A Decision Support System for the planning of retail facilities
Heijden, Robertus Emmanuel Cornelis Maria van der
Eindhoven. R. E. C. M. van der Heijden. 1986. 334 S..
ISBN 90-9001398-9

A decision support system for tolerance allocation
Pulat, P. Simin. ; Raman, Shivakumar.
Norman, Okla.. School of Industrial Engineering, University of Oklahoma ;. 1993]. 1 v..

¬A¬ decision support system for water protection in agriculture
Penttinen, Riitta
Oulu. Univ.. 1988. Getr. Zählung : graph. Darst.. Acta Universitatis Ouluensis : Series C, technica ; 126.
ISBN 951-42-5038-9

A decision theoretical analysis of decisions of the Dutch government in exile during world war II
Gallhofer, I. N. ; Saris, Willem E.
1983.

¬A¬ decision-theoretic analysis of a problem in political campaigning
Kramer, Gerald H.
1966.

¬A¬ decision theoretic analysis of medical screening procedures
Hershey, John Charles
[S.l.]. 1970. 155 S..

¬A¬ decision theoretic analysis of the unit root hypothesis using mixtures of elliptical models
Koop, Gary ; Steel, Mark F.
Tilburg. 1991. 28 Bl.. Discussion paper.

A decision - theoretic approach to cooperative advertising.
Berger, Paul Daniel.
1969.. 109 leaves.

¬A¬ decision theoretic approach to insurance ratemaking
Freifelder, Leonard R.
Philadelphia, Pa.. S. S. Huebner Found. for Insurance Education. 1976. XI, 141 S.. S. S. Huebner Foundation for Insurance Education: Monograph series ; 4..

<<A>> Decision theoretic approach to the design and analysis of industrial experiments
Lin, C.y.
Cambridge - Mass. . 1968. 20 Microfiches..

¬A¬ decision theoretic approach to the trial court process
Evans, Lynn Augustus
[S.l.]. 1974. [162 S.].

A decision theoretic framework for profit maximization in direct marketing
Muus, Lars ; Scheer, Hiek van der ; Wansbeek, Tom
2002..

¬A¬ decision theoretic model for standard setting and regulation
Winterfeldt, Detlof ¬von¬
Laxenburg. 1978. V, 28 S.. Internationales Institut für Angewandte Systemanalyse <Laxenburg>: Research memorandum. ; 78,70.

¬A¬ decision theoretic model of congressional technology assessment: a theoretical examination of the characteristics of complete assessment reports, with applications
Gray, Lewis
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. 1981. XII, 463 S..

¬A¬ decision-theoretic model of external financing of hospital efficiency projects
Gregory, Douglas Donald
[S.l.]. 1974. [230 S.].

¬A¬ decision theoretic portfolio model for the selection of real estate assets
Kuhle, James Lee
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. 1986. VII, 175 S..

¬A¬ decision theory experiment in the assessment of financial distress
Chalos, Jean-Pierre
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. 1983. V, 108 S..

A decision to love: a marriage preparation program
Vollmer, Susan.
Mystic, CT. Twenty-Third Publications,. 1992.. p..

¬A¬ decision tool for adaptation of reindeer herds to rangelands: the user's manual ; final report from NOR-project "Management of reindeer pastures under uncertainty"
Haugerud, Rolf Egil ¬[Hrsg.]¬ ; Moxnes, Erling
Tromsø. NOR. 2003. 46 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.. Rangifer : Report ; 8.

A decision-tool for adaptation of reindeer herds to rangelands: the users manual
Moxnes, Erling ; Haugerud, Rolf Egil
Tromsø. Nordic Council for Reindeer Husbandry Research (NOR),. 2003. 45 s..

A decision-tool for adaptation of reindeer herds to rangelands: the user's manual
Moxnes, Erling
Bergen. Stiftelsen for samfunns- og naeringslivsforskning (SNF),. 2003. 39 s..

A decision tree approach to clear air turbulence analysis using satellite and upper air data.
Ellrod, Gary.
Washington, DC. NESDIS,. 1989.. II, 20 S..

¬A¬ decision tree for the numerical solution of initial value ordinary differential equations
Addison, C. A. ¬[Mitarb.]¬
Manchester. Univ., Dept. of Math.. 1987. A22, B2 S.. Numerical analysis report ; 130.

¬A¬ decision without a strategy: Excess profits in the nationalisation of copper in Chile
Faundez, Julio
1978.

A decisive clash?: a short history of Black protest politics in South Africa, 1875 - 1976
Grobler, Jackie
1. ed., 1. [Dr.]^. Pretoria. Acacia. 1988. VIII, 219 S..
ISBN 0-86817-052-6

¬A¬ decisive hour for the christian mission: the East Asia Christian Conference 1959 and the John R. Mott Memorial Lectures
Goodall, Norman
2. impr.. London. SCM. 1960. 96 S..

