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.
Philosoph Shulamith : CLS book of squibs and cumulative index 1968-1977 / edited by S.E.Fox, W.A.Beach and S.Philosoph.
Philotus Laurentius : An excellent tretise, shevving suche perillous, and contagious infirmities, as shall insue. 1559. and .1566 : vvith the signes, causes, accidentes, and curatio, for the health of such as inhabit the. 7.8. and. 9. climat. compiled by Maister Michael Nostrodamus, Doctor in Phisicke, and translated into Englysh at the desire of Laurentius Philotus, Tyl.
Philpot John Master In Arts : A prospective-glasse for gamesters: or, A short treatise against gameing: : in which is contained a plaine and perfect manifestation of the inconveniencies, miseries and calamities which the user or practiser of unlawfull games doth bring upon himselfe, not onely in regard of his mortall body, but also upon his eternall soule. Wherein also these six evill consequences of gaming are exactly and pertinently handled, viz. [brace] Drunkennesse. Lying. Swearing. [double brace] Adultery. Poverty. Theevery. [brace] Written at the request of a gamester, upon his detestation of his former idle life and practice in this kind. / By John Philpot Master in Arts. Dedicated to the honest and judicious youngmen and apprentices of the honourable city of London. Published according to order.
Philpot Peter Constable : A Strange and true relation of a wonderful and terrible earth-quake, : that hapned at Hereford on Tuesday last, being the first of this present October, 1661. Whereby a church-steeple and many gallant houses were thrown down to the ground, and several of the inhabitants slain; with the terrible thunder-claps and violent storm of great hail-stones that then fell, which were about the bigness of an egge, many cattle thereby utterly destroyed as they were feeding in the field. Also, the prodigious and wonderful apparitions that were seen in the air, to the great amazement of all spectators, who beheld two perfect armes and hands: in the right-hand being graspt a great broad sword, and in the left, a bowl full of blood, from whence they heard a most strange and loud voice, to the wonderful astonishing of all present, the fright whereof causing divers women to fall in travel, amongst whom the clerks wife, named Margaret Pelmore, fell in labour, and brought forth three male-children, who had all teeth, and spake as soon as they were born, and presently after gave up the ghost and died together, the like having never been known before in any age! The truth hereof is witnessed by Francis Smalman, and Henry Cross, churchwardens. Peter Philpot. constable. [double brace] Nicholas Finch, Gent. James Tulley, Gent. George Cox, Robert Morris, Thomas Welford, &c.
Philpot Robert : The purple book [electronic resource] : a progressive future for Labour / edited by Robert Philpot.
Philpot Stephen Rowland : Carmen (29/07) / Bizet ; Faust (30/07) / Gounod ; Dante & Beatrice, followed by Paglicci (31/07) / Philpot, Leoncavallo ; Il trovatore (01/07) / Verdi ; Don Giovanni (02/08) / Mozart ; The tales of Hoffmann (03/08) / Offenbach ; The Bohemian girl (03/08) / Balfe.
Philpot Thomas : To His Highnesse the Lord Protector, and to the right honorable the representatives of the people assembled in Parliament : a preparative to the humiliation-day, on the eleventh of Octob. 1654.