Joseph, Nez Perc⥠Chief, 1840-1904. : Nez Perce Joseph [electronic resource] : an account of his ancestors, his lands, his confederates, his enemies, his murders, his war, his pursuit and capture / by O.O. Howard, brig. gen. U.S.A.
Joseph, of Arimathea, Saint -- Fiction -- Early works to 1800. : The holy disciple [electronic resource] : Or, the History of Joseph of Arimathea. Wherein is contained a true account of his birth; his parents; his country; his education; his piety; and his begging of Pontius Pilate the body of our blessed Saviour, after his Crucisixion, which he buried in a new Sepulchre of his own. Also, the occasion of his coming to England, where he first preached the Gospel at Glastenbury, in Somersetshire, where is still growing that noted White Thorn, which buds every Christmas-Day in the Morning, blossoms at Noon, and fades at Night, on the Place where he pitched his Staff in the Ground. With a full Relation of his Death and Burial. To which is added, Meditations on the Birth, Life, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ.
[Joseph, Patriarch] -- Early works to 1800. : A Review of the moral and political life and administration of the Patriarch Joseph [electronic resource] : With some remarks on the ways and means by him taken to enslaye the Egytian nation, and some reflections on the customs and ceremonies of the ancient Egyptians and Israelites.
Joseph, Raphel. : Several new letters concerning the Jevves [electronic resource] : sent to divers Persons of Quality here in England, being a perfect relation of the miracles wrought by their prophet, the magnificence of their king, with the manner of his entertainment in the court of the Grand Signior.
Joseph (Son of Jacob) -- Legends. : The wiles of women/the wiles of men [electronic resource] : Joseph and Potiphar's wife in ancient Near Eastern, Jewish, and Islamic folklore / Shalom Goldman.
Joseph (Son of Jacob) -- Legends -- Early works to 1800. : The innocent lord; or, The divine providence. [electronic resource] : Being the incomparable history of Joseph. / Written originally in French, and illustrated by the unparallel'd pen of the learned De Ceriziers, almoner to my lord the Kings brother. And now rendred into English by Sir William Lowre Knight.