Philo-Patriae, Eugenius. : A Succinct description of France : wherein is a character of the people, customs, &c. of that kingdom : sent by a gentleman now travelling there, to his friend in England : dedicated to that eminent and learned physician, Dr. Martin Lister, and may serve as a supplement to his Journey to Paris.
Philo, Raymond L., : Command transitions in public administration : a quantitative and qualitative analysis of proactive strategies / James C. Brown, Raymond L. Philo, Anthony Callisto Jr., Polly J. Smith.
Philo Regis. : The right picture of King Oliure, from top to toe. : That all the world may a false rebell know. Whereunto is added, his genealogy, and the memorialls of all his worthy acts from the beginning of his reigne, to his present routing in Ireland. / By Philo Regis, written in rime doggerill for the benefit of all his subjects at Westminster.
Philo Regis et Patriæ. : A letter to Sir Humphry Mackworth : Relating To his proposal for Payment of the Publick Debts, &c. and concerning the Long and Short Annuitants, with an Answer thereto. Together With a brief reply to a late Pamphlet, Entituled, An essay for Establishing a New Parliament Money, as far as it relates to the Scheme of Sir Humphry Mackworth. By Philo Regis et Patriae.
Philo Rhector. : The naked truth; or, Lucas and La Tonche set forth in their proper colours.
Philo. Veritas, active 1885. : The Canadian Pacific railway [electronic resource] : an appeal to public opinion against the railway being carried across the Selkirk Range : that route being objectionable from the danger of falls from glaciers and from avalanches : also, generally on other matters / by Philo. Veritas.
Philo, : Die Werke in Deutscher Übersetzung. Band II, Herausgegeben von Leopold Cohn [and three others].
Philobasileus, Verax, : Confused characters of conceited coxcombs, or, A dish of trayterous tyrants, dressed with verjuice and and pickeled too posterity : together with their camp-retinue and Fenis Covert / by Verax Philobasileus.
Philobasilissa Misopapas. : Some occasional thoughts concerning the original : Principles and Practice of the Thing call'd a High-Flyer. In a Letter from a Gentleman in London, to his Friend at Bath. .