Swaine Mary : Mary sitting at Christs feet : With the Christian life, and confortable death of Mris Mary Swaine, for the incouraging of all Christian gentlewomen, and others to walke in the steps of this religious gentlewoman. By Lancelot Langhorne, preacher of the word of God.; Langhorne, Lancelot.
Swaine Mary 1611 : Mary sitting at Christs feet : with the Christian life and comfortable death of Mris. Mary Swaine, for the incouraging of all Christian gentlewomen and others to walke in the steps of this religious gentlewoman / by Lancelot Langhorne ...; Langhorne, Lancelot.
Swalcliffe England Rural Conditions : An Act for Dividing and Inclosing the Open and Common Field, and Commonable Land Lying Within the Townships, Liberties and Precincts of Broad Sibford, Otherwise Sibford Gower and Burdrup, in the Parish of Swalcliffe, in the County of Oxford [electronic resource].; Swalcliffe (England)
Swallow William 1674 : A warning-piece for rash swearers and drunkards : being a full and true account of one William Swallow a carpenter, living in Penitent-Street, near Ratcliff-High-Way, wishing the Devil might make him an example by crushing his bones to pieces, if ever he lay with one Mary Bacon, a bad woman, with whom he kept company : he breaking his vow, the Devil according to his wish, came last Monday night and shattered him to pieces, where he lay in Penitent-Street, as a dreadful spectacle to behold : also, you have here an account of one William Pargeter, a seaman, on board of one of our men of war at sea, who was given to such excessive drinking, that he lately drank himself diligently to death ...
Swan James 1754 1830 : Mémoire pour le sieur John Andrews, négociant à Boston [electronic resource] : suite et diligence de M. l'agent commercial des États-Unis, à Paris, demandeur, contre le sieur James Swan, et le sieur Michel O'Mealy, défendeurs.; Andrews, John,