Incest Victims Rehabilitation : Trauma and the therapist : countertransference and vicarious traumatization in psychotherapy with incest survivors / Laurie Anne Pearlman, Karen W. Saakvitne.; Pearlman, Laurie A.
Inchcape Plc : Two centuries of overseas trading : the origins and growth of the Inchcape Group.; Jones, Stephanie
Inchiqin Murrough Obrien Earl Of 1614 1674 : A great fight in Ireland between the Lord Lievt. Cromwels forces and the Lord Inchequeens army neer Washford, : the number killed and taken prisoners, Col Trevor wounded, and the Lord Inchequeens colours taken General Oneal dead, and the Lord Lievt. drawing away his forces from besieging Duncanon, also the taking of Capt. Plunkets ship with 36 pieces of ordnance with four other ships of a great value, and the manner of Capt. Plunckets escape for his life in a long-boat. Together with a letter of news concerning Col. King, and Col. Johnston, and sixty sail of ships with soldiers, going for Scotland, with the reason and uncertrinty [sic] of that report.
Inclosures Early Works To 1800 : To the Kings most excellent Maiestie. The humble petition of two sisters : the Church and Common-wealth: for the restoring of their ancient commons and liberties, which late inclosure with depopulation, vncharitably hath taken away: containing seuen reasons as euidences for the same.; Trigge, Francis,
Inclosures Europe Antiquities : Enclosing space, opening new ground : Iron Age studies from Scotland to mainland Europe / edited by Tanja Romankiewicz, Manuel Fernández-Götz, Gary Lock and Olivier Büchsenschütz.
Inclosures Great Britain : A Scripture-vvord against inclosure, viz. such as doe un-people townes, and un-corne fields : as also against all such that daub over this black sinne with untempered morter / by John Moore ...; Moore, John,
Inclosures Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : To the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie, the humble petition of two sisters, the church and commonwealth : for the restoring of their auncient commons and liberties, which late inclosure with depopulation, vncharitably hath taken away : containing seuen reasons as euidences for the same.; Trigge, Francis,