Collins Samuel 1619 1670 Epphata To F T : The obmutesce of F.T. to the Epphata of D. Collins. Or The reply of F.T. to D. Collins his defence of my Lord of VVinchesters answere to Cardinall Bellarmines Apology : In which reply M. Collins is conuinced of most manifest frauds, falsityes, fooleryes, & lyes. Written by Thomas Fitzherbert Priest of the Society of Iesus, in defence of his adioynder impugned by M. Collins: wherein the authors name was cyphred with the two letters F.T.; Fitzherbert, Thomas,
Collins Wilkie 1824 1889 Frozen Deep : In remembrance of the late Mr. Douglas Jerrold ... Gallery of Illustration, Regent Street, Waterloo Place, handsomely placed at the disposal of the committee by Mr. Willert Beale. The committee, in remembrance of their deceased friend, beg to announce the following occasions: On Saturday evening, July 18th, will be repeated, at the Gallery of Illustration, Regent Street, Mr. Wilkie Collins's new romantic drama, in three acts, The frozen deep ...
Collisions At Sea Prevention : Hints on sea-risks [electronic resource] : containing some practical suggestions for diminishing maritime losses both of life and property : addressed to merchants, ship-owners and mariners / by Edward Jennings.; Jennings, Edw.
Colman Jeremiah 1659 : Breach upon breach, or, An acknowledgement of judiciall breaches made upon us, procured by sinfull breaches found amongst us : with instruction, admonition, and encouragement yet to turn to him that smites us : as the sum of it was delivered at the funerall of Mr. Jeremiah Colman, late preacher of the Gospell at Hetherset in Norfolk, February 18, 1658/9 / by Tho. Moore, Junior.; Moore, Thomas,
Colman Richard Trials Litigation Etc : Cases of A - Sibson v. the United Kingdom, judgement of 20 April 1993 : B - Brannigan and McBride v. the United Kingdom ... judgment of 25 May 1993 : C - Lamguindaz v. the United Kingdom, judgment of 23 June 1993 : D - Colman v. the United Kingdom, judgment of 28 June 1993.; European Court of Human Rights.
Colnbrook Berkshire History : Horrible newes from Colebrooke, declaring the cruelty of Prince Robert in plundering the said towne, and exercising tirany against the inhabitants : also declaring how twelve cavaliers were taken at VVatford by his excellence the Earle of Essex : whereunto is annexed, exceeding joyfull newes from Greenwich in Kent, declaring how the Kings armory was seized on, for the service of the King and Parliament.
Colnbrook Berkshire History Early Works To 1800 : Horrible newes from Colebrooke, declaring the cruelty of prince Robert in plundering the said towne, and exercising tirany against the inhabitants. : Also delcaring how twelve cavaliers were taken at VVatford, by his Excelence the Earle of Essex. Whereunto is annexed, exceeding joyfull newes from Greenwich in Kent, declareing how the Kings armory was seized on, for the service of the King and Parliament.