Pargeter William 1674 : A warning-piece for rash swearers and drunkards : being a full and true account of one William Swallow a carpenter, living in Penitent-Street, near Ratcliff-High-Way, wishing the Devil might make him an example by crushing his bones to pieces, if ever he lay with one Mary Bacon, a bad woman, with whom he kept company : he breaking his vow, the Devil according to his wish, came last Monday night and shattered him to pieces, where he lay in Penitent-Street, as a dreadful spectacle to behold : also, you have here an account of one William Pargeter, a seaman, on board of one of our men of war at sea, who was given to such excessive drinking, that he lately drank himself diligently to death ...
Parham Charles F : Fields white unto harvest : Charles F. Parham and the missionary origins of Pentecostalism.; Goff, James R.,
Paris Et Vienna English : Vienna : Noe art can cut his hart. Wherein is storied ye valorous atchieuements, famous triumphs, constant loue, greate miseries, & finall happines, of the well-deseruing, truly noble and most valiant k[nigh]t Sr Paris of Viennae[sic] and ye most admire[d], amiable princess the faire Vienna.; M. M.
Paris France History Early Works To 1800 : The French kings edict vpon the reducing of the citie of Paris vnder his obedience : Published the 28. of March 1594. VVhereto is adioyned the said kinges letters patents for the reestablishment of the Court of Parliament at Paris. Also a decree of the saide Court of Parliament of the 30. of March, concerning a reuocation of whatsoeuer hath bene committed in preiudice of the kinges authoritie, and the lawes of the land. All faithfully translated out of the French copies printed at Paris by Frederick Morell, by E.A.; France.
Paris France History Louis Xiii 1610 1643 : Nevves from France. A true relation of the great losses which happened by the lamentable accident of fire in the citie of Paris, the 24. day of October last past, 1621 : which burnt downe the Merchants Bridge, the Changers Bridge, and diuers houses neere vnto them. Together with the speedy diligence vsed by the Duke De Monbason, gouernour of the said towne, for the quenching thereof. Also a decree made in the Court of Parliament in Paris, whereby an order is taken for prouiding for the merchants that haue lost their goods by the sayd fire, and to preuent the like mischance in time to come. Translated according to the French copie, printed at Paris.
Paris France History Louis Xiv 1643 1715 Early Works To 1800 : The coppy of a letter from Paris; dated the last of December. : Being a true relation of the manner of the blocking up of that city by the forces of the King. As likewise, an edict of Parlement, giving power to the people to raise armes for the defence of that city. With many other passages of note, as by this edict and letter, doth more at large appeare.; R. B.