¬A¬ decisão ética: na teologia de Helmut Thielicke
Stroeher, Egon Aloysio
São Leopoldo. Centro de Publicações Univ. do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. 1972. 158 S..

A deck of cards and a joker shuffled and dealt,
Hebbard, James Charles Bacon, 1854-1916.
[San Francisco, Press of the Hicks-Judd Company] . c1907.. 43 l..

A deck of cards and a joker shuffled and dealt by J. C. B. Hebbard,
Hebbard, James Charles Bacon,
San Francisco, . Press of the Hicks-Judd company. c1907.. 43 l..

¬A¬ declararation [sic] of the twelue articles of the christen faythe: with annotations of the holy scripture, where they be grounded in. And the righte foundation and principall comon places of the hole godly scripture, a goodly short declaration, to all Christians profitable and necessarye for to come to the right vnderstondynge of holy Scripture compyled for the commodite of al christen people. By D. Vrbanum Regium
Rhegius, Urbanus ; Lynne, Walter
S.l.. Imprinted [by S. Mierdman] for Gwalter Lynne, dwellyng vpon Somers kaye, by Byllinges gate. In the yeare of oure Lorde. M.D.XLVIII. And they by to be solde at Poules churche yarde at the north doore, in the signe of the Bybell. By Richard Iugge. [1548]].

A Declaratin of the great and weighty affayres and matters of consequence concerning this kingdome: also the severall orders made by the House of Parliament, March 22, 1641 : with some remarkeable occurrences from Holland and the kingdome of Ireland
Hunt, Raphael, ; Newton, William,
London. Printed for John Thomas,. 1641. [8] p.

A declaratin of the Lords of the Secret-Councell, and of the Generall-Assembly of the kingdome and Kirke of Scotland: containing the principall heads of the doctrine of that kirk, and the true affection of that state to the Parliament-cause, notwithstanding their great opposition : sent to their commissioners in London and by them presented to the soveraigne high court of Parliament for their conformity to the same doctrine and acceptation of their integrity
London. Printed for Iohn Iohnson,. Octob. 13, 1642. [2], 5 p.

A Declaration against anabaptists: to stop the prosecution fo [sic] their errours, falsly pretended to be a vindication of the royall commission of King Jesus, as they call it : briefly and fully answering all their allegations and clearlproving the anabaptisticall doctrine to be against the glory of God, the honour of Christ and his church, against the covenant of grace and against the word of God and the priviledges of the church made over to them by promise, and also against the solemne league and covenant of the three kingdomes : in answer to a book by Francis Cornwall presented to the House of Commons on Friday last for which he is committed.
London. Printed for R. W.,. 1644.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration against Prince Rupert
London. 1642 [- 1643].

A declaration against Prince Rupert, or, An argument, whereby it appears that Prince Rupert and all that joyne with him in this unnaturall war against the Parliament, are guilty of high-treason: with an exposition of the stat. of II. Hen., whereby it appeares, that those who follow the advice and imployment of the Parliament, are freed from treason or any other offence concerning their particular actions in the service
P. B.,
London. [s.n.],. 1642.. 8 p..

A declaration and brotherly exhortation of the Generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland to their brethren of England.
London. Printed for Robert Bostock ...,. 1647.. [2], 14 p. ;.

A declaration and commission for the assesment of twelve thousand pounds by the month, for six months: viz. from the twentie fourth of September 1656, exclusive : to the twenty fourth of March following, inclusive
[Dublin?. s.n.,. 1656]. 11, [1] p..

A declaration and commission for the assessment of twelve thousand pounds by the month, for six months: viz. from the twentie fourth of September 1656, exclusive : to the twenty fourth of March following, inclusive
[Dublin. By W. Bladen,. 1656]. 11, [1] p..

A declaration and commission for three months assesment, of ten thousand pounds by the month: beginning the 12th of April 1655, and ending the 12th of July following. April this 5. 1655. By the Lord Deputy and council. Ordered by the Lord Deputy and council, that this commission for the assesment, be forthwith printed and published. Tho: Herbert clerk of the council
Dublin. printed by William Bladen, Anno Dom,. 1655. [2], 6 p.

A declaration and instructions from the Committee of Estates, to the colonels and committees of warre, in the severall sheriffdoms of the Kingdom of Scotland: concerning their generall rendezvous at Hairlaw within four miles of Berwick, upon the 29 of this present December, with a body of twenty five thousand horse and foot.
First printed at Edinburgh. by Evan Tyler ... ;. Dec. 11, 1643.. 8 p..

