Athletics Bibliographies : The guide to British track and field literature 1275-1968 / by Peter Lovesey and Tom McNab.; Lovesey, Peter.
Athletics Encyclopedias : Encyclopedia of international sports studies / edited by Roger Bartlett, Chris Gratton, Christer Rolf.
Athletics England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Annalia Dubrensia : Vpon the yeerely celebration of Mr. Robert Douers Olimpick games vpon Cotswold-hills. Written by Michaell Drayton. Esq. Iohn Trussell. Gent. ... Thomas Heywood. Gent.
Athlone Castle Ireland : Very sad newes from Ireland, : two strong garrisons taken from the rebels: [brace] Mariborough Fort, and the Castle of Athlone. A thovsand Protestants, men women and children, at the mercy of the bloody rebels. Besides the losse of the Lord Dillon, Viscount Castlelon, Sir William Gilburt and his son, 4. ministers, and divers officers. With lists of their names, and particulars of the losses in either of the garisons, and the names of the chief rebels, and their places. A remonstrance of the Protestant clergy in Ireland, and the fortifying of Dublin by the Marquesse of Ormond. October 25. 1646. These papers concerning Ireland are printed and published according to order.; N. T.
Athlone Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : An account of the taking Athlone. : In a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London, dated July 5th, 1691. Licens'd, July 17, 1691. Camp at Athlone, July the 5th, 1691.
Athlone Ireland History Sources Early Works To 1800 : By His Highness the Lord Protectors Council for the Affairs of Ireland. : His Highness Council having taken into consideration the length of time which the court appointed for the adjudication of the titles and qualifications of the Irish, have already spent at Athlone in prosecution of that service ...
Athlone Ireland Siege 1691 : An Exact account of the taking by storm, the English town of Athlone, June the 21st : in a letter from Dublin, June the 23th.
Atholl Duke Of : The manuscripts of the Duke of Athole and the Earl of Home.
Atholl John Murray Duke Of 1660 1724 : His Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland. : Together with the speeches of His Majesties High Commissioner; and the Lord High Chancellor of Scotland. At the opening of the sixth session of the Parliament. On Tuesday the eighth of September, 1696.; England and Wales.
Atik Anne : How it was : a memoir of Samuel Beckett.; Atik, Anne.
Atkin Thomas : A single and general voice, lifted up like a trumpet, : sounding forth the Lords controversie concerning London, with her governors, priests, and citizens that walk in the manners, customs, and way of the heathen, that know not the dreadful God who is Light among them, neither like to retain God ... With somewhat directed to the ear of Thomas Atkin, called, alderman of the said city; a reproof to his perverse and ungodly proceedings, message, and two letters from his hand answered, with a lamentable cry of the innocent, in and through a servant of the Church of the first born, in the inner-prison, called, the Hole, in the Poultery Counter in London. Also a letter from a servant of God in the said prison to Thomas Allen Mayor of the City. ... / By Daniel Baker.; D. B.
Atkins Edward : Orders in Council. 1671-11-08; England and Wales.
Atkins John 1688 : The last speech and confession of John Thompson, Richard Crook alias Hide, John Atkins alias Lush, Richard Stanley, Robert Wright, and Thomas Birch, for killing the two boys. : Who were executed at Tybourn, on Friday the 4th. of this instant May, 1688.; Thompson, John,
Atkins William 1601 1681 : The tryal and condemnation of two popish priests, Andrew Brommich and William Atkyns, for high treason at Stafford assizes, August 16, 1679 : with an account of the notable equivocation of some witnesses of the Romish Church there produced, and the reason thereof from their own authors : Mr. Stephen Dugdale, one of the grand evidences of the Popish plot being there present.; Bromwich, Andrew.
Atkinson Lucy 1820 1863 : South to the great steppe : the travels of Thomas and Lucy Atkinson in eastern Kazakhstan, 1847-1852.; Fielding, Nick,
Atkinson Simon : The lambs innocency defended, against lyes and slanders : In answer to a second reply of a priest, who is called a minister at Lazonby in Cumberland called Simon Atkinson, who hath shewed his wolfish nature against those people called Quakers; ranking them up with the papists; falsly accusing them of those things which they utterly detest; but his weapons is turned against himselfe by one of the campe of the God of Israel, whose eye is opened in measure, ... working in the shadow of reformation translated into a fairer forme springing from the old corrupt root; and to see the bickerings of the night-armie running on heaps now in the dawning of the day; and the uncircumcised in Heart and Ears in flying from the light, and repoose of the same: and from the alarum of the spirits trumpet which is founded vvithin, for the cutting downe of the man of sin, and for the quenching of his motions. Written in defence of the truth as it is in Jesus, by a foole to the wisdom of this world, who, according to measure, hath tasted and obtained of the wisdome; Helling, Joseph.
Atkinson Thomas : South to the great steppe : the travels of Thomas and Lucy Atkinson in eastern Kazakhstan, 1847-1852.; Fielding, Nick,
Atkyns Edward Sir 1630 1698 : A True testimony of what was done concerning the servants of the Lord, at the generall assizes, holden at Northampton the one and twentieth day of the fifth month 1655. : Where Edward Atkins sate judge of life and death, before whom was brought VVilliam Dewsberry, Ioseph Storr, Henry VVilliamson, Iohn VVhitehead, Marmaduke Storr, Thomas Cocket and Francis Ellington, ... and as neare as remembred, the substance of what the judge ... did express to the servants of the Lord, ... and though the judge could not gainsay the truth declared by them, nor read them a law that they had transgressed, yet were they not suffered to have the benefit of the law that murtherers and felons had, ... With a true discovery of the persecution of Iohn Huchin, Michael Petteson, and Thomas Goodayre, who is imprisoned in Northampton, for the truths sake, wherein the great enmity that is in Thomas Andrews, priest of Wellinborrow, and Thomas Pentlow, of Wilby called justice, and also of the magistrates of Northampton is made manifest. Also, the VVord of the Lord to the rulers and judges, and all that plot againt the righteous seed, the world in scorn calls quakers.
Atkyns Richard 1615 1677 : The vindication of Richard Atkyns Esquire : As also a relation of several passages in the western-war, wherein he was concern'd. Together, with certain sighs or ejaculations at the end of every chapter. Dedicated to his particular friends: and intended to no other.; Atkyns, Richard,