Frankfurt Am Main Germany History Early Works To 1800 : A brieff discours off the troubles begonne at Franckford in Germany Anno Domini 1554 : Abowte the booke off off [sic] common prayer and ceremonies, and continued by the Englishe men theyre/ to thende off Q. Maries raigne, in the which discours, the gentle reader shall see the very originall and beginninge off all the contention that hathe byn, and what was the cause off the same.; Whittingham, William,
Frankfurt School Of Sociology Influence : Secret reports on Nazi Germany : the Frankfurt School contribution to the war effort / Franz Neumann, Herbert Marcuse, Otto Kirchheimer ; edited by Raffaele Laudani ; with a foreword by Raymond Geuss.; Neumann, Franz,
Frankfurter Ballett : William Forsythe and the practice of choreography : it starts from any point / edited by Steven Spier.
Franking Privilege United States : Franking privilege for members of Congress: Public law 93-191 (effective December 18, 1973); [electronic resource] a compilation of legislative history. Ninety-third Congress, first session.; United States.
Franklin William Ropemaker Of Overton : Pseudochristus: or, A true and faithful relation of the grand impostures, horrid blasphemies, abominable practises gross deceits; : lately spread abroad and acted in the county of Southampton, by William Frankelin and Mary Gadbury, and their companions. The one most blasphemously professing and asserting himself to be the Christ, the Messiah, the Son of God who dyed and was crucified at Jerusalem for the sins of the people of God. The other as wickedly professing and asserting her self to be the Spouse of Christ, called, the Lady Mary, the Queen, and Bride, and Lambs Wife. Together with the visions and revelations, to which they did pretend their ways of deceiving, with the names and actions of sundry persons deceived by them. As also their examinations and confessions before the justices of the peace, their imprisonment, and their tryal before the judg of assize, at the last assize holden at Winchester, March 7. 1649. Published for a publique benefit and warning to every one to take heed to himself, that he be not deceived by the errors and deceits of these present times. / By Humphry Ellis, minister of the word in the city of Winton.; Ellis, Humphrey,