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Fri Mar 21 17:08:29 2014 UTClccn-n881405560.10[London],0.821.00A Bill intituled, An Act to dissolve the marriage of Corbyn Morris ... with Elizabeth Fanshawe his now wife; and to enable him to marry again; and for other purposes therein mentioned22513776n 881405562265118Author of A letter from a by-stander, 1710-1779Author of Letter from a by-stander, 1710-1779By-stander, 1710-1779Gentleman of Cambridge, 1710-1779Letter from a by-stander, Author of, 1710-1779Morris, Corbyn, -1779Morris, Corbyn, d. 1779lccn-n90602593Pelham, Henry1695?-1754lccn-n50081484Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-HollesDuke of1693-1768lccn-no91026257Powis, Henry Arthur HerbertEarl of1703-1772lccn-n79059583Clifford, James L.(James Lowry)1901-1978lccn-n79063282Great BritainArmylccn-n79006861Great BritainRoyal Navylccn-n79092555Congreve, William1670-1729np-a letter from a by stander, author ofA Letter from a by-stander, Author oflccn-n81059903Bath, William PulteneyEarl of1684-1764lccn-n50024509Walpole, RobertEarl of Orford1676-1745Morris, Corbyn1710-1779Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryStatistics‡vVitalGreat BritainMarine insurancePolitical scienceMilitary readinessEconomic historyCommerceFinance, PublicWit and humorComedyFranceInsuranceCommercial policyEngland--LondonRevenuePopulationRidiculeSatireMoney supplyEconomic policyCoinageMortalityInternational economic relationsExportsIrelandBalance of tradeImportsColonies--CommerceArmed ForcesFinanceAnglo-French War (1755-1763)EconomicsAdministration of estatesAccountingGreat Britain.--ArmyPowis, Henry Arthur Herbert,--Earl of,Precious metalsCurrency questionGreat Britain.--Royal NavyCivil listWalpole, Robert,--Earl of Orford,Pelham, Henry,Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles,--Duke of,International relationsMorris, Corbyn,Armed Forces--Appropriations and expendituresBookkeepingExecutive powerRepresentative government and representationMonarchy171017791741174217431744174717511755175717581759176117631770177118031947196719701972200520102013406680344808.7HB151ocn00412792783454ocn065345571file17410.81Morris, CorbynA letter from a by-stander to a member of Parliament wherein is examined what necessity there is for the maintenance of a large regular land-force in this island, what proportions the revenues of the crown have born to those of the people, at different periods from the Restoration to His present Majesty's accession, and whether the weight of power in the regal or popular scale now preponderatesHistory52235ocn065345452com17430.84Morris, CorbynA letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Carte, author of the Full answer to the Letter from a bystanderHistory30922ocn083444213book17440.73Morris, CorbynAn essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humour, raillery, satire, and ridicule. To which is added, an analysis of the characters of an humourist ... By the author of a letter from a by-standerCriticism, interpretation, etc29424ocn083423970file17470.86Morris, CorbynAn essay towards deciding the important question whether it be a national advantage to Britain to insure the ships of her enemies? Addressed to the Right Honorable [sic] Henry Pelham, Esq; By the author of A letter from a bystander28323ocn065347025file17470.84Morris, CorbynAn essay towards illustrating the science of insurance wherein it is attempted to fix, by precise calculation, several important maxims upon this subject : to solve various problems, and cases of contest, and particularly to balance, whether it be nationally advantageous to insure the ships of our foreign enemies : addressed to the Right Hon. Henry Pelham, Esq.26915ocn065347275file17570.84Morris, CorbynA letter balancing the causes of the present scarcity of our silver coin, and the means of immediate remedy, and future prevention of this evil addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Powis24012ocn065349445file17580.84Morris, CorbynFurther considerations on our insurance of the French commerce, in the present juncture addressed to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle22312ocn000779766book19470.86Morris, CorbynAn essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humour, raillery, satire, and ridicule : (1744)Criticism, interpretation, etc1938ocn065354307file17710.81Morris, CorbynRemarks upon Mr. Mills's proposals for publishing a survey of the trade of Great-Britain, Ireland, and the British colonies comprehending also