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Salt Mines And Mining Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : And be it further enacted by ye authority aforesaid that no person or persons whatsoever shall be obliged by vertue of any contract made at any time before Dec 1. 1693 to deliver any salt or rock salt ....  1693? 1
Salt Of The Earth Motion Picture : The suppression of Salt of the earth : how Hollywood, big labor, and politicians blacklisted a movie in Cold War America.; Lorence, James J.  c1999 1
Salt Petre Case : Reasons humbly offered to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons, for the passing a bill now depending for the importation of salt-petre : occasioned by a printed paper, called The salt-petre case.  1693 1
Salt Physiological Effect Early Works To 1800   2
Salt Religious Aspects : Traicté du feu et du sel. English; Vigenère, Blaise de,  1649 1
Salt Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : A theological and philosophical treatise of the nature and goodnesse of salt : out of the Holy Scriptures, learned writers, and approued practise: wherein the old vulgar conceit that salt makes earth barren, is examined; and the much more ancient truth, that salt is the great fructifier of the earth, is established.  1612 1
Salt South East Asia : Le sel de la vie en Asie du Sud-est / Pierre Le Roux & Jacques Ivanoff (eds).  1993 1
Salt Supply And Demand : Declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning coales and salt; England and Wales.  1643 1
Salt Supply And Demand Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: : concerning coales and salt. Wherein is ample satisfaction given to all murmurers and malignants, why the honourable City of London hath not a supply as formerly. Also, two ordinances of great consequence, 1. That whosoever shall assist His Majesty in this warre, with horse, armes, plate, or money, are traytors to His Majesty, the Parliament, and kingdome. 2. That the houses of delinquents shall not bee plundered, pulled downe, or destroyed, but reserved for the benefit and advantage of the Common-wealth. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these declarations and instructions be forthwith printed and published. John Brown Cler. Parl. Hen. Elsinge Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.  1643 1
Salt Taxation Early Works To 1800 : Reasons humbly offered why there should be a prohibition of the importation of French salt, : and allowance of Spanish and Portugal, paying the duty now on it.  1695? 1
Salt Taxation England   4
Salt Taxation England Early Works To 1800   12
Salt Taxation England Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : Die Martis, 12 Junii, 1649. An Act for paying one peny upon every gallon for excize on all forraign salt.; England and Wales.  1649 1
Salt Taxation Great Britain Early Works To 1800   4
Salt Taxation Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : The case of the salt-refiners in Suffolk, Essex, and Norfolk.  1695 1
Salt Taxation Law And Legislation Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Act concerning the pre-emption and excise of salt. : At Edinburgh, the 25. of November, 1673.; Scotland.  1673 1
Salt Therapeutic Use   4
Salt Therapeutic Use Early Works To 1800 : Alexicacvs spirit of salt of the vvorld, which vulgarly prepair'd is call'd the spirit of salt., or, The transcendent virtue of the true spirit of salt : long look'd for, and now philosophically prepared and purified from all hurtfull or coroding qualities, far beyond any thing yet known to the world : being both safe and pleasant for the use of all men, women, and children / by Constantine Rhodocanaces.; Rhodokanakēs, Kōnstantinos,  1667 1
Salt William 1808 1863 : William Salt and his library.; Knight, Randle W.  2002 1
Salt Workers Great Britain : Miners, quarrymen and saltworkers / edited by Raphael Samuel.  1977 1
Saltash England History Military Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a late victorie obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton against my Lord of Stamfords forces in Cornwall. : Which (through the mercifulnesse of the Generall Sir Ralph Hopton) was gotten with little blood-shed. The like victory cannot be paralleld in the memory of man. Being the copy of a letter written from Saltash by a Very impartiall hand, dated the 24. of this present Ian. 1642. which many other letters that came by the same post (no doubt) will confirm.; Very impartiall hand.  1643 1
Saltburn By The Sea England Maps   4
Saltby England Maps : Leicestershire - Lincolnshire [cartographic material] : sheet SK 82 NE.; Great Britain.  1958 1
Salted Fish   2
Salted Fish Economic Aspects Newfoundland And Labrador   3
Salted Fish Economic Aspects Spain : Newfoundland-Spanish saltfish trade, 1814-1914.; Ryan, Shannon,  1983 1
Salter Joseph 1816 1901 : The diary of a Maritimer, 1816-1901 : the life and times of Joseph Salter / edited by Nancy Redmayne Ross.; Salter, Joseph,  1996 1
Salterforth England Maps : [Earby [cartographic material] : Yorkshire 184].; Great Britain.  1853 1
Salters Lode England Maps : Norfolk [cartographic material] : sheet TF 50 SE.; Great Britain.  1958 1
Salters W : The New-Covenant of the gospel distingnished [sic] from the Old Covenant of the law : and the rest or sabbath of believers, from the rest or sabbath of the Jews, which differ as much from each other, as the sign and shadow doth from the thing signified and shadowed out : in answer to some queries of W. Salters, tending to enforce upon Christians the observation of the Jewish sabbath ... whereto are added Some considerations propounded to the Jews, tending towards their conversion to that which is the life and spirit of the law / by Isaac Penington ...; Penington, Isaac,  1660 1
Saltfleet England Maps   3
Saltfleetby All Saints England Maps   2
Saltfleetby St Clement England Maps   2
Saltfleetby St Peter England Maps : [Lincolnshire] [cartographic material] : sheet TF 48 NW.; Great Britain.  1956 1
Saltford England Maps : Gloucestershire - Somerset [cartographic material] : sheet ST 66 NE.; Great Britain.  1968 1
