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Armstrong Archie 1672 : Death in a new dress: or Sportive funeral elegies. : Commemorating the renowned lives and lamented deaths of these eminent personages, Robbin the annyseed-water seller. Martin Parker the famous poet. Archee the late kings jester. The gentlewoman that so often travail'd up Holborn-Hill upon her bum, &c. With the celebration of some (harmless but plesant healths) hitherto not in fashion: and other drollerical crotchets, very delightful. / By S.F.; S. F.
Armstrong Diane 1939 : The voyage of their life : the story of the SS Derna and its passengers.; Armstrong, Diane,
Armstrong Thomas Sir 1624 1684 Early Works To 1800 : The proceedings against Sir Thomas Armstrong knight. : At the kings Bench-Bar Westminster on Saturday the 14th of June 1684. In order to an award of execution of death, upon attainder of high-treason by out-lawry, for conspiring the death of the King, &c.
Armyne William Sir 1593 1651 : The saints entrance into peace and rest by death: : as it was held forth in a sermon / preached at the funerall of that honourable statesman, and ever to be valued father and lover of his country, Sir William Armyne baronet one of the members of the high court of Parliament: in the day when hee was buryed with his fathers, being honourably but mournfully attended from London where he dyed, to Lenton in Lincolnshire, where he was interred, in the ancient sepulchre of his ancestors, May 10. 1651. By Seth Wood preacher of the Gospel at Lenton.; Wood, Seth.
Armyne William Sir 1658 : Ars piè moriendi, or, The true accomptant / a sermon preached Jan. 18, 1657, at the solemn funerals of that worthy gentleman, Sir William Armyne, Baronet ... by Christopher Shute ...; Shute, Christopher,
Armytage John Sir 1732 1758 : [Dispute between William Thornton and Robert Fox Lane over the election in York to fill the seat in Parliament left vacant by the death of Sir John Armytage].; Enemy to All Bribery and Corruption.
Arnauld Antoine 1612 1694 Perpetuite De La Foi De Leglise Catholiqu : A discourse of Monsr. Vigier to the Lord Abbot Goddon, great dean of the cathedral church of Toul in Lorrain : concerning the book of Monsr. Arnaud, doctor of the Sorbon, entituled The perpetuity of the faith of the Catholick Church touching the Eucharist, maintained against the book of Monsieur Claude : in which discourse is very briefly discovered the vanity and ineffectualness of that pompous volume of the Sorbonist / Englished out of French.; Viger, François,