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,
Primogeniture Sermons : The rights of primogeniture, or, The excellency of royall authority : in a sermon preached before His Majesty in the Isle of Wight, upon the anniversary of his birth-day / by James, L. Bishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland.; Ussher, James,
Primrose Ship : The Primrose of London : with her valiant aduenture on the Spanish coast, beeing of the burthen of 150. tunne. Declaring the maner how 97. Spanyards came aboord the same ship, the course of the skirmish, and how by their valiancie they discomfited them. Wherunto is added the copie of the Kinges commission for the imbarment of all English ships. Truely published by Humphrey Mote.; Mote, Humphrey.
Primulaceae : High propositions of Housestyle plants in populations of primula vulgaris.; Crosby, J. L.