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Great Britain and the Polish insurrection of 1863 by Harley, J. H. (John Hunter), 1865-1947
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
What the British think of us; : a study of British hostility to America and Americans and its motivation, with recommendations for improving Anglo-American relations by Bernays, Doris Fleischman, 1892-1980
DDC/LCC
  25 2 ???? ????
A letter to the inhabitants of Hull : comprehending strictures on the Rights of man, candid considerations on the English Constitution, with a hint for anticipating shelter from an impending storm : the whole calculated to quiet the minds of such as are disturbed by the inflammatory effusions of popular enthusiasm : insure the safety of life and property with the continuance of uninterrupted tranquility and peace by Moderate independent
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
A conspiracy of war by Kitson, Arthur, 1860-1937
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Annual report by Franco-British Council
DDC
  9 5 ???? ????
Fairplay for Germany by Collinson, E
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
The Washington cabinet and the American secretaryship of state by Chester, Joseph Lemuel, 1821-1882
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
To the working men and true democracy of the union
LCC
  4 1 ???? ????
The truth about Germany by Hutchison, Graham Seton, 1890-1946
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
The Spanish Civil War and the British literary right by Smith, Rowland, 1938-
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
A mirror of nazism; British opinion and the emergence of Hitler, 1929-1933. With an introd. by Bernard Crick by Granzow, Brigitte
LCC
  1 1 ???? ????
Russian cruelty: being the substance of several letters from sundry clergymen in the New-marck of Brandenburgh by Whitefield, George, 1714-1770
LCC
  203 18 1760 1760
The Dutch displayed, or, A succinct account of the barbarities, rapines, and injustices, committed by the subjects of Holland upon those of England, since the commencement of the Dutch Republic to the present times : with a plate, exhibiting a view of the torments inflicted on the English at Amboyna
DDC/LCC
  228 5 1766 1766
The simpler cobler of Clerkenwell : willing to help mend his native country, (lamentably tattered both in the upper leather and sole) with all the honest stitches he can take. It is his trade to patch all the year long, gratis .
LCC
  1 1 1776 1776
A sermon preached at Oxendon Chapel, on Friday, December 13, 1776, : appointed for a general fast, on account of the rebellion in America by Grant, James
LCC
  1 1 1776 1776
The Simple cobler of Clerkenwell, willing to help to mend his native country, (lamentably tattered both in the upper leather and sole), with all the honest stitches he can take .
LCC
  10 1 1776 1776
The Bible and the sword by Fletcher, John, 1729-1785
DDC
  1 1 1776 1776
The simple cobler [sic] of Clerkerwell : willing to help to mend his native country, (lamentably tattered both in the upper leather and sole), with all the honest stitches he can take
LCC
  79 3 1776 1776
Shall I go to war with my Americah bretheren? : A discourse addressed to all concerned in determining that important question. First published at London, in 1769. To which are now added, a preface and appendix by Erskine, John, 1721-1803
LCC
  94 8 1769 1776
A sermon, preached at St. Paul's, New York, September 22, 1776 : Being the first Sunday after the English churches opened, on General Howe's taking possession of the town, and in the day subsequent to the attempt to destroy New York by fire by O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, 1748?-1823
LCC
  374 22 1776 1776
Considerations addressed to all persons of Property in Great Britain : concerning the present disposition of the Americans toward this country
DDC/LCC
  138 6 1777 1777
A paraphrase on a passage in a sermon preached by the Most Reverend Dr. Markham, Archbishop of York, before the Society for Propagating the Gospel, on the 21st of February, 1777 : when it was expected by the persons who had advised the American war that the revolted colonies in America would soon be intirely [sic] subdued and reduced to the obedience of the British Parliament by Markham, William, 1719-1807
DDC/LCC
  81 5 1777 1777
The parliamentary register : or, history of the proceedings and debates of the House of Commons, [House of Lords] containing an account of the most interesting Speeches and Motions ; accurate copies of the most remarkable Letters and Papers ; of the most material Evidence, Petitions, etc. laid before, and offered to the House during the First[-Sixth] session of the fourteenth Parliament of Great Britain by Great Britain. Parliament
DDC/LCC
  198 13 1775 1778
A sketch of a farce, that may be acted during the Parliamentary recess by His Majesty's Servants by SKETCH
DDC/LCC
  196 14 1779 1779
The parliamentary register, or, History of the proceedings and debates of the House of Commons : containing an account of the most interesting speeches and motions, accurate copies of the most remarkable letters and papers, of the most material evidence, petitions, etc. . by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
DDC
  1 1 1779 1779
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