Peace Officers England Selection And Appointment Early Works To 1800 : A briefe and exact treatise declaring how the sheriffs, and all other the great officers of this kingdome have been anciently elected and chosen. : Also how farr the Kings prerogative, and the priviledges of Parliament, did extend in their election. With some other matters of great consequence, touching the fundamentall lawes of this land, most necessary for these times. Collected and proved out of divers statues and records, now in force
Peace Philosophy Early Works To 1800 : The peace-maker: or, Great Brittaines blessing. : Fram'd for the continuance of that mighty happinesse wherein this kingdome excels many empires. : Shewing the idlenesse of a quarrelling reputation, wherein consists neither manhood nor wisdome. : Necessary for all magistrates, officers of peace, masters of families, for the confirmation of youth, and for all his Majesties most true and faithfull subiects. To the generall auoiding of all contention and bloud-shedding..
Peace Religious Aspects Biblical Teaching : Saint Pauls politiques, or, A sermon against neutrality : preached at Margarets Westminster on the Lords-Day Decemb. 13, 1644, divers of the Honourable House of Commons being present / by Lawrence Palmer ...; Palmer, Laurence.
Peace Religious Aspects Biblical Teaching Early Works To 1800 : Saint Pauls politiques, or, A sermon against neutrality; : preached at Margarets Westminster, on the Lords-Day Decemb. 13. 1644. divers of the Honourable House of Commons being present. By Laurence Palmer, rector of the Mediety of Gedling, in the county of Nottingham, and captain of a troop of horse raised for the service of the King and Parliament. Imprimatur, Charles Herle.; Palmer, Laurence.
Peace Religious Aspects Sermons Early Works To 1800 : An earnest plea for peace and moderation : in a sermon, preached at Barnstaple in Devon to the ministers, and others, occasionally there assembled, Octob. 17. 1660 / by Martin Blake B.D.; Blake, Martin,