Drunkenness Canon Law Early Works To 1800 : The sin and folly of drunkenness considered : I. What it is. II. What is vicious or sinfull in drinking (whether men will call it drunkenness or no.) III. What may be said against it.; Buckler, Edward,
Drunkenness Criminal Law England Devon Early Works To 1800 : Devon. ss. Ad generalem sessionem pacis domini regis, tent[amen] apud castrum Exon, : in & pro comitat praedict, vicesimo quinto die Aprilis, anno regni domini mostri Caroli Secundi, Dei gratiâ, nunc regis Angliae, &c. xxxiv. Annoque domini, 1682.; England and Wales.
Drury Clifford Merrill 1897 1984 : The mountains we have crossed : diaries and letters of the Oregon Mission, 1838 / introductions and editorial notes by Clifford Merrill Drury ; introduction to the Bison Books edition by Bonnie Sue Lewis.
Drury John 1659 : The good man's epitaph : briefly explained & applyed in a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Drury. / By Thomas Cartwright, M. of A. of Queens College Oxon, and now vicar of Waltham-stow in Essex.; Cartwright, Thomas,
Drury Robert 1567 1607 : A true report of the araignment, tryall, conuiction, and condemnation, of a popish priest, named Robert Drewrie : at the Sessions house in the old Baylie, on Friday and VVednesday, the 20. and 24. of February: the extraordinary great grace and mercie offered him, and his stubborne, traytorous, and wilfull refusall. Also the tryall and death of Humphrey Lloyd, for maliciouslie murdering one of the Guard. And lastly the execution of the said Robert Drewry, drawne in his priestly habit, and as he was a Benedictine fryer, on Thursdaie following to Tiborne, where he was hanged and quartered.
Drury Robert 1587 1623 : The dolefull euen-song, or A true, particular and impartiall narration of that fearefull and sudden calamity, which befell the preacher Mr. Drury a Iesuite, and the greater part of his auditory, by the downefall of the floore at an assembly in the Black-Friers on Sunday the 26. of Octob. last, in the after noone : Together with the rehearsall of Master Drurie his text, and the diuision thereof, as also an exact catalogue of the names of such as perished by this lamentable accident: and a briefe application thereupon.; Goad, Thomas,
Dryden John 1631 1700 Indian Emperour : A letter from a gentleman to the Honourable Ed. Howard, esq : occasioned by a civiliz'd epistle of Mr. Dryden's, before his second edition of his Indian emperovr.; R. F.
Du Buisson Sieur Active 1622 : A true relation brought by the Lord of Buisson, and sent by the French King concerning the defeat of the Lord Soubizes army, his Maiestie being there in person. With The surprising of the castle of Chaume about the sands of Psonne the 18. of this present month of Aprill. 1622