France Kings And Rulers Early Works To 1800 : An epitome of all the lives of the kings of France : From Pharamond the first, to the now most Christian King Levvis the thirteenth. With a relation of the famous battailes of the two kings of England, who were the first victorious princes that conquered France. Translated out of the French coppy by R.B. Esq.
France Laws Etc : The Laws of honor, or, An account of the suppression of duels in France : extracted out of the King's edicts, regulation of the marshals, records of Parliament : published for the use of English gentlemen who have the honor to carry arms.
France Military Relations Babylon Extinct City Fiction Early Works To 1 : A great sea-fight which was fought lately upon the coast of Dunkirke, between the Babylonians and the Dunkirkers. : As also the relation of the reason why the Babylonians came so near this way, which was to invade the Kingdom of England, how they were shipwrackt on the coasts of Egypt, and overthrowne in fight by the Dunkirkers. At the recitall of which, the Soldan of Babylon strook the messonger of this ill newes, and afterwards burned his palace, wherein he and others perished. / Written by Iohn Preston, a sea-captain.; Preston, John,
France Ministere Des P T T History : L'oeil et l'oreille de la Résistance : action et rôle des agents des P.T.T. dans la clandestinité au cours du second conflit mondial : actes du colloque tenu a Paris les 21, 22, 23 novembre 1984.; Institut d'histoire du temps présent (France)
France Navy Early Works To 1800 : England's safety: or, A bridle to the French King : Proposing a sure method for encouraging navigation, and raising qualified seamen for the well manning Their Majesties fleet on any occasion, ... a competent provision for all such as shall be wounded in service against the enemy, either in their Majesties ships of war, privatiers, or merchant-men, for the better encouraging and defending them. Also an in-fight into the advantages may be made by the herring and other fisheries, in respect to the breeding of seamen, and otherwise. Together with a proposal for the maintenance and education of the male children of all such as shall be kill'd in service, both seamen and officers; and a provision for gentlemens younger sons, and the sons of commanders kill'd in the service, to qualifie them for the sea, in order to make officers. ... By Captain George St. Lo.; St. Lo, George,