Astley Richard : Some observations upon a sermon bearing the name of Mr. Astley's; : preached in opposition to a testimony, and sign unto them, of their spiritual nakedness; wherein he is found to wrest and pervert the scriptures : to be ignorant of the truth, as it is in Jesus; and consequently no minister of Christ, &c. / By a lover of the truth, John Hogg.; Hogg, John,
Aston Louise : German women and autobiography in the nineteenth century : Louise Aston, Fanny Lewald, Malwida von Meysenbug and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach.; Goodman, Katherine Ramsey.
Aston Of Forfar Walter Aston Baron 1584 1639 : El illustrissimo Señor Don Gualter Aston Cauallero de la Noble Orden del Balneo, y Varoneto, Gentilhombre de Camara en ordinario al Serenissimo Iacobo Rey Primero desse nombre de la Gran Bretaña ...; Aston of Forfar, Walter Aston,
Aston Thomas Sir 1600 1645 : To the high and honourable court of Parliament. : The humble petition of sundry of the nobles, knights, gentry, ministers, freeholders, and divers thousands of the inhabitants of the county palatine of Chester, whose names are subscribed to the several schedules hereunto annexed. In answer to a petition delivered on to the Lords Spirituall and Temporall, by Sir Thomas Aston, Baronet, from the county palatine of Chester, concerning episcopacie.
Astoria Or History : Annals of Astoria : the headquarters log of the Pacific Fur Company of the Columbia river, 1811-1813.; Jones, Robert F.
Astrazeneca Firm : Vaxxers : the inside story of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and the race against the virus / Professor Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green ; written with Deborah Crewe.; Gilbert, Sarah,
Astrogeology : An introduction to cosmochemistry.; Cowley, Charles R.
Astrolabes Early Works To 1800 : Astrolabium vranicum generale : A necessary and pleasaunt solace and recreation for nauigators in their long iorneying, containing the vse of an instrument or generall astrolabe: newly for them deuised by the author, to bring them skilfully acquainted with all the planets starres, and constellacions of the heauens ... In which, agreeable to the hipothesis of Nicolaus Copernicus, the starry firmament is appointed perpetually fixed and the earth and his horizons continually mouing from west towards the east once about euery 24 houres. Fraught also by new deuise with all such necessary supplements for iudiciall astrology, as Alkabitius & Claudius Dariottus haue deliuered by their tables. Wherevnto for their further delight he hath anexed another inuention, expressing in one face the whole globe terrestriall; with the two great english voyages lately performed round about the world. Compyled by Iohn Blagraue of Reading Gentleman, the same wellwiller to the mathematicks. Anno. 1596.; Blagrave, John,