Mahon Spain : The importance of the Island of Minorca and harbour of Port-Mahon, fully and impartially considered [electronic resource] : with a history and description of both, in a letter from a merchant to a noble lord.
Mahon Spain Description And Travel : The importance of the Island of Minorca and harbour of Port-Mahon, fully and impartially considered [electronic resource] : with a history and description of both, in a letter from a merchant to a noble lord.
Mahon Spain History 18th Century : An address to the public [electronic resource] : in answer to two pamphlets, (intitled, An appeal to the people of England, and A letter to a member of Parliament, relative to the case of A----l B----g) in which is fully proved, that the several parts of the A----l's letter, omitted in the Gazette, were rather of use, than prejudice to him ... / by an ante Italianite.; Ante Italianite.
Mahon Spain History Siege 1756 : Observations on the conduct of the late administration, particularly, in regard to our loss of Minorca [electronic resource] : and on our foreign transactions which may have been the fatal cause of it.
Maiden Hospital Edinburgh Scotland : The rules and constitutions for governing and managing the Maiden-Hospital, founded by the Company of Merchants, and Mary Erskine, in anno 1695 [electronic resource] : allowed and confirmed by an act of Parliament of Her Majesty Queen Anne, dated the 25th March 1707 : amended and approven in a general meeting of the contributers, upon the 9th February 1708 : ratified by the Lord Provost, baillies and Town Council, upon the 9th March the said year, except in so far as the same have been altered by an act of the contributers, dated 10th February 1718.; Maiden Hospital (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Maidstone England History Early Works To 1800 : News from Maidstone, or, A true narrative of the proceedings at Kent-assizes : begun there on Munday [sic] the 11th, and ending Friday the 14th of this instant March 1677/8 : giving an exact relation of the tryals and condemnation of four notorious house-breakers : and of two women for murder ... : likewise the full account of the tryal of a woman for witchcraft, and of a man for firing his neighbours house : also the tryals and condemnation of several other notorious malefactors for felonies and burglaries : with the number of how many were condemn'd, &c.
Maidstone William Finch Viscount 1652 1672 : Several goods and merchandizes belonging to Mr. William Finch of London, : merchant late deceased; to be exposed to sale by the candle at the East-India House, on Thursday at two of the clock in the afternoon, the 4th of June, 1674.
Maie Edward Sermon Of The Communion Of Saints : Christ, on his throne; not in popish secrets : A prophecie of Christ, against his pretended presence in popish secrets; laid open in a sermon preached before his Maiestie at Wansted certaine yeares agoe, and since much inlarged, and (vpon request) preached else where. By Richard Sheldon, Doctor in Diuinitie, his Maiesties chaplaine. In the preface whereof, there is also a briefe inquirie made by him, into a late sermon, stiled, The communion of saints.; Sheldon, Richard,
Maihew Edward 1570 1625 Grounds Of The Old Religion And The New : A treatise of the corruption of Scripture, councils and fathers, by the prelats [sic], pastors and pillars of the Church of Rome, for maintenance of popery / by Thomas James ... ; together with a sufficient answer unto James Gretser and Anthony Possevine, Jesuits, and the unknown author of The grounds of the old religion & the new ; divided into five parts.; James, Thomas,
Mail Steamers English Channel History : The centenary of the Ostend-Dover Line, 1846-1946 : a contribution to the history of the anglo-continental maritime relations by mailboat service since its origin.; Burbure de Wesembeek, Albert de.
Mail Steamers United States : Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, July, 1850 [electronic resource] : in favor of the establishment of a line of mail steamships to the western coast of Africa, and thence via the Mediterranean to London, designed to promote the emigration of free persons of color from the United States to Liberia, also to increase the steam navy, and to extend the commerce of the United States : with an appendix added by the American Colonization Society.; United States.
Mail Steamers West Indies British : Mr. MacQueen's reply to the chairman and the directors of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company [electronic resource].; MacQueen, James,