Pew, William, -1673. : The penitent murderer, or, An exact and true relation taken from the mouth of Mr. William Ivy (lately executed) concerning the murder by him committed upon the body of William Pew, servant to Sir Robert Long in Westminster, upon Monday the 28th of April 1673 : with the reasons inducing him to that horrid crime, his resolution likewise to have killed the maid, his taking away seven hundred-pound bags, and his manner of disposing them : as also, his tryal, conviction, and condemnation : with his confession of the whole fact, and his contrition for the same, as it was delivered from his own mouth to a particular friend, and by him published, to prevent all false reports.
Pews and pew rights -- Canada. : A complete synopsis of the great pew case, James Johnston (plaintiff) ... appellant, and the minister and trustees of St. Andrew's Church, Montreal (defendants) respondents, from its institution to the final decree of the Supreme Court of Canada [electronic resource] / compiled by R.D. McGibbon.
Pewter -- England. : Illustrated handbook of information on pewter and Sheffield plate : with full particulars of touch marks, maker's marks, etc / by William Redman.
Pewter -- England -- London. : The cries of London : twelve exquisitely sculptured pewter figures portraying the most colourful and best-loved street traders from London's storied past / [John Pinches Limited]
Pewter -- England -- Marks. : Illustrated handbook of information on pewter and Sheffield plate : with full particulars of touch marks, maker's marks, etc / by William Redman.
Pewter -- Forgeries -- Early works to 1800. : A plain abridgment of several statutes in force, which may be effectually put in execution against all pedlers, hawkers and other unlawful traders [electronic resource].
Pewter -- Taxation -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration of sundry grievances concerning tinne and pewter : worthy the serious consideration of the Honourable Houses of Parliament, in the behalfe of the Pewterers, and people of the three kingdomes. / By I.S. A desirer of his countries freedomes.
Pewter -- Taxation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Metal for metal: or, A proposal for a duty upon tin and pewter wrought in plates, dishes, or any other work whatsoever : of one penny upon every pound weight, to be levied as hereunder express'd, from the 1st of January 1695. for sixteen years next following; and the sum of money arising thereby to be applied to make good the loss upon the clipt money.
Pewterers -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Anno. IIII. Henrici octaui. These be the statutes established in diuerse Parliamentes for the mistery of ye pewterers of London : and concerninge the searche of pewter, brasse, and vntrue beames [and] weightes, [and] for deceiuable hawkers, with diverse other orders [and] redresses to be had in the saide mystery, with the renewinge [and?] confirminge of the same statutes.
Peyotism -- Canada. : A culture's catalyst : historical encounters with peyote and the Native American Church in Canada / Fannie Kahan [and four others] ; edited and with an introduction by Erika Dyck.