Fenton Richard Active 1655 : The case of Elizabeth Fenton widow, : the relict and administratrix, of Richard Fenton gent. deceased respondent to the petition of William Crabb and Tho. Goldsmith appealants, humbly offered to the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.; Fenton, Elizabeth,
Fenton Roger 1819 1869 : Roger Fenton, photographer of the 1850's : Hayward Gallery, London, 4 February to 17 April 1988.; Fenton, Roger,
Fenwick William Sir Of Co Northumberland : The case of Sir Thomas Longueville, son aud [sic] heir of Sir Edward Longueville Baronet, : deceased, and dame Mary his wife, the widow of Sir Andrew Young, deceased and one of the daughters and co-heirs of Sir William Fenwick Knight; both whose estates were sold by the late usurped powers, for their liberty and adherance to His Late Majesty of blessed memory; and they banished the kingdome.
Feral Dogs England Early Works To 1800 : To the honourable the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled : The humble petition of several freeholders, farmers, graziers, and breeders of cattle in the county of [blank] in behalf of themselves and others the farmers, graziers, and breeders of cattle in this kingdom;
Feral Livestock : The transition from dependent to independent feeding in the young ring dove.; Wortis, Rochelle Paul.
Feral Rex Hit Man : Deliberate intent : a lawyer tells the true story of murder by the book / Rod Smolla.; Smolla, Rodney A.
Feraoun Mouloud : Journal, 1955-1962 : reflections on the French-Algerian War / translated by Mary Ellen Wolf and Claude Fouillade ; edited and with an introduction by James D. Le Sueur.; Feraoun, Mouloud.
Ferard Elizabeth 1825 1883 : The beginning of women's ministry : the revival of the deaconess in the nineteenth-century Church of England / edited by Henrietta Blackmore.
Ferdinand De Medicis : Les fetes du mariage de Ferdinand de Medicis et de Christine de Lorraine, Florence 1589, I : Musique des intermedes de La pellegrina / ed. critique par D.P. Walker ; etudes par F. Ghisi et D.P. Walker ; notes critiques par D.P. Walker et J.Jacquot.
Ferdinand Holy Roman Emperor 1608 1657 : A conference betweene the Pope, the Emperour, and the King of Spaine. : Holden in the castle of St. Angelo in Rome, upon the entertainment of some great persons after mentioned, touching the subverting of the Protestant profession in England, and other parts of Christendome. And concerning the present distractions here in England between the King and Parliament.
Ferdinand Iii Holy Roman Emperor 1608 1657 : A Conference betweene the Pope, the Emperour and the King of Spaine : holden in the castle of St. Angelo in Rome : vpon the entertainment of some great persons after mentioned touching the subverting of the Protestant profession in England and other parts of Christendome : and concerning the present distraction here in England between the King and Parliament.
Ferdinand King Of Portugal 1367 1383 : The English in Portugal 1367-87 : extracts from the "Chronicles of Dom Fernando and Dom Joao" / with an introd. translation and notes by D.W. Lomax and R.J. Oakley.; Lopes, Fernao.
Ferens Art Gallery Catalogues : From Victorian to Edwardian : [the Ferens Art Gallery collection of Victorian and Edwardian art] / Christopher Wright ; [edited by Kirsten Simister].; Wright, Christopher,
Ferguson Robert 1714 Just And Modest Vindication Of The Scots Design Fo : A Short vindication of Phil. Scot's Defence of the Scots abdicating Darien : being in answer to the challenge of the author of the defence of that settlement, to prove the Spanish title to Darien, by inheritance, marriage, donation, purchase, reversion, surrender, or conquest : with a prefatory reply, to the false and scurrillous aspersions of the new author of the Just and modest vindication, &c., and some animadversions on the material part of it, relating to the title of Darien.
Ferguson Robert 1714 Justification Onely Upon A Satisfaction : An answer to Mr. Ferguson's book intituled, Justification onely upon a satisfaction : wherein he is friendly reprov'd, fully silenc'd, and clearly instructed : whereunto is added, a compendium or brief discourse concerning the ends & intents of Christ's death and passion, consider'd as a ransom / by John Knowls ...; Knowles, John,