Foulface Philip : Bacchus bountie : describing the debonaire dietie of his bountifull godhead, in the royall obseruance of his great feast of Pentecost. Necessarie to be read and marked of all, for the eschuing of like enormities. By Philip Foulface of Ale-foord, student in good felloship.
Foulis Henry Sir 1607 Or 8 1643 : An exact and true relation of a bloody fight : performed against the Earl of Newcastle and his forces before Todcaster and Selby in York-shire, in his march towards London. By the Lo: Fairfax, Sir Chr: Wray, Sir Henry Foulis, Capt: Hotham, Capt: Hatcher, Capt: Rhodes, and Capt: Anderson, with their troops. With the number of souldiers that were slain. Sent in a letter from Selby, by Sir Henry Foulis Baronet, to Mr. T. Chaloner Esquire, dwelling in Drury-lane, London. With a list of the names of all the commanders and other gentlemen of note that were taken prisoners in the late battell at Winchester.
Foulis James Sir 1645 1711 : Answers for Sir James Fowlis of Collingtoun, : to the petition given in to their Majesties High Commissioner, and the most honourable Estates of Parliament, by Dame Margaret Areskin Lady Castle-haven.
Foulkes Robert 1679 : An alarme for sinners : containing the confession, prayers, letters, and last words of Robert Foulkes, late minister of Stanton-Lacy in the County of Salop, who was tryed, convicted and sentenced at the sessions in the Old Bayly, London, January 16th, 1678/9, and executed the 31st following : with an account of his life / published from the original written with his own hand, during his reprieve, and sent by him at his death to Doctor Lloyd ...
Foulkes Sian : Paediatrics / Sian Foulkes MBBCh, BSc, MRCPCH, Gemma Trays MBBCh, MRCPCH, Carol Sullivan BM, BCh, MA, MRCP, FRCPCH.
Foulkes William : Esponiad ar gatechism yr eglwys, neu, Ymarfer o gariad dwyfol, a gymmonwyd er llefhad Esgobaeth Baddon. : Ac a gyfieithiwyd o'r saefonaeg (yn ôl ei gyntaf ofodiad allan) / gan William Foulkes ...