Mortlock John Frederick : Australian English, by W.S. Ramson, and, The literary career of J.F. Mortlock, by G.A. Wilkes.; Ramson, W.S.
Mortmain England : The Law of charitable uses revised and much enlarged with many cases in law both antient and modern : whereunto is now added the learned reading of Sr. Francis Moor, Kt. ... upon the statute of 43 Eliz. concerning charitable uses (who was a member of that Parliament when that statute was made and the penner thereof) : abridged by himself and now printed by his own original manuscript : together with the manner of proceedings in Chancery ... for relief on divers cases wherein the aid of this statute is not required ... necessary for all bishops, cathedrals, colledges, and all parishes in England for recovery and setling of charitable donations / methodically digested by George Duke of the Inner Temple, Esq.; Duke, George,
Morton John 1420 1500 : Reverendissimi patris ac domini Iohannis Mortoni Cantvariensis olim Archiepiscopi, magni Angliæ Cancellarii, trium regum consiliarij, viri prudentissimi, optimique, vita obituśque : Quum maiorum imagines intuemur, vehementissimè tum animus ad virtutem accenditur. Salust. in bello iugurth.; Budden, John,
Morton Leslie : The long wake : from tall ships to narrow boats.; Morton, Leslie.
Morton Thomas 1564 1659 Catholike Appeale For Protestants : A booke intituled, The English Protestants recantation, in mattersof religion : wherein is demonstratiuely proued, by the writings of the principall, and best learned English Protestant bishops, and doctors, and rules of their religion, published allowed, or subscribed vnto, bythem, since the comminge of our King Iames into England, that not onely all generall grownds of diuinitie, are against the[m], but in euery particular cheife question, betweene Catholicks & them, they are in errour, by their owne iudgments : diuided accordingly, into two parts, whereof the first entreateth of those generall grounds, the other of such particular controuersies, whereby will also manifestely appeare the vanitie of D. Morton Protest. Bishop of Chester his boke called Appeale, or, Ansuueare to the Catholicke authour of thebooke entituled, The Protestants apologie.; Broughton, Richard.
Morton Thomas 1564 1659 Grand Imposture Of The Now Church Of Rome : Anti-Mortonus or An apology in defence of the Church of Rome. : Against the grand imposture of Doctor Thomas Morton, Bishop of Durham. Whereto is added in the chapter XXXIII. An answere to his late sermon printed, and preached before His Maiesty in the cathedrall church of the same citty..; Price, John,
Morton Thomas 1564 1659 Preamble Unto An Incounter With P R The Aut : A quiet and sober reckoning vvith M. Thomas Morton : somewhat set in choler by his aduersary P.R. concerning certaine imputations of wilfull falsities obiected to the said T.M. in a treatise of P.R. intituled Of mitigation, some part wherof he hath lately attempted to answere in a large preamble to a more ample reioynder promised by him. But heere in the meane space the said imputations are iustified, and confirmed, & with much increase of new vntruthes on his part returned vpon him againe: so as finally the reconing being made, the verdict of the Angell, interpreted by Daniel, is verified of him. There is also adioyned a peece of a reckoning with Syr Edward Cooke, now L. Chief Iustice of the Co[m]mon Pleas, about a nihil dicit, & some other points vttered by him in two late preambles, to his sixt and seauenth partes of Reports.; Parsons, Robert,
Morton William Douglas Earl Of 1583 Or 4 1648 : An act of the Estates of Scotland, in the yeare 1643. : And letters of horning and rebellion against James Duke of Hamilton, William Earle of Morton, Robert Earle of Roxbrough, George Earle of Kinnoule, and William Earle of Lanerick, as enemies to religion, and the peace of the kingdomes. With a letter from a person of qualitie in London, to some friends in Scotland; advising about the said Duke and Earles : and other affaires now transacting in Scotland, worthy of observation.; Scotland.
Moru Language Syntax : On explaining universals of word order : a problem in Moru syntax.; Anderson, John M.
Morwen John : The burnynge of Paules church in London in the yeare of oure Lord 1561. and the iiii. day of Iune by lyghtnynge, at three of the clocke, at after noone, which continued terrible and helplesse vnto nyght; Pilkington, James,