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De Leeuw Sarah : Unmarked : landscapes along Highway 16 / Sarah de Leeuw.; De Leeuw, Sarah.  c2004 1
De Luzancy H C Hippolyte Du Chastelet 1713   6
De Maistre Roy Exhibitions : Roy de Maistre : a retrospective exhibition of paintings and drawings from 1917-1960 held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, May-June 1960.  1960 1
De Man Paul 1919 1983   3
De Maria Walter 1935 2013 Lightning Field : Arts of wonder : enchanting secularity--Walter de Maria, Diller + Scofidio, James Turrell, Andy Goldsworthy / Jeffrey L. Kosky.; Kosky, Jeffrey L.  2013 1
De Micheli Roberta Trials Litigation Etc : Cases of A - Zanghi, B - Padovani, C - Pizzetti, D - De Micheli, E - Salesi, F - Trevisan, G - Billi, H - Messina v. Italy : judgments of 10 and 26 February 1993.; European Court of Human Rights.  1993 1
  De Montfort Simon Earl Of Leicester 1208 1265 -- See Montfort, Simon de, Earl of Leicester, 1208?-1265.
De Morgan Evelyn 1855 1919   2
  De Morgan Mrs Evelyn -- See De Morgan, Evelyn, 1855-1919
De Morgan William Frend 1839 1917 : William de Morgan tiles / Jon Catleugh ; with essays by Elizabeth Aslin and Alan Caiger-Smith.; Catleugh, Jon.  1983 1
De Palma Brian : Brian de Palma.; Bliss, Michael,  1983 1
De Pazzi Maria Maddalena Saint 1566 1607 : Vita della veneranda Madre suor Maria Maddalena deṔazzi. English; Puccini, Vincenzio.  1687 1
De Quincey Thomas 1785 1859   15
De Quincey Thomas 1785 1859 Confessions Of An English Opium Eater : Alien nation : nineteenth-century Gothic fictions and English nationality / Cannon Schmitt.; Schmitt, Cannon.  c1997 1
De Roberto Federico   4
De Ruggiero Guido 1888 1948   2
De Sainte Croix G E M : Crux : essays presented to G.E.M. de Ste Croix on his 75th birthday / edited by P.A. Cartledge & F.D. Harvey.  1985 1
De Sanctis Francesco   2
De Sica Vittorio 1901 1974   3
De Stijl Art Movement   2
De Thermis Britannicis : Propositions touching printing a book entituled, De thermis Britannicis; Guidott, Thomas,  1686? 1
De Valera Eamon 1882 1975   3
De Verdun Family : The fortunes of a Norman family : the de Verduns in England, Ireland and Wales, 1066-1316.; Hagger, Mark S.  2001 1
De Vizars Gentleman : A copie of the letter, of the Nationall Synod of the Reformed Churches of France. Represented to the Kings Majesty. Together, with the complaint made to his Majestie, concerning divers aggrievances, at Campeigne the 16. of September, 1631. by the two deputies of the said synod, Mr. Amirault minister, and Mr. De Vizars gentleman. With the answer and the letter of his Majesty returned to the synod; Eglises réformées de France.  1631 1
De Wet Christiaan Rudolf 1854 1922 : The great escape of the Boer Pimpernel : Christiaan de Wet - the making of a legend / Fransjohan Pretorius ; translated and adapted by Stephen Hofstätter assisted by Wilhelm Snyman.; Pretorius, F.  2001 1
De Wint Peter : Masters of English landscape painting : J.S. Cotman, David Cox, Peter De Wint.  1903 1
De Winton Jeffreys Parry 1829 1892 : De Winton's of Caernarfon, 1854-1892 : Mr. Owen Thomas and Jeffreys de Winton, Esq. : maritime aspects of the Union Foundry business, Caernarfon.; Lloyd, Lewis,  1994 1
De Wintons Firm : De Winton's of Caernarfon, 1854-1892 : Mr. Owen Thomas and Jeffreys de Winton, Esq. : maritime aspects of the Union Foundry business, Caernarfon.; Lloyd, Lewis,  1994 1
De Wolf Family : Traces of the trade [videorecording] : a story from the Deep North / directed, produced and written by Katrina Browne.  c2007 1
Deacon John Active 17th Century Dialogicall Discourses Of Spirits And : A suruey of certaine dialogical discourses: vvritten by Iohn Deacon, and Iohn Walker, concerning the doctrine of the possession and dispossession of diuels : VVherein is manifested the palpable ignorance and dangerous errors of the discoursers, and what according to proportion of God his truth, every christian is to hold in these poyntes. Published by Iohn Darrell minister of the gospell.; Darrel, John,  1602 1
