Rainolds William 1544 1594 Calvino Turcismus : De Turco-papismo: hoc est, De Turcarum et papistarum aduersus Christi ecclesiam & fidem coniuratione, eorumque in religione & moribus consensione & similitudine; liber vnus : Eidem præterea adiuncti sunt, de Turco-papistarum maledictis & calumniis, aduersus Gulielmi Giffordi famosi pontificum Rom. & Iebusitarum supparasitastri volumen illud contumeliosissimum, quod ille Caluino-Turcismum inscripsit. Libri quatuor. In quibus non tantùm huius hominis leuissimi, sed etiam aliorum importunissimorum scurrarum aduersus orthodoxam Christi ecclesiam continenter latrantium, malitia & petulantia reprimitur, hominumque piorum fama ab eorum calumniis vindicatur.; Sutcliffe, Matthew,
Rainolds William 1544 1594 Treatise Conteyning The True Catholike A : A diduction of the true and catholik meaning of our Sauiour his words : this is my bodie, in the institution of his laste Supper through the ages of the Church from Christ to our owne daies. Whereunto is annexed a reply to M. William Reynolds in defence of M. Robert Bruce his arguments in this subiect: and displaying of M. Iohn Hammiltons ignorance and contradictions: with sundry absurdities following vpon the Romane interpretation of these words. Compiled by Alexander Hume Maister of the high schoole of Edinburgh.; Hume, Alexander,
Rainouart Romances : Le moniage Rainouart : publié d'apres les manuscrits de l'Arsenal et de Boulogne / par Gérald A. Bertin.
Rainow England Maps : [Cheshire - Derbyshire] [cartographic material] : sheet SJ 97 NE.; Great Britain.
Rainsford Richard Sir 1605 1680 : Another out-cry of the innocent & oppressed : being a true account of the unjust and illegal proceedings of Richard Rainsford and Roger Norwich and others against Thomas Allen, Francis Child, Richard Coe, and William Line, being such as are called Quakers, at the general Quarter Sessions holden at the castle in Northampton on the 12. and 13 days of the 10th moneth, 1665, where Rich. Rainsford sat in judgment and when Richard Rainsford saw that the plague was somewhat ceased, as Pharaoh did Exodus 9, 34, he hardened his heart, and those called justices joyned with him so their hearts were hardened that they attempted the second time unjustly to pass sentence to transport the servants of the Lord to the island of Barbados.
Rainstorms Wales Early Works To 1800 : A most rare & true report, of such great tempests, straunge sightes, and wonderfull accidents, which happened by the prouidence of God, in Hereford shire, at a place called the Hay, and there abouts, : besides the sightes of strannge [sic] fowles, which there were seene, most fearefull to beholde, with their horrible cryes & strangeness, with the great hurt was done by them..
Rainton Nicholas Sir 1569 1646 : Londini artium & scientiarum scaturigo. Or, Londons fountaine of arts and sciences : Exprest in sundry triumphs, pageants, and showes, at the initiation of the Right Honorable Nicholas Raynton into the Maiorty of the famous and farre renowned city London. All the charge and expence of the laborious proiects both by water and land, being the sole vndertaking of the Right Worshipfull Company of the Haberdashers. Written by Thomas Hayvvood.; Heywood, Thomas,
Ram Robert 1657 Souldiers Catechisme Composed For The Parliaments Army : The soldiers catechisme, composed for the King's Armie; : wherein his 1 cause is justified, and his enemies condemned. 2 Soldier is instructed, and the rebell reclaimed. Written for the incouragement and direction of all that have taken up armes in this cause of God, his Church, and his annointed; especially the common soldiers. By T.S.; Swadlin, Thomas,
Rama Varma Rajah Of Cochin Approximately 1553 1601 : O rei que foi em peregrinacao a Varanasi : cartas de Rama Varma, raja de Cochim, nas miscelaneas manuscritas de Nossa Senhora da Graca de Lisboa / introducao, leitura e notas: Jose Alberto Rodrigues da Silva Tavim.