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Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
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An abstract of the draught of a bill for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London] : Printed for the author, [1717?]
1717?
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An abstract of the draught of a bill for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor; pursuant to a new discourse upon this subject. And in this newly propos'd scheme, for employing the now chargeable and unprofitable proof Britains, they probably may (after some few years) get six millions sterling per annum more (in local and universal wealth) than the like number of such men, women and children (as to age and infermity's) now get, in any part of Europe. To which is prefix'd, a brief account
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London] : Printed for the author, 1718
1718
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An abstract of the draught of a bill for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor the united wisdom of our noble and honourable senators ... first, comfortably to maintain all those whose infancy, age, or infirmities render them incapable of labour ... secondly, to reform the profligate poor, thirdly, in the most beneficial manner (for Great Britain's common good) to employ all the capable poor ... lastly, to reduce our payments to the poor ... : hereunto is prefix'd a brief account of what
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London?] : Printed for the author, [1717?]
1717?
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Bishop Burnet's late History charg'd with great partiality and misrepresentation, to make the present, and future ages believe, that Arthur Earl of Essex, in 1683, murdered himself. ... With observations upon the suppos'd poysoning of King Charles the Second; ... Written b Mr. Braddon
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for Joseph Pickles, 1725
1725
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Bishop Burnet's late History charg'd with great partiality and misrepresentations to make the present, and future ages believe, that Arthur Earl of Essex, in 1683, murdered himself. ... With observations upon the suppos'd poysoning of King Charles the Second; ... Written by Mr. Braddon.
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for Tho. Warner, [1725?]
1725?
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Considerations touchant le soulagement, la reforme, & l'employ de tous les pauvres de la Grande Bretagne.
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
Londres : imprimé pour l'auteur, 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Considerations touchant le soulagement, la reforme, & l'employ de tous les pauvres de la Grande Bretagne mais que l'on propose de ne commencer a mettre en pratique que pour les pauvres qui habitent dans les villes & fauxbourgs de Londres & Westminster, qu'on appelle les Bills of mortality.
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
Londres : Imprimé pour l'auteur, 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A corporation humbly propos'd, for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor Herein there will be more private gain to the subscribers, and more publick good to Great Britain, than by all unparliamentary subscriptions already taken. In a letter to a justice of peace of Middlesex.
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for Tho. Warner, 1720
1720
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An enquirie into and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person from the guilt and infamy of having destroy'd himself
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[London : s.n.], 1684
1684
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An enquirie into and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person from the guilt and infamy of having destroyed himself
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[London?] printed : [s.n.], MDCLXXXIX [1689]
1689
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Ondersoek en ontdekking van de grouwzame moord begaan tegens den gewesen Grave van Essex, ofte, Een bevryding van die edele heer van de schuld en schandvlek van zig zelft te hebben omgebragt
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[S.l. : s.n.], 1684
1684
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An enquiry into and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person from the guilt and infamy of having destroy'd himself
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[London? : s.n.], 1684
1684
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An enquiry into, and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person, from the guilt and infamy of having destroyed himself
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[London : s.n.], 1689
1689
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An enquiry into and detection of the barbarous murther of the late Earl of Essex, or, A vindication of that noble person from the guilt and infamy of having destroyed himself
Ferguson, Robert, d. 1714
[London?] printed : [s.n.], MDCLXXXIX [1689]
1689
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Essex's innocency and honour vindicated, or, Murther, subornation, perjury, and oppression justly charg'd on the murtherers of that noble lord and true patriot, Arthur (late) Earl of Essex ... in a letter to a friend
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for the author ..., 1690
1690
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The form of a petition submitted to the consideration and correction of those noblemen and gentlemen who desire to subscribe what sums shall be necessary for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor but first to begin only with the poor of those three parishes of St. Martins in the Fields, St. James's, and St. Anne's Westminster : and if what shall be then done ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for T. Warner ..., 1722
1722
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An humble proposal for relieving, reforming and employing the poor. And herein by vertue of one new general law, instead of near forty statates, relating to the presmises. We may comfortably maintain all th' impotent poor, judiciously employ all the capable poor, probably reform the profligate poor; and gradually sink, and in time, totally discharge all our poor-rates, - And we may further receive, from that new-law, all other political benefits, which populousness, arts, and industry, can possi
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for Tho. Warner, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1720
1720
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An humble proposal for relieving, reforming, and employing the poor and herein by vertue of one new general law, instead of near forty statutes relating to the premises, we may comfortably maintain all th' impotent poor, judiciously employ all the capable poor, probably reform the profligate poor, and graciously sink, and in time totally discharge all our poor-rates ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for Tho. Warner ..., 1720
1720
