Shower Bartholomew Sir 1658 1701 Letter To A Convocation Man : An essay concerning the power of the magistrate, and the rights of mankind in matters of religion : with some reasons in particular for the dissenters not being obliged to take the Sacramental Test but in their own churches, and for a general naturalization : together with a postscript in answer to the Letter to a convocation-man.; Tindal, Matthew,
Shower Bartholomew Sir 1658 1701 Third And Last Part Of The Magistr : Authority abused by the vindication of the last years transactions, and the abuses detected : with inlargements upon some particulars more briefly touched in the Reflectons upon the occurrences of the last year : together with some notes upon another vindication, entituled, The third and last part of the magistry ans government of England vindicated / by the author of the Reflections.; Stephens, Edward,
Shower Eliz Elizabeth 1691 : A funeral sermon, on the decease of Mrs. Eliz. Shower : who died the 24th of August, 1691 / by John Spademan ...; Spademan, John,
Shrewsbury England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A more exact and particular relation of the taking of Shrevvsbury, then hath hitherto been published. : With the manner and performance thereof by Lieutenant Collonel William Reinking commander in chief in that designe. Published by authority.
Shrewsbury England History Military : Joyfull and welcome nevves from Shrevvesbury : declaring the proceedings of both armies neer Shrewsbury with an exact relation of a battell fought before the Wals of the said town, October 3, 1642 : also a true relation of a battell fought in Wiltshire by the Earle of Pembroke with 500 men against the Lord Coventry with 1000 horse and foot, Octob. 4 : wherein 40 cavaliers were slaine 20 taken prisoners and all the rest put to flight with the losse of 10 men brought by the last past Octob. 6 : likewise Prince Roberts propositions to His Majesty concerning the knighting of certain officers under his command.
Shrewsbury England History Military Early Works To 1800 : True, but sad and dolefull newes from Shrevvesbury. : Expressed in two severall letters: whereof, the one was written to a gentleman of the Inner-Temple: the other, to a friend in London, relating at large the severall passages of the late skirmish at or near Worcester, between a party of each army, viz. Under the command of Prince Robert on the one side, and of Colonell Sands on the other. Confirmed by a letter sent from Prince Robert to His Majestie. Septemb. 24. With divers other circumstances of severall passages at that time. With Cornets mottoes. Octob. 10. 1642.; B. H.
Shrewsbury England History Siege 1642 Early Works To 1800 : The Earle of Essex his loyaltie and love to his King and countrey. : VVith his five propositions propounded to his armie, at his late siege at Shrewsbury. Wherein is apparently manifested his faith and love to God and his countrey.; Essex, Robert Devereux,
Shrewsbury England Politics And Government Early Works To 1800 : Case of the sitting members : touching the right of election and return of members for the town and libertys of Shrewsbury. Corbet Kynaston and Rich. Lyster Esqs; sitting members. Sir Rich. Corbet bart. Orlando Bridgman Esq; petitioners.; Corbet, Richard,
Shrewsbury England Siege Of 1642 : The Earle of Essex his loyaltie and love to his King and covntrey : with his five propositions propounded to his armie at his late siege at Shrewsbury : wherein is apparantly manifested his faith and love to God and his countrey.; Essex, Robert Devereux,
Shrewsbury England Songs And Music Early Works To 1800 : Shrowsbury for me: : being a song in praise of that famous town, vvhich hath throughout all England gain'd renown. In praise thereof, let every one agree, and say with one accord, Shrowsbury for me. To a delightful new tune: or Shrowsbury for me.
Shrewsbury Mary Talbot Countess Of 1636 : A compendious narration of the most examplar life of the right honourable and most virtuous Lady Mary, late Countess of Shrewsbury : Faithfully collected out of the writings of a most learned and worthy person who attended her many years: by a gentleman, who by reason of his long acquaintance and much conversation with her can testifie the truth of all that is here related.; Gentleman.
Shrewsbury Shropshire History Military Early Works To 1800 : Joyfull and welcome newes from Shrevvesbury: : declaring the proceedings of both armies neer Shrewsbury, with an exact relation of a battell fought before the wals of the said town, October 3. 1642. Also a true relation of a battell fought in Wiltshire, by the Earle of Pembroke, with 500. men, against the Lord Coventry, with 1000. horse and foot, Octob. 4. Wherein 40. cavaliers were slaine, 20. taken prisoners, and all the rest put to flight, with the losse of 10. men. Brought by the last post, Octob. 6. Likewise Prince Roberts propositions to His Majesty concerning the knighting of certain officers under his command.
Shrewwsbury England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Encomium Salopiæ, or the description of the pleasant situation, commendable gouernement, and rarities, of the ancient and famous towne of Shrowesbury. By Edward Thornes of McIverley gent; Thornes, Edward.
Shrimps Philippines Classification : The Caridean shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda) of the Albatross Philippine expedition, 1907-1910, part 7: families Atyidae, Eugonatonotidae, Rhynchocinetidae, Bathypalaemonellidae, Processidae, and Hippolytidae.; Chace, Fenner A.
Shrimpton John Active 1702 1705 : Henry Conway, Esq; an infant by Sir John Conway, Baronet his father and next friend, and Bridget Lytton widow, and Charlotta Mostyn, spinster, both infants by Richard Mostyn, Esq; their father and next friend, appellants. Philadelphia Shrimpton the executrix, and Philip Shrimpton the son and heir of John Shrimpton, Esq; deceased, respondents. : The appellants case.; Conway, Henry.
Shrines England York England : The shrines of St. William of York / an account written by Christopher Wilson to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the canonisation of Saint William.; Wilson, Christopher,
Shrines Palestine : Holy places : Jewish, Christian, and Muslim monuments in the Holy Land / Christopher Hollis and Ronald Brownrigg.; Hollis, Christopher,