¬A¬ declaration and iustification of the Earle of Lindsey
Lindsey, Montagu B.
Oxford u.a.. Liechfield. [1642/3].

A declaration and iustification of the Earle of Lindsey now prisoner in Warwicke-Castle: wherein hee makes apparent the iustice of His Maiestyes cause in taking armes for the preservation of his royall person and prerogative : as it was st in a letter to the right honourable Henry, Earle of Newmarke, now resident with His Maiesty at Oxford Ianuary 26, 1643 : it being a true character of loyalty and myrrour of obedience [sic] for all His Maiestyes louing subiects.
Lindsey, Montague Bertie,
Oxford. Printed by Leonard Leychfield ...,. 1642 [i.e. London : s.n., 1643]. 8 p..

A Declaration and manifestation of the proceedings of both armies, also a true relation of the remarkable passages that have happenbed since Saturday, from the beginning of the fight to this present seventeenth of November: together with eir plundering of certaine west-countrey waines, and the retteat [sic] of Ais [sic] Majesties forces, as also of the death of certaine noble and eminent personages of His Majesties army : and how His Majesty sent a herald of armes concerning a treaty of peace : and while the paper was reading, a cannon vvas shot off and the bullet whizzed by His Excellencies eare : also the manner of His Majesties armies retreat from Brainford to Kingstone upon Thames, and to Gilford, His Majesty being now at Oatlands : with the resolution of the Parliaments forces to pursue them.
London. Printed for Tho. Watson and Wil. Cook,. 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration and order of his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and his Councill of Officers: for the continuance of the assesment for six moneths, from the 24th. of June 1653. to the 25th. of December following; at the rate of one hundered and twenty thousand pounds by the moneth, towards the maintenance of the armies and navies of this Common wealth. June 9. 1653. Ordered by his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell with the advice of his Councill of Officers, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. William Malyn Secret
Cromwell, Oliver,
London. printed by and for H. Hills, G. Calvert and T. Brewster, and are to be sold at the Black Spread-Eagle, and at the Three Bibles near the west end of Pauls,. 1653. [2], 5, [1] p.

¬A¬ Declaration And Ordinance Of The Lords And Commons Asse]
1967.. 85 p..

¬A¬ Declaration And Ordinance Of The Lords And Commons Assembled in Parliament: For new Loans, and Contributions, as well from the united Provinces of Holland, as from England and Wales, for the speedy relief of the miserable and distressed estate of the Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland ; whose lives are dayly sacrificed ...
[S.l.]. 1642. 8 S. ; 8-o.

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the better preventing of spyes and intelligencers, and for sequestring the estates of such as shall go from London to Oxford, or to the person of the king, queen, or any of the lords of the councell, or into any of the quarters of the army raised by the king, without order from one or both houses of Parliament : and likewise a reward of one fifth part of the estate of all such offenders, to be given to such persons as shall give notice thereof according to this ordinance.
[London?]. Printed for Edward Husbands,. October 23, 1643.. 7 p..

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 countie ... likewise, instructions for the Lord-lieutenant, deputy-lieutenants, and other officers and commanders in the county of Kent : and that every person which shall be imployed as souldiers in this service of the age of 16 yeers and upwards, shall solemnly take an oath ...
London. Printed for I. Wright ...,. Iune 1, 1643.. [12] p..

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the seizing and sequestring of the estates, both reall and personall of certain kinds of notorious delinquents to the use and for the maintaining of the army raised by the Parliament and such other uses as shall be directed by both houses of Parliament, for the benefit of the Common-wealth : with the names of the committees who are employed in the severall counties of this kingdom for the execution of this ordinance
London. Printed for Edward Husbands ...,. March 31, 1643. [2], 20 p.

A declaration and ordinance of the lords and commons Assembled in Parliament, For the Associating of the severall Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge, Isle of Ely, Hertford, and the County of the City of Norwich, for the mutuall defence and preservation of themselves from all Rapines ...: Together with divers Instructions for the Lord-Lievtenants, Deputy-Lievtenants, and other Officers of the said Counties. Also a Declaration and Engagement of the said Counties, according to their severall Subscriptions.
Husband, Edward,
London, . Printed by J.R. for Edw. Husbands,. 1642 [1643]. [8] p. (incl. covers).

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the seizing and sequestring of the estates, both reall and personall, of certain kinds of notorious delinquents, to the use,
London, . Printed for Edward Husbands,. 1643.. 1 p.l., 20 p..

¬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 kings army: Which horse are to be raised out of the severall counties within specified; and to be under the command of the right Honorable, Edward Earl of Manchester, who is appointed by this ordinance for this service to be commander in chief, both for horse and foot.
Elsynge, Henry
S.l.. Printed for Edward Husbands. [Iuly 27. [1643]. 8 p..

