Fiennes Nathaniel 1607 Or 8 1669 Unparalleld Reasons For Abo : A vindication of episcopacie, or, Animadversions upon a late pamphlet intituled, Unparallel'd reasons for the abolishing of episcopacy : pretending that 1. It will assure His Majesties authority royall, 2. Increase his revenue, 3. Settle a good union in His Majesties owne kingdomes, and with other reformed churches, 4. Cause a good understanding betweene His Maiesty and his people.
Fiennes Nathaniel 1709 Or 10 : The Right Honourable Laurance, Lord Viscount Say and Seale, Thomas Roberts and others the tenants, plaintiffs in the writ of error, and defendants in the original action. : Henry Lloyd nominal plaintiff upon the demise of Cecill Fiennes, widdow, and Robert Mignon, gent. and Cecil his wife, cousins and coheirs of Nathaniel, late Lord Viscount Say and Seale, deceased. And also upon the demise of William Farrer, Esq; and Sylvester Petyt, Gent. mortgagees of said late Lord Nathaniel. Defendant in the said writ of error, and plaintiff in the original cause. In an ejectment for the mannors of Broughton, Newenton alias Newton, Bloxham Beauchamp, Bloxham, Fennys and Shutford alias Shitford, and divers messuages and lands in Broughton, Banbury, Newenton alias Newton Shutford, alias Shitford and Bloxham, in the county of Oxford.; Lloyd, Henry,
Fife Scotland History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Edinburgh, May 14. 1679. : Forasmuch as his Majesty by a proclamation of the fourth of this instant, did, for the horrid discovery of the murther of the late Archbishop of St. Andrews, require and command all the heretors and masters of Fyfe and Kinross, to being their tenents, cottars, and servants, and others dwelling on their lands, to the respective places and tyets therein mentioned ...; Scotland.
Fifth Monarchy Men Poetry : Hells master-piece discovered: or Joy and sorrow mixt together. : Being a breife [sic] and true relation of the damnable plot, of the invetrate [sic] enemies of God, and the King; who intended to a mixt our joy for the nativitie of Christ, with the blood of the King, and his faithfull subjects. Being a fit carrall for Royallist to sing, that alwaies fear God, and honour the King. To the tune of, Summer time.
Fifth Monarchy Men Sources : The panther-prophesy, or, A premonition to all people of sad calamities and miseries like to befal these islands : to which is added, an astrological discourse concerning that strange apparition of an army of horse seen in Wales near Mountgomery, December the 20th 1661.; Lloyd, Owen.
Figgis Mike 1948 : The Browning version [videorecording] / directed by Anthony Asquith.