Christian Martyrs France : A Continvation of the histories of forreine martyrs : from the happy reign of the most renowned Queen Elizabeth, to these times : with sundry relations of those bloudy massacres executed upon the Protestants in the cities of France, in the yeare 1572 : wherevnto are annexed the two famous deliverances of our English nation, the one from the Spanish invasion in 88, the other from the Gunpowder Treason in the yeare 1605 : together with the barbarous cruelties exercised upon the professors of the Gospell in the Valtoline, 1621.
Christian Martyrs Germany Early Works To 1800 : Martyrologium ecclesiae Germanicae per vetustum : quod per septingentos annos delituit / in publicum nunc prodit è bibliotheca Matthiae Friderici Beckii ; ad eodem è membranis descriptum et libro commentario illustratum.; Beck, Matthias Friedrich,
Christian Martyrs Turkey : Strange and wonderful news from Italy, or, A true amd impartial relation of the travels, adventures, and martyrdome of four eminent Quakers of York-shire : who in the year 1672 travelled through France, Italy, and Turkey to propagate their religion : wherein is fully and faithfully declared the deigns, endeavours, and attempts of these zealous Quakers for the conversion of the Turk and Pope : with a summary account of the event and success of the business and of all the most remarkable occurrents : as also a faithful narrative of their private discourses, conferences, and disputes which passed between these Quakers and the Pope, the Cardinal Nephew, and Cardinal Barbarini : also of their voyage to Constantinople and of their most barbarous, cruel, and bloody death by the special command of the Mufti and the Vizier Bassa / faithfully and compendiously related by Elias Wilson.; Wilson, Elias.
Christian Poetry American Early Works To 1800 : A watch for a wise man's observation. : In two parts. First, a divine poem, on the three persons in the Holy Trinity, the four evangelists, the Ten Commandments, and the twelve apostles. II. A preparation, by a holy life, for the hour of death, that we may all be fitted for our latter end when we shall go hence, and be no more seen.