Monarchy

Monarchy (Total Items 6, Showing: 1 -> 6)

A letter to Earl Grey, on his renunciation of the English monarchy.
PERCEVAL, Arthur Phillip,, A letter to Earl Grey, on his renunciation of the English monarchy. London: J.G. & F. Rivington. 1832, First edition.
ID No: 26430
£50.00
A perswassion to loyalty, or the subjects dutie:
OWEN,, David,, A perswassion to loyalty, or the subjects dutie: London, printed. 1642
ID No: 24357
£175.00
An essay on
SWANSTON, Clement Tudway,, An essay on "the conditions which must exist among a people to admit of the successful working of constitutional monarchy". n.p. [Cambridge: Metcalfe & Palmer, printers. 1853?], First edition.
ID No: 18037
£50.00
By the King, a Proclamation, declaring His Majesties pleasure for continuing the officers in His Majesties Plantations,
GEORGE I: PROCLAMATION,, By the King, a Proclamation, declaring His Majesties pleasure for continuing the officers in His Majesties Plantations, London, printed by John Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd. 1714, Only edition: probably very rare (ESTC finds copies only at BL + House of Lords + Kent Archives Office + National Archives. Not in Sabin or Kress).
ID No: 26231
£1250.00
De la Charte selon la monarchie, et du droit d'intervention considéré dans ses rapports avec la sûreté générale des nations.
PRÉAULX, Joseph Marthe René Gilbert, Marquis de,, De la Charte selon la monarchie, et du droit d'intervention considéré dans ses rapports avec la sûreté générale des nations. Paris, chez C.J. Trouvé, 1823, First edition. Apparently rare in Anglo-American libraries: OCLC locating only a Yale copy in US together with a copy at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Germany).
ID No: 18058
£100.00
The history and proceedings of the Lords and Commons of Great-Britain, in Parliament, with regard to the Regency:
GREAT BRITAIN: PARLIAMENT,, The history and proceedings of the Lords and Commons of Great-Britain, in Parliament, with regard to the Regency: London: John Stockdale. 1789
ID No: 25069
£650.00