Dorman Thomas 1577 Disproufe Of M Nowelles Reproufe : A confutation, as wel of M. Dormans last boke entituled a disproufe. & c : as also of D. Sander his causes of transubstatiation, by Alexander Nowel. Whereby our cuntreymen (specially the simple and vnlerned) may understand, howe shamefully they are abused by those and like bokes, pretended to be written for their instruction.; Nowell, Alexander,
Dorman Thomas 1577 Proufe Of Certeyne Articles : A reproufe written by Alexander Nowell of a booke entituled A proufe of certayne articles in religion denied by M. Iuell, set furth by Thomas Dorman, bacheler of diuinitie :; Nowell, Alexander,
Dormer Francis Active 1693 : The tryal of William Canning and Francis Dormer at the Old-Baily, the 15th of July, 1693. For dispersing and publishing great numbers of libels and seditious papers, called King James's declarations.
Dormer Robert : John Dormer of Ascot, Esq; appellant. The Honable Charles Bertie and Henry Bertie, Esqres, the children of the honable Peregrine Bertie, Esq; deceas'd, and the children of Henry Cane, Sen' Gent. deceas'd, respondents. The respondents case..; Dormer, John.
Dormice : The dormouse conservation handbook / by Paul Bright, Pat Morris and Tony Mitchell-Jones.; Bright, Paul,
Dorset Edward Sackville Earl Of 1591 1652 Two Speeches Spoken At Th : His Maiesties gracious ansvver to the different opinions of the Earles of Bristol and Dorset concerning peace and war : wherein is intimated to all his loyall subjects the earnest desire he hath of a faire attonement betwixt himselfe and his high court of Parliament.; England and Wales.
Dorset England History 17th Century : The humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Dorset : presented to His Maiesty at Ragland the 8th of July, 1645, with His Majesties gratious answer thereunto.
Dorset England Politics And Government : To the Honovrable Hovse of Commons now assembled in Parliament : the humble petition of the knights, gentlemen, ministers, freeholders, and other inhabitants of the county of Dorset.
Dorset Richard Sackville Earl Of 1589 1624 : An Aprill shower : shed in abundance of teares, for the death and incomparable losse, of the right noble, truly religious, and virtuous, Richard Sacuile, Baron of Buckhurst, and Earle of Dorset. VVho departed this life vpon Easter day last, being the 28.th of March, at Dorset-House. By Henry Peacham.; Peacham, Henry,