Phillips, William, d. 1683. : This indenture made the twenty fifth day of March, Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and thirty one ... [electronic resource] : Between, the proprietors of a certain tract of land, of the contents of eight miles square, appointed by Maj. William Phillips, heretofore of Saco, in the county of York ... to be laid out for a township: situate lying and being on the western side of Kenebunk-River, adjoyning to the inland head of the township of Wells ... of the one part, and [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] ... on the other part. ...
Phillipsone, Christopher -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time [electronic resource] : with notes and other illustrations / compiled by T.B. Howell.
Phillpotts, Henry, 1778-1869. : An answer to two letters addressed to the late right honourable George Canning, by the Rev. Henry Phil[l]potts, D.D., Rector of Stanhope, on the subject of the Roman Catholic claims [electronic resource] : submitted to the serious attention of persons who conscientiously resist those claims / by a clergyman of the Church of England.
Phillpotts, Henry, 1778-1869. : Remarks on an article in the Edinburgh review, no. 64, entitled "Necessity of parliamentary enquiry" [electronic resource] / by H. Phillpotts ; author of "A letter to the freeholders of the county of Durham," which that article professes to review.
Phillpotts, William John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the proceedings on the visitation of Cathedral Church of Exeter and of dean and chapter thereof by the Right Rev. Frederick Lord Bishop of Exeter, assisted by Sir Henry Singer Keating, one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas, as assessor, on the petition of Chancellor Phillpotts, held in the Chapter House, at Exeter, on the 7th, 8th, & 9th days of January, 1874 [electronic resource] / revised by Arthur Burch.
Philly, John. : Newes out of the east, of the common enemy, who is yet in being in Hungaria and Austria. Or, a true account of the tryals and sufferings, jeopardies and tortourings, which Iohn Philly and William Moore passed through of late in the aforesaid countries.
Philmore, Mary. : A true and perfect relation of a most horrid and bloody murtehr committed by one Philmore's wife in Blew-boar-Court in Field-lane, London, upon the body of her own child : together with the heads of her confession in prison ...