Deacon John Active 17th Century Publick Discovery Of A Secret Deceit : A publike discovery, of the open blindness of Babels builders, and their confused language, who have been building without, till they deny faith, knowledge and the Gospel light within, the law of the new covenant, and matter of the new creature. : Plainly laid open in an answer to a book intituled A publike discovery of a secret deceipt, subscribed John Deacon, in behalf of some who pretend a call to the ministry. Wherein their first queries their replyes; their answers to my queries, and their last queries is answered, and their whole work laid open, and the end thereof with queries sent back, by them to be answered, that their boasting spirit may be farther revealed, & its blindness. Here is also some of their confusions taken out of the heap, and set by themselves to be seen, how they will stand in the eye of truth, where but the least measure of God is known. / By an enemy to deceit, but a friend to the creation, called James Naylor.; Naylor, James,  1656 1
Deacon John Active 17th Century Summarie Answere To Al The Material P : The replie of Iohn Darrell, to the answer of Iohn Deacon, and Iohn Walker, concerning the doctrine of the possession and dispossession of demoniakes; Darrel, John,  1602 1
Deacon Richard 1949 : Richard Deacon / Jon Thompaon...[and others].; Deacon, Richard,  2000 1
Deacon Richard 1949 Exhibitions   2
Deaconesses England History 19th Century : The beginning of women's ministry : the revival of the deaconess in the nineteenth-century Church of England / edited by Henrietta Blackmore.  2007 1
Deacons Church Of Scotland Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of ruling elders & deacons. : In which, these things which belong to the understanding of their office and duty, are clearly and shortly set down. / By a minister of the Church of Scotland.; Guthrie, James,  1690 1
Dead   2
Dead Animal Disposal England Oxford Early Works To 1800 : August 24, 1661. The vice-chancellour and major, respectively, in His Majesties name, doe streightly charge and command ...; University of Oxford.  1661 1
Dead Biblical Teaching : Israel's beneficent dead : ancestor cult and necromancy in ancient Israelite religion and tradition.; Schmidt, Brian B.  1996 1
Dead Bodies Law : After we die : the life and times of the human cadaver / Norman L. Cantor.; Cantor, Norman L.  2010 1
Dead Bodies Law Japan : The ritual of rights in Japan : law, society, and health policy.; Feldman, Eric A.  2000 1
Dead Early Works To 1800 : Immortality in mortality magnifi'd in a strange (yet true) narration of one Master Pountney, merchant, : sometimes living in the parish of Mary le Bow in Cheapside, who was buried in the chancell of the church of Leonard East-cheap, anno Dom. 1613. and was found on this present Feb. 15. 1647. whole and sound without any diminution or corruption of his members or body inward or outward, having lain in his grave (according to the precedent date, which is extracted from the register book of the aforesaid parish, Leonards East-cheap) 34 years, published as a wonder of wonders in this age. Printed and published according to order of Parliament.  1647 1
Dead England Early Works To 1800 : A full and true account of a strange and wonderful discovery, of an unknown person that was found on Saturday last, within the top of a chimney, in the house of 'Squire Pimm in Aurendel-Street, Pickadelia; supposed to have lain there for several years, his skin, and flesh being dry'd hard as shoeleather; with several strange circumstances relating thereto, the like having not been heard of in the memory of any man living..  1701 1
Dead Folklore   2
Dead Folklore Early Works To 1800 : A strange and wonderful example of Gods judgmenents [sic], shewed upon Iames Brathwaight of Shoreditch, London, 1645. : Shewing how he was twice buried, and the last time layed three foot deeper than before, and another layed upon him; yet the grave was opened as before, and his body eaten and torn to pieces with dogges, and the other corps not touched. Also, a relation of the life and conversation of the said Iames Brathwaight, his fearfull vowes, oaths, and imprecations; the manner of his death, and how the grave was opened in the night. With the confession and acknowledgement of his wife, and many un-heard of passages, which will be maintained to be true, by the wife of the said Iames, the clerke of the parish, the sexton, the grave-maker, William Pillips a gardiner and many other persons of note.  1645 1
Dead Folklore Folklore : Vampires, burial, and death : folklore and reality / Paul Barber.; Barber, Paul,  2010 1
Dead Identification   2
Dead In Literature   5
Dead Legal Status Laws Etc : After we die : the life and times of the human cadaver / Norman L. Cantor.; Cantor, Norman L.  2010 1
Dead Man Motion Picture : Dead man.; Rosenbaum, Jonathan.  2000 1
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