Denmark Navigation History : Maritime minder fra Grønlandsfarten / [oversættelse af billedtekster ved Paula Hostrup-Jessen (engelsk) og Elisabeth Henningsen (tysk) ; redaktion ved Jens Lorentzen].; Holm-Petersen, Frode.
Denmark Relations Africa West : Slaves, Danes, and African coast society : the Danish slave trade from West Africa and Afro-Danish relations on the eighteenth-century Gold Coast / Per O. Hernæs.; Hernæs, Per O.
Denn Cornet 1649 : A full narative [sic] of all the proceedings betweene His Excellency the Lord Fairfax and the mutineers, since his Excellencies advance from London, Thursday May 10. to their routing and surprizall, Munday May 14. at mid-night. : VVith the particulars of that engagement, the prisoners taken, and the triall and condemning Cornet Thompson and Cornet Denn to die, who were the ringleaders in the mutiny. Also his Excellencies the Lord Generals letter to the Speaker concerning the same. Published by speciall authority to prevent false and impertinent relations.
Denne Henry 1606 Or 7 1660 Doctrine And Conversation Of John : A den of theeves discovered. Or certaine errours and false doctrines, / delivered in a sermon at a visitation holden at Baldocke in the county of Hertford, Decemb. 9. 1641. By Henry Denne, curate at Pyrton in Hertfordshire. And since printed by his owne appointment. Contradicted justly by many of the auditors. And confuted by Thomas-Atvvood Rotherham, now rector of St John Zacharies, London, and sometimes vicar of Ickleford in Hertfordshire, neare Hitchin. Here you have the point of iustification by free grace fully handled, together with many difficult places of Scripture (much abused) plainly expounded; and some speciall cases of conscience resolved, whereby the weakest Christian, in the greatest conflict, may gather true and solid comfort. With severall tables very necessary and usefull for the reader. Published by authority.; Rotherham, Thomas Atwood,
Denne Henry 1606 Or 7 1660 Grace Mercy And Peace : An antidote against antinomianisme. The first dosis. : The unjustifiablenesse of justification before faith. Prescribed and administred in a soft answer: I. To seven arguments. II. To the solutions of five objections. III. To the novell distinction of Gods reconciliation to man, without mans reconciliation to God. Penned plainly, for the undeceiving of the plain-hearted Christian; and mildely, for the regaining of our mistaken brother H.D. By D.H.; D. H.
Denne Henry 1606 Or 7 1660 Levellers Designe Discovered : Sea-green & blue, see which speaks true. Or Reason contending with treason. In discussing the late unhappy difference in the Army, which now men dream is well composed. : Wherein also is weighed, the testimony of one lately risen from the dead, concerning the Levellers. And a general, short proposall, made in order to the relief of bleeding Ireland. Tendred to the serious consideration of all men (that desire to look before they leap) especially the souldiery of this nation, both in field and garrison.
Denne Henry 1606 Or 7 1660 Seven Arguments To Prove That In : An antidote against antinomianisme. The first dosis. : The unjustifiablenesse of justification before faith. Prescribed and administred in a soft answer: I. To seven arguments. II. To the solutions of five objections. III. To the novell distinction of Gods reconciliation to man, without mans reconciliation to God. Penned plainly, for the undeceiving of the plain-hearted Christian; and mildely, for the regaining of our mistaken brother H.D. By D.H.; D. H.
Dennington England History Early Works To 1800 : Newes from Dennington Castle or a true copy of Major William Rives his letter, in vindication of himselfe and others. : Wherein is related the condition of the leaguer before it, and the manner of the late sallie from the castle, with what losse was on both sides. Licensed and printed according to order.; Ryves, William,
Dennis Isaac : A narrative of the cruelties & abuses acted by Isaac Dennis, keeper, his wife and servants, in the prison of Newgate, in the city of Bristol, upon the people of the Lord in scorn called Quakers, who were there committed for the exercise of their consciences towards God : with an account of the eminent judgments of God upon him, and his end / published for a warning to others, by some of those people who were sufferers under him.