Excise Tax England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Die Martis, 17. Octob. 1643 An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; concerning all brewers and makers of beer, ale, cider, or perry : for payment of the excise imposed by an ordinance of Parliament, before the delivering thereof, upon pain of forfeiture of double the value of the said commodities.; England and Wales.
Excommunicatio Early Works To 1800 : The popes dreadfull curse. : Being the form of an excommunication of the Church of Rome. Taken out of the leger-book of the Church of Rochester now in the custody of the dean and chapter there. Writ by Ernulfus the Bishop.; Ernulf,
Excommunication Society Of Friends Early Works To 1800 : The Quakers complaint against George Keith, humbly presented to the clergy of the Church of England, who have lately receiv'd him into their communion, and suffer'd him to preach in their pulpits : With some reasons why the people called Quakers have excommunicated George Keith, &c. clearing them from the aspersions cast upon them by him.
Excretion Folklore Early Works To 1800 : The twelve wonders of England, : being a strange and wonderful relation of the death of Mr. Parrey, an inn-keeper, living at the sign of the Bell at Temple-bar; and the manner how twelve serpents vvere voided from him a little before his death on Thursday last, some having heads like toads and horses, and others like neuts and dogs, to the great admiration of all that shall read the ensuing subject. Together vvith a narrative of his life and death, his memento and character to all Christians; and other memorable examples of most strange and wonderful prodigies.; Reyner, Edward,
Execution Sermons 17th Century : A sermon preach'd at the Castle of York, to the condemned prisoners : on Monday the 30th of March, 1691. being the day before their execution. With an appendix, which gives some account of them all; but more particularly of Mr. Edmund Robinson clerk, who was condemned and executed for high treason in counterfeiting the King's coyn. / By George Halley ...; Halley, George,
Execution Sermons England Early Works To 1800 : The bishop of Canterbury his last speech or, His funerall sermon, preach't by himselfe upon the scaffold on Tower-Hill, on Friday the tenth day of January 1644. : Vpon Hebrews, 12. 1,2. Also, the prayers which he used at the same time and place before his execution. / All faithfully written by Iohn Hinde, whom the arch-bishop beseeched that he would not let any wrong be done him by any phrase in false copies.; Laud, William,