Everard John Of Chatteris : The universal love of God to mankind defended : against the misapprehensions of some people about the doctrine of election and reprobation. Written for the sake of the simple-hearted, by John Everard.
Everard Margaret : An epistle of Margaret Everard to the people called Quakers : and the ministry among them: more especially to such of them to whom she hath bee particularly known, and who are concerned for her, as if she were lost and fallen from truth. Shewing her dissatisfaction with the ignorance, error, and uncharitableness that too much abounds among them.
Everardt Job : An epitome of stenographie; or, An abridgement and contraction, of the art of short, swift, and secret writing by characters, both fair, lineall, and legible, : as will appear hereafter, as well as in the prefixt example. Being a brief, yet plain and full discovery of all the grounds of the whole art: in its several examples, rules, wayes, formes. Methods and kindes of abreviation, and contraction of words, clauses, and sentences: by which, (without the help of any tutor, teacher or school-master) the weakest capacities may with ease and speed, attain unto the perfect knowledge and practice thereof, even in this present swift, short, succinct, abridged and contracted form. A work of very great use and advantage also, for the further perfecting of all those who have already for many yeares together practised this art, in the other severall forms of it. / Written by Job Everardt.
Everart : Maitre Elies Überarbeitung der altesten französischen Übertragung von Ovids Ars Amatoria / herausgegeben von H. Kuhne und E. Stengel; nebst Elie's de Wincestre, eines Anonymus und Everart's Übertragungen der Disticha Catonis/ herausgegeben von E.Stengel.
Everatt John : Reading and dyslexia : visual and attentional processes / edited by John Everatt.
Everett George Active 1699 : Fidelity suppress'd and prosecuted: or, An account of the illegal commitment and prosecution of George Everett and John Sartain : Most humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons of England, assembled in Parliament. To whom they appeal for justice.