Inmate Guards England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the most vvofull and miserable state and condition of those distressed prisoners, taken by His Maiesties forces, and deteined and kept in the Castle at Oxford : VVith the inhumane, unspeakable, and unheard-of usage of their keeper or gaoler Captaine Thomas Smith the Marshall Generall. As also, a relation of the execrable cruelties of the cavaliers in Yorkshire, upon a young man, horsing him, and hanging lead waights upon his legges untill he dyed. Written, and sent by a poore gentleman a prisoner there, to a gentleman a friend of his here in London.
Innes James Major : The reply of George Boothe, Esquire : to some things alledged against him by the now committee at Leycester. In a certaine printed paper intituled, An examination examined, or, A full and moderate answer to Major Innes, &c.; Delamer, George Booth,
Innes James Sir : To his grace, His Majesties high commissioner, and the right honourable Estates of Parliament : the Laird of Innes younger, as deriving right to the wadset lands underwriten from his father Sir James Innes of that ilk, and with concourse of his said father.; Innes, Henry,
Innocent Iii Pope 1160 Or 61 1216 : The vindication of the royall commission of King Jesus : against the antichristian faction of Pope Innocensivs the third and all his favourits that enacted by a decree that the baptisme of the infants of beleevers shou'd succeed circumsion. deret. Gre. 1, 3, which doth vniversally oppose the commission granted by King Jesus, Mat. 28, 19, Goe teach and baptise &c. by giving authority to all his preists that receive ordination from him, to goe and first baptise the infants of beleevers borne within the parish and then teach them / written by Francis Cornewell ...; Cornwell, Francis.
Innocent Iv Pope : Der Kamptzwischen Papst Innocenz lV und Kaiser Friedrich II.; Weber, Hans of Lausanne.
Innocent Passage Law Of The Sea : Jurisdiction of the coastal state over foreign merchant ships in internal waters and the territorial sea / Haijiang Yang.; Yang, Haijiang.
Innocent Pope 1160 Or 61 1216 : The vindication of the royall commission of King Jesus. Mat. 28. 18.19.20. compared with Mark. 16. 15.16. Against the antichristian faction of Pope Innocensius the third, and all his favourits; that enacted by a decree, that the baptisme of the infants of beleevers, should succeed circumsion. Deret. Gre. l. 3. which doth vniversally oppose the commission, granted by King Jesus, Mat. 28.19. Goe teach and baptise &c. by giving authority to all his preists, that receive ordination from him, to goe, and first baptise the infants of beleevers borne within the parish, and then teach them. Written (by Francis Cornewell Mr. of Arts, and sometimes student of Emanuell Colledge in Cambridge)...; Cornwell, Francis.