Blackhead Stephen : A relation of the late wicked contrivance of Stephen Blackhead and Robert Young,. against the lives of several persons, by forging an association under their hands. / Written by the Bishop of Rochester. ; In two parts: the first part being a relation of what passed at the three examinations of the said Bishop by a committee of Lords of the Privy-Council. The second being an account of the two above-mentioned authors of the forgery.; Sprat, Thomas,
Blackmore Richard Sir 1729 Prince Arthur : Remarks on a book entituled Prince Arthur, an heroick poem : with some general critical observations and several new remarks upon Virgil / by Mr. Dennis.; Dennis, John,
Blackwater Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : A bloody fight at Black-Water in Ireland: : where almost 5000. Protestants are put to the sword by the rebels. With a list of the particulars; a relation of the manner; and the names of the chiefe. And a declaration concerning the Arch-bishop of Yorke, and divers gentlemen, and others, that deserted the King, protesting against the proceedings of the Parliaments enemies. And how Major-Generall Mitton hath taken from the Lord Byron two demi-culverins, two murdering-pieces, 200. armes, killed some, and taken divers prisoners, and good store of provisions and ammunition. Printed by the originall papers, and entred into the register booke, and published according to order.
Blackwell Jane 1656 : The blessed estate of them that die in the Lord : opened in a sermon at the funerals of Mistres Jane Blackwel, wife of Master Elidad Blackwel, pastor of Andrew Undershaft, London / by Tho. Manton.; Manton, Thomas,
Blackwell Julian 1640 : The eye of faith open to God : unfolded in a sermon preached at the funerall of that vertuous and religious gentlewoman, Mrs. Julian Blackvvell, together with a narration of her vertuous life and happy death / by John Sedgvvick ...; Sedgwick, John,
Blackwell Ralph Sir : The honour of merchant-taylors : wherein is set forth the noble acts, valliant deeds, and heroick performances of merchant-taylors in former ages, their honourable loves, and knightly adventures ... together with their pious acts and large benevolences, their building of publick structures, especially that of Blackwell-Hall, to be a market place for the selling of woollen cloaths ... / written by VVilliam VVinstanley.; Winstanley, William,