Packard, Theophilus, 1802-1885 : Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial, and self-defence from the charge of insanity; or, Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to afford legal protection to married women [microform].
Packard, Theophilus, 1802-1885 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Great disclosure of spiritual wickedness!! in high places [electronic resource] : with an appeal to the government to protect the inalienable rights of married women / written under the inspection of Dr. M'Farland, superintendent of Insane Asylum Jacksonville, Illinois.
Packe, Christopher, Sir, 1593?-1682. : Peitharchia [electronic resource] : obedience to magistrates, both supreme and subordinate. In three sermons, preached upon the anniversarie election-day of three Lord Majors successively, viz. Sr. Thomas Viner, elected, September 29. 1653. Sr. Christopher Pack, on the same day, 1654. Alderman John Dethicke Esq. now Lord Elect, chosen the same day. 1655. At the church of Lawrence Jewrie London, together with a fourth sermon tending towards a description of the corruption of the mind, preacht at Pauls on the 24th day of June, 1655. / By Richard Vines.
Packer, Daniel. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 56 [electronic resource] : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Packer family -- Early works to 1800. : The Holy Bible, [electronic resource] : containing the Old Testament and the Nevv: / newly translated out of the originall tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and reuised, by his Maiesties speciall commandement. ; Appointed to be read in churches..
Packer, Joseph-Bill, 1720-1773. : A journal of the life and travels of Joseph-Bill Packer. [electronic resource] : Now under sentence of death in the City-Hall of Albany, / written by himself, and published at his request.
Packer, William, fl. 1644-1660. : The upright mans vindication: or, An epistle writ by John Lilburn Gent. prisoner in Newgate, August 1. 1653. [electronic resource] Unto his friends and late neighbors, and acquaintance at Theobalds in Hartford-shire, and thereabouts in the several towns adjoyning; occasioned by Major William Packers calumniating, and groundlesly reproaching the said Mr John Lilburn.