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,
France Northern Church History Congresses : Les laïcs dans les villes de la France du Nord au XIIe siècle : colloque organisé à l'Institut de France le vendredi 30 novembre 2007 / par l'Association "Rencontres médiévales européennes", présidée par Monique Cazeaux ; avec Lydwine Saulnier-Pernutt ... [et al.] ; sous la présidence d'Alain Saint-Denis ; actes édités par Patrick Demouy.
France Parlement 1946 : British & French parliaments in comparative perspective / Gerhard Loewenberg, editor.
France Parlement Early Works To 1800 : Newes from France. Or A relation of a maruellous and fearfull accident of a disaster : which happened at Paris the seuenth day of March, this present yeare 1618. where by meanes of a terrible fire, all the pallace was burnt and consumed. Together with a narration of the losse and ruine of many tradesmen, who had all their goods consumed by the said fire. As also an iniunction of the Court of Parliament concerning the restoring backe and deliuering of all bags of papers, processes, peeces and records which were taken vp being cast out of the pallace during the said fire. / Truly translated according to the French copie: and set forth by authoritie..
France Parlement Normandy : Nevves from Sir Roger Williams : VVith a discourse printed at Rheines [sic] containing the most happie victorie, lately obtained by the Prince de Conty, lieutenant generall ouer the kinges forces, in Aniou, touraine, Maine, Poictu, Berry, Blaysois, Vendomois, Dunois, high and lower Limosin, and Perche, against the rebellious leaguers, enemies to his Maiestie. VVhereunto is annexed the order or agreement of the Court of Parliament, held in Normandy at sundry times, and now lastly confirmed the eighteenth of August, to the vtter abolishing of the Popes authoritie, the taking away of his reuenewes, and the burning of his bulles.; Williams, Roger,
France Pictorial Works : Picturesque architecture in Paris, Ghent, Antwerp, Rouen, etc., drawn from nature on stone by Thomas Shotter Boys, 1839 : a re-issue of the complete set of these exceedingly scarce and beautiful delineations of continental cities, printed in colours / with descriptive notes to each plate, and an introduction by E. Beresford Chancellor.; Boys, Thomas Shotter,
France Politics And Government 1560 1574 : La plume et la tribune : Michel de L'Hospital et ses discours (1559-1562) ; suivi de l'edition du De initiatione Sermo (1559) et des Discours de Michel de L'Hospital (1560-1562).; Petris, Loris.
France Politics And Government 1643 1715 Humour : A True and authentick copy of the most horrid and stupendious oath, whereby the French king confirmed his alliance with the Turks / faithfully translated from the French historiographer, Du Ribier, in his memoirs, whereof the Latin original is here annexed.