Friendly Society (Old Street, London) : Articles of a Friendly Society, held at the house of Thomas Bedford, known by the sign of the cock, the corner of Golden-lane, Old-street [electronic resource].
Friendly Society (Putney, England) : Rules and orders, agree'd by a select company of persons, under the denomination of a Friendly Society, [electronic resource] : commenced the eighth day of July, 1751, Held at the dwelling-house of John Farrand, at the Sign of the Coopers' Arms, in the parish of Putney, in the county of Surrey.
Friendly Traveller. : The ensign of peace. [electronic resource] : Shewing, how the health, both of body and mind, may be preserved, and even revived by the mild and attenuating power of a most valuable and cheap medicine. Its singular and most excellent Property is to subdue the Flesh to the Will of the Spirit; by which happy Means, Mankind may enjoy a State of Temperance instead of Intemperance, and a State of Virtue instead of Vice. The continued Use of this Medicine irradicates most Diseases, and is seriously recommended to the People of this Island. By a friendly traveller.
Friendly, William. : The fundamental laws, statutes, and constitutions of the ancient and most benevolent order of the Friendly Brothers of St. Patrick. [electronic resource] : [Nine lines from Cicero]
Friends of Covent Garden. : Royal Opera House Covent Garden [sound recording] : recorded in association with the Friends of Covent Garden : Covent Garden Opera, musical director Georg Solti : anniversary album.
Friends of Ethnic Art. : Emblems of passage : art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas : selections from Friends of Ethnic Art members' collections, January 16-April 7, 2002 / Gregory Ghent, curator ; featuring the photography of Scott McCue.
Friends of Hanging Rock / issuing body. : Hanging Rock : a history / Chris McConville ; [foreword by] Phillip Adams.
Friends of his in the Bay. : The people's right to election, or, Alteration of goverment [sic] in Connecticut [electronic resource] : argued in a letter / by Gershom Bulkeley ...; together with a letter to the said Bulkeley from a friend of his in the Bay ; to which is added, The writing delivered to James Russell of Charlestown Esq. warning him and others concerned not to meet to hold a court at Cambridge within the county of Middlesex by Thomas Greaves ... ; and also his answer to Mr. Broadstreete and the gentlemen mett at the Town-house in Boston concerning the same.