Sailors Pensions England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. : A proclamation providing for the relief of maimed, shipwreckt, and other distressed sea-men, their widows, and children. Whereas upon the petition, as well of the master, wardens, and assistants of the Trinity House, as of diuers other; England and Wales.
Sailors Prayer Books And Devotions Early Works To 1800 : God be thanked : A sermon of thanksgiuing for the happy successe of the English fleetes, sent forth by the honourable company of aduenturers to the East Indies. Preached to the honourable gouernors and committees, and the whole company, of their good ship, the Hope Marchant happily returened: at Deptford on Maundy Thursday last being the 29th of March. 1616. Hereunto are added sundry necessary and vseful formes of prayer and thankes-giuing for the helpe of all such as trauell by sea, fitted to their seruerall occasions. By Samuel Page Dr. in Diuinitie.; Page, Samuel,
Saincte Ligue 1576 1593 : The coppy of a letter written by the Lord of Themines, Seneschall of Quercy : to the lord marshall Matignon, the kings lieuetenant generall in Guyenne, concerning the battaile at Villemure, and the victory atchieued against the ennemies of his maiesty. Also, a decree of the court of parliament sittinge at Chaalons, against a rescript in forme of a bull, directed to the Cardinal of Plaisance, and published by the rebels in Paris, in October last. Faithfully done into English by E.A. Hereunto are adioyned, the reportes of certiane letters, of newes out of France, and Sauoya.; Thémines, Pons de Lauzière,
Saint Albans Ship : An Account of the late actions at sea, between the Saint Alban's and the Happy Return, two of Their Majesties men of war, and twenty four sail of French ships : with their convoy of 36 guns, near the port of Cherbourg : with an account of the sinking the convoy, [sic] and taking twenty sail of merchant men : in a letter from a merchant at Plymouth.
Saint Amand Mont Rond France History : A French tragedy : scenes of civil war, summer 1944 / translated by Mary Byrd Kelly ; translation edited and annotated by Richard J. Golsan.; Todorov, Tzvetan,
Saint Augustines Abbey Bristol : Some manorial accounts of St. Augustine's Abbey, Bristol; being the computa of the manors for 1491-2 and 1496-7 and other documents of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries / ed. by Arthur Sabin.; Saint Augustine's Abbey (Bristol)