A learned and truly loyal gentleman. : A worthy panegyrick upon monarchy; : written anno MDCLVIII. / By a learned and truly loyal gentleman, for information of the miserably mis-led Commonwealths-Men (falsely so called) of that deluded age; and now revived by one that honours the author, and the established government of these nations.
A Learned Reader of the Lawes. : The mirrour of allegiance. Or A looking-glasse for the English, wherein they may reade their duty towards God and their King. : And how to carry themselves in the taking or refusing of oathes and covenants in these troublesome times. Especially of the [brace] Covenant, and negative oath. / Sent from beyond the seas by a learned reader of the lawes, in answer to a judges letter of the new modell to invite him to come over and compound.
a Lover of His Country. : An appeal to reason and common sense : or, a free and candid disquisition of the conduct of A----- B-----; So far as it relates to Matter of Fact, and as set forth in his Appeal to the People, and in a Letter to a Member of Parliament: And into the Conduct of the Ministry, so far as is relative to the Case of A- B-: with some occasional remarks upon a pamphlet, called, Impartial reflections on the case of Mr. Byng. By a friend to truth, and a lover of his country.
A Lover of Truth, Peace, and Honesty. : Anti-Machiavell. Or, Honesty against policy. : An answer to that vaine discourse, The case of the kingdome stated, according to the proper interests of the severall parties ingaged. / By a lover of truth, peace, and honesty.
A, Lyngstadaas. : Efficacy and Safety of 5HT1B/D Reseptoragonists, Triptans, for the Treatment of Migraine Disorders / Klemp Gjertsen M.
A. M., 17th century. : A discourse of local motion : undertaking to demonstrate the laws of motion, and withall to prove that of the seven rules delivered by M. Des-Cartes on this subject, he hath mistaken six / by A.M.
A.M.A. Study Group on Medical Planning. : General practice and its future in Australia : the scope and method of practice of the future general practitioner / [the Working Party on the Scope and Method of Practice of the Future General Practitioner]
A. M., active 1621. : A relation of the passages of our English companies from time to time, since their first departure from England : to the parts of Germanie, and the vnited Provinces. Sent from Frankendale in Germanie, by a souldier of those colonels, to his worshipfull friends here in England.