Devil Sermons : The necessity and advantage of an early victory over Satan : with some rules for the obtaining it : in a sermon reached to an auditory in London / by T. Cruso.; Cruso, Timothy,
Devil Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Tvvo sermons vpon 1. Peter 5. vers .8. and 9 : Wherein is shewed that the diuell is to be resisted only by a stedfast faith, how soeuer he commeth either against soule or body: and that whosoeuer hath once attained the true and liuelie faith, it can neuer be vtterly lost, but he is sure to get the victorie. By M. George Giffard, Preacher of the worde of God at Mauldon in Essex.; Gifford, George,
Devil Turnd Round Head : A Short, compendious, and true description of the round-heads and the long-heads shag-polls briefly declared, with the true discovery both of the time and place of both their originall
Devizes England History Early Works To 1800 : A letter concerning the storming and delivering up of the castle of the Devises : unto Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, for the service of the King and Parliament. Sent to Mr. Samuel Bedford, Scout-master Generall to the Committee of Both Kingdoms. Read in the House of Commons, and commanded to be printed, by William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the said House.; Norton, Ralph,
Devolution War Of 1667 1668 Early Works To 1800 : Bouclier d'estat et de justice contre le dessein manifestament découvert de la monarchie universelle sous le vain pretexte des pretentions de la reyne de France. English; Lisola, François Paul,
Devon England : Report and transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.; Devonshire Association.
Devon England Commerce : The Reasons humbly offered to consideration, why the incorporating the whole trade of the woollen manufactures of this kingdom to the company called the Merchant-Adventurers of England, is and will prove more and more detrimental as to the country in general, so especially to the county of Devon and city of Exon. : And also how a frank and free trade to all English merchants, will be far more advantagious to the whole land.
Devon England Earls Of : Charters of the Redvers family and the Earldom of Devon, 1090-1217 / eedited with an introduction by Robert Bearman.
Devon England Languages : Specimens of English dialects. b I. Devonshire. An Exmoor scolding and Courtship / edited by F. T. Elworthy, esq. II. Westmoreland. A bran new wark. Edited by the Rev. Professor Skeat.
Devon England Politics And Government : The protestation taken by the commissioners of Cornwall and Devon, at Stone-house neare Plymouth on the 5 of March, 1642 : with their propositions, replies and answers.