Courtship France Early Works To 1800 : The politick and heroick vertues of love : display'd. In agreeable conversations; among some persons of quality in the French court : during the late expedition of the French King into the low countrys, illustrated with several new songs set to musick, rendered out of French into English.; Brémond, Gabriel de.
Courtship In Literature Early Works To 1800 : To her brown beard. : For i'le warrant the girl he'l love the [sic]. This counsel doth advise all maidens, kind, to have a care lest Cupid make them blind, whereby to dote on young mens fickle love, which their actions will unconstant prove: husbands enough, and plenty may be had, some very good, and some exceeding bad; then come fair maids, pray pick and chuse thebest [sic], and let Old Nick make use of all the rest, tune of Sweet is the lass, or My maidenhead will not o're load me.
Courtship Norway History To 1500 : Strategies of passion : love and marriage in medieval Iceland and Norway / by Bjørn Bandlien ; trans. Betsy van der Hoek.; Bandlien, Bjørn,
Courtship Of Animals : Sexual selection : mate choice and courtship in nature / James L. Gould, Carol Grant Gould.; Gould, James L.
Courtship Poetry : Cupid's court of salutations : full of complemental dialogues, and other amorous passages, as well commodious as delightful for young-men and maids to read and exercise.; W. B.
Courtship Scotland Early Works To 1800 : The Scotch wedding: or, A short and pretty way of wooing. : When as complexions do agree, and all things they are fitting; why should the time prolonged be, be quick and mind your knitting. To a new northern tune, much us'd at the theatres. With allowance.; D'Urfey, Thomas,
Coutard Raoul : Rocky road to Dublin [videorecording] / directed by Peter Lennon.
Coutinho Gago 1869 1959 : Report on the air crossing fron Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro / by Sacadura Cabral and Gago Coutinho ; [translated from the Portuguese by Brian de Avelar].; Cabral, Arthur de Sacadura.
Coutras France History Early Works To 1800 : A letter written by a French Catholike gentleman, to the maisters at Sorbonne. Concerning the late victories obtained by the king of Nauarre, aswell against the Duke of Ioyeuse at Coutras vpon Tuesday the twentieth of October, 1587. as els where; Mornay, Philippe de,
Covell William 1614 Briefe Answer Unto Certaine Reasons By Way Of An Ap : A defence of the ministers reasons, for refusall of subscription to the Booke of common prayer, and of conformitie : Against the seuerall ansvvers. of T. Hutton ... in his two bookes against the minist: of Dev. and Cornwell. William Covel. ... in his booke against M. I. Burges. Tho: Spark. ... in his brotherly perswasion to vnitie and vniformitie. So farr as any thing is sayd by them concerning the holy Scriptures, and Apocrypha. Devided into two partes. The first parte, concerning the holy Scriptures. The second parte, concerning the holy Scriptures and Apocrypha.; Hieron, Samuel,
Covenant Theology Biblical Teaching : The Gospel Covenant opened : wherein several particulars are handled, not of ordinary occurence, viz. : I. Whether the convenant be made at all betwixt God and us, or only betwixt God the Father and Christ, II. What that seed is, mentioned Gal. 3.6, III. What that covenant at Mount Sinai was, IV. Whether justification may be evidenced by sanctification, V. Whether the commandment commanding faith be a commandment of the law, or of thr gospel, VI. Whether faith be a condition only consequent to our justification, or antecedent, VII. Whether the conditional promises (as they are called) are promises of free grace or no, and how they agree with those that are called absolute, VIII. The agreement of the Old Covenant with the New in all essentials of them, asserted and cleared, IX. The necessary use of the Old Testament to use under the New, X. The law still of use as a rule of life to use under the New Covenant, XI. THe benefits and blessings of the new Covenant; Bulkeley, Peter,
Covenanters England Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : Speech delivered at a visitation held in the Diocese of Clogher; : sede vacante. September 27. 1671 / by D.L. ; published not only at the desire and instance of the whole clergy of that diocese, but also at the further instance of the Right Reverend Father in God, Robert, Lord Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh, expressed in his letter thereunto prefixed. Together with an epitaph written by his lordship, on John, Lord Bishop of Clogher, deceased.; Loftus, Dudley,
Covenanters Humour Early Works To 1800 : The coat of armes of Sir John Presbyter. : He beareth party per pale indented, Gods glory, and his own interest, over all honour, profit, pleasure counterchanged; ... .