Married woman. : The political priest: or, propagation with a vengeance! A satire, by a married woman; with a prologue, by a married man; and a preface, by an old batchelor. The whole addressed to the female sex, and dedicated (without permission) to a certain reverend polygamist [electronic resource].
Marriot, John, fl. 1726. : A representation of some mismanagements by parish-officers in the method at present followed for maintaining the poor: with a proposal humbly offered for rectifying the same. In a letter to a friend [electronic resource].
Marriot, Laura, / (President, Mobile Marketing Association, USA) Speaker. : Mobile marketing best practices [electronic resource] / Laura Marriot.
Marriot, Richard, active 17th century, / bookseller. : The infants plea for baptisme, or, Childrens baptisme justified by undeniable consequence out of Holy Scripture [electronic resource] : written for the recalling and restoring of some erronious and mis-lead people, now living in the Parish of Chertsey, Surrie / by Tho. Hastler, Vic. ib.
Marriott, Alas. / Performer. : The sleeping beauty [electronic resource] / composed by Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky ; directed by Christopher Carr ; choreographed by Victor Marius Alphonse Petipa ; performed by Alina Cojocaru, Federico Bonelli, Marianela Núñez, Genesia Rosato, Christopher Saunders, Elizabeth McGorian, Alastair Marriott, The Royal Ballet & Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden ; conducted by Valery Ovsyanikov.
Marriott, Alastair / actor : Swan Lake (Production). Digital Theatre in association with Royal Opera House. Production