Foreign divine in England. : The promise of the hundred-fold, Matth. Ch. xix. Ver. 29. explained; in a letter from a foreign divine to a divine in England. Translated from the Bibliotheque raisonńee of July, August, and September, 1748.
Foreign Gentleman at London. : Anti-Siris : or, English wisdom exemplify'd by various examples, but, particularly, the present general demand for tar water, on so unexceptionable authority as that of a R-t R-d Itinerant Schemist, and Graduate in Divinity and Metaphisicks. In a letter from a foreign gentleman at London, To his Friend Abroad.
Foreign Language Association of Missouri. : Meeting new challenges in the foreign language classroom : selected papers from the 1994 Central States Conference / edited by Gale K. Crouse ; coeditors Patrick T. Raven, Marcia H. Rosenbusch.
Foreign Minister at the Court of Russia. : Memoirs of the life of Prince Menzikoff : late Prime Minister of Russia, and Velt Marshal General of the Czar's forces. Giving An Account of his Rise at the Court of the late Czar, and the Causes of his Disgrace. In a letter from a foreign minister at the court of Russia.
Foreign minister at the Hague. : The present influence and conduct of Great-Britain impartially considered. In a letter from a foreign minister at the Hague, to Count - residing at the court of London. Faithfully translated from the original French.
Foreign Minister Lately Residing at Paris. : Serious considerations upon the present state of the war in Europe. : Transmitted in a letter from a foreign minister lately residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The whole Containing a True and Impartial Account of all the most Memorable Designs and Transactions for Two Years last past, in the Empire, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands. With Some Conjectures upon the Projects of the French Court, for the next Campaign.
Foreign minister residing in Sweden. : Memoirs of Sweden : containing a particular account of the great change which happened in the government of that kingdom, in the reign of King Charles XI. when the Senate was deprived of its authority, and the noblity lost the greatest part of their estates by setting up the High-Commission Court: of the way of paying the debts of the Crown; of modelling the Army and Fleet; and in general, of the characters and secret views of the king's ministers, in bringing about the said change. Written by a foreign minister residing in Sweden at that time. Translated from the French. .
Foreign physician. : The tomb of Venus : or, a plain and certain method, by which all people that ever labour'd under any venereal distemper may infallibly know whether they are cured or not. Effectual Remedies To Eradicate all Noxious Remainders, as well of the Medicines applied, as the Disease it self. By a foreign physician Conditur hoc Tumulo Veneris Damnola voluptas.
Foreign Policy Institute. : United States foreign policy. Compilation of studies. Prepared under the direction of Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate pursuant to S. Res. 336, 85th Cong., and S. Res. 31 and S. Res. 250, 86th Cong. March 15, 1961. -- Ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]
Foreign prince. : A new copy of verses compos'd on a certain young lady living near St. James's. : The words by *** a foreign prince who is deeply smitten with her exquisite charms, and were lately enclosed in a letter to her...
Foreigner. : An epistle to the Bishop of London; occasion'd by his Lordship's letter to the clergy and inhabitants of London and Westminster, on the subject of the two late earthquakes. In which the manners of the clergy and gentry are considered; some glaring Incentives to Vice are pointed out, and the Mischiefs arising from thence exemplified in several real Histories. By a foreigner.