Emphysema, Pulmonary -- England -- London. : The Natural history of chronic bronchitis and emphysema : an eight-year study of early chronic obstructive lung disease in working men in London / Charles Fletcher ... [and others].
Employees -- Dismissal of -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Gill, mayor. A common council holden in the chamber of the Guildhall of the city of London, on thursday 18th December, 1788. Resolved that one fourth part of the members of the committee for general purposes, Thames navigation, and control over the coal and corn meters shall be removed at the end of the year; one other fourth part at the end of two years; one other fourth part at the end of three years; and the remainder at the end of four years; to be determined by Ballot, in the committee for general purposes, within the first year of their appointment; and to be determined in the committee for Thames navigation, and control over the coal and corn meters, by the removal in the first instance of those members who have been for the greatest length of time on the committee; but in case of an equal length of time of several members, then to be determined between those members by ballot in the committee; and that no person to be afterwards appointed upon any committee, shall continue a member longer than four years.
Employment agencies -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The Office of Adresses and Encounters: where all people of each rancke and quality may receive direction and advice for the most cheap and speedy way of attaining whatsoever they can lawfully desire. Or, the only course for poor people to get speedy employment, and to keep others from approaching poverty, for want of emploiment. To the multiplying of trade, the advancement of navigation, and establishing this famous city of London in a more plentifull and flourishing condition than ever, as is earnestly desired, and shall be diligently endeavoured by a wel-willer of hers Henry Robinson.
Enamel and enameling -- England -- Exhibitions. : The Rita & Frits Markus Collection of European ceramics & enamels / Vivian S. Hawes, Christina S. Corsiglia, and members of the staff of the Department of European Decorative Arts and Sculpture ; [photographs by Lynn Diane De Marco].
Encumbrances (Law) -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The Office of Generall Remembrance. of Matters of ·Record , created by his Maiesties letters pattents for ease of his subiects in their searches, and auoyding the inconueniences heretofore incident for want of meanes speedily to finde out all incumbrances vpon record, &c. is kept in Cursitors Court, right ouer against Lincolnes Inne in Chauncery Lane : The briefe of the letters pattents, followeth in the next leafe, &c.
Endemic goiter -- England -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to Dr. Baker's essay : concerning the cause of the endemial colic of Devonshire, wherein the cyder of that county is exculpated from the accusation brought against it by that gentleman.
Endowments -- England -- Feckenham -- Early works to 1800. : The wise steward : Being a sermon preached the Thursday in Whitson-week, 1696. In the parish church of Feckenham, in the county of Worcester; before the trustees, at the opening of a free-school, and publick charity, there founded and liberally endowed by the honourable Sir Thomas Cookes, Baronet. By Richard Croft, A.M. Vicar of Stratford upon Avon in the county of Warwick.
Engineering -- England -- History. : Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson, Limited, builders and repairers of ships, engines and floating docks, Wallsend-on-Tyne : an historical retrospect with descriptive matter / by Herbert E. Taylor.
England and Wales. -- England -- Early works to 1800. : To the right honorable the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The humble petition of Iohn Elliot, of the county of Pembrook Esquire, with sundry observations by the registers to the commitee of Parliament, for the army, thereupon..