A copie of a letter that His Majest: of Great Brittain left behind him in his chamber, at his departure from Hampton-Court, Nov. the 11. st.v. 1647: To be delivered to the speaker of the Lords House, pretempore, to be communicated vnto the Lords and Commons, in the Parlament of England at Westminster, and the commissioners of the Parliment of Scotland, and to all other His Majest: subjects of what degree, condition, or calling whatsoever. In's Graven-Hagh, printed by Samuel Broun English Bookseller next the English Church. Copye van een brief die sijn Majes: van Groot-Brittanje in sijn kamer achter gelaten heest op sijn vertreck van Hampton-Court, den 11. Nov. stylo veteri, 1647. Om te behandigen aen den spreker van het huys der pairen, om ghe-communice ert te worden aen de heeren ende gemeenton in't Parlament van Enghelandt, te Westmunster vergadert, als oock aen de gedeputeerde van't Parlament van Schotlant, ende aen alle andere Sijne Majesteyts onderdanen van wat qualit....
Charles «England, King, I.»
In's Graven-Hage. by Samuel Broun, Engelsche boeck-ver-kooper, naest de Engelsche kerck. 1647. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ copie of a letter written from His Holinesse court at Rome
A copie of a letter written ... to Mr. William Prinne Esq.: upon the coming out of his last booke intituled Truth triumphing over falshood, antiquity over novelty : in which he laies down five propositions, which he desires to discusse wi the said Mr. Prinne
[London?. s.n.,. 1645]. 7 p..
¬A¬ copie of a lettre sent to preachers: [From the lorde protectors grace, and counsaill ; Orders to avoid controversy 23 May 1548]
London. Grafton. 1548. 14 S..
A Copie of certaine letters which manifest and designe of the late discovered plot: first His Majesties letter to the city of London, secondly the Lord Digbies letter to Sir Bazill Brooke, lastly other intercepted letters touching the sambusinesse.
Charles ; Digby, Kenelm,
[London. s.n.],. 1643.. , 6 p..
¬A¬ copie of certaine letters, which manifest the design
A copie of certaine letters, which manifest the designe of the late discovered plot.: First, His Majesties letter to the City of London. Secondly, the Lord Digbies letter to Sir Bazill Brooke. Lastly, other intercepted letters touching the same businesse, with the six propositions of the City to His Majesty
Bristol, John Digby, ; Brook, Basil, ; Charles ; Digby, Kenelm,
[London : . s.n.], . 6 p. ;.
¬A¬ copie of the articles agreed upon at the surrender of the city of Bristol
London. Overton. .
A copie of the commission sent from His Majestie to the conspirators of the citie of London: for the raysing an army of horse and foot, and levying of money, plate, ammunition, &c. : whereby also power is given to these commissioners, or y foure of them to execute martiall law, to kill and slay all those that shall oppose them or all such as are under the command of His Excellencie the Earle of Essex.
London. Printed for Richard Best,. 1643.. , 6 p..
A copie of the covenant: both as it was first formed at Edenburgh by the Generall Assembly and Convention of Estates of Scotland, with the concurrence and advice of the commissioners sent thitherout of England, and as it was after reformeby the Lords and Commons of Parliament at Westminister : together with His Majesties proclamation prohibiting the taking of it.
[Oxford] printed. [L. Lichfield],. 1644.. 8 p..
¬A¬ copie of the covenant, both as it was first formed
[Oxford]. [Lichfield]. 644. 8 S..
A Copie of the Covenant, Both as it was first formed at E denburgh By the Generall Assembly and Convention of Estates of Scotland, with the concurrence and advice of the Commissioners sent thitherout of England, and as it was after reformed by the Lords and Commons of Parliament at Westminster. Together with His Majesties Proclamation prohibiting the taking of it.
Printed, Anno 1644.. 8p..
¬A¬ copie of the Kings message sent by the Duke of Lenox
London. Coe. 1644.
¬A¬ copie of the letter of the nationall synod of the Reformed Churches
London. Newbery. 1627.
¬A¬ copie of the letter to the nationall synod of the Reformed Churches
London. Butter u.a.. 1631.
