Monson William 1672 : The traytors pilgrimage from the Tower to Tyeburn: : being a true relation of the drawing of William Lord Munson, Sir Henry Mildmay, and Esquire Wallop, upon three several sledges on Munday last the 27th of this instant January, being the day that our late Gracious Soveraign King Charles received that horrid and most unjust sentence to lose his dear and precious life before the gates of his own royal palace. With manner of the proceedings at Tyburn, in order to the degrading and devesting them of their former titles of honour; and their declaratory speeches to both the right worshipful sheriffs of London and Middlesex.
Monson William Active 1700 : Sir Thomas Grosvenor's case, in answer to the petition of William Monson and William Thompson esqs : and others, in order to avoid the said Sir Thomas his priviledge as a member of the honourable House of Commons in Parliament.
Monsoons : Les moussons / Nouv ed.; Pedelaborde, Pierre.
Monsters England : A Brief narrative of a strange and wonderful old woman that hath a pair of horns growing upon her head : giving a true account how they have several times after being shed, grown again : declaring the place of her birth, her education and conversation with the first occasion of their growth, the time of their continuance and where she is now to be seen, viz. at the sign of the Swan near Charing Cross.
Monsters Germany Early Works To 1800 : Strange signes seene in the aire, strange monsters behelde on the land, and wonderfull prodigies both by land and sea, ouer, in, and about the citie of Rosenberge in high Germany the nineteenth of Ianuarie last part.
Monsters History To 1500 : Hybridity, identity and monstrosity in medieval Britain : on difficult middles / Jeffrey Jerome Cohen.; Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome.
Monsters Human : The monstrous races in medieval art and thought.; Friedman, John Block,
Monsters Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Ireland, or, A true and perfect relation of a famous fish taken at Kingsale : the manner of its taking, and description of its horrible shapes / as it was certified in a letter from one Mr. Robinson, living in Kingsale, (an eye-witness) to Mr. John Davie a relation of his, living in Westminster.; Robinson,
Monsters Juvenile Fiction : Emily Brown and the thing / written by Cressida Cowell ; illustrated by Neal Layton.; Cowell, Cressida.
Monsters Spain Early Works To 1800 : The true portriture of a prodigious monster. Taken in the mountains of Zardana. the following discription - whereof was sent to Madrid. Octob: 20th. 1654 from thence to Don Olonz de Cardines embassidor for the King of Spain, now resident at London.
Monstrous Eating Quaker : The Quakers acquitted from the foul aspersions of the scandalous libeller. : Being a detection of three most abusive and sordid pamphlets, entituled: I. The monstrous eating Quaker. II. The Quaker turned Jew. III. The Quaker and his maid. : Which are confuted by plain evidence to undeceive the ignorant, clear the truth and stop debauchery. / By Ellis Hookes.; Hookes, Ellis,
Montagu Edward Montagu Baron 1616 1684 : Two letters of His Majesties left upon the table at Hampton-Court the 11 of November, 1647 : the one to Colonell Whaley, the other to Lord Mountague : also a letter of advice to His Majestie, subscribed by E.R.; Charles
Montagu Robert 1634 1683 : The origins of the grand tour : the travels of Robert Montagu, Lord Mandeville (1649-1654), William Hammond (1655-1658), Banaster Maynard (1660-1663) / edited by Michael G. Brennan.
Montagu Sidney 1672 : In nobilissimi juvenis Sidnæi Montacuti immaturum obitum qui illustrissimum Sandovici comitem consanguineum suum secutus navali cum Batavis prælio (vulnerene, an flammis, an undis incertum ) extinctus est, V. Cal. Jun. anno Christi, MDCLXXII : Ode, dialogus quo filius matrem in somnis solatur.; Pugh, Robert,