Pulpit Guard Routed : A balm to heal religions wounds : applied in a serious advice to sober-minded Christians that love the truth, and are well-wishers to reformation : in answer to The pulpit guard routed, lately set forth by one Thomas Collier ... / by Richard Saunders ...; Saunders, Richard,
Pulpit To Be Let : Procul este prophani : the pulpit vindicated from, and against a sacrilegious pamphlet, entituled, The pulpit to be let. For the scripture faith concerning Levi, Let thy thummin and thy vrim be with thy holy one, whom thou didst prove at Massah, and with whom thou didst strive at the waters of Meriba: who said unto his father, and to his mother, I have not seen him, neither did he acknowledge his brethren, nor knew his own children: for they have observed thy word, and kept thy covenant. The prophecy and blessing of Moses unto that tribe, Deut. 33 v. 8, 9.
Pulteney William Earl Of Bath : The craftsman's vindication of his two honourable patrons, viz. the Rt. Hon. William Pulteney, Esq., and the late Lord Bolingbroke.i.e. W. Pulteney, Earl of Bath, and H. St.John, viscount Bolingbroke.; Amhurst, N.
Pulteney William Sir 1691 : A faithful account of the manner of the election of Sir William Poultney, and Sir William Waller, Knights : to serve as members of the ensuing Parliament at Oxford, for the city of Westminster, and the liberties thereof, upon Thursday the 10th of February, 1680/1 : in answer to a letter from a person of quality in London.; L. S.
Pumping Machinery England Patents Early Works To 1800 : By the King : the effect pf certaine letters patents granted to Ioseph Vsher, of London, clothworker, Warner Rich, and Godfrey de Vette, free denizens, for the making and erecting of certaine engines.; England and Wales.
Pumping Machines Early Works To 1800 : The art of water-drawing, or A compendious abstract of all sorts of water-machins, or gins, practised in the world: : with their natural grounds and reasons. As also new wayes and machins never before published. Where is also disapproved 1. The perpetual motion. 2. The water-poise. 3. The syphon, or philosophers engin. 4. The horizontal sails. With divers other experiments. Published for supplying our most necessary wants of firing, for raising of water for cities and towns, and for watering and draining of grounds.; D'acres, R.
Punan Bornean People : "Salui" : en stammebåd fra Borneo : a dugout from Borneo : særudstilling 1986, Vikingeskibshallen i Roskilde / [tekst og foto: Ida Nicolaisen ; oversat til engelsk af Eva Toftemark].; Nicolaisen, Ida.
Punic Wars Early Works To 1800 : A view of valyaunce : Describing the famous feates, and martiall exploites of two most mightie nations, the Romains and the Carthaginians, for the conquest and possession of Spayne. Translated out of an auncient recorde of antiquitie, written by Rutilius Rufus, a Romaine Gentleman, and a Capitaine of charge vnder Scipio, in the same warres. Very delightfull to reade, and neuer before this time publyshed.; Newton, Thomas,