Archaeology Wales Carmarthenshire : South-West Wales : Pembrokeshire and western Carmarthenshire : report and proceedings of the 156th Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2010 / compiled by John R. Kenyon and edited by Patrick Ottaway.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).
Archaeology Wales Pembrokeshire : South-West Wales : Pembrokeshire and western Carmarthenshire : report and proceedings of the 156th Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in 2010 / compiled by John R. Kenyon and edited by Patrick Ottaway.; Royal Archaeological Institute (Great Britain).
Archconfraternity Of The Cord Of St Francis : A manuell of the Arch-Confraternitie of the Cord of the Passion, instituted in the seraphicall order of S. Francis ... : together vvith many profitable instructions how Christians may satisfie for their sinnes by the meanes of indulgences ... / by Br. Angelus Francis ...; Angelus à Sancto Francisco,
Archer John : A moniter of mortalitie : in two sermons, by a consideration of the manifold and uncertaine surprizalls of death, guiding the pace and passages of a temporall life, towards the obtainement of life eternall, occasioned by the death of that hopefull young gentleman John Archer Esquire, sonne and heir to Sir Simon Archer, Knight of Warwickshiere and by the death of Mistris Harpur, a grave and godly matron, (wife to Mr. Henry Harpur of the city of Chester,) and of the death of their religious daughter Phabe Harper, a child of about 12 years of age / by Iohn Ley.; Ley, John,
Archer John Active 17th Century Comfort For Beleevers About Their Sin : A short declaration of the Assembly of Divines, : by way of detestation of this abominable and blasphemous opinion, that God is, and hath an hand in, and is the author of the sinfulnesses of his people; mentioned in a book intituled, Comfort for believers, about their sins and troubles. Together with the orders of both Houses of Parliament for the burning of the said book by the hand of the common hangman.; Westminster Assembly
Archer John Active 17th Century Personall Raigne Of Christ Upon Earth : The Revelation unrevealed : concerning the thousand-yeares reigne of the saints with Christ upon earth. Laying forth the weak grounds, and strange consequences of that plausible, and too-much received opinion. By an unfained lover of truth, peace, order, and just moderation.; Hall, Joseph,
Archer John Beville : Glimpses of Sarawak between 1912 and 1946 : autobiographical extracts and articles of an officer of the Rajahs / compiled, edited and with an introduction by Vernon L. Porritt.; Archer, John Beville.
Archer John Master Of Art Comfort For Believers About Their Sins And Troubl : A short declaration of the Assembly of Divines : by way of detestation of this abominable and blasphemous opinion, that God is, and hath an hand in, and is the author of the sinfulnesses of his people, mentioned in his book intituled, Comfort for believers, about their sins and troubles : together with the orders of both Houses of Parliament for the burning the said book by the hand of the common hangman.; Westminster Assembly
Archers England Early Works To 1800 : The double-armed man, by the new inuention : briefly shewing some famous exploits atchieued by our Brittish bowmen: with seuerall portraitures proper for the pike and bow. / By W.N. archer.; Neade, William.
Archery Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : [An ex]cellent nevve ballet, made in the praise and [co]mmendation of [the] most noble and famous game of arch[eri]e : incoura[ging] all men to the goodly vse of bowes..
Archery Poetry : Archerie reviv'd, or, The bow-man's excellence : an heroick poem : being a description of the use and noble vertues of the long-bow in our last age, so famous for the many great and admired victories won by the English, and other warlike nations over most part of the world : exhorting all brave spirits to the banishment of vice, by the use of so noble and healthful an exercise / written by Robert Shotterel and Thomas Durfey ...; Shotterel, Robert.
Archery Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Archerie reviv'd: a poetical essay, penn'd upon occasion of the intended muster of the Company of Archers in Scotland, June 11. 1677; W. C.
Arches Triumphal England London Early Works To 1800 : The arch's of triumph erected in honor of the high and mighty prince. Iames. the first of that name. King, of England. and the sixt of Scotland. : at his Maiesties entrance and passage through his honorable citty & chamber of London. vpon the 15th. day of march 1603. Invented and published by Stephen Harrison ioyner and architect: and graven by William Kip.; Harrison, Stephen,
Arches Triumphal Portugal Lisbon Early Works To 1800 : The triumphant and sumptuous arch erected by the Company of English Marchants residing in Lisbone, vpon the Spanish Kings entry made thereinto : Togither with the architecture thereof described, the painted quadrants, the figures of halfe and whole stature, the ornaments, iewels, rich vestiments, the histories, ænigmes therein employed, with their declarations; and the Latine mottoes, and Spanish verses expressed in English. Wherein also, mention is made of the magnificent present the Duke of Braganza gaue to the King, the number of the traine that followed him, the wonderfull prouisions, and buildings set vp for the Grandes of Spaine, with the other lords and seruants of his Maiesties court, the salues of artillery, with the fires and lights that were made all ouer the citie, on the day that he came within sight thereof, to Almada, a place on the other side of the riuer, halfe a league distant, and right ouer against Lisbone. Faithfully translated out of the Spanish originall.