Philips Sian : Beckett on film [videorecording] : 19 films x 19 directors.
Philips Susan : Language, gender and sex in comparative perspective.
Philips Thomas Sir : Illustrissimus dominus, Tho. Philips, eques auratus, prænobilisque ordinis baronetorum Anglicorum, serenissimo potentissimoque Carolo primo, Dei gratia magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ regi, fidei propugnatorj ab interiori cãera, eidemque ma[ty] ad potentissimum Principẽ Han Morat regni Ottomanij, totiusq[ue] imperij orientalis monarcham legatus, Anno Salutis 1626
Philips William Merchant : Confident newes from Ireland : being a letter sent from Mr. William Philips, merchant, dwelling in Dublin to Mr. William Baber, a worthy friend of his, and one of the gentlemen of the Inner-Temple : certifying how one of the rebels flying from his confederates into Dublin, related to Sir Charles Coot their damnable designes, who making it known to Sir Simon Harcott and the rest of the justices, they suddenly issued forth, and beating them out of their works, slew 800 of them with small losse : a relation that is reall, and not coin'd according to invention meerly for press profit, but to satisfie many whom it may concern, who cannot be resolv'd by one mans private letter.
Philipsen Dirk : We were the people : voices from East Germany's revolutionary autumn of 1989.
Phillip William Active 1600 : Newes from Bohemia. An apologie made by the states of the Kingdome of Bohemia, : shewing the reasons why those of the reformed religion were moued to take armes, for the defence of the King and themselues, especially against the dangerous sect of Iesuites. With a plaine declaration, that those who belong vnto the monasteries and ecclesiasticall iurisdiction (according vnto his Maiesties letters, and agreements made betweene the states of the reformed religion and the Papists) haue good right, as being subiects of the Imperiall Maiestie, to the peaceable exercise of their diuine seruice, and building of churches. / Translated out of Dutch into Latine, and thence into English, by Will. Philip..
Phillippson J : Mock-majesty: or, the siege of Munster. : Being a true story of those fine things, wherewith King Iohn Becock, at first a botcher of Leiden by profession, and his companions the Anabaptists, pleased themselves after they were become masters of that city. You shall here likewise have the issue of the whole mock-show. Imprimatur, James Cranford.