Francis Philip 1708 1773 Letter From A Right Honourable Person : A Full vindication of the Right Honourable Wm. Pitt and Wm. Beckford, Esqrs: in answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, intituled, A letter from a Right Honourable Person, and the answer to it, translated into verse, with counter-notes historical, critical, political, &c. : in which every argument of that boasted performance is subverted, and the conduct of those gentlemen set in a true light.
Francis Philip Active 17th Century : The answer of Philip Francis, merchant, late major of the borrough of Plymouth, in the county of Devon : to the false and scandalous aspersion and accusation of Charles Vaughan, Gentleman.; Francis, Philip,
Francis Philip Sir 1740 1818 : Report from the committee to whom the petition of John Touchet and John Irving, agents for the British subjects residing in the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa, and their several dependencies, whose names are subscribed to the petition thereinafter set forth [electronic resource] : and also the petition of Warren Hastings, Esq, governor general, and of Philip Francis and Edward Wheler, Esqrs. counsellors for the government of the presidency of Fort William, in Bengal, and also the petition of the United Company of Merchants of England, trading to the East Indies, were severally referred.; Great Britain.
Francis Phillip Sir 1740 1818 : Authentic abstracts of minutes in the Supreme Council of Bengal [electronic resource] : on the late contracts for draught and carriage bullocks for victualling the European troops ... the augmentation of General Sir Eyre Coote's appointment, and continuation of Brigadier-General Stibbert's emoluments, though superseded in the chief command, and a remarkable treaty, offensive and defensive with the Ranah of Gohud, a Marratta.; Bengal (India).
Francis Robert 1685 : The behaviour, confession, and execution, of the four prisoners at Tyburn : William Blower, for high treason; Robert Francis for the murther of Tho. Dangerfield, Henry Anthony, and John Morgan for two several burglarys and fellonies. On Friday the 24 of this instant July, 1685. VVith many remarkable passages and transactious [sic], during the series of their lives, taken from their own mouths, after their condemnation.
Franciscan Convent Ipswich England : The holy & great indulgence & pardon : of plenary remissio[n] a pena et culpa grau[n]ted by dyuerse popes, & newly confirmed with many amplycacions of our most holy father godes vycar vpo[n] erth pope Leo the .x. ...; Franciscan Convent (Ipswich, England)
Franciscans England Early Works To 1800 : The holy & great indulgence & pardon : of plenary remissio[n] a pena et culpa grau[n]ted by dyuerse popes, & newly confirmed with many amplycacions of our most holy father godes vycar vpo[n] erth pope Leo the .x. ...; Franciscan Convent (Ipswich, England)
Franciscans History : The Franciscans in the Middle Ages [electronic resource].; Robson, Michael.
Francklin Richard 1765 : Bob-Lynn against Franck-Lynn, or, A full history of the controversies and dissentions in the family of the Lynn's [electronic resource] : occasioned by the quarrel of Bob-Lynn and Will Worthy ... .; Walpole, Robert,
Franco Prussian War 1870 1871 Civilian Relief : They chose the star : an account of the work in France of the Society of Friends War Victim Relief Fund from 1870-1875, during and after the Franco-Prussian War / by William K. Sessions.; Sessions, William K.
Franco Prussian War 1870 1871 Hospitals : They chose the star : an account of the work in France of the Society of Friends War Victim Relief Fund from 1870-1875, during and after the Franco-Prussian War / by William K. Sessions.; Sessions, William K.
Franco Spanish War 1635 1659 Campaigns Early Works To 1800 : A true, exact, and perfect relation of the famous and renowned victorie, : gained by the most redoubted armie of the mightie and victorious monarch Philip, of that name the fourth King of Spaine, &c. the seventh of September, being upon the eve of the nativitie of our lady : against the forces of Levvis, of that name the 13. French King, then straightly beleaguering both with navall and land powers the frontier citie of Fuenteravia. / Written by a Gentleman that was an eyewitnesse of the same.; Gentleman that was an eyewitnesse of the same.
Franco Spanish War 1635 1659 Early Works To 1800 : The addresse of Don Alfonso de Cardenas Lord Ambassadour for the King of Spain, to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, : as also a true accompt of the totall overthrow of Prince Ruperts fleet by General Blake at Carthagena in the Medeterranian Sea.; Cardenas, Alonso de.