Fairclough Richard 1594 1677 : The prisoners praises for their deliverance from the long imprisonment in Colchester. : On a day of publique thanksgiving set apart for that purpose by the gentlemen of the committee of Essex, who for their fidelity in serving their country were surprised by the enemie at Chelmesford. In a sermon upon the sixth, seventh, & eighth, verses, of the CXLIX. Psalm. / preached at Rumford Septemb. 28. 1648. By Samuel Fairclough, pastor of the congregation at Ketton in Suffolk.
Fairclough Richard 1621 1682 : A pastors legacy : to his beloved people: being the substance of fourteen farewel sermons. By a Somersetshire minister. Taken from his mouth by one of his hearers. Now revised, and published at the entreaty and charge of his parishioners.
Fairclough Stephen H : Advances in physiological computing [electronic resource] / Stephen Fairclough, Kiel Gilleade, editors
Fairebrother William 1612 Or 13 1681 : An essay of a loyal brest : in four copies of verses, viz. I. to His Majesty, Charles the 2d, II. to his two houses of Parliament, III. to his general, the Lord Monck, IV. to that his good angel, Madam Jane Lane / by William Fairebrother ...
Fairfax Blackerby : A discourse upon the uniting Scotland with England: : containing the general advantage of such an union to both kingdoms; the several ways of uniting nations; the difference of religion, laws, and nobility, &c., adjusted by the law of nature and the practice of all nations in such cases : with divers original papers deliver'd by the commissioners of both nations to one another about an union in 1667.
Fairfax Charles 1597 1673 : A true relation of the fight between Maior Gen. Lambert, and the Scots army neer Appleby, Iuly 24. 1648. : With a letter written from Colonell Charles Fairfax, touching the surrender of Thornhill House in Yorkshire, with all the armes and ammunition therein, for the service of the Parliament. Written to a member of the House of Commons. With the summons, answers, and replies from the said Colonel, and Governor thereof.
Fairfax Ernest : Calling all arms : the story of how a loyal company of British men and women lived through six historic years.
Fairfax Family : Arcana Fairfaxiana manuscripta : a manuscript volume of apothecaries' lore and housewifery nearly three centuries old, used, and partly written by the Fairfax family : reproduced in fac-simile of the handwritings.
Fairfax Ferdinando 2nd Baron Fairfax : A letter from ... Ferdinando, Lord Fairfax ... committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke ... with a relation of ... the great meeting at Yorke ... the 12 of this instant May ...
Fairfax Nathaniel 1637 1690 : A treatise of the bulk and selvedge of the world : wherein the greatness, littleness, and lastingness of bodies are freely handled : with an answer to Tentamine [sic] de Deo by S.P. ... / by N. Fairfax ...