22 items found

The Orange Way: a long distance walk following the march of Prince William of orange from Brixham to London in 1688 (2003)

Les Ham

Armada 400 newsletter (1987-)

Honiton and William, Prince of Orange (1989)

H. J. Yallop

Postscript to 1688 (1989)

Margery M Rowe

Was there a Dutch department for disinformation in Exeter, November 1688? (1988)

Michael Smith

The Prince it is that's come: the 1688 invasion of South Devon by William of Orange (1984)

Joyce Packe

The expedition of His Highness the Prince of Orange for England. ... ([1688])

N. N. (Pseudonym)

The expedition of His Highness the Prince of Orange for England. ... to the first day of December. In a letter to a person of quality ([1688])

Gilbert Burnet

The Prince of Orange's third declaration (1688)

Hugh Speke (Sir)

William of Orange's expedition to England, 1688 (1981)

Derrick R. Johnson

The declaration of His Highness William Henry, ... Prince of Orange &c. of the reasons inducing him, to appear in armes .. (1688)

William III (King of Great Britain and Ireland)

The march of William of Orange through Somerset with a notice of other local events in the time of King James II A.D.1688 (1892)

Emanuel Green

Exact diary of the late expedition of ... the Prince of Orange (1988)

John Whittle

The expedition of His Highness the Prince of Orange for England. ... to the first day of December. In a letter to a person of quality ([1688])

Gilbert Burnet

A third collection of papers rel;ating to the present juncture of affairs in England ... I. The expedition of the Prince of Orange (1688)

300th anniversary facsimile of 1688 revolution playing cards (1988)

An exact diary of the late expedition of His Illustrious Highness the Prince of Orange, ... By a ... chaplain in the army (1689)

John Whittle

1688: revolution in the family (1988)

Henri Van Der Zee

William of Orange's expedition to England, 1688. (1988)

Derrick R. Johnson

Glorious revolution 1688 (1988)

K. Merle Chacksfield

I will maintain: the story of the glorious revolution ([1987?)

W. Stanley Martin

The Prince of Orange in Exeter, 1688 (1881)

T. W. Windeatt