Butler Mary Active 1700 : The tryal and conviction of Mary Butler, alias Strickland : at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, in London, on the 12th day of October, 1699. For counterfeiting a bond of 40000 l. as the bond of Sir Robert Clayton, kt. and alderman of London.
Butler Mary Defendant : The tryal and conviction of Mary Butler, alias Strickland [electronic resource] : at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily in London, on the 12th day of October, 1699, for counterfeiting a bond of 40000 l. as the bond of Sir Robert Clayton, Kt. and alderman of London.; Butler, Mary,
Butler Max : Kingpin : how one hacker took over the billion-dollar cybercrime underground / Kevin Poulsen.; Poulsen, Kevin,
Butler Pierce 1807 1867 : Butler Plantation Papers [microform] : The papers of Pierce Butler (1744-1822) and successors from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.; Butler, Pierce,
Butler Pierce Mason 1798 1847 : Butler Plantation Papers [microform] : The papers of Pierce Butler (1744-1822) and successors from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.; Butler, Pierce,
Butler Richard 1695 : A full and true account of the penitent behaviour, last dying words, & execution of Mr. Edmund Allen, gent. : who was condemned at the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, for abusing his ... wife by cruelly beating her ... and inhumanely poysoning of her ... : with a relation of the reprieve of Mr. Richard Buttler, who was likewise order'd to be executed ... on Friday, the 19th of ... July, 1695 : vvith Mr. Allen's last words, &c.
Butler Thomas Gunpowdermaker : Iohn by the prouidence of God Bishop of London, to all parsons, vicars, curates and churchwardens within the Cittie of London, and the counties of Middlesex and Essex, greeting : whereas this bearer Thomas Butler of the towne of Colchester ...; Church of England.
Butlers : The footman's guide [electronic resource] : containing plain instructions for the footman and butler, for the proper arrangement and regular performance of their various duties, in large or small families : including the manner of setting-out tables, sideboards, &c., &c., the art of waiting at table, and superintending large and small breakfast, dinner, and supper parties, directions for cleaning and preserveng plate, glass, furniture, clothes, etc. and for delivering and receiving cards and messages, and other useful information / by James Williams.; Williams, James.
Buts Joan : An Account of the tryal and examination of Joan Buts, for being a common witch and inchantress, before the Right Honourable Sir Francis Pemberton, Lord Chief Justice, at the assizes holden for the burrough of Southward and county of Surrey, on Monday, March 27, 1682
Butt Jeremiah : Good deeds done for God's house, or, A sermon preached on the occasion of the death of Dr. Jeremiah Butt one of the physicians appointed for Their Majesties fleet / by Ed. Veal.; Veel, Edward,
Butt John Everett : Imagined worlds : essays on some English novels and novelists in honour of John Butt / edited by M. Mack and I. Gregor.
Butter Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. : A proclamation to enable the transporting of butter from the Northern parts, according to his Majesties former licence. Whereas the Kings most excellent Majestie by letters patents under the Great Seal of England, bearing date the eleuenth day of May, in the sixth yeer of his reign, did giue licence to Robert Terwhit Esquire, for buying of three thousand and two hundred barrels of English butter yeerly ...; England and Wales.