Ombudspersons Europe Congresses : Proceedings of the Round Table with European Ombudsmen / organised by the Secretariat General of the Council of Europe in co-operation with the Spanish Defensor del Pueblo (Madrid, 5-6 June 1985).; Round Table with European Ombudsmen
Omens Europe Early Works To 1800 : Gods voice to Christendom, or, Alarum to Europe : by the remarkable earthquakes, with the several kinds thereof, two hundred years before the birth of Christ. The causes and kinds, antecedents, and consequents, (pestilence, sword, famine) following thereupon, the nature of meteors, effective, and productive of an earthquake. Some part whereof was delineated by the great and vertuous Robert Boyle Esquyer, in the year 1681, relating to the dreadful comet. The impending judgements and causes of Gods wrath against a sinful people, seasonably and particularly applyed to the sons of Levi. / By a minister of Christ.
Omens Germany Early Works To 1800 : A lamentable list : of certaine hidious, frightfull, and prodigious signes, which have bin seene in the aire, earth, and waters, at severall times for these 18. yeares last past, to this present: that is to say, anno. 1618. untill this instant. anno. 1638. in Germany, and other kingdomes and provinces adjacent; which ought to be so many severall warnings to our kingdome, as to the said empire. To the tune of aime not to high.
Omens Humour Early Works To 1800 : A second edition of the nevv almanack for the year 1656. Or, the nocturnall revised: : being annotations upon the late Mercurius Aëro-machus. Wherein that author, or the printer for him, which is all one was very rightly mistaken, when he intituled the same a rel--i--ation of strange and wonderful sights seen in the aire on the first of January last, at the time the moon was in the eclipse. The truth whereof, if any man doubteth, it is but airing his horse in a morning or so, as far as Selby in Yorkshire, which is scarce an 150 miles off, where the print of the horses feet are still to be seen in the skie. Together with an huge compasse-window rainbow, seen that night at Jack-daw-ood, in the same countie; where the eccho of the drums and trumpets remian visibly to be heard to this day. Being likewise communicated in a letter to a friend, with an epistle dedicatory at the end of the book.; Seaman, Henry,
Omens Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : A most rare & true report, of such great tempests, straunge sightes, and wonderfull accidents, which happened by the prouidence of God, in Hereford shire, at a place called the Hay, and there abouts, : besides the sightes of strannge [sic] fowles, which there were seene, most fearefull to beholde, with their horrible cryes & strangeness, with the great hurt was done by them..
Omens Sermons : Heavens alarm to the world, or, A sermon wherein is shewed that fearful sights and signs in heaven are the presages of great calamities at hand / by Increase Mather ...; Mather, Increase,
One Act Plays : Acteon & Diana : with a pastoral storie of the nimph Oenone followed by the several conceited humours of Bumpkin the huntsman, Hobbinal the shepherd, Singing Simpkin, and John Swabber the seaman / by Rob. Cox, acted at the Red Bull with great applause.; Cox, Robert,