Actions And Defences England Cases : A True copie of a writing testmonial by aucthority deuised and commaunded : to satisfie the world, and to cleere Zachary Dow, of London, draper, and his children, from the reproach of a hand wryting, falsely compacted and maliciously published in Blackwell Hall and else where against him, and also from that most iniurious clayme of 238.li. vpon the iame [sic] wryting made by one Sara Babington now Sara Gough, the wife of John Gough as appeareth.
Actions On The Case Great Britain : The action on the case : an historical survey of the development of the Action up to the year 1700, in the light of the original plea rolls and other unpublished sources : with an excursus on the doctrine of Consideration and a note on Case in Inferior Courts / by A.K. Kiralfy.; Kiralfy, A. K. R.
Active Childbirth : Dynamic positions in birth : a fresh look at how women's bodies work in labour / Margaret Jowitt.; Jowitt, Margaret,
Active Learning Research : Involvement of children and teacher style : insights from an international study on experiential education / edited by Ferre Laevers and Ludo Heylen.
Active Learning Study And Teaching : Evaluating teaching and courses from an active learning perspective / Mike O'Neil and Gus Pennington.; Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom.
Acton London England History Military : A exact and true relation of the battell fought on Saturday last at Acton, between the Kings army and the Earl of Essex his forces : with the number that were slain on both sides : also, a true relation of the taking of the Earl of Middlesex, Sir Kellan Digby, and the Lord of Dorsets Son, on Saturday the 12 of Nov. at Mile-end-Green, in a coach, coming to view the works / sent from the army from one Master Bourn an officer under Colonell Hollis.; Bourne, Nehemiah,
Acton London England History Military Early Works To 1800 : A [sic] exact and true relation of the battell fought on Saturday last at Acton, between the Kings Army, and the Earle of Essex his forces. : With the number that were slain on both sides. Also, a true relation of the taking of the Earl of Middlesex, Sir Kellam Digby, and the Lord of Dorsets son, on Saturday the 12. of Nov. at Mile-end-Green, in a coach, coming to view the works. Sent from the Army from one Master Bourn an officer under Colonell Hollis.; Bourne, Nehemiah,