Fitton Edward Sir 1548 1606 : A true account of the unreasonableness of Mr. Fitton's pretences against the Earl of Macclesfield; Atwood, William,
Fitton James : An elegy on the death of that painful minister of the Gospel Mr. James Fitton : who fell asleep in the Lord, the 12th of this instant June, 1677 / by W.W.; W. W.,
Fitz Albion : Fitz-Albion's letters to the Rt. Hon. William Pitt, and the Rt. Hon. Henry Addington, on the subject of the ministerial pamphlet entitled Cursory remarks on the state of parties, by a near observer [electronic resource].; Fitz-Albion.
Fitz Gerald Maurice : A short narrative of Mr. Fitz-Gerald : who lately was summoned up from Bristol by one of His Majesties messengers, to the honourable Privy Council, for suspicion of high treason : giving a brief account of his carriage there at the board, his innocency, and other particulars relating to the farther discovery of this hellish popish plot.; Philalethes.
Fitzgerald Charles Lionel : Fitzgerald versus Kerr [electronic resource] : the genuine speech, at length, of C. Phillips, Esq. in the case of Charles Lionel Fitzgerald, Esq. plaintiff, and Charles Kerr, Esq. defendant, tried before the Hon. Mr. Justice Johnston, and a special jury, of the county of Mayo, on the 22d day of March, 1819, for adultery.; Phillips, Charles,
Fitzgerald Edward Active 1647 : The copie of the Lord Fitz-gerralds letter intercepted: : discovering a bloody and most horrible plot to kill, burn, and spoyl all the Protestants, by the army of the rebels in Ireland. Which letter was sent to his cosen Sir Luke Fitzgerrald. Published for the kingdome to see the present horrid designes of the papists in Ireland.; Fitzgerald, Edward,
Fitzgerald James Fitzmaurice 1579 : The moste true reporte of Iames Fitz Morrice death, and others the like offe[n]ders: with a brief discourse of rebellion, dedicated to the ribht [sic] worshipfull my louying freende M. Drewe Drewrie, brother to the honourable sir Willyam Drewrie, lorde Iustice of Irelande. Written by Thomas Churchyard Gent; Churchyard, Thomas,
Fitzgerald Robert 1638 1698 : New experiments and useful observations concerning sea-water made fresh, : according to the patentees invention: in a discourse humbly dedicated to His Majesty, the King of Great Britain, &c. / By Nehemiah Grew ...; Grew, Nehemiah,
Fitzgerald Robert 1638 1698 Salt Water Sweetned : Farther additions to a small treatise called Salt-water sweetned: : shewing the great advantages both by sea and by land, of sea-water made fresh. Together with the Honourable Mr. Boyle's letter, and the approbation of the Colledge of Physicians, of the wholsomeness of this water.; Fitzgerald, Robert,