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Rye England Poetry : The First anointed Queene I am, within this town which euer came  1573? 1
Rye House Plot 1638 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The traytors last farewell: or, Treason miraculously discover'd : Being a full and true account of one Sir Thomas Armstrong, who with other rebels, had conspired the death of our soveraign Lord the King, and subverting the government: and though he fled beyond the seas for refuge, yet there the hand of justice found him out; and was brought back to England, where he received the due sentence of death, which was accordingly executed on the 20th. of this instant June, 1684. To the tune of, Let Oliver now be forgotten.  1684? 1
Rye House Plot 1683   91
Rye House Plot 1683 Anecdotes : The Night-walker of Bloomsbury : being the result of several late consultations between a vintner, Judge Tallow-Chandler, a brace of fishmongers, and a printer, &c. : in a dialogue between Ralph and Will.  1683 1
Rye House Plot 1683 Early Works To 1800   85
Rye House Plot 1683 Early Works To 1800 Early Works To 1800 : An account of the sentance [sic] that passed upon William Ld. Russell, Thomas Walcot, John Rouse, and William Hone, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayley, on the 14th of this instant July, 1683, for high-treason, in traiterously conspiring the death of the King, to leavy war, and raise a rebellion, &c. Entred according to order..  1683 1
Rye House Plot 1683 Poetry   5
Rye House Plot 1683 Poetry Early Works To 1800   13
Rye House Plot 1683 Sermons   4
Rye House Plot 1683 Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Eucharistia. Or, A grateful acknowledgment unto heaven for the happy discovery of the late horrid plot : with some brief, but yet plain remarques upon that hellish conspiracy: delivered in a discours unto a country auditory, upon September IX. 1683. Being a day of publique and solemn thanksgiving, appointed by authority for the said wonderful and blessed deliveranc [sic]. By a country presbyter, in the Diocess of Chichester.; Country presbyter.  1685 1
Rye House Plot 1683 Songs And Music : A choice collection of 180 loyal songs : all of them written since the two late plots (viz.) the horrid Salananca plot in 1678, and the fanatical conspiracy in 1683 ... : with a table to find every song : to which is added the musical notes to each song.; Thompson, Nathaniel,  1685 1
Rye House Plot 1683 Sources   4
Rye Industry   10
Rye John : The great grievance of John Rye of London merchant; : occasion'd by the ill-management of the Commissioners of Excise. Most humbly represented to the right honourable House of Commons now in Parliament assembled.  1690 1
Ryedale England   3
Ryedale England Description And Travel : The Ryedale story : a Yorkshire countryside handbook.; Rushton, John,  1976 1
Ryedale Folk Museum   2
Ryehill East Riding Of Yorkshire England Maps : [Ryehill [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, East Riding 241.12].; Great Britain.  1910 1
Ryhall England Maps   2
Ryhill England Maps : [Hemsworth [cartographic material] : Yorkshire 263].; Great Britain.  1854 1
Ryle Gilbert 1900 1976   4
Ryle John Charles : John Charles Ryle, 1816-1900.; Loane, Marcus L.  1983 1
Ryley William : It is humbly desired by William Ryley clerk of the records in the tower, that you will be pleased to asist him in his petition.; Ryley, William.  1648 1
Rylstone England Maps : [Yorkshire] [cartographic material] : sheet SD 95 NE.; Great Britain.  1956 1
Ryman Robert Exhibitions : Robert Ryman.; Storr, Robert.  1993 1
Rymer Thomas 1641 1713 : More last words and sayings of the True Protestant Elm-board, or, A Full answer to a late pretended sober vindication of the Dr. and the Board  1682 1
Rymer Thomas 1641 1713 Essay Concerning Critical And Curious Learni : An answer to a late pamphlet, called An essay concerning critical and curious learning, in which are contained some short reflections on the controversie betwixt Sir William Temple and Mr. Wotton, and that betwixt Dr. Bentley and Mr. Boyle  1698 1
Rymer Thomas 1641 1713 Short View Of Tragedy : The impartial critick, or, Some observations upon a book, entituled, A short view of tragedy, written by Mr. Rymer / by Mr. Dennis.; Dennis, John,  1693 1
Rysbrack John Michael Exhibitions : Michael Rysbrack, sculptor, 1694-1770 : [catalogue of an exhibition held at the] City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, [6 Mar.-1 May] 1982.; Eustace, Katharine.  1982 1
Ryswick Peace Of 1697   3
Ryswick Peace Of 1697 Poetry   2
Ryswick Treaty Of 1697   2
Ryther England Maps : [Bolton Percy [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, West Riding 205 NE].; Great Britain.  1894 1
Ryther Samuel : The narrative of Col. Tho. Blood concerning the design reported to be lately laid against the life and honour of His Grace George, Duke of Buckingham : wherein Colonel Blood is charged to have conspired with Maurice Hickey, Philip le Mar, and several others, to suborn the testimony of Samuel Ryther and Philemon Coddan to swear buggery against the said duke : together with a copy of the information exhibited in the Crown-office against the said Colonel Blood, Hickey, Le Mar, and the rest.; Blood, Thomas,  1680 1
Ryton Grange North Yorkshire England Maps : [Ryton Grange [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, North Riding 107.13].; Great Britain.  1911 1
