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Jackett William : To the most honorable the Council of State, the humble petition of Captain William Jackett, and his partners; Jackett, William.  1650? 1
Jackie Magazine : The best of 'Jackie' annual / edited and compiled by Lorna Russell  2006 1
Jacklin Bill 1943   2
Jackson Andrew 1767 1845   13
Jackson Andrew 1767 1845 Public Opinion : Sharp Knife : Andrew Jackson and the American Indians / Alfred A. Cave.; Cave, Alfred A.,  2017 1
Jackson Andrew 1767 1845 Relations With Indians   2
Jackson Edward 1684 : A true relation of the execution of John Smith, alias Ashburnham, (for murder) at Stamford-hill, near Tottenham; where he was also hang'd in chains, on Monday the 26th. of May, 1684 : And of Edward Jackson, executed the same day at Tyburne, for high-treason. With a copy of a paper of his own writing deliver'd in Newgate: as likewise a true account of their behaviour, and last confessions, at the said places of execution.  1684 1
Jackson Elizabeth 1637 1692 : Elizabeth Jackson of Rowley : the East Yorkshire girl who emigrated to New England and was executed as a witch in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692.; Graystone, Philip.  1993 1
Jackson Elmer 1897 1920 Monuments   2
Jackson Francis 1674 : Jackson's recantation, or, The life & death of the notorious high-way-man, now hanging in chains at Hampstead : delivered to a friend a little before execution : wherein is truly discovered the whole mystery of that wicked and fatal profession of padding on the road.; Head, Richard,  1674 1
Jackson Frank 1943 : There's something about Mary : essays on phenomenal consciousness and Frank Jackson's knowledge argument / edited by Peter J. Ludlow, Yujin Nagasawa, and Daniel Stoljar.  c2004 1
Jackson George 1941 1971   2
Jackson George 1941 1971 Correspondence : Soledad brother : the prison letters of George Jackson / introduction by Jean Genet.; Jackson, George,  1971 1
Jackson Glassmaker   2
Jackson Gordon 1934 : Harbours and havens : essays on port history in honour of Gordon Jackson / edited by Lewis R. Fischer and Adrian Jarvis.  1999 1
Jackson H 1700 : The Unnatural son, or, A sad and deplorable relation of the unfortunate end of H. Jackson : at Horsham near Sussex who having spent the estate his father left him, in drunkenness and whoreing, murthered his own mother, and robb'd the house : also how he was apprehended, and his confession at his tryal, his pertinent behaviour at the place of execution, his prayer and the ministers also, his dying words, and how he was hang'd in chains at Horsham on Friday the 11th of August 1700, where ravens pickt out his eyes, to the wonder of several spectators.  1700 1
Jackson Harriet 1894 1980 : Dearest girl of mine : letters home from Kenneth Boulton Thurstone, World War I soldier / edited by Toniann Scime.; Thurlstone, Kenneth Boulton,  2010 1
Jackson Henry M 1912 1983 : Henry M. Jackson : a life in politics.; Kaufman, Robert Gordon.  2000 1
Jackson James Active 1674 1708 Strong Man Armed Cast Out : The strong man armed not cast out, but removed to a stronger hold viz, from profaneness to hypocrisie, or, An answer to a book entituled, The strong man armed cast out and his goods spoyled ... written by James Jackson ... / written for the vindication to the truths of the Gospel ... by Ra. Austen.; Austen, Ralph,  1676 1
Jackson Jesse : The Jesse Jackson phenomenon : the crisis of purpose in Afro-American Politics.; Reed, Adolph L.  1986 1
Jackson John 1625 1715 : The diary of John Jackson : sometime macebearer in seventeenth century Beverley, 1639-1689 / by Pamela Hopkins ; with drawings by John Munday.; Hopkins, Pamela.  1991 1
Jackson John Active 1651 1657 : The cause of stumbling removed from all that will receive the truth; and from before the eyes of the wise men of London: : in a treatise shewing the difference between the spirit of a man which is the candle of the Lord, and the light which hath enlightned every man that cometh into the world. Also shewing ... there is not diversity of lights and spirits, by which they are ministred ... Herein also is a false hosanna, and a false testimony reproved ... the name of him which hath so long travell'd to bring forth wind and confusion, is one known in the city of London by the name of Iohn Iackson ... that so ... understanding and knowledge of the truth may be increased, in those that follow on to know the Lord. / Given forth from the Lords servant, Richard Hubberthorne.; Hubberthorn, Richard,  1657 1
Jackson John Active 1651 1657 Sober Word To A Serious People Or A M : The unlimited authority of Christs disciples cleared : or the present church and ministery vindicated. Or Christs disciples authority for the practice of his commands is unlimitted. Being a brief answer to a book intituled (A sober Word to a serious people.) There the writer saith, Christ gave his commissions not to disciples as disciples, but to apostles. But here is by Scripture proved, that the authority & commissions, given to disciples, (as disciples considered) are of a far larger extent, then the authority of commissions given to apostles. Written by Thomas Kilcop.; Killcop, Thomas.  1651 1
Jackson John Strength In Weaknesse : Something further in answer to John Jacksons book called Strength in weaknesse.; Naylor, James,  1655 1
Jackson Joseph 1661 : The Christians advantage both by life and death / discovered in a sermon preached at the funeral of that faithful and eminent servant of the Lord, Joseph Jackson, late Esq. and alderman of the city of Bristol, on the 17th day of January, an. Dom. 1661, by Fran. Roberts ...; Roberts, Francis,  1662 1
