Manners And Customs In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The manners and customs of the principal nations of Europe / gathered together by the particular observation of James Salgado, a Spaniard, in his travels through those countries; and translated into English by the authors care, anno 1684.; Salgado, James,
Manners And Customs Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A sermon preached for reformation of manners, at Portsmouth, November the 24th, 1699 : By William Ward, Vicar of Portsmouth, and Chaplain to the right hounourable Earl of Tankervile.; Ward, William,
Manners Hms : Battle in the Irish Sea : the life and death of HMS Manners.; Gibson, David,
Manorial Courts Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The compleat court-keeper, or, Land-steward's assistant [electronic resource] : containing, first, the nature of courts-leet and courts-baron ... secondly, the manner of holding courts-leet, courts-baron, and courts of survey ... thirdly, the manner of keeping the court-baron for trying of actions ... fourthly, precedents of contracts, conditions, covenants ... fifthly, the power and authority of the lord, and of the steward ... / by Giles Jacob ...; Jacob, Giles,
Manorial Courts Ireland : Reasons for the abolition of manor courts [electronic resource] : and for the improvement of petty session courts in Ireland / by George Mathews.; Mathews, George.
Manorial Extents England : The Case of Sir William Glynne, Baronet : in opposition to a bill intended for an act of Parliament to restore the Earl of Derby to the manner of Hawarden.
Manorial Extents England Dorset Early Works To 1800 : To the right honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Parliament of England, assembled in the House of Commons at Westminster. : The humble petition of the tenants and freeholders of the mannor of Gillingham in the county of Dorset.
Manors Early Works To 1800 : The surveiors dialogue very profitable for all men to peruse [electronic resource] : especially lords of mannors, stewards of mannor-courts, tenants, farmers and husbandmen.; Norden, John,
Manors England : The compleate copy-holder : wherein is contained a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds, with all things thereto incident, as presentments, admittances, surrenders, forfeitures, customes &c. necessary both for the lord and tenant : together with the forme of keeping a copy-hold court and court-baron / by Sir Edward Cooke.; Coke, Edward,