Dunstan Saint 924 988 : Philosophia maturata : an exact piece of philosophy containing the practick and operative part thereof in gaining the philosophers stone : with the wayes how to make the mineral stone and the calcinations of mettals : whereunto is added a work compiled by St. Dunstan concerning the philosophers stone : and the experiments of Rumelius and preparations of Angelo Sala, all most famous chymists in their time / published by Lancelot Colson.
Dunstan Simon : The Six Day War 1967: Jordan and Syria / Simon Dunstan ; illustrated by Peter Dennis.
Dunstar Mr Samuel 1675 1754 : Anglia rediviva : being a full description of all the shires, cities, principal towns and rivers, in England : with some useful observations concerning what is most remarkable ... : to which is prefix'd a short account of the first origine of our nation, of its being conquer'd by the Romans, as also the occasion of the Saxons and Danes first entring England / collected from the best historians by Mr. Dunstar.
Dunster Tho : Dodekamēno-dietes-graphía : or, An almanack for two years, 1652, and 1653. Wherein is comprised a succinct scheme, or diagram, of the celestial sphears with the 4 elements.
Dunstervile Thomas : A declaration concerning state-farthings; or, Certain remonstrative reasons for the allowance thereof; : wherein is comprised, 1 the honour of the states vindicated, 2 the peoples hearts contented, 3 the Common-wealths good propagated, 4 the relief of the poor increased. By Thomas Dunstervile, citizen of London.
Dunton John Mariner : A true iournall of the Sally fleet : vvith the proceedings of the voyage. Published by Iohn Dunton, London mariner, master of the admirall call'd the Leopard. Whereunto is annexed a list of Sally captives names, and the places where they dwell, and a description of the three townes in a card.
Duntsch Ivo : Grobmengen-dependenz-analysen in evaluationsstudien : eine anwendung aus der reinfarkt-forschung / G. Gediga, I. Duntsch.
Duny Amy 1663 : A tryal of witches at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmonds for the count of Suffolk on the tenth day of March, 1664 [i.e 1665] : before Sir Matthew Hale, Kt., then Lord Chief Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer / taken by a person then attending the court.