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OBSERVATIONS on the doctrine laid published : together with a comprehen
down by Sir William Blackstone, respecting the extent of the power of the British Parliament, particularly with relation to Ireland. In a letter to Sir William Blackstone; with a postscript addressed to Lord North upon the affairs of that country. [Attributed to Charles SHERIDAN.]
London: 1779. Octavo. [Cat. Lond. Inst., ii. 191.]
OBSERVATIONS on the Douglas cause, in general ; but chiefly with a view to the characters of the parties principally concerned on the part of the defendant. In a letter to a noble Lord from a gentleman in Scotland. [By Francis DOUGLAS.] London: 1768. Octavo. [AV. and Q., 21 Sep. 1861, p. 222. A/on. Æev., xxxix. 3.18.]
OBSERVATIONS on the Duke of Richmond's extensive plans of fortification, and the new works he has been carrying on since these were set aside by the House of Commons in 1786. Including the Short essay, which chiefly occasioned the famous debate and division in the House of Commons, on his Grace's projected works for Portsmouth and Plymouth, that was determined by the casting vote of Mr Speaker Cornwall. By the author of the Short essay. [James GLENIE.] London: 1805. Octavo. [Mon. Rev., l. 203; xiv. 197.]
Earlier edition, 1794.
OBSERVATIONS on the duties and offices of a physician; and on the method of prosecuting enquiries in philosophy. [By John GREGORY, M.D.]
London: 1770. Octavo. [Watt, Biö. Brit.] OBSERVATIONS on the duty on seaborne coal; and on the peculiar duties and charges on coal, in the port of London. Founded on the reports of parliamentary committees and other official documents. [By J. R. M'CULLOCH.]
London: 1831. Octavo. Pp. 23.”
OBSERVATIONS on the emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the several addresses delivered by him, on his arrival at New York. With additions; containing many curious and interesting facts on the subject, not known when the former editions were
sive story of a farmer's bull. By Peter Porcupine. [William CoBBETT.] The fourth edition.
Printed at Philadelphia. London : reprinted, 1798. Octavo. Pp. vii. 73.”
OBSERVATIONS on the fifth article of the treaty of union, humbly offered to the consideration of the parliament, relating to foreign ships. [By Daniel DEFOE.] N. P. N. D. Quarto. Pp. 4.” No separate title-page.
OBSERVATIONS on the fifth article of the treaty with America: and on the necessity of appointing a judicial enquiry into the merits and losses of the American loyalists. Printed by order of their agents. To which is added, An appendix, stating some important facts relative to the conduct of Congress, &c. [Chiefly by Joseph GALLOway. London : MDCCLXXXIII. Octavo. Pp. 45.” [Bodl.]
OBSERVATIONS on the first and second of the Canons, commonly ascribed to the Holy Apostles. Wherein an account of the primitive constitution and government of Churches, is contained. Drawn from ancient and acknowledged writings. [By Gilbert BURNET, D.D.] Glasgow, 1673. Octavo. Pp. 125.” [Darling, Cyclop. Bibl.]
OBSERVATIONS on the first chapter of a book called Miscellanea analytica. [By William Samuel Powell, D.D., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.] Cambridge MDCCLX. Octavo. Pp. 27." [Bodl.]
OBSERVATIONS on the first chapter of Genesis. [By John ForSTER, solicitor of Lincoln's Inn.] London : 1830. Duodecimo. [W.]
OBSERVATIONS on the Greek and Roman classics. In a series of letters to a young nobleman. Now published for the use of gentlemen at the university, and those who may have occasion to speak in public. [By Dr. John HILL.] London: 1753. Duodecimo. [European Mag., xvi. 240. Mon. Aev., ix. 68.],
OBSERVATIONS on the historie of the reign of King Charles : published by
London : 1817.
OBSERVATIONS on the Letter written
OBSERVATIONS on the letters published by the Rev. Mr. James Baine, entitled Memoirs of modern Church reformation : or, the history of the General Assembly 1766. In three letters to him. [By Rev. Thomas RANDALL.] Glasgow : MDCCLXVII. Octavo. Pp. 47. b. t." [Struthers, Hist. of the Relief Church, p. 203.] Last Letter signed Philalethes. Ascribed to Rev. Thomas Walker, A.M., minister of Dundonald. [Scott, Fasti Eccl. Scot., Part iii. p. 113.] OBSERVATIONS on the life of Cicero. [By George, Lord LYTTELTON.] London : MDCCXXXIII. Octavo. b. t. 50.” [Brit. Mus.] OBSERVATIONS on the Lord's prayer. In the form of a letter from a father to his son. [By William TIGHE, of Woodstock Mistioge, Co. Kilkenny.] Dublin: 1816. [W. and Q., June 1862, p. 479.] OBSERVATIONS on the means of preserving and restoring health in the West Indies. [By John ROLLO, M.D.] 1783. [Rich, Bib. Amer., i. 318.] OBSERVATIONS on the method of growing of wool in Scotland, and proposals for improving the quality of our wool. In two letters to the commissioners and trustees for improving fisheries and manufactures in Scotland. [By George Clerk MAXWELL.] Published by order of the said commissioners and trustees. Edinburgh : MDCCLVI. 40.* [Aod/.] OBSERVATIONS on
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