A declaration and ordinance of the Lords nd Commons assembled in Parliament: touching the Great Seale of 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 11, 1643.. 8 p..

¬A¬ declaration and plainer opening of certaine pointes in the divine beginning of Christes true Church
Jacob, Henry
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Leyden. Marcus. 1612.

A declaration and protestation against the illegal, detestable, oft-condemned, new tax and extortion of excise in general;: and for hops (a native incertain commodity) in particular.
Prynne, William,
London, . Printed for the Author,. 1654.. 29 p..

A declaration and protestation against the illegal, detestable, oft-condemned, new tax and extortion of excise in general, and for hops (a native incertain commodity) in particular
Prynne, William,
London. Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by Edward Thomas ...,. 1654.. [2], 29, [1] p. ;.

A declaration and protestation of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to this Kingdom and the whole world: wherein (amongst divers of His Majesties late illegall proceedings) is discovered how severall commissions under the Kings authorithave been granted to many profest papists (herein nominated) for places of command in this warre ... : also how Sir Iohn Hinderson and Collonel Cockram were sent to Hamburgh and Denmarke to raise forces there and in other forraine parts, to bring into this kingdom, with the names of some who have been proclaimed rebels in Ireland ... : for which and other reasons they are resolved to enter into a solemne oath and covenant with God to the utmost of their power ... to defend the truth against the Kings popish army ...
London. Printed for I. Wright,. Octob. 24, 1642.. [8] p..

A declaration and protestation of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to this Kingdome and the whole world: wherein (amongst divers of His Majesties late illegall proceedings) is discovered how severall commissions under the Kings authority have been granted to many profest papists ... : also how Sir John Hinderson and Collonell Cockram were sent to Hamburgh and Denmarke to raise forces there ... : for which and many other reasons they are resolved to enter into a solemne oath and covenant with God ... to defend the truth against the Kings popish army ..
London. Printed by L.N. for E. Husbands and J. Franke and are to be sold at their shops ...,. MDCXLII [1642]. [2], 6 p..

A declaration and protestation of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to this kingdome and to the whole world: wherein (amongst diverse of His Majesties late illegal proceedings) is discovered how severall commissions under the Kings authoritie have been granted to many profest papists (herein nominated) for places of command in this war ... : also how Sir John Hinderson and Colonell Cockrain were sent to Hamburg and Denmarke to raise forces there ... : with the names of some who have been proclaimed rebels in Ireland now in great favor with His Majesty : for which and other reasons they are resolved ... to defend the truth against the Kings popish army ...
London. Printed for Edward Blackmore,. 1642.. [6] p..

A declaration and protestation of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to this kingdome and to the whole world: wherein amongst diverse of His Majesties late illegal proceedings is discovered how severall commissions under the Kings authority have bin granted to many profest papists, herein nominated, for places of command in this war, with power to raise men and armes which in sundry places they have performed : also how Sir Iohn Hinderson and Colonell Cockram were sent to Hamburg and Denmarke to raise forces there, and in other foraigne parts, to bring into this kingdome : with the names of some who have bin proclaimed rebels in Ireland, now in great favour with His Maiesty ..
London. Printed for Iohn Wright,. Octob. 23, 1642. [8] p.

¬A¬ declaration and publication of the most worthy Prince of Orange, contaynyng the cause of his necessary defence against the Duke of Alba: Translated out of French into English, and co[m]pared by other copies in diuers languages
William <I>
Imprinted at London. By Iohn Day, beneath S. Martins ouer Aldersgate. [1568?].

¬A¬ declaration and publication of the Prince of Orange: Contayning the cause of his necessary defence against the Duke of Alba (20 July, 1568)
Willem <Oranje, Prins, I.>
London. Day. [1568].

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

A declaration and remonstrance of the distressed and bleeding frontier inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania,: presented by them to the Honourable the governor and Assembly of the province, shewing the causes of their late discontent and uneasiness and the grievances under which they have laboured, and which they humbly pray to have redress'd
Smith, Matthew. ; Gibson, James,
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by William Bradford],. in the year M,DCC,LXIV. [1764]. 18, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons assembled in parliament, in answer to the Scots declaration: Wherein is set forth the true zeal and affection betwixt both kingdoms, for the reformation of church-government
London. Husbands u.a.. 1642. 14 S..