A copie of the oath taken by the Papists: as it was given to the governour and captaines by Fryer Darcy lately guardian of the Franciseans in Ireland and imployed by the rebels upon a treaty : with a short glosse upon the confused oath of the pretended Catholiques for this religious rebellion
London. Printed for William Bladen,. 1642.. , 6 p..
A copie of the principall parts of His Maiestie commissions for granting pardons to such as vse trades, whereto they haue not been apprentices, and for dispencing with them to continue the same for their liues, notwithstanding the statute of Quinto Elizabeth
Printed at London. By Iohn Beale,. 1619.  leaves.
A copie of the proceedings of some worthy and learned divines appointed by the Lords to meet at the Bishop of Lincolnes in Westminster: touching innovations in the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England : together with consideraons upon the Common prayer book.
London printed. [s.n.],. 1641.. , 10 p..
A copie of the speache, made ... at the house of the worshipfull M. Thomas Smith, ... November, 1588.
Amsterdam .... Theatrum orbis terrarum,. 1974. (15) s.
<<A>> copious and critical English - Latin dictionary: to which is added a dictionary of proper names
Smith, William ; Hall, Theophilus D.
New York [etc.] . American Book Company. 1871. XI, 964 S., S. 709-754.
A copious and practical treatise on the game laws: including all the statutes connected therewith ...
London. W. Crofts,. 1839.. xxiii, 443 p..
A copious dictionary: in three parts: I. The English before the Latin, enriched with about ten thousand words more then any former dictionary contains. II. The Latin before the English, with correct and plentifull etymological derivations, philological observations, and phraseological explications. III. The proper names of persons, places, and other things necessary to the understanding of historians and poets. To which are adjoyned, a table of authours names at large, which in this book are made use of, or mentioned: and also some lesser tractates. The whole being a comprisal of Thomasius and Rider's foundations, Holland's and Holyoak's superstructure and improvements: together with amendments and enlargements very considerable for number and nature; promoted and carried on by a diligent search into, and perusal of several other dictionaries, and many authours ancient and modern: rendring this work the most compleat and usefull of any in this kind yet extant; as the prefa....
Gouldman, Francis ; Robertson, William ; Gouldman, Francis ; Gouldman, Francis
And in this third edition (besides many other additions) the most textual, usual and proper Hebrew roots and derivatives, added to the simple theams and compounds of the Latin, throughout the whole work, are inserted by W. Robertson, A.M. Cambridge. printed by John Hayes, printer to the University. 1674. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ copious dictionary in three parts: I. the English before the Latin ... II. the Latin before the English ... III. the proper names of persons, places, and other things necessary to the understanding of historians and poets ...
Gouldman, Francis ; Robertson, William
And in this 3. ed. (besides many other add.) the most textual, usual and proper Hebrew roots and derivates ... are inserted by W. Robertson. Cambridge. 1674. ca. 1200 S..
A copious Englisg (!) and Nederduytsch dictionaire, composed out of our best English authors. With an appendix of th names of all kin of beasts, fowles, birds, fishes, hunting, and hawking. As also a compendious grammar for the instruction of the learner =: Het Groot Woorden-Boeck, gestelt in't Engelsch ende Nederduytsch, met een Appendix van de namen van alderley Beesten ... Als oock, een korte Engelsche Grammatica ... door Henry Hexham. Tot Rotterdam, gedruckt by Arnout Leers, Anno 1660.
Rotterdam. Arnout Leers,. 1660.  s. ;.
A copious Englisg [sic] and Netherduytch dictionarie: composed out of our best English authours : with an appendix of the names of all kinds of beasts, fowles, birds, fishes, hunting, and hawking : as also a compendious grammar for the inruction of the learner = Het groot woorden-boeck : gestelt in't Engelsch ende Nederduytsch : met een appendix van de namen van alderly beesten, vogelen, visschen, jagerye, ende valckerye, &c. : als oock, een korte Engelsche grammatica
Tot Rotterdam. Gedruckt by Arnout Leers,. 1660..  p..
A copious English and Netherduytch Dictionarie ...
Rotterdam . 1647-48. 2 bd..
A copius Enlise and Netherduytch Dictionarie composed aut of our best English Authours
Rotterdam . 1660.
