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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.  1676 1
Moor Thomas Sir   2
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.  1679 1
Moorbath England Maps : Dorset [cartographic material] : sheet SY 49 NW.; Great Britain.  1963 1
Moorby England Maps : [Lincolnshire] [cartographic material] : sheet TF 26 SE.; Great Britain.  1956 1
Moorcock Michael   2
Moore Alan 1953 : Alan Moore and the gothic tradition / Matthew J.A. Green.; Green, Matthew J. A.,  2013 1
Moore Alan 1953 Watchmen   2
Moore Barrington 1913 2005 : Barrington Moore : violence, morality and political change.; Smith, Dennis,  1983 1
Moore Charlotte 1959 : George and Sam / Charlotte Moore.; Moore, Charlotte,  2005 1
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.  1678 1
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,  1689 1
Moore Elizabeth 1656   7
Moore Francis 1662   2
Moore G E George Edward 1873 1958   23
Moore George 1852 1933   10
Moore Graham Sir 1764 1843 : Frigate commander / by Tom Wareham.; Wareham, Tom.  2004 1
Moore Halton England Maps : Cheshire - Lancashire [cartographic material] : sheet SJ 58 SE.; Great Britain.  1967 1
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.  1690 1
Moore Henry 1898 1986   17
Moore Henry 1898 1986 Exhibitions   7
Moore Inga Six Dinner Sid : Activities based on Six dinner Sid by Inga Moore / Janet Perry.; Perry, Janet,  2006 1
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.  1654 1
Moore John 1646 1714   3
Moore John 1730 1805 : Abolition and emancipation. Part 4, The Granville Sharp papers from Gloucestershire Record Office, [microform] 1743-1813.  1998 1
Moore John Patentee : The Case of the booksellers and printers stated : with answers to the objections of the patentee.  1666 1
Moore John Sir 1620 1702   10
Moore John Sir 1761 1809   2
Moore Jonas Sir 1617 1679   3
Moore Leslie Thomas 1883 1957 : Temple Moore : an architect of the late Gothic revival / with an essay on Leslie Moore by Tim Ellis.; Brandwood, Geoffrey K.  1997 1
Moore Lorrie 1957 : Understanding Lorrie Moore / Alison Kelly.; Kelly, Alison,  c2009 1
Moore Marcel 1892 1972 : Don't kiss me : the art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore / edited by Louise Downie.  2006 1
Moore Marianne 1887 1972   20
Moore Of Drogheda Alice Moore Viscountess 1649 : A declaration set forth by the lord lieutenant and councell : for vindicating the honour and justice of His Majesties government and ministers heere, from severall foule and scandalous aspersions endeavoured to be layed upon them by Alice, Lady Moore, Viscountesse Dowager of Drogheda, Sir Patrick Wemys, knight, and Captaine Iohn Ponsonby, in severall letters (here also inserted) directed from the said persons to some persons in His Majesties kingdom of England.; Ireland.  1645 1
Moore Of Drogheda Charles Moore Viscount 1603 1643   10
Moore Peter 1641   2
Moore Rebekah 1655 : The remembrance of God in the time of youth : pleaded for, directed, and encouraged. In a sermon preached at the funerall of the vertuous young gentlewoman, Mrs Rebekah Moore at Buckland. Monach: Feb. 2. 1655. Being the daugther of George Moore of Peckham in the county of Surrey, Esq. By Ioseph Rowe minister of the Gospel.; Rowe, Joseph,  1656 1
Moore T Sturge Thomas Sturge 1870 1944   2
Moore T Sturge Thomas Sturge 1870 1944 Correspondence : W.B. Yeats and T. Sturge Moore : their correspondence, 1901-1937.; Yeats, W. B.  1953 1
Moore Temple 1856 1920 : Temple Moore : an architect of the late Gothic revival / with an essay on Leslie Moore by Tim Ellis.; Brandwood, Geoffrey K.  1997 1
Moore Thomas : The bloudy persecution of the Protestants in Ireland : being the contents of severall letters brought by his Majesties post from Ireland, November the 21. 1641, wherein is related, how the rebels forces doe daily encrease, and how the Protestants still are destroyed by fire and sword, without any mercie, also, how many good townes and castles in the county of Monno, have beene consumed by fire. With a true rclation [sic] of the cruelty which the rebels used to Sir Patricke Dunson, by ravishing of his lady before his face, spurning of his children to death, and slaying his servants and himselfe after an unheard of bloudy manner. And how his lady was rescued by Sir Thomas Moore.  1641 1
Moore Thomas 1672 : The reward of the wise: and the fruitful Christians future blessedness : Opened at the late funeral of that piously wise and faithful, fruitful servant of God and our Lord Jesus, Mr. Thomas Moore of Whittlesey, interred at the church in Coleman-Street July 8. 1672. By John Horne of Lin-Regis in the County of Norfolk.; Horn, John,  1672 1
Moore Thomas 1672 Breife Discovery Of The People Called Quakers   2
Moore Thomas Junior Antidote Against The Spreading Infections Of The Spirit : Satans design discovered: : vvho under a pretence of worshipping Christs person in heaven, would exclude God and Christ, the spirit and light, out of the world: and that he should no more dwell in his people as he hath done, till Doomsday, that so he might rule in the hearts of men and women, unrevealed, while the world endures, onely under the name of God and Christ, talked of at a distance, that he may rule in the creation, exalted above God. Clearly laid open in an answer to Thomas Moor, who calls his book an Antidote against the spreading infections, &c. Wherein is discovered the crooked ways the winding Serpent takes to save his head, and reproach the truth with lies, that by any means he might make people believe that a lying spirit is among the Quakers, but is found within him. With 48. lies, taken out from three times as many, and sent back to be proved by the founder of them, T.M. Also some particulars, what the Quakers holds ... / By a servant to truth, called James Nayler.; Naylor, James,  1655 1
