Pigments -- Analysis -- Congresses. : Art of the past : sources and reconstructions : proceedings of the first symposium of the Art Technological Source Research study group / edited by Mark Clarke, Joyce H. Townsend and Ad Stijnman.
Pigments industry -- History. : The materiality of color : the production, circulation, and application of dyes and pigments, 1400-1800 / edited by Andrea Feeser, Maureen Daly Goggin and Beth Fowkes Tobin.
Pignon, Laurens, -1449. : Magic and divination at the courts of Burgundy and France : text and context of Laurens Pignon's Contre les devineurs (1411) / by Jan R. Veenstra.
Pignon, Laurens, d. 1449. : Laurens Pignon, OP, confessor of Philip the Good : ideas on jurisdiction and the estates : including the texts of his treatises and Durand of St. Pourçain's De origine iurisdictionum / by A.J. Vanderjagt.
Pigot, George, 1719-1777. -- Correspondence -- Early works to 1800. : The following facts are taken with the utmost fidelity and care : from the consultations of the Presidency of Fort St. George, and Lord Pigot's Letters to the Court of Directors. They are intended as a summary of those principles of government which deprived his Lordship of the chair. To such Proprietors as have neither time nor inclination to wade through a very voluminous Collection of Papers, they will furnish sufficient information to guide their judgments, at the approaching General Court. The warmest friends of Lord Pigot cannot possibly complain of partiality in this publication; for his Lordship, throughout, is permitted to speak for himself.
Pigot, Hugh, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Complete and faithful report of the proceedings of a court martial on Captain Hugh Pigot, C.B., held on baord H.M.S. Hastings, at Sheerness, in May & June, 1834 [electronic resource] / taken in short hand by E. Felkin.
Pigott, Charles, -1794. : The principles of the British Constitution explained; and the right, necessity, and expediency of reform, asserted. : In a series of Letters to the Author of a late Publication, entitled ̀̀the British Constitution Invulnerable.'' By A Friend to the Constitution.
Pigott, Richard, 1828?-1889 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the proceedings upon the committal of Richard Pigott for contempt of court, by certain writings in the "Irishman" newspaper respecting the trial of Robert Kelly (murder of Head-Constable Talbot) at the Dublin Commission Court, November, 1871 [electronic resource] : reported for the government by John Hill.