Ferdinand King Of Portugal 1367 1383 : The English in Portugal 1367-87 : extracts from the "Chronicles of Dom Fernando and Dom Joao" / with an introd. translation and notes by D.W. Lomax and R.J. Oakley.; Lopes, Fernao.
Ferens Art Gallery Catalogues : From Victorian to Edwardian : [the Ferens Art Gallery collection of Victorian and Edwardian art] / Christopher Wright ; [edited by Kirsten Simister].; Wright, Christopher,
Ferguson Patrick 1744 1780 : Captured at Kings Mountain : the journal of Uzal Johnson, a loyalist surgeon / edited by Wade S. Kolb III and Robert M. Weir ; with the assistance of Anne H. Weir.; Johnson, Uzal,
Ferguson Robert 1714 Just And Modest Vindication Of The Scots Design Fo : A Short vindication of Phil. Scot's Defence of the Scots abdicating Darien : being in answer to the challenge of the author of the defence of that settlement, to prove the Spanish title to Darien, by inheritance, marriage, donation, purchase, reversion, surrender, or conquest : with a prefatory reply, to the false and scurrillous aspersions of the new author of the Just and modest vindication, &c., and some animadversions on the material part of it, relating to the title of Darien.
Ferguson Robert 1714 Justification Onely Upon A Satisfaction : An answer to Mr. Ferguson's book intituled, Justification onely upon a satisfaction : wherein he is friendly reprov'd, fully silenc'd, and clearly instructed : whereunto is added, a compendium or brief discourse concerning the ends & intents of Christ's death and passion, consider'd as a ransom / by John Knowls ...; Knowles, John,
Fermanagh Northern Ireland History : The Last true intelligence from Ireland : being a true relation of the great victory lately obtained against the rebels by Sir William Stewart, Colonell Sanderson, Colonell Mervyn, and Sergeant Major Galbraith, against the great Oneales and MacGwires forces : wherein they slew great numbers of the rebels, tooke 900 cowes, 500 sheep, and 300 horses from the rebels in the county of Fermanagh : also how they relieved 6000 women and children which otherwise had perished : with a declaration of the present condition of that kingdome.
Fermanagh Northern Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : The last true intelligence from Ireland; : being a true relation of the great victory lately obtained against the rebels by Sir William Stewart, Colonell Sanderson, Colonell Mervyn, and Sergeant Major Galbraith, against the great Oneales and MacGwires forces, wherein they slew great numbers of the rebels, tooke 900. cowes, 500. sheep, and 300. horses from the rebels in the county of Fermanagh. Also how they relieved 6000. women and children, which otherwise had perished. With a declaration of the present condition of that kingdome.
Fermats Theorem : Seminar on Fermat's last theorem 1993-1994 : The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences Toronto, Ontario, Canada / edited by V. K. Murty.; Canadian Mathematical Society seminar
Fermentation Analysis Early Works To 1800 : Two small treatises : the first, a further essay towards the history of this present fever, with its two products, the morbus cholera, and the gripes : wherein are propos'd some effectual methods for the cure thereof : the second, A medico-philosophical analogy betwixt the juyce of the grape, with other fermentable liquors, and the blood of humane bodies, in order to fermentation and the tight understanding of fevers : both humbly offered to the consideration of the Colledge of Physicians / by W. Simpson ...; Simpson, William,
Fermentation England Early Works To 1800 : The nature of fermentation explain'd; with the method of opening the body of any grain or vegetable subject, so as to obtain from it a spirituous liquor: : Exemplified by the process of perparing rum, as 'tis manag'd in the West-Indies. With many other useful reflections and observations. To which is added, a collection of several compound cordial waters, with the art of preparing some artificial wines, not hitherto publish'd. By way of appendix to the Compleat body of distilling. / By George Smith of Kendal in Westmoreland.; Smith, George,
Fermi Enrico : The First Nuclear Reaction and Chernobyl [electronic resource] / Produced by Jane Quigley
Fermor Mary Lady 1670 : A sermon preacht at the funeral of the Honourable the Lady Mary Farmor, Baronet, who died at London on the 18th day of July, 1670, and was buried the 5th day of August following the Eston-Neston in Northamptonshire / by John Dobson ...; Dobson, John,
Fernando Infante Of Spain 1609 1641 : Defensor Pacis Hispanicae : de Kardinaal-Infant, de Zuidelijke Nederlanden en de Europese politiek van Spanje : van Nordlingen tot Breda (1634-1637).; Lesaffer, Randall.
Ferneseede Margaret 1608 : The araignement & burning of Margaret Ferne-seede : for the murther of her late husband Anthony Ferne-seede, found deade in Peckham Field neere Lambeth, hauing once before attempted to poyson him with broth, being executed in S. Georges-field the last of Februarie. 1608