Poor Pratte : The copie of a pistel or letter sent to Gilbard Potter in the tyme when he was in prison : for speakinge on our most true quenes part the Lady Mary before he had his eares cut of. The. xiii of Julye.
Poor Worm : A trumpet blown in Sion, sounding an alarm in Gods holy mountain: or, A voice lifted up as a trumpet : crying aloud, and not sparing, to shew the Lords people their transgressions, and the house of Jacob their sins. By a poor worm, that through the Lords great grace, hath found great blessings among the Presbyterian ministry, and by conversing with some of the Lords upright ones of the Presbyterian way; and also choice blessings among the ministry of the Independant and Baptized congregations, and some of the faithful with them.
Poorterman Annemarie : New players, new game? : the impact of emerging economies on global governance / the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies and TNO ; authors: Sijbren de Jong (project leader), Rem Korteweg, Joshua Polchar and Artur Usanov ; with the help of: Tessa Ax, Marno de Boer and Annemarie Poorterman.
Poortman J : De geschiedenis van de gemeente Staphorst : Staphorst, Ijhorst, Rouveen.
Poortman J J : Poortmans repertorium der Nederlandse wijsbegeerte.
Poortmans J R : Metabolic adaptation to prolonged physical exercise.
Poortmans John : A true relation of the last great fight between the English fleet commanded by General Monck, and the Dutch fleet, : upon the coast of Holland, on the 29 and 30. July 1653. Being a letter from the generals secretary, on board the resolution, to the right honourable the commisioners for the admirality. Licensed and entred according to order.