Roberts Mary Active 1698 : A full and true account of a most horrid and barbarous design, intended to be executed upon the body of Mr. J. Frampton, a wire-worker, living upon London-Bridge : who by providence hath escaped the wicked conspiracy of Mary Roberts; the effects of which was to have ended in his death, and utter ruine of his whole family. Which is as followeth,
Roberts Michael 1679 : One charge prosecuted sixteen times before sundry judicatures, : within ten years of our late distempers, against Michael Roberts D.D. Oxon. long since senior fellow of Jesus Colledge, and late principal, ejected by O. Cromwell for loyalty.; Roberts, Michael,
Roberts Will : Two artists of West Wales.; Arts Council of Great Britain.
Roberts William Sir 1605 1662 : The Address of the freeholders of the county of Middlesex : made and delivered in writing the third day of this instant March, 1680, at Hamstead-Heath unto Sir William Roberts Knight and Baronet, and William Ranton Esq., after they were declared to be elected knights ...
Robertson Thomas 1686 : To the memorie of the much honoured, and much lamented Thomas Robertson bailie and builder of Edinburgh; : who departed this life; September 22. 1686. A funeral elegie. / N: Paterson.; Paterson, Ninian,
Robin Hood Legendary Character Songs And Music Texts : Robin Hood and Allin of Dale. Or, A pleasant relation how a young gentleman being in love with a young damsel, which was taken from him to be an old knights bride, : and how Robin Hood pittying the young mans case, took her from the old knight, when they were going to be marryed, and restored her to her own love again. Bold Robin Hood he did the young man right, and took the damsel from the doting knight. To a pleasant northern tune, or, Robin Hood in the Green-Wood stood,.
Robins England Early Works To 1800 : The Westminster wonder: : giving an account of a robin-red-breast, who, ever since the queens funeral continues on the top pinacle of the queens mausoleum or pyramid, in the Abby of Westminster, where he is seen and heard to sing, and will not depart the place, to the admiration of many beholders. : To the tune of The jealous lover. : Licensed according to order.
Robins Thomas B D Englands Gentle Admonition : Englands vvarning-peece gone forth. : Written upon an occasion of the coming forth of a book of one Thomas Robbins B. of D. And as he calls himself England's watchman, but is discovered to be England's blind guide. By one Richard Farneworth a servant of the Lord. York-shire. June 1653.; R. F.
Robinson Abraham : Abraham Robinson : the creation of nonstandard analysis : a personal and mathematical odyssey.; Dauben, Joseph Warren,
Robinson Beverley Randolph 1876 1951 Exhibitions : American naval prints from the Beverley R. Robinson Collection, U.S. Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland / introduction by Roger B. Stein ; circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation, 1976-1977.; United States Naval Academy Museum (Annapolis, Md.)
Robinson Edmund 1691 : A sermon preach'd at the Castle of York, to the condemned prisoners on Monday the 30th of March, 1691 : Being the day before their execution. With an appendix, which gives some account of them all; but more particularly of Mr. Edmund Robinson clerk, who was condemned and executed for high treason in counterfeiting the King's coyn. By George Halley, M.A. succentor of the vicars choral of the cathedral, and rector of St. Cuthbert's in York.; Halley, George,