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The water horse : legend of the deep by Russell, Jay, 1960-
DDC/LCC
  2056 60 2007 2011
Bellewether by Kearsley, Susanna, 1966-
DDC/LCC
  1588 24 2018 2019
The humble petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-Councell assembled : to the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in High Court of Parliament. Whereunto is annexed, two petitions, the one entituled, the humble petition of divers well-affected citizens of the city of London. The other entituled, the humble petition of divers young-men, citizens, and other apprentices of this honourable city by City of London (England). Court of Common Council
LCC
  1097 83 1646 1648
Quarters : the accommodation of the British Army and the coming of the American Revolution by McCurdy, John Gilbert, 1972-
DDC/LCC
  1066 8 2019 2019
The right to bear arms by Woods, Geraldine
DDC/LCC
  701 6 1986 2005
The Duchess of Duke Street : Series 2
DDC/LCC
  576 31 1977 2008
The secret history and memoirs of the barracks of Ireland by Brooke, Henry 1703-1783
LCC
  528 32 1747 1747
An act of Parliament, passed in the fourteenth year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Third, 1774 by Great Britain
DDC/LCC
  431 28 1774 1774
Proposalls of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Generall Councell of the Armie, held at Windsore, Decemb. 23. 1647 : Upon the late resolutions in Parliament, for bringing in the six moneths arreares of assessements by the 15. of January next, and for the taking off free quarter, and disbanding. Also some particular exceptions against the billetting of souldiers onely in innes, tavernes and ale-houses, with their desires thereupon. Presented to both Houses of Parliament, by Colonell Sir Hardresse Waller, Friday Decemb. 24. 1647. With a letter from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, to the honourable William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons. By the appointment of his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Generall Councell of the Army. Jo. Rushworth, Secretary by England and Wales. Army. Council
LCC
  384 19 1647 1647
By the King : a proclamation for the restraint of the disorderly repaire of mariners and souldiers, vnto the kings court, or citie of London by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
LCC
  372 14 1626 1626
Le silence de la mer = : The silence of the sea
DDC/LCC
  316 7 1949 2015
A proclamation anent officers and souldiers paying their quarters by Scotland. Privy Council
LCC
  298 14 1685 1685
Le silence de la mer by Melville, Jean-Pierre, 1917-1973
DDC/LCC
  287 73 1947 2015
To the supreme authority, the Commons of England assembled in Parliament : the humble petition of divers well-affected of the county of Leicester, in behalf of themselves and the nation . by England and Wales.
LCC
  286 16 1648 1974
The Scots army advanced into England : certified in a letter dated from Addarston, the 24 of January, from his excellencies the Lord Generall Lesley's quarters : with the summoning of the county of Northumberland, expressed in a letter by the commissioners and committees of both kingdomes to Sir Thomas Glenham Governor of Newcastle : and to the colonells, officers and gentlemen of the forenamed county : with Sir Tho. Glemhams answer thereunto : together with a declaration of the committees for billeting of souldiers in those parts : as also, the articles and ordinances for the governing their army by Scotland.
LCC
  274 15 1644 1644
By the King, a declaration : whereas we have been informed that divers abuses have been committed in the quartering of officers and soldiers contrary to our declaration bearing date the twenty fifth day of August, in the first year of our reign ... no officer or soldier whatsoever shall be lodged in any private house, without the free and voluntary consent of the owner by England and Wales. Sovereign (1685-1688 : James II)
LCC
  261 8 1688 1688
To the inhabitants of this city : Whereas some unhappy differences have lately happened between the inhabitants and the soldiers . by New York (N.Y.). Mayor
DDC/LCC
  259 9 1770 1770
Committee chamber, New-York, April 29, 1775 : Extract of the proceedings of the General Committee of Observation by Committee of Observation (New York, N.Y.)
DDC/LCC
  254 10 1775 1775
By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq ; ... A proclamation : Whereas in an by and act of this government, intituled, An act providing for the reception and accommodation of his majesty's forces within this province ... given at Boston, the fifth day of December 1758 . by Massachusetts. Governor (1757-1760 : Pownall)
DDC/LCC
  250 9 1758 1758
The publican's lawyer : being a plain and easy explanation of all the laws now in force concerning innkeepers, victuallers, and publicans of every class : including the laws relating to the licensing of publicans ... : the acts of Parliament relating to the billeting of soldiers ... : the laws concerning gaming &c., down to 1797 by Davenport, Henry
DDC/LCC
  237 11 1795 1797
Die Jovis, 6 Januarii. 1647. Additionall directions of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : for the billetting of the army, when they are upon a march, or setled in their quarters by England and Wales. Parliament
DDC/LCC
  223 23 1647 1648
The reqvests of the gentlemen of the grandjury of this county of Oxford : Set under the hand of sixe of them, and presented to the commissioners, were read, and considered of: and thereupon the lords, and others the Kings commissioners have thought fit and ordered as followeth
LCC
  221 11 1642 1642
To the right honourable the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled
LCC
  220 11 1642 1648
<> by Buono, Alessandro
DDC/LCC
  219 9 2009 2009
Defense outsourcing : impact on Navy sea-shore rotations : report to the congressional requestors by United States. General Accounting Office
LCC
  214 2 1998 1998
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