Violent Deaths England Early Works To 1800 : A narrative of a maid lately burn to death in a strange and wonderful manner, by the force of a chymical spirit seizing upon her. : Also a true relation of a sad accident that happened on three persons that lived about Cow-cross, near West-smith-field, (a story no less sad than true), being lately kill'd with drinking of adulterated white-wine.
Violent Deaths Southwest Old History To 1500 : Who are these dead? : the anthropology of violence, pit structures, power and symbolism : death in the Anasazi culture of the American southwest / John D. Cater.; Cater, John D.
Violet Ship : A true report of the gener[all] imbarrement of all the English shippes, vnder the domin[ion] of the kinge of Spaine : and of the daungerous aduenture, a[nd] wonderfull deliuerance of a ship of Londo[n] called the Viol[et,] being of the burthen of 130. tunne: by the especiall prouid[ence] of God, from the violence of Spanyardes, at a port called [S.] Sebastian in Biskay: which aduenture was enterprised 25. of May 1585. and was finished the 29. of the same moneth, without hurt either to men, or ship.; R. D.,
Violin Instruction And Studying Early Works To 1800 : The first book of Apollo's banquet : containing instructions, and variety of new tunes, ayres, jiggs, minuets, and several new Scotch tunes, for the treble-violin. To which is added, the tunes of the newest French dances now in use at court and in dancing-schools.; Playford, John,