Parson Robert 1546 1610 : The fore-runner of Bels downefall : wherin, is breifly answered his bragging offer of disputation, and insolent late challenge: the particularities of the confutation of his bookes, shortlye by gods grace to be published, are mentioned: with a briefe answere, to his crakinge and calumnious confuting of papists, by Papists them selues: and lastly, a taste giuen of his rare pretended sinceritie, with some few examples.
Parsons Andrew 1615 Or 16 1684 : Seasonable counsel to an afflicted people : in a letter to the distressed inhabitants of Wem in the county of Salop, after the dreadful fire, which consumed that market-town, March 3. 1676/7. Written by Andrew Parsons, M.A. and sometime minister there.
Parsons Arthur : Treatise on the Law of Wills, Embodying the Latest Decisions in Relation Thereto; with an Appendix, Containing the Succession Duty Act [electronic resource] / Parsons.
Parsons Coilin : The Ordnance Survey and modern Irish literature [electronic resource] / Cóilín Parsons.
Parsons Colonell : A letter from Colonell Generall Poynts, to the Honourable William Lenthall Speaker of the House of Commons: : concerning Sir Tho. Glenham, Colonell Gerard, [brace] and [brace] Sir Marmaduke Langdale, in the last fight neere Chester. With a perfect narration of Colonell Parsons of the said proceedings: and the number of horse and men taken in the pursuit, and which way His Majesty is fled. Die Lune, 29 Septemb. 1645. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament that Col. Gen. Poynts his letter, with Colonell Parsons relation be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.