A declaration and resolution of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: in answer to the Scots declaration, presented unto them by the commissioners of the said kingdome, intimating unto them with what thankfulnesse they have perused their carefull and brotherly advice in desiring a happy union and conformity in both churches : expressing that their purpose is to consult with a synod of godly and learned divines, that the hierarchall government may not onely be removed, but another setled : as may be most agreeable to Gods holy word, most apt to procure and conserve the peace at home, and happy vnion with all other reformed churches abroad, that the miserable estate of church and kingdome may be made happy by a setled vnion of religion : in all which the Lords and Commons are firmely assured by their reall demonstrations expressed in their said declaration, that their ayd and assistance shall not be wanting in furthering so good and pious a worke
... London. Printed for I. H.,. June 6 [1643]. [2], 6 p.

¬A¬ declaration and summons sent by ... William Cavendish of Newcastle
Cavendish, William
London. Cole. 1643.

A declaration and svmmons sent by the Earl of Newcastle to the town of Manchester to lay down their arms: with the resolute answer of the commanders in chief and souldiers in Manchester : to spend their blood for the honour of the King, t Protestnat religion, and the priviledges of Parliament against the papists and malignants now under his lordships command.
Newcastle, William Cavendish,
London. Printed for Peter Cole ...,. July 15, 1643.. 8 p..

A declaration and votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning some scruple in their late ordinance for the assessing of persons according to their abilities and for the further enabling of the lord maior to put the me in execution : also another declaration of both Houses concerning diverse printed papers lately set forth by His Majestie in the forme of proclamations : whereby diverse members of either House otolicae Sedis Gratia Episcopum Rhodionopolitanum ... Ipsa Dominica Cantate, quae fuit V. Non. Maji, Inter publicas Jubilantium Congratulationes, Pastorali Pedo, Fidei Annulo, Praesulari Mitra inaugurabatur, Poesi Symbolica adumbratus, debitaeque Observantiae ergo Oblatus, Dicatus, Consecratusque
Coloniae. Hilden. 1733. [1] Bl. : Ill..

A declaration as to some controverted points of Christian doctrine.
London, . Printed by T. Maiden 1812.. vi, [7]-16 p..

A Declaration by Congregationall societies in and about the city of London, as well of those commonly called Anabaptists, as others, in way of vindication of themselves: touching 1. liberty, 2. magistracy, 3. propriety, 4. polygamie : wherein their judgments concerning the particulars mentioned are tendred to consideration to prevent mis-understanding.
[London]. Printed by M. Simmons for Henry Overton ...,. 1647.. 13 [i.e. 15], [1] p. ;.

A declaration by the Amtrak Reform Council
[Chevy Chase, Md?]. Amtrak Reform Council,. [2001].

¬A¬ declaration, by the nobility and gentry of this county of York
[York]. [1688]. 1 S..

A declaration by the representatives of the United Colonies of North-America, now met in general Congress at Philadelphia,: setting forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms.
Turner, James,
[Portsmouth, N.H.]. Sold at the printing-office in Portsmouth [by Daniel Fowle,. 1775].. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A declaration by the representatives of the United Colonies of North-America, now met in general Congress at Philadelphia,: seting [sic] forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms
Philadelphia:. Printed by William and Thomas Bradford,,. 1775. [2], 13, [1] p. ;.

A declaration by the representatives of the United Colonies of North-America, now met in general Congress at Philadelphia,: setting forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms
Newbury-Port [Mass.]:. Printed [by Mycall and Tinges?],. in the year MDCCLXXV. [1775]. 8 p. ;.

A declaration by the representatives of the United Colonies of North-America, now met in general Congress at Philadelphia, seting [sic] forth the causes and necessity of their taking up arms
New-York:. Printed by John Holt, in Water-Street.,. [1775]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ declaration collected out of the journalls of both Houses of Parliament
London. 1648.

A Declaration concerning Colonel Henry Martin, Colonel Robert Lilburn, Colonel Downs, Colonel Temple, Colonel Waite, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Carew, Esq.: who sate as judges on the life of our late martyr'd soveraign King Charles : with a charge and impeachment of their trayterous and dangerous proceedings against His Majesties loyal subjects, and the committing of them to the custody of that worthy and faithful Sir John Robinson ... : as also a discovery of their treasonable designs with those two perfidious Hannibals, Collonel John Barkstead and Collonel John Hewson
London. Printed for George Horton, 1660. [2], 5 p.

¬A¬ declaration concerning Colonel H. Martin
London. Horton. 1660. 8 S..

¬A¬ declaration conteynyng the iust causes of his present warre with the Scottis
London. Berthelet. 1542.

¬A¬ declaration conteynyng the just causes of this present warre with the Scottis
[London]. [Berthelet]. [1542]. 31 S..

