Margins In Books : Image on the edge : the margins of medieval art.; Camille, Michael.
Margins In Books History To 1500 : Les marges à drôleries dans les manuscrits gothiques (1250-1350) / avec la collboration d'Isabelle Engamarre et des contributions de Andreas Bräm ... [et al.]; Wirth, Jean.
Marham James : The Lyn persecution: being the case of our brother the Baptist minister there James Marham : whose goods have been seized, and himself harrased in law (and is now prosecuted in Chancery) for holding a Baptist meeting in that town, notwithstanding his and the houses legal qualification. Here is also, a brief relation of his former service and sufferings in promoting the great, though much despised docrin [sic] of believers baptism. Well approved and advised by the general elder deceased Thomas Grantham. Attested by the adjacent churches, and directed to the churches at London and the country.
Marhamchurch England Maps : Cornwall - Devonshire [cartographic material] : sheet SS 20 SW & part of SS 10 SE.; Great Britain.
Mariana Juan De 1535 1624 De Rege Et Regis Institutione : The copie of a late decree of the Sorbone at Paris, for the condemning of that impious and hæreticall opinion, touching the murthering of princes : generally maintained by the Iesuites, and amongst the rest, of late by Ioannes Mariana, a Spaniard: together, with the arrest of the Parliament, for the confirmation of that decree, and the condemning of the said Marianas booke, to be publiquely burnt by the executioner. Taken out of the Register of the Parliament, and translated into English.; Université de Paris.
Marie De Medicis Consort Of Henry Iv King Of France Queen 1573 1642 : A royal letter sent from the king of France to the king of England. : VVherein is expressed, 1. His royall sollicitation for the Kings Maiesties security in his kingdomes. 2. His affection to his sister the Queene. 3. Concerning the proceedings of the Parliament of England. 4. A briefe relation of the Queene Mother. 5. Touching the fugitive delinquents (as the Lord Finch and others) who fled into France. 6. Concerning his resolution about the Irish affaires.