Mount Mr : A full account from Ireland, of the maid at Dublin : miraculously struck by the hand of heaven, and burning by a supernatural fire; in which deplorable condition she still continues: with her penitent behaviour and discourses since the recovery of her speech. And other remarkable passages relating to this stupendous judgement. As communicated in a letter received by the last post, Jan. 14. from Mr. Mount her master, living in Christ-Church-Yard in Dublin. As also several historical instances in the like kind; published for a warning for all to avoid such prophane execrations. With allowance.
Mountagu Richard 1577 1641 : Articles ecclesiasticall to be enquired of by the church-wardens, and sworne-men of the arch-deaconry of Hereford : in the visitation of the worshipfull Master Richard Mountague, arch-deacon of Hereford this present y[ear]e 1620 and in the eighteenth yeare of the raigne of our most dread soueraigne lord King Iames.
Mountagu Zacheus : The jus divinum of government; : or Magistracy proved to be God's ordinance, and justice the magistrates duty. In a plain sermon preached before the judges of assize at East-Grinstead in the County of Sussex. By Zacheus Mountagu.
Mountague William : The delights of Holland: or, A three months travel about that and the other provinces : With observations and reflections on their trade, wealth, strength, beauty, policy, &c. together with a catalogue of the rarities in the anatomical school at Leyden. By William Mountague, Esq;
Mountain Alan : An unsung heritage : perspectives on slavery / Alan Mountain.
Mountain Alison : Think : inside the sketchbook / Gillian Robinson, Alison Mountain, David Hulston.
Mountgarret Richard Butler Viscount 1578 1651 : XXIX. articles of peace, : concluded, agreed and signed by the Marquesse of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, commissioner for the King, and the Lord Viscount Mountgarret, President of the Supream Councel, and the commissioner for the Irish at the treaty held at Dublin. Published in Dublin by heralds, and sound of trumpet, Aug. 1. 1646. August 22. 1646. These are the true copies of the originall papers that were presented to the Committee for Ireland, and are appointed to be forthwith printed and published.