Pye Robert Sir 1701 : A more exact relation of the siege laid to the town of Leicester: : how it was maintained, and how lost, and what quarter was given by the Kings forces. / Delivered in to the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Robert Pye governour of the said town, and Major Iames Ennis, June 10. 1645. Published by authority.
Pye William 1557 : Concio quædam admodum elegans, docta, salubris, & pia magistri Iohannis Harpesfeldi, sacre Theologiæ baccalaurei, habita coram patribus & clero in Ecclesia Paulina Londini .26. Octobris. 1553. Cui accedunt & sequintia, videlicet VVilhelmi pij Decani Cicestrensis, & Iohannis VVymslei Archidiaconi Londini, oratios nes laudatoriæ. Item magistri Hugonis VVestoni, decani VVestmonasterij, uiri longè doctissimi & eloquentissimi, ac cleri referendarij. Oratio coram patribus & clero habita, mirè elegans ac valde docta, cum responso et exhortatione reuerendi patris, domini Edmundi Loninensis episcopi
Pyenson Lewis : Empire of reason : exact sciences in Indonesia, 1840-1940.
Pyke Sandra W : The science game : an introduction to research in the behavioural sciences / by N. Mck. Agnew and S. W. Pyke.
Pykeryng Peter : A myroure or glasse for all spiritual ministers to beholde them selues in, : wherein they may learne theyr office and duitie towardis the flocke co[m]mitted to their charge gathered out of holy scripture and Catholyke doctours / by Peter Pykeryng seruant to the ryght worshipful syr Anthonie Neuell Knyght, and one of the Kingis maiesties councel established in the northe, and sent to syr Jhon Todkyll vycar of South Leuerton, and other his co[m]plisis in Notyngham shyre for a newe yeres gyfte. Anno Domini M. D. L. I..
Pykett Jessica : Emotional states : sites and spaces of affective governance / edited by Eleanor Jupp, Jessica Pykett and Fiona M. Smith.
Pylbarough John : A commemoration of the inestimable graces and benefites of God, : infused through the bryght lyght of the knowledge of his holy word, in our most dradde soueraigne lorde Henry the eyght, by the grace of God kyng of Englande and of Fraunce, defender of the the fayth, lorde of Irelande, and in erth the supreme heed next and immediate vnder Christe of the Churche of Englande, with hartye prayse and thankes gyuyng vnto God for the same / composed uppon the glad prophecy and ioyefull psalme of Benedictus dominus deus Israel. &c..