¬A¬ declaration delivered into the House of Lords, by Mr: Abraham Dowcet: on Monday the 3 of July, 1648. Against Major Edward Rolph whom hee charges to have laine in waite three houres to have pistold the King. With his speech at the barre in the House of Peers; and the Lords order for tryall of Major Rolph. And severall orders of the House of Commons for apprehending delinquents
Dowcet, Abraham
London. printed for A.H. n[e]er Pye-corner. 1648.

A declaration demonstrating and infallibly proving that all malignants whether they be prelates, popish-cavaleers, with all other ill-affected persons, are enemies to God and the King: who desire the suppression of the Gospel the advancement of superstition, the diminution of the Kings prerogative and authority with the oppression of the subject : all which is ivinced by strong proofes and sufficient reasons
Bastwick, John,
London. [s.n.],. 1643.. [2], 56 p..

¬A¬ declaration exhibited to the French King: concerning the holy league
London. Cadman. 1587.

A declaration from both houses of Parliament [urging the King "to put from you those wicked and mischeivous counsellors" and to return to London]: with the additional reasons last presented to His Maiesty ... 12. Martii 1641 ... Whereunto is annexed, His Maiesties speech to the committee, the 9 of March, 1641 ...
London. Printed by R. Oulton & G. Dexter,. 1641.. [2], 6, [4] p..

A declaration from both Houses of Parliament, May 17: with His Maiesties letter to the gentry of Yorkshire, May 16, 1642 : also divers principall matters of great note and high conseqvence : the I. concerning the messengers that were impled to fetch up Sir Francis Wortley, and some other gentlemen of the county of Yorke, as delinquents : the second, concerning Mr. Attorney Generall who was released from his imprisonment giving baile for his appearance : the third, concerning the Lord St. John and Mr. Binion, with many more remarkable passages : the fourth, concerning Judge Berkly and many other delinquents : together with a list of the Irish committee for choosing of officers.
Charles
[London?]. ... Printed for I. Tomson and A. Coe,. May 20, 1642.. [8] p..

¬A¬ declaration from Sir Thomas Fairfax and the army ... concerning the ... rights and liberties
London. Chapman u.a.. 1647.

A Declaration from the Children of Light (who are by the world scornfully called Quakers) against several false reports, scandals and lyes, in several news books and pamphlets, put forth by Hen. Walker, R. Wood, and George Horton, whose lyes, and slanders shall not pass for truth; but shall be judged, and cast out by Michael and his angels into the world, which is their habitation amongst the children of darkness: Also a warning from the Lord to all ballad-makers, and image-makers, with them that print and sell them, who are found without the fear of God, contrary to the command of God, who saith, you shall not make an image of male nor female: and to the doctrine of the Apostles, who were to avoid prophane and vain fables. With a lamentation over all them that live in pride and gluttony, swearing, and all manner of uncleanness; and profess God, and profess Christ, and themselves Christians; but are seen to be those, whose God is their belly, whose end will be destruction
London. Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls. 1655.

¬A¬ declaration from the city of Bristoll
London. Matthews u.a.. 1642.

A Declaration from the City of Bristoll by the maior, aldermen, sheriffes and others of the city: declaring their resolution and fidelity to the Parliament and their designes : also a petition from M. Maioresse, M. Holworth and 200 of theest citizens wives in Bristoll to the maior and common councell of the city for admitting the Parliaments forces into their city and many other things worthy of observation : sent from M. John Ball in Bristoll to M. James Nicolls, a merchant in Fanchurch-street London.
London. Printed for Joseph Matthewes, and John Nicolls ...,. Decemb. 23, 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A declaration from the Commission of the Generall assembly.
London, . R. Bostock,. 1646.. 15 p..

A declaration from the harmles & innocent people of God called Quakers.: Against all plotters and fighters in the world...And also something in answer to that clause of the Kings late proclamation, which mentions the Quakers, to clear them from the plot and fighting.
Fox, George,
[London, . Printed for Robert Wilson.... 1660]. 8 p..

A declaration from the harmles & innocent people of God, called Quakers, against all plotters and fighters in the world: for the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdome, concerning wars and fightings, and also something in answer to that clause of the King's late proclamation, which mentions the Quakers, to clear them from the plot and fighting, which therein is mentioned : and for the clearing their innocency this declaration was given unto the King, upon the 21 day of the 11th Month, 1660.
Fox, George,
[London. s.n.,. 1660]. 8 p..

¬A¬ declaration from the harmless and innocent people of God, called Quakers
Fox, George
London. 1660.

¬A¬ declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God, called, Quakers
Fox, George
"3." ed.. London. Wislon. 1660. 8 S..

A Declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God called Quakers: against all plotters and fighters in the world ... this declaration was given unto the King upon the 21th day of the 11th moneth, 1660.
Fox, George,
London. Reprinted by John Bringhurst ...,. 1684.. 7, [1] p..

A Declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God called Quakers: against all sedition, plotters & fighters in the world, for the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdome coerning wars and fightings.
Fox, George,
[London?. s.n.,. 1684?]. 7, [1] p..

A declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God, called Quakers, against all sedition, plotters & fighters in the world.: For the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdome, concerning wars and fightings.
[n.p., . 1684?]. 7, [1] p..

¬A¬ declaration from the people of God, called Quakers
[London]. [1670?]. 1 S..

¬A¬ declaration, made and published by the King of France, vvhereby the princes, dukes, and barons therein named, are all proclaymed traytors, if within one moneth after the publication thereof, they doe not ceasse from armes, and personally present themselues vnto his Maiestie: Published the 6. of August 1620. Stylo nouo. Faithfully translated according to the French copie
Louis <XIII>
S.l.. [Printed by John Beale?]. 1620.

A Declaration made at Bodmin in the county of Cornvvall the 21. of November, 1643: by the high-sheriffe, justices of the peace, His Majesties commissioners, gentlemen, & the grand-iury, constables, and freeholders of the said covnty : with their generall and unanimous consents, and so entred in the session rolls, to be kept in record for the satisfaction of all men, concerning the legality of their proceedings in the present wars, in the raising men, money, armes, & amunition for the defence of our religion, laws, and liberty of the subject, and to suppresse all rebells, and specially, now these of the town of Plimouth, to reduce them to loyall obedience
Oxford. Printed by Leonard Lichfield ...,. February 3, 1643. [2], 6 p.

¬A¬ declaration made by King James, in Scotland; concerning, church-government, and presbyters
Adamson, Patrick ; James <I>
S.l.. Now printed, in English and Scotch; for Matthew Walbancke, at Grays-Inne gate. 1646.

A declaration made by the Right Honourable the Earle of Bath one of His Majesties commissioners of array to the whole country of Devonshire with their answer thereunto annexed: also the manner how the said Earle of Bath endeavoured to put the commission of array in execution at Southmoulton in Devonshire and how his men were driven out of the town by the inhabitants thereof : whereunto is added a true relation of the great battle between Prince Robert and the Parliaments forces at Worcester : with their happy victory over his cavaliers.
Bath, Henry Bourchier,
... London. Printed for John Wright,. Septemb. 29 [1642]. [8] p..

A Declaration of all the passages at the taking of Portsmovth: shewing the reasons why it was surrendred up to the committee of both Houses of Parliament : together with a true copy of the articles agreed upon between the committee and Colonell Goring.
London. Printed for John Sweeting ...,. Septemb. 15, 1642.. 8 p..

A declaration of an order for making cases for ballaunces
London. Barker. [1588].

A declaration of an order for the making of certaine small cases for ballaunces and waightes to weigh all maner of golde coynes currant within the realme: prouided to be solde to all persons that shall haue cause to vse the same, which haue bene viewed by the wardens and assistants of the Companie of the Goldsmiths in London here vnder named, limmiting the sundry prices thereof, according to their seuerall quantities ..
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker [i.e. B. Norton and J. Bill] ...,. [ca. 1618]. 1 broadside.

A declaration of conservative principles: adopted at the Convention of Conservatives, sponsored by the Independent American Newspaper, Chicago, Illinois, April 15, 1961.
New Orleans, La.. Conservative Society of America,. c1961.. 1 folded sheet ([6] p.) ;.

A declaration of financial independence
Grandbouche, John
Sewanee/TN. Judd. 1983. 206 S..
ISBN 0-911805-03-6

A declaration of former passages and proceedings betwixt the English and the Narrowgansets, with their confederates,: wherein the grounds and iustice [sic] of the ensuing ware are opened and cleared. : Published, by order of the Commissioners for the United Colonies. At Boston the 11 of the sixth month 1645
Winthrop, John,
[Cambridge, Mass.. Printed by Stephen Day,. 1645]. 7, [1] p. ;.

A declaration of General Monck touching the King of Scots, and his proclamation: published by sound of trumpet, at the head of each regiment, upon his marching with nine thousand horse and foot for Berwick : with the engagement taken, andubscribed by the Scottish lords, knights, and gentlemen, and the warrants and commissions, sent from Sir Arthur Haslerigg, and the rest of the Parliaments commissioners at Portsmouth, to the high sheriffs of the western counties.
Albemarle, George Monck, ; Charles
London. Printed for Nathaniel Bradley,. 1659.. 7 p..

