Managing Your Boss : Managing your boss / John J. Gabarro and John P. Kotter.; Gabarro, John J.,
Manasarowar Lake China : The Holy mountain ; being the story of a pilgrimage to Lake Mānas and of initiation on Mount Kailās in Tibet / by Bhagwān Shri Hamsa; translated from the Marāthi by Shri Purohit. swāmi; with an introduction by W. B. Yeats.; Hamsa,
Manasoch Aldura : England's vvarning-piece. : Or, the most strange and wonderfull predictions of Cleombrotus a heathen Jew, prophesied in the yeare 1272. upon the raignes of 29. kings of England; from Edvvard the I. to Charles the Fifth, 1799. Together with the prophesie of another heathen named Aldura Manasoch, and lately found amoungst antient records in the colledge of Wittenburg in Germany. / Interpreted by Doctor Delanorosus of the same colledge, out of the Arabian, Arminian, and Saxon languages, newly translated into English; now publisht and made obvious to the English nation, by a person of quality. Very remarkable to be observed in this present age, and by future generations.
Manasseh Ben Israel 1604 1657 Mikveh Yisrael : Light for the Ievvs, or, The means to convert them : in answer to a book of theirs called The hope of Israel, vvritten and printed by Manasseth Ben-Israel, chief agent for the Jews here, 1650.; Evans, Arise,
Manasseh Ben Israel 1604 1657 To His Highness The Lord Protector Th : Anglo-Judæus, or, The history of the Jews, whilst here in England : relating their manners, carriage, and usage, from their admission by William the Conqueror, to their banishment : occasioned by a book, written to His Highness, the Lord Protector ... by Rabbi Menasses Ben Israel : to which is also subjoyned a particular answer / by W.H.
Manavadhamasastra : Bharuci's commentary on the Manusmrti : the Manu-Sastra-Vivarana, Books 6-12 : text translation and notes.; Bharuci.
Manby England Maps : [Lincolnshire] [cartographic material] : sheet TF 38 NE.; Great Britain.
Manby George : An act for George Manby : to prohibit any to make use of his invention for the boiling all sort of liquors, for fourteen years.; England and Wales.
Manby Peter 1697 Reformed Catechism In Two Dialogues Concerning The Eng : A vindication of the answer to the considerations that obliged Peter Manby, &c. to embrace, as he pretended, what he calls the Catholick religion : Being an answer to the first dialogue, already printed, of his Reformed catechism. By William King M.A. and Chancellor of St. Patricks, Dublin.; King, William,
Manchester England Early Works To 1800 : News from Manchester : being a perfect relation of the passages, which hapned there, between the Lord Strange, and the commissioners for the militia. Together with the occasion, and other circumstances of their skirmishing, and the number, and state of those which were slain and wounded. As also how the magazine for that county is disposed of. Sent in a letter from M. Jo. Ronsgore, an eye-witnesse, and an inhabitant of the said town of Manchester.; Ronsgore, John.
Manchester England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Jovis 6. October. 1642. A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : in commendation of the inhabitants of the towne of Manchester, for their valiant resisting the late Lord Strange, and now Earle of Darbie; and to incourage them in their valour which they have shewed for their owne defence, and to endeavour to suppresse or apprehend the said Earle, or any his complices, assuring them of allowance and payment for all disbursements or losses in that service. John Browne Clerk Parliament.; England and Wales.
Manchester England History Civil War 1642 1649 Sources : Manchesters resolvtion against the Lord Strange. : With the Parliaments endeavour and care for the prevention of such sad calamities that may ensue upon the nation, by their severall votes, resolved upon in the House of Peers, and in the House of Commons, for the securing of the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales. / Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamen. ; Also a remarkable passage concerning His Majesties blocking up of Hull.; England and Wales.
Manchester England History Military 17th Century Early Works To 1 : A true and perfect relation of the proceedings at Manchester, from Snnday [sic] the 25. of September, to Sonday the second of October, MDCXLIJ. : Wherein is related six severall battels fought by the inhabitants of Manchester, with two thousand men against the Lord Strange, now Earle of Derby, and the Lord Rivers with 3000. horse and foor [sic]. Describing the number that was slain on both sides, in each battle. Declared in a letter sent from Mr. Thomas Hawkins to Mr. Erbie a Member of the House of Commons, and openly read in the said House, October the 4. 1642.; Hawkins, Thomas,