Philips, Martin. : The most rare, strange and wonderfull example of Almightie God, shewed in the citie of Telonne in Prouence, on a cruell Papisticall bishop : with the preseruation of the ladie Deormoga, whose life he vowed to haue, his miserable and lamentable ende, and may serue for a most strange example. Also the burning of the church at Argere, with diuers hurts done by lightning, buring a ship of bread and corne, arrested by the gouernour, bound for the reliefe of Telonne, With the great plague of rattes, that filled the whole cittie, a warning to let vs all know our heauenly Father and redeemer, and to repent vs of our sinnes. Witnesse these whose names are here set downe: Iacob Iohnson of Dort in Holland. Peter van Haget of Ancusa marchant. Martin Philips pilot of Dort.
Philips, Mary, 1900-1975. : Leave her to heaven / Twentieth Century Fox ; Darryl F. Zanuck presents ; produced by William A. Bacher ; screenplay by Jo Swerling ; directed by John M. Stahl.
Philips, Miles, active 1568-1582. : The voyages and adventures of Miles Philips : a West-Country sailor. Containing A Relation of his various Fortune both by Sea and Land; the inhuman Usage he met with from the Spaniards at Mexico, and the Salvage Indians of Canada and other barbarous Nations; and the Sufferings he and his Companions underwent by their Confinement and Sentence in the Spanish Inquisition. Together with A Natural Description of the Countries he visited, and particular Observations on the Religion, Customs and Manners of their respective Inhabitants. written by himself in the plain stile of an English sailor.
Philips, : Codrus : or, the Dunciad dissected. Being the finishing-stroke. To which is added, farmer Pope and his son. A tale. By Mr. Philips. .
[Philips, Nicholas, active 1681]. : Loyalty and piety : the way to live happily on earth, the way to live happily in heaven. By Nicholas Philips, late chaplain to His Majesty's garrison in the isles of Silly.