Povey Charles 1652 1743 : There is now fixed at the Exhange-House in Hatton-Garden, a general office for publishing and selling books and pamphlets; : as also for printing and dispersing all other papers or advertisements that upon any occasion are required by any person to be given away gratis, and which call for either a speedy or a general publication; likewise for publishing and selling all sorts of merchandizes, goods and wares, by a method never hitherto made use of..; Povey, Charles,
Povey Charles 1652 1743 Unhappiness Of England : Advertisement. : On Monday the 17th of this instant February, 1701. will be publish'd, a book intitul'd The unhappiness of England, as to its trade by sea and land truly stated ... to which is added, An essay of the happiness of man in observing the rules of morality By Charles Povey ...
Powderham Castle England : Powtheram Castle at Exeter, taken by Sir Thomas Fairfax: : in which was the governour, a major, and 120. inferiour officers, and common souldiers, 5. barrels of gun-powder taken. With great store of match, and bullet, and all the princes arms and ammunition therein. Sir Richard Greenvil taken prisoner at Langsdown in Cornwall, and Tothill horse taken by Sir Thomas Fairfax, also, forty horse taken in persuit of the enemy. With the Lord Wentworth's letter, and a copy of the Scout-Master Generals letter; and other letters taken, that were sent from Prince Charles to the King. Commanded to bee printed, and is published according to order.
Powders : Adsorption by powders and porous solids : principles, methodology and applications / Françoise Rouquerol, Jean Rouquerol, and Kenneth Sing.; Rouquerol, Françoise.
Powel Gabriel 1576 1611 Catholikes Supplication Unto The Kings Maie : An answer vnto the Catholiques supplication, presented vnto the Kings Maiestie, for a tolleration of popish religion in England : wherein is contained a confutation of their vnreasonable petitions, and slaunderous lyes against our late soueraigne Queene Elizabeth ... : together with an information vnto His Maiestie of diuers their wicked and treasonable practises, attempted in the life time of our late Queene ... : wherevnto is annexed the supplication of the papists, word for word as it was presented vnto the Kings Maiestie ... / written by Christopher Muriell the elder.; Muriell, Christopher.
Powel Gabriel 1576 1611 Consideration Of The Deprived And Silenced : A myld and iust defence of certeyne arguments, at the last session of Parliament directed to that most Honorable High Court, in behalfe of the ministers suspended and deprived &c: for not subscribing and conforming themselues etc : Against an intemperat and vniust consideration of them by M. Gabril Powell. The chiefe and generall contents wherof are breefely layd downe immediatly after the epistle.; Bradshaw, William,
Powel Jeremiah : The Dutch Nebuchadnezzar, or, A Strange dream of the States-General : with the interpretation thereof : and a famous prophecy of Mr. Powel, writ in the first year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth of ever blessed memory, fore telling the great warrs betwixt England, France, and Holland, this present year, 1666 : and the displaying of the English ensigns upon the French coast, with a great battel to be fought on the tenth day of June next, wherein the English shall become victorious, and twelve French lords, and many thousands of their men to be killed in this engagement.
Powel Joan : The [t]rue reporte, [an]d tragicall discourse of [Jo]an Powel mayden, late dwelling in the olde Baylie in London..; Powel, Joan.
Powell Colonel : A great fight in VVales between Collonell Horton and Collonell Powel: : and the number of those that are slaine and taken prisoners : with the names of the chief. Also the manner of that, and other fights, between both armies. With the taking of Brecknock. And 10 considerable officers and divers prisoners May 3. 1648. Imprimatur Gil. Mabbot.
Powell Edward 1478 1540 : The metynge of Doctor Barons and doctor Powell at Paradise gate : [and] of theyr communications bothe drawen to Smithfylde fro[m] the towar. The one burned for heresye as the papistes do saye truly and the other quartered for popery and all within one houre.
Powell Richard : William Powell alias Hinson, Esq. plaintiffe, the Warden and Fellows of All-soules Colledge in Oxford defendants : in the Chancellors Court of the University of Oxford, in a pretended cause of dammage [sic].
Powell Susan 1948 : Preaching the word in manuscript and print in late medieval England : essays in honour of Susan Powell / edited by Martha W. Driver and Veronica O'Mara.
Powell Thomas : The devil the greatest sinner in the world, or, A reply to Thomas Powel, who calls himself a minister of the Gospel, yet affirms, Jesus Christ was the greatest sinner in the world / by John Vaughton ...; Vaughton, John,
Powell Thomas Word To The Wise Is Enough : A vindication of Jesus Christ, the immaculate lamb of God : from the foul and blasphemous imputation of one Thomas Powel ... who affirmed, that Jesus Christ was the greatest sinner in the world : with an answer to a paper put forth by him, entituled A word to the wise is enough .../ by John Vaughton ...; Vaughton, John,
Powell Vavasor 1617 1670 Perfect Diurnall : A Welsh narrative, corrected, and taught to speak true English, and some Latine. Or, Animadversions on an imperfect relation in the perfect diurnall, : Numb. 138. Aug.2. 1652. Containing a narration of the disputation between Dr Griffith and Mr Vavasor Powell, neer New-Chappell in Mountgomery-shire, July 23. 1652.; Griffith, George,
Powell Walter 1590 Or 91 Newes For Newters : Answer to the scandalous aspersions of committees, by Mr. Walter Powell, in his booke, called, Newes for newters, &c. and in his epistles preceding his booke.; Sheppard, William,
Powell William : Richard Pearle gent. plaintiff : Sir William Powel alias Hinson Baronet, Dame Mary his wife, & al. defendants.; Pearle, Richard.
Power Amplifiers : RF technologies for low power wireless communications / edited by Tatsuo Itoh, George Haddad, James Harvey.