Medway Andrew George : Applications nos.7099/75, 7699/76, 9292/81 : C., Andrew George Medway and Ian Ball against the United Kingdom : report of the European Commission of Human Rights ...; Council of Europe.
Medway Queen Ship : The story of Medway Queen : a paddle steamer that went to war.; Paddle Steamer Preservation Society.
Medway River England Antiquities : Nautical archaeology on the foreshore : hulk recording on the Medway / Gustav Milner, Colin McKewan and Damian Goodburn.; Milne, Gustav.
Medway River England History : Dese aengenaeme tocht : Chatham 1667 herbezien door zeemansogen / C.J.W. van Waning en A. van der Moer.; Waning, C. J. W. van.
Meer Thomas Sir : True nevves from Cork : being the copie of a letter sent from thence to Master Oliver Daniell citizen ..., from his brother ... in Cork : wherein is declared the severall proceedings of the Protestant armie from the fifth of May to the 12, 1642 : likevvise ... intelligence of a great insurrection made by the papists in Cork on the 7 day of this instant moneth : with a declaration how by the valour ... of my Lord of Cork and Sir Thomas Meer they were appeased, disarmed and their store and munition seized on for the use of our English : also many other ... passages concerning ... the Earl of Ormond, Sir Charles Coot, Sir Christopher Loftus, Captain Morra, and the Protestant army in the neweries : whereunto is annexed another remarkable passage concerning Oneal late prisoner in the Tower.; Daniell, Benjamin.
Meetings Early Works To 1800 : A novelty: or, a government of vvomen : distinct from men, erected amoungst some of the people, call'd Quakers. Detected in an epistle, occasionally written to a man-judge, upon a young man's refusing (for good conscience sake) to submit to their authority in marriage, seeing that relations and friends were already satisfied. To which is added, a lamentation for the fall of so many of that people. Published for no other end, but to deter all honest hearts of the said people, from erecting the like unscriptural government. Tho' this may not so far prevail with such women as has a secret command of their husbands purses; together with those preachers that reap profit by such a female government, as to consent to the disanulling the same. Written by William Mather, a dear lover of the said people, who has for several years been much troubled, that some of them should fall from there primitive institution, as to set up women's and men's meetings, as guides in government, ... .; Mather, W.