Arpack Computer File : ARPACK users' guide : solution of large-scale eigenvalue problems with implicitly restarted Arnoldi methods / R. B. Lehoucq, D. C. Sorensen, C. Yang.; Lehoucq, R. B.
Arpington Kent : Strange news from Arpington near Bexly in Kent : being a true narrative of a young maid who was possest with several devils or evil spirits, one of which, by the prayers of a pious and religious doctor, who came to visit her, was fetcht out of her body and appear'd in the room in the likeness of a large snake, and twisted it self about the doctors neck whilst he was at his devotion : with an account also of other devils which yet remain in her, and reveal several strange things, the like never heard before, of which the contents within will give you a particular account / this narrative is attested by several persons of credit, but amongst many others by one Mrs. Hopper ...; Hopper,
Arraignment Of Mr Persecution : The arraignement and condemnation of the chiefe heresies and errours of these times. : Which may serve as an answer to a late scandalous and blasphemous libell: intituled, The arraignment of Mr. Persecution. Containing a cleer and full confutation of these sects following: viz. 1. Papists. 2. Arminians. 3. Antinomians. 4. Anabaptists. 5. Millenaries. 6. Brownists. 7. Familists. 8. Seekers. With a plaine discovery of atheists and hypocrites: and divers speciall cases of conscience resolved. / By R. Squire, a lover of truth and peace.; Squire, Robert,
Arranged Marriage England Early Works To 1800 : The case of John Hall and John Keene, Esquires, executors of Thomas Thynne late of Longleat in the county of Wilts, Esquire, appellants; against Jane Potter of Bloomsbury in the County of Middlesex, widow, and administratrix of Mr. George Potter her late husband, respondent.
Arrest England : The ancient, legal, fundamental, and necessary rights of courts of justice : in their writs of capias, arrests, and process of outlary [sic] : and the illegality, many mischiefs, and inconveniences, which may arrive to the people of England by the proposals tendred to His Majesty and the high court of Parliament for the abolishing of that old and better way and method of justice, and the establishing of a new, by peremptory summons and citations in actions of debt / by Fabian Philipps.; Philipps, Fabian,