Page, Jimmy -- Interviews. : Led Zeppelin on Led Zeppelin : interviews and encounters / edited by Hank Bordowitz ; Jonathan Hahn, interior design ; contributors Keith Altham [and thirty eight others].
Page, John, 1738-1783. : The duty of ministers, to preach not themselves, but Jesus Christ, exhibited. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached December 21st. 1763. at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Page, to the pastoral care of the church at Hawke in Kingston, in the province of New-Hampshire. / By Abner Bayley, A.M. Pastor of the church in Salem, New-Hampshire. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Page, John, 1744-1808. : To the citizens of Accomack, Northampton, Elizabeth-City, Warwick and York. [electronic resource] : Friends and fellow-citizens, As I had the honor of being twice elected your representative without opposition, when your counties were added to Gloucester and Mathews to compose a new district ... I trust I shall not be charged with arrogance in offering you my services again as your representative ...
Page, Mary, -1665. : A Relation in part of what passed through a true and faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Mary Page, when she lay upon her bed of sickness, as followeth : with an exhortation to all friends to wait, to dwell in the cross of Christ Jesus, given forth b the same spirit, though through another vessel.
Page, Mary, -1665. -- Early works to 1800. : A relation in part of what passed through a true and faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Mary Page, when she lay upon her bed of sickness : as followeth: with an exhortation to all friends to wait, so dwell in the cross of Christ Jesus, given forth by the same spirit, though through another vessel.
Page, Mary Trotman, -1728. : A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of Dame Mary Page, relict of Sir Gregory Page, Bar. Preached at Devonshire-Square, March 16, 1728. To which is added, a short funeral oration, pronounced at the time of her interment: and an ode sacred to her memory. By Thomas Harrison.
Page, Myra, 1897- : In a generous spirit : a first-person biography of Myra Page / Christina Looper Baker ; foreword by Alice Kessler-Harris ; afterword by Mary Frederickson.
Page, Myra, 1897-1993. : You factory folks who sing this rhyme will surely understand : culture, ideology, and action in the Gastonia novels of Myra Page, Grace Lumpkin, and Olive Dargan / by Wes Mantooth.
Page, Patti. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 11 : profiles of the people in music / Julia M. Rubiner, editor.
Page, Phillip. : To the right reuerend and right honourable the lords spirituall and temporall, assembled in this high and most honourable court of Parliament. : An abstract of the greeuances of Phillip Page against Foxvvell, Hutton, Sherbon, Day, and Cason..
Page, Sarah, 1724 or 5-1786. : Madam Willis's letters, and her character. [electronic resource] : With some strictures op [sic] Madam Ann Stockbridge's: and the character of Madam Sarah Page. : [Eight lines of verse; twenty-three lines of text]
Page, Sherman -- Impeachment. : Journal of the Senate of Minnesota, sitting as a high court of impeachment, for the trial of Hon. Sherman Page, judge of the Tenth Judicial District.