Fallacies Of Mr William Prynne Discovered And Confuted : The falsities and forgeries of the anonymous author of a late pamphlet, (supposed to be printed at Oxford but in truth at London) 1644. intituled The fallacies of Mr. William Prynne, discovered and confuted, : in a short view of his books intituled; The soveraignty of parliaments, The opening of the great seale. &c. Wherein the calumnies, and forgeries of this unknowne author in charging Mr. Prynne with false quotations, calumniating falshoods, wresting of the scriptures, points of popery, grosse absurdityes, meere contradictions hainous treasons & plain betraying of the cause, (not one of which is in the least degree made good by the calumniator) are succinctly answered, refuted. / By William Prynne of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire.; Prynne, William,
Fallibility : The root of popery struck at, and the true ancient apostolick foundation discovered, in some propositions to the papists : concerning fallibility and infallibility, which cut down the uncertain, and manifest the certain way of receiving and growing up into the truth : also, some considerations concerning the true and false church and ministry, with the state of each since the dayes of the apostles : held forth in true love and pity to the souls of the papists, that they may hear and consider, and not mistake and stumble at the rock of ages, whereupon the prophets, apostles, and whole flock of God throughout all generations have been built : there is likewise somewhat added concerning the ground of error, and the way to truth and unity, for the sake of such as are more spiritual, and have been more inwardly exercised in searching after truth / by Isaac Penington, the younger.; Penington, Isaac,
Fallow Lands Great Britain : By the Kings Maiesties commissioners, for granting pardons and dispensations to some persons in some cases for conuerting errable lands from tillage into pasture; England and Wales.
Falmouth England Riot 1690 : Great news from Falmouth, or, A true and impartial account of a bloody fight between the tinners of Cornwall and the Kings forces in the town of Falmouth on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 27th and 28th of May : in a letter from Falmouth.; T. C.
Falmouth Seagoing Training Ship For Boys : One company : some impressions of the first twenty-five years of the history of the Falmouth Seagoing Training Ship for Boys / written by past and present members of the Ship's company ; edited by the Hon. Secretary ...
False Imprisonment Germany : Case of Stocké v. The Federal Republic of Germany : judgment of 19 March, 1991.; European Court of Human Rights.
False Imprisonment Great Britain : The vindication of several persons committed prisoners to the Tower, Gate-House, and other prisons of this nation; : publickly reproached, as actors or contrivers of some horrid plot. / Published by Peter Goodman ...; Goodman, Peter,
False Testimony Great Britain : Slingsby Bethell, Esq., his enquiry after William Baly : the only witness against him upon the tryal of the riot, at Guild-Hall, on the 8th of May, 1683.; Bethel, Slingsby,