Moon John Active 1657 1685 True Light Hath Made Manifest Darknesse : The sun out-shining the moon, or, Righteousness excelling rottennness : in answer to a lying scandalous paper, published by John Moone, entituled, The true light hath made manifest darknesse, &c. : but it is darkness put forth for light, as it will appear by that which followeth / and is published by John Price.; Price, John,
Moor Thomas 1676 : Strange and lamentable news from Ireland : being a true and perfect relation of the bloody murthering and robing of Thomas Moor and his family, after which set fire on his house, and burnt them in their beds : as is truly asserted by one that came lately from thence, and was there a day after this horrid fact was done, and for a further confirmation of the truth hereof, the person that brought the news over, will depose it upon oath if it required of him.
Moor William 1679 : The Poysoner self-poysoned, or, A Most true and lamentable relation from Lewis in Sussex : how one Robert Brinkhurst, a cutler, treacherously poysoned one William Moor (The best friend he had in the world ... ) : as also how the said Brinkhurst ... poysoned himself ... : with other remarkable circumstances rendring the fact so prodigiously wicked, that 'tis believ'd no age can produce its parallel.
Moore Dr : Strange and wonderful news from the county of Wicklow in Ireland, or, A full and true relation of what happened to one Dr. Moore (late schoolmaster in London), how he was taken invisibly from his friends, what happened to him in his absence, and how, any by what means he was found, and brought back to the same place; Cother, John.
Moore Edmund 1689 : A catalogue of Mr. Edmund Moors library : consisting of very good Latin and English books, on several subjects. Which will be sold by auction, on Monday next the twenty-ninth of July 1689, betwixt three and four of the clock in the afternoon, at the three half moons in St. Paul's Church-yard among the woollen drapers. Gentlemen may receive catalogues at Mr. Notts, at the Queens Arms in the Pell-Mell, at Mr. Welds at the Crown between the Two Temple Gates, at Mr. Manships, at the Black Bull against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, and at the place of sale every afternoon.; Moore, Edmund,
Moore Henry : A true account from Lisburn in Ireland, : of the examination of Robert Burdett painter, Joshua Shanks, Robert Hodscase, seamen; Thomas Gray, shoemaker, Henry Moore and Richard Givart, skinners, and inhabitants of Limerick, who made their escape lately from thence, and give this following account.
Moore John 1595 1657 Crying Sin Of England Of Not Caring For The Po : Considerations concerning common fields, and inclosures, : dialoguewise, digested into a deliberative discourse between two supposed friends, Philopeustus and Parrhesiastes. And tending partly to state and determine the question of lawfulnesse or unlawfulnesse between inclosures, and common fields, partly to answer some passages, which may be thought to make against inclosure in general, in another discourse lately published by Mr John Moore, under this title, The crying sinne of England, of not caring for the poor.; Lee, Joseph.