Ryton North Yorkshire England Maps : [Ryton [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, North Riding 107.14].; Great Britain.  1912 1
Ryton On Dunsmore England Maps : Warwickshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 37 SE.; Great Britain.  1967 1
Ryton Shropshire England Maps : [Shropshire - Staffordshire] [cartographic material] : sheet SJ 70 SE.; Great Britain.  1954 1
Ryton Tyne And Wear England Maps   2
S E Mennonite : A calendar of prophetick time, drawn by an express Scripture-line, from the creation to the new Jerusalem : demonstrating that the famous apocalyptick vision of the witnesses slain, truly explained, did determine at the Reformation begun by Luther, but that the time of their prophecy in sackcloth will not expire till the year 1697 : on which shall follow the fall of the tenth of the city Babylon in its ten horns, or kings separated intirely from it : and the Turkish woe passed, and the seventh trumpet sounding, there shall be a most loud and publick ministration of the Gospel, beyong any time, since the apostles, described as seven voices, or the seven thunders unsealed, Apoc. 14 : and at the year 1727 shall begin the final destruction of the beast by the vials, accomplished at the year 1772, in the New Jerusalem briefly described : with a postscript freeing this computation from objections rising from the sentiments of the most pious and learned expositor Dr. More, especially in his late Arithmetica Apocalyptica, and his answer to S.E.  1684 1
S Hertogenbosch Netherlands Church History : Mirakelen van Onze Lieve Vrouw te 's-Hertogenbosch, 1381-1603 / transcriptie, annotatie en inleiding van H. Hens ... [et al.]  1978 1
S Hertogenbosch Netherlands History Siege 1629 Early Works To 1800   2
S Hertogenbosch Netherlands Maps Early Works To 1800 : A historicall relation of the famous siege of the citie called the Busse : Herevnto is added a generall mappe of the whole campe and siege, with particular mappes of all the seuerall approches in euery quarter. Compyled togeather and designed according to the iust measure and rule of geometrie by Iames Prempart, ingener to his Majestie of Sweden.; Prempart, Jacques.  1630 1
S Hertogenbosch Netherlands Meierij History Siege 1629 Early Works To : A description of S'hertogenbosh: vvritten in the yeere 1540, by Simon Pelgrom of S'hertogenbosh, in his life time prior and prouinciall of the order of Guilhelmines. Together with the principall points and passages concerning the last siege. Also, a register from day to day, of that which hath happened, aswell without as within the towne, from the first beginning vntill the latter end of the said siege. Translated out of the Dutch tongue, and printed according to the originall; Pelegromius, Simon,  1629 1
S Hertogenbosch Netherlands Siege 1629 : A historicall relation of the famous siege of the Busse, and the suprising of Wesell : Together with the articles, and points of composition graunted by his Excellencie the Prince of Orange to those of the towne. And a supposition of the state, and order of their garrison marching out of the city. and some other additions herevnto annexed. Written by H.H. ... .; Hexham, Henry,  1630 1
S John 1677 : The confession and execution of the three prisoners suffering at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of October, 1677 : At which time suffered John S. William Fletcher, and Rob. Perkins. Together with their behaviour, and several remarkable discourses had with one of the highway-men in Newgate after his condemnation. Published for a warning-piece to all others to avoid the lewd courses which brought these poor men to this ignominious end. With allowance.  1677 1
S M A R T : The learning edge : how smart managers and smart companies stay ahead.; Wick, Calhoun W.  1993 1
S N Sylvester Norris 1572 1630 Appendix To The Antidote : A defence of the Appendix. Or A reply to certaine authorities alleaged in answere to a catalogue of Catholike professors, called, An appendix to the Antitdote : VVherein also the booke fondly intituled, The Fisher catched in his owne net, is censured. And the sleights of D. Featly, and D. VVhite in shifting off the catalogue of their owne professors, which they vndertooke to shew, are plainly discouered. By L.D. To the Rt. VVorshipfull Syr Humphry Lynde.; L. D.,  1624 1
S Plus 94051800 : Modern applied statistics with S-PLUS / W. N. Venables, B. D. Ripley; Venables, W. N.  1994 1
S S Cry Of The Oppressed : The exchequer gallon vindicated to be the true and only standard gallon of England : Against the unjust calumnies in a pamphlet, entituled, The cry of the oppressed, by reason of false measures. Written in behalf of the Commonwealth. Wherein is manifested, that the brewers are not forced to sell by one measure, and pay excise by another, as they pretend they are. But their vessels are gauged by that only standard gallon which is commanded to be used throughout the nation by Acts of Parliament in force, made by this and many precedent Parliaments; which gallon by those Acts is also appointed to be and remain for a standard in the Treasury or Exchequer for ever; to the end no deceit might be used by variety of measures in this nation. By John Lyon, Professor of Mathematicks, and a well-wisher of publique good.; Lyon, John,  1659 1
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