Famine Italy Messina Early Works To 1800 : A True and perfect narrative of the late dreadful famine in the great and populous city of Messina in the straits : where vast multitudes of men, women, and children, have miserably perished in the streets, for want of food ... : with a description of the place, the occasions and manner of their revolting last summer from Spain, and putting themselves under the protection of the crown of France ... / extracted from several letters from Milan, Naples, and Palermo.
Famines Europe History To 1500 : From the brink of the apocalypse : confronting famine, war, plague, and death in the later Middle Ages / John Aberth.; Aberth, John,
Famines Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Artachthos or A new booke declaring the assise or weight of bread : not onely by troy weight, according to the law, but by avoirdupois weight the common weight of England at what price soever, not exceeding five pound the quarter of wheate, shall be sold in the market and conteining divers orders and articles made and set forth by the right honourable the Lords and others of his Majesties most honourable privie Councell, for the making and assising of all sorts of bread lawfull and vendible, within this realme ... whereunto is prefixed a briefe and plaine introduction to the art of numeration ... And lastly hereunto is added. A true relation or collection of the most remarkeable dearths and famines which have happened in England since the comming in of William the Conquerour, as also the rising and falling of the price of wheate and other graine, with the severall occasions thereof.; Penkethman, John.
Famines History : Famine : a short history / Cormac Ó Gráda.; Ó Gráda, Cormac.
Fanaticism England Early Works To 1800 : The rise and growth of fanaticism: or, a view of the principles, plots, and pernicious practices of the dissenters, for upwards of 150 years; : their baseness in perverting the Word of God, detected, and expos'd. With a particular instance of a most unheard of piece of inhumanity of Mr. Richard Baxter's. Also an extract of the life of that pretended reformer John Knox. And an account of the writings and life of Buchanan. Together with King James the First's character of the Presbyterians.
Fanaticism Spain History : Faith and fanaticism : religious fervour in early modern Spain / edited by Lesley K. Twomey ; assistant editors, Robert Hooworth-Smith, Michael Truman ; translator, Michael Truman.