A decision maker's guide to videotex and teletext: (preliminary edition)
Krevitt-Eres, Beth
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A decision making aid system based on a small microprocessor: design and implementation of anInteractive Manpower Deployment System based on the 8-bit microprocessor INTEL 8085
Queiroz Vieira Turnell, Maria de Fatima
Bradford. 1987.

A decision-making approach to problem drinking
Crawford-Wright, Anne D
Huddersfield Polytechnic. 1987.

A decision-making mechanism for associating the private sector in infrastructure development in third world countries
Samantaray, Dillip K ; Merna, T
Manchester. UMIST. 1998.

A decision-making model as an assisting tool in designing evaluation strategies for integrated rural development mediterranean programmes
Zampagna, A
Dublin. University College Dublin. 1997. (5), viii, 219, xliiip.

A decision method for elementary algebra and geometry
Tarski, Alfred
University of California P; Cambridge U.P. 1951. 63p.,28cm.

A decision model for locating controversial facilities
Mumphrey, Anthony J
Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania. 1971.

A decision network application to batch size determination for M.R.P
Oakland, John S ; Sohal, Amrik S ; Wirth, Andrew
Melbourne. Graduate School of Management. 1990.

A decision structure for teaching machines
Smallwood, Richard D
Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press. 1962.

A decision support framework for information systems evolution
Douvletis, Evangelos ; Karakostas, V
Manchester. UMIST. 1995.

A decision support system for allocation of the marketing budget to products, segments and promotional tools
Maier, Jens R
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A decision support system for effective track maintenance and renewal
Roberts, Christian Mark
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 2001. xvi, 395 p.

A decision support system for equipment enhancement
Atwell, Paul Vincent
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1995.

A decision support system for material routing in construction sites
Yang, Junli
Wolverhampton. University of Wolverhampton. 2001.

A decision support system for route optimisation analysis and network cost calculations for an airline
Rafiq, Saqib ; Davies Wilson, Ian
Oxford. Oxford Brookes University. 2003.

A decision-support system for the design of retrofit sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS)
Swan, Andrew D
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A decision support system for the optimisation of pricing model's sales targets using aggregate price elasticity coefficients
Ikpase, Leonard A ; Singh, M
Manchester. UMIST. 1994.

A decision support system for water management at catchment scale based on a geographical information system
Zhang, Jian Yun
Dublin. University College Dublin. 1996. xxiv, 288p.

A decision support system to improve grazing management on UK dairy farms: a dissertation submitted (in part) for the degree of Bachelor of Technology (Honours) in Agriculture
Huston, Richard J
Ayr. SAC Auchincruive. 2000 . 114p.p.

A decision-support tool for the diagnosis of breast cancer based upon fuzzy ARTMAP
Downs, Joseph
Sheffield. University ofSheffield, Dept. of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering. 1995.

A decision theoretic model of congressional technology assessment: a theoretical examination of the characteristics of complete assessment reports with applications
Gray, Lewis
Ann Arbor. University Microfilms International. 1981.

A decisive clash?: a short history of Black protest politics in South Africa, 1875-1976
Grobler, Jackie
Pretoria. Acacia. 1988. viii,219p.

A decisive hour for the Christian mission: the East Asia Christian Conference 1959 and the John R. Mott Memorial Lectures
Goodall, Norman
London. SCM Press. 1960. 96 p.

A deck boy's diary
Richardson, John
Swansea. Classic Marine Publications. 2000. 180p.

A declaracʹao dos direitos e deveres das nacʹoes adoptada pelo Instituto Americano de Direito Internacional: discurso pronunciado porElihu Root, Presidente d Sociedade Americana de Direito Internacional, na occasiao da Sua Decima Reuniao Annual, 27 de Abril de 1916, Washington, D.C
Root, Elihu
Washington D.C. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. [1916].

A declaration
Burghley, William Cecil
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. (11) p.

A declaration against a late dangerous and seditious band, under the name of An humble remonstrance, & c. Wherein the plots and projects of the contrivers tending to the violating and subversion of our Covenants; raising and fomenting of jealousies, within this, and between both kingdoms; prolonging of the unnaturall wars; and, impeding the intended uniformity in religion, are discovered, by the Commission of the Generall Assembly
Edinburgh. Printed by Evan Tyler. 1646.