Moore Thomas Junior Clavis Aurea : An impartial examination and refutation of the erroneous tenents of Thomas Moor in his dangerous writings intituled Clavis Aurea &c. : wherein he is not ashamed to insinuate his being the Elias mentioned in Malachi, denies an Hell, or future punishment, and boldly asserts the inevitable salvation of all men.; T. C.  1698 1
Moore Thomas Junior Defence Against The Poyson Of Satans Designe : A second answer to Thomas Moore, to that which he calls, his Defence against the poyson, &c. : Wherein is shewed the crooked wayes, the Serpent is forced to take to keep God and his creatures at a distance, and yet would do it under the name of a teacher. But is seen to be the same, that perswaded man out from his guide in spirit, and now would keep him so, lest his unclean wayes in the heart of man should be discovered with the spiritual light of Christ; and so man should turn to the Lord, who is that spirit, and the vail be done away, ... Here is also 54. lies gathered out from amongst a multitude more, with T.M. hath heaped up for his defence, against the truth, which he calles the poyson of Satan, which are sent him back to the 48. that I sent him before, that he may either prove them, or they root with the founder, for the truth they touch not. / Set forth to clear the truth from this froth, cast upon it by the enemy thereof, By a friend to the seed of truth, called James Naylor.; Naylor, James,  1656 1
Moore Thomas Junior Fuller Discovery Of The Dangerous Principles And Lying : The he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood : in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one intituled, A fuller discovery, which is stuffed with such a multitude of lyes, slanders, and perverting the truth, as the like hath not been extant : the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore Senior, and Thomas Moore Junior : and the other book is falsely called truth's triumph by John Horn : which are answered for the information of the people, and the clearing of the servants of God, and the way of truth to the simple hearted from the lyes, delusions and fallacies that have proceeded from the spirit of Antichrist and blasphemy, in these men aforesaid, who profess themselves ministers of Christ but are proved ministers of Satan and unrighteousness / by a witness of Christ and his work against all the works of darkness, G.W.; Whitehead, George,  1660 1
Moore Thomas Senior Fuller Discovery Of The Dangerous Principles And Lying : The he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood : in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one intituled, A fuller discovery, which is stuffed with such a multitude of lyes, slanders, and perverting the truth, as the like hath not been extant : the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore Senior, and Thomas Moore Junior : and the other book is falsely called truth's triumph by John Horn : which are answered for the information of the people, and the clearing of the servants of God, and the way of truth to the simple hearted from the lyes, delusions and fallacies that have proceeded from the spirit of Antichrist and blasphemy, in these men aforesaid, who profess themselves ministers of Christ but are proved ministers of Satan and unrighteousness / by a witness of Christ and his work against all the works of darkness, G.W.; Whitehead, George,  1660 1
Moore Thomas Senior The Universallity Of Gods Free Grace In Christ To Manki : A refutation of the loose opinions, and licentious tenets wherwith those lay-preachers which wander up and downe the kingdome, labour to seduce the simple people. Or An examination and confutation of the erronious doctrines of Thomas More, late a weaver in Wells neare Wisbitch, in his book entituled The universality of Gods free grace in Christ to mankinde. : As also a full answer to the other Arminian tenets concerning, election, redemption, conversion, & perseverance. In which the principall arguments brought to maintain the orthodox faith are propounded, and the principall objections against them are answered. / By Thomas Whitfeild [sic], minister of the Gospel at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.; Whitfield, Thomas,  1646 1
Moore Thomas Senior Universallity Of Gods Free Grace In Christ To Mankind : A refutation of the loose opinions, and licentious tenets wherwith those lay-preachers which wander up and downe the kingdome, labour to seduce the simple people. Or An examination and confutation of the erronious doctrines of Thomas More, late a weaver in Wells neare Wisbitch, in his book entituled (The universality of Gods free grace in Christ to mankinde.). : As also a full answer to the other Arminian tenets concerning, election, redemption, conversion, & perseverance. In which the principall arguments brought to maintain the orthodox faith are propounded, and the principall objections against them are answered. / By Thomas Whitfeild, minister of the Gospel at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.; Whitfield, Thomas,  1646 1
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