Marsh John 1681 : A funeral sermon. Delivered upon occasion of the death of that worthy gentleman John Marsh, Esq; who lived at Garston-Hall in Watford Parish in the county of Hartford; and died in the Lord, and was buried Septemb. 16, 1681. By Samuel Slater, late minister of the Gospel at Edmunds-Bury in Suffolk.; Slater, Samuel,
Marshack Alexander : An enquiring mind : studies in honor of Alexander Marshack / edited by Paul G. Bahn.
Marshal William : The history of the Plot, or, A brief and historical account of the charge and defence of Edward Coleman, Esq., William Ireland, Thomas Pickering, John Grove : Robert Greene, Henry Berry; L'Estrange, Roger,
Marshall Owen 1941 : The secular visionaries: aestheticism and New Zealand short fiction in the twentieth century.; Gwynne, Joel.
Marshall Paule : Embodying slavery in contemporary American literature. representations of slavery's enduring influence on women's corporeal identity in novels by Paule Marshall, Ellen Gilchrist, Ellen Douglas and Gloria Naylor.; Rogers, Susan Elizabeth.
Marshall Thomas 1784 1835 Speech Of Thomas Marshall In The House Of : Review of the slave question : extracted from the American Quarterly Review, Dec. 1832, based on the speech of Th. Marshall, of Fauquier, showing that slavery is the essential hindrance to the prosperity of the slave-holding states : with particular reference to Virginia, though applicable to other states where slavery exists / by a Virginian.; Harrison, J. B.
Marshall Thomas Humphrey : Citizenship today : the contemporary relevance of T.H. Marshall / edited by Martin Bulmer and Anthony Rees.
Marshall Walter 1628 1680 : The faith of the saints as to a future house and happiness in the other world : set forth in a sermon preached at the funeral of that worthy servant of Christ, Mr. Walter Marshal / by S. Tomlyns.; Tomlyns, Samuel,
Marshals France Correspondence : Messages d'outre-tombe du maréchal Pétain : textes officiels, ignorés ou méconnus, consignes secrètes / [textes recherchés, classés et présentés par M. et J. Paillard].; Petain, Philippe,
Marshalsea Prison Southwark London England : Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, France, and Ireland ... to all and singuler archbishops, bishops, archdecons, deanes and their officials ... : know ye, that whereas the prisoners in the custodye of the marshall of the Marshalsey ...; England and Wales.