Freedom Of The Press Pennsylvania : The republican judge, or, The American liberty of the press as exhibited, explained and exposed in the base and partial prosecution of William Cobbett for a pretended libel against the king of Spain and his embassador before the supreme court of Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : with an address to the people of England / by Peter Porcupine.; Cobbett, William,
Freedom Of The Press South Africa : The press and apartheid : repression and propaganda in South Africa / William A. Hachten and C. Anthony Giffard ; with the editorial assistance of Harva Hachten.; Hachten, William A.
Freeman Elizabeth 17th Century : Strange news from Bishop-Hatfield in Hertford-shire, : January the 25 1680. Being a relation of Elizabeth Freeman, a single woman, aged about one and thirty years ... taken before Sr. Joseph Jordan, knight, and Richard Lee, D. D. Rector of Hatfield, and Chaplain Ordinary to his Majesty.; Wilkison, Richard
Freeman Francis Brief Description Of A Conference Betwixt A Nationall Presb : A soft ansvver to Captain Freeman's passionate book. : Wherein the conference at Doulting in Somerset-shire is truly and fully related; baptism of infants vindicated; ministers maintenance by tithes justified; and all the captain's arguments soberly discussed. / By Gracious Francklin, late lecturer at Martins of the Vine-tree, and elsewhere in London; and now pastor of the Church at Doulting. Published according to order.; Francklin, Gracious,
Freeman John : A true and impartial account of the apparition of John Freeman, Esq; to a young lady at Dawney-Court, in Buckinghamshire. : Also a true copy of the ghost's letter deliver'd by himself to the young lady, who is one of the daughters of Esquire J---gs, of Heese in the County of Middlesex.