Presence In Literature : The presence of medieval English literature : studies at the interface of history, author, and text in a selection of Middle English literary landmarks / Alan J. Fletcher.; Fletcher, Alan J.
Presence Of God Early Works To 1800 : A wonderful instance of God's appearance for, and presence with his people in a day of suffering, or, A narrative of the most holy life, and triumphant death of Mr. Fulcran Rey : who was put to death in France, for being a publick preacher / in a letter from a friend, to a Protestant refugie ; with allowance, June 2, 1688.; Friend.
Presence Of God Sermons : The way to prosperity : a sermon / preached to the honourable convention of the governour, council, and representatives of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England on May 23, 1690 by Cotton Mather.; Mather, Cotton,
Presence Philosophy : Dark matter : invisibility in drama, theater, and performance / Andrew Sofer.; Sofer, Andrew,
Present State Of Europe Or The Historical And Political Monthly Mercury : Advertisement to booksellers. August 16. 1704. : Tomorrow morning will be published The present state of Europe; or, The historical and political monthly Mercury, &c. for July 1704. Printed for H. Rhodes in Fleet-street, Eliz. Harris, at the Harrow in Little-Britain; and sold by J. Nutt, near Stationers-Hall..
Present State Of Europe Or The Historical And Political Monthly Mercury And : Advertisement to booksellers. February 5th. 1701. : Tomorrow morning will be published The present state of Europe; or, The historical and political monthly Mercury, &c. for January 1701. Printed for H. Rhodes in Fleetstreet, Eliz. Harris, at the Harrow in Little-Britain; and sold by J. Nutt, near Stationers-Hall.
Preservation Of Organs Tissues Etc Early Works To 1800 : 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.
President Ship : A full account of the late ship-wreck of the ship called The President which was cast away in Montz-Bay in Cornwal on the 4th of February last : as it was delivered to His Majesty (both in writing and discourse) / by William Smith and John Harshfield, the only persons that escaped in the said wreck ; together with all the remarkable adventures in the said voyage from their sailing out of the Sound of Plimouth, on May Day, 1682, particularly their engagement with six pirate-ships at once on the coast of Malabar ; the whole relation being taken in private conference with the said William Smith.; Smith, William.