Armada 1588 Poetry : Carmen in serenissimæ Reginæ Elizabethæ Natalitia, classem Hispanicam ab ipsa devictam, & conspirationem papisticam antiquam & modernam = A song upon the birthsday of Queen Elizabeth, the Spanish Armado [sic], the Gun-Powder-Treason, and the late Popish Plot.; Salgado, James,
Armada 1588 Songs And Music Early Works To 1800 : A song of deliverance for the lasting remembrance of Gods wonderful works never to be forgotten. : Containing in it the wonderful defeat of the Spanish armado, anno, 1588, the woful plague, anno 1603. Soon upon the entrance of King James of famous memory unto the crown of England. With the discovery of the powder plot, anno 1605 and down fall of Black Fryers, when an hellish crew of papists met to hear Drury a popish priest, an. 1623. Also the grievous plague, anno, 1625 with poems both Latin and English and the verses of that learned Theodore Beza / by that reverend and eminent man of God, Mr. John Wilson, formerly Christs faithful shepherd in Sudbury, in Suffolk in Great Britain, where these heavenly poems, and spiritual songs were compiled and at London printed, anno 1626 since pastor to the first Church of Christ in Boston in New-England. For the sake of several who have much desired to see and read this work, it is reprinted.; Wilson, John,
Armadillos : Development and histology of the integrument of the nine-banded armadillo.; Wilson, Charlie Woodruff.
Armagh Armagh Northern Ireland History : A letter sent out of Ireland : to one Mr. Bell a merchant at this time living in St. Thomas Apostles : being a true relation of the present estate of Ireland as it now stands under the present persecution of the papists : also their carriage towards Dublin an their cruell and most ty [sic] tyrnnicall buring of Armath : sent over by a gentleman from Ireland unto a worthy merchant of this citie in a letter : the which letter was openly read on Friday last upon the Royall Exchange in London, and the contents confirmed by a gentleman who but lately arrived from Ireland and was spectator of most of those bloody and tragicall proceedings.; Farmer, Jacob,
Armagh Northern Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : A letter sent out of Ireland. : To one Mr. Bell, a merchant, at this time living in St. Thomas Apostles. Being, a true relation of the present estate of Ireland, as it now stands under the present persecution of the papists. Also, their carriage towards Dublin, and their cruell and most ty-tyranicall [sic] burning of Armath. Sent over by a gentleman from Ireland, unto a worthy merchant of this citie in a letter, the which letter was openly read on Friday last, upon the Royall Exchange in London, and the contents confirmed by a gentleman, who but lately arrived from Ireland, and was spectator of most of those bloody and tragicall proceedings.; Farmer, Jacob,