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Damages -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800
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A confirmation of the losses sustained by Colonel John Michelburne, late Governor of Londonderry Together with his fair deportment. When his regiment quarter'd in that country
Michelborne, John, 1647-1721
[London? : s.n., 1704?]
1704?
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Memorial for John Montgomery merchant in Newry, and Arthur and Thomas Atkinsons, executors of the deceased Thomas Atkinson merchant in Newery in Ireland, and William Sutherland writer in Edinburgh, their factor, chargers, against Captain Colin Campbell, commander of the Prince of Wales revenue sloop, suspender
Montgomery, John, merchant in Newry
[Edinburgh : s.n., 1765]
1765
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Proposals for erecting an office of insurance from loss or damage by fire in the city of Canterbury
Canterbury (England)
Canterbury : Printed by J. Abree in St. Alargares's, 1738
1738
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An Act for the more effectual preventing frivolous and vexatious arrests, and for the more easy recovery of debts and damages in the Courts of Great Sessions in the principality of Wales, and in the Court of Assize in the county palatine of Chester, and for the obviating a doubt which has arisen upon an Act made in the fourth year of His present Majesty's reign, intituled, An Act, that all proceedings in courts of justice, within that part of Great Britain called England, and in the Court of Exc
Great Britain
[London : printed by John Baskett, 1733]
1733
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