Acoplagem no espaço: crítica literária
São Paulo. Editora Perspectiva com apoio técnico e financeiro do MinC/Pró-Leitura, Instituto Nacional do Livro. 1989. XIV, 371 S.. Coleção Estudos ; 110 : Crítica literária.
Acoplamientor para instalaciones de alumbrado y de máquinas eléctricas
Acção política do agente e representante de el-rei, o Senhor D. Miguel I, em Londres
Silveira, João dos Santos. ; Saraiva, Antðnio Ribeiro,
Ponte Delgada. [M. da E.T. dos S. Silveira],. 1985.. 796 p. ;.
A copper plate and discourse of the transit of Venus, on the 3d of June 1769. Most humbly inscribed to His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales
[London?]. 1769. ,13,p.,fold.plate.
A coppie-booke of the newest and most vsefull hands: with easie rules whereby those that can reade may learne to write of themselves.
London. Printed for Iohn Hancock ...,. .  leaves.
¬A¬ coppie of the bill against the XIII bishops
London. Thomas. 1641.
A Coppie of the bill against the xiii bishops, presented to to [sic] the Lords by the Commons, Octob. 25, 1641: entituled An act for dissolving all persons in holy orders to exercise temporall jurisdiction and authority : with the names of the XIII bishops lately impeached : vvhereunto is added the substance of a letter presented to Mr. Pym containing very wicked and bloody expressions.
London. Printed for John Thomas,. 1641.. 4, 2 p..
¬A¬ coppie of the Proclamation made by the illustrious Infanta Isabella
London. Wolfe. 1599.
A coppy of: I. The letter sent by the Queenes Majestie concerning the collection of the recusants mony for the Scottish warre, Apr. 17. 1639. 2. The letter sent by Sir Kenelme Digby and Mr. Mountague ...
Henrietta Maria, ; Digby, Kenelm,
London, . 1641.. 12 p..
A coppy of 1. the letter sent by the Queenes Majestie concerning the collection of the recusants mony for the Scottish warre, Apr. 17, 1639: 2. the letter sent by Sir Kenelme Digby and Mr. Montague concerning the contribution : 3. the letr sent by those assembled in London, to every shire : 4. the names of the collectors in each county in England and Wales, and : 5. the message sent from the Queenes Majestie to the House of Commons by Master Comptroller the 5 of Febr., 1639.
Henrietta Maria, ; Digby, Kenelm, ; Montagu, Walter,
Printed at London. [s.n.],. 1641.. , 12 p..
A coppy of a letter of Mr. Cotton of Boston, in New England: sent in answer of certaine objections made against their discipline and orders there, directed to a friend : vvith the questions propounded to such as are admitted to the church-fellowhip, and the covenant itselfe.
[London. s.n.],. 1641.. 6 p. ;.
A coppy of a letter of Mr. Cotton of Boston, in New England, sent in answer of certaine objections made against their discipline and orders there, directed to a friend: vvith the questions propounded to such as are admitted to the church-fellowship and the covenant it selfe.
[London?. s.n.]. 1641.. , 6 p..
A coppy of a letter sent by the burga-masters and Councel of Amsterdam to the rest of the city's that have their session in the Assembly of the States of Holland and West-Frezland
[London]. Printed at Rotterdam ... by Peter Martin, and reprinted in London by J. Millet,. Feb. 19, 1684.. 1 sheet ( p.).
A coppy of the journal-book of the House of Commons for the sessions of Parliament begun at Westminster the 21. day of October, 1678. and continued until the 30. day of December next following, being then prorogued.: In which is contained the first discovery of the Popish Plot by the King to the two houses of Parliament. As also the accusation and impeachment of the Earl of Danby with many other remarkable transactions, never before so fullly and truely published.
London, . Printed 1680.. , 215 p..
A coppy of the journal-book of the House of Commons from the sessions of Parliament: begun at Westminster the 21, day of October, 1678 and continued until the 30, day of December next following, being then prorogued : in which is contained the first discovery of the Popish Plot by the King to the two houses of Parliament : as also the accusation and impeachment of the Earl of Danby : with many other remarkable transactions, never before so fully and truely published.
