Revolution

Revolution (Total Items 28, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A discourse on the real principles of the Revolution, the Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, &c.
PALMER, William Jocelyn,, A discourse on the real principles of the Revolution, the Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, &c. Buckingham, printed by J. Seeley. Sold by Hatchard, London. [1809], First edition.
ID No: 25517
275.00
A few plain questions to the working people of Scotland.
FRIEND OF ORDER,, A few plain questions to the working people of Scotland. n.p. [Edinburgh?] 1793
ID No: 25386
175.00
A short account of the late revolution in Geneva;
IVERNOIS, Francis d, A short account of the late revolution in Geneva; London: printed by T. Spilsbury and Son, for P. Elmsley and J. Debrett. 1795, First edition.
ID No: 21689
100.00
A true and minute account of the destruction of the Bastile;
CALET, Jean Jacques, A true and minute account of the destruction of the Bastile; London: printed by W. Browne and J. Warren, 12 Poppins Court, and sold for the author, by C. Stalker ... [ and] J. Walter. 1789, First edition ("French title not traced" according to ESTC).
ID No: 27054
175.00
A year of revolution.
PHIPPS, Constantine Henry, First, Marquis of NORMANBY, A year of revolution. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts. 1857, First edition.
ID No: 16412
125.00
Advice to the privileged orders in the several states of Europe,
BARLOW, Joel, Advice to the privileged orders in the several states of Europe, London: J. Johnson. 1792
ID No: 24218
150.00
An essay upon the British Constitution:
PALEY, William,, An essay upon the British Constitution: London: R. Faulder. 1792, First edition thus (i.e. 1st separate edition).
ID No: 24138
175.00
Considerations upon the intended navigable communication between the Friths of Forth and Clyde.
FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL,, Considerations upon the intended navigable communication between the Friths of Forth and Clyde. n.p. [Edinburgh], n.d. but dated April 11. 1767, First edition.
ID No: 25243
175.00