Masques Early Works To 1800 England : The order and solemnitie of the creation of the High and mightie Prince Henrie, eldest sonne to our sacred soueraigne, Prince of VVales, Duke of Cornewall, Earle of Chester, &c. : As it was celebrated in the Parliament House, on Munday the fourth of Iunne last past. Together with the ceremonies of the Knights of the Bath, and other matters of speciall regard, incident to the same. Whereunto is annexed the royall maske, presented by the Queene and her ladies, on Wednesday at night following.
Masques With Music Early Works To 1800 : The songs in the new play call'd The impostor defeated; or A trick to cheat the devil : with the masque of Cinthia and Endimion in the last act, as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.; Powell, George,
Mass Anecdotes : A Famous conference between Pope Clement the Xth and Cardinal de Monte Alto concerning the late discovery of the Masse in Holy Scripture made by the worthy Father Patrick, an excellent engineer of the Church of Rome in England
Mass Budget Geophysics : The mass balance of the cryosphere : observations and modelling of contemporary and future changes / edited by Jonathan L. Bamber and Antony J. Payne.
Mass Burials England Towton : Blood red roses : the archaeology of a mass grave from the Battle of Towton AD 1461 / edited by Veronica Fiorato, Anthea Boylston and Christopher Knüsel ; foreword by Robert Hardy ; contributions by Andrew Boardman ... [et al.] ; with further contributions by Christopher Cumberpatch ... [et al.].
Mass Burials England Weymouth Dorset : "Given to the ground" : a Viking age mass grave on Ridgeway Hill, Weymouth / by Louise Loe ... [et al.] ; with contributions by Lesley Abrams ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Magdalena Wachnik ... [et al.].
Mass Celebration Outside The Church Early Works To 1800 : An apologie of priuate masse : spred abroade in writing without name of the authour: as it seemeth, against the offer and protestacion made in certayne sermons by the reuerent father Bisshop of Salsburie: with an answer to the same Apologie, set foorth for the maintenance and defence of the trueth. Perused and allowed, by the reuerent father in God Edmonde Bisshop of London, accordynge to the order appoincted in the Que'enes maiestes iniunctions.
Mass Communication : Mapping world communication : war, progress, culture / translated [from the French] by Susan Emanuel and James A. Cohen.; Mattelart, Armand.