Edwards Thomas 1599 1647 Gangraena Part 1 2 : An antidote against Master Edwards his old and new poyson: : intended to preserve this long distempered nation from a most dangerous relaps. Which his former, his later, and next gangrenous book is likely to occasion, if not timely prevented. by William Walwin.; Walwyn, William,
Edwards Thomas 1599 1647 Gangraena Part 3 : A just apologie for the church of Duckenfield in Cheshire : against certain slanderous reports received by Mr. Edwards his overmuch credulite of what may tend to the reproach of those that differ from himselfe in judgement (though but concerning matters meerly of externall order, and things of inferior ally to the substantiall doctrines of faith, and manners) rashly and without further examination of the truth of them, (together with an overplus of his own censures, and uncharitable animadversions) divulged by himselfe in a !--- book of his, intituled, The third part of Gangræna / by Samuel Eaton, teacher & Timothy Taylor, pastour of the Church of God at Duckerfeild ; whereunto also is annexed a letter of a godly minister, Mr. Henry Rootes ... in vindication of himselfe against a sinister and dangerous (yet false and groundlesse) insinuation, contained in the copie of a letter out of Yorkshire, sent unto the aforesaid Mr. Edwards, and by him published to the kingdome.; Eaton, Samuel,
Edwards Thomas 1647 Gangraena : A breif narration of the truth of some particulars in Mr. Thomas Edwards his book called Gangræna. : Concerning one Nichols an Anabaptist, some opinions he maintained to Master Greenhill, and a discourse that passed between Master Greenhill and Master Burroughs upon occasion of those opinions. / By the author Thomas Alle.; Alle, Thomas.
Edwards William Active 17th Century : The Great grievance and oppression of William Edwards of London, Esq. : in a case between him and Sir Robert Vyner of London, Knt. and Barr, deceased.
Edwards William Captain : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : for reimbursing of Captaine William Edwards the moneys to him due for the service of the state, and for his better enabling to proceed on in the said service. Die Martis, 28 Maii. 1644. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that this ordinance shall be forthwith printed and published. J. Browne Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Eels Food Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offered to the consideration of Parliament, why stock-fish and live eels should be imported into England: : Notwithstanding the same being at present prohibited by the act, which prohibits the importation of Irish cattle and forreign fish.
Effoll Thomas 1690 : A true account of the behaviour, execution, and last dying speeches, of Thomas Kelsey, executed before Newgate on Friday the thirteenth of June, 1690. : John Low, Jonathan Hawk, and Thomas Effoll, who were executed at Tyburn on Friday the twentieth of the same instant.; Smith, Samuel,