Park Laurence 1716 : A demonstration, that Hen. Meriton, John Meriton and Lau. Park, priests, of the country of Norfolk, in confederacy with Francis Bugg, were the challengers; and not the Quakers; Feddeman, John.
Park Mungo 1771 1806 : Africa through Western eyes [microform]. Part 3, Original manuscripts from the Royal Commonwealth Society Library at Cambridge University Library.
Parker Alexander 1628 1689 : Urim and thummim, or, The apostolical doctrines of light and perfection maintained : against the opposite plea of Samuel Grevill (a pretended minister of the Gospel) in his ungospel-like discourse against a book entituled A testimony of the light within, anciently writ by Alexander Parker / by W.P.; Penn, William,
Parker Family : The Parkers at Saltram 1769-89 : everyday life in an eighteenth-century house.; Fletcher, Ronald.
Parker George 1654 1743 Mercurius Angli Canus 1697 : Flagitiosus Mercurius flagellatus, or, The whipper whipp'd : being an answer to a scurrilous invective written by George Parker in his Almanack for MDCXCVII : in such language and base expressions that none but a bended mechanick would be seen to own, and this without any provocation given by me.; Partridge, John,
Parker Henry Of Grays Inn : A choice collection of law-books ancient, and modern. : Consisting of the library of Henry Parker, Esq; of Grays-Inn deceased; as also of another eminent professor of the law, with some additions of other new law books, viz. Reports, &c. Will be exposed to sale by way of auction, on Munday next, the 5th. day of December, 1681. At the auction house in Ivy-lane next door to the Wooll-sack. By Edward Millington, Bookseller..; Millington, Edward,
Parker John Active 1861 1864 : Abolition and emancipation. Part 6, Papers of William Wilberforce, William Smith, Iveson Brookes, Francis Corbin and related records from the Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library, Duke University [microform], 1780-1880.
Parker Matthew 1504 1575 De Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclesiae Et Pr : The life off the 70. Archbishopp off Canterbury presentlye sittinge Englished, and to be added to the 69. lately sett forth in Latin. This numbre off seuenty is so compleat a number as it is great pitie ther shold be one more: but that as Augustin was the first, so Mathew might be the last
Parker Michael : Words in the Kings Maiesties letters patents concerning the lottery..; England and Wales.
Parker Richard 1764 1797 : A new song, on Parker, a delegate, and head of the mutiny at Sheerness. : Tune - The hardy tar.
Parker Robert 1665 : Military memoirs of Marlborough's campaigns, 1702-1712 / by Captain Robert Parker, Royal Regiment of Foot of Ireland, and the Comte de Mérode-Westerloo, Field Marshal of the Holy Roman Empire ; edited by David Chandler.; Parker, Robert,
Parker Robert B 1932 2010 : Sons of Sam Spade : the private-eye novel in the 70s : Robert B. Parker, Roger L. Simon, Andrew Bergman.; Geherin, David.
Parker Samuel 1640 1688 Defence And Continuation : A sober enquiry into the nature, measure and principle of moral virtue, its distinction from gospel-holiness : with reflections upon what occurs disserviceable to truth and religion in this matter : in three late books, viz. Ecclesiastical policy, Defence and continuation, and Reproof to The rehearsal transpos'd / by R.F.; Ferguson, Robert,
Parker Samuel 1640 1688 Preface To Bishop Bramhalls Vindication Of : Two points of great moment, the obligation of humane laws, and the authority of the magistrate about religion, discussed : together with the case which gave occasion to the first point : in opposition to the two authors, of the Friendly debate, and of the Preface to a late book of Bishop Bramhalls / by J.H.; Humfrey, John,
Parkes James James William 1896 1981 : A bibliography of the printed works of James Parkes with selected quotations / compiled, with biographical notes, by Sidney Sugarman and Diana Bailey, edited with additions and amendments by David A. Pennie.; Sugarman, Sidney.
Parkes Malcolm B : Of the making of books : medieval manuscripts, their scribes and readers : essays presented to M.B. Parkes / edited by P.R. Robinson and Rivkah Zim.
Parkes Richard 1558 Or 1559 Apologie Of Three Testimonies Of Holy S : Loidoromastix: that is, A scourge for a rayler : containing a full and sufficient answer vnto the vnchristian raylings, slaunders, vntruths, and other iniurious imputations, vented of late by one Richard Parkes master of Arts, against the author of Limbomastix. VVherein three hundred raylings, errors, contradictions, falsifications of fathers, corruptions of Scripture, with other grosse ouersights, are obserued out of the said vncharitable discourse, by Andrevv Willet Professor of Diuinitie.; Willet, Andrew,
Parkes Richard 1558 Or 1559 Briefe Answere Unto Certaine Objections : Limbo-mastix: that is, A canuise of Limbus Patrum : shewing by euident places of Scripture, inuincible reasons, and pregnant testimonies of some ancient writers, that Christ descended not in soule to Hell, to deliuer the Fathers from thence. Containing also a briefe replie to so much of a pamphlet lately published, intituled, An answere to certaine obiections against the descension &c. as lookes that way, and is personally directed against some writers of our Church.; Willet, Andrew,