James I King Of England 1566 1625 Proclamation For The Due Executio : A briefe admonition to all English Catholikes : concerning a late proclamation set forth against them. Dedicated to the Queenes most excellent Maiesty. Togeather with the confutation of a pamphlet, newly published, concerning a decree of the Sorbon at Paris &c. And an epistle to Doctor King, in the behalfe of the Iesuites. By M.C.P.; Walpole, Michael,
James Ii King Of England : The great case put home in some modest queries humbly proposed and tendered to consideration / by a true lover of the Protestant religion and English loyalty.; True lover of the Protestant religion and English loyalty.
James Ii King Of England 1633 1701 His Majesties Reasons For Withdr : The King's reasons (with some reflections upon them) for withdrawing himself from Rochester / written with his own hand (or rather, copied from his own speech after the bawdy affidavit) and ordered by him to be published (by Henry Hills, but that he was out of the way).
James Ii King Of England 1633 1701 Proclamation Against Adherents O : Reasons why the Parliament of Scotland cannot comply with the late K. James's proclamation : sent lately to that kingdom, and prosecuted by the late Viscount Dundee : containing an answer to every paragraph of the said proclamation, and vindicating the said Parliament their present proceedings against him : published by authority.; Welwood, James,
James Ii King Of England 1685 1688 : Prince Charles proclaimed King, : and landed in Jersey with the Duke of York, and a list of the Lords, Knights and gentlemen of quallity arrived there with His Hignes, and His design touching the west of England. Also His entertainment by the Lord Jermane who is made governour of the Island, with the Lord Hopton and 300. other persons of note, that were convoyed by a statesmen of warre with the Duke of Yorks declaration touching his brother the declared King. And his Highnesses message to the King of France, and a present of one hundred thousand crownes sent him by the Cardinall.
James Leonard : A true relation of the most inhumane and bloody murther, of Master Iames Minister and preacher of the word of God at Rockland in Norfolke : Committed by one Lowe his curate, and consented vnto by his wife, who both were executed for this fact this last assises: he being drawne and hanged, and shee burned, who at his death confessed the murther of his owne child, vnlawfully begotten, and buried it him selfe.
James Lionel 1871 1955 : Reporting the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-5 : Lionel James's first wireless transmissions to The Times.; Slattery, Peter.
James Lisa Childhood And Youth : Mummy knew : a terrifying step-father, a mother who refused to listen, a little girl desperate to escape / by Lisa James.; James, Lisa.
James Ralph Active 17th Century : The Quakers refuge fixed upon the rock of ages, though the swelling waters dash never so violently to overturn it : wherein is prov'd, that the narrative of Ralph James is an absolute lying-wonder, according to his own definition : and also, the great controversie between the people of God called Quakers, and others, about the holy spirit of God and the Scriptures, truly stated, and very briefly discoursed, as it is owned by the Quakers, and the truth cleared from the false suggestions and deceitful insinuatins of the anabaptists about the said controversie : in answer to a subtil pamphlet, lately published, intituled, The Quakers subterfuge or evasion overturned : also a few queries propounded unto Ralph James, and the author of the subterfuge &c. / by Robert Ruckhill ; to which is added another postscript in answer to some queries propounded in the said pamphlet, wherein many untruths are suggested ; but herein the truth is cleared, and the evasion and deceit of the Baptists made more fully manifest by John Whitehead.; Ruckhill, Robert.
James Ralph Active 17th Century True Impartial Narrative Of The Emine : The Anabaptists lying wonder, &c., returned upon themselves : to be tedious or prolix in observation of the ways and methods the Anabaptists have trodden in or observed to bring out their pretended prodigy, might be as erksom to the reader as 'twould be inconvenient to pretermit and not at all to take notice of them ...; Rudyard, Thomas,
James Samuel 1805 1866 : Ever westward the land : Samuel James and his Cornish family on the trail to Oregon and the Pacific North-West, 1842-52 / by A.C. Todd with David James.; Todd, A. Cecil.
James Sir King Of England 1566 1625 : Aulicus coquinariæ : or a vindication in ansvver to a pamphlet, entituled The court and character of King James. Pretended to be penned by Sir A.W. and published since his death, 1650.; Sanderson, William,