検索キーワード：(件名: #Anglo-French War 1755-1763)
Occasional thoughts on the present German war / by the Author of Considerations on the same subject
3rd ed.. - London : Printed for J. Wilkie , 1761
Public injuries require public justice, or, An enquiry into the causes of the miscarriage of the late secret expedition to the coast of France : in which all the transactions relative thereto are impartially examined, the delays and hindrances which retarded, and at last totally prevented its execution, minutely traced, and the several operations of the fleet and army, while before Rochefort, exactly related : being a clear and distinct view of this famous, but unfortunate expedition : to which is prefixed, an accurate map of the French coast ...
London : Printed for H. Owen , 1757
Remarks upon a popular letter : by a citizen of London ...
London : Printed for W. Nichol , 1761
Remarks on a pamphlet lately published, entitled, The conduct of a noble lord scrutinized / by an officer
London : M. Thrush , 1759
A second letter to the people of England, on foreign subsidies, subsidiary armies, and their consequences to this nation
London : Printed for J. Scott , 1755
Proposals for carrying on the war with vigour, raising the supplies within the year, and forming a national militia : to which are added, considerations in respect to manufacturers and labourers, and the taxes paid by them, the inconveniencies of credit for small sums, and the courts lately erected to recover them ...
London : Printed for M. Cooper , 1757
A letter to the people of England, on the present situation and conduct of national affairs : letter I ...
3rd ed.. - London : [s.n.] , 1756
A second letter to the people of England : on foreign subsidies, subsidiary armies, and their consequences to this nation
3rd ed.. - London : Printed for J. Scott , 1756
A fourth letter to the people of England : on the conduct of the M-----rs, in alliances, fleets, and armies, since the first differences on the Ohio, to the taking of Minorca by the French : to which are added, numbers LII and LIII of the Monitor, applicable to the letter ...
6th ed.. - London : Printed for M. Collier , 1756
The Seasonable address of a militia-man, to those of his fraternity, on the prospect of a peace : and that of their dissolution, or rather dispersion, in consequence thereof ...
London : Printed for J. Wilkie , 1761
Essai sur les intérêts du commerce national pendant la guerre, ou, Lettres d'un citoyen, sur la permission de commercer dans les colonies, annoncée pour les puissances neutres ...
[S.l : s.n.] , 1756
A letter to the people of England, on the present situation and conduct of national affairs
Lettres d'un citoyen, sur la permission de commercer dans les colonies, annoncée pour les puissances neutres
4th ed.. - London : [s.n.] , 1756
The destruction of the French foretold by Ezekiel, or, A commentary on the thirty-fifth chapter of that prophet : intended as a specimen of Mr. Romaine's manner of interpreting scripture ...
[London] : Printed for M. Cooper , [1755?]
Considerations on the addresses lately presented to His Majesty, on occasion of the loss of Minorca : in a letter to a member of Parliament ...
2nd ed.. - London : Printed for M. Cooper , 1756
London : Printed for M. Cooper , 1756
An account of the facts which appeared on the late enquiry into the loss of Minorca : from authentic papers / by the Monitor
London : Printed for J. Scott , 1757
Britain's glory displayed, or, Ways and means found out, whereby to raise men and money towards the support of the present war, without affecting the industrious subject : as also methods proposed, whereby to indemnify ourselves for all former damages we have sustain'd, either from France or Spain, and to render our African company that has long laboured under a deep consumption, for want of due attention, the most flourishing and profitable branch of the British trade, with many more, &c. &c. : designed for the good of these kingdoms / by J.C.G
London : Printed for the author, and sold by C. Corbet , 1756
A fifth letter, by the author of four former letters to the people of England : in which some new lights are thrown on particular affairs ; and contains an answer to a court pamphlet, intitled, The conduct of the ministry impartially examined : also, a letter, shewing the reasons of the misconduct and miscarriages of the navy ...
London : Printed for M. Collier , 1757