King John Active 1651 : The declaration of John Robins, : the false prophet, otherwise called the Shakers god, and Joshua Beck, and John King, the two false disciples, with the rest of their fellow-creatures now prisoners in the new-prison at Clarkenwell: delivered to divers of the gentry and citizens, who on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last reported thither to dispute with them: with the citizens proposals to the said John Robins, concerning his opinion and judgement, and his answer thereunto: together with his prophesie of what is to come to pass this year, 1651. & the strange things revealed to him: his religion, principles, and creed: as also his blasphemous tenents, in attributing an inspiration from the Holy Ghost: with the manner of their diet, and his woe pronounced concerning all those that drink ale. / By G.H. an ear-witness.; G. H.
King Peter King Lord 1669 1734 : Reports of Sir Peter King, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 1714-22 / edited for the Selden Society by Lloyd Bonfield and L.R. Poos.
King Philip 1699 : A funeral sermon : Opening the nature and grounds of assurance, occasioned by the death of Mr. Philip King, Minister. Who departed this life, November, 8th. 1699. By Jonathan Owen.; Owen, Jonathan.
King Philip Sculptor Exhibitions : Philip King : catalogue of an exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery London / organised by C. Lampert and R. Cass.; Arts Council of Great Britain.
King William 1650 1729 Answer To The Considerations Which Obliged P : A reformed catechism, in two dialogues concerning the English reformation : Collected for the most part, word for word, out of Dr. Burnet, John Fox, and other Protestant historians. Published for the information of the people. In reply to Mas William Kings Answer to D. Manby's considerations, &c. The first dialogue. By Peter Manby D. of Londonderry.; Manby, Peter,
King William 1650 1729 State Of The Protestants In Ireland : An answer to a book, intituled, The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James government : in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his government, and of submitting to their present Majesties, is demonstrated.; Leslie, Charles,
Kingdomes Faithful And Impartial Scout : An ansvver to the cities representation set forth by some ministers of the Gospel, within the province of London. Concerning the proceedings of the army. / By a Presbyterian patriot, that hath covenanted to preserve the rights and priviledges of Parliaments, and the Kings Majesties person and authority; in the preservation, and defence of the true religion and liberties of the kingdoms; and not otherwise. February 7. 1648. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot.
Kinge Edward Barrister : The answer of Sir Edward Lake Baronet, and Doctor of the Laws, Chancellor to the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, for the diocess of Lincoln, : to the petition and articles given in against him to the honourable the Committee of Parliament for Grievances, that is of the House of Commons, by Edward Kinge of Grayes-Inne Esq / as he writes himself.; Lake, Edward,
Kingham England Maps : Gloucestershire - Oxfordshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 22 SE.; Great Britain.