Fraud

Fraud (Total Items 11, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A letter to a new Member of the Honourable House of Commons;
L., W.,, A letter to a new Member of the Honourable House of Commons; Amsterdam: printed in the year 1710, First edition.
ID No: 14735
625.00
A short and true narrative of a swindling scheme which was the ruin of an industrious family,
CHARD, Thomas,, A short and true narrative of a swindling scheme which was the ruin of an industrious family, London printed for the author, by J. Johnson, Star Printing-Office, Whitechapel Road. 1794, First and only edition.
ID No: 28356
1750.00
A short state of the case of John Burton, late Commissioner for Licensing Hawkers, Pedlars, &c.
BURTON, John, A short state of the case of John Burton, late Commissioner for Licensing Hawkers, Pedlars, &c. [London, 1726?], Only edition.
ID No: 28346
275.00
A short view of the frauds, abuses, and impositions of Parish officers,
SHORT VIEW,, A short view of the frauds, abuses, and impositions of Parish officers, London, J. Stagg. 1744, First edition.
ID No: 26333
325.00
Facts, failures, and frauds.
EVANS, David, Morier, Facts, failures, and frauds. London, Groombridge & Sons, 1859, First edition.
ID No: 28395
150.00
Reasons humbly offer'd by the Societies of the Mines-Royal, &c.
REASONS HUMBLY OFFERD,, Reasons humbly offer'd by the Societies of the Mines-Royal, &c. [London, 1720?]
ID No: 28614
1250.00
Reply to Captain Brown's letter, in another letter to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh.
RITCHIE, William,, Reply to Captain Brown's letter, in another letter to the Lord Provost of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: John Robertson. 1820, First edition.
ID No: 25853
250.00
Report to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury,
BRENT, Humphry, Report to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, n.p., n.d. [London*? 1722?], First edition.
ID No: 23006
350.00