Bolton Edmund 1575 1633 Criticism And Interpretation : Averrunci, or the Skowrers : ponderous and new considerations upon the first six books of the Annals of Cornelius Tacitus concerning Tiberius Caesar / by Edmund Bolton ; edited with introduction and commentary by Patricia J. Osmond and Robert W. Ulery, Jr.; Bolton, Edmund,
Bolton Gavin M : Gavin Bolton's contextual drama : the road less travelled / Margaret R. Burke.; Burke, Margaret R.
Bolton Greater Manchester England Siege 1644 : A Punctuall relation of the passages in Lancashire this weeke : 1. containing the taking of Houghton Tower by the Parliaments forces, and the perfideous trechery of the papists who after they had upon quarter yeelded up the tower, trecherously set fire to a train of powder and blew up Captaine Starkey with above a hundred men, 2. how the Earle of Darbies forces made an on-set on the towne of Boulton, and was driven off with the losse of a hundred men and but eight on the towne side, 3. the taking of the towne and castle of Lancaster by Sergeant major Birch.
Bolton Greater Manchester Siege 1644 Early Works To 1800 : A punctuall relation of the passages in Lancashire this vveeke. : 1 Containing the taking of Houghton Tower by the Parliaments forces, and the perfideous trechery of the papists who after they had upon quarter yeelded up the Tower, trecherously set fire to a traine of powder, and blew up Captaine Starkey with above a hundred men. 2 How the Earle of Darbies forces made an on-set on the towne of Boulton, and was driven off with the losse of a hundred men, and but eight on the towne side. 3 The taking of the towne and castle of Lancaster by Sergeant major Birch.
Bolton John 1775 : A true and tragical song, concerning Captain John Bolton, of Bulmer, near Castle-Howard, : who after a trial of nine hours, at York-Castle, on Monday the 27th of March, 1775, for the wilful murder of Elizabeth Rainbow, an Ackworth girl, his apprentice; was found guilty, and immediately received sentence to be executed at [T]yburn near York on Wednesday following, but on the same morning he strangled himself in the cell where he was confined, and so put a period to his wicked and desperate life. His body was then pursuant to his sentence, given to the surgeons at York infirmary to be dissected and anatomized. To the tune of "Fair lady lay your costly robes aside"
Bolton Lancashire England History Early Works To 1800 : An exact relation of the bloody and barbarous massacre at Bolton in the moors in Lancashire, May 28. By Prince Rupert: / being penned by an eye-vvitnesse, admirably preserved by the gracious and mighty hand of God in that day of trouble. Published according to order.