A declaration against all the Kings and temporal powers under heaven
Elwall, Edward
London. printed for the author..., T. Cox; J. Hazard; J. Noon, and the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1741.

A declaration against the Pope's supremacy ... in ... 1549
Edward
London. John Duncan. 1810. xv, 55 p.

A declaration and an information from us the people of God, called Quakers, to the present governors, the King and both Houses of Parliament, and all whom it may concern: This was delivered into the Kings hand, the 22. day of the fourth moneth
Fell, M
London. 1660. 8p. : 4to.

A declaration and an interim list of signatories presented to the University of Wales Commission
(Swansea. 1963). 70 p.

A Declaration and Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedy raising ofa body of horse, for the preservation, safety, and peace of the kingdom : to resist the insolencies and outrages committed by the souldiers of the Kings Armie. Which horse are to be raised out of the severall counties within specified, andto be under the command of the Right Honourable, Edward, Earl of Manchester, who is appointed by this Ordinance for this service to be Commander in Chief, both for horse and foot. Die Martis 25 Julii 1643
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. July 27. 1643.

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the better securing and setling of the peace of the county of Kent: and for enabling them to associate with the city of London, or any other counties adjacent. And to raise forces within the said county ... Likewise, instructions for the Lord-lieutenant, deputy-lieutenants, and other officers, and commanders in the county of Kent
London. Printed for I. Wright. Iune 1. 1643. (12) p.

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; touching the Great Sealeof England. And that the said Seale is to be put into the hands and custody of such Commissioners, as are herein named by both Houses of Parliament
[London]. Printed for Edward Husbands. November 13. 1643.

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, for the speedy raising of a body of horse, for the preservation, safety, and peace of the kingdom, to resist the insolencies and outrages committed by the souldiers of the Hings army: which horse are to be raised out of the severall counties within specified, and to be under the command of the Rright Honorable, Edward Earl of Manchester
[London]. Printed for Edward Husbands. 1643. 6 p.

A declaration and remonstrance of the aldermen and members of Common-Council... imprisoned in the Tower
London. Horton. 1660. 7 p.

A declaration and representation from the forces of the Northerne Associations to His Excellencie, Sir Thomas Fairfax, and by him presented to the Parliament, June the 12th, 1647
London. Printed for John Benson. 1647. [6]p.

A declaration by the Basque Nationalist Catholic Youth on the Spanish War
London. Press Department of the Spanish Embassy. [1936]. 6,[2]p.

A declaration by the Kings Majesty. To his subjects of the Kingdoms of Scotland,England, and Ireland
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1650.

A declaration by the Presbytery at Bangor, in Ireland, July 7. 1649, setting forth the apparent ruine of religion, and the great violation of the Covenant following upon the present change of command in this province: with some observations upon the LordVicount of Ards late declaration, of July 4
[Edinburgh?]. Printed Anno Dom. 1649. [8]p.

A declaration ... concerning the supply of bedding required from the city of London for the lodging of the army
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Partridge. 1648. 7 p.

A declaration from His Excellence Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Generall Councel of the Army held at Putney, on Thursday September 16, 1647: concerning the delaies in raising monies for supply of the Army and other forces of the kingdome ... tendred to the Right Honourable Commissioners of Parliament residing with the Army ... : also a narrative of the souldiers behaviour towards L. Lauderdale
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for George Whittington. 1647.

A declaration from His Excellence Sir Thomas Fairfax and the generall councel of the army, held at Putney, on Thursday September 16. 1647. concerning the delaies in raising monies for supply of the army and other forces of the kingdome: With His Excellencies letter to the commissioners concerning the same
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. G. Whittington. 1647. 12 p.

A declaration from His Excellencie Sr. Thomas Fairfax, and his Councell of Warre: concerning their proceeding in the proposalls, prepared and agreed on by the Councell of the Armie, to be tendred to the Commissioners of Parliament, residing in the Army... together with the heads of the said proposalls... to which are added some furtherparticular desires
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed by M. Simmons for George Whittington. 1647.

A declaration from Prince Rupert and Prince Maurice, directed to both Houses of Parliament, with theirintentions: as also their desires to the Parliament. Sent from Oatlands, and delivered on Tuesday last, the 30. of June. 1646. These are true copies, and printed and published according to order. Iuly 4. 1646
Rupert ; Maurice
London. Printed by Jane Coe. 1646.

