Adair Allan Sir 1897 1988 : A Guards' general : the memoirs of Major General Sir Allan Adair / edited by Oliver Lindsay.; Adair, Allan,
Adair John 1722 : Act of Parliament in favours of John Adair and Captain Slazer..; Scotland.
Adair John Approximately 1650 1722 : Unto his Grace, his Majesty's High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable, the Estates of Parliament. : The owners and masters of the ships belonging to the town of Borrowstounness, Grange-panns, and Queensferrie.
Adam Biblical Figure Fiction Early Works To 1800 : De la penitance Adam / Colard Mansion ; texte édité, présenté et annoté par Sylviane Messerli d'après les manuscrits Paris, BNF, fr. 1837 et Paris, BNF, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal, ms. 5092.; Mansion, Colard,
Adamites Early Works To 1800 : A Nest of serpents discovered, or, A knot of old heretiques revived, called the Adamites : wherein their orginall, increase, and severall ridiculous tenets are plainly layd open.
Adamites England Early Works To 1800 : Bloudy newse from the north, and the ranting Adamites declaration concerning the King of Scotland, : with their new league, covenant, and protestation; their denying the great God of heaven, and burning his sacred vvord and Bible; the name of a new god by them chosen, and his speech and promise unto them; their new law and grand court; their arraignment and tryal, and a copy of the several articles and indictment; with the several sentences to be inflicted upon divers offenders, together with their names. Also, a bloudy plot discovered, concerning their resolution to murther all those that will not turn ranters; put in execution at York, to the astonishment and admiration of the reader, that shall diligently peruse this insuing subject, never beofre heard of. Published according to order.; Tilbury, Samuel.
Adams Charles Rector Of Great Baddow : A catalogue of the library of books, Latin and English, of the reverend and learned Mr. Charles Adams, late minister of Great Baddow, near Chelmsford in Essex: which will be exposed (to sale by way of auction, or out-cry, or who bids most) at the Black Boy-Inn in Chelmsford, on Friday the 16th of this instant November, 1683. By the appointment, and for the benefit of Mrs. Adams. Catalogues of which are given gratis to all clergymen, gentlemen, and others, that please to call or send to the Black-Boy-Inn, or to Mrs. Hart's Coffee-House in Chelmsford, or the Vicaridge-House of Great-Baddow above mentioned. 1683
Adams Elizabeth Mrs : Love and fear the inseperable twins of a blest matrimony: : charactarized in a sermon occasioned by the late nuptialls between Mr William Christmas and Mis Elizabeth Adams. Preached in St Dionis Back-Church by Nathanael Hardy Mr of Arts and preacher to that parish.; Hardy, Nathaniel,
Adams Hettie : William Street District Six / Hettie Adams & Hermoine Suttner.; Adams, Hettie.
Adams John 1673 Or 4 : A Full and true relation as well of the blovving up of the Ann frigat as also of the examination, tryal, and condemnation of John Adams, the gunner thereunto belonging : as the occasion of that accident by his default. For which he was on the 24th. of this instant December, sentenced by a councel of war to be hang'd.
Adams John Active 1674 : A strange and horrible relation of a bloody and inhumane murther commttted on the body of a Jewish vvoman, by the command of her father a Jewish priest. Or The bloody servant : being a full and true account of the tryal, condemnation, and execution, of the barbarious murther lately committed in Shropshire by one John Adams, who cut the throat first of Anne Harris, his masters wife, and afterwards of Sarah Harris her daughter, with a knife (as he said) given him for that purpose by the Devil, and then having robb'd them of what mony they had, set fire on the house.