Agents Provocateurs England Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : concerning those that shall come in from the Kings quarters, without giving an accompt thereof within five dayes to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, to be taken as spies, and be proceeded against by martiall lavv. And the same is to be speedily proclaimed and published throughout the cities of London and Westminster and the liberties thereof, and at the respective courts of guards. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.
Agents Provocateurs Ireland 17th Century : A Letter from Dublin in Ireland : containing a remarkable discovery of a horrid design of the papists to destroy that city by fire : discovered to the lord justices : together with their lordships proclamation for commanding all papists to depart ten miles out of the city : with other remarkable occurrences relating to that kingdom.
Agesander : My Laocoön : alternative claims in the interpretation of artworks.; Brilliant, Richard.
Aggressive Behavior In Animals Early Works To 1800 : Strange and horrible news which happened betwixt St. Iohns street, and Islington on Thursday morning, being the eight and twentieth day of this instant moneth of October. : Being a terrible murther committed by one of Sir Sander Duncomes beares on the body of his gardner, that usually came to feed them, where thousands of people were eye-witnesses. Also with what strange meanes and manner they used to make him loose his savage hold by muskets, pikes, and mastive dogs, which could not be, till he had torne his bowells (the man lying on his belly) thorow his back.
Aggressive Behavior In Animals England Early Works To 1800 : A sad account of the unhappy and deplorable torture, and terrible death of Mr. Parker a tobacconist at Shaklewel near Hackney; : who was miserably torn and mangled, by three doggs his leggs and arms, being almost knawd in pieces by them in such a dreadful and terrible manner, that he died in sad pain and torture on Monday morning last, and was buried at Hackney on Wednesday, the 18th of September 1700. Printed according to order.