Frézier, Amédée François, -- Travel -- South America. : A voyage to the South-Sea, and along the coasts of Chili and Peru : in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714. Particularly describing The Genius and Constitution of the Inhabitants, as well Indians as Spaniards: Their Customs and Manners; their Natural History, Mines, Commodities, Traffick with Europe, &c. By Monsieur Frezier, Engineer in Ordinary to the French King. Illustrated with 37 copper-cutts of the Coasts, Harbours, Cities, Plants, and other Curiosities: printed from the author's original plates inserted in the Paris edition. With a postscript by Dr. Edmun Halley, Savilian Professor of Geometry in the University of Oxford. And an account of the settlement, commerce, and riches of the Jesuites in Paraguay.
Friars -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Tvvo short treatises, against the orders of the begging friars, compiled by that famous doctour of the Church, and preacher of Gods word John Wickliffe, sometime fellow of Merton, and master of Ballioll Coll. in Oxford, and afterwards parson of Lutterworth in Lecestershire. Faithfully printed according to two ancient manuscript copies, extant, the one in Benet Colledge in Cambridge, the other remaining in the publike librarie at Oxford.
Friars -- Drama. : The twice chang'd friar / [edition prepared by Siobhan Keenan and checked by John Jowett].
Friars -- Early works to 1800. : Defense of the mendicants / introduction and notes by Robert J. Karris ; translation by Jose de Vinck and Robert J. Karris.
Friars -- France -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : A subtill practise, vvrought in Paris by Fryer Frauncis : who to deceiue Fryer Donnet of a sweet skind nun which he secretly kept, procured him to go to Rome, where he tolde the Pope a notable lie concerning the taking of the king of France prisoner by the Duke de Mayne: for which, they whipt ech other so greeuously in Rome, that they died thereof within two dayes after.