Villiers Francis 1616 1648 : Vaticinium votivum : or, Palæmon's prophetick prayer. Lately presented privately to His now Majestie in a Latin poëm; and here published in English. To which is annexed a paraphrase on Paulus Grebnerus's prophecie. With several elegies on Charls the First. The Lord Capel. The Lord Francis Villiers.
Villiers George Sir 1606 : A full, true and particular account of the ghost or apparition of the late Duke of Buckingham's father : which several times appeared in armor to one of the Duke's servant; and for about half a year before foretold the Duke's death.
Villiers Mary : A sermon preacht at the funerall of the Lady Mary Villiers, eldest daughter of the Right Hon[ora]ble Christopher Earle of Anglesey : who dyed the xxi. of Ianuary 1625. at Horningold in Leicester shire, and was buried the xxiiij. at Goadeby in the Sepulchres of her ancestors / preacht by George Iay ...; Jay, George.
Vilna Poland Church History 17th Century : Nevves from Poland : wherein is declared the cruell practice of the popish clergie against the Protestants, and in particular against the ministers of the city of Vilna, in the great dukedome of Lithuania, under the governement of the most illustrious prince, Duke Radziwell / faithfully set downe by Eleazar Gilbert ...; Gilbert, Eleazar.
Vilnius Lithuania : The Vilna problem : with five maps.; Lithuanian Information Bureau.
Vilsmeier Reagents : Synthesis using Vilsmeier reagents / Charles M. Marson, Paul R. Giles.; Marson, Charles M.
Vinay Jean : 4 French Realists : Andre Minaux, Ginette Rapp, Roger Montane, Jean Vinay.; Arts Council of Great Britain.
Vincent Francis 1640 : A sermon preached at the funerall of the Honourable Sir Francis Vincent, Knight and baronet at Stokedawbernon in the county of Surrey, the tenth day of Apill [sic], 1640 / by Thomas Neesham. clerke and rector of the same church.; Neesham, Thomas.
Vincent Humfrey Coblers End : The coblers sermon cryed downe, as a cruell cup-shot counterfeit, or, The summe of Mr. Humfrey Vincents sermon as it was preached and penned by his owne month and hand : confuting the matter and confounding the authour of that base-blasphemous pamphlet called The coblers sermon, Mr. Vincent who hath been a preacher these five and twenty yeeres, preached these two sermons at Saint Georges Church in Southwarke in the yeere 1641, the one on Friday the 10, the other on the Lords day, the 12 of December in the morning.; Vincent, Humfrey.
Vincent Isabel : The reflections of the reverend and learned Monsieur Jurieu, upon the strange and miraculous exstasies of Isabel Vincent, the shepardess of Saov in Dauphiné : who ever since February last hath sung psalms, prayed, preached, and prophesied about the present times in her trances : as also upon the wonderful and portentous trumpetings and singing of psalms that were heard by thousands in the air, in many parts of France, in the year 1686 : taken out of the pastoral letters of the 1st and 15th day of October last : to which is added, A letter of a gentleman in Dauphiné, to a friend of His in Geneva, containing the discourses and prophesies of the shepherdess / all faithfully translated out of the French copies ...; Jurieu, Pierre,
Vincent Nathanael 1639 1697 : A funeral sermon occasioned by the sudden death of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Vincent, late minister of the gospel in Southwark / by Nathanael Taylor.; Taylor, Nathanael,
Vincent Nigel : Sui dialetti italoromanzi : saggi in onore di Nigel B. Vincent / edited by Delia Bentley & Adam Ledgeway.
Vindication Of A Printed Paper Entituled An Ordinance Presented To The Hono : An apologeticall account, of some brethren of the church, whereof Mr. Iohn Goodwin is pastor. : (On the behalf of the church.) Why they cannot execute that unchristian and passionate charge, viz. of delivering up their said pastor unto Sathan, &c. which is imposed upon them, in the sixth page of a late printed booke, called, A vindication of a printed paper, &c. Published according to order.
Vindication Of The Ministers Of The Gospel : [The city-ministers unmasked, or The hypocrisie and iniquity of fifty nine of the most eminent of the clergy, in and about the city of London] : [Cleerly discovered out of two of their own pamphlets, one intituled, A serious and faithful representation; the other, A vindication of the ministers of the Gosped, in and about the city of London. Together with a prophesie of John Hus, touching the choosing of a new ministry, and an ancient prophetical farewel of Hildegards, to the old corrupt ministry both very useful for the knowledge of the long deceived nations. / By a friend of the armies in its ways of justice and righteousness.]; Dell, William,
Vinor Thomas Sir 1683 : The importance of religion to young persons : represented in a sermon preached at the funeral of Sir Thomas Vinor, Baronet, in St. Hellens Church, London, May the 3d, 1683 / by Hen. Hesketh ...; Hesketh, Henry,
Vinterburg Thomas : Dogme uncut : Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterburg, and the gang that took on Hollywood.; Stevenson, Jack,
Vintner Turner : Gods revenge vpon his Parliaments and peoples enemies by the examples of some great malignants whom God hath punished to give others warning : being a true relation of foure citizens of London dwelling on Ludgate-hill that went to Oxford and with others as ill affected as themselves, drank healths to the confusion of the Parliament : as they came home one of them broke his leg, another broke his backe, and the other two fell mad, all remaining in a miserable condition : together with the like example of the Lord Hopton at Madbury neere Plymouth and one M. Turner Vintner at the Halfe Moone at Oxford : also the discovery of a bloudy plot against the city of London.
Vintners England London Early Works To 1800 : A full and true relation of the whole transaction of the Company of Vintners, the farmers, and co-adventurers : as to the farmes of 40 s. per tun, and wine licenses, and the medium.
Vintners Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the proposing, threatning, and perswading the vintners to yeeld to the imposition upon wines. : Declaring, the dislike of the generality of retailers, and whatsoever they either did or suffered therein, was meerly by compulsion. And heereby is also truely set forth their great, and almost insupportable losse by this imposition. Together with the extreame wrongs and injuries they have suffered in their arreare-money, in their meat-money, and by medium-wine.