Parr Richard 1617 1691 : A brief narrative of the proceedings of Doctor Parr, and some of the parishioners of Mary Magda'en [sic] - Bermonsey in the county of Surrey : against certain people called Quakers, inhabitants of the said parish, for not paying and complying with an illegal tax, laid under pretence of repairing their church ...; Rawbone, Joseph.
Parr Susanna : Susanna's apologie against the elders. Or A vindication of Susanna Parr; : one of those two women lately excommunicated by Mr Lewis Stycley, and his church in Exeter. / Composed and published by her selfe, for the clearing of her own innocency, and the satisfaction of all others, who desire to know the true reason of their so rigorous proceedings against her.; Parr, Susanna.
Parricide Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Stratton in Cornwal: or, A true relation of a cruel b[l]oody murther commited by one J.R. upon his own father, for lucre of enjoying his estate : who (after he had committed the fact, and laid the knife in the bed where his father lay) called in several neighbours to witness that his father had murthered himself; bu [sic] upon search, his shirt and breast were found besprinkled with his fathers blood; upon which search he fell in a swound, and after his recovery confest the fact, and is now in goal [sic] Written by one William Reddish, who was in Stratton at the same time when the murther was committed: and written since in a letter to Mr. Pearce Manaton in Windmill-Court in the Burcherrow near Temple-Barr, by his brother, living within half a mile of the said town. With allowance.; Reddish, William.
Parris Samuel 1653 1720 : More wonders of the invisible world, or, The wonders of the invisible world : display'd in five parts ... : to which is added a postscript relating to a book intitled, The life of Sir William Phips / collected by Robert Calef, merchant of Boston in New England.; Calef, Robert,
Parry Mr : An Account of a most barbarous and bloody murthre, committed yesterday in Covent-Garden, by Mr. Parry who belong to the play-house : on the body of Mr. Henry Arthur, who was lately try'd for robbing the Western Maile.