Bereavement Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : A token for mourners: or, The advice of Christ to a distressed mother bewailing the death of her dear and only son. : Wherein the boundaries of sorrow are duly fixed, excesses restrained, the common pleas answered, and divers rules for the support of Gods afflicted ones prescribed / by J.F. preacher of the Gospel of Christ at Dartmouth in Devon.; Flavel, John,
Bereavement Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : A Christian consolatory letter / written by a reuerend pastour and minister of Gods word, to one of his louing parishioners and friends, vpon occasion of Gods visitation of the said pastors house with the pestilence, within two miles of London; I. L.
Berg Amiens : The True relation of the most barbarous and bloody murther of Thomas Thinn, Esq., who was shot in his coach by several outlandish ruffians, on the 12th of this instant Feb., 1681 : with an account of the taking five persons upon suspition of being concerned in the murther, whose names are Christopher Uval, Phrederick Herbert, John Sterne, Amiens Berg, George Boriskie, who were examined before the King and Council, and thereupon committed to Newgate, where they remain in order to their tryals.
Berg W Van Den : De as van de Romantiek : opstellen aangeboden aan prof. dr. W. van den Berg bij zijn afscheid als hoogleraar Moderne Nederlandse Letterkunde aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam / redactie, K.D. Beekman, M.T.C. Mathijsen-Verkooijen, G.F.H. Raat.
Bergamin Jose : Jose Bergamin : a critical introduction 1920-1936.; Dennis, Nigel,
Bergen Op Zoom Netherlands History Siege 1622 : A iournall or daily register of all those warlike atchieuements which happened in the siege of Berghen-up-Zoome in the Low-countries : betweene the armies of the Marquesse Spinola assaylants, and the Prince of Orange, defendants, of the said towne; together with the raising of the siege. In the end is added two letters, which discouer the errours fore-conceiued of the successe of that siege, and the after-designes of the Spanish armies, if they had taken in Bergen: with some particular accidents of warre, which were occasions of mirth to the beholders. All faithfully translated out of the original Low-Dutch copie.