Paul The Hermit Saint : Paulus der Eremit : Paulus des eersten Heremiten leven, dat Iheronimus bescreven hevet.; Jerome,
Paul Thomas Active 17th Century Some Serious Reflections On That Part : Differences in judgment about vvater-baptism, no bar to communion, or, To communicate with saints, as saints, proved lawful : in answer to a book written by the Baptists, and published by Mr. T.P. and Mr. W.K. entituled, Some serious reflections on that part of Mr. Bunyan's confession of faith, touching church-communion with unbaptized believers : wherein, their objections and arguments are answered, and the doctrine of communion still asserted and vindicated : here is also Mr. Henry's Jesse's judgment in the case, fully declaring the doctrine I have asserted / by John Bunyan.; Bunyan, John,
Paul William 1678 1716 : A true copy of the papers deliver̀d to the Sheriffs of London by W. Paul, a clergyman, and John Hall, Esq; late justice of the peace in Northumberland, : who were drawn, hang'd, and quarter'd at Tyburn, for high-treason, against his Majesty King George, July the 11th [sic], 1716. Publish'd by order of the sherriffs [sic] of London.; Paul, William,
Paulet George Sir 1608 : Later newes from Ireland : concerning the late treacherous action, and rebellion, of Sir Carey Adoughertie, and Felli Me Reeah Mack Dauy : with the cunning & deceitefull surprising of Captaine Hart, his wife and children, and the castle of Kilmore, his ransacking & burning of the cittie of Derry &c., and the inhumane murther of Sir George Paulet, his associates, and most of the inhabitants of Derry aforesaid.
Paulhan Jean : Intellectuals in history : the "Nouvelle revue francaise" under Jean Paulhan, 1925-1940.; Cornick, Martyn.
Pauw Adriaan 1585 1653 : A list of the ships taken by the fleet of the Common-wealth of England, since the late engagement of the Admirall Trump, neer Dover (contrary to the law of nature, and customs of nations) at the same time that three of their embassadors were here treating of peace : with the Parliaments answer to the paper of the Lord Paw, wherein he desired them to propound what they thought reasonable and just to compose the present differences between them and the States Generall of the United Provinces.
Pavements Early Works To 1800 : A guide to surveyors of the high-ways : shewing the office and duty of such surveyors, with several cases and resolutions in law relating to the same : collected and gathered out of publick acts of Parliament now in force, and out of the year-books, and other books of the municipal laws of this kingdom : with an abridgment of the statute of 22 H. 8 Chap. 5 for the repairing of bridges, with cases relating thereunto : and likewise a summary of the statutes made for paving, cleansing &c., streets, lanes, &c., in London and other towns and places, and an abstract of statutes made for the repairs of high-ways and bridges in particular places, methodiz'd into short chapters for the ready finding out any matter contain'd in the book / by G. Meriton, Gent.; Meriton, George,
Pavements England London Maintenance And Repair : By the Commissioners for Sewers, Pavements, &c. in London : it is ordered, that the clerk do forthwith send to the deputies and common council-men of the several wards, a note of the names of the pavier or paviers designed for each ward ...; City of London (England).
Pavements Law And Legislation England London : By the Commissioners for Sewers, Pavements, &c. in London : it is ordered, that the clerk do forthwith send to the deputies and common council-men of the several wards, a note of the names of the pavier or paviers designed for each ward ...; City of London (England).
Pawlin William : [To the h]onourable the knights, citizens, [and] burgesses in Parliament assembled, : the humble petition of Thomas Brewer gent. and VVilliam Pawlin, Elizabeth Quested widow, Ann Beswick, daughter of Ann Beswick widow, and other the creditors of Vlick late Earl of St. Albans, and Clanricard, deceased,.; Brewer, Thomas,
Pawnbrokers Anecdotes : The Devil and broker, or, A character of a pawn broker : in a merry dialogue with their mainfold frauds and deceits discovered.
Pawnbroking England : Observations manifesting the conveniency and commodity of mount-pietyes, or publick banks : for relief of the poor, and others in distresse upon pawns, at a certain known moderate interest and the inconveniency and great discommodity of continuing or countenancing the ordinary pawn-brokers or lenders upon pawns.
Pawnbroking Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : Great mischiefs daily arising by the common practice of pawn-brokers and their accomplices in and about the city of London, : thieves and other dishonest persons being thereby incouraged to steal, purloyn of imbezel goods and chattels, for want of some good law to prevent the frauds and concealments of pawn-brokers: it is there humbly propos'd, that an act should pass to the effect following:
Pawnbroking Licenses Fees England Early Works To 1800 : A proposal humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons; for an additional tax to be paid upon regulating and licensing pawn-brokers;. and all manner of persons driving trades or occupations, that have not served apprentiships, or be not free of some city or town corporate. Testimonials also for servants, ... to be licensed by the justices of peace, as retaylers of wine ...