Roe Thomas 1581 1644 : A letter from the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Rovve, extraordinary embassadour for his Majestie at vienna[sic]. : To Edmund VValler Esquier one of the members of the House of Commons. Which letter was read in the said House, Iuly 8. 1642.; Roe, Thomas,
Roentgen Gerhard Moritz : Leven en bedrijf van Gerhard Moritz Roentgen, grondvester van de Nederlandsche Stoomboot-Maatschappij thans Maatschapppij voor Scheeps- en Werktuigbouw "Fijenoord" 1823-1923 : gedenkschrift door de Maatschappij ... aangeboden bij haar 100 - jarig bestaan op 10 November 1923.; Boer, Michiel George de.
Roethe Gustav 1859 1926 : Gustav Roethe, Ansprache bei der Trauerfeier des Ostbundes am 10. Oktober 1926, in der Neuen Aula der Universität Berlin.; Petersen, Julius
Roger William 1636 : The young-mans warning-peece, or, A sermon preached at the buriall of William Rogers, apothecary : with an history of his sinfull life and woefull death, together with A post-script of the use of examples : dedicated to the young-men of the parish, especially his companions / by Robert Abbot ...; Abbot, Robert,
Rogers Ginger : The Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers book.; Croce, Arlene.
Rogers Griswell : To the right reuerend and right honorable the Lords spirituall and temporall assembled in vpper House of this most high and honorable session of Parliament : an abstract of the grieuances and oppressions done by Sir Arthur Ingram, Knight, and his agents, to Griswell Rogers, widow, and her poore orphan.; Rogers, Griswell.
Rogers Henry Huddelston 1879 1935 : Catalogue of the Henry Huddleston Rogers collection of ship models, United States Naval Academy Museum.; United States Naval Academy Museum (Annapolis, Md.)
Rogers John 1572 1636 : A mournefull epitaph upon the death of that reverend vvorthy pastor Mr. Iohn Rogers, : late preacher of Gods vvord at Dedham in Essex, vvho departed this life the 18 of October in the yeere 1636.; I. L.
Rogers John 1627 1665 Diapoliteia : A brief necessary vindication of the old and new secluded Members, from the false malicious calumnies; : and of the fundamental rights, liberties, privileges, government, interest of the freemen, parliaments, people of England, from the late avowed subversions 1. Of John Rogers, in his un-christian concertation with Mr. Prynne, and others. 2. Of M: Nedham, in his Interest will not lie. Wherein the true good old cause is asserted, the false routed; ... / By William Prynne of Swainswick Esq; a bencher of Lincolns-Inne.; Prynne, William,
Rogers John 1627 1665 Ohel : Bethshemesh clouded, or some animadversions on the rabbinical Talmud of Rabbi John Rogers of Thomas-Apostles London; called his Tabernacle for the sunne, Irenicum evangelicum, or Idea of church-discipline. In which you have his spirit anatomized, principles examined, and reasons in some measure refuted, by Zach. Crofton minister of the Word.; Crofton, Zachary,
Rogers Malcolm Collonel : The speech of Collonel Malcomb Rogers (agent for the King of Scots) at the same place of execution at Edenborough in Scotland, where the Earl of Montross lost his life, for his raising of forces against the English, in the name and defence of his masters prerogatives. : With the manner of his tryal before the officers of the army; the articles and charge, read, and exhibited against him by the judge advocate, the fatal sentence pronounced at the bar of justice; and a narrative of the transactions of the whole business.; Rogers, Malcolm,
Rogers Richard 1664 : Digitus dei, or, An horrid murther strangely detected : declaring the suspicion, apprehending, arraignment, tryal, confession, and execution of Richard Rogers ... for murthering of one Ruth Anton ... / published for satisfaction to some, and admonition of others, by Abraham Jennings, physician, and fore-man of the inquest, upon view of the body, before the coroner.; A. J.
Rogers Robert 1601 : A liuing remembrance of Master Robert Rogers, marchant aduenturer & leatherseller of London deceased, who declared the fruites of his faith, by his most christian & charitable workes : And left this life at his house in Bassings-hall the 22. of September. And was buried in Christ-church on Thursday the 1. of October. 1601.
Rogers Thomas 1616 Faith Doctrine And Religion Professed : Bels trial examined that is a refutation of his late treatise, intituled. The triall of the nevve religion : By B.C. student in diuinitie. VVherein his many & grosse vntruthes, with diuers contradictions are discouered: together with an examination of the principal partes of that vaine pamphlet: and the antiquitie & veritie of sundry Catholike articles, which he calleth rotten ragges of the newe religion, are defended against the newe ragmaster of rascal. In the preface likewise, a short viewe of one Thomas Rogers vntruthes is sett downe, taken out of his booke called. The faith doctrine and religion, professed and protected in the realme of England, &c. with a short memorandum for T.V. otherwise called Th. Vdal.; Woodward, Philip,