Fagius Paul 1504 1549 : Historia vera: de vita, obitu, sepultura, accusatione haereseos, condemnatione, exhumatione, combustione, honorificaque tandem restitutione beatorum atque doctiss. theologorum, D. Martini Buceri et Pauli Fagii. English. Selections.
Fair Trial Denmark : Hauschildt case : 1.Decision of 26 September 1988 (relinquishment of jurisdiction); 2.Judgment of 24 May 1989.; European Court of Human Rights.
Fair Trial England : The peoples [brace] ancient and just [brace] liberties asserted, in the tryal of William Penn, and William Mead, : at the sessions held at the Old-Baily in London, the first, third, fourth, and fifth of Sept. 70. against the most arbitrary procedure of that court.; Penn, William,
Fairborne Stafford Sir 1742 : An express from Admiral Rook, and Admiral Fairbone: with an account of their taking 19 French merchant men, near the coast of Spain, : and burning several ships in their harbours with the Dnke [sic] of Ormond's declaration to the Spaniards, his taking several towns in Spain, and burning a great part of the city of Cadiz. Printed according to order.; Rooke, George,
Fairbourne Wales Maps : Merionethshire [cartographic material] : sheet SH 61 SW & part of SH 51 SE.; Great Britain.
Fairclough Richard 1621 1682 : A funeral sermon for that faithful and laborious servant of Christ Mr. Richard Fairclough (who deceased July 4, 1682 in the sixty first year of his age) / by John Howe.; Howe, John,
Faireclough Samuel 1625 1691 : The redeemer's friend, or, A sermon on John II, part of the 11th verse ... preached at the funeral of ... Mr. Samuel Fairclough, who departed this life, December 31, 1691 / by Nath. Parkhurst ...; Parkhurst, Nathaniel,
Fairfax Charles 1597 1673 : A great and bloudy fight at Scarborough-castle in Yorkeshire, between the Kings forces under the command of Col. Bointon, and the Parliaments forces under the command of Col. Bethel: : with the number that were killed and taken, and the totall routing of the foot, near the cliffs, and breaking their necks down the great rock, and casting them into the sea. Also the declaration of Col. Charles Fairfax, and Major Gen. Poyntz, Marshall Gen. for the King, and their joyning with Col. Boynton against the Parliament. Likewise, another fight near Skipton castle in Yorkshire, between the English and the scots, and the Scots resolution and design touching the city, of York. Together, with the Parliaments message and propositions, to their brethren of Scotland, concerning the Kings Majesty.
Fairfax Family : The Wykeham-Martin papers [microform] : material relating to the problems of settlement in America, especially after the War of Independence / introduction by Dennis Rubini.