Huguenots Controversial Literature : Charitable advice : in a letter to the French Protestants, into whatsoever parts of the world dispers'd, by reason of their present sufferings and persecutions, from the hands of the Roman Catholicks / first written for the use of the French Protestants by Stephen Crisp ... ; and since translated out of the French, for more publick benefit.; Crisp, Stephen,
Huguenots England London History : Strangers, aliens and Asians : Huguenots, Jews and Bangladeshis in Spitalfields 1660-2000 / Anne J. Kershen.; Kershen, Anne J.
Huguenots England Sermons : [S]ermon [su]r ces paroles du chap. xxiii du livre des Nombres, v. 10 : [qu]e je meure de la mort des droituriers, & que ma fin soit semblable a la fienne / prononçé le 21 jour de May, l'enterrement de feu Monsieur Michely [p]asteur de l'Eglise Françoise de Londres, par David Primerose, ministre du Saint Evangile dans la méme eglise.; Primerose, David.
Huguenots France Poitou Early Works To 1800 : The horrible persecution of the French Protestants in the province of Poitou· : Truly set forth by a gentleman of great quality, an eye witness of those sad passages. In a letter to a worthy friend of his at Canterbury, June 26, S.N. 1681.; Gentleman of great quality.
Huguenots Ireland Early Works To 1800 : De l'etat present d'Irlande et des avantages qu'y peuvent trouver les Protestans françois: : en une lettre d'un des chapelains de monseigneur le duc d'Ormond viceroi d'Irlande; a un de ses amis en Angleterre.
Huguenots Legal Status Laws Etc Early Works To 1800 : By the King. Charles by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. To all to whome these presents shall come, greeting. : Whereas wee are giuen to vnderstand, by the lords and others of our priuie counsell, that there are a great number of the inhabitants of the Isle of Ree,...; England and Wales.
Huguenots Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : At a general court for Their Majesties colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New-England, sitting at Boston, upon adjournment, December. 22th. 1691. : Forasmuch as these coasts have been and still are infested with divers piratical sea rovers and other enemies; whereby sundry depredations, robberies and damages have been done to and committed upon many of the king and Queens Majesties liege subjects, their vessels, goods and estates to the great impoverishing and hurt of the same ...; Massachusetts.
Huguenots Persecutions : The global refuge [electronic resource] : Huguenots in an age of empire / Owen Stanwood.; Stanwood, Owen.
Huia Schooner : Log of the Huia : a record of the schooner 1894-1951.; Hawkins, Clifford W.
Huichol Indians : Peyote hunt : the sacred journey of the Huichol Indians.; Myerhoff, Barbara G.
Huidobro Vicente : Fundadores de la nueva poesia latinoamericana : Vallejo, Huidobro,Borges, Girondo, Neruda, Paz.; Yurkievich, Saul.
Huise John : Priscianus nascens, or A key to the grammar school : presenting a familiar praxis on all the rules of the common accidence; with a plain introduction into the rules of syntax, as an assistant to Lillies grammar; very much facilitating the translating English into Latine; to the great ease of both master in teaching, and scholar in learning; with several copies to learn to write by.; Huish, Anthony.
Hukanovic Rezak : The tenth circle of hell : a memoir of life in the death camps of Bosnia / Rezak Hukanovic ; translated from the Bosnian by Colleen London and Midhat Ridjanovic ; edited from the original by Ammiel Alcalay.; Hukanovic, Rezak.
Hukbong Mapagpalaya Ng Bayan : Peasant rebellion in the Philippines : the origins and growth of the HMB; a thesis.; Kerkvliet, Benedict J. Tria.
Hulin Humphry : The confession and execution of the six prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 22th of may, 1678. : at which time were executed John Cross, George Blake, William Stone, [brace] Humphry Hulin, Thomas Constable, Rose Goodman. As also of Charles Pamplin, who was executed the same day in Covent-Garden for murdering Lieutenant Dalison. With a true account of their behaviour in Newgate from the time of their condemnation and last speeches at the place of execution.