Dover Thomas 1660 1742 : The quicksilver doctor : the life and times of Thomas Dover, physician and adventurer.; Dewhurst, Kenneth.
Doveridge England Maps : [Derbyshire - Staffordshire] [cartographic material] : sheet SK 13 SW.; Great Britain.
Doves In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The embassadour of peace, : being a strange and wonderful relation of a white dove seated on a rain-bow. That appears to several persons, in the parish of Peter's Carlile; particularly to Mrs. Isabel Fletcher, (wife to Mr. Fletcher, apothecary.) To whom it relates strange and wonderful things, concerning the state of affairs in this nation; very positively asserting universal peace and plenty to all Christendom, the ensuing year 1697. Proving the subversion of the French king, from several texts of scripture; especially from the last verse of the 31st psalm. To which is added, its disputes with several ministers; as also its pious prayers and exhortations to all the people that dayly far and near flock to see it. The truth of all which, is confirm'd by the testimony of two letters, the one sent to the Reverend Dr. Simpson, and the other writ by the worshipful Justice Patrickson.
Dow Peggy 1780 1820 : Perambulations of Cosmopolite, or, Travels and labors of Lorenzo Dow, in Europe and America, including a brief account of his early life and Christian experience, as contained in his journal. To which is added His chain, Journey from Babylon to Jerusalem, Dialogue between Curious and Singular, Hints on the fulfilment of prophecy, &c., &c., by Orrin Scofield.; Dow, Lorenzo,
Dow Zachary : A True copie of a writing testmonial by aucthority deuised and commaunded : to satisfie the world, and to cleere Zachary Dow, of London, draper, and his children, from the reproach of a hand wryting, falsely compacted and maliciously published in Blackwell Hall and else where against him, and also from that most iniurious clayme of 238.li. vpon the iame [sic] wryting made by one Sara Babington now Sara Gough, the wife of John Gough as appeareth.
Down Northern Ireland Description And Travel : Topographical and chorographical survey of the county of Down [electronic resource] : including some part of the natural and civil history : intended as an essay toward a fuller description of the kingdom of Ireland, than has hitherto appeared : to which are annexed, queries, recommended to the curious, to enable them to make proper enquiries in their respective neighbourhoods.
Downame George 1634 Two Sermons : An ansvvere to a sermon preached the 17 of April anno D. 1608, by George Downame Doctour of Divinitie and intituled, A sermon defendinge the honorable function of bishops : wherein; all his reasons, brought to prove the honorable function of our L. Bishops, to be of divine institution; are answered and refuted.
Downame George 1634 Two Sermons Part 2 : A defence of the sermon preached at the consecration of the L. Bishop of Bath and VVelles : against a confutation thereof by a namelesse author. Diuided into 4. bookes: the first, prouing chiefly that the lay or onely-gouerning elders haue no warrant either in the Scriptures or other monuments of antiquity. The second, shewing that the primitiue churches indued with power of ecclesiasticall gouernment, were not parishes properly but dioceses, and consequently that the angels of the churches or ancient bishops were not parishionall but diocesan bishops. The third, defending the superioritie of bishops aboue other ministers, and prouing that bishops alwayes had a prioritie not onely in order, but also in degree, and a maioritie of power both for ordination and iurisdiction. The fourth, maintayning that the episcopall function is of apostolicall and diuine institution.; Downame, George,
Downes Douglas : A modern Saint Francis : the story of Brother Douglas.; Bull, Norman, J.
Downie Charles : Particulars regarding the Merino sheep [electronic resource] : imported by Charles Downie, Esq. of Paisley in Scotland, in answer to certain queries transmitted by Sir John Sinclair to the Spanish shepherds who have sharge of them : from the communications to the Board of Agriculture.
Downie David 1794 : The trials at large of Robert Watt and David Downie for high treason [electronic resource] : at the session of Oyer and Terminer at Edinburgh, August 27, September 3d and Sept. 5th, 1794, at which they were both found guilty and sentenced to be hanged, drawn, and quartered, on the 15th of October / taken in shorthand by an English barrister.; Watt, Robert,