Cross John : The confession and execution of the six prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 22th of may, 1678. : at which time were executed John Cross, George Blake, William Stone, [brace] Humphry Hulin, Thomas Constable, Rose Goodman. As also of Charles Pamplin, who was executed the same day in Covent-Garden for murdering Lieutenant Dalison. With a true account of their behaviour in Newgate from the time of their condemnation and last speeches at the place of execution.
Cross John 1630 1689 Contemplations On The Life And Glory Of Holy M : An apology for the Contemplations on the life and glory of Holy Mary mother of Jesus : Shewing, the innocency, equity and antiquity, of the honour and veneration given to the blessed virgin mother by the Holy Catholick Church. By J.C. D.D. With allowance of superiours.; Cross, John,
Crossbow Early Works To 1800 : The proclamacion made and de[vised by the] kynges hyghnesse our soueraygne lorde and his most honorable counsayle ....; England.
Crossbows Early Works To 1800 : The proclamacion made and de[vised by the] kynges hyghnesse our soueraygne lorde and his honorable counsaile ...; England.
Crosse Mary 1628 : A lasting ievvell, for religious woemen : In the summe of a sermon, preached at the funerall of mistris Mary Crosse, late wife of Mr. Henry Crosse of Barnestaple in the countie of Deuon merchant, Nouemb. 11. 1628. and now published with some additions. With a briefe description of her life and death. By William Crompton, preacher of the Word of God at Barnestaple in Deuon.; Crompton, William,
Crosses Controversial Literature : The Case of all crucifixes, images, &c. made with hands, and for religious use, in the case of Cheapside-crosse is discussed : whether their militia, the setting of them in a posture of defence, be according to law ...
Crosses Cult : The Resolvtion of those contemners that will have no crosses : being ingeniously expressed in exhortation to those that will admit of no crosse, unlesse it be their crosse-wives, or some crosse street where their conventicles are : wittily shewing some perswasive arguments unto them that if they will allow of no crosse they must new christen, unlesse they will admit of no baptisme, the Kings coin, and some streets which are nominated by that name.
Crosses Cult Early Works To 1800 : The resolution of those contemners that will have no crosses. : Being ingeniously expressed in exhortation to those, that will admit of no crosse, unlesse it be their crosse-wives; or some crosse street where their conventicles are. Wittily shewing, some perswasive arguments unto them, that if they will allow of no crosse, they must new christen (unlesse they will admit of no baptisme) the Kings coin; and some streets, which are nominated by that name.