Bishop George 1611 : [Device, belonging to either George Bishop, Christopher Barker, or Robert Barker, of an open book under rays of light issuing from a cloud encircled by the motto, "Dat esse manus superesse Minerva" ]
Bishop George 1668 Throne Of Truth Exalted : The imposter dethron'd, or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to bee Satans seat of lyes : by way of reply to a quaking and railing pamphlet written by Capt. Bishop entituled, The throne of truth exalted over the powers of darkness wherein is briefly hinted the rottenness of the Quakers conversion and perfection ... / by Ralph Farmer.; Farmer, Ralph.
Bishop George Active 1783 : The Case of George Bishop, of Maidstone, manufacturer of Geneva [electronic resource].; Bishop, George,
Bishop Henry Active 1660 1663 : To the Honourable, the Commons of England assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of Samuel Northcot, Thomas Stride, William Swetnam, William Greene, Robert Hutchins, and James Ware, for and on the behalf of themselves and the rest of the old post-masters of England, Wales and Ireland, &c.
Bishop John 1608 : The liues, apprehension, araignment & execution, of Robert Throgmorton. William Porter. Iohn Bishop. Gentlemen : Together with the prayer which themselues made, & exercised both after their co[n]uiction & at their execution, who were al executed at S. Thomas a Watrings, on Fryday being the 26 of Februarie. 1608. for certaine robberies, & a muther [sic] committed on Bagshot-Heath.
Bishop William 1554 1624 Reproofe Of M Doct Abbots Defence Of The C : The true ancient Roman Catholike : Being an apology or counterproofe against Doctor Bishops Reproofe of the defence of the Reformed Catholike. The first part. Wherein the name of Catholikes is vindicated from popish abuse, and thence is shewed that the faith of the Church of Rome as now it is, is not the Catholike faith ... By Robert Abbot ...; Abbot, Robert,
Bishops England 17th Century : A letter sent to an honourable gentleman in way of satisfaction : concerning some slanderous reports lately raised against the bishops and the rest of the clergie of this kingdome.; Hall, Joseph,
Bishops England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A letter sent to an honourable gentleman, in way of satisfaction, : concerning some slanderous reports lately raised against the bishops, and the rest of the clergie of this kingdome.; Hall, Joseph,
Bishops England Anecdotes : The Bishops last vote in Parliament, or, Their supersedeas from both Houses in February, 1641 : who are now wished to attend their flocks, seeing they have time and leasure : or if they will to preach in the tower.
Bishops England Archives : Registrum Simonis de Sudbiria, Diocesis Londoniensis, A.D. 1362-1375 / transcribed and edited by R.C. Fowler.; Catholic Church.
Bishops England Congresses : The cult of St Thomas Becket in the Plantagenet world, c.1170-c.1220 / edited by Paul Webster and Marie-Pierre Gelin.
Bishops England Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : These spirituall verses of Iames Hunt, concerning the down-fall of the ceremonies. : VVhereby the bishops and their clergie have made, as it were, a trade to blinde and deceive the children of God, whom Christ Jesus hath redeemed from the bondage of Hell and corruption, by his suffering upon the crosse, and the power of his resurrection.; Hunt, James,
Bishops England Humour Early Works To 1800 : The bishops last vote in Parliament. Or, Their supersedeas from both Houses, in February, 1641. : Who are now wished to attend their flocke, seeing they have time and leasure. Or if they will to preach in the Tower.