Rationalism History : The rebirth of classical political rationalism : an introduction to the thought of Leo Strauss : essays and lectures / by Leo Strauss ; selected and introduced by Thomas L. Pangle..; Strauss, Leo.
Ratis Raving : Sammelheft. Untersuchungen zur altenglischen Genesisdichtung. / Von Dr. Hans Jovy. Versbau und Sprache in Huchowns Morte Arthure. Von Dr. Franz Mennicken. The author of Ratis Raving. By John T.T. Brown. Zur Berichtigung und Erklärung der Waldhere-Bruchstücke. Von Moritz Trautmann.; Jovy, Hans,
Ratley England Maps : Oxfordshire - Warwickshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 34 NE.; Great Britain.
Rattus Rattus : The biology and behaviour of a free-living population of black rats (Rattus rattus); Ewer, R. F.
Raue Christian 1613 1677 : Sir, you are intreated to give notice in publick this next Lords day the 15 of August, that Master Christianus Ravius, heretofore publick professor of the orientall tongues in some universities beyond the seas, will begin a lecture of these tongues in London-House, ....
Raunce John Active 17th Century Brief Declaration Against Judicial As : A reply to a scandalous pamphlet entituled A declaration against judicial astrology : written by the quondam (most ignorant and weak) practitioner Mr. John Raunce. Wherein he is both stript of all his weak arguments, and confuted as altogether ignorant of the art. By William Ramsey gent qui est artium candidissimus amator.; Ramesey, William,
Raunds England History To 1500 : Raunds : the origin and growth of a midland village, AD 450-1500 : excavations in north Raunds, Northamptonshire 1977-87 / Michel Audouy and Andy Chapman (editor) ; with major contributions by Paul Blinkhorn ... [et al.]
Raunds Furnells Site Raunds England : Raunds Furnells : the Anglo-Saxon church and churchyard / Andy Boddington with Graham Cadman ... [et al.] and contributions by John Evans ... [et al.].; Boddington, Andy.
Ravaillac Jean Francois : The copie of a letter vvritten from Paris, the 20. of May 1610 : Declaring the maner of the execution of Francis Rauaillart, that murdered the French King. With what he was knowen to confesse at his death. And other the circumstances and dependencies thereupon. Together with two edicts; one of the Parliament alone; the other of the new King in Parliament, declaring the confirming the Queene mother Regent of France.