Anderton Lawrence Sainct Austines Religion : Saint Austins religion : vvherein is manifestly proued out of the vvorkes of that learned Father, who liued neere twelue hundred yeares before the time of Luther; that he dissented from poperie, and agreed with the religion of the Protestants, in all the maine poynts of faith and doctrine: contrary to that impudent, erronious, and slanderous position of the bragging papists of our times, who falsly affirme, wee had no religion, before the times of Luther and Caluine. Wherevnto is newly added, Saint Austins summes; in answer to Mr. Iohn Breerely, priest.; Cooke, Alexander,
Anderton William 1693 Remarks Upon The Present Confederacy And The Late : An appeal of murther from certain unjust judges, lately sitting at the Old Baily : to the righteous judge of heaven and earth; and to all sensible English-men, containing a relation of the tryal, behaviour, and death of Mr. William Anderton, executed June 16. 1693. at Tyburn, for pretended high treason.; Grascome, Samuel,
Andes Region Antiquities Catalogues : Mirrors of clay : reflections of ancient Andean life in ceramics from the Sam Olden Collection / Yumi Park ; with an introduction by Sam Olden ; photography by Eric Huntington.; Park, Yumi,
Andreadis Stratis Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of the Holy Monasteries v. Greece : judgment of 9 December 1994 : B - Case of Stran Greek Refineries and Stratis Andreadis v. Greece : judgment of 9 December 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Andres Stefan : Stefan Andres : the Christian humanist as a critic of his times.; Klapper, John,
Andreucci Aldo Trials Litigation Etc : Cases of Nibbio, Borgese, Biondi, Monaco, Lestini, G, Andreucci, Arena and Cormio v. Italy : judgments of 26 and 27 February 1992.; European Court of Human Rights.
Andrew John Mr : Sad and bloody newes from Yorkshire : Being a true relation of a most strange barbarous, and cruel murther, committed near Ferry-Brigs, on the persons of Mr. John Andrew, and Mistris Elizabeth Stone, occasioned by Mr John Stone, uncle to the aforesaid mistris Elizabeth: and the great and wonderful discovery thereof, immediately upon the bloody tragedy acted against these two precious souls. With the manner thereof; and the sad and heavy judgments that befel the said Mr. Stone, and his dear wife, as they lay a few nights after in their bed; to the unspeakable grief of their friends and relations.
Andrew Richard : The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire..
Andrew Thomas Active 1520 : Henry by the grace of God kyng of Engl[ãd] and of France, and lord of Ireland, to all and syngular archebisshops & bysshops, abbattis ... to whome these ̃psent letters shall com sendeth grettyng : know ye that of late by the wyng of our humble [su]bgiette Thomas Andrew of the parisshe of Southmymes in the counte of Midd. ...; England and Wales.
Andrewes Lancelot 1555 1626 Responsio Ad Apologiam Cardinalis Bella : An adioynder to the supplement of Father Robert Persons his discussion of M. Doctor Barlowes ansvvere &c. : Contayning a discouery, and confutation of very many foule absurdityes, falsities, and lyes in M. D. Andrewes his Latin booke intituled, Responsio ad apologiam Cardinalis Bellarmini &c. An answere to the apology of Card. Bellarmine. Written by F.T. ... Also an appendix touching a register alleaged by M. Franc. Mason for the lawfull ordayning of Protestant bishops in Q. Elizabeths raigne.; Fitzherbert, Thomas,