London. [s.n.],. 1680.. , 215 p..
¬A¬ coppy of the prisoner's judgment
London. Paine. 1641.
A coppy of the speech made by Sir Iohn Lenthall to the Lord-Mayor & aldermen in the Guild-Hall, London, the of 1659: for the satisfying of such as, either by mis-report or mis-understanding of some passages in it, have excepted agnst it.
London. Printed by Tho. Leach,. 1659.. 8 p..
Oxford [u.a.] ; Frankfurt, M.. Pergamon Pr.. 1984.
¬A¬ Coptic bibliography: With the collab. of Elinor Mullett Husselman a. o.
Nachdr. d. Ausg. Ann Arbor, Mich. 1950. New York. Kraus. 1969. XV,205 S.. Univ. of Michigan: General library publications. ; No. 7..
¬A¬ Coptic bibliography: With the collab. of Elinor Mullett Husselman a. o.
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. of Michigan Press. 1950. XV, 205 S.. University of Michigan <Ann Arbor, Mich.>: General library publications ; 7.
¬A¬ Coptic Dictionary
Crum, Walter E.
Oxford. Clarendon Pr.. 1929. XXIV, 953 S..
A coptic Dictionary /Compiled by Walter Ewing Crum
Crum, Walter Ewing
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1929.
¬A¬ coptic gnostic treatise contained in the Codex Brucianus: Bruce MS. 96. Bod. Lib. Oxford. A transl. from the Coptic: Transcript and commentary
Baynes, Charlotte A.
Nachdr. d. Ausg. Cambridge 1933. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1981. XXV, 122, 228 S..
¬A¬ coptic gnostic treatise contained in the Codex Brucianus: (Bruce MS. 96 Bod. Lib. Oxford) ; a translation from the coptic: transcript and commentary
Baynes, Charlotte A.
Cambridge. Univ. Press [u.a.]. 1933. XXV S., LXI Doppels., 229 S. : Ill..
<<A>> Coptic gnostic treatise contained in the Codex Brucianus (Bruce MS. 96. Bod. Lib. Oxford): a translation from the Coptic transcript and commentary
Baynes, Charlotte A.
Cambridge . Cambridge University Press. 1933. 229 S..
A Coptic grammar: Sahidic dialect ; with a chrestomathy and glossary
2. ed., rev. and expanded, with an index of citations. Wiesbaden. Harrassowitz. 2004. XXI, 544 S.. Porta linguarum orientalium ; N.S., 20.
A Coptic grammar: with chrestomathy and glossary ; Sahidic dialect
Wiesbaden. Harrassowitz. 2000. XIX, 519 S.. Porta linguarum orientalium ; N.S., 20.
ISBN 3-447-04240-0 kart. : DM 148.00
<<A>> Coptic initiatory invocation: (PGM IV 1-25)
Thame Oxon . Darengo. 1991. 107 S..
<<A>> Coptic-Latin lexicon
Beirut . Librairie du Liban. 1991. VII, 958 S..
¬A¬ copy book
London. Overton. 1669.
¬A¬ copy book
London. Ponder. . 26 S..
¬A¬ copy book
3. ed.. London. Nickolson u.a.. . 28 S..
A copy book, containing both experimental precepts and usual practices of fair and speedy writing: with the necessaries thereunto belonging ...
London. Printed by H. Brugis for Iohn Overton ...,. 1669.. 8 p., 22 leaves of plates.
A copy book enriched with great variety of the most useful and modish hands: adorned with a whole alphabet of great letters ...
London. Printed for John Nicholson ... and John Sprint ...,. [1700?].  p..
¬A¬ copy of a commission under the Great Seale of Ireland
London. Husbands u.a.. 1642.
A copy of Admiral Russel's letter to the Earl of Nottingham
Orford, Edward Russell,
Printed at London and re-printed at Edinburgh. [s.n.],. 1692.. 1 broadside..
A copy of a leteer [sic] written by our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ,: and found under a great stone sixty five years after his crucifiction
[Amherst, N.H.?]. Printed [by Samuel Cushing?],. in the year MDCCXCVI. . 8 p. ;.
