Demar, John, -1720. : A defence of English commodities. : Being an answer to the Proposal for the universal use of Irish manufactures, and Utterly rejecting and renouncing every Thing that is Wearable that comes from England. Frangimur si Collidimur. To which is annexed, An elegy upon the much lamented death of Mr. Demar, the famous Rich Man, who Died at Dublin the 6th Day of July, 1720. Written by Dean Swift.
Demarcation line of Alexander VI -- Early works to 1800. : The Protestant religion is a sure foundation and principle of a true Christian : and a good subject, a great friend to humane society, and a grand promoter of all virtues, both Christian and moral. / By Charles Earl of Derby, Lord of Mann, and the Isles.
Demarr, James. : Adventures in Australia fifty years ago : being a record of an emigrant's wanderings through the colonies of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland during the years 1839-1844 / by James Demarr.
DeMatteis, J. M. : Something about the author. Volume 180 / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Bristow, Richard, 1538-1581. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : To the seminarye priests lately come ouer : some like gentlemen, some like marchants, some like seruing-men, and some like maymed soldiours: who in wordes speake like angelles of light, but are angelles of darkenes, and so proued in this small pamphlet, who are not to be beleeued against any vnlearned protestant, before they haue aunswered and confuted the author heerof. Which being printed more then x. yeeres past, and to this day not aunswered by Richard Briflowe priest ...
Dembele, Monique. : Monique and the mango rains : two years with a midwife in Mali / Kris Holloway ; John Bidwell, consulting editor.