some observations upon the general balance of trade, upon the national debt, and public credit of this country : with other important articles12212ocn642712198file17590.73Morris, CorbynA plan for arranging and balancing the accounts of landed estates Inscribed to the Honourable Charles Yorke, Esq ; solicitor general. By Corbyn Morris, Esq12110ocn065348612file17510.81Morris, CorbynObservations on the past growth and present state of the city of London a bystanderStatistics Vital1205ocn065347089file17580.93Morris, CorbynAn essay towards deciding the question, whether Britain be permitted by right policy to insure the ships of her enemies? addressed to the Right Honourable Henry Pelham, Esq ; to which are now first added, Further considerations upon our insurance of the French commerce in the present juncture : addressed to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle1027ocn642765657file17510.76Morris, CorbynObservations on the past growth and present state of the city of London. To which are annexed, a complete table of the christnings [sic] and burials within this city from 1601 to 1750 ... By the author of A letter from a bystander609ocn722556025com17710.81Morris, CorbynRemarks upon Mr. Mills's Proposals for publishing A survey of the trade of Great-Britain, Ireland, and the British colonies. Comprehending also some observations upon the general balance of trade ... By Corbyn Morris596ocn083464734com17580.84Morris, CorbynAn essay towards deciding the question, whether Britain be permitted by right policy to insure the ships of her enemies? Addressed to the Right Honourable Henry Pelham ... To which are now first added, further considerations upon our insurance of the French commerce571ocn642570379file17580.56Morris, CorbynAn essay towards deciding the question whether Britain be permitted by right policy to insure the ships of her enemies? Addressed to the Right Honorable Henry Pelham, Esq ; To which are now first added, further considerations Upon our Insurance of the French Commerce In the present juncture. Addressed to his Grace the Duke of New Castle361ocn006068325book17420.79Bath, William PulteneyA proper answer to The By-Stander. Wherein is shewn I. That there is no Necessity for, but infallible Ruin in the Maintenance of a large regular (or mercenary) Land Force in this Island. II. That by keeping up a Standing Army for preventing an Invasion, we shall at last render it certain and successful. III. That Publick Credit is now upon a more stable Foundation than ever it was before the Year 1734, and can be ruined by nothing but bad Oeconomy, Temporary Expedients, and Loss of Trade. IV. That endeavouring to revive Parties or Factions long since extinguished, in order to divert the Attention of the People from present Mischiefs or Dangers, is a most wicked Attempt. And V. That the Weight of Political Power is now taken almost entirely from the Popular and thrown into the Regal Scale253ocn023468759book17510.97Morris, CorbynObservations on the past growth and present state of the city of London to which are annexed, a complete table of the christnings [sic] and burials within this city from 1601 to 1750, both years inclusive : together with a table of the numbers which have annually died of each disease from 1675 to the present time, and also a further table representing the respective numbers which have annually died of each age from 1728 to this year : from which is particularly attempted to be shewn the increasing destruction of infants and adults in this city ...HistoryStatistics Vital192ocn004127927book17580.96Morris, CorbynAn essay towards deciding the question, whether Britain be permitted by right policy to insure the ships of her enemies? : addressed to the Right Honorable Henry Pelham, Esq191ocn004661689book19670.79Morris, CorbynAn essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humor, raillery, satire, and ridicule (1774)Criticism, interpretation, etc11ocn270132552book17630.10Bute, John Stuart[London]Ordering payment of a quarter's salary to Corbyn Morris11ocn079278284book17471.00Great BritainA Bill intituled, An Act to dissolve the marriage of Corbyn Morris ... with Elizabeth Fanshawe his now wife; and to enable him to marry again; and for other purposes therein mentioned11ocn080710800book17471.00Great BritainAn Act to dissolve the marriage of Corbyn Morris ... with Elizabeth Fanshawe his now wife; and to enable him to marry again; and for other purposes therein mentionedFri Mar 21 15:36:13 EDT 2014batch19881