Prime Ministers Ireland History : The history of the ministerial conduct of the chief governors of Ireland (so far as relates to that kingdom) [electronic resource] : from the Glorious Revolution in 1688, to the never-to-be forgotten 17th of December, 1753 : with a general review, of the most remarkable proceedings in Parliament during that period of time : to which is prefix'd, an introductory survey of the English ministry, from the reign of Henry VIIIth to the abdication of James IId ...
Primers Prayer Books England Early Works To 1800 : The primer, and cathechisme, : sette furthe by the kynges highnes and his clergie, to be taught, learned, and redde, of all his louing subiectes al other set apart corrected accordyng to the statute, made in the thirde and iiii. yere, of our souereigne Lordes the kynges maiestie reigne..; Catholic Church.
Primitive Baptists : A concise history of the Kehukee Baptist Association from its original rise down to 1803.; Burkitt, Lemuel.
Primitive Heresie : Primitive Christianity continued in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers : being in answer to a pamphlet entituled, Primitive heresie &c. and which may serve as an appendix to a book entituled, An antidote against the venom of the snake in the grass, by George Whitehead / Joseph Wyeth.; Wyeth, Joseph,
Primitive Methodists England Hull : The fruitful mother and the forgotten son : the story of William Clowes and of the rise of Hull as the centre of the Primitive Methodist movement / Martin K. Batstone.; Batstone, Martin K.
Primitive Methodists England Lincolnshire : Social change and religious experience : aspects of rural society in south Lincolnshire with specific reference to Primitive Methodism, 1815-1875.; Ambler, R. W.
Primitive Methodists Great Britain : The journal of Hugh Bourne, American Mission 1844-1846 : in the library of the Hartley Victoria Theological College, Manchester; Bourne, Hugh,
Primitive Methodists United States : The journal of Hugh Bourne, American Mission 1844-1846 : in the library of the Hartley Victoria Theological College, Manchester; Bourne, Hugh,