Dillon Myles : The correspondence of Myles Dillon, 1922-1925 : Irish-German relations and Celtic studies / edited by Joachim Fischer & John Dillon.; Dillon, Myles.
Dillon William : Truth brought to light, or, The last words of a dying-man: : being the speech of William Dillon Esquire, executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662, for the death of J. Web, lately killed in a frey in Long-Acre.; Dillon, William.
Dimsdale William Quaker Converted : The Quaker converted to Christianity : re-established, upon the same, sure, safe, and only foundation, Jesus Christ crucified, and his righteousness imputed for justification : having yet no mind to change the sweet and easie Yoke of Christ's Gospel, for the Old Covenant-Yoke of Quakerism, which he found so burdensome and intolerable, or, A full reply to a book entituled, Rebellion rebuked written by John Crook and William Baily, both in the ministry among the Quakers / written by William Haworth ... ; with an account from William Dimsdale ...; Haworth, William.
Dine Robert 1677 : The Confession and execution of the seven prisoners suffering at Tyburn on Fryday the 4th of May, 1677 : viz, Robert Dine, William Dine, and Margaret Dine [brace] of Enfield, for barbarously wounding of Jane King, the sweet-heart of the said Robert, Margaret Spicer [brace] for murthering her bastard-childe, David Hackley, Jeremiah Dawson, and Mary Browne, [brace] all notorious offenders, and formerly burn'd in the hand for several felonies by them commited : together with their penitent behaviour in Newgate, since their condemnation, and last speeches at the place of execution.
Dinefwr Castle Wales : Dinefwr Castle, Dryslwyn Castle / Sian E. Rees and Chris Caple.; Rees, Sian E.
Dingley Robert 1619 1660 : With the light is fifteen priests, : (of the Isle of Wight reproved, who have joyned and subscribed their names together, (and printed) in publike view, declaring themselves to be ministers of Christ; yet confessing and largely demonstrating that they are dark sinful sinners of the Gentiles, living in obscurity, chained up in a cave of darkness, their light eclipsed, their eyes dim, their sloath great, their hearts begin to gather blackness, and are seised on with fear, and that their authority in preaching is marred by unholy living, and that the greatest misteries of their religion have been squeesed out of the writings of heathens. ... Ro. Tuchin. Robert Dingley. Vincent Spark. Thomas Clark. William Bignel. John Barnes, James Craswick. Joshua Tomkins. William Harby. Ric. Beminster. Edward Bucklar. John Martin. Simon Pole. Martin Wells. Mathew Hearn. / Given forth as a true testimony from the hand of one of the meanest servants of the eternal living truth, against a rebellious seed of evil and deceitful workers, that cannot cease from sin, whose mouthes are to be stopt, under whom this body in vvhich I am, suffers bonds, tryals, and tribulations, for the testimony of Jesus, and of a pure conscience, though in a filthy noysome prison, the common jaile, and stinking dungeon and house of correction, (vvith other of the friends of Christ at Winchester: I ha[v]e suffered a close and cruel imprisonment well nigh seven months, but Father forgive them that hate me without cause, and know me by no other name then Daniel Baker.; D. B.
Dinners And Dining Early Works To 1800 : A new booke of cookerie : wherein is set forth a most perfect direction to furnish an extraordinary, or ordinary feast, either in summer or winter : also a bill of fare for fish-daies, fasting daies, ember-weekes or Lent : and likewise the most commendable fashion of dressing, or sowcing, either flesh, fish, or fowle : for making of gellies, or other made-dishes for service, to beautifie either noblemans or gentlemans table : together with the best and newest art of carving and sewing / all set forth according to the now new English and French fashion by Iohn Murrell.; Murrell, John,
Dinners And Dining England History : Moveable feasts : a reconnaissance of the origins and consequences of fluctuations in meal-times, with special attention to the introduction of luncheon and afternoon tea.; Palmer, Arnold.
Dinners And Dining History : Food and material culture : proceedings of the Fourth Symposium of the International Commission for Research into European food history / edited by Martin R. Schärer and Alexander Fenton.