Embroidery England Patterns Early Works To 1800 : The needles excellency : a new booke wherin are diuers admirable workes wrought with the needle. Newly inuented and cut in copper for the pleasure and profit of the industrious.; Taylor, John,
Embroidery History : The subversive stitch : embroidery and the making of the feminine.; Parker, Rozsika.
Embroidery Industry England Early Works To 1800 : May it please your Lordship : We the embroiderers, drawers and others concerned in the further improvement of East-India Silks and other goods after their importation, humbly crave leave to represent to your Lordship, that our council informs us, that the bill now before the most noble House of Peers for restraining the wearing those goods in England, subjects all noble personages as well as commoners to an indictment for wearing therof after the first of May 1697 ...
Embroidery Laos : Lao Mien embroidery : migration and change.; Goldman, Ann Yarwood.
Embroidery Medieval : Making sense of the Bayeux Tapestry : readings and reworkings / edited by Anna C. Henderson with Gale R. Owen-Crocker.
Embryology Human Early Works To 1800 : Dissertatio medica de nutritione foetus. : Quam favente divino numine ex consensu magnifici d. rectoris sub praesidio viri clarissimi & exercitatissimi, D. D. Caroli Drelincurtii ... publico examini proponet autor & respondent Thomas Kennedus, Scotus. Ad diem 15 Iulii, loco horisque solitis.; Kennedy, Thomas,
Emergencies Phrases Multilingual : International translation guide for emergency medicine : an aid to history-taking and patient evaluation / G.G. Bodiwala, A.W. McCaskie, M.M. Thompson.; Bodiwala, G. G.
Emergency Food Supply Law And Legislation England Oxford Sources : Oxford this 11 of June 1644. : Whereas by an order bearing date the 8th of this instant Iune, it was ordered, that all inhabitants and persons resident within this city, should at their perils within seven days after the date thereof, provide and lay in for their families three moneths provision of corne and other victuals ...; Oxford (England).