Deptford London England History Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the great and terrible inundation of waters, and over-flowering of the lower-town of Deptford, on Thursday last, about two of the clock in the afternoon: : With the manner how the river of Thames brake into the merchants yard, Greenwich Meadows, and several other places; removed great trees, level'd strong foundations, drowned may hundreds of cattel, and flowing up to the second story of the Chambers, insomuch, that the water-men were forced to row up and down the streets with their boats, to take men, women, and children, out of their windows, and to save little children that swum in their cradles: With the appearing of three black clouds immediatly before the floud, foreshewing the strange things that will happen, a sudden change, and each man to enjoy his own again.
Deptford London England Supernatural 17th Century : The devil of Deptford. : Being a true relation of the strange disturbances, ludicrous feats, and malicious pranks of an evil spirit in the house of Mr. G. living in Back-Lane at Deptford near London, in April and May 1699. The truth whereof is known, and can be attested by a great number of the inhabitants of that town. / Published to prevent false reports.
Derby Charles Stanley Earl Of 1628 1672 : The case of the widdow and children of John Sayer Esq, deceased and William Lightfoot, Gent : relating their title to the mannour of Bidstone about to be impeached by a bill brought in before the Lords of Parliament in order to be passed into an act for restoring the Earl of Derby to the said mannor.
Derby Earls Of Early Works To 1800 : Theatre de la gloire et noblesse d'Albion ou la genealogie, alliance & antiquité de toutes les maisons nobles de la grand Bretaig: / par Abraham de Ville D'arcie, citoyen de la republique de Geneve ... dedié et consacré à tres-excellente imperatrice Henriette Marie de Bourbon royne d'Angleterre Escosse Irlande &c. ... ; pourtraict & gravé par J. Barra à Londre [sic].; Darcie, Abraham,
Derby England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : To the supreme authority of this nation the Parliament of the Common-Wealth of England. The humble petition of divers persons inhabitants in the county of Derby whose names are hereunto subscribed on the behalf of themselves and others.
Derby England History Military Early Works To 1800 : An exact and perfect relation of the proceedings of Sr Hugh Cholmly in Yorkshire, and of the taking of Captaine Canfield by the Parliaments forces, who commanded a Lancashire troop of papists. : Also a true relation of a great battle fought at Tadcaster the last week, where Captaine Hotham slew and took three or foure hundred cavaliers. Likewise true information from Leeds, Mackefield, and Skipton. Also the proceedings of Sir John Seaton in Manch[e]ster. Likewise a true relation of a great battle fought neere Darby, between Mr. Hastings of Leicestershire, and Sir John Gell. Whereunto is annexed a copy of instructions sent by His Majesties great counsell, to the Lieutenants, Deputy-Lieutenants, and all other officers of every respective county of England; for the due execution of justice, the looking to the corruption of sheriffes, the enquiry after enclosures, the convicting of papists, &c. And many more particulars worthy the knowledge of the Kingdome.