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Innocency and truth vindicated an account of what hath been, or is ready to be deposed to prove the most treacherous and cruel murder of the Right Honourable Arthur, late Earl of Essex : with reflections upon the evidence, and the most material objections against this murder discuss'd and answered, in a conference between three gentlement concerning the present inquiry into the death of that noble Lord and true patriot
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London? : s.n.], 1689
1689
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To pay old-debts without new-taxes by charitably-relieving, politically-reforming, and judiciously employing the poor, under one new general law, we may justly and gradually discharge all our national debts, ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for Tho. Warner, 1723
1723
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To pay old-debts without new-taxes, by charitably-relieving, politically-reforming, and judiciously employing the poor under one new general law, we may justly and gradually discharge all our national debts within twenty years ... : and, in a postscript, the proposed qualifications of the desired corporation for relieving and employing the poor are abstracted ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for Tho. Warner ..., 1723
1723
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The miseries of the poor are a national sin, shame, and charge: but by making them happy, we shall pay old debts without new taxes. In passing one effectual law concerning the poor: by Whom (when reformed and judiciously employ'd) we may justly pay off (within twenty years) all our national debts. And from the then numbers, arts, industry, sabriety, courage, discipline and loyalty of the poor (When under the regular management of one loyal corporation, for ail Great-Britain) we shall farther rec
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London] : Printed for T. Warner, In the year M.DCC.XVIII. [1718]
1718
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The miseries of the poor are a national sin, shame, and charge but by making them happy, we shall remove that guilt, raise the glory, and double the wealth and strength of Great Britain ; and pay old debts without new taxes. ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for T. Warner, 1717
1717
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The miseries of the poor are a national sin, shame, and charge but by making them happy, we shall remove that guilt, raise the glory, and double the wealth and strength of Great Britain, and pay old debts without new taxes ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for T. Warner ..., 1717
1717
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Murther will out
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London? : s.n., 1692?]
1692?
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Particular answers to the most material objections made to the proposal humbly presented to His Majesty, for relieving, reforming, and employing all the poor of Great Britain
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London] : Printed in the year, 1722
1722
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Particular answers to the most material objections made to the proposal humbly presented to His Majesty for relieving, reforming, and employing all the poor of Great Britain
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
[London? : s.n.], 1722
1722
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A proposal for relieving, reforming, and employing all the poor of Great Britain by vertue of one desired general law, relating to the poor, instead of thirty statutes, now in force, concerning the premises : and hereby all these poor who thro' infancy, age, or infirmities are incapable of labour, will be comfortably maintain'd ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : [s.n.], 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A proposal for relieving, reforming and employing all the poor of Great Britain by vertue of one desired general law, relating to the poor, instead of thirty statutes, now in force, concerning the premises. ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed in the year, 1721
1721
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A proposal for relieving, reforming, and employing all the poor of Great Britain by vertue of one desired general law, relating to the poor, instead of thirty statutes, now in force, concerning the premises : and hereby all these poor who thro' infancy, age, or infirmities are incapable of labour, will be comfortably maintain'd ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : [s.n.], 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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A proposal for relieving, reforming, and employing all the poor of Great Britain by vertue of one desired general law, relating to the poor, instead of thirty statutes, now in force, concerning the premises : and hereby all these poor who thro' infancy, age, or infirmities are incapable of labour, will be comfortably maintain'd ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : [s.n.], 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Plan pour assister, corriger, & emploier tous les pauvres de la Grande Bretagne Par le moien d'une loi générale que l'on propose de subsistuer à trente autres qui sont actuellemont en force. Par Ce nouvel arrangement on pourvoit à l'entretien de rous les pauvres qui sont hors d'état de travailler; on fournit de l'Ouvrage à tous ceux qui peuvent le faire; on emploie ces derniers aux choses où ils sont les plus propres; on fait concourir au bien public de l'etat le bien particulier qu'on leur fair
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
Londres : L'an de grace, 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The regular-government and judicious-employment of the poor, the most probable means of raising and securing publick-credit because the rich will be thereby made, both able and willing, to give credit to the publick ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for and sold by Tho. Warner ... and Joseph Fox ..., 1721
1721
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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The regular-government, and judicious-employment of the poor, the most probable means of raising and securing publick-credit, because the rich will be thereby made, both able, and willing, to give credit to the publick. In the second part will be humbly propos'd, a Parliamentary-fund, for ten millions, sterling, or more, in Exchequer-bisis, and without land-tax, or new imposition. And one hundred pounds therein, shall become more valuable, than so much in gold or silver; and, at pleasure, conver
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : printed for, and sold by Tho. Warner, in Pater-Noster-Row, and Joseph Fox, in Westminster-Hall, 1721
1721
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The tryal of Laurence Braddon and Hugh Speke, gent., upon an information of high-misdemeanor, subornation, and spreading false reports endeavouring thereby to raise a belief in His Majesties subjects that the late Earl of Essex did not murther himself in the Tower ...
Braddon, Laurence, d. 1724
London : Printed for Benjamin Tooke, 1684
1684
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