Perkins, William, 1558-1602. Foundation of Christian religion. : An appendix to Mr. Perkins his six principles of Christian religion. [electronic resource] : Touching the more solemn fellowship of Christians, (the church of God) as being a divine institution. Very fit and necessary to be learned by all sorts of people, in these perilous times.
Perkins, William, 1558-1602. Reformed Catholicke. : Maister Perkins reformed Catholique together with Maister Robert Abbots defence thereof [electronic resource] : Largly refuted and the same refutation newly reuiewed and augmented. By William Bishop Doctor of Sorbonne and late Bishop of Chalcedon.
Perlasca, Giorgio, 1910-1992 -- Drama. : Perlasca : the courage of a just man : based on a true story / RAI Trade ; RAI Radiotelevisione presenta un film di Alberto Negrin ; directed by Alberto Negrin ; screenplay by Sandro Petraglia, Stefano Rulli.
Perley, Samuel, 1742-1831. : The business and end of the ministerial office considered and improved. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached January 31, 1765. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Samuel Perley, to the pastoral care of the Presbyterian church and congregation at Hampton-Falls. / By George Leslie, A.M. Pastor of a church at Linebrook. ; [One line from II Corinthians]
Perlstein, Meyer, 1884-1958, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Cohen, Friedlander & Martin Co., plaintiff-respondent, against Benjamin Schlesinger, individually and as president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Meyer Perlstein, Samuel Lefkowitz, Andrew Baroff (the name "Andrew" being fictitious), Israel Feinberg, individually and as president of the Joint Board of Cloakmakers' Unions of the city of New York, Louis Langer, Wolf Flaum, Morris Flaum, Isador Brownfield, Samuel Yanofsky (the name "Samuel" being fictitious), Max D. Danish, George Carminello (the name "George" being fictitious), Philip Muccigrossi (the name "Philip" being fictitious), defendants-appellants [electronic resource] : papers on appeal from an order.