Rivers England Lincolnshire : Instructions for jury-men on the Commission of Sewers : shewing, 1. what they are to surveigh and view, 2. what to enquire and present, 3. how, delivered in a charge to 3 several juries at a session of Sewers holden at Spalding in the county of Lincoln : to which is added two other charges, the one concerning Lovell's works the other touching the river of Glean in the said county.; England and Wales.
Rivers England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A verry merry vvherry-ferry-voyage: or Yorke for my money : sometimes perilous, sometimes quarrellous, performed with a paire of oares, by sea from London, by Iohn Taylor, and Iob Pennell. And written by I.T.; Taylor, John,
Rivers England Regulation : By the King and Queen, a proclamation for the careful custody and well ordering of the new river brought from Chadwell and Amwell to the north parts of the city of London; England and Wales.
Rivers Thomas Gardner : The gardner at the gallows : for buggerie laid to his charge. Being a true narrative of a strange and admirable passage of Gods providence in the reprieve of Thomas Rivers gardner, living at St. Giles in Southampton buildings; who being indicted for buggering his apprentice Henry Wells, a lad about 15 years of age, was condemned on Friday the 13. of this instant December, at the Old-Bayly sessions, and drawn to Tyburn the Wednesday following, about 10 a clock; where being tied up, the lad and his mother being present, they declare the wrong they had done him; and who thereupon was reprieved. Also the passages between the master and servant when brought back. Written by one who was an eye and ear witness.
Rivers Thomas Savage Earl Approximately 1628 1694 : The case of William now Earl of Derby executor of Charlotte Katherina Savaged deceased, : only daughter of Thomas Lord Colchester deceas'd, in aan [sic] appeal depending before the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament Assembled, from a dismission made in the High Court of Chancery, of a bill exhibited by Thomas Earl Rivers plaintiff, against the Earls of Derby and Strafford, Frances Richardson executrix of John Richardson, and Thomas Munne dfendants. [sic]; Derby, William George Richard Stanley,