A declaration of His Electoral Highness, the Duke of Brandenburgh, concerning the present war with France: directing his subjects ... how they are to demean themselves in their trading, negotiation, and all incident occasions during the present war. As also, A letter sent from the Imperial Diet at Ratisbon to the thirteen cantons in Switzerland, March 7, 1689, exhorting them to adhere to His Imperial Majesty ... in the present war against France.
Frederick
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell ...,. 1689.. 18, [2] p. ;.

A declaration of His Excellency Robert E. of Warwick Lord High Admirall of England: concerning the uniting of the two navies, and restoring of the Kings Majesty, the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and the rest of the royall issue to their just rights and privledges. And his resolution touching all those who endeavour to obstruct the treaty, and hinder the setling of truth, and happy peace, in this unsetled church and kindome. With His Majesties last and finall propositions to all loyall and reasonable subjects. Subscribed Charles R
Warwick, Robert Rich
S.l.. Printed for satisfaction of all those who desire peace. 1648.

A declaration of His Highnes setting forth, on the behalf of the Commonwealth, the justice of their cause against Spain.: Engelands Manifest eller Forklaring aff Hans Höyhed Herr Protector, med hans Raads Adviis, aabenbarendis deris raetferdige Sag imod Spanien. Aff den engelske Original udsat paa Danske aff Pieter Pietersen Kierteminde.
<S.l.>, . 1656..

A declaration of His Highnes setting forth, on the behalf of the Commonwealth, the justice of their cause against Spain.: Manifest oder Erklärung vorgebracht bey Seiner Hochheit dem Protector Olivier Cromwel, von seinen Räthen, in dem Nahmen der Republic, die Gerechtigkeit derselben gegen Spanien betreffend. Auss der engellñdishen in die hochdeutsche Spraach : übersetzt.
<S.l.>, . 1655..

A declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector and the Parlam'ent [sic] of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland, & Ireland, for a day of solemn fasting & humiliation in the three nations
Cromwell, Oliver
London. Printed by William du-Gard, and Henry Hill, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector. 1654. 4 p..

A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure: in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie
James
Imprinted at London. By Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill ...,. M.DC.XIX [1619]. [2], 29, [1] p.

A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie.
James ; Barker, Robert,
Imprinted at London. By Robert Barker ...,. anno 1610.. [2], 29, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration of his majesties cleare intention, in requiring the ayde of his subjects, in that way of loane now intended: [Denying rumours that forced loans will replace parliament as a source of supply]
Charles <Great Britain, King, I.>
[Verordnung vom 7. Oktober 1626. - Anr. issue]. London. Norton a. Bill. 1626. 1 S..

A declaration of His Majesties royall pleasure,: in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserve himselfe in matter of bountie.
James
London, . R. Barker,. 1610.. [2]p. p1(B., 29p., ll..

¬A¬ declaration of his majesties royall pleasure, [how] to enlarge, or reverse himselfe in matter of bountie
James <Great Britain, King, I.>
London. Norton a. Bill. 1619. 32 S..

A declaration of interdependence: why America should join the world
Hutton, Will,
New York. W. W. Norton,. 2003.. xvi, 319 s..

A declaration of John Durie, a minister of Jesus Christ to witness the gospell of peace: wherein he doth make known the truth of his way and comportment in all these times of trouble : and how he hath endeavoured to follow peace and rightusness therein innocently towards all : that the offences taken against him, through the mis-constructio331 Bar activities
Dury, John,
[Chicago, Ill.]. The Association,. 1968-1974.. 7 v..

A declaration of John Durie, a minister of Jesus Christ to witness the gospell of peace: wherein he doth make known the truth of his way and comportment in all these times of trouble : and how he hath endeavoured to follow peace and rightusness therein innocently towards all : that the offences taken against him, through the mis-construction of some, of his actions may be removed : and the work of peace and unity amongst the Protestant churches at home and abroad advanced in due time.
Dury, John,
London. [s.n],. 1660.. [2], 28 p..

A declaration of Mr. David Jenkins: now prisoner in the Tower of London, one of His Majesties judges in Wales, for trials, murthers, felonies and all other capitall crimes that they ought only to be by juries and not otherwise unlesse it by Act of Parliament.
Jenkins, David,
[London. s.n.],. 1647.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A declaration of rights,: also, the Constitution or form of government agreed to, and resolved upon, by the representatives of the freemen of the State of Frankland, elected and chosen for that particular purpose, in convention assembled, at Greenville, the 14th of November, 1785
Philadelphia:. Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head.,. M.DCC.LXXXVI. [1786]. vi, [1], 8-23, [1] p. ;.

A declaration of rights, made by the representatives of the freemen of North-Carolina
Newbern [N.C.]:. Printed by Hodge and Blanchard.,. [1787]. 4 p. ;.

¬A¬ declaration of severall observations to the reader
London. Coe. 1646.