Bowdler Richard : A briefe of Morgans bill in Parliament. : George Morgan, plaintiffe. [brace] William Megges, William Turnor, Richard Bowdler, Thomas Jhones, Sir John Bourcher Knight, William Essington, Robert Barley, [brace] defendants. And Richard Bowdler plaintiffe, and George Morgan defendant..; Morgan, George,
Bower Sarah : Dreadful news from Wapping: being a further relation of the sad and miserable condition of Sarah Bower : a young girl, of about fourteen years of age, who is unhappily, at present, posses'd with an evil spirit, by Wapping New-Stairs, near the Chappel. All faithfully related by Richard Kirby, student in physick and astrology, who hath visited her. Licensed according to order.; Dirby, Richard,
Bowes Jerome Sir 1616 : A true report of the horrible murther, which was committed in the house of Sir Ierome Bowes, Knight, on the 20. day of February, anno Dom. 1606 : With the apprehension, detection, and execution of the offenders.
Bowker James Active 1668 1684 : A faire in Spittle Fields, where all the knick knacks of astrology are exposed to open sale, to all that will see for their love; and buy for their money. : Where, first Mr. William Lilley presents you with his pack, wherein he hath to sell. 1. The introduction, 2. Nativities caluclated, 3. The great ephimeredies, 4. Monarchy, or no monarchy 5. The caracture of K. Charles, 6. Annus Tenebrosus. Second, Nicholas Culpeper, brings under his veluet jacket. 1. His chalinges against the docttors [sic] of phuisick, [sic] 2. A pocket medicine, 3. An almanack, & conjuring circle, Third Mr. Bowker unlocked his pack, wherein is, 1. The 12. signes of the zodiack 2. The 12. houses, 3. The 7. planets, 4. The yeares predictions, and the starry globe. / Written by J.B. Gent. ...; J. B.
Bowland Forest Of England : The forest of Bowland : a study in continuity with particular reference to the Dark Age and medieval periods : being a thesis.; Higham, Mary Catherine.
Bowles George Lord Mayor Of London : The tryumphs of honor and industry : A solemnity performed through the City, at confirmation and establishment of the Right Honorable, George Bovvles, in the office of his Maiesties lieuetenant, the Lord Mayor of the famous Citty of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going, and proceeding after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow next after Simon and Iudes day, October 29. 1617.; Middleton, Thomas,
Bowles John Mr : The deplorable case of great numbers of suffering subjects, concerned in the ships and vessels employed in Their Majesties transport-service : humbly offerred to the High Court of Parliament now assembled.
Bowles Martha 1699 : A Full and true account of a most barbarous murther and robbery committed by John Davis on the body of Esq. Bowles's lady, at Cleaver, near Windsor ...
Bowles Paul 1910 1999 : An invisible spectator : a biography of Paul Bowles.; Sawyer-Laucanno, Christopher.
Bowles Paul 1910 1999 Travel Africa North : Their heads are green and their hands are blue : scenes from a non-Christian world / Paul Bowles ; with an introduction by Edmund White ; with photographs by the author.; Bowles, Paul,
Bowles Samuel 1826 1878 : Our new West : records of travel between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean : over the plains--over the mountains--through the great interior basin--over the Sierra Nevadas--to and up and down the Pacific coast : with details of the wonderful natural scenery, agriculture, mines , business, social life, progress, and prospects of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia : including a full description of the Pacific railroad, and of the life of the Mormons, Indians, and Chinese / by Samuel Bowles.; Bowles, Samuel,
Bown George Physical Force : Moral force [electronic resource] : a reply to an address entitled Physical force / by a working man.; Working man.
Bowne Martin Tithes Re Mounted And Advanced By The Word Of God For The Mini : The husbandmans plea against tithes. Or, Two petitions presented unto the House of Commons assembled in Parliament: : by divers freeholders, and other freemen of Hertfordshire, with the parts adjacent of Bedford and Buckinghamshires for the taking away of tithes. And the matter of the said petitions is reduced unto two propositions, or generall heads, and reasons to confirm them. And also the said petitioners answers unto certain objections made by the ministers and impropriators that would continue tithes upon the husbandman. Published by some of the said petitioners whose names are set down in the latter end of this book, for the vindication of themselves and their fellows, from the reproach cast upon them by the writer of a book, intituled, Plain English, &c. Printed 1646. And the reproach cast upon them by the author of another book, intituled, Tithes re-mounted, &c.