Person David : Varieties: or, A surveigh of rare and excellent matters : necessary and delectable for all sorts of persons. Wherein the principall heads of diverse sciences are illustrated, rare secrets of naturall things unfoulded, &c. Digested into five bookes, whose severall chapters with their contents are to be seene in the table after the epistle dedicatory. By David Person, of Loghlands in Scotland, Gentleman.
Person Of Great Experience In Military Affairs : The accomplished commander : being necessary instructions for the prudent conduct of officers in an army / written by a person of great experience in military affairs, and published for the common benefit, by R.C.
Person Of Honour A Voluntier In The Campagne : A short relation of the most remarkable transactions in several parts of Europe between the Christians and Turks : including an exact diary of the siege of Buda / written originally by a person of honour, a voluntier in the compagne, and done into English by P.R.
Person Of Quality Active 1674 : A perfect journal of what daily passed at the siege before the city of Grave : beginning the 27 of July 1674 till the surrender to His royal Highness the Prince of Orange, on the 28 of October 1674 : with articles agreed upon by the foresaid Prince of Orange, and the Governor Count de Chamilly : also a list of the canon, ammunition, armes and provision found in the city : likewise the order of the French marching out, with number, armes, and canon, &c. / translated from the true Dutch coppy [sic], by a person of quality.
Person Of Quality And Neighbor In Chelsey : A sermon at the funeral of the Right Honourable the Lady Jane eldest daughter to His Grace, William, Duke of Newcastle, and wife to the Honourable Charles Cheyne, Esq, at Chelsey, Novemb. I, being All-Saints day / by Adam Littleton ...
Person Of Quality And Of A Publick Spirit : Three letters of publick concernment as to the present affairs ... : as also concerning the late publication of the covenant in all churches / by a person of quality and of a publick spirit.
Person Of Quality And True Lover Of His Countrey : The history and transactions of the English nation : more especially by their representatives assembled in Parliament in the reign of King Charles, &c. ... : also the wonderful and most solemn manner and form of ratitifying [sic], confirming and pronouncing of that most dreadful curse and execration against the violaters and infringers of Magna Charta in the time of Henry the Third, King of England, &c / by a person of quality and true lover of his countrey.
Person Of Quality Concerned In This Embassy : A narrative or journal of the proceedings of their Excellencies, the Right Honourable the Lord Holles and the Lord Coventry : appointed by His Majesty of Great Britain to be his ambassasors extraordinary and plenipotentiaries for the treaty held at Breda with the ambassadors of the French King, the King of Denmark and the States General of the United Provinces / by a person of quality concerned in this embassy.
Person Of Worth : A letter written from a person of worth to a friend of his in London: : discovering London and the kingdoms danger, and advising the City to adhere to the Parliament. Together, with a just and fair remonstrance of the honest and ingenious people of one of the neighbouring counties.
Person That Was Present : The indictment and arraignment of John Price Esquire, late receiver-general in Ireland : with a hundred and one other Protestants, at Wicklow, before John Keating Esq, Chief Justice of the Common pleas a Protestant, and Henry Lynch Knight Baron of the Exchequer, a Papist / collected by a Person that was present and took the same in writing.
Person Who Bore A Great Share In Those Transactions : A faithful history of the northern affairs of Ireland : from the late K. James accession to the crown, to the siege of Londonderry : giving a true account of the occasions of the miscarriages there, and of the reasons why the gentry abandon'd those parts / by a person who bore a great share in those transactions.
Person Who Has Conversed No Otherwise In Above Nine Years : Digiti-lingua, or, The most compendious, copious, facil, and secret way of silent converse ever yet discovered : shewing, how any two persons may be capable, in half an hours time, to discourse together by their fingers only, and as well in the dark as the light / by a person who has conversed no otherwise in above nine years.