Pounde Thomas 1539 1616 : An aunswer to sixe reasons, that Thomas Pownde, Gentleman, and prisoner in the Marshalsey. at the commaundement of her Maiesties Commissioners, for causes Ecclesisasticall: required to be aunswered : Because these reasons doo moue him to think, that controuersies and doubts in religion, may not be iudged by the Scriptures, but that the Scriptures must be iudged by the Catholique Church. ... Written by Robert Crovvley.; Crowley, Robert,
Poundon England Maps : Buckinghamshire - Oxfordshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 62 NW.; Great Britain.
Pounds John 1766 1839 : The life and times of John Pounds of Portsmouth : originator of Ragged Schools / editors, Paul Quin and Geoff Worthington.
Pountney Master 1613 : Immortality in mortality magnifi'd in a strange (yet true) narration of one Master Pountney, merchant, : sometimes living in the parish of Mary le Bow in Cheapside, who was buried in the chancell of the church of Leonard East-cheap, anno Dom. 1613. and was found on this present Feb. 15. 1647. whole and sound without any diminution or corruption of his members or body inward or outward, having lain in his grave (according to the precedent date, which is extracted from the register book of the aforesaid parish, Leonards East-cheap) 34 years, published as a wonder of wonders in this age. Printed and published according to order of Parliament.
Pourrat Henri 1887 1959 : Le savoir et la saveur : Henri Pourrat et "Le trésor des contes" / préface de Marc Soriano.; Bricout, Bernadette.
Poverty Early Works To 1800 : The prayse and commendacion of suche as sought comenwealthes : and to the co[n]trary, the ende and discommendacion of such as sought priuate welthes. Gathered both out of the Scripture and phylozophers.