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(William) The Responsibility of the temperate members of Society for the

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(James) Plan for the Melioration and Civilization of the British North Ame

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Buckingham (Duke of) A short Character of Charles II.; with the Conference between the Duke and Father Fitzgerald. (Nasm. Coll . vol. 15.) 8° Lond. 1729.

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Buckinghamshire (Lord)—see Grattan.

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An Inquiry whether the sentence of Death, pronounced at the Fall of Man,

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Remarks on Dr. Buckland's View of the Mosaic Creation, as the last fitting up

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Budget (The) A series of Letters on Financial, Commercial, and Colonial Policy.

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Grounds and Objects of the Budget, reprinted from No. 148 of the Edinburgh

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Buryino in Churches. Considerations on the indecent and dangerous custom of

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