Marseille France Officials And Employees Attitudes : Au roi, et a nosseigneurs de son conseil [electronic resource] : très-humbles et très-respectueuses remontrances que font au roi, à monseigneur le chancelier, et à nosseigneurs du conseil, les juge et consuls de la ville de Marseille.; Marseille (France).
Marseilles History Early Works To 1800 : A true report of the taking of Marseilles by the fauourers of the league : togither with the rescue therof by the kings faithful subiects, wherin may be seene the woonderfull prouidence of almighty God in the deliuerie of them that trust in him from the trecherous and bloudie deuises of their aduersaries. Lately translated out of French.
Marsh Adam 1259 : The letters of Adam Marsh / edited and translated by C.H. Lawrence.; Marsh, Adam,
Marsh Elizabeth 1735 1785 : The female captive [electronic resource] : a narrative of facts, which happened in Barbary, in the year 1756 / written by herself.; Marsh, Elizabeth,
Marsh Francis 1627 1693 : A sermon preached in Christ's-Church, Dublin, November 18, 1693 : at the funeral of His Grace Francis Lord Archbishop of Dublin / by the Reverend Father in God Anthony, Lord Bishop of Meath.; Dopping, Anthony,
Marsh John 1681 : A funeral sermon. Delivered upon occasion of the death of that worthy gentleman John Marsh, Esq; who lived at Garston-Hall in Watford Parish in the county of Hartford; and died in the Lord, and was buried Septemb. 16, 1681. By Samuel Slater, late minister of the Gospel at Edmunds-Bury in Suffolk.; Slater, Samuel,
Marshack Alexander : An enquiring mind : studies in honor of Alexander Marshack / edited by Paul G. Bahn.
Marshal William : The history of the Plot, or, A brief and historical account of the charge and defence of Edward Coleman, Esq., William Ireland, Thomas Pickering, John Grove : Robert Greene, Henry Berry; L'Estrange, Roger,
Marshall Owen 1941 : The secular visionaries: aestheticism and New Zealand short fiction in the twentieth century.; Gwynne, Joel.
Marshall Paule : Embodying slavery in contemporary American literature. representations of slavery's enduring influence on women's corporeal identity in novels by Paule Marshall, Ellen Gilchrist, Ellen Douglas and Gloria Naylor.; Rogers, Susan Elizabeth.
Marshall Thomas 1782 : Life of Thomas Marshall, the Tweedside temperance advocate [electronic resource] / written by himself.; Marshall, Thomas,
Marshall Thomas 1784 1835 Speech Of Thomas Marshall In The House Of : Review of the slave question : extracted from the American Quarterly Review, Dec. 1832, based on the speech of Th. Marshall, of Fauquier, showing that slavery is the essential hindrance to the prosperity of the slave-holding states : with particular reference to Virginia, though applicable to other states where slavery exists / by a Virginian.; Harrison, J. B.