Roscommon Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : Very sad and bloody nevves from Ireland, : of the losse of Bunratty in Munster, and Roscmon in Connaught. Where the rebels put to the sword, Sir Charles Coot his brother, L. Colonel Mac-Adams, and many gallant Englishmen, and the particulas [sic] thereof. As also, letters from the officers of the Scottish army, and their desires to the Committee of both Kingdomes. These are examined, and printed and published according to order of Parliament.
Rose Frederick G : Politics, permits, and professional interests : thoughts on the Rose case.; Barnes, John Arundel.
Rose Gillian : Gillian Rose : a good enough justice / Kate Schick.; Schick, Kate.
Rose Hugh James 1795 1838 : A vindication of the Rev. Joseph Milner, M.A., and his history of the church of Christ, against the judgment pronounced upon them by the Rev. Hugh James Rose, B.D.; Scott, John,
Rose Hugh Sir : Sir Hugh Rose and the Central India campaign, 1858 / edited by Brian Robson.
Rose Michael 1940 : Fighting for peace : lessons from Bosnia / Sir Michael Rose.; Rose, Michael,
Rose William Apothecary : The case of the College of Physicians London, wherein they are defendants, : in a writ of error retornable in Parliament, brought by one William Rose an apothecary in London, on a judgment obtained against him by the College in Her Majesty's Court of Queen's-Bench, for practising physick within seven miles of London without licence.; Royal College of Physicians of London.
Rosewell Thomas 1630 1692 : A funeral sermon preached upon the sad occasion of the death of that emiment and faithful servant of Christ, Mr. Thomas Rosewell : who departed this life February the 4th : and whose remains were interred February th 19th. 1691/2 / by Mathew Mead.; Mead, Matthew,
Rosewell Walter : Eliah's abatement: or, Corruption in the saints. : Discovered and distinguished in a sermon, preached at Chatham in Kent, at the Funeral of that faithful minister of the Gospel, Mr. Gaulter Roswell, M.a. late preacher there. / By Tho. Case, M.A. and rector of Giles in the Fields.; Case, Thomas,
Roskilde Denmark Peace Of 1658 : The whole proceedings of the treaty held at Roskild, between His Majesty the King of Sweden, and the King of Denmark. : Together with the severall mediations from France, England, and Holland, for the concluding and settling the peace between them; being the very original acts and records themselves. Translated out of Latine into English.