Farm Rents England : By the King, a proclamation requiring the immediate tenants of His Majesties fee-farm rents, to take care to proceed in their purchases : and to perfect their contracts within the time limited by the late act, for sale of the fee-farm rents, or otherwise the same to be sold to such as will contract for the same.; England and Wales.
Farm Rents Great Britain : A Particular of such of His Majesties fee-farm rents, and other rents within his Kingdom of England, as are now vested in trustees, by letters patents bearing date the 13th of June, 1670 : to be sold by vertue of the late act of Parliament.
Farm Tenancy Early Works To 1800 : Tenants lavv : a treatise of great use for tenants and farmers of all kinds and all other persons whatsoever : wherein the several natures, differences and kinds of tenures and tenants are discussed, and several cases in the law touching leases, distresses, replevins and other accidents between landlord and tenant, and tenant and tenant between themselves and others, especially such who have suffered by the late conflagration in the city of London / by R.T., Gent.; R. T.,
Farm Tenancy England : By the King, a proclamation requiring the immediate tenants of His Majesties fee-farm rents, to take care to proceed in their purchases : and to perfect their contracts within the time limited by the late act, for sale of the fee-farm rents, or otherwise the same to be sold to such as will contract for the same.; England and Wales.
Farmer H F : The log of a shellback : a narrative of life and adventure before the mast in the 'nineties.; Farmer, H. F.
Farmer Henry : The substance of the petition of Henry Farmer, Ralph Sheldon, Thomas Stoner, John Weedon, Esqrs., and Winfird Brooke widow, papists, praying to be heard by their Council against the Bill, for the discovery of all lands and revenues given to Popish superstitious uses, and for applying the same to Greenwich Hospital
Farmer Ralph : The harlots vail removed, and her lying refuge swept away by the power of truth, with which she was smitten and wounded : being an answer to a book published in the name of about 60 persons of the Independent-Baptized, and mingled peo[ple] in the midst of Babylon, intit'led The church of Christ in Bristol recovering her vail ... : likewise an answer to Thomas Ewins his word, in the close of the said book, in which he acknowledgeth himself no minister ... : also a short rebuke of Ralph Farmer, for lying and dissembling in the case of constant Jessops removing from the parish of Nicholas in the city of Bristol ... : to which are added a few words manifesting the woful fall, and degenerated condition of Richard Fowler ... / by Dennis Hollister.; Hollister, Dennis,
Farmer Ralph Great Mysteries Of Godlinesse And Ungodlinesse : The innocent delivered out of the snare, and the blind guide fallen into the pit. Or, an answer to a booke entituled, The great mysteries of godliness and ungodliness, full of lies, slanders, and false accusations; : put forth by Ralph Farmer, a pretended minister in the city of Bristol, against those innocent, peaceable, despised people scornfully called quakers, wherein Iohn Thurloe, Secretary of State, to whom R. Farmer's book was directed, may read the answer wherin their false accusations are made manifest. And several quæries that was sent to them that call themselves minister in the city of Bristol, being yet unanswered by them: and also a warning from the Lord to the people, to repent and prize the day of their visitation. / By a servant of the Lord, called Iohn Audland. Whereunto is added an answer to a scandalous paper, put forth by VVilliam Prynne, intitulled, The quakers unmasked, and clearly detected; ... Also the lyer reproved, or an answer to a book put out by one Samuel Morris of Bristoll, who is found an enemie of Christ and his people.; Audland, John,
Farmer Ralph Imposter Dethrond Or The Quakers Throne Of Truth Detected To B : A rejoinder consisting of two parts, : the first entituled, The ballance, or, A vindication of the proceedings and judgement of Parliament and their ministers, in the cases of William (called lord) Craven, Christopher Love. : From the scandalous allegations and ironical reflections of Ralph Farmer ... in a late infamous libel of his, named, The imposter dethron'd, etc. ... Wherein the Commonwealth's case as to the one is briefly stated, and the treasons of the other are rehearsed as a looking-glass for the priests, and an awakening to England. : The second, Evil scattered from the throne, and the wheel brought over the wicked: in an examination of that part of The imposter dethron'd as is in way of reply to The throne of truth exalted, etc.; Bishop, George,
Farmer Richard 1735 1797 : A letter to the Rev. Richard Farmer, D.D. relative to the edition of Shakespeare, published in 1790, and some late criticism on that work.; Malone, Edmond.
Farmer William Active 1587 1614 : An appeal to the present rulers in Englands Israel. : Touching impious blasphemy against Jesus Christ God the son of late explicitely broached in a scrowl scribled by one William Farmer giving himself the title gent: as also, touching ignorance, and error implicitely, but indeed peremptorily by interrogation a concluding way of argument charged upon the same rulers in his frontispice [sic], or mock-title about a clause conteined in the Apostles Creed, and about the real truth of Jesus Christ. Wherein the appealant modestly, and humbly prayeth the same rulers to vindicate the honour of our blessed Saviour Jesus Christ from horrid impious blasphemy, and their own reputations, and knowledges from calumniation of error, and ignorance. Hereunto is annexed an advertisement to millenaries with a forcible argument framed by our Lord Christs own words against their opinion for his personal reign on earth 1000. years occasioned by the same scriblings of William Farmer. / By Ri. Foster schism. gent.; Foster, Richard,
Farmers Africa : Farmer innovation in Africa : a source of inspiration for agricultural development / edited by Chris Reij and Ann Waters-Bayer.
Farmers Law And Legislation Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the King: a proclamation. James R. : Whereas the continuance and encrease of tillage and husbandry will in a great measure contribute to the well-being of our people in general, and more especially to the support of our army, ...; England and Wales.