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A faithful account of the manner of the election of Sir William Poultney, and Sir William Waller, Knights : to serve as members of the ensuing Parliament at Oxford, for the city of Westminster, and the liberties thereof, upon Thursday the 10th of Feb   1681 1
A faithful account, of the present state of affairs in England, Scotland, and Ireland:, or, The remarkable transactions and proceedings that have happened in these kingdoms, since the discovery of the horrid popish plot, anno 1678. to this present ye   2
A faithful account of the race : African American historical writing in nineteenth-century America   3
A faithful account of the religion and manners of the Mahometans. In which is a particular relation of their pilgrimage to Mecca, the Place of Mahomet's Birth; and a Description of Medina, and of his Tomb there: As likewise of Algier, and the Cou   2
Faithful account of the religion and manners of the Mohammetans. / Pitts, Joseph, 1662 or 1663-approximately 1735.  2012 1
A Faithful account of the renewed persecution of the churches of Lower Aquitaine in France in the year 1692 : to which is prefixed a parallel between the ancient and new persecutors, or the portraicture of Lewis XIV in some of his cruelties and barba   1692 1
A faithful account of the riot in Vienna : the 13th of April, 1798, occasioned by the French ambassador's hoisting in that city the national flag of France. By an eye witness. Translated from the original German, published at Vienna, April 23d, 1798.   1798 1
A faithful account of the sickness, death, & burial of Capt. William Bedlow, who dyed August the 20th and was buried August the 22d, 1680 : with many other circumstances thereunto relating : taken from the testimony of his wife, and many other of his   3
A Faithful account of the taking the bridge, and beating down the Irish town of Athlone, which stands on the other side of the Shannon : with a perfect diary of every days several actions before the said Irish town, &c. : as also, the welcome news fr   1691 1
A faithful account of what past in Convocation, Febr. the 19th 1701/2. In a second letter to a friend.   1702 1
Faithful admonisher.   1659 1
Faithful admonition of a certeyne true pastor and prophete.   1554 1
A faithful admonition of a certeyne true pastor and prophete : sent vnto the Germanes at such a time as certain great princes went about to bryng alienes into Germany, [and] to restore the papacy; the kingdom of Antichrist. [Et]c Now tra[n]slated   1554 1
A faithful advertisement to all good patriots of the United-Provinces : in the present conjunctures since the death of the Prince of Orange. / Englished by the Dutch-copie.  1650 1
Faithful advice from England. By an Honest Scots-man.   1706 1
Faithful advice, from several ministers of the Gospel.   1700 1
Faithful advice to the livery of London : and freeholders of Great Britain. Containing: I. Some considerations and cautions to be used at the election of magistrates, but especially of Members to serve in Parliament. II. To those on whom the majority   1724 1
Faithful agents / 131 --13-1  2003 1
The faithful ally / by Eric Linklater.  1954 1
Faithful analist.   1660 1
The faithful analist, or, The epitome of English history : giving a true account of the affairs this nation from the building of the tower of London in the day of William the Conquerour to the throwing down the gates of the said city by the command o   1660 1
The faithful analist:, or, The epitome of the English history: giving a true accompt of the affairs of this nation, from the building of the tower in London, in the days of William the Conquerour, to the throwing down the gates of the said city, by t   1660 1
Faithful & approved minister a very blessed man.   1727 1
The faithful & approved minister a very blessed man. Or, The work of Christ's ministers described; and their faithful application unto it urged: with a regard to the divine approbation and its consequents. In a sermon preached at the ordination o / [electronic resource] : By Benjamin Lord, M.A. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]  1727 1
Faithful and authentic account of the siege and surrender of St. Philip's fort.   1757 1
A faithful and authentic account of the siege and surrender of St. Philip's Fort : in the Island of Minorca. Containing, every particular occurrence and remarkable incident during the Defence of that important Fortress. Also, containing an account of   2
Faithful and Christian exhortation to repentaunce, and to leade a life in the feare of God.   1578 1
Faithful and clear discovery of the operations of the spirit in the hearts of the saints.   1659 1
Faithful and conscientious account for subscribing the engagement.   1650 1
The faithful and diligent Christian described and exemplified, or, A sermon (with some additions) preached at the funeral of the Lady Elizabeth Brooke, the relict of Sir Robert Brooke : to which is annexed ... an account of the life and death of that / by Nath. Parkhurst ...  1684 1
Faithful and diligent servant of the Lord.   1677 1
The faithful and diligent servant of the Lord, blessed at the coming of his Lord : as it was lately unfolded in a funeral discourse on the death of Mr. Thomas Cawton : and now on the earnest desire of the hearers published by H. Hurst.   1677 1
A faithful and exact narative of the horrid tragedy; lately acted at Thorn, in Polish Prussia; by the contrivances and instigation of the Jesuits... To which is added a prospect of the said horrid tragedy, on a large copper-plate.   3
Faithful and exact narrative of the horrid tragedy lately acted at Thorn.   3
A faithful and exact narrative of the horrid tragedy lately acted at Thorn : in Polish Prussia, by the contrivances and instigation of the Jesuits. With An Account of the Generous, Just, and Seasonable Interposition of their Britannick and Prussian M   1725 1
Faithful and fearless : moving feminist protest inside the church and military / Mary Fainsod Katzenstein.  1998 1
A faithful and full account of the surprising life and adventures of the celebrated Doctor Sartorius Sinegradibus. : As also of the many wonderful operations he performs in this city.   1750? 1
Faithful and full account of the surprizing life and adventures of the celebrated Dr. Sartorius Sinegradibus.   1750? 1
A faithful and full account of the surprizing life and adventures of the celebrated Dr. Sartorius Sinegradibus : As also of the many wonderful operations he performs in this city. Extracted from the works of the celebrated Rabelais. .   1749 1
A faithful and impartial account of the behaviour of a party of the Essex free-holders, at their late election of Parliament-men (at Chelmsford) for that county : occasioned by a most false and scandalous pamphlet, intituled The Essex excellency : in   1679 1
A Faithful and impartial account of the proceedings in the case of James, Duke of Monmouth.   1682 1
Faithful and just account of the aims of all parties now pretending.   1659 1
A faithful and loving warning to all people, to turn to the Lord : while their day of salvation lasts. Chiefly intended for the inhabitants of the town of Falmouth. By T. G.   1709 1
Faithful and true account how a child of five days old was heard to speak several words distinctly, and with a loud and manly voice.   1678 1
A faithful and true history of the life and actions of K. John.   1708 1
A faithful and true witenss to the light of Jesus Christ, or, Word of faith within in the heart and conscience : proving that God alwayes did, and doth reveal himself in it, and through it to the sons and daughters of men, that they may believe and b / Christopher Taylor.  1675 1
The faithful and unfaithful minister contrasted.   1769 1
The faithful and wise servant : discovered in a sermon preached to the Parliament of the commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, at their late private fast in the Parliament House, Jan. 9, 1656 / by Matthew Barker ...  1657 1
A faithful and wise servant, had in honour, throughout the churches. A discourse occasioned by the much lamented death of the Rev. Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. Hollis Professor of Divinity in Harvard College, Cambridge; who departed this life, Janua   2
The faithful and wise steward : A sermon preached at Sheffield, January 1, 1755. at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Cowper and Mr. Monteith. By James Sloss, A.M. With Mr, Monteith's Confession of faith. And a charge by the Reverend Mr. Scott. .   1755 1
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