¬A¬ copy of a letter
London. Husbands. 1644. 8 S..
A COPY OF A LETTER. BY JOHN DICKSON. LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL, IN RUGLAND, TO A PERSON A LITTLE BEFORE HIS DEATH, WHO DIED IN THE YEAR, 1700. EDINBURGH 1735. 16 S.
A copy of a letter concerning the traiterovs conspiracy of the rebelliovs papists in Ireland: being a true relation
London. [s.n],. 1641.. , 4 p..
A copy of a letter found in the study of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, since his decease
Eliot, Joseph, ; Belcher, Joseph, ; Eliot, Benjamin, ; Alleine, Joseph,
[New London, Conn.]. Printed by Charles Holt, New-London.,. 1800. 8 p. ;.
A copy of a letter, found in the study of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, since his decease.: An answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven?
Eliot, Joseph, ; Belcher, Joseph, ; Eliot, Benjamin,
[Boston]. Printed and sold [by Zechariah Fowle] at the printing office in Back-Street.,. [ca. 1754]. 1 sheet ( p.).
A copy of a letter from a gentleman in Virginia, to a merchant in Philadelphia
[Philadelphia?. s.n.,. 1768]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
¬A¬ copy of a letter from a person of distinction at the Hague, to the Abbe de la Ville; on the order against publishing news-papers at Paris: in which is contained a multitude of particulars relating to the battle of Fontenoy, that have not hitherto been made publick
Person of distinction
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1745. 7,p..
A Copy of a letter from Quebeck in Canada, to a pr--e m--r in France, dated October 11, 1747
[United States. s.n.,. 1747?].  p.
A copy of a letter from the Earle of Essex, by order of the pretended Houses of Parliament, to Prince Rupert: with His Highnesse answer thereunto.
Essex, Robert Devereux, ; Rupert,
Oxford. Printed by Leonard Lichfield ...,. 1645.. , 6 p..
¬A¬ copy of a letter from the Earl of Essex
Oxford. Lichfield. 1645.
A copy of a letter from the members of both houses assembled at Oxford to the Earle of Essex: dated the 27 of January, 1643 : with the names of those who signed it, desiring a treaty of peace.
Printed at Oxford .... By Leonard Lichfield ...,. [January 30,] 1643.. , 6 p..
A copy of a letter, from the Rev. Mr. Buell: Of East-Hampton, on Long-Island, to the Rev. Mr. Barber, of Groton, in Connecticut, North-America, giving an account of a most extraordinary work of God, begun and carrying on in that place
London. printed in the year of our Lord. 1764. 8p.
A copy of a letter from the Rev. Mr. Buell, of East-Hampton, on Long-Island, to the Rev. Mr. Barber, of Groton in Connecticut
Buell, Samuel, ; Barber, Jonathan,
[New London, Conn. Printed by Timothy Green,. 1764]. 8 p. ;.
¬A¬ copy of a letter from the Speakers of both Houses ... dated July 4, 1643
Oxford. Lichfield. 1643.
A copy of a letter from the speakers of both houses of Parliament in England, dated Iuly 4, 1643, to the lords, justices, and councell of the kingdome of Ireland: together with the answer of the lords, justices, and councell of the kingdime of Ireland to the said speakers, Octob. 28, 1643.
Printed ... at Oxford .... by Leonard Lichfield ...,. Novemb. 18, 1643.. , 26 p..
A copy of a letter sent by E.B., an eminent Quaker in London, to the Pope in Rome: transmitted thence by Cardinal Bromio to a person of quality in England : with a copy of the faculties granted to John Locet, Englishman and priest at Rome, 1678, for England, Scotland, and all the Kings dominions, Ireland excepted
[London. s.n.,. 1690]. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬A¬ copy of a letter sent by Mr. Luke Ryley: soon after his condemnation, to the Arch P----r of Great B---n. Together with that in which it was inclosed and directed to a friend
London. printed for J. Webb. 1744.
¬A¬ Copy of a letter sent from a gentleman of quality dwelling in Banbury
London. Smith. 1642.
