Douglas House Of : The history of the houses of Douglas and Angus : wherein are discovered the most memorable passages of the Kingdom of Scotland from the yeer 767, to the reign of our late Soveraign Lord King James the Sixth / written by Master Daivd Hume ...; Hume, David,
Douglas Howard Sir 1776 1861 : The life of General Sir Howard Douglas : from his notes, conversations and correspondence.; Fullom, Stephen Watson.
Douglas James 1675 1742 : A shorter and truer advertisement by way of supplement, to what was published the 7th instant: or, Dr. D--g--l--s in an extasy, at Lacey's Bagnio, December the 4th, 1726..; Flamingo.
Douglas William Earl Of Morton 1582 1650 : Encouragments for the vvarres of France : to excitate and induce all generous minded and heroick noble-men, gallant gentlemen, and couragious souldiers, who vnder the conduct and regiment of the most martiall and magnanimous Lord the Earle of Mortoun are worthilie disposed to serue our King His Most Sacred Maiestie in France / by William Douglasse North-Britaine.; Douglas, William,
Douglass Frederick 1818 1895 Pictorial Works : Picturing Frederick Douglass : an illustrated biography of the nineteenth century's most photographed American / John Stauffer, Zoe Trodd, and Celeste-Marie Bernier.; Stauffer, John,
Dover Castle Dover England History Early Works To 1800 : Exceeding joyfull newes from Dover, : Wherein is declared hovv a noble man was sent from the King, to demand the castle to be resigned to him; but was bravely repul'st by the governour of the said castle. Also horrible newes from Portsmouth, declaring how Collonell Goring hath abused the inhabitants of the said town that stand for the Parliament. With certaine observations concerning the particular actions of the said Collonell Goring, since the beginning of this Parliament whereunto is annexed the Parliaments resolution concerning the sending of forces to Portsmouth and other places, which are oppressed by the malignant party of this kingdom. It is ordered that this be printed and published. Iohn. Browne Cler. Parl.
Dover Castle Dover England History Military Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a brave exploit performed by Captain Richard Dawks, in taking of the Castle of Dover for the King and Parliament, : and the safety of the whole kingdom, the quiet of the town of Dover, and all those parts of the country thereabouts, on the 21 of August, 1642. Which was never conquered or taken before, but by that worthy gent', Captain Rich: Dawks aforementioned. And set forth by Nicholas Payne, an inhabitant of Dover, for satisfaction of the whole kingdom: and by the consent of both the honourable Houses of Parliament: they have sent thither to be lieutenant of that castle, the noble and worthy knight, Sir Edward Boyse, one of the members of the House of Commons.; Payne, Nicholas.
Dover England Antiquities : The Dover Bronze Age boat : the story of the discovery and recovery of Britain's best preserved prehistoric boat / [compiled by Christine Waterman].
Dover England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : This following address (which ws signed by 86 gentlemen and others) was delivered by Collonel Stroud, Governour of Dover Castle, : to his Majesty, before he went to Windsom. To the king's most excellent Majesty. The humble address of the truly loyal subjects of the town and port of Dover.
Dover England History Siege 1648 Early Works To 1800 : Exceeding good newes from South-Wales. : Of the surrender of Tinby Castle upon mercy, on Wednesday the 17 of May, 1648. With the taking of Collonel Powel, and divers gentlemen, offficers and souldiers, to the number of five hundred and seventy. Also, good newes from the north, of the compleat condition of Major Generall Lambert, who is upon the borders of Cumberland and Westmerland. Together, with an exact and true relation, of the relief of Dover Castle, by the Lord Generall Fairfaxes forces, where were taken prisoners of the enemy 300 men, and 400 horse, the rest being beaten back to Sandwitch. Imprimatur G.M.; W. S.