Salthaugh Grange England Maps : [Salthaugh Grange [cartographic material] : Yorkshire 255].; Great Britain.  1855 1
Salthouse Norfolk England Maps : Norfolk [cartographic material] : sheet TG 04 SE & part of TG 04 NE.; Great Britain.  1959 1
Salthouse Thomas 1630 1691   2
Salthouse Thomas 1630 1691 Epistle To The Churches Of The Anabaptis   3
Salting Of Food   2
Saltmarsh John 1647   6
Saltmarsh John 1647 Divine Right Of Presbyterie : A plea for congregationall government: or, A defence of the Assemblies petition, against Mr. John Saltmarsh. : Wherein is plainly discovered, that in his reasons against the divine right of Presbytery, under pretence of opposing the Assemblies petition, he doth as much oppose the congregationall way, and goes about utterly to overthrow all church-government, ministery, baptisme, and all church-ordinances whatsoever; and wholly to subvert the authority of the civill magistrate in all matters of religion. And, the Assemblies petition vindicated from his exceptions, by principles common both to the Presbyterian and the congregationall way; there being nothing in that petition but what is agreeable to the principles of both wayes. Published according to order.; Baxter, Richard,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 End Of One Controversie : An after-reckoning with Mr Saltmarsh: or, An appeal to the impartiall and consciencious reader, and lover of truth and sincerity, against his last paper, called An end of one controversy, or an answer or letter to M. Leys large last book. / Written by L.M. a student in divinity.; Ley, John,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 Examinations : Truth maintained, or Positions delivered in a sermon at the Savoy: : since traduced for dangerous: now asserted for sound and safe. By Thomas Fuller, B.D. late of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge. The particulars are these. I That the doctrine of the impossibility of a churches perfection, in this world, being wel understood, begets not lazinesse but the more industry in wise reformers. II That the Church of England cannot justly be taxed with superstitious innovations. III How farre private Christians, ministers, and subordinate magistrates, are to concurre to the advancing of a publique reformation. IIII What parts therein are only to be acted by the Supreme power. V Of the progresse, and praise of passive obedience. VI That no extraordinary excitations, incitations, or inspirations are bestowed from God, on men in these dayes. VII That it is utterly unlawfull to give any just offence to the papist, or to any men whatsoever. VIII What advantage the Fathers had of us, in learning and religion, and what we have of them. IX That no new light, or new essentiall truths, are, or can be revealed in this age. X That the doctrine of the Churches imperfection, may safely be preached, and cannot honestly be concealed. With severall letters, to cleare the occasion of this book.; Fuller, Thomas,  1643 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 Free Grace : A mistake, or misconstruction, removed. : (Whereby little difference is pretended to have been acknowledged between the Antinomians and us.) And, Free grace, as it is held forth in Gods Word, as wel by the prophets in the Old Testament, as by the apostles and Christ himself in the New, shewed to be other then is by the Antinomian party in these times maintained. In way of answer to some passages in a treatise of Mr. John Saltmarsh, concerning that subject. / By Thomas Gataker, B. of Divinity and pastor of Rotherhith.; Gataker, Thomas,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 New Quere At This Time Seasonably To Be Considered : The nevv quere, and determination upon it, by Mr. Saltmarsh lately published, to retard the establishment of the Presbyteriall government, examined, : and shewed to be unseasonable, unsound, and opposite to the principles of true religion, and state. Whereunto is annexed a censure of what he hath produced to the same purpose, in his other, and later booke, which he calleth The opening of Master Prinnes Vindication. And an apologeticall narrative of the late petition of the Common Councell and ministers of London to the Honourable Houses of Parliament, with a justification of them from the calumny of the weekly pamphleters. / By John Ley, one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster.; Ley, John,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 Opening Of Master Prynnes New Book Called A Vindica : The nevv quere, and determination upon it, by Mr. Saltmarsh lately published, to retard the establishment of the Presbyteriall government, examined, : and shewed to be unseasonable, unsound, and opposite to the principles of true religion, and state. Whereunto is annexed a censure of what he hath produced to the same purpose, in his other, and later booke, which he calleth The opening of Master Prinnes Vindication. And an apologeticall narrative of the late petition of the Common Councell and ministers of London to the Honourable Houses of Parliament, with a justification of them from the calumny of the weekly pamphleters. / By John Ley, one of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster.; Ley, John,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 Reasons For Unitie Peace And Love : Shadowes without substance, or, Pretended new lights: : together, with the impieties and blasphemies that lurk under them, further discovered and drawn forth into the light: in way of rejoynder unto Mr Iohn Saltmarsh his reply: entituled Shadowes flying away. Wherein nothing lesse is shewed to have been performed, then what the title page importeth; or the preface promiseth. As also, divers points of faith and passages of Scripture are vindicated and explained. / By Thomas Gataker, B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith. Published by authority.; Gataker, Thomas,  1646 1
Saltmarsh John 1647 Smoke In The Temple   2
Saltmarsh Nicholas : The information and examination of a smith and his journeyman, committed to Newgate by Sir William Turner knight, for conspiring the death of the King  1680? 1
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