Kindness Religious Aspects Christianity : A treatise of benignity / written by Father Francis Arias ... in his second parte of the Imitation of Christ our Lord ; translated into English.; Arias, Francisco.
Kineton England History Early Works To 1800 : The vindication and clearing of Sir Iames Ramsey from those base aspersions cast upon him through mis-information, &c. : Concerning his carriage in the fight at Kyneton, 23 October 1642.
Kineton England History Military Early Works To 1800 : The examination of Colonell Lunsford, Colonell Vavasor, Captaine Noes, Lieutenant Colonell Ballard, Sergeant Major Wallis, Cornet Strangewaies, Lieutenant VVh[i]te, Sergeant Iones, and Mr. Bland, Delinquents. : Who were taken in the fight at Kineton in VVarwickshire, and were committed to VVarwicke Castle, and on the 17. of November were examined upon some particular articles. Whereunto is annexed a speech of Colonell Lunsfords, which hee spake at his examination.
Kineton Warwickshire History : Strange newes from Warwicke, which hapned on Thursday last being the 17 day of November, 1642 : manifesting how one Jeremiah Stone, a corporall of a company of dragooners under his excellence, being wounded at the battell at Keynton, came to the Anchor of Warwick a little inne, and gave the hostesse of the house a bagge of money to keepe for him untill such time as hee had recovered his health : also how the said hostesse conspired with her husband to couzen the said souldier of his money, causing him to be imprisoned for offering to demand it : with the manner how they forswore themselves before the bench, and how Gods just judgement immediately fell upon them, to the tenour and amazement of all that great assembly : whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventrey.
Kineton Warwickshire History Early Works To 1800 : Strange newes from Warwicke, which hapned on Thursday last being the 17. day of November, 1642. : Manifesting how one Jeremiah Stone, a corporall of a company of Dragooners under his Excellence, being wounded at the battell at Keynton, came to the Anchor at Warwick a little inne, and gave the hostesse of the house a bagge of money to keepe for him until such time as hee had recovered his health. Also how the said hostesse conspired with her husband to couzen the said souldier of his money, causing him to be imprisoned for offering to demand it. With the manner how they forswore themselves before the bench, and how Gods judgement immediatly fell upon them, to the terrour and amazement of all that great assembly. Whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventrey.
King And Rulers Duties Early Works To 1800 : The speech of Their Excellencies the Lords Ambassadours Extraordinarie : from the high and mighty States General of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, taking their leave of both the Honourable Houses of Parliament assembled at Westminster. April the 10th. 1645. / Translated out of French into English: and printed by their Excellencies order. Steph. Taylor. Secr.
King And Rulers Succession Early Works To 1800 : His Majesty's pedigree : from the Saxon, Dane, Norman, and Scottish line; with an exact genealogy deliniated by their distinct families. A work fitting the memory for discourse. By G. Flemming, M.A.; Fleming, Giles,
King And Rulers Succession England Early Works To 1800 : A full answer to the depositions; and to all other the pretences and arguments whatsoever, concerning the birth of the Prince of Wales. : The intreague thereof detected, the whole design being set forth, with the way and manner of doing it. Whereunto is annexed, a map or survey engraven of St. James's Palace, and the convent there: describing the place wherein it is supposed the true mother was delivered: with the particular doors and passages through which the child was convey'd to the Queens bed-chamber.
King Augustin 1688 : A full and true account of the tryal, condemnation, and execution with the last dying words of Augustin King : Who was executed neer Hartford-Townsend, on Wednesday March the 21st. 1687/8.
King Brooke : War flower : my life after Iraq / Brooke King.; King, Brooke,