Payne William Active 1700 : Any gentlemen or others, may be furuished [sic] with all sorts of cloaths made after the best manner yet notwithstanding the goodness of the work, : the prices will be less than has been yet proposed, therefore if any one have occasion let them come to me, and make choise [sic] of a pattern, and I doubt not but to please the most nicest fancy: ...
Paynter T W : Report of a panel of investigation into current difficulties affecting the Transport and General Workers Union, the Dagenham Cold Store and associated companies at Ripple Road, Dagenham, and F.J. Robertson Limited, and also the effect on employers of registered dock labour in the London area.
Payton Jacob S : The journal and letters / Elmer T. Clark, editor-in-chief ; J. Manning Potts, Jacob S. Payton [sub-editors].
Payton John 17th Century : Ignorance & error reproved: : being an answer to some queries that one John Reynolds wrote to two of the people called Quakers. Also a few words by way of query to the teachers and professors called Presbyterians & Independents. With a word of prophesie in verse. Also a word of exhortation, and a warning of love to them, to haste out of Babylon the mistery of iniquity, into Zion the city of holiness: with a word at last to those that were persecutors.
Payton Philip 1953 : The Cornish overseas : a history of Cornwall's 'great emigration' / Philip Payton.
Payzant Geoffrey 1926 : On the musically beautiful : a contribution towards the revision of the aesthetics of music / Eduard Hanslick ; translated and edited by Geoffrey Payzant, from the eighth edition (1891) of Vom Musikalisch-Schönen, ein Betrag zur Revision der Ästhetik der Tonkunst.