Mervyn Henry Sir 1646 : An elegie in memorie, and at the interring of the body of the most famous and truely noble knight, Sir Henrie Mervyn. : Paterne of all true valour; worth, and arts, who departed this life the 30. of May, and lyes interred at Westminster, anno Do: 1646.; Mercer, William,
Mesolithic Period Asia : Hunters in transition : Mesolithic societies of temperate Eurasia and their transition to farming / edited by Marek Zvelebil.
Mesolithic Period England Bouldnor Cliff : The Mesolithic occupation at Bouldnor Cliff and the submerged prehistoric landscapes of the Solent / Garry Momber ... [et al.] ; with major contributions by Nigel Nayling ... [et al.].
Mesolithic Period England Yorkshire : Star Carr in context : new archaeological and palaeoecolgical investigations at the early Mesolithic site of Star Carr, North Yorkshire / by Paul Mellars and Petra Dark ; with contributions by P. Clogg [and others].; Mellars, Paul,
Mesolithic Period Great Britain Congresses : Mesolithic Scotland and its neighbours : the Early Holocene prehistory of Scotland, its British and Irish context, and some Northern European perspectives / edited by Alan Saville.
Mesolithic Period Scotland Congresses : Mesolithic Scotland and its neighbours : the Early Holocene prehistory of Scotland, its British and Irish context, and some Northern European perspectives / edited by Alan Saville.
Message To Both Houses Of Parliament For A Personall Treaty With The King A : The people and souldiers observations, : on the Scotch message to the Parliament, concerning the King; 5. of November 1647. By the scope whereof, all who will be satisfied with reason, or with mens practices more then their words, may have full resolution to this more usuall then doubtfull question : whether the King, Lords, Commons, Scotts, City, clergy, and officers of the Army, have sought more their own private ends then the publick weale of this nation?
Messalina Valeria 48 : The tragedy of Messallina the Roman emperesse : As it hath beene acted with generall applause divers times, by the Company of his Majesties Revells. Written by Nathanael Richards.; Richards, Nathanael,