A copy of a letter sent from a gentleman of quality dwelling in Banbury, to Mr. Jennings of Fan-Church street in London: being a true relation of the fight betwixt His Majesties souldiers and His Excellence the Earle of Essex his forces, Munday the 24 of Oct., beginning at eight of the clock in the morning : which nevves was brought by one Cripps a post, and averred to be true : whereunto is adjoyned two orders from the Lords and Commons : first, for ordering of houses for courts of guard, and posts, barres, and chaines to be forthwith erected : secondly, that all people in London and Westminster, and the liberties thereof doe forbeare their tradings and ordinary employment.
London. Printed for T. Smith,. 1642.. 7 p..
A copy of a letter sent from a person that was present at the apprehension of Mr. Meade and five more
London. Printed by R. W.,. 1683.. 2 p..
¬A¬ copy of a letter sent from a person that was present at the apprehension o Mr. Meade
¬A¬ copy of a letter sent from Constantinople
London. Croom. 1685 - 1686. 3 S..
A copy of a letter sent from Constantinople, in which is a full account of several strange and horrible apparitions, which was seen at Constantinople, and other adjacent places in the air: as also the Sultan's dream in the time of the sto.
[London. Printed by George Croom ...,. 1685/6]. 3 p..
¬A¬ copy of a letter sent from the committee at Lincoln
London. Horton. 1642.
A copy of a letter sent from the Lo. Fairfax to the mayor of Hull: and by him sent to the committee of both kingdoms, concerning the great victory obtained against Prince Rupert about the raising the siege at York : also a true relation oa defeat given to Colonell Hastings by the Lord Grayes forces, July the first, 1644, at Bosworth Field ... with the names of such commanders and souldiers as were taken or slain.
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax,
London. Printed for Edward Husbands and are to be sold at his shop ...,. Iuly 6, 1644.. 8 p..
¬A¬ copy of a letter sent His Grace ...
London. Briscoe. 1696. 2 S..
A copy of a letter sent His Grace *** from Dr. Connor, member of the College of Physicians & Royal-Society, concerning his Medicina arcana de mystico corporis humani statu, or, A Latin treatise in which he designs to explain the miracles relating to human bodies by the principles of physick
London. Printed for Sam. Briscoe ...,. 1696. 1 sheet (2 p.).
¬A¬ copy of a letter to the secretary of the British Society from Mr. Thomas Telford, their engineer, &c. &c: containing a course of experiments made by him on Mr. James Parker's cement
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1796. 16 p..
A copy of a letter vvritten to a private friend: to give him satisfaction on some things tovching the Lord Say.
London. Printed by R.B. for I.O. and are to be sold by I.S.,. 1643 .. , 6 p..
¬A¬ Copy of a letter writen: [to some particular friends in England, whereunto are addes certaine collections found in his closet, made by him <as is thought> of the miserable ends of suche as have impugned the Catholike Church]
Repr.. Menston. Scolar Pr.. 1972. 42 S.. English recusant literature (1558-1640). 91.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written
London. 1651. 8 S..
¬A¬ copy of a letter written
London. Meredith. 1687.
A copy of a letter written by Mr. Stephen Marshall: to a friend of his in the city for the necessary vindication of himself and his ministry against that altogether groundlesse, most unjust, and ungodly aspersion cast upon him by certainealignants in the city, and lately printed at Oxford in their Mendacium Aulicum, otherwise called Mercurius Aulicus, and sent abroad into other nations to his perpetuall infamy : in which letter the accusation is fully answered : and together with that the lawfulnesse of the Parliaments taking up defensive arms is briefly and learnedly asserted and demonstrated : texts of Scripture cleared : all objections to the contrary answered to the full satisfaction of all those that desire to have their consciences informed in this great controversie.
London. Printed for John Rothwell ...,. 1643.. , 30 p..
A copy of a letter written by our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.: And found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifiction. : With Christ's cures and miracles. : To which is added, King Agbarus's letter to our Saviour, with the answer
[Salem, Mass.]. London, printed: Salem, re-printed and sold by E. Russell, at his printing-office, upper end of Main-Street, 1776. Sold also by S. Richardson, travelling-trader, in Woburn.,. . 7,  p. ;.
