Missouri Politics And Government 1861 1865 : The rebellion [electronic resource] : its origin and life in slavery : position and policy of Missouri : speech of Charles D. Drake : delivered by request, in Mercantile Library Hall, St. Louis, April 14, 1862, having been previously spoken, in substance, at Union, Mo., April 7, 1862.; Drake, Charles D.
Mistresses Early Works To 1800 : A pleasant jigg betwixt Jack and his mistress: or, The young carman's courage cool'd by the suddain [sic] approach, of his master, who found him too kind to his mistress. : Tune of Mary live long. Licensed according to order.
Mistresses Sermons : A white sheete, or A warning for whoremongers : A sermon preached in the parish church of St. Swithins by London-stone, the 19. of Iuly, anno Domi: 1629. the day appointed by honorable authoritie, for penance to be done, by an inhabitant there, for fornication, continued more then two yeares, with his maide-seruant. By Richard Cooke B: of D: and parson there.; Cooke, Richard,
Misty Comic Strip : Gothic for girls : Misty and British comics / Julia Round.; Round, Julia,
Mitcham England History Early Works To 1800 : Mr. Sadler, sadled : in the vindication of Mr. R. Cranmer of London merchant: and confutation, of the abominable untruths, and falshoods of Anthony Sadler of Mitcham, Clark; contained in a letter and petition directed to the Right Reverend Father in God George, Lord Bishop of Winchester; and afterwards published to the world in print. By a true lover of truth and justice.; True Lover of Truth and Justice.
Mitcham Surrey History Sources Early Works To 1800 : Strange news indeed: from Mitcham in Surry : Of the treacherous and barbarous proceedings, of Master Robert Cranmer merchant of London; against Master Anthonie Sadler, vicar of Mitcham. How that well known minister, for prosecuting that enough known merchant, in a suite at civil law; for the vindication of the churches rights: and for presenting him into the ecclesiastical court; for the vindication of the churches discipline: hath been (of late) defamed, imprisoned, and complotted to be ruined, by him and his party. As, is very briefly, but very truly related, in this letter and petition, to the Lord Bishop of Winton.; Sadler, Anthony,