Morganti Michel Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Hentrich v. France : judgment of 3 July 1995 : B - Case of Nasri v. France : judgment of 13 July 1995 : C - Case of Morganti v. France : judgment of 13 July 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Morice Catherine 1743 : The governor and company of the Bank of England, James Henckell, Mary Glover ... and others, appellants [electronic resource] : Katharine Morice, widow ... and others, respondents to all the said appeals : the case of the respondents Ann Morice, Judith Morice ... .; Morice, Ann.
Morin Jean 1591 1659 : Arnoldi Bootii vindiciae, seu, Apodixis apologetica, pro Hebraica veritate, : contra duos nouissimos & insensissimos eius hostes, Iohannem Morinvm et Lvdovicvm Capellvm ...; Boate, Arnold,
Morin Simon 1663 : An Exact and true relation of the birth and life of Simon Morin, who professed himself to be Jesus Christ : for which, and other detestable heresies, together with his book entitutled Penseés du Morin, he was condemned and burnt at Paris in the end of February last, 1662/3 : with an essay against toleration of schism and hersie.
Moringen Concentration Camp : The women's camp in Moringen : a memoir of imprisonment in Germany, 1936-1937 / translated by Hildegard Herz and Howard Hartig ; edited and with an introduction by Jane Caplan.; Herz, Gabriele,
Morioe W : Unio reformantium. Or, The Presbyterian and Independent vindicated, from the contradictious way of free-admission: : especially, in answer to John Timpson, and W. Morioe, much tending to the desired union of reformers in the churches truth and peace: in seven chapters. / By John Beverley, sometime fellow of Trin. Col. Camb. and lately pastour of the Church of Christ at Rothwell in Northamptonshire.; Beverley, John,
Morison William Of Prestongrange : Information for the Lady Craigleith, and Laird of Prestoungrange, : at first presented against Sir James Rochead, and now repeated against James Rochead his son, with an addition for the Laird of Mortounhall, humbly offered to the Members of the Committe for Security.
Morley Benjamin Vindication Of That Righteous Principle Of The Doctrine Of : A messenger sent to remove some mistakes; or A desirous instrument for the promoting of truth, unity, peace and love in the church of Christ. : By way of answer to a book, untruly and improperly intitled, A vindication of that righteous principle of the doctrine of Christ called laying on of hands upon baptized believers. / By Thomas Morris, a servant of Jesus Christ. Also Robert Everards Three questions propounded to Benjamin Morley about his practice of laying on of hands, with his answer, and R. E. reply.; Morris, Thomas,