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BILL.-see Castlereagh.
REGISTERs. Considerations on the Bill for obliging all Parishes in this Kingdom to
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REGISTRATION. Substitute for official general Registration of Deeds and Transactions
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REID (D.) Outlines of the Alterations in the House of Commons, in reference to the
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Evils of the State of Ireland; their Causes, and their Remedy, a Poor Law.
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Ricardo (David) The High Price of Bullion, a proof of the Depreciation of Bank
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Roman CATHoLic Petition, agreed to at a General Meeting in Ireland, Feb. 24, 1807;

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