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Parnell, James, 1637?-1656.   3
Parnell, James, 1637?-1656 -- Early works to 1800.   2
Parnell, John, Sir, 1744-1801 -- Correspondence. : [Sir John Parnell correspondence].  2008- 1
  Parnell, Katharine Wood, 1845-1921 -- See O'Shea, Kitty, 1845-1921   1
Parnell, Lee Roy. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 15 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Suzanne M. Bourgoin, editor.  c1996 1
Parnell, Mary, 1756?-1789. : Acquiescence in the divine will, the duty and priviledge of believers. Considered in a sermon delivered in Canterbury, May the 17th, 1789, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Mary Parnell, Wife of Mr. John Parnell, Of Canterbury; Who Departed this Life May the 9th, 1789, Aged 33. By George Townsend, [electronic resource].  1789 1
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.   4
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. -- Biography. : The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.  1791 1
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718 -- Correspondence. : [Thomas Parnell correspondence].  2008- 1
Parnell, Todd, 1947- : The Buffalo, Ben, and me [electronic resource] / Todd Parnell.  c2007 1
Parnell -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Kent Summer Assizes, 1805 [electronic resource] : before the Hon. Chief Justice Mansfield, Mr. Justice Heath, and John Minet Fector, Esq., high sheriff, an account of all the causes tried at Maidstone, and those of any importance fully and accurately detailed / by a short-hand writer.  1805? 1
Parney, Nicholas. : A Wicked and inhumane plot [electronic resource] : of Nicholas Parney, a French dancer living at Westminster, Mistresse Greene, a school-woman at Bednall Greene, Daniel Godlinton, a taylor, his wife, and Matthew Godlinton, his son, inhabitants of Bednall Greene : against Sir Balthazar Gerbier, knight, master of ceremonies to the King : as appeares upon examination of witnesses before the honourable Sir John Conyers and Nathaniel Snape, Esq., on Sept. 23, 1642.  1642 1
Parney, Nicholas -- Early works to 1800. : A wicked and inhumane plot [electronic resource] : of Nicholas Parney, a French dancer, living at Westminster. Mistresse Greene, a school-woman at Bednall Greene. Daniel Godlinton, a taylor, his wife, and Matthew Godlinton, his son, inhabitants of Bednall Greene. Against Sir Balthazar Gerbier, knight, master of ceremonies to the King. As appeares upon examination of witnesses before the honourable, Sir John Conyers, and Nathaniel Snape, Esq; on Sept. 23. 1642.  1642 1
Parnham, Margaret, 1944- : Swimming through treacle : living with Alzheimer's disease / Margaret Parnham.  c2005 1
  Parnkala language -- See Barngarla language   1
  Parnkalla language -- See Barngarla language   1
  Parnkarla language -- See Barngarla language   1
Parnok, Sofi︠i︡a. : Zakatnye ony dni--︠T︡Svetaeva i Parnok / S. Pol︠i︡akova.  c1983 1
Parny, Evariste, 1753-1814 -- Musical settings.   2
Parny, Évariste Désiré de Forges, 1753-1814 : Les poètes créoles du XVIIIe siècle : (Parny, Bertin, Léonard) / Raphaël Barquissau.  1949 1
Parny, Évariste Désiré de Forges, 1753-1814 -- Musical settings. : Chants d'Auvergne [sound recording] / arranged by Canteloube. Trois chants hébraïques ; Chansons madécasses / Ravel.  197-? 1
Paro (Bhutan) -- Maps, Tourist.   2
  Parochial libraries. -- See Church libraries.   1
  Parochial schools -- See Church schools   1
  Parochial vicars -- See Vicars, Parochial   1
  Parodies. -- 2 Related Subjects   2
Parodies.   51
Parodies And Imitations Inchbald Mrs 1753 1821 Wise Man Of The East   2
Parodies, Australian. : The great Australian novel / Murray Gray.  1987 1
Parodies Catholic Church : The Pope's letter to Maddam Cellier [electronic resource] : in relation to her great sufferings for the Catholick cause, and likewise Maddam Celliers lamentation standing on the pillory, and also the Popes commission to Maddam Celliers, for several places of honour for her so well managing the affair on her part hitherto, and if she receive martirdome by the hereticks, acanonization or saintship among the other holy saints.  1680 1
Parodies, Creole. : Les bambous [electronic resource] : Fables de La Fontaine travesties en patois cr⥯le par un vieux commandeur / Fran㯩s Marbot ; pr⥦ace de Rapha襬 Confiant.  2002 1
Parodies -- Early works to 1800.   4
Parodies, English. : The oeconomy of a winter's day [electronic resource].  1750 1
Parodies, English -- 19th century. : Posthumous poems / Algernon Charles Swinburne ; edited by Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise.  1917 1
Parodies English Poetry : Rejected addresses / by Horace and James Smith ; edited with an introdution and notes by Percy Fitzgerald.  1890 1
Parodies English Poetry 19th Century : The genuine rejected addresses, presented to the Committee of management for Drury-Lane Theatre / preceeded by that written by Lord Byron and adopted by the Committee.  1812 1
Parodies, French.   8
Parodies, French -- Translations into English. : Moral tales / Jules Laforgue ; translated, with an introduction, by William Jay Smith.  1985 1
Parodies, German.   11
Parodies, German -- History and criticism.   3
Parodies, Greek.   2
Parodies -- History and criticism.   4
Parodies Ibsen Henrik 1828 1906 : The pocket Ibsen : a collection of some of the master's best-known dramas / condensed, revised, and slightly rearranged for the benefit of the earnest student, by F. Anstey [pseud.] With illustrations by Bernard Partridge.  1895 1
Parodies Imitations Etc Addison Joseph 1672 1719 : A comment upon the history of Tom Thumb [electronic resource].  1711 1
Parodies Imitations Etc Aesops Fables   4
Parodies Imitations Etc Anacreon   7
Parodies Imitations Etc Anacreon Early Works To 1800   10
Parodies Imitations Etc Andersen H C Hans Christian 1805 1875   2
Parodies Imitations Etc Apostles Creed Early Works To 1800   2
Parodies Imitations Etc Artaxerxes I King Of Persia D 425 Or 4 B C Early Works To 1800 : The patriots of Jerusalem petitioning Artaxerxes for a redress of grievances [electronic resource] : a parody: inscribed to the supporters of the bill of rights: by the author of Baalam and his ass; a parody.  1770 1
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