Eutychians Early Works To 1800 : Eutychii Ægyptii, patriarchæ orthodoxorum Alexandrini : scriptoris, ut in oriente admodùm vetusti ac illustris, ita in occidente tum paucissimis visi tum perrarò auditi, Ecclesiæ suæ origines. Ex ejusdem Arabico nunc primùm typis edidit ac versione & commentario auxit Ioannes Seldenus.; Eutychius,
Euzko Alderdi Jeltzalia : La acción exterior del nacionalismo vasco, 1890-1939 : historia, pensamiento y relaciones internacionales.; Ugalde Zubiri, Alexander.
Evaluation Great Britain : Wheras it is ordained in the ordinance for the weekly assessment that if any person or persons shall find him or themselves agrieved that he or they is or are over rated, such person or persons at any time before distresse taken of his or their goods may compalin to the respective committees who have executed this ordinance; England and Wales.
Evan Enoch Ap : The looking-glasse of schisme : wherein by a briefe and true narration of the execrable murders, done by Enoch ap Evan, a downe-right non-conformist, on the bodies of his mother and brother, with the cause moving him thereunto, the disobedience of that sect, against Royall Majesty, and lawes of our church is plainly set forth / by Peter Studley ...; Studley, Peter,
Evangelical Union Of Scotland : Memoirs of Rev. John Kirk, D.D. : professor of pastoral theology in the Evangelical Union Theological Hall / by Helen Kirk, assisted by her sons John and Edward.; Kirk, Helen.
Evangelicalism America New England Early Works To 1800 : Nevv Englands first fruits; : in respect, first of the conversion of some, conviction of divers, preparation of sundry of the Indians. 2. Of the progresse of learning, in the colledge at Cambridge in Massacusets Bay. With divers other speciall matters concerning the countrey. Published by the instant request of sundry friends, who desire to be satisfied in these points by many New-Englands men who are here present, and were eye or eare-witnesses of the same.
Evangelicalism England London : A reviving word from the quick and the dead, to the scatter'd dust of Sion, or, A breathing of the spirit of life, in a few bones, that begin to rise and rattle, in and about this city of London : by a solemn declaration for an immediate uniting of all saints into one body, upon the growing principles of grace, and kingdome of our Lord Jesus, in every administration thereof ...; Edmonds, Edward.