Love John 1661 : The Tryal of John Love, an English Quaker, before Pope Alexander, and his council at Rome : and the several questions and propositions, made by His Holiness, to the said Love ... as also, the fatal and bloody sentence of death pronounced against him ... / published for information of all true subjects within His Majesties realms and dominions.
Love John 1721 : The cry of the oppressed for justice: or, An account of the exercise, tryal and suffering of John Love the younger, of the city of Canterbury, for bearing a testimony against wars and bloodshed, and for Christ the Peaceable Saviour..; Love, John,
Love Letters Europe History To 1500 : Making love in the twelfth century : Letters of two lovers in context / a new translation with commentary by Barbara Newman.; Newman, Barbara.
Love Letters Women Authors Early Works To 1800 : The histories and novels of the late ingenious Mrs Behn : in one volume. Viz. Oroonoko, or the royal slave. The fair jilt, or Prince Tarquin. Agnes de Castro, or the force of generous love. Lover's watch, or the art of love. The ladies looking-glass. The lucky mistake, and Love-letters: never before printed. Together with the life and memoirs of Mrs. Behn. Written by one of the fair sex.; Behn, Aphra,
Love Literary Collections Early Works To 1800 : The card of courtship : or the language of love; fitted to the humours of all degrees, sexes, and conditions. Made up of all sorts of curious and ingenious dialogues, pithy and pleasant discourses, eloquent and winning letters, delicious songs and sonnets, fine fancies, harmonious odes, sweet rhapsodies.
Love Nicholas Active 1410 : Nicholas Love at Waseda : proceedings of the international conference, 20-22 July, 1995 / edited by Shoichi Oguro, Richard Beadle, and Michael G. Sargent.
Love Of The Soule : Eubulus, or A dialogue, where-in a rugged Romish rhyme, (inscrybed, Catholicke questions, to the Protestaut [sic]) is confuted, and the questions there-of answered. By P.A.; Forbes, Patrick,
Love Poetry 18th Century : W. T. to fair Clio; : who, the first time he had the honour to see her, sung a ballad of her own composing, in compliment to one he had writ before. To the tune of, To all ye ladies, &c.; W. T.
Love Poetry English England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : True love rewarded with loyalty, or, Mirth and joy after sorrow and sadness : This young man he did walk in pensive manner being a souldier under cupids banner, in loving terms he did express his mind. Still fearing that his love will prove unkind, but she to ease him from all future pain, did cheer his heart & grant him love again / to a new west country tune called, O hark my love, or, Flora farewel.