Firearms Law And Legislation Europe : Harmonisation of national legislations relating to firearms : recommendation no.R(84)23 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 7 December 1984 and explanatory memorandum.; Council of Europe.
Firebrace Basil Sir 1652 Or 3 1724 : Four affidavits, sworn in answer to the evidence given by Edward Barnes, and William Fair alias Linsey, touching their hearing Gabriel Barnes say, that Edward Adye had promised, or given the said Gabriel Barnes forty shillings, to give his vote for Sir Basil Firebrace, at the late hearing of a cause between the said Sir Basil Firebrace, and Sir Humphrey Edwyn, for Burrough of Chippenham, in the county of Wilts, before the Committee of Elections, on the 23d. of November, 1691..
Fires Barbados Bridgetown : A true and perfect narrative of the late dreadful fire which happened at Bridge-Town in the Barbadoes, April 18, 1668 : as the same was communicated in two letters from Mr. John Bushel, and Mr. Francis Bond, two eminent merchants there, to Mr. Edward Bushel, citizen and merchant of London : containing the beginning, progress, and event of that dreadful fire, with the estimation of the loss accrewing thereby, as it was delivered to His Majesty by several eminent merchants concerned in that loss.; Bushel, John.
Fires Casualties Early Works To 1800 : Sad and lamentable news from Old-Street being a full and true relation of a sad and deplorable accident that happened at a Dyers House in Old-Street : on Sunday the 8th. of this instant March, at night. Where a nurse, and two maid-servants, sitting up late to make merry by themselves, and making a very large fire, all of char-coal, in a close room, they were therewith smothered, and their spirits so suffocated, that they continued there all night; and being found next morning, two of them were stark dead, beyond recovery: the third with much ado, was brought to life again, but remains very weak.
Fires Early Works To 1800 : Mr. Lillie's predictions concerning the many lamentable fires which have lately happened : With a full account, not onely of all the great fires in England this present year, 1676. As at Cottenham near Cambridge, Southward, Blanford in Dorsetshire, Witiham by Oxford, Abington in Bark-shire, Nightingale Lane, &c. But also beyond the sea: as at Mosco, where ... dwelling houses were burned down April 22. The cities of Starguard, and ... Brandenburgh in Germany, May 21. And several towns in Burgundy, the French countee, and Picardy, belonging to the French King, consumed in May last. Published for the general satisfaction. With allowance, June 23. 1676. Ro. L'Estrange.; Lilly, William,
Fires England 17th Century : A True account of that dreadful fire which happened in the house of Mr. Samuel Seaton, a pewterer : at the corner of White-cross-street over against Cripple-Gate-Church, London, on the twenty-seventh of this instant March, 1687, in which were consumed (or burnt) seven persons ... with an account of the circumstances that attended it and many other matters and things (strange and unusual) relating thereunto, and of their decent burial.
Fires England Darlington Early Works To 1800 : Lamentable ne[ws] from the towne of Darnton in the bishopricke of Durham, being y[e] north partes of England, : where was burned 273. houses, vppon the 7 .day of May last past 1585. being as lamentable a matter as euer was heard..
Fires England Dorchester Dorset Early Works To 1800 : Fire from heauen. : Burning the body of one Iohn Hittchell of Holne-hurst, within the parish of Christ-church, in the county of South-hampton the 26. of Iune last 1613. who by the same was consumed to ashes, and no fire seene, lying therein smoaking and smothering three dayes and three nights, not to bequenched [sic] by water, nor the help of mans hand. VVith the lamentable burning of his house and one childe, and the grieuous scorching of his wife: with the birth of a monster, and many other strange things hapning about the same time: the like was neuer seene nor heard of. / Written by Iohn Hilliard Preacher of the word of life in Sopley. Reade and tremble. With the fearefull burning of the towne of Dorchester vpon friday the 6 of August last 1613.; Hilliard, John
Fires England London 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A true narrative of the late most horrid and barbarous murder, : committed, by eleven phanaticks, upon the person of James, late Lord Arch-bishop of St. Andrewes, Primate and Metropolitan of all Scotland: and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Counsel for that kingdom. Who was barbarously murdered, on Saturday the 3d. of this instant May 1679. As likewise, the account of the burning of New Prison in Clerken-well, on Fryday the 9th. of this instant May 1679. as is supposed, by a Papist, prisoner there: with other remarkable circumstances.
Fires England London Sermons : A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margarets Westminster Octob. 10, being the fast-day appointed for the late dreadful fire in the city of London / by Edward Stillingfleet ...; Stillingfleet, Edward,
Fires England Northampton Northamptonshire : The state of Northampton from the beginning of the fire Sept. 20th 1675 to Nov. 5th : represented in a letter to a friend in London and now recommended to all well disposed persons in order to Christian-charity and speedy relief for the said distressed town and people / by a country minister.; Pearse, Edward,