Flavel John 1630 1691 Vindiciarum Vindex : The ax laid to the root, or, One blow more at the foundation of infant baptism, and church-membership. Part I : containing an exposition of that metaphorical text of Holy Scripture, Mat. 3. 10. : being the substance of two sermons lately preached, with some additions, wherein is shewed that God made a two-fold covenant with Abraham, and that circumcision appertained not to the covenant of grace, but to the legal and external covenant God made with Abraham's natural seed, as such : together with an answer to Mr. John Flavel's last grand arguments in his Vindiciarum Vindex, in his last reply to Mr. Philip Cary, also to Mr. Rothwell's Pædo-baptisms vindicatur, as to what seems most material / by Benjamin Keach ...; Keach, Benjamin,
Flax Industry England Early Works To 1800 : By the Queene : where in the Parliament holden at Westminster in the xxiiii. yeere of the reigne of the late ... King Henry the eight ... there was an acte and statute made touching and concerning the sowing of flaxe seede and hempe seede ...; England and Wales.
Flecknoe England Maps : Northamptonshire - Warwickshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 56 SW.; Great Britain.
Flecknoe Richard 1678 : A relation of ten years in Europe, Asia, Affrique, and America : all by way of letters occasionally written to divers noble personages, from place to place, and continued to this present year / by Richard Fleckno.; Flecknoe, Richard,
Fleet Prison : A Briefe collection of some part of the exactions, extortions, oppressions, tyrannies, and excesses towards the liues, bodies and goods of prisoners, done by Alexander Harris, warden of the Fleete, in his foure years misgouernment, ready to be proued by oath and other testimonies
Fleetstreet Riot London England 10 July 1629 : By the King : a proclamation for the better discouery and apprehension of those malefactors, who were actors in the late insolent riots and murders committed in Fleetstreet, London, vpon Friday, the tenth day of this instant moneth of Iuly.; England and Wales.
Fleetwood James 1603 1683 : Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, to the ministers, church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess [sic] of Worcester, : in the episcopal visitation of the right reverend Father in God, James, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Holden in the year 1679,.; Church of England.
Fleetwood Miles 1641 : To the honourable, the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Commons House of Parliament : The humble petition of Ierom Hawley Esquire, for and on the behalfe of Phillip Sture an infant, the sonne and heire of Tristram Sture.; Hawley, Jerome,
Fleetwood William 1656 1723 : A letter to the B---p of St. A--ph, on burning his preface by the hands of the common hangman, on Thursday the 12th of June, 1712..
Fleischer Max 1883 1972 : Out of the inkwell : Max Fleischer and the animation revolution / Richard Fleischer.; Fleischer, Richard,