Masters, John, -- Early works to 1800. : A warning for bad wives: or The manner of the burning of Sarah Elston : Who was burnt to death a stake on Kennington. Common neer Southwark, on Wednesday the 24th of April 1678. For murdering her husband Thomas Elston, the 25th of September last. and likewise the execution and confession of John Masters, and Gabriel Dean his man; who were executed for robbing on the highway. Together with their behaviour, last vvords, and confession at the place of execution. With allowance. Ro. L'Estrange.
Masters, Samuel, : Reflections upon a late book, entituled, The case of allegiance consider'd : wherein is shewn, that the Church of England's doctrine of non-resistance and passive obedience, is not inconsistent with taking the new oaths to Their Present Majesties.
Masterson, Geo. -- Early works to 1800. : A lash for a lyar: or, The stayner stayned. : Being an answer to a false and scandalous pamphlet, entituled The triumph stayned. Lately published by Mr. George Masterson, (pretended preacher of the Gospell at Shore-ditch.) Wherein is contained a cleere discoverie of the said Mr. Mastersons treachery and falshood, there being no lesse then xxj. lyes in the compasse of one sheet of the said pamphlet, as appeares by the testimony of many honest men, given under their hands, and presented to the Parliament, Febr. 21. 1647. / Written by Jah: Norris, a hater of treacherie, and an opposer of tyrannie and injustice.
Masterson, George, : Truths triumph, or Treachery anatomized : being an impartiall discovery of the false, and treacherous information of M. Masterson, pretended minister of Christ at Shoreditch, against L.C.J. Lilburne, and I. Wildman, at the Lords Barre, January 18. 1647. concerning a meeting of severall honest men, in East Smithfield, Ian. 17. &c. In relation to which information, the said L.C. Lilburne stands committed to the Tower, and J. Wildman to the Fleet. With a true narrative of all the passages and discourses that passed at the said meeting / as it was delivered at the Bar of the House of Commons, by J. Wildman, Ian. 19. 1647. Iohn VVildman.
Masterson, James F. : Whole therapist, whole patient : integrating Reich, Masterson, and Jung in modern psychotherapy / Patricia Frisch.
Masterson, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The authentic confessions of William Masterson, the cruel murderer of his father and mother! [electronic resource] : together with a complete account of his various robberies and murders, including that of Mr. Manning of Buffalo and the beautiful Miss Emman Marlin : added to which is the history of that most fiendish murderer and expert burglar and pick-pocket, Thomas Little, the accomplice of Masterson.