Monteith George 1685 : On that devout and industrious gentelman, George Monteith, : merchant in Edinburgh, who departed this life the 2. day of Juny [sic], 1685. A funeral elegie. / N. Paterson.; Paterson, Ninian,
Monterey Calif History : Indians and pioneers of old Monterey : being a chronicle of the religious history of Carmel Mission considered in connection with Monterey's other local events and California's general history : also a sketch on aboriginal Monterey.; Culleton, James.
Montero Rosa : Contemporary feminist fiction in Spain : the work of Montserrat Roig and Rosa Montero.; Davies, Catherine,
Montezinos Antonio De Approximately 1650 : Digitus dei: nevv discoveryes : with sure arguments to prove that the Jews (a Nation) or people lost in the world for the space of near 200 years, inhabite now in America; how they came thither; their manners, customs, rites and ceremonies; the unparallel'd cruelty of the Spaniard to them; and that the Americans are of that race. Manifested by reason and scripture, which foretell the calling of the Jewes; and the restitution of them into their own land, and the bringing back of the ten tribes from all the ends and corners of the earth, and that great battell to be fought. With the removall of some contrary reasonings, and an earnest desire for effectuall endeavours to make them Christians. Whereunto is added an epistolicall discourse of Mr John Dury, with the history of Ant: Monterinos, attested by Manasseh Ben Israell, a chief rabby. By Tho: Thorowgood, B:D.; Thorowgood, Thomas,
Montgomery Castle Wales : Dolforwyn Castle, Montgomery Castle / Lawrence Butler and Jeremy K. Knight.; Butler, L. A. S.
Montgomery Conference On Race Problems 1900 : "The Negro problem" as seen and discussed by Southern white men in conference, at Montgomery, Alabama : with criticisms by the Northern press / prepared and compiled for the National Afro-American Council by Geo. Allen Mebane.; Mebane, George Allen.
Montgomery Wales History Siege 1644 Early Works To 1800 : Letters from Sir William Brereton Sir Thomas Middleton, Sir John Meldrum, of the great victory (by Gods providence) given them, in raising the siege from before Mountgomery-castle. And, how they routed, and totally dispersed His Majesties forces, under the command of the Lord Byron; where they tooke all their carriages, armes, and ammunition, and made them flie to Shrewsbury and Chester. With a list of the names of all the commanders and officers taken and kild in the said service. Die Lunæ, 23 Septemb. 1644. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that these letters be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; Brereton, William,