Vaud Switzerland History Earthquake 1615 : Gods handy-vvorke in vvonders : Miraculously shewen vpon two women, lately deliuered of two monsters: with a most strange and terrible earth-quake, by which, fields and other grounds, were quite remoued to other places: the prodigious births, being at a place called Perre-farme, within a quarter of a mile of Feuersham in Kent, the 25. of Iuly last, being S. Iames his day. 1615.
Vaudois Valleys Piedmont : The Waldenses or Protestant valleys of Piedmont, Dauphiny and the Ban de la Roche.; Beattie, William, 1795-1875.
Vaughan Charles : The answer of Philip Francis, merchant, late major of the borrough of Plymouth, in the county of Devon : to the false and scandalous aspersion and accusation of Charles Vaughan, Gentleman.; Francis, Philip,
Vaughan Edward Esq : The case of Mr. William Waller, in relation to the complaint of Edward Vaughan, Esq; a member of this Honourable House.; Waller, William,
Vaughan Evan : The answer of Captain Stephen Rich : commander of the state packet barques and post-master of Dublin to a scandalous information of Evan Vaughan, late post-master of the same city.; Rich, Stephen.
Vaughan Henry 1617 Or 18 1661 : A plea for anti-pædobaptists, : against the vanity and falshood of scribled papers, entituled, The anabaptists anatomiz'd and silenc'd in a public dispute at Abergaveny in Monmouth-shire Sept. 5. 1653. Betwixt John Tombes, John Cragg, and Henry Vaughan, touching infant-baptism. By John Tombes, B.D.; Tombes, John,
Vaughan Hugh Sir : The case of Hugh Vaughan & John Vaughan : executors of Charles Vaughan, upon the appeal of Warwick Bamfield Esq., son and heir of Thomas Bamfield.
Vaughan John Sir 1603 1674 : The case of Hugh Vaughan & John Vaughan : executors of Charles Vaughan, upon the appeal of Warwick Bamfield Esq., son and heir of Thomas Bamfield.
Vaughan Millicent : To the right honorable the Lords spirituall and temporall in this present Parliament assembled : the humble petition of Erasmus Record and Millicent Vaughan widow, the administratrix of the goods, chattels and debts of Walter Vaughan deceased.; Record, Erasmus.
Vaughan Thomas 1622 1666 Man Mouse Taken In A Trap : Enthusiasmus triumphatus, or, A discourse of the nature, causes, kinds, and cure, of enthusiasme; / written by Philophilus Parresiastes, and prefixed to Alazonomastix his observations and reply: whereunto is added a letter of his to a private friend, wherein certain passages in his reply are vindicated, and severall matters relating to enthusiasme more fully cleared.; More, Henry,
Vaughan Thomas Capt 1669 1696 : The last dying speech and behaviour of Capt. Thomas Vaughan : who was executed for high-treason, at execution-dock, on Wednesday, Decemb. the 9th. 1696.; Vaughan, Thomas,
Vaughan Walter : To the right honorable the Lords spirituall and temporall in this present Parliament assembled : the humble petition of Erasmus Record and Millicent Vaughan widow, the administratrix of the goods, chattels and debts of Walter Vaughan deceased.; Record, Erasmus.
Vaughan Walter 1598 : Poematum libellus : continens 1. Encomium illustrissimi herois, D. Roberti comitis Essexii. 2. De sphærarum ordine tractatiunculam. 3. Palæmonis amores philosophicos. Authore Gulielmo Vaughanno Maridunensi in artibus magistro.; Vaughan, William,
Vaughan William 1577 1641 : The spirit of detraction conivred [sic] and convicted : in seven circles : a worke both divine and morall, fit to be perused by the libertines of this age, who endeauour by their detracting and derogatorie speeches, to embezell both the glorie of God, and the credit of their neighbours.; Vaughan, William,
Vaulting Horsemanship : The vaulting-master, or, The art of vaulting / reduced to a method, comprized under certaine rules, illustrated by examples, and now primarily set forth by Will. Stokes.; Stokes, Will.
Vaulting Horsemanship Early Works To 1800 : The vaulting master: or the art of vaulting: / Reduced to a method, comprized under certaine rules, illustrated by examples, and now primarily set forth, by Will. Stokes.; Stokes, William,