Jackson Joseph Active 1637 : By the King. : A proclamation purporting the tenor of letters patents of priuiledge granted to Ioseph Iackson, of his own invention, for the making, casting, guilding and vending of leaden seals, vsefull for the new drapery. Whereas wee by our letters patents of priuiledge vnder our great seal of England, bearing date the seventeenth day of December last past before the date hereof, ...; England and Wales.  1637 1
Jackson Luke 1988 : Freaks, geeks and Asperger syndrome : a user guide to adolescence.; Jackson, Luke,  2002 1
Jackson Mary 1657 : The checqver-work of God's providences, towards His own people, made up of blacks and whites, viz., of their abasements, and advancements, their distresses, and deliverances, their sullying tribulations, and beautifying relaxations : represented in a sermon preached at the funeral of that faithful servant of the Lord, Mary the late wife of Joseph Jackson esq, alderman of the city of Bristol, on the 5 day of May, Anno Dom. 1657 / by Francis Roberts ...; Roberts, Francis,  1657 1
Jackson Michael 1940 : In Sierra Leone / Michael Jackson.; Jackson, Michael,  c2004 1
Jackson Michael 1958 2009   2
Jackson Mike 1944 : Soldier : the autobiography of General Sir Mike Jackson.; Jackson, Mike,  2008 1
Jackson Robert H 1892 1954 : Justice Robert H. Jackson's unpublished opinion in Brown v. Board / David M. O'Brien.; O'Brien, David M.,  2017 1
Jackson Structured Programming : JSP : a practical method of program design / Leif Ingevaldsson.; Ingevaldsson, Leif.  1979 1
Jackson System Development Method : System development / M.A. Jackson.; Jackson, M. A.  1983 1
Jackson Thomas 1579 1640   2
Jackson Thomas 1579 1640 Tenets Of The Quakers In The North : Truth lifting up its head above slander : in an answer to Thomas Jackson, late priest of Stoke in Sussex, his lying paper which he left in the north of England / by Francis Howgill ; whereunto is added something by way of letter from another hand to the said T.J. shewing the reasons why it is meet to publish the same at this time ... ; likewise a brief rehearsal of some remarkable passages out of E.B. his book called Satan's design defeated.; Howgill, Francis,  1663 1
Jackson Thomas 1579 1640 Treatise Of The Divine Essence And Attribu : The seuen vials or a briefe and plaine exposition vpon the 15: and 16: chapters of the Revelation : very pertinent and profitable for the Church of God in these last times. By H.B. rector of Saint Matthews Friday-street.; Burton, Henry,  1628 1
Jackson Thomas Minister Of Stoke In Sussex : Satans designe defeated· : In a short answer to a manuscript sent by a priest out of Sussex, to a Member of this present Parliament, full of railing accusations, whereby he hath secretly smitten the innocent, by a secret desiring the persecution of the people of God. But herein his folly and madnesse doth appear, that while he hath accused others falsely, himself is found guilty of the same thing. With invitations of love to the present authority, that they may save themselves from being the executioners of the priests malice, least the Lord destroy them. / By a friend to righteousnesse, E.B.; Burrough, Edward,  1659 1
Jackson William Henry : Picture maker of the old west : William H.Jackson.; Jackson, Clarence S.  1947 1
Jacob Ben Asher Approximately 1269 Approximately 1340 Perush Ha Tor : Jacobi patriarchæ de Shiloh vaticinium a depravatione Johannis Clerici : in Pentateuchum commentatoris / assertum opera & studio Sebastiani Edzardi ; accedit ejusdem Dissertatio de nomine Elohim auctori judicii de R. Simonii historia V. test: Critica opposita.; Edzardi, Sebastiani,  1698 1
Jacob Biblical Patriarch   18
Jacob Henry 1563 1624 Defence Of The Churches And Ministery Of Engl : An answer to Maister H. Iacob his defence of the churches and minstery of England. By Francis Iohnson an exile of Iesus Christ; Johnson, Francis,  1600 1
Jacob Henry 1563 1624 Divine Beginning And Institution Of Christs C : A declaration and plainer opening of certain points, with a sound confirmation of some other, contained in a treatise intituled, The divine beginning and institution of Christes true visible and ministeriall church. Written in a letter by the author of the said treatise, out of the Low Countryes, to a friend of his in England; Jacob, Henry,  1612 1
Jacob John : The arraignment and tryal of the coach-man and foot-boy, : on Friday last the 13th. of this present December, 1661. at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey, who murthered their royal master the Prince of Transilvania, as he was asleep in his coach near Rochester. Being a perfect and full account of their peaching each other at their examinations before the Lord Mayor, Lord Chief Justice, and the rest of the honourable court. The manner how they were brought in guilty by the jury; with an order thereupon for their being conveyed to Maid-stone in Kent, and the desires of John Jacob to the court thereupon. Together with the trial and condemnation of the 2 souldiers that killed Mr. Grouster the brickler in turn-againlane : the manner of their first quarreling, how they slew him there flight thereupon; and the taking of them afterwards and committing them to Newgate, who on Saturday last vvere both condemned to be hanged for the said murther.  1661 1
Jacob Max   9
Jacob Max 1876 1944 : Lettres (1925-1944) : avec, Poèmes et textes inédits de Max Jacob / Max Jacob, Julien Lanoë ; édition préfacée, établie et annotée par Anne Kimball.  2019 1
Jacob Max 1876 1944 Correspondence : Lettres (1925-1944) : avec, Poèmes et textes inédits de Max Jacob / Max Jacob, Julien Lanoë ; édition préfacée, établie et annotée par Anne Kimball.  2019 1
Jacobean Drama   129
Jacobean Poetry History   53
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