Ryder Samuel Wills : Blue water ventures : the log of a master mariner.; Ryder, Samuel Wills.
Ryding Andrew : An account of the trial of Andrew Ryding [electronic resource] : on a charge of attempting to commit murder on S. Horrocks, Esq., M.P., in Preston, Sunday, 27th July, 1823 : before Mr. Justice Bayley, at Lancaster, on Monday, August 18th, 1823.; Ryding, Andrew.
Rye England Charters Grants Privileges Early Works To 1800 : Charters of the Cinque Ports, two ancient towns, and their members [electronic resource] / translated into English, with annotations historical and critical thereupon, wherein divers old words are explain'd and some of their ancient customs and privileges observ'd, by Samuel Jeake ...; Cinque Ports (Association)
Rye England History Early Works To 1800 : A brief narrative of the harbor, of the ancient town of Rye : in the county of Sussex, with the present state thereof, and reasons for preservation of the same.
Rye House Plot 1638 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The traytors last farewell: or, Treason miraculously discover'd : Being a full and true account of one Sir Thomas Armstrong, who with other rebels, had conspired the death of our soveraign Lord the King, and subverting the government: and though he fled beyond the seas for refuge, yet there the hand of justice found him out; and was brought back to England, where he received the due sentence of death, which was accordingly executed on the 20th. of this instant June, 1684. To the tune of, Let Oliver now be forgotten.
Rye House Plot 1683 Anecdotes : The Night-walker of Bloomsbury : being the result of several late consultations between a vintner, Judge Tallow-Chandler, a brace of fishmongers, and a printer, &c. : in a dialogue between Ralph and Will.
Rye House Plot 1683 Early Works To 1800 Early Works To 1800 : An account of the sentance [sic] that passed upon William Ld. Russell, Thomas Walcot, John Rouse, and William Hone, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayley, on the 14th of this instant July, 1683, for high-treason, in traiterously conspiring the death of the King, to leavy war, and raise a rebellion, &c. Entred according to order..
Rye House Plot 1683 Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Eucharistia. Or, A grateful acknowledgment unto heaven for the happy discovery of the late horrid plot : with some brief, but yet plain remarques upon that hellish conspiracy: delivered in a discours unto a country auditory, upon September IX. 1683. Being a day of publique and solemn thanksgiving, appointed by authority for the said wonderful and blessed deliveranc [sic]. By a country presbyter, in the Diocess of Chichester.; Country presbyter.
Rye House Plot 1683 Songs And Music : A choice collection of 180 loyal songs : all of them written since the two late plots (viz.) the horrid Salananca plot in 1678, and the fanatical conspiracy in 1683 ... : with a table to find every song : to which is added the musical notes to each song.; Thompson, Nathaniel,
Ryece Robert 1638 : An inquiry into the rights of the poor, of the parish of Lavenham, in Suffolk, with historical notes & observations ... [electronic resource] : to which are added, biographical sketches, of some of the most distinguished natives of Lavenham ... with some account of the late Henry Steward ... Robert Ryece ... Rev. William Gurnall ... / by Hugh McKeon.; McKeon, Hugh.
Ryther England Maps : [Bolton Percy [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, West Riding 205 NE].; Great Britain.
Ryther Samuel : The narrative of Col. Tho. Blood concerning the design reported to be lately laid against the life and honour of His Grace George, Duke of Buckingham : wherein Colonel Blood is charged to have conspired with Maurice Hickey, Philip le Mar, and several others, to suborn the testimony of Samuel Ryther and Philemon Coddan to swear buggery against the said duke : together with a copy of the information exhibited in the Crown-office against the said Colonel Blood, Hickey, Le Mar, and the rest.; Blood, Thomas,
Ryves Thomas Sir 1583 1652 Poore Vicars Plea : A vindication of a book, intituled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people called Quakers, &c. lately presented to the members of both Houses of Parliament [electronic resource] : shewing the fallacy and injustice of the calculations and remarks in a late book call'd An examination, &c., the evasions and disingenuity of the clergy of the diocese of London in their answers and reflections, and the falsehoods and inconsistency of the intelligences by them published : to which are added, remarks on the Poor vicar's plea : with Bishop Burnet's description of the ecclesiastical courts.; Besse, Joseph,