Pembrokeshire Wales History Sources : An Answer in just vindication of some religious and worthy gentlemen of Pembrokeshire against a scandalous pamphlet published in print by one Iohn Poyer, late mayor of Pembroke / set forth by such as have been eye-witnesses of of [sic] the affaires of that county, from the beginning of these unnaturall warres, who love truth and justice, hate oppression and falsehood ; as also the petition of Mr. Nathaniel Cradock, a very godly preacher to the honourable committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning plundered ministers, of intolerable abuses done him by the said John Poyer, with several orders, certificates, and letters concerning that businesse.
Pembrooke Ship : A faithful account of a great engagement which lately happened betwixt Their Majesties ship the Pembrooke and two French men of war upon the coast of France : with a particular relation of the famous encounter that was betwixt our English sea men, that landed there, and five hundred of the French militia : also, an account of the plunder and other particulars.; M. C.
Pen Drawing 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The art of dravving vvith the pen, and limming in water colours : more exactlie then heretofore taught and enlarged with the true manner of painting vpon glasse, the order of making your furnace, annealing, &c. Published, for the behoofe of all young gentlemen, or any els that are desirous for to become practicioners in this excellent, and most ingenious art, by H. Pecham, Gent.; Peacham, Henry,
Penance Canon Law : What is absolution? / by Alfred Wyatt-Edgell.; Braye, Alfred Thomas Townshend Verney-Cave,
Penance Catholic Church Early Works To 1800 : De gemitu columbae, sive : De bono lacrymarum,. libri tres / auctore Rob. S.R.E. Card. Bellarmino e Societate lesu. Ad ipsam eandem religionem suam..; Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo,
Penance Christian : The humiliation of sinners : public penance in thirteenth-century France.; Mansfield, Mary C.