Mormon Converts Wales : The guide to Zion / by D. Jones ; translation and commentary by Ronald D. Dennis.; Jones, Dan,
Mormon Handcart Companies : Handcarts to Zion : the story of a unique western migration, 1856-1860 : with contemporary journals, accounts, reports, and rosters of members of the ten handcart companies / by LeRoy R. Hafen and Ann W. Hafen.; Hafen, LeRoy R.
Mormon Pioneers United States History 19th Century : Handcarts to Zion : the story of a unique western migration, 1856-1860 : with contemporary journals, accounts, reports, and rosters of members of the ten handcart companies / by LeRoy R. Hafen and Ann W. Hafen.; Hafen, LeRoy R.
Mormons History : Expectations westward : the Mormons and the emigration of their British converts in the nineteenth century.; Taylor, Philip A. M.
Mormons Idaho History 19th Century : The Bear River massacre : being a complete sourcebook and storybook of the genocidal action against the Shoshones in 1863 and of Gen. P.E. Connor and how he related and dealt with Indians and Mormons on the Western Frontier / by Newell Hart.; Hart, Newell.
Mormons In Literature : Latter-day screens : gender, sexuality, and mediated Mormonism / Brenda R. Weber.; Weber, Brenda R.,
Mormons In Mass Media : Latter-day screens : gender, sexuality, and mediated Mormonism / Brenda R. Weber.; Weber, Brenda R.,
Mornay Charlotte De Madame Du Plessis Marly : Memoires de Madame de Mornay : edition revue sur les manuscrits / publiee avec les variantes et accompagnee de lettres inedites de Mr. et de Mme. du Plessis Mornay et de leurs enfants par Mme. da Witt.; Mornay, Charlotte de,
Mornay Philipe De Seigneur De Plessis Marly 1549 1623 Traite De Lin : A discourse of the conference holden before the French King at Fontain-bleau, : betweene the L. Bishop of Eureux, and Munsieur du Plessis L. of Mornay, the 4. of May 1600. Concerning certaine pretended corruptions of authors, cyted by the sayd Munsieur du Plessis in his booke against the Masse. / Faithfully translated out of the French.
Mornay Philippe De Seigneur Du Plessis Marly 1549 1623 Traite De Le : A treatise of the vocation of bishops, and other ecclesiasticall ministers : proving the ministers of the pretended reformed churches in generall, to have no calling against Monsieur Du Plessis, and Mr. Doctour Feild : and in particular the pretended bishops in England, to be no true bishops against Mr. Mason / by Anth. Champ. ...; Champney, Anthony,
Morning Post : The Morning Post, 1772-1937 : portrait of a newspaper.; Hindle, Wilfrid.
Morning Prayer Divine Office Anglican Communion : The reasonableness of our Christian service (as it is contained in the Book of Common-Prayer) evidenced; and made clear from the authority of Scriptures, and the practice of the primitive Christians. : Or, a short rationale upon our morning and evening service, as it is now established in the Church of England. Wherein every sentence therein contained, is manifestly proved out of the Holy Bible, or plainly demonstrated to be consonant thereto. / Composed and written by Thomas Elborow, Vicar of Cheswick: and since his death made publick by the care and industry of Jo. Francklyn, A.M. and Minister of Brentford.; Elborow, Thomas.
Morning Service Music : Nathaniel Giles. II, English sacred music / transcribed and edited by Joseph Sargent.; Giles, Nathaniel,
Morning Ship : The voyages of the "Morning" / by Gerald S. Doorly.; Doorly, Gerald S.,
Morocco Early Works To 1800 : The arrivall and intertainements of the embassador, Alkaid Jaurar Ben Abdella, with his associate, Mr. Robert Blake : From the High and Mighty Prince, Mulley Mahamed Sheque, Emperor of Morocco, King of Fesse, and Suss. With the ambassadors good and applauded commendations of his royall and noble entertainments in the court and the city. Also a discription of some rites, customes, and lawes of those Affrican nations. Likewise Gods exceeding mercy, and our Kings especiall grace and favour manifested in the happy redemption of three hundred and two of his Majesties poore subjects, who had beene long in miserable slavery at Salley in Barbary.