Esperanto Grammar : The grammar of Esperanto : a corpus-based description.; Gledhill, Christopher.
Espicopacy Early Works To 1800 : Presbyterial ordination vindicated. : In a brief and sober discourse concerning episcopacy, as claiming greater power, and more eminent offices by divine right, then presbyterie. The arguments of the Reverend Bishop Dr Davenant in his determination for such episcopacy are modestly examined. And arguments for the validity of presbyterial ordination added. With a brief discourse concerning imposed forms of prayer, and ceremonies. / Written by G.F. minister of the gospel in defence of his own ordination, being questioned, because it was performed by Presbyters.; Firmin, Giles,
Espionage British Early Works To 1800 : Memoirs of secret service. / by Matthew Smith of the Inner-Temple, Esq. To which is added, by way of appendix, The D. of S---'s letter to the House of Lords: with remarks thereupon.; Smith, Matthew,
Espionage England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a wicked plot intended and still on foot against the city of Glocester, to betray the same into the hands of the Cavaliers. : Discovered by Captaine Backhouse who was wrought upon to have betrayed the same by the sollicitation of one Edward Stanford Esquire, a grand Papist but a lieut: colonell amongst the Cavaliers; and by himselfe set forth to give the Parliament and his Excellencie satisfaction and the better to vindicate his owne integrity. Together with severall letters from my Lord Digby and Sir William Vavasour to Capt. Backhouse concerning the said designe. 4. Maii. 1644. It is this day ordered by the committee of the House of Commons for printing, that this relation be printed by Edward Husbands. Jo. White.; Backhouse, Robert,