A copy of a letter written by our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ: and found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifiction
[Boston]. London, printed: Boston. Reprinted and sold by I. Thomas, near the Mill-Bridge.,. [1772?]. 8 p. ;.
A copy of a letter written by our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ,: and found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifiction
Norwich [Conn.],. Re-printed [by John Trumbull],,. 1790. 8 p. ;.
A copy of a letter written by Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and found under a great stone, sixty-five years after his crucifixion
[United States. s.n.],. 1803.. 7 p..
A COPY OF A LETTER WRITTEN BY OUR BLESSED LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. WITH KING AGABARUS' LETTER TO OUR SAVIOUR AND OUR SAVIOUR'S ANSWER
(NEWCASTLE). S. N.. (CA. 1810). 1 MIKROFICHE.
A copy of a letter written by our Blessed Saviour, Jesus Christ.: Found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifiction
Boston:. Printed at Russell's office, near Liberty-Pole, 1797; where travelling-traders, &c. may be supplied with an excellent dialogue between Mary and Martha, with many other pamphlets, ballads, sings, etc.,. . 8 p. ;.
A copy of a letter written by Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Bowen, Charles H., [from old catalog]
Pekin, . W. H. Bates, printer. [c1882]. broadside. 31 x 22 cm..
A copy of a letter written by our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ,: and found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifiction
Windham [Conn.],. Printed [by John Byrne],,. 1792. 8 p. ;.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written by Stephen Marshal
[Anr. ed.]. London. Rothwell. 1643.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written the third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham, Esquire, unto John Dodgson, constable at Harraton, John Lax, a leader of coles there, Steven Pattason, a stathe-man there, Ralph Hinderson, a leader of coles there, Robert Vickars, overman there, and to all other workmen whatever, that belong either to the colepits, stathes, or keels of Harraton colliery
Hedworth, John ; Dodgson, John
S.l.. s.n. . 8 p..
¬A¬ copy of a letter written the third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham Esquire, unto John Dodgson constable at Harraton, John Lax a leader of coles there, Steven Pattason a stathe-man there, Ralph Hinderson a leader of coles there, Robert Vickars overman there, Thomas Rutlas a digger of coles there; and all other workmen whatever, that belong either to the colepits, stathes, or keels of Haraton colliery
S.l.. s.n. . 8 p..
A copy of a letter written to a gentlewoman newly seduced to the Church of Rome
London. Printed for L. Meredith,. 1687.. 1 p.L., 21,  p. ;.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written to a private friend
London. I. S.. 1643.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written to friends in England
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. [Liege]. 1615.
¬A¬ copy of a letter written to Master Stephen Marshall
A copy of a letter, written to the president of the United States, on slave emancipation: Indiana House, Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 2, 1854, to his excellency, Franklin Pierce ...
Hasted, Frederick, ; Pierce, Franklin,
[United States. s.n.,. 1859?]. 8 p. ;.
A copy of a letter, written to the souldiers that were at Narragansett in the army, January 1675
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed May 1st. 1707. 1 sheet ( p.).
A copy of an address by the Bishop of Oxon: to be subscribed by the clergy of his diociss, with the reasons for the subscription to the address, and the reasons against it.
[London?. s.n.],. 1687.. 3 p..
¬A¬ copy of an address to the King
[London?]. 1687. 3 S..
¬A¬ copy of an affidavit, and the case of Richard Bromley: in reference to the contract made by Col. Peirce with the committee for letting the city-lands, &c.
S.l.. s.n. . 1 broadside.
A copy of an award referring to the publick markets of the city of London
Shower, Bartholomew, ; Wright, Nathan,
London. Printed at the request and for the information of the market-people,. 1697. 1 broadside.
A copy of an excellent letter wrote by the Reverend Mr. J.E. of Guilford, deceased, to his brother Mr. B.E. of Roxbury,: found in the study of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, since his decease.
Eliot, Joseph, ; Eliot, Benjamin, ; Belcher, Joseph,
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1738.. 4 p. ;.
A copy of a paper sent to John Otway, Justice of the Peace, concerning swearing
[London. s.n.,. 1666?].  p..
A copy of a paper written by the late Duchess of York.
[n.p., . n.d.]. p. 44-46..