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,
Devotion Sermons : Devotion & charity : in a discourse before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Honourable the Court of Aldermen, with the governours of the hospitals of the city of London, on Wednesday in Easter week, at St. Bridget's Church, being the 30th of March, 1692 / by Richard Lucas ...; Lucas, Richard,
Devotional Excercises Early Works To 1800 : Good thoughts in bad times : together with Good thoughts in worse times consisting of [brace] personal meditations, scripture observations, historical applications, mixt contemplations, meditations on the times, meditations on all kind of prayers, occasionall meditations / by Thomas Fuller.; Fuller, Thomas,
Devotional Exercises Church Of England Early Works To 1800 : Sacred principles, services and soliloquies: or, a manual of devotion : made up of three parts: I. The grounds of Christian religion, and the doctrine of the Church of England, as differing from the New Roman and New-Reformed ones. II. Daily and weekly forms of prayers, fortified with Holy Scriptures, meditations, and rules to keep the soul from the common roads of sin; and carry it on in a mortified course. III. Seven changes to conscience, delivering (if not the whole body) the main limbs of divinity which is the art not of disputing, but living well. / By W. Brough, D.D. & D. of Glocester.; Brough, W.
Devotional Exercises Great Britain 17th Century : The sacred diary: : Or, select meditations for every part of the day, and the employments thereof: With directions to persons of all ranks, for the holy spending every ordinary day of the Week. Propounded as means to facilitate a pious life, and for the spiritual improvement of every Christian.; Gearing, William.
Devotional Literature English E : The castell of comforte : in the whiche it is euidently proued, [that] God alone absolueth, and freli forgeueth the sinners of so many as vnfaynedly repent, and turne vnto hym Lately compyled by Thomas Becon.; Becon, Thomas,