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6. Sibley's Harvard graduates

7. Dictionary of Canadian biography

10. The London gazette

14. Journal of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : reformatted from the original and including, Journal of the House of Representatives at a great and general court or assembly of His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England ...

20. The London gazette

40. La Gazette de France

42. English documents collection

50. French documents collection

51. Virginia Company Archives

66. The country justice : containing the practice of the justices of the peace, as well in, as out of the sessions. Gathered for the better help of such justices of peace, ... By Michael Dalton ... To which is now added, an abridgment (under proper titles) of all statutes relating thereunto, ... A large table of the principal matters herein contain'd; with two other tables, ...

72. The history of the most remarkable tryals in Great Britain and Ireland, in capital cases : viz. heresy, treason, felony, incest, poisoning, adultery, rapes, sodomy, witchcraft, pyracy, murder, robbery, &c. : both by the unusual methods of ordeal, combat, and attainder, and by the ecclesiastical, civil and common laws of these realms : faithfully extracted from records, and other authentick authorities, as well manuscript as printed

84. An evening thought

92. The present state of Great-Britain and Ireland : In three parts. ... Containing an accurate and impartial account of these great and famous islands: ... With the lists of the present officers in Church and state, ... Also the present state of His Majesty's dominions in Germany. ...

97. Observations on His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Monday the 21st of March, 1714 : And on the humble addresses of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons of Great Britain, in Parliament assembled, presented to His Majesty thereon. In a letter

100. Cursus cancellariæ: or, The course of proceedings in the High Court of Chancery : Wherein the authority, jurisdiction and modern practice of that court, are methodically and distinctly treated of, from the bill filed, and process thereupon, to the final sentence and decree. As also of reve[r]sing decrees, by bills of review, and appeals to the House of Lords: and the method of proceedings in the Petty-Bag-Office, &c. With variety of useful precedents throughout. And a compleat table to the whole. Published by William Bohun of the Middle-Temple, Esq;.