Farmborow Nicholas : Fundamenta grammatices: or, the foundation of the Latin tongue in two parts : The first being an explanation of the eight parts of speech; with a most easie method for the declining of nouns, terminating the declensions, comparing of adjectives, conjugating of verbs, &c. The second being a methodical examination and explanation of Propria quæ maribus, Quæ genus and As in præsenti, both fitted to the meanest capacity; with the meaning of all the rules in syntaxis, with the particular examples of each rule applied; with a dictionariolum or index thereunto annexed, for the more ready use, benefit and ease of all those that desire to be instructed in the Latin tongue. By Nich. Farmborow schoolmaster of Watford.
Farmer Edward Active 1645 : A more particular and exact relation of the victory obtained by the Parliaments forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax. : Wherein divers things very considerable are mentioned, which before are omitted in the severall relations formerly published. Being two letters / the one written by G.B. a gentleman in the army, unto Lievtenant Colonell Roe, Scoutmaster Generall for the city of London. The other by Colonell Okey to a citizen of London. With the true coppy of a letter of the regaining of Leicester.
Farmer Edward L : Comparative history of civilizations in Asia / Edward L. Farmer ... [et al.].