Philoeusebias Misonebulonides : A second letter to Hilton, the grand informer against religious meetings : wherein his threatnings against constables are demonstrated to be vain : and the whole duty of those officers, in reference to that business, stated.
Philolaus Active 1589 : De caede et interitu Gallorum Regis, Henrici Tertii, valesiorum vltimi, epigrammata
Philopater F P : The nurse of pious thoughts : wherein is briefly shewed that the use which Roman Catholikes do make of sacred pictures, signes, and images is not idolatry or any other misdemeanour (as some imagine), but the nurse of pious thoughts and healthfull meditations / written by F.P. Philopater.
Philopatris Active 1606 : An humble petition offered to the right reuerend, honourable, and vvorshipfull estates of this present Parliament assembled ar [sic] Westminster Pallace : wherein the wandring ghost of the late pyramis demolished lately in París, discourseth his hard fortunes, trauailes, and strange accidents to the new Brittaine monarchie, to whom he wisheth all peace, wealth, and prosperitie. Written by Philopatris, pittying his downfall, and perswading his new erecting, and building vp againe in Westminster.
Philophilus : On the universally lamented death of the incomparable Dr. Short : a pindarick elegy.
Philopolite : The true Englishman, humbly proposing something to rid us of the plot in the state and of contentions in the church : wherein is shown how our King may be the happy healer of nations / by a Philopolite ; and published by his neighbour, Philotheus.
Philopolites P Sir : The grumbletonian crew reprehended : being reflections upon the ungrateful and unmannerly behaviour of that new-upstart sect: occasioned by the scrupling to take the new oath of allegiance. Together with some good advice, to such of them, as are yet capable of it; and not too far advanced towards Bedlam. By Sir P. Philopolites. With allowance.
Philoponos : The great exhibition of 1851, or, The wealth of the world in its workshops [electronic resource] : comparing the relative skill of the manufacturers, designers, and artisans of England with that of France, Belguim, Prussia, and other continental states / by Philoponos.
Philoponus John 6th Cent : Ioannes o Grammatikos Eis to peri geneseos, kai phthoras. Alexandros o Aphrodisieus Eis ta meteorologika. O autos Peri mixeos. Ioannes Grammaticus In libros de generatione, et interitu. Alexander Aphrodisiensis In meteorologica. Idem De mixtione / Philoponus, John, active 6th century.
Philopresbyter Britanus : Presbyterial government described, or, A methodical synopsis of it, as it is professed and practized in the Church of Scotland : gathered out of the confessions of faith, and other publick records of that church ... / by Britannus Philopresbyter.
Philoprotest : An excellent new poem upon the happy proceedings of Their Majesties royal army by sea and land : with a reflection upon the insulting Jacobites.
Philoroy Philopater : The traitors claim, or, A clear and impartial consideration of the security as to life, claimed by the condemned traitors now prisoners in the Tower of London, who rendred themselves, according to His Majesties proclamation, of the 8th of June 1660, by advice of the Lords and Commons, then assembled in Parliament : in a letter written August 20th 1661, to a Honourable member of the House of Commons now sitting in Parliament.
Philos : Handbook of Court-Martial Law (rev. ed.) / Philos.
Philosoph Shulamith : CLS book of squibs and cumulative index 1968-1977 / edited by S.E.Fox, W.A.Beach and S.Philosoph.