Friends of Le Chambon. : Weapons of the spirit [videorecording] / Friends of Le Chambon presents ; a film by Pierre Sauvage ; produced, written, and directed by Pierre Sauvage ; co-producer, Barbara M. Rubin ; Pierre Sauvage Productions.
Friends of Lutheran Archives : The journey broken at Horseshoe Bend : an examination of the events surrounding Carl Strehlow's death from the documents / Paul G.E. Albrecht.
Friends of Mawson. : The Adelie blizzard : Mawson's forgotten newspaper 1913 / preface by Emma McEwin ; introduction by Elizabeth Leane and Mark Pharaoh.
Friends of Merri Creek. : Plants of the Merri Merri : a home gardener's guide to using indigenous plants in the northern suburbs of Melbourne / co-ordinating editor Rebecca Wigney.
Friends of Mr. Holwell. : A vindication of Mr. Holwell's character, [electronic resource] : from the aspersions thrown out in an anonymous pamphlet, published March 6th, 1764, intitled, "reflections upon the present state of our East-India affairs." By his friends. In the Course of this Work, many important Facts are laid before the Public, regarding the East-India Company's Affairs in Bengal, from the Year 1752 to 1760. Particularly the various Causes which brought on the Ruin of our Settlements there in 1756.
Friends of National Industry. : Petition of a convention of the Friends of National Industry in New Jersey. February 7, 1820. Read, and referred to the Committee on Commerce and Manufactures, and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate. [electronic resource]
[Friends of Parliamentary Reform. Meeting (1790-05-19) London.] : Parliamentary reform. Crown and Anchor Tavern in the Strand, Wednesday the 19th of May, 1790; seven o'clock in the evening. At a general meeting of the Friends to a parliamentary reform, Capel Lofft, Esq; in the chair, resolved unanimously,-that a restoration of the right of adequate representation to the people is the best consolation which can be given them for the heavy burden which they now bear, as well as those additional ones which probably may be soon imposed upon them, and which a war must necessarily occasion. ... [electronic resource].
Friends of Parliamentary Reform. Meeting London. / (1797-05-18) : An address to the nation, [electronic resource] : By the seamen at St. Helen's, (copied verbation from the courier of May 19, 1797.) likewise the proceedings at the meeting of the friends to parliamentary reform, held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, (also copied from the same paper.).