Miracles History Congresses : Signs, wonders, miracles : representations of divine power in the life of the church : papers read at the 2003 summer meeting and the 2004 winter meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society / edited by Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory.
Miracles History Of Doctrines Congresses : Signs, wonders, miracles : representations of divine power in the life of the church : papers read at the 2003 summer meeting and the 2004 winter meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society / edited by Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory.
Miracles Islam Early Works To 1800 : Good newes for Christendome : Sent to a Venetian in Ligorne, from a merchant in Alexandria. Discouering a wonderfull and strange apparition, visibly seene for many dayes togither in Arabia, ouer the place, where the supposed tombe of Mahomet (the Turkish prophet) is inclosed: by which the learned Arabians prognosticate the reducing & calling of the great Turke to Christianitie. With many other notable accidents: but the most remarkable is the miraculous rayning of bloud about Rome. Done out of the Italian.; Cortano, Ludovico.
Miscarriage Early Works To 1800 : Some observations made upon the root called serapias or salep, imported from Turkey : shewing its admirable virtues in preventing womens miscarriages / written by a Doctor of Physick in the countrey to his friend in London.; Peachi, John,
Misconduct In Office England : A dialogue between a modern courtier and an honest English gentleman : to which is added the author's dedication to both Houses of Parliament, to whom he appeals for justice / by Samuel Baston.; Baston, Samuel.
Misconduct In Office Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : An engagement of the Lords and Commons that went to the Army, : with their names thereunto subscribed; some of which sate in the House in the Speakers absence. Together with two queries. I. Whether this is not of more dangerous consequence than the cities engagement. II. Whether it makes not those that subscribed it, pre-ingaged parties, and incom[p]e[t]ent judges of the questioned and imprisoned members and citizens.; England and Wales.