Fait Hollis F : Adapted physical education for those with physical and mental deviations and low physical fitness.
Faite Telavika Mokolong : Examining the equivalence of the newly developed IBM-PC version of the MICROPAT tracking tasks with the older SIRTON version and intercorrelations with spatial ability measures and impulsivity.
Faithful And True Well Wisher To The Fundamental Laws Liberties And Freedom : A plea at large, for John Lilburn gentleman, now a prisoner in Newgate. / Penned for his use and benefit, by a faithful and true well-wisher to the fundamental laws, liberties, and freedoms of the antient free people of England; and exposed to publick view, and the censure of the unbyassed and learned men in the laws of England, Aug. 6. 1653.
Faithfull And Loyall Subject To The Present King : The rebels looking-glasse: or, The traytors doome. : Wherein is discovered the judgements of God upon the rebels and traytors in all ages: collected out of several histories both sacred & profane. With a narration of this present rebellion, and of the horrid and execrable acts committed therin, and the judgements of God already observed to be saln upon the first actors and tormentors thereof. Published for the reducing of those that are already rebells, and deterring others from that sinne / By a faithfull and loyall subject to the present king, and a lover of his country.
Faithfull Sonne Of The Late Flourishing Church Of England : The mistake of the times, / written by a faithfull sonne of the late flourishing Church of England, observing the present differences betweene the Parliament and Army. Being written by one much bemoaning the sad condition of his native kingdome. From a scholler in Cambridge to his friend in London.
Faithfull Subject Of This Kingdom : The copy of a most pithy and pious letter, / vvritten by a faithfull subject of this kingdom, to James Usher Archbishop of Armagh, to perswade our king to return with speed in peace to his Parliament. Published by authority.
Faithfull Subject To The King And Lover Of His Country : The recoyle of ill-cast and ill-charged ordinances· Or, A preparative to some further intended discourses of the seditious impiety of the late remonstrance of the Army, contayning some generall observations thereupon. : Displaying the wonderfull judgement of God in returning the mischiefes of this present rebellion, upon the authors and contrivers thereof, and advising to a timely prevention of further calamities: / by a faithfull subject to the King, and lover of his country.