Devizes England History Early Works To 1800 : A letter concerning the storming and delivering up of the castle of the Devises : unto Lieutenant Generall Cromwell, for the service of the King and Parliament. Sent to Mr. Samuel Bedford, Scout-master Generall to the Committee of Both Kingdoms. Read in the House of Commons, and commanded to be printed, by William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the said House.; Norton, Ralph,
Devolution War Of 1667 1668 Early Works To 1800 : Bouclier d'estat et de justice contre le dessein manifestament découvert de la monarchie universelle sous le vain pretexte des pretentions de la reyne de France. English; Lisola, François Paul,
Devon England : Report and transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art.; Devonshire Association.
Devon England Commerce : The Reasons humbly offered to consideration, why the incorporating the whole trade of the woollen manufactures of this kingdom to the company called the Merchant-Adventurers of England, is and will prove more and more detrimental as to the country in general, so especially to the county of Devon and city of Exon. : And also how a frank and free trade to all English merchants, will be far more advantagious to the whole land.
Devon England Earls Of : Charters of the Redvers family and the Earldom of Devon, 1090-1217 / eedited with an introduction by Robert Bearman.
Devon England Languages : Specimens of English dialects. b I. Devonshire. An Exmoor scolding and Courtship / edited by F. T. Elworthy, esq. II. Westmoreland. A bran new wark. Edited by the Rev. Professor Skeat.
Devon England Politics And Government : The protestation taken by the commissioners of Cornwall and Devon, at Stone-house neare Plymouth on the 5 of March, 1642 : with their propositions, replies and answers.
Devonshire Earls Of : William Senior's Survey of the Estates of the First and Second Earls of Devonshire c.1600-28 / edited by D.V. Fowkes and G.R. Potter.; Senior, William.
Devonshire England History : To the most honourable the House of Peeres, and the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of the baronets, justices, and gentlemen of the county of Devon at their generall sessions.
Devonshire England History Early Works To 1800 : To the most honourable the House of Peeres, and the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of the baronets, justices, and gentlemen of the county of Devon at their generall sessions.
Devonshire William Cavendish Duke Of 1720 1764 : The Devonshire diary : memoranda on state of affairs, 1759-1762 / William Cavendish, fourth Duke of Devonshire ; edited by Peter D. Brown and Karl W. Schweizer.; Devonshire, William Cavendish,