Delivery Of Goods Early Works To 1800 : The merchants daily companion: or, The shop-keepers speculum, for the year 1700: : being leap-year. Wherein is contained, all useful and necessary matter for a daily kallender; as also a very true, exact, and perfect account of all the carriers, waggoners, stage-coaches, &c. that come to London, Westminster and Southwark, from all parts of England and Wales; with the place they inn at, and the time of their setting out: all the carriers being lately, truly and rightly placed. To which is added, the day and place where goods may be sent by water to several parts of England. All curiously corrected and amended, from the gross mistakes that were made by / by Richard Ball last year; and this year, in his sheet, which is printed with the two schemes at the top. By John Axford, student in Physick and Astrology, for these forty years.; Axford, John.
Delivery Of Goods France : Mémoire ultérieur, dans lequel les négociants de Marseille exposent le préjudice qui doit être apporté à leur commerce particulier, & à celui du royaume [electronic resource] : par le privilége des méssageries, depuis l'arrêt du 9 août 1781.
Delivery Of Goods Mathematical Models : The vehicle routing problem [electronic resource] : latest advances and new challenges / edited by Bruce L. Golden, S. Raghavan, Edward A. Wasil.; Golden, Bruce L.
Dell Francis 1843 1928 : Voyages under sail : 1864 - Eagle Speed from Gravesend to Auckland, New Zealand (127 days); 1867 - SS Great Britain from Melbourne to Liverpool (57 days, a record) : from the log of Francis Dell / edited by Allen Pearson.; Dell, Francis,
Dell George 1606 : The most cruell and bloody murther committed by an Inkeepers wife, called Annis Dell, and her sonne George Dell, foure yeeres since : On the bodie of a childe, called Anthony Iames in Bishops Hatfield in the countie of Hartford, and now most miraculously reuealed by the sister of the said Anthony, who at the time of the murther had her tongue cut out, and foure yeeres remayned dumme and speechlesse, and now perfectly speaketh, reuealing the murther, hauing no tongue to be seen. With the seuerall vvitch-crafts, and most damnable practises of one Iohane Harrison and her daughter vpon seuerall persons, men and women at Royston, who were all executed at Hartford the 4 of August last past. 1606.
Dell William 1664 Baptismon Didache : A plea for the vse of gospell ordinances: : against the practice and opinions of certain men of these times. Unto which is added by way of an illustrious instance; a vindication of the ordinance of baptisme: against Mr. Dels booke, entituled The doctrine of baptismes. Wherein it's proved that the ordinance of baptism is of gospel institution, and by divine appointment, to continue of use in the Church, to the end of the world. / By Hen: Laurence Esq;.; Lawrence, Henry,
Dell William 1664 Building And Glory Of The Truely Christian And Spirit : A vindication of certaine citizens that lately went to the leaguer, then before Oxford, or, Their answer to some prevaricating passages, inserted in an epistle, lately published by William Dell, minister of the Gospel. : Occasioned, by their attesting his delivering of certain positions, in a sermon at the leaguer, here set down, they being thereunto called by the House of Lords. Published by authoritie.
Dell William 1664 Stumbling Stone : A sermon, preached at St. Marie's in the University of Cambridge May 1st, 1653. Or, An essay to the discovery of the spirit of enthusiasme and pretended inspiration, that disturbs and strikes at the universities: / by Joseph Sedgwick, Mr. of Arts, and Fellow of Christs Coll: in the University of Cambridge. Together with an appendix, wherein Mr. Del's Stumblingstone is briefly repli'd unto: and a fuller discourse of the use of universities and learning upon an ecclesiasticall account, submitted by the same authour to the judgement of every impartial and rational Christian.; Sedgwick, Joseph,
Dell William 1664 Stumblingstone : A sermon, preached at St. Marie's in the University of Cambridge, May 1st, 1653, or, An essay to the discovery of the spirit of enthusiasme and pretended inspiration, that disturbs and strikes at the universities / by Joseph Sedgwick ... ; together with an appendix, wherein Mr. Del's Stumblingstone is briefly repli'd unto, and a fuller discourse of the use of universities and learning upon an ecclesiasticall account, submitted ...; Sedgwick, Joseph,