Bate Henry Parliamentarian : Prince Charles sailing from Callice, towards the north of England : in a great ship of 35 peece of ordnance with five ships more, with Prince Rupert, Generall Ruthen, the Earl of Branford, the Lord Hopton, the Lord Wilmot, and divers other lords and gentlemen. Also the princes vvarrants, taken by Sir Miles Livesley. And a further victory against the Duke of Buckingham, by Col: Scroop, who hath slain Sir Lyonell Digbey his son, 2 collonels, and taken Sir Gilbert Gerrard, and 5 collonels and majors, and Col: Coventry taken with a coach and 6 horses, and the Duke of Buckingham fled with 60 horse. With a list of the collonels & officers names kild & taken. Also the Earl of Holland his speech to the souldiers when they took him in his chamber.
Bate Randal : Cartain obseruations of that reuerend, religious and faithfull servant of God, and glorious martyr of Iesus Christ, Mr. Randal Bate, which were part of his daily meditations in the time of his sufferings, whilst he was prisoner in the gatehouse at Westminster
Bate Raymond H : A stratigraphical index of British ostracoda / edited by Raymond H. Bate and Eric Robinson.
Bate Raymond Holmes : Fossil and recent ostracods. editors / editors. R.H. Bate, E. Robinson and L.M.Sheppard.
Bately Janet : The Old English Orosius / edited by J. Bately.
Bately Janet M : The literary prose of King Alfred's reign : translation or transformation? : an inaugural lecture in the Chair of English Language and Medieval Literature delivered at University of London King's College on 4th March 1980.