Sheriffs England London History Sources : An Account of the new sheriffs, holding their office : made publick, upon reason of conscience, respecting themselves and others, in regard to the act for corporations.
Sheriffs England London Law And Legislation : An act of Common Council for regulating the election of sheriffs and for repealing the treasonable and disloyal acts and proceedings of that court in the time of the late rebellion; City of London (England).
Sheriffs England London Poetry : To the Right Worshipful John Hubland, sheriff of London for the ensuing year : a congratulatory poem / humbly presented by the prisoners of the poultry-compter.
Sheriffs England London Public Opinion : To the Right Honourable Sir John Moore Kt. Lord Mayor of the city of London, and the Right Worshipfull the Aldermen his brethren : the humble petition and address of the citizens of London, whose names are subscribed, for, and on behalf of themselves, and all other loyal citizens of London.
Sheriffs England Middlesex Early Works To 1800 : A brief collection out of the records of the City, touching elections of the sheriffs of London and the county of Middlesex. / By order of the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen.; City of London (England).
Sheriffs Scotland Aberdeen : Advertisement from a noble and potent Earle, Iohn Earle of Errol, Lord Hay and Slaines, high constable of Scotland, sheriff-principall of the sheriffdom of Aberdeen : Mr. William More of Hilton, advocate, sheriff depute of the said shyre, and Andrew Skene younger, of Pitmuckston, heritable mair of fee of the said sheriffdom : to the several mair-deputs within the samen.; Erroll, John Hay,
Sheriffs Scotland Attitudes : The reality of probation : a formal ethnography of process and practice / Jason Ditton, Roslyn Ford.; Ditton, Jason.
Sheriffs Wales Early Works To 1800 : A true catalogue of all the sheriffes for the counties in England and VVales for the yeare 1643 : as they were prickt [sic] by His Maiesty at Oate-lands, this present November, 1642.
Sherley Thomas 1638 1678 : Notes taken in short-hand of a speech in the House of Lords on the debates of appointing a day for hearing Dr. Shirley's cause, Octob. 20, 1675; Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper,
Sherlock R Richard 1612 1689 : Job's assurance of the resurrection : a sermon at Winwick in the county palatine of Lancaster, June 25, 1689 at the funeral of the Reverend Richard Sherlock D.D., late rector there / by Tho. Crane.; Crane, Tho.
Sherlock William 1641 1707 A Preservative Against Popery : A second letter to Mr. William Needham, : in answer to The defence of the preservative against popery : written by Dr. Sherlock's second, a Protestant footman. : Wherein Dr. Sherlock's principles are examined, and proved void of common sense, destructive of faith, injurious to fathers, councils, and moral honesty. : With allowance.; Sabran, Lewis,
Sherlock William 1641 1707 Answer To The Amicable Accommodation Of : A reply to the Answer of the Amicable accommodation : being a fourth vindication of the Papist misrepresented and represented : in which are more particularly laid open some of the principal methods by which the papists are misrepresented by Protestants in their books and sermons.; Gother, John,