Myton Upon Swale Parish : The parish registers of Easingwold, Raskelf and Myton upon Swale, 1813-1837, with parish register transcripts for Raskelf, 1600-1746/7, and Myton upon Swale, 1598-1639/40 / transcribed by the late N.K.M. Gurney and others.
Mytton Jill 1944 : Four approaches to counselling and psychotherapy / Windy Dryden and Jill Mytton.
N C Active 1603 : The pigeons flight : From out of Noes arke, ouer the floud, into the arke againe. Gen. chap. 8. vers. 8. Resembling well, the fall of heriticks, scismaticks, &c. out of holie Church, their continuaunce without, and returne againe. Deuided accordinglie, into three parts or smal treatises, viz. one discouering the arke or Church from whence they flye, fall, or are let out: the other describeth the flood ouer which the flight, & is called the annatomie of all heretical bodies or congregations: or discouerie of the inchanted castle or deluge towre of Babilon. The third discourseth of the end of the flight, & proueth that to be the Catholike Romain Church onely: with an exhortation to the same. Compiled by N.C. for his countrie sake.
N C T M : Secret codes, remainder arithmetic, and matrices.
N C Weaver Of London : The great necessity and advantage of preserving our own manufacturies : being an answer to a pamphlet intitul'd The honour and advantage of the East-India trade, &c. / by N.C., a weaver of London.
N E Gent : The doting doctor, or, The icarion preacher : calculated for the better instruction of King Blake of Coven-Garden, representing the meridian of his dunghill embassie where the pole is elevated many degrees beyond the manners of the King the author / by N.E. Gent.
N G Active 1592 : A briefe and learned treatise, conteining a true description of the Antichrist, who was foretold by the prophets and apostles : And an evident proofe that the same agreeth vnto the Pope. Written in Latin by M. George Sohn Doctor of Diuinitie, and publike professor thereof at Heidelberg, and translated into english.
N I : A True relation of the ground, occasion, and circumstances of that horrible murther committed by Iohn Bartram, gent. vpon the body of Sir Iohn Tyndham of Lincolns Inne, knight, one of the masters of the honorable Court of Chancery, the twelfth day of this instant Nouemb. / written by way of letter from a gentleman, to his country friend ; together with The examination of the said Bartram, taken before the right honourable, Sir Fra. Bacon knight, His Maiesties Atturney Generall, and Sir Henry Yelnerton knight, His Maiesties Solliciter General, according to speciall directions giuen by His Maiestie in that behalfe.
N J Active 1616 : A true relation of theg round [sic], occasion, and circumstances, of that horrible murther committed by Iohn Bartram, Gent. vpon the body of Sir Iohn Tyndal of Lincolns Inne, Knight: one of the masters of the Honorable Court of Chancery, the twelfth day of this instant Nouemb : Written by way of letter from a gentleman, to his country friend. Together with the examination of the said Bartram, taken before the right Honourable, Sir Fra. Bacon Knight, his Maiesties Atturney Generall: and Sir Henry Yeluerton Knight, his Maiesties Solliciter General, according to speciall directions giuen by his Maiestie in that behalfe.
N N Active 1614 : An epistle of a Catholicke young gentleman, (being for his religion imprisoned.) To his father a Protestant : Who commaunded him to set downe in writing, what were the motiues that induced him to become a Catholicke.
N N Active 1635 : Maria triumphans : Being a discourse, wherein (by way of dialogue) the B. Virgin Mary Mother of God, is defended, and vindicated, from all such dishonours and indignities, with which the precisians of these our dayes, are accustomed vniustly to charge her.