Fencheli, Anna -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Epithalamium in honorem nuptiarum ornatissimi et doctissimi viri D. Conradi Schnabelij, Scholae Lichensis prorectorisfidelissimi: & castissimae virginis Annae Fencheliae, spectatissimi viri Amandi Fenchelii Senatoris Lichesis prudentissimi filiae: celebratarum Lichae 2. Octobris, anno 1581. / Scriptum à Martino Canuto Knardorphio Dano.
Fencing -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The English master of defence [electronic resource] : Or, The gentleman's al-a-mode accomplishment containing the true art of single-repier or small-sword, withal the curious parres, and many more than the vulgar terms of art plainly exprest; with the names of every particular pass, and the true performance thereof; withal the exquisite ways of disarming and enclosing. And all the guards at broad-sword and Quatter-statf, perfectly demonstrated; shewing how the blows, strokes, chops, thro's, flirts, slips and darts, are perform'd; with the true method of travesing. Also the exact rules of wrestling, explaining all the nice holds, both out, and in. Cathes, hugs, trips and locks, after what manner they are taken, and how to be broken. Then like was never publish't before by man in England, but By Zach. Wylde.
Fencing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. : The army and navy gentleman's companion, [electronic resource] : or a new and complete treatise on the theory and practice of fencing. Displaying the intricacies of small-sword play; And Reducing the Art to the most Easy & Familiar Principles by regular progressive Lessons. Illustrated by Mathematical Figures, and Adorned with elegant Engravings after paintings from Life, executed in the most masterly Manner representing every material Attitude of the Art. By J. Mc.Arthur of the Royal Navy.
Fencing -- History. : Les manuels de combat (Fechtbücher et Ringbücher) / par Sergio Boffa, docteur en histoire.
Fencing -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800. : Draw not your sword but to serve the King, preserve your honour, or defend your life. The art of fencing; or The use of the small sword. [electronic resource] : Collected, revised, and enlarged, by James Underwood, Esq.
Fencing -- Pictorial works. : The Art of defence [electronic resource] : in which the several sorts of guards, passes, and disarmes, &c are represented by proper figures with their respective explications.
Fencing -- Technique. : The duellist's companion : a training manual for 17th century Italian rapier / Guy Windsor.
Fencing -- Training -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The fencing-master's advice to his scholar: or, A few directions for the more regular assaulting in schools [electronic resource] : Published by way of dialogue, for the benefit of all who shall be so far advanced in the art, as to be fit for assaulting. By the author of The Scots fencing-master, and Sword-mans vade-mecum.
Fendall, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A speech delivered before the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council [electronic resource] : in the cause of Wilson v. Fendall on appeal from the Arches Court of Canterbury / by Henry Bristow Wilson.
Fendall, Josias, ca. 1620-ca. 1687. : A letter from the chancellour of Mary-land to Col. Henry Meese, merchant in London [electronic resource] : concerning the late troublesin Mary-land.
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715 -- Early works to 1800. : Quakerism a-la-mode, or, A history of quietism, [electronic resource] : particularly that of the Lord Arch-bishop of Cambray and Madam Guyone. Containing an account of her life, her prophecies and visions, her way of communicating grace by effusion to those about her at silent meetings, &c. Also an account of the management of that controversie (now depending at Rome) betwixt the the Arch bishop of Cambray and the Bishop of Meaux, by way of answer to the Arch-bishop's book. / Writ by Messire Jacques Benignes Bossuel [sic], Bishop of Meaux, and one of the French King's Privy Council, and published by his Majesty's authority. Done into English from the original printed at Paris.