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1 The ways of our railways / by Charles H. Grinling. Grinling, Charles H. (Charles Herbert), b. 1870.
1905  
2 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
3 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
4 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
5 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
6 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
7 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
8 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
9 A history of British birds / by the Rev. F. O. Morris. Morris, F. O. (Francis Orpen), 1810-1893.
1862  
10 Considerations on the present situation of Great Britain and the United States of Americawith a view to their future commercial connexions. Containing remarks upon the pamphlet published by Lord Sheffield, entitled "Observations on the commerce of the American states; " and also on the act of navigation ... Champion, Richard, 1743-1791.
1784  
11 A complete digest of the theory, laws, and practice of insurance : compiled from the best authorities in different languages, which are quoted and referred to throughout the Work ; and arranged in alphabetical order, Under many select heads, with ample references, and a general index ; affording immediate and full Information, on every distinct Matter, Question, or Point. Containing I. The principles, doctrines, and usages, touching all matters of Insurance. II. All the cases of Insurance that have been adjudged in our Courts of Law and Equity, collected from the numerous Reports, and other law books extant, down to the present time ; -with several others which have never before been printed: -and some material Cases adjudged in foreign Courts. III. Extracts from all the statutes relating to Insurance, and matters immediately connected therewith. IV. The most useful Articles of all the foreign ordinances and regulations upon this subject. V. Extracts from treaties of commerce, &c. with regard to Freedom of Navigation, Contraband, Neutral Ships and Property, War, &c. VI. The respective Rights and Duties of insurers, insureds, brokers, agents, owners, freighters, masters of Ships, &c. as relative to matters of Insurance. Vii. The Nature, Object, and select Forms of policies of Insurance, Bottomry and Respondentia bonds ; -the true construction and operation of their several Terms and Clauses ; with Cautions and Remarks concerning written clauses. Viii. Rules interspersed throughout, for guarding against, and detecting fraud and imposition. IX. The curious Question discussed, with regard to the advantage, disadvantage, and legality, of insuring the Ships and Property of enemies ; with new and interesting Observations thereon. X. Accounts of the several companies & societies in England, for Insurance ; their Plans, Terms, &c. with critical and useful Remarks: -Also of the chambers of assurance abroad ; their Regulations, Authority, and summary Modes of Decision. XI. Concerning the maritime and other courts ; -the maritime laws ; -the law of nations ; -the laws of England ; -The lex mercatoria: -also Trials, Verdicts, and Arbitrations ; with regard to Insurance. XII. Various new matters, Rules, Cases, Methods, and Remarks, not in any other Book. With a preliminary discourse ; Wherein are delineated the very great disorders which prevail in Affairs of Insurance ; their principal causes explained ; and methods proposed for better regulation and prevention / by John Weskett, Merchant. Weskett, John.
1781  
12 The life of Edward Earl of Clarendon : Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Containing, I. An Account of the Chancellor's Life from his Birth to the Restoration in 1660. II. A Continuation of the same, and of his History of the Grand Rebellion, from the Restoration to his Banishment in 1667. Written by himself. Printed from his original manuscripts, given to the University of Oxford by the Heirs of the late Earl of Clarendon. In three volumes. Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674.
1759  
13 The life of Edward Earl of Clarendon : Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Containing, I. An Account of the Chancellor's Life from his Birth to the Restoration in 1660. II. A Continuation of the same, and of his History of the Grand Rebellion, from the Restoration to his Banishment in 1667. Written by himself. Printed from his original manuscripts, given to the University of Oxford by the Heirs of the late Earl of Clarendon. In three volumes. Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1609-1674.
1759  
14 The history of the English stage : Including the lives, characters and amours of the most eminent actors and actresses : with instructions for public speaking : wherein the action and utterance of the bar, stage and pulpit are distinctly considered / by Thomas Betterton ; revised, with additional notes, by Charles L. Coles. Oldys, William, 1696-1761, attributed name.
1814  
15 Darwin and modern science : essays in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin and of the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of the Origin of species / edited, for the Cambridge Philosophical Society and the Syndics of the University Press, by A.C. Seward. 1910  
16 The constitution of England, or, An account of the English government : in which it is compared, both with the Republican form of government, and the other monarchies in Europe / By J.L. de Lolme, advocate, member of the Council of Two Hundred in the Republic of Geneva. Lolme, Jean Louis de, 1740-1806.
1792  
17 Adam & George: 1776 and 1984 Wriston, Walter B.
2007  
18 The lives of those eminent antiquaries Elias Ashmole, Esquire, and Mr. William Lilly, written by themselves ; containing, first, William Lilly's History of his life and times, with notes, by Mr. Ashmole: secondly, Lilly's life and death of Charles the first: and lastly, The life of Elias Ashmole, Esquire. By way of diary. With several occasional letters, by Charles Burman, Esquire. Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692.
1774  
19 Representing Disease: How Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS acquired a political identity. Francese, Lucia.
2018  
20 Practicing Solidarity. Breza, Parker J.
2018  
21 George IV equestrian statue in Trafalgar Square, London Murrow, Janet Brewster
1947
  • George IV equestrian statue in Trafalgar Square, London
22 Prospects for Peace in Sudan: Briefing De Waal, Alexander
2002  
23 George IV equestrian statue and Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square, London Murrow, Janet Brewster
1947
  • George IV equestrian statue and Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square, London
24 George IV equestrian statue and Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square, London Murrow, Janet Brewster
1947
  • George IV equestrian statue and Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square, London
25 Prospects for Peace in Sudan: Briefing De Waal, Alexander
2004