Drury, Dru, 1725-1803. : An introduction to the mammalia, chiefly with reference to the principal families not described at length in the former volumes : with portrait and memoir of Dru Drury / by Charles Hamilton Smith.
Drury, Edward, 1671 or 2- : A vindication of a discourse occasioned by Mr. Boyse's ordination sermon, intituled, The office of a scriptural bishop: from His Remarks in a Postscript to that Sermon, containing an Apology (as he pretends) for the Publication of it. In which the Divine Right of Episcopacy Is further Asserted; And our first Reformers Vindicated from the Imputation of being enclin'd to a Presbyterian Parity. By Edward Drury, A.M.
Drury, Edward, -1723. : A clear account of the ancient episcopacy : proving It to have been Paroghial, and therefore inconsistent with the present Model of Diocesan Episcopacy. Wherein the Several Pretensions for the Divine Right of the Latter are fully examin'd. And Mr. Boyse's Sermon concerning the Scriptural Bishop, and the Postscript to it are defended against Mr. Drury's Vindication of his Answer to it. To which are added, Some Reflections on Mr. Whiston's Citation of Clemens's Epistle, in Favour of the (pretended) Constitutions of the Apostles; shewing that from their Disagreement upon this Head of Episcopacy, those Constitutions plainly appear spurious.
Drury, John, -1659. -- Early works to 1800. : The good man's epitaph : briefly explained & applyed in a sermon at the funeral of Mr. John Drury. / By Thomas Cartwright, M. of A. of Queens College Oxon, and now vicar of Waltham-stow in Essex.
Drury, P. Shelden. : The startling and thrilling narrative of the dark and terrible deeds of Henry Madison and his associate and accomplice, Miss Ellen Stevens [electronic resource] : who was executed by the Vigilance Committee of San Francisco, on the 20th September last / edited by P. Shelden Drury.
Drury, Robert, 1567-1607. : A true report of the araignment, tryall, conuiction, and condemnation, of a popish priest, named Robert Drewrie : at the Sessions house in the old Baylie, on Friday and VVednesday, the 20. and 24. of February: the extraordinary great grace and mercie offered him, and his stubborne, traytorous, and wilfull refusall. Also the tryall and death of Humphrey Lloyd, for maliciouslie murdering one of the Guard. And lastly the execution of the said Robert Drewry, drawne in his priestly habit, and as he was a Benedictine fryer, on Thursdaie following to Tiborne, where he was hanged and quartered.