Bacon Francis 1561 1626 Historie Of The Raigne Of King Henry The Se : The Lord Bacons relation to the sweating-sickness examined, in a reply to George Thomson, pretender to physick and chymistry : together with a defence of phlebotomy in general, and also particularly in the plague, small-pox, scurvey, and pleurisie, in opposition to the same author, and the author of Medela medicinæ, Doctor Whitaker, and Doctor Sydenham : also, a relation concerning the strange symptomes happening upon the bite of an adder, and, a reply by way of preface to the calumnies of Eccebolius Glanvile / by Henry Stubbe ...; Stubbe, Henry,
Bacon Francis 1561 1626 Letter Written Out Of England To An English : A defence of the Catholyke cause : contayning a treatise in confutation of sundry vntruthes and slanders, published by the heretykes, as wel in infamous lybels as otherwyse, against all english Catholyks in general, & some in particular, not only concerning matter of state, but also matter of religion: by occasion whereof diuers poynts of the Catholyke faith now in controuersy, are debated and discussed. VVritten by T.F. With an apology, or defence, of his innocency in a fayned conspiracy against her Maiesties person, for the which one Edward Squyre was wrongfully condemned and executed in Nouember ... 1598. wherewith the author and other Catholykes were also falsly charged. Written by him the yeare folowing, and not published vntil now, for the reasons declared in the preface of this treatyse.; Fitzherbert, Thomas,
Bacon Nathaniel 1648 1676 : Strange news from Virginia : being a full and true account of the life and death of Nathanael Bacon, Esquire, who was the only cause and original of all the late troubles in that country : with a full relation of all the accidents which have happened in the late war there between the Christians and Indians.
Bacon Robert 1611 Or 12 : Impudency and ranterism rebuked : and the Quakers sincerity vindicated from a most unjust imputation of prevarication, cast upon them by Robert Rich and R. Bacon; whose spirits are discovered in this answer, which is published for the truth sake / by G. Roberts.; Roberts, Gerard,
Bacon Robert M A Spirit Of Prelacie Yet Working : A vindication of the magistrates and ministers of the city of Gloucester, : from the calumnies of Mr. Robert Bacon, in his printed relation of his usage there, which he intitles, The spirit of prelacy yet working, or truth from under a cloud. Together with ten questions discussed, which tend to the discovery of close antinomianisme. / By John Corbet minister, and chaplain to Major generall Massie. Published by authority.; Corbet, John,
Bacon William A Key To Helmont : The wards of the key to Helmont proved unfit for the lock, or, The principles of Mr. William Bacon examined and refuted : and the honour and value of true chymistry asserted / by John Case ...; Case, John,
Bacons Rebellion 1676 Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Virginia : being a full and true account of the life and death of Nathanael Bacon, Esquire, who was the only cause and original of all the late troubles in that country : with a full relation of all the accidents which have happened in the late war there between the Christians and Indians.