Kensington Bank Philadelphia Pa Board Of Directors : By-laws, rules and regulations of the Board of Directors of the Kensington Bank [electronic resource] : with acts of assembly relative to the government of banks.; Kensington Bank (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Kensworth England Maps : Bedfordshire - Buckinghamshire - Hertfordshire [cartographic material] : sheet TL 01 NW.; Great Britain.
Kent And Sussex Friendly Brothers Society : Rules & regulations of the Kent & Sussex Friendly Brothers' Society [electronic resource] : established at Hawkhurst, Kent, the fifth day of May, 1823.; Kent & Sussex Friendly Brothers' Society.
Kent Archives Office : Guide to the Kent County Archives Office / prepared for the County Archives Committee by F.Hull.; Kent Archives Office.
Kent Description And Travel : Villare cantianum, or, Kent surveyed and illustrated : being an exact description of all the parishes, burroughs, villages and other respective mannors included in the county of Kent : and the original and intermedial possessors of them ... / by Thomas Philipott ... : to which is added an historical catalogue of the high-sheriffs of Kent, collected by John Phillipot, Esq., father to the authour.; Philipot, John,
Kent E C Mrs : Four years in Secessia : a narrative of a residence at the South previous to and during the Southern rebellion, up to November, 1863, when the writer escaped from Richmond / By Mrs. E.C. Kent.; Kent, E. C.,
Kent England Antiquities Roman Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of the Roman ports and forts in Kent : By William Somner. Publish'd by James Brome, M.A. rector of Cheriton, and chaplain to the Cinque-Ports. To which is prefixt the life of Mr. Somner.; Somner, William,
Kent England Bibliography : Bibliotheca Cantiana [electronic resource] : a bibliographical account of what has been published on the history, topography, antiquities, customs, and family history, of the county of Kent / by John Russell Smith.; Smith, John Russell,
Kent England Church History Early Works To 1800 : A relation of the troubles of the three forraign churches in Kent. : Caused by the injunctions of William Laud Archbishop of Canterbury. Anno Dom. 1634. &c. / Written by J.B. minister of the Word of God.; J. B.
Kent England Commerce : A new topographical, historical, and commercial survey of the cities, towns, and villages, of the county of Kent ... [electronic resource] / by Charles Seymour.; Seymour, Charles.
Kent England County Council Education Department : Local education authority-college relationships : a survey and analysis of managerial relationships and strategic planning mechanisms between further and higher education colleges in Kent and the Kent County Council in the post 1988 Education Reform Act period.; Finucane, Patrick.
Kent England Gazetteers Early Works To 1800 : A topographie, or survey of the county of Kent. : With some chronological, historicall, and other matters touching the same: and the several parishes and places therein. / By Richard Kilburne of Hawkherst, Esquire.; Kilburne, Richard,
Kent England Genealogy : Kent hearth tax assessment, Lady Day 1664 / edited by Duncan Harrington ; with an introduction by Sarah Pearson ; computing editor Susan Rose.
Kent England History 17th Century : A most true and exact relation of that as honourable as unfortunate expedition of Kent, Essex, and Colchester / by M.C., a loyall actor in that engagement, Anno Dom. 1648.; Carter, Matthew,
Kent England History Local Sources : The Humble petition of the commons of Kent, agreed upon at their generall assizes, presented to His Majestie the first of August, 1642 : with certaine instructions from the county of Kent, to Mr. Augustine Skinner, whereby the desires of the said county may be presented by him to the honourable House of Commons : with His Majesties answer ... this fourth of August, 1642.
Kent England History Military : A True relation of the late expedition into Kent by the appointment of both Houses of Parliament / as it was expressed in a letter from a man of good credit, who was in the action dated from Dover the 29 of August, 1642 ; wherein my Lord Roper and Sir Peter Ricavlt were taken into custody and confined unto Vpner Castle and likewise how we tooke His Majesties great ship called the Soveraigne of the Seas and furnisht her with a sufficient guard ; as also newes from Cambridge and the bringing in of Dr. Wren bishop of Ely with good store of treasure in the Tower of Londn.
Kent England History Military 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A declaration and ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : for the better securing and setling of the peace of the county of Kent, and for enabling them to associate with the City of London, or any other counties adjacent. And to raise forces within the said county, as well horse as foot, and therewith to give, or cause battell to be given to all such forces as are or shal be raised without the consent of both houses of Parliament; and all such persons with their abbettors and adherents to invade, resist, put to flight, pursue, suppresse, kill, slay, put to execution of death, and by all means to destroy, as enemies to the kingdom. Likewise, instructions for the lord-lieutenant, deputy-lieutenants, and other offiers [sic], and commanders in the county of Kent. And, that every person which shall be imployed as souldiers in this service, of the age of 16. yeers and upwards, shall solemnly take an oath, to be approved of by the Parliament, and they that wilfully neglect the same shall be proceeded against as delinquents, and enemies of the peace of the kingdom. Die Martis, 30 Maii. 1643. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this declaration and ordinance with the instructions shall be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Kent England History Military Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the late expedition into Kent by the appointment of both Houses of Parliament. : As it was expressed in a letter from a man of good credit, who was in the action, dated from Dover the 29. of August, 1642. Wherein my Lord Roper, and Sir Peter Ricault, were taken into custody and confined unto Upner Castle, and likewise how we tooke His Majesties great ship called the Soveraigne of the Seas, and furnisht her with a sufficient guard. As also newes from Cambridge, and the bringing in of Dr. Wren bishop of Ely, with good store of treasure, in the Tower of London.