Converse, George Albert. : Statement in refutation of alleged defects of naval vessels. Mr. Hale presented the following statement of Rear Admiral Converse in refutation of alleged defects in design and construction of certain naval vessels of the United States. February 19, 1908. -- Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed with illustrations. [electronic resource]
Convert from the "Society for Revolutions." : Fragment of a prophesy lately discovered in the cell of a French hermit : containing divers matters relating to the present disturbances in Europe. Faithfully translated from the original, by a convert from the "society for revolutions."
Convert, P. : Position-sensitive detection of thermal neutrons / edited by Pierre Convert, J. Bruce Forsyth.
Converted cavalier. : The converted cavaliers confession of their designe when first we drew the King away from his Parliament : as also (now our eyes are in some measure opened) that we see there was a deeper plot and designe in hand at that time by the papists who made use of us to accomplish their own designe, which then lay hid from us, but now discovereth it selfe : with our resolution to forsake the papists / written by a converted cavalier, for full satisfaction to all neutralists.
Converted Jew. : The substance of three sermons : preached by the Converted Jew, at Edinburgh 10, 11, and 13 days of July, 1785. The miraclous conversion of Moses the Jew: And his deliverance from the bloody hands of his Father who is a High Priest in Lower Germany, who employ'd three Russians to murder him, his narrow escape to London his embracing the Christian Religion and his Baptism at Dublin. How he came to Glasgow where the preached several times, and was attended both by the College and Clergy. He arrived at Edinburgh on Friday the 8th. July, 1785 and was waited on by the Ministers. He preached in Lady Glenorchy's Chappel on Sunday evening to a numerous Congregation, from Isaiah lxiii and 11, and on Monday evening, from Hebrews iv and 14, and his last Sermon here, from Isaiah xl and 11: These three Collections was for the benefit of the Orphan Hospital. None that heard him but allows him to be as well known in the Scriptures, and as pious as ever they heard. He set off for London on Friday last. the 15th. July. He had eight different Languages. And has learned English.
Converted Thief. : Street-Robberies : consider'd: the reason of their being so frequent, with probable means to prevent 'em. To which is added, three short treatises; I. A warning for travellers: With Rules to know a Highwayman; and Instructions how to behave upon the Occasion. II. Observations on house-breakers: How to prevent a Tenement from being broke open: With a Word of Advice concerning Servants. III. A caveat for shop-keepers: With a Description of Shop-Lifts, how to know 'em, and how to prevent 'em: Also a Caution of delivering Goods: With the Relation of several Cheats practiced lately upon the Publick. Written by a converted thief. To which is prefix'd some Memoirs of his life.
Convertino, Michael : Trombone Recital: Booth, Bill - BEETHOVEN, L. van / CRESTON, P. / SCHARNBERG, K. / PLOG, A. / RAVEL, M. / CONVERTINO, M. (Balancing Act) [electronic resource]
Convery, Alan, : The territorial Conservative Party : devolution and party change in Scotland and Wales / Alan Convery.