A declaration from ... Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the generall councell of the armie: of their resolutions to adhere to the Parliament, in their proceedings concerning the King
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Whittington. (1648). 6 p.

A declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God: called, Quakers against all sedition plotters & fighters in the world
Fox, George
(London. 1684?). 6 p.

A declaration from the poor oppressed people of England: directed to all thatcall themselves or are called Lords of manors, through this nation; that have begun to cut, or that through fear and covetousness, do intend to cut down the woods and trees that grow upon the commons and waste land
Winstanley, Gerrard
(London). Printedin the yeer, 1649. (6) p.

A declaration in vindication of the honour of the Parliament, and of the Committee of the Navy and Customes againstall traducers: concerning the managing of the Navy and Customes, and many other weighty affaires of state : faithfully relating what strength of shipping have been yearly employed for the guarding of the seas, and what moneys arising by therevenue of the Customes, and other receits, have been applyed to that use : the rules by which they have been all managed : and a just account how the moneys have been disposed
Greene, Giles
London. printed for Laurence Blaiklock. 1647.

A declaration made by the Earle of New-castle, Governour of the towne and county of New-castle, and generall of all His Majesties forces raised in the northerne parts of this kingdome, for the defence of the same, for his resolution of marching into Yorkshire
Newcastle, William Cavendish
[London]. Printed for W. Webb. 1643. 8p.

A declaration made by the Earl of New-Castle
Newcastle, William Cavendish
Leigh-on-Sea. Partizan. (1985?). (12),7p.

A declaration of both Houses of Parliament
[London]. [s.n.]. [1642].

A declaration of both houses of parliament concerning the affairs of Ireland: whereunto is added, 12. arguments topromote the work of subscription, according to the propositions lately published, for recovery of the kingdom of Ireland : for which an act of parliament is expected
Dublin. Reprinted by P. Traynor. 1879. 5, 3 p.

A declaration of both houses of Parliament, concerning the affairs of Ireland. Whereunto is added, 12. arguments to promote the work of subscription, according to the propositions lately published, for recovery of the Kingdom of Ireland; for which an actof Parliament is expected
Hunscott, Joseph
London. Printed for Joseph Hunscott. 1641 [i.e. 1642]. 5,3p.

A declaration of dissent: technicians' unions and income policy
Richmond. Draughtsmen's and Allied Technicians' Association. [1965?]. 15p.

A declaration of dissent: technicians' unions and incomes policy
Richmond, Surrey. D.A.T.A. [1966]. 15p.

A declaration of egregious popish impostures
Harsnet, Samuel
Ann Arbor . University Microfilms Inc. [1982].

A declaration of faith
Agar, Herbert
Boston. Houghton Mifflin. 1952.

A declaration of faith
[Yorks.]. Independent Press. c1967. 47p.

A Declaration of faith and commitment
Belfast. the authors. 1986. 8p.

A declaration of His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax and his councel of war: in obedience to several ordinances of Parliament, for disbanding the supernumerary forces, and drawing the army into several garisons, and for taking off free-quarter
London. Printed for E. Husband. 1647. 6 p.

A declaration of His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax and his Councel of War, in obedience to several ordinances of Parliament for disbanding the supernumerary forces and drawing the Army into several garisons, and for taking off free-quarter
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

A declaration of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and his Councell of Warre, delivered by Colonel Sir Hardresse Waller and other officers of the Army to the House of Peeres, upon Munday the 17 of January, 1647, with the Lords answer thereunto
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax ; Waller, Hardresse
London. Imprinted for John Wright. 1647. 5p.

A declaration of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and his councell of warre, on behalfe of themselves and the whole armie: shewing the grounds of their present advance towards the city of London
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. G. Whittington. 1647. 10 p.

A declaration of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and his Councel of Warre on behalfe of themselves and the whole Armie: shewing the grounds of their present advance towards the city of London
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for George Whittington. 1647.

A declaration of his highnes: by the advice of his covncil, shewing the reasons of their proceedings for securing the peace of the commonwealth
Cromwell, Oliver ; Hills, Henry ; Field, John
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1655. 40 p.

