Joking Early Works To 1800 : Foolish talking and jesting described and condemned : In a discourse on Ephes. 5.4. neither foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient. By Daniel Burgess.; Burgess, Daniel,
Jokipii Mauno : Historioitsija - taaksepäin katsova profeetta : Mauno Jokipiille omistettu juhlakirja.
Jollie Thomas 1629 1703 : The Surey imposter : being an answer to a late fanatical pamphlet, entituled The Surey demoniack / by Zach. Taylor ...; Taylor, Zachary,
Jollie Thomas 1629 1703 Vindication Of The Surey Demoniack As No Im : Popery, superstition, ignorance, and knavery, confess'd, and fully proved on the Surey dissenters : from the second letter of an apostate friend to Zach. Taylor : to which is added, a refutation of Mr. T. Jollie's Vindication of the devil in Dugdale, or, The Surey demoniack.; Taylor, Zachary,
Jolliffe Mary Lady 1678 : A sermon preach'd at the funeral of ... Lady Mary, daughter to Ferdinando, late Earl of Huntingdon, and wife to William Jolife of Caverswell-castle in the county of Stafford, Esq. ... Decemb. xii, 1678 / by Samuel Willes ...; Willes, Samuel,
Jolly Rick : Doctor for friend and foe : Britain's frontline medic in the fight for the Falklands / by Rick Jolly.; Jolly, Rick.
Jones Ambrose 1678 : A sermon preached at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God Ambrose Lord Bishop of Kildare : in Christ-Church, Dublin, June 29, 1667 / by the right reverend father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of Meath.; Jones, Henry,
Jones Barri 1936 1999 : Archaeology of the Roman Empire : a tribute to the life and works of Professor Barri Jones / edited by N.J. Higham.
Jones Captain Plain English : The husbandmans plea against tithes. Or, Two petitions presented unto the House of Commons assembled in Parliament: : by divers freeholders, and other freemen of Hertfordshire, with the parts adjacent of Bedford and Buckinghamshires for the taking away of tithes. And the matter of the said petitions is reduced unto two propositions, or generall heads, and reasons to confirm them. And also the said petitioners answers unto certain objections made by the ministers and impropriators that would continue tithes upon the husbandman. Published by some of the said petitioners whose names are set down in the latter end of this book, for the vindication of themselves and their fellows, from the reproach cast upon them by the writer of a book, intituled, Plain English, &c. Printed 1646. And the reproach cast upon them by the author of another book, intituled, Tithes re-mounted, &c.