Blasphemy -- Ireland -- Tralee. : The Horror of murder, blasphemy, and sacrilege. [electronic resource] : Containing a true account, of a most shocking murder, committed on the body of the Rev. Father Moor, at Tralee, in Ireland.
Blasphemy -- Law and legislation. : Blasphemy and freedom of expression : comparative, theoretical and historical reflections after the Charlie Hebdo massacre / edited by Jeroen Temperman, Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam, András Koltay, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest.
Blasphemy -- North Carolina -- Cases. : North Carolina in the 19th century : the great ecclesiastical trial of J. Williams Thorne, representative from Warren County, who was expelled for opinion sake, by the House of Representatives of North Carolina, on February 24th, 1875.
Blasphemy -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The lands mourning for vaine swearing, or, The downe-fall of oathes. : Declaring how this land groaneth vnder the burden of this sinne, and of Gods fearefull iudgements that attend it. A sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the 11 of Iuly, 1613. / By Abraham Gibson.
Blasphemy -- Silesia. : A Full and true relation, of Count Martini, in Silesia, [electronic resource] : who was transformed into a dog, all but the head, which you will see in the cut, hereunto annexed. : Was occasioned by way of striving for worldly pelf, ruining his subjects, and blaspheming his Lord and Creator. : [Four lines of verse]
Buildings -- Blast effects -- England -- London. : Air raid damage in London [electronic resource] : being a record of the effect of aircraft attack on certain public and private buildings, with map showing where bombs fell ; also maps showing where bombs fell on the cities of Paris and Venice / prepared by E.C.P. Monson and Ellis Marsland.