Vernon George 1637 1720 Life Of Dr P Heylyn : Theologo-Historicus, or, The true life of the most reverend divine, and excellent historian, Peter Heylyn ... / written by his son in law, John Barnard ... to correct the errors, supply the defects, and confute the calumnies of a late writer ; also an answer to Mr. Baxters false accusations of Dr. Heylyn.; Barnard, John,
Vernon John Active 1666 Swords Abuse Asserted : The depths of Satan discovered: or, the Jesuits last design to ruine religion. : Being, some observations upon a pamphlet, called, The swords abuse asserted: by John Vernon. Presented to the consideration of the Armie. Citie. Kingdome. / By Philopatrius Philalethes.; Cawdrey, Daniel,
Vernon Mr Active 1670 : The state of the case betwixt Mr. Sacheverel and Mr. Vernon : touching the election of a knight of the shire for the county of Derby, in the place of Iohn Milward esq; deceased.
Vernon Thomas Of Dartmouth : The Petitioners Case. : Tho. Vernon, Esq;. and Will. Balle, Esq; [bracket] petitioners. Fred. Herne, Esq; Nath. Herne, Esq; [bracket] sitting members. Touching the election for Dartmouth.; Vernon, Thomas,
Verse Drama English Quotations Maxims Etc : The English treasury of wit and language : collected out of the most, and best of our English drammatick poems, methodically digested into common places for generall use / by John Cotgrave, Gent.
Verse Satire 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Stafford-shire; or, a dreadful example of divine justice : Shown upon a young-man in that county, who having stolen a Bible, and being taxed therewith, fell to imprecating Gods judgements upon himself, wishing that his hands might rot off, and that he might rot alive if he touched it; which heavy judgement in a short time fell upon him, his hands and his arms rotting away, and his leggs from his body, he being not sick, yet appearing to all that see him the saddest spectacle that ever eyes beheld. This may warn others from wishing for judgements to fall upon them, when they know themselves guilty. This relation was given and attested by Mr. Vincent, Minister of Bednal, who discoursed with this miserable young-man, tune of, My bleeding heart, &c.; Vincent, William,