Dominant Party Systems Argentina Provinces : Life in the political machine [electronic resource] : dominant-party enclaves and the citizens they produce / Jonathan T. Hiskey, Mason W. Moseley.; Hiskey, Jonathan T.
Dominant Party Systems Mexico States : Life in the political machine [electronic resource] : dominant-party enclaves and the citizens they produce / Jonathan T. Hiskey, Mason W. Moseley.; Hiskey, Jonathan T.
Dominic Of Silos Saint : The hagiographic-thaumaturgic art of Gonzalo de Berceo : Vida de Santo Domingo de Silos.; Suszynski, Olivia C.
Dominic Saint 1170 1221 : The Papists St. Dominick and his rosary, or, A full discovery of all the cheats and forgeries imposed by him on the people, which the politick contrivance of his successors have continued to this day in the Church of ROme, ever since the year of Christ 1216, when Pope Honorius the III instituted this disorderly Order of Dominicans : a great dignitary whereof (a very few years since) and then an almoner in England, now a cardinal at Rome compiled an abstract of all, as he calls them, sure and safe ways to salvation in their church, one of which is here inserted verbatim, and the very same he gave with his blessing, to a then Romanist, now an eminent discoverer of the hellish Popish Plot : with these words at delivery thereof, This is an excellent paper, and if you will carefully learn and practice it, you may know certainly how to be saved : the truth of which is here humbly offered to the consideration of all men who have the use of reason and reading.
Dominica History Early Works To 1800 : The history of the island of Dominica [electronic resource] : containing a description of its situation, extent, climate, mountains, rivers, natural productions, &c. &c. : together with an account of the civil government, trade, laws, customs, and manners of the different inhabitants of that island : its conquest by the French, and restoration to the British dominions / by Thomas Atwood.; Atwood, Thomas,
Dominica History Sources : Material relating to the West Indies from the Senhouse papers, 1762-1821, in the Carlisle Record Office.
Dominican Republic Description And Travel : Prospectus of the New York & San Domingo Co. [electronic resource] : organized under the laws of the state of New York : capital stock, $1,500,000 (divided into 150,000 shares of $10.00 each) : full paid and unassessable.; New York and San Domingo Mining Co.
Dominicans Early Works To 1800 : A duell betvveen a Iesuite and a Dominican, : begun at Paris, gallantly fought at Madrid, and victoriously ended at London, upon fryday the 16 day of May, Anno Dom. 1651. / by Thomas Gage, alias the English American, now preacher of the word at Deal in Kent.; Gage, Thomas,
Dominicans Switzerland History 16th Century Controversial Literature : The tragical history of Jetzer. Or, A faithful narrative of the feigned visions, counterfeit revelations, and false miracles of the Dominican fathers of the covent of Berne in Switzerland, to propagate their superstitions : For which horrid impieties, the prior, sub-prior, lecturer, and receiver of the said covent were burnt at a stake, anno Dom. 1509. Collected from the records of the said city by the care of Sir William Waller, Kt. Translated from his French copy by an impartial pen, and now made publick for the information of English protestants, who may hence learn, that Catholicks will stick at no villanies which may advance their designs, nor any perjuries that may conceal them.; Waller, William,
Dominicus Mr : Strange visions, and wonderful revelations. Appearing to Mr. Dominicus, a carver in White Friers. : With the strange voice and speeches of sundry spirits and apparitions; and the manner how they appeared in several shapes, to the great admiration and astonishment of all spectators. Also, the several commands given to John Tolderry [sic], by several apparitions and spirits; being a great discovery of the wicked plots, dangerous practises, and malicious endeavours of a generation of men both in city and country, to subvert all civil government both in church and state. Together, with their mad pranks and ridiculous actions and gestures, enough to amaze any sober Christians. Published with the approbation of divers orthodox divines.
Domitian Emperor Of Rome 51 96 : The Roman actor : A tragædie. As it hath diuers times beene, with good allowance acted, at the private play-house in the Black-Friers, by the Kings Majesties Servants. Written by Philip Massinger.; Massinger, Philip,