BOOKS & PAMPHLETS -U,V-
Urquhart, David: Progress of Russia in the west, north, and south, by opening the sources of opinion and appropriating channels of wealth and power. 3. ed. London, Trübner, 1853. lxx, 438 p. 1 map.
Vanderlint, Jacob: Money answers all things. Or, an essay to make money sufficiently plentiful amongst all ranks of people, and increase our foreign and domestick trade; fill the empty houses with inhabitants, encourage the marriage state, lessen the number of hawkers and pedlars, and in a great measure, prevent giving long credit and making bad debts in trade. Likewise shewing, the absurdity of going to war about trade; and the most likely method to prevent the clandestine exportation of our wool; and also to reduce the national debts and ease the taxes. London, T. Cox, 1734. ii, 168 p. (The following pages missing.)
Vansittart, Nicholas: An inquiry into the state of the finances of Great Britain; in answer to Mr. Morgan’s facts. 2. ed. London, J. Owen, 1796. 75 p. 8 tab. (In; Peace and reform.)
Vaughan: see, A select collection.
Vermorel, A.: Mirabeau. Sa vie, ses opinions et ses discours. Tom. I-V en 1 vol. Tom. I: Paris, Librairie de la Bibliothèque nationale, 1873. 190 p. Tom. II: Paris, Bureaux de la Publication, 1871. 190 p. Tom. III: Paris, Librairie de la Bibliothèque nationale, 1872. 189 p. Tom. IV: Paris, Bureaux de la Publication, 1871. 190 p. Tom. V: Paris, Bureaux de la Publication, n.d. 186 p. (Bibliothèque nationale.)
Villiers, Charles Pelham: The speeches of Charles Pelham Villiers, Esq., Sir W. Molesworth, The Marquis of Chandos, and Sir Henry Parnell, on the corn laws, delivered in the House of Commons, on Thursday, March 15th, 1838. London, H. Hooper, 1838. 31 p.
_______ : On the corn-laws. The speech of Hon. C. P. Villiers, M. P., in the House of Commons, on Wednesday, 1st of April, 1840. Extracted from Hansard’s parliamentary debates. 1840. 55 p.
_______ : Corn laws. Speech of C. P. Villiers, Esq., M. P., in the House of Commons, Tuesday, May 26, 1840. London, Printed by permission of the proprietors of “The mirror of Parliament,” 1840. 32 p.
_______ : The speech of the Hon. C. P. Villiers, M. P. on submitting his motion for a total repeal of the corn laws, in the House of Commons, Friday February 18th, 1842. 47 p.
_______ : Speech of the Hon. C. P. Villiers, M. P. on submitting his motion for a total repeal of the corn laws, in the House of Commons, Tuesday May 9th 1943. Extracted from Hansard’s parliamentary debates. 1843. 45 p.
_______ : Speech of the Hon. C. P. Villiers, M. P., on submitting his resolutions respecting the abolition of the corn laws, in the House of Commons, Tuesday, June 25th, 1844. Extracted from Hansard’s parliamentary debates. 1844. 72 p.
_______ : Charles Pelham Villiers and the repeal of the corn laws. Reprinted from the Westminster Review for July, 1883. London, Trübner, 1883. 43 p.
Vincent: Short hints upon levelling. Extracted from Dr. Vincent’s discourse, addressed to the people of Great-Britain. Canterbury, Simmons, Kirkby & Jones, 1793. 12 p.
Vogt, Carl: Studien zur gegenwärtigen Lage Europas. Genf u. Bern, Selbet-Verlag des Verfassers, 1859. x, 134 S.
_______ : See, Demokratische Studien.
Vorländer, Franz: Geschichte der philosophischen Moral, Rechts- und Staas-Lehre der Engländer und Franzosen mit Einschluss Machiavell’s und einer kurzen Uebersicht der moralischen und socialen Lehren der neueren Zeit überhaupt. Marburg, Elwert’sche Universitäts-Buchhandlung, 1855. xvi, 704 S.
Vyvyan, R. R.: Cornwall election. Speech of Sir R.R. Vyvyan, Bart. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 11 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)