Atwood Elizabeth 1673 : A sermon preached at the funeral of that eminently vertuous and pious gentlewoman, Mrs. Elizabeth Atwood, relict of John Atwood, late of Bromfield in the county of Essex, Esquire, who was there interred December 24, 1673 / by William Alchorne ...; Alchorne, William.
Atwood William 1705 Jani Anglorum Facies Nova : A fvll and clear answer to a book, written by William Petit Esq., printed in the year 1680 : by which it appears, that he hath mistaken the meaning of the histories and records he hath cited, and misapplyed them : and that he hath added to, or taken from them, or left unrecited such words and matters as he thought would either advance, or destroy his assertion : with a true historical account of the famous colloqvivm or Parliament, 49 Hen. III, and a glossary, expounding some few words used frequently in our antient records, laws and historians : together with some animadversions upon a book, called, Jani Anglorvm facies nova.; Brady, Robert,
Aubigny Beraud Stuart 1447 1508 : The memorie of the most worthie and renowmed Bernard Stuart, Lord D'Aubigni renewed : VVhereunto are added vvishes presented to the Prince at his creation. By Walter Quin, seruant to his Highnesse.; Quin, Walter.
Aubrey John 1626 1697 Monumenta Britannica : Proposals for printing Monumenta Britannica, written by Mr. John Aubrey, fellow of the Royal Society : viz., I.1. Tempala Druidum, 2. A review, 3. Religion and manners of the Druids, II. 1. Camps, 2. Castles, 3. Military architecture of the old times, 4. Roman towns, 5. Pits, 6. Horns, III. 1. Barrows, 2. Urnes, 3. Sepulchres, 4. Ditches, 5. High-ways. 6. Roman pavements, 7. Coines, 8. Embanking and draining ...
Aubry Mary 1687 : An account of the manner, behaviour and execution of Mary Aubry, who was burnt to ashes, in Leicester Fields, on Friday the 2d day of March, 1687 for the barbarous and inhumane murther, committed on the body of Dennis Aubry, her husband, in the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, on the 27th of January last. And the same day, Daniel Sconley was executed at Tyburn
Auctions Scotland Edinburgh Catalogues Early Works To 1800 : A catalogue of books : being the apendix promised in the last catalogue which are to be sold by way of auction the last day of March being on Friday. The books are to be seen three dayes before the day sale, from ten till 12 in the forenoon, and from 2 to 5 in the afternoon, in the Parliament-Closs, the highest story of the Kirk Heugh stairs where a placad [sic] will be affixed on the entry of the stairs and as ye enter the House. The catalogue are to had [sic] at Alexander Hendersons shop, book-seller in the Locken-booths. The time of sale is betwixt 10 and 12 in the forenoon 2 and 6 in the afternoon.