A declaration of his Highnes, by the advice of his Council shewing the reasons of their proceedings for securing the peace of the Commonwealth upon occasion of the late insurrection and rebellion, Wednesday, October 31. 1655
Cromwell, Oliver
London. Henry Hills and John Field. 1655.

A declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector and the Parliament, for a day of publique thanksgiving on Friday the twentieth of February 1656
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1656 (1657). 6 p.

A declaration of His Maiesties royallpleasure: in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie
Gordon, John William
Imprinted at London . by R. Barker. 1610. 29 p.

A declaration of independence
Canaway, W. H
London. Hutchinson. 1971. 207p.

A declaration of independence
Drummond-Wolff, Henry
Montreal. (the Author). 1946. 128 p.

A declaration of independence
Helmer, Roger
Canterbury. Roger Helmer. 2002. viii, 136 p.

A Declaration of love with jazz
Disky. 1999. 1 compact disc.

A declaration of principles for older people in Europe
London. Eurolink Age. 1998.

A declaration of remarkable providences in the course of mylife: by John Dane of Ipswich, 1682, to which is added a pedigree of the Dane family, and a few notes
Dane, John ; Dean, John Ward
Boston. S.G. Drake. 1854. 16 p.

A declaration of Sir J. Gaire Lord Mayor: Alderman Langham Alderman Bunce Alderman Adams Sheriff Cullam. With others imprisoned by the authorities of the Parliament and army
Gayer, John
[London]. 1647. p.p. 8 : 4to.

A declaration of Sir John Gaire, Lord Mayor ... with others imprisoned by the authorities of theParliament and army
Gayer, John
(London). 1647. 8 p.

A declaration of Sir William Batten late vice-admirall for the Parliament: concerning his departure from London, to His Highnesse the Prince of Wales
Batten, William
London. 1648. 5 p.

A declaration of suche true articles as George Ioye hath gone about to confute as false
Gardiner, Stephen
(London. J. Heforde for R. Toye). 1546. (362) p.

A declaration of such greivous accidents as commonly follow the biting of mad dogges, together with the cure thereof
Spackman, Thomas
London. Printed for John Bill. 1613.

A Declaration of the Arch-bishop of Canterbury, and the bishops in and near London, testifying their abhorrence of the present rebellion: with an exhortation to the clergy and people under their care, to be zealous in the discharge of their duties to His Majesty King George
Tenison, Thomas
London. Printed by J. Baskett and by the assigns of T. Newcomb, and H. Hills, deceas'd. 1715. 8 p.

A declaration of the Army of England: upon their march into Scotland (etc.)
Newcastle. Printedby S.B. 1650. 17 p.

A declaration of the causes moouing the Queene of England to giue aide to the defence of the people afflicted and oppressed in the lowe countries
Elizabeth ; Barker, Christopher
Imprinted at London. By Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie. 1585. [2], 20, 5, [1]p. : 4to.

A Declaration of the causes moving the Queens Maiestie of England, to prepare and send a Navy to the Seas, for the defence of her Realmes against the King of Spaines Forces, to bee published by the Generals of the saide Navy, to the intent that it shall appeare to the World, that her Maiestie armeth her Navy onely to defend her selfe, and to offend her enemies, and notto offend any other, that shall forbeare to strengthen her enemie, but to use them with all lawfull favours
Amsterdam. Da Capo Press. 1973. 3 p.

A declaration of the commander in chief of the forces in Scotland: also another declariation of the officers of the army in Scotland to the churches of Christ in the three nations, together with three letters from the lord general Monck...viz. to Mr. Speaker, to the Lord Fleetwood, to the Lord Lambert
Edinburgh. Printed by Christopher Higgins. 1659. 8 p.

A declaration of the Commander in Chief of the forces in Scotland, and of the officers of the army under his command, in vindication of the liberties of the people and the priviledges of Parliament
Monck, George
[Edinburgh?]. [s.n.]. 1659. [1].

A declaration of the Committee for the Militia: concerning the penalties ... upon ... the trained-bands that exempt themselves in this present expedition: Together with a declaration ... for the ... assistance of ... Lord Fairfax
(London). E. Husbands. 1643. 7 p.

A declaration of the Committee of the Estates of Parliament of Scotland, to the honourable Houses of the Parliament, and to all their brethren of England. Concerning the necessity, grounds and ends of their ingagement, and of the returne of the Scots Army into England. Die Veneris, 21 Julii, 1648
London. Imprinted for John Wright. 1648.

