Jersey Politics And Governemnt Early Works To 1800 : Freedome. Or, The description of the excellent civill government of the island of Jersey : published by James Stocall Esq; Collonel of a regiment of the trained bands of the said island, consisting of 1500 men. Under the government of the honorable Colonel Heane governour thereof, for the service of the Commonwealth of England.; Stocall, James.
Jersild Jens Olaf : Case of Jersild v. Denmark : judgment of 23 September 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Jerusalem History Siege 70 A D Poetry : Warning or lanthorn to London, by the doleful destruction of faire Jerusalem whose misery and unspeakable plague doth most justly declare Gods heavy wrath and judgement for the sinns and wickedness of the people, except by repentance we call to God for mercy : to the tune of Brigandary. Of the horrible and woful destruction of Jerusalem, and the signes and tokens that were seen before it was destroyed, which destruction was after Christs ascension xlii years : to the tune of The Queens almaine
Jerusalem History Siege 70 A D Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Canaans calamitie, Ierusalems misery, and Englands mirror. : The dolefull destruction of faire Ierusalem by Titus, the sonne of Vespasian Emperour of Rome, in the yeare of Christs incarnation 74. Wherein is shewed the wonderfull miseries which God brought upon that citty for sinne, being utterly ouerthrowne and destroyed by sword, pestilence, and famine. Briefly gathered into this small volume, for the benefit of all well disposed persons, wherein they shall find many strange and notable things, worthy to be regarded and had in remembrance.; T. D.,
Jerusalem Poetry : Canaan's calamitie, Jerusalems misery, and England's mirror : the doleful destruction of fair Jerusalem, by Titus, the son of Vespasiam, Emperour of Rome, in the year of Chirst's [sic] incarnation 74 : wherein is shewed the wonderful miseries which God brought upon that city for sin, being utterly overthrown and destroyed by sword, pestilence, and famine : briefly gathered into this small volume, for the benefit of all well-disposed persons, wherein they shall find many strange and notable things, worthy to be regarded and had in remembrance.; Dekker, Thomas,
Jesop William : A more exact and full relation of many admirable passages which happened during the whole siege of Lime : wherein Gods mercy is oftentimes miraculously expressed towards the inhabitants of the said place : as also the manner of relieving of the town of Lyme by the Right Honourable Robert Earl of Warwick Lord high admirall of England : as it was sent to a speciall friend by William Iesop Esq. secretary to his Honour : also the names and number of such persons as came fron Prince Maurice to the Earle of Warwick.; Warwick, Robert Rich,
Jessop Violet 1887 1971 : Titanic survivor : the memoirs of Violet Jessop, stewardess / introduced, edited, and annotated by John Maxtone-Graham.; Jessop, Violet,
Jest Books Early Works To 1800 : Ingenii fructus: or, The Cambridge jests; : being, youth's recreation. I. Containing delightful, choice, and uncommon novels. II. Merry with witty jests, and pleasant tales and bulls. III. The Cambridge punns, and drollery, suitable to mirthful entertainment. IV. The original of the word Cockney put upon citizens. The throwing at croks on Shrove-Tuesday. The original and reason of Horn-Fair, and Cuckold's Point. V. The whole art and mystery of love, in courting maids and widdows with success; nicking the critical minute to crown your love-passion, with an happy conclusion. VI. New jests, which may serve for the witty-man's companion, the busie man's diversion, and the melancholly man's physick, and recreation. Calculated for the meridian of Cambridge-shire, and may serve elsewhere, for the innocent spending of winter evenings. By W.B.; W. B.