Baker Anne : Witchcrafts, strange and wonderfull: : discovering the damnable practices of seven witches, against the lives of certaine noble personages, and others of this kingdome, as shall appeare in this lamentable history. ; With an approved triall how to finde out either witch or any apprentice to witch-craft..
Baker Augustine : Memorials of Father Augustine Baker.; McCann, Philip Justin.
Baker Ella 1903 1986 : Dream a little : land and social justice in modern America / Dorothee E. Kocks.; Kocks, Dorothee E.,
Baker George 1665 : Christs last call to his glorified saints, or, A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Waterford upon the 19 day of November, 1665, at the funeral of the late Right Reverend Father in God, George Lord Bishop of Waterford and Lismore / by Daniel Burston.; Burston, Daniel.
Baker George 1679 : A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. George Baker / first preached and then published, at the earnest desire of his relations, by Nathanael Vincent ...; Vincent, Nathanael,
Baker Harriet A : The colored lady evangelist : [being the life, labors and experiences of Mrs Harriet A. Baker].; Acornley, John H.
Baker Herbert Sir : Indian summer : Lutyens, Baker and imperial Delhi.; Irving, Robert Grant.
Baker John Active 1680 1717 : Advertisement to gentlemen. : Whereas Hudibras, in three parts, written by Mr. Samuel Butler, has hitherto been printed on a scandalous paper ... it is now printed on a very fine paper ... illustrated with 19 cutts ... taken from the original, and finely engraven, as all persons allow who have seen it, notwithstanding the false insinuations of Mr. Jacob Tonson, in the Gazette of Tuesday Novemb. 22. 1709, which are design'd only to hinder the sale of the said book ... This edition is sold ... by John Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-noster-Row..
Baker Samuel 1660 : The Articles and charge proved in Parliament against Doctor Walton, minister of St. Martins Orgars in Cannon Street : vvherein his subtile tricks and popish innovations are discovered : as also the consultations and assistance he hath had therein by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Rochester, Mr. Brough, and Mr. Baker to effect the same : as also his impudence in defaming the honourable members of the House of Commons by scandalous aspersions and abusive language.
Baker Thomas 1624 Or 5 1690 : The geometrical key, or, The gate of equations unlock'd : a new discovery of the construction of all equations, howsoever affected, not exceeding the fourth degree, viz., of linears, quadratics, cubics, biquadratics ... / by Tho. Baker.; Baker, Thomas,
Baker Thomas 1624 Or 5 1690 Clavis Geometrica : The geometrical key: or, The gate of aequations unlockt. : A new discovery of the constructions of all aequations howsoever affected, not exceeding the 4th degree; viz. of linears, quadratics, cubics, and biquadratics, and the finding of all their roots as well true as negative, without the use of mesolabe, and trisection of angles; without reduction ... / By Thomas Baker, rector of Bishop Nympton.; Baker, Thomas,
Baker Thomas 1721 Or 22 : Piracy and diplomacy in seventeenth-century North Africa : the journal of Thomas Baker, English consul in Tripoli, 1677-1685 / edited, with an introduction by C.R. Pennell.
Baker William 1678 Or 9 1733 : The confession and execution as well of the several prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of April 1678 : At which time were executed Joseph Wright, Thomas Bateman, William Baker, Thomas Davies, William Dukes. James Crouch, and George Dogget. As also the burning of Jane Pratt in Smithfield, for clipping, washing, filing, and diminishing the Kings coyn; who was in Newgate about a year ago on suspition of the same fact. With an account of their behaviour in prison, and last speeches at the place of execution. This may be printed. Ro. L'Estrange.
Baker William 1691 : Everlasting blessedness : a sermon preached at the funeral of ... Mr. William Baker, who left this vale of tears, and was received to heavenly joyes, the 14th day of October, 1691 ... / by Edward Dