Baghdad Iraq History : The court of the caliphs : when Baghdad ruled the muslim world / Hugh Kennedy.; Kennedy, Hugh
Baghdad Iraq History Siege 1639 1639 Early Works To 1800 : A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke. As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians. Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H.; Zarain,
Bagshaw Christopher 1625 Relatio Compendiosa Turbarum Quas Jesuitae Ang : An appendix to the apologie, lately set forth, for defence of the hierarchie, and subordination of the English Catholike Church, impugned by certaine discontented priestes : Wherin two other bookes or libels of the impugners, the one in English the other in Latin, no lesse intemperate then the former, are examined, and considered, by the priestes that remaine in due obedience to their lawful superior.; Parsons, Robert,
Bagshaw Edward 1629 1671 Brief Enquiry Into The Grounds And Reasons : A non est inventus return'd to Mr. Edward Bagshaw's Enquiry, and vainly boasted discovery of weakness in the grounds of the churches infallibility : also his seditious invectives against the moderate sincerity of Protestants, and savage cruelty against Roman Catholicks repressed / by a Catholick gentleman.; Cressy, Serenus,
Bagshaw Edward 1629 1671 Defense Of The Antidote Against Mr Baxters : A second admonition to Mr. Edward Bagshaw : written to call him to repentance for many false doctrines, crimes, and specially fourscore palpable untruths in matter of fact ... : with a confutation of his reasons for separation ... / by Richard Baxter ...; Baxter, Richard,
Bagshaw Edward 1662 : A narrative of the proceedings in Ireland about Mr. Edward Bagshaw anno 1662.
Bagshaw H A E : Coasting sailorman : a first-hand account of life and trade aboard Thames sailing barges between the years 1915 and 1945 / H.A.E. "Harry" Bagshaw with additional material by Albert V. Bagshaw ; compiled and edited by Richard Walsh.; Bagshaw, H. A. E.
Bahamas History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : To the Right Honourable William, Earl of Craven; John, Earl of Bath; John, Lord Berkley; George, Lord Cartret; Anthony, Lord Ashley; Sir John Colleton, Barronet: being proprietors of Carolina, and the Bahama islands : Thomas Bulkley, a free-holder, inhabitant and merchant of New Providence (one of the said islands) humbly presenteth the following address, viz.; Bulkley, Thomas.