Allin John 1664 : An exact relation of the most execrable attempts of John Allin committed on the person of His Excellency Francis Lord Willoughby of Parham, Captain General of the continent of Guiana and of all the Caribby-Islands, and our Lord Proprietor; Byam, William,
Allin Thomas : To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty : a true and exact relation of the petitioner James Carol, in discovering the treasonable words spoke by one Thomas Allin ...; Carol, James.
Allingham Margery 1904 1966 : From Agatha Christie to Ruth Rendell : British women writers in detective and crime fiction.; Rowland, Susan,
Allington John 1682 Brief Apology For The Sequestred Clergy : The reform'd samaritan, or, The worship of God by the measures of spirit and truth : preached for a visitation-sermon at the convention of the clergy, by the reverend Arch-Deacon of Coventry, in Coventry, April the sixth, 1676 : to which is annexed, a review of a short discourse printed in 1649, about the necessity and expediency of worshipping God by set forms / by John Allington ...; Allington, John,
Allix Pierre 1641 1717 Animadversions On Mr Hills Book : Polemica Christiana, or, An earnest contending for the faith : which was once deliver'd unto the saints in I. a letter to the author of the Dialogue, &c., II. a vindication of the doctrine of Mr. Richard Hooker, against the mis-representation of an anti-trinitarion, in a pamphlet entitled, Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the trinity, III. reflections upon some passages in a book entitled, The history of religion, IV. a vindication of Vincentius Lirinensis, from the unjust reproach cast on him, by an anonymous writer, in a book entitled, Animadversions on Mr. Hill's book / by Edmund Elys ...; Elys, Edmund,
Allnut Mr : To the right honourable His Majesties judges, now sitting in Oxon, &c : the humble petition of Stephen Jay, clerk, rector of Chinner, in the county of Oxon.; Jay, Stephen,
Almanac English Early Works To 1800 : Wing 1648 : an almanack and prognostication for the year of 1648 being the bissextile or leap-yeare and from the creation of the world 5597, wherein is contained many usefull pleasant and necessary observations being very delectable and are easie to be understood of all sorts of men ... calculated (according to art) for the meridian and latitude of Belvoir-Castle in Lincolnshire whose longitude is 20 deg, 0 min, latitude 52 deg, 52 min and without sensible errour may serve the 3 kingdoms of England, Scotland and Iceland / by Vincent Wing.; Wing, Vincent,
Almanacs American 17th Century : Tulley, 1698. An almanack for the year of our Lord, MDCXCII, being bissextile or leap-year, and from the creation 5641. Amplified with astronomical observations from the suns ingresse into Aries, and the other cardinal points, and from the planets and thier aspects; with an account of the eclipses, conjunctions, and other configurations of the cœlestial bodies. Calculated for and fitted to the meridian of Boston in New England where the north pole is elevated 42. gr 30. min. But may indifferently serve any part of New England. By John Tulley.; Tulley, John,
Almanacs American Maryland Early Works To 1800 : An almanack for the provinces of Virginia & Maryland : shewing the day of the month, golden number, dominicall letter, & epact, and a table of the new moons for XXX years : also the suns place, it's riseing and setting, the length of ye dayes & nights, and moveable feasts for ever : with severall other usefull remarques calculated for ye meridian of the said provinces / by John Seller.; Seller, John,
Almanacs American Massachusets Boston : An almanack of cœlestial motions for the year of the Christian æpocha, 1680 : being in our account first after leap-year; and from the creation, 5629. Calculated for the meridian of Boston in New-England, where the Artick Pole is elevated 42 degrees and 30 minutes.; Foster, John,
Almanacs American Massachusettts Early Works To 1800 : An almanack, or, Astronomical calculations of the most remarkable celestial revolutions, &c. visible in our horizon : together with the Scripture and Jewish names (wherein though we agree not with their terms, yet we follow their order) for the ensuing year 1666 : being in our account third from leap-year, and from the creation 5615 : whose vulgar notes are ... calculated to N.E. longit. 315 degr. and latit. 42 degr. 30 min. / by Josiah Flint ...; Flint, Josiah,
Almanacs American Pennsylvania Early Works To 1800 : An almanack for the year of Christian account 1687. : Particularly respecting the meridian and latitude of Burlington, but may indifferently serve all places adjacent / by Daniel Leeds ...; Leeds, Daniel,
Almanacs American Virginia Early Works To 1800 : An almanack for the provinces of Virginia & Maryland : shewing the day of the month, golden number, dominicall letter, & epact, and a table of the new moons for XXX years : also the suns place, it's riseing and setting, the length of ye dayes & nights, and moveable feasts for ever : with severall other usefull remarques calculated for ye meridian of the said provinces / by John Seller.; Seller, John,
Almanacs American69648484 Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : Tully 1687. An almanack for the year of our Lord MDCLXXXVII : being the third after leap-year and from the creation 5636 ... calculated for and fitted to the meridian of Boston in New-England where the North Pole is elevated 42. gr. 30 m / by John Tully.; Tulley, John,
Almanacs Australian History : Visions of the future [electronic resource] : almanacs, time, and cultural change, 1775-1870 / Maureen Perkins.; Perkins, Maureen.