Saint Davids Day Humour Early Works To 1800 : The Welchmens iubilee: to the honour of St. David. : Shewing, the manner of that solemn celebration, which the Welshmen annually hold in honour of St. David. Describing, likewise the true and rea[ll] cause, why they wear that day a leek on their hats. With an excellent merry sonnet annexed unto it. Composed by T. Morgan, Gent.; Morgan, T.,
Saint Esprit Ship : A True and most exact relation of the taking of the goodly ship called the Saint Esprit, belonging vnto the French king : which was built in Holland, and furnished with 54 peeces of great ordnance, was surprised on the 28 day of September, by Sir Sackeuill Treuer, Knight, and since brought by him vnto Harwich in Essex ; likewise the proceedings of the Duke of Buckingham his Grace, in the Isle of Ree ... with many other particulars / published by authority.
Saint Evremond 1613 1703 Posthumous Works Containing Variety Of Ele : London, Jan. 18th. 1704/5. : Whereas in the Postman of (December 26.) it is suggested the Posthumous works of Mr. de St. Evremont, lately English'd. are ... spurious and defective ... this is to inform the learned, that it is a false and malicious insinuation ... It is printed for Jeffery Wale, at the Angel in St. Paul's Church-yard..
Saint Georges Day : The Order of the ceremonies used at the celebration of St. Georges Feast at Windsor, when the sovereign of the most noble Order of the Garter is present
Saint Georges Day England : An Hymn to be sung in the procession at St. Georges-feast instead of the the letany / composed by an order of the sovereign, and the companions of the most noble and honourable Order of the Garter, in a chapter held at Windsor, April the xvii, 1661.
Saint Germain : Le vrai visage du comte de Saint-Germain.; Heim, Maurice.
Saint Germain En Laye France : A view of the court of St. Germain from the year 1690, to 95 : with an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there : directed to the malecontents Protestants of England.; Macky, John,
Saint Germain En Laye France Early Works To 1800 : A view of the court of St. Germain, from the year 1690, to 95, : with an account of the entertainment Protestants meet with there. Directed to the male-contents Protestants of England.; Macky, John,
Saint Jean Dangely France History Early Works To 1800 : A [b]riefe decla[r]ation of all things [th]at haue past and beene done before the [to]wne of Saint Iohn Dangely from the 27. of May, till this present time, by the Duke de Guise, and others against the sayd towne; : shewing their encounters, batterie, entrance into the subburbs, and seruing of barricadoes: with the names and qualities of the lords that were there..
Saint Kilda Scotland History : A late voyage to St. Kilda, the remotest of all the Hebrides, or the Western isles of Scotland : with a history of the island, natural moral, and topographical : wherein is an account of their customes religion, fish, fowl, &c. : as also a relation of a late impostor there, pretended to be sent by St. John Baptist / by M. Martin, gent.; Martin, Martin,
Saint Kitts History Hurricane 1638 Early Works To 1800 : Newes and strange newes from St. Christophers of a tempestuous spirit, which is called by the Indians a hurry-cano or whirlewind : Which hapneth in many of those ilands of America or the West-Indies, as it did in August last, about the 5. day. 1638. Blowing downe houses, tearing up trees by the rootes, and it did puffe men up from the earth, as they had beene feathers, killing divers men. Whereunto is added the true and last relation of the dreadfull accident which hapned at Withicombe in Devonshire the 21. of October last past.; Taylor, John,
Saint Lucia Description And Travel Early Works To 1800 : An houre glasse of Indian newes. Or A true and tragicall discourse, shewing the most lamentable miseries, and distressed calamities indured by 67 Englishmen, which were sent for a supply to the planting in Guiana in the yeare. 1605 : VVho not finding the saide place, were for want of victuall, left a shore in Saint Lucia, an island of caniballs, or men-eaters in the West-Indyes, vnder the conduct of Captain Sen-Iohns, of all which said number, onely a 11. are supposed to be still liuing, whereof 4. are lately returnd into England. Written by Iohn Nicholl, one of the aforesaid company.; Nicholl, John,