A declaration of the Commons: that the ayd and assistance of ... Lord Fairfax,and Sir William Waller, shall ... be recommended to the committee of the militia in London
London. Edw. Husbands. 1643. 7 p.

A declaration of the Commons ... against all such persons as shall take upon them to preach ... except they be ordained either here or in some other reformed church
London. Husband. 1646 (1647). 6 p.

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning the rise and progresse of the grand rebellion in Ireland ... With some letters and papers of great consequence of the Earl of Antrims ... Also some letters of mart, which were granted by the Lord Mohun, Sir Ralph Hopton, &c. And likewise another from the rebells in Ireland, who term themselves, the Supreme Councel for the Catholique Cause
London. Printed for E. Husbands. 1643. 63 p.

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament, against all such persons as shall take upon them to preach or expound the scriptures in any church or chappel, or any other publique place, except they be ordained either here or in some other reformed church
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1646 [i.e. 1647].

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament concerning the rise and progresse of the Grande Rebellion in Ireland: together with a multitude of examinations of persons of quality, whereby it may easily appear to all the world, who were, uand still are, the promoters of that cruel and unheard of and still are, the promoters of that cruel and unheard of rebellion : also some letters and papers
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. 1643.

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament; concerning the rise and progresse of The Grand Rebellion in Ireland. Together with a multitude of examinations of persons of quality, whereby it may easily appear to all the world. Who were, and still are the promoters of that cruell and unheard of rebellion. With some letters and papers of great consequence of the Earl of Antrims, which were intercepted. Also some letters of Mart, which were granted by the Lord Mohun, Sir Ralph Hopton, &c. And likewise another from the rebells in Ireland, who term themselves, the Supreme Councel for the Catholique-Cause
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. Iuly 25. 1643.

A declaration of the Commons assembled in Parliament. For bringing to condigne punishment, those that have raised false and scandalous rumors against the House, how that they intend to assesse every mans pewter, and lay excizes upon other commodities. As also further directions to his Excellence the Earle of Essex, Generallof the Army, and to the Committee for his assistance in the Army, appointed by both Houses of Parliament
Essex, Robert Devereux
London. Printed for Richard Best. October 10. 1642.

A declaration of the Commons in Parliament: made September the 9th 1641
London. Printed by Robert Barker: and by the Assignes of John Bill. 1641.

A declaration of the Commons of England assembled in Parliament, expressing their reasons for the adnulling and vacating of these ensuing votes. 15 Januarii, 1648
London. Printed for Edward Husband. Jan 18. 1648[9].

A declaration of the Commons of England, assembled in Parliament of their true intentions concerning the ancient and fundamental government of the kingdom, the government of the church, the present peace, securing the people against all arbitrary government, and maintaining a right understanding between the two kingdoms of England and Scotland, according to the covenant and treaties
London. Printed for Edward Husband. 1646. 16p.

A declaration of the Commons of England in Parliament assembled: expressing their reasons and grounds of passing the late resolutions touching no farther address or application to be made to the King. Die veneris, 11 Februarii, 1647
London. Edward Husband. 1647 (i.e. 1648). 37 p.

A declaration of the Commons of England in Parliament assembled; expressing their reasons and grounds of passing the late Resolutions touching no farther address or application to be made to the King. Die Veneris. 11. Februarii, 1647
London. Printed for Edward Husband. Feb. 15. 1647 [8].

A declaration of the Commons of England in Parliament assembled expressing theirreasons and grounds of passing the late resolutions touching no further address or application to be made to the King
London. printed for Edw. Husband. 1647.

A declaration of the counties of Kent and Essex in pursuance of their petitions concerning the Kings majesty
London. Printed for R. Williamson. 1647 (i.e. 1648). (8) p.

A declaration of the death of John Lewes, a most detestable and obstinate Hereticke, burned at Norwich, the xviii daye of September, 1583. About three of the clocke in the after noone: To the tune of John Carelesse
Gilbart, Thomas
London. Society of Antiquaries. Black and white print.

A declaration of the demeanor and carriage of Sir W. Raleigh
Raleigh, Walter
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1970. 64 p.

A declaration of the egregious popish impostures
Harsnett, Samuel
1963. 2 v.

A declaration of the engagements, remonstrances, representations, proposals, desires and resolutions from His Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the General Councel of the Army, for setling of His Majesty in hisjust rights, the Parliament in their full priviledges, and the subjects in their liberties and freedomes
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed by Matthews Simmons. 1647. 163p.

A declaration of the English Army now in Scotland, to the people of Scotland, especially those among them, that know and feare the Lord
[London]. [s.n.]. [1650].

A declaration of the especiall untruths contained in Morgans bill ... in Parliament against Bowdler, Meggs ... and others
Morgan, George ; Meggs, William ; Bowdler, Richard
(London. 1621). 2 l.

A declaration of the estate of clothing
May, John
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 51 p.

A Declaration of the Faith and Order owned and practised in the Congregational Churches in England: Agreed upon and consented unto by their Elders and Messengers in their Meeting at the Savoy, Octob. 12. 1658
Nye, Philip ; Owen, John
London. Printed for D.L. And are to be sold in Paul's Church-yard, Fleet-Street, and Westminster-Hall. 1659. [xv], 27 p.; 18.1cm.; (4to).

A declaration of the faith and order, owned and practised, in the Congregational churches in England: agreed upon, and consented to, by their Elders and Messengers, in their meeting at the Savoy, October 12, MDCLVIII
Oswestry. Printed, and sold, by N. Minshall [etc.]. 1812.

A declaration of the faith and order owned and practised in the Congregational Churches of England; agreed upon and consented unto by their elders and messengers in their meeting at the Savoy, October 12. 1658
Nye, Philip
London. Printed by John Field. 1658.

A Declaration of the faith professed in the Palatinate
Rolte, John
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1979. 188 p.

A declaration of the first principles of the oracles of the deity
Roberts, Robert
Birmingham. Printed by W.H. Davies. [1868?].

A declaration of the first principles of the oracles of the deity, set forth in a series of propositions, arranged for the purpose of demonstrating that the faith of Christendom is made up ofthe fables predicted by Paul, and entirely subversive of the faith once for all delivered to the Saints; the whole being elucidated by copious foot-notes, original and selected
London. Christadelphian Book Depot. [s.d.].

A declaration of the General Council of the Officers of the Army: agreed upon at Wallingfordhouse, 27th Octob. 1659
London. Printed by Henry Hills. 1659. 19 p.

A Declaration of the gentry of Somerset-shire who were of the late kings party
London. 1660.

A declaration of the gentry of the county of Gloucester, who were of the late king's party
London. 1660. 1 sheet.

A declaration of the gentry of the county of Salop, who were of the late kings party
London. 1660. 1 sheet.

A declaration of the grounds and reasons, why we the poor inhabitants of ... Iver in Buckinghamshire, have begun to digge and mannure the common and wast land
London. 1650. 1 sheet.

A declaration of the honourable House of Commons, in answer to the Scotch-papers
London. Printed for Humphrey Harwood. 1648.

A declaration of the House of Commons in vindication of divers members of theirhouse, from a false, and scandalous pamphlet, intituled, The humble petition of Captain William Booth
London. Printed by L. Norton and J. Field, forE. Husbands and J. Franck. July 22, 1642. 8 p.

A declaration of the Irish armie in Ulster: sent to the Parlament in a letter from William Basill Esquire,Atturney General of Ireland: ... to which is added som remarques thereupon, by a private pen
Basill, William
London. Du-gard. 1650. (ii), 24 p.

A declaration of the Kingdome of Scotland to the Parliament of England. Together with the answer of the Commissioners for the Kingdom of Scotland, to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace and the foure bills to be sent to His Majesty
Edinburgh. printed by Evan Tyler by order of the Committee of Estates. 1647.

A declaration of the Kings Majesties most gracious messages for peace: with a full answer thereunto in the behalf of the Parliament
Charles
London. Walbank. 1645 (1646). 16 p.

A declaration of the Kings resolution, to bring up his armie to the citie of London: also the noble resolution of the earle of Essex ... to hinder ... the passage of the Kings armie
London. Ashton. 1642. 8 p.

A declaration of the knights and gentlemen of the county of Cornwall, which did adhere to the late king
London. 1660. 1 sheet.

A declaration of the knights and gentry of the county of Hertford that adhered to the late king
London. 1660. 1 sheet.