Onali Marta : "Fece di scoltura di legname e colorì : scultura del Quattrocento in legno dipinto a Firenze / a cura di Alfredo Bellandi ; collaborazione scientifica e redazionale, Marta Onali ; responsabile editoriale, Claudio Pescio ; editor, Paolo Piazzesi, Ilaria Ferraris ; saggi di Alfredo Bellandi [and 8 others] ; sched di Grazia Badino [and 17 others].
Onan Michael : Linear algebra / Michael O'Nan, Herbert Enderton.
One In The Service Of The Republique : A description of Candia in its ancient and modern state : with an account of the siege thereof, begun by the Ottoman Emperour, in the year 1666, continued in 1667 and 1668, and surrendred the latter end of 1669 / the most part collected from private letters, during the siege, sent by one in the service of the republique.
One Lately Come From Thence : An account of Saint Sebastian in relation to their government, customs and trade : with a draught of the place / by one lately come from thence.
One Of Her Late Sons : The converted fryar, or, A defiance to the Church of Rome : as it was acted in the pallace-yard at Westminster on Saturday the 8th of this instant March 1672 / by one of her late sons an eminent Capuchin, who being happily converted to the Protestant religion did then, and there publickly burn his beads, crucifixes, Agnus Dei's, rosary, mass-book, cowl, habit, and other papist knacks, in detestation of their ridiculous idolatries ; published for general information by W.P. Philoprotest.
One Of His Most Intimate Acquaintance : The life of Mr. Thomas Firmin, late citizen of London / written by one of his most intimate acquaintance ; with a sermon on Luke X. 36, 37 preach'd on the occasion of his death ; together with An account of his religion, and of the present state of the Unitarian controversy.
One Of His Secretaries That Had Nothing Else To Do : Saint Hillaries teares, shed upon all professions, from the iudge to the petty fogger, from the spruce dames of the exchange, to the durty walking fishmongers, from the Coven-Garden lady of iniquity, to the Turnebal-Streete-trull, and indeed, from the Tower-stairs to Westminster-Ferry, for want of a stirring midsomer terme, this yeare of disasters, 1642 / written by one of his secretaries that had nothing else to do.
One Of That Sex : Advice to the women and maidens of London : shewing, that instead of their usual pastime, and education in needlework ... it were far more necessary and profitable to apply themselves to the right understanding and practice of the method of keeping books of account : with some essays, or rudiments for young beginners, in twelve articles / by one of that sex.
One Of The Agitators In The Army : A coppie of a letter, sent from one of the agitators in the army, to an agitator in the city. : Published for satisfaction to the well affected party in the kingdome.
One Of The Camp Chaplains : The chaplains petition to the Honourable House for redress of grievances. By one of the camp chaplains
One Of The Camp Of The Prince Of Conde : The copy of a letter sent by one of the camp, of the Prince of Conde (touching the feats of war as of late haue been doon) to a freend of his, the xxx. of December last past. Anno Domini. 1568
One Of The Company : A description of a great sea-storm, : that happened to some ships in the Gulph of Florida, in September last / drawn up by one of the company, and sent to his friend at London.
One Of The Embassy : The last account from Fez, in a letter from one of the embassy to a person of honour in London : containing a relation of Colonel Kirk's reception at Mequinez, by the Emperour, with several passages in relation to the affairs of Tangier.
One Of The Fair Sex : The court and city vagaries : or intrigues, of both sexes. Written by one of the fair sex.
One Of The Few English Men That Are Left In England : Twenty new qveries proposed to all true English-men : concerning the unreasonable & insupportable burthen, lying heavy upon the shoulders of this groaning nation, occasioned by the illegal and traiterous usurpation of a late deceased tyrant, who Jehu-like carryed both law, religion, and tyranny in his scabbard likewise, the epidemical disease of this rolling and schismatical age, unmasked, and all weathercocks, king-fishers, new fangled usurpers, upstart-law-destroyers, and abominable Parliament breakers, discovered, in the case and recital of such devouring caterpillars, who thirst after nothing more then the swallowing up of the peoples antient rights and liberties, to perpetuate the nations still in misery and oppressions / by one of the few English men that are left in England.