B Mr : A description of a prerogative royal : shevving how far a soveraigne may according to the vvord of God require service of his subjects by his prerogative : also how far a subject is to give true obedience unto his soveraigne / by Mr. B. ...
B N : The true character tending to love. Or, A short treatise wherein is shewed how Christians ought to love their Christian brethren, in their affections, words and deeds. / By a lover of charity, B.N. Very usefull and necessary for Christians that are willing to live in love, unity, and peace in these distracted times, wherein so many divisions abound. Viewed and approved by divers worthy men of the City of London.
B S : A letter from a person of quality residing in Kinsale, : with an attestation of the officers of the Parliaments army in Munster, in vindication of the Lord of Inchiquin, Lord President of that province Also, another letter from Colonel William Jephson, relating the present state and condition of Ireland. Published by speciall command.
B S Active 1645 : Innocency cleared, true worth predicated, against false aspertions: : in a letter sent to Mr Henry Burton. From a Christian friend; in defence of Dr Bastwick, one of his quondam fellow sufferers.
B V Active 1625 : The run-awyaes answer : to a booke called, A rodde for runne-awayes. In vvhich are set downe a defense for their running, with some reasons perswading some of them neuer to come backe. The vsage of Londoners by the countrey people; drawne in a picture, artificially looking two waies, (foorth-right, and a-squint:) with an other picture done in lant-skipp, in which the Londoners and countrey-men dance a morris together. Lastly, a runne-awaies speech to his fellow run-awaies, arming them to meete death within the listes, and not to shunne him.
B W Bernard Whetstone : Sir Phillip Sidney, his honorable life, his valiant death, and true vertues : A perfect myrror for the followers both of Mars and Mercury, who (in the right hardie breaking vpon the enemie, by a few of the English, being for the most part gentlemen of honor and name) receiued his deathes wound, nere vnto Sutphen the 22. of September last past, dyed at Aruam the 16. of October following: and with much honor and all possible mone, was solemnely buried in Paules the 16. of February 1586. By G.W. gent. Whereunto is adioyned, one other briefe commemoration of the vniuersall lamentation, the neuer dying praise, and most sollemne funerall of the sayd right hardie and noble knight. By B.W. Esquire. Dedicated, to the right Honorable the Earle of Warwicke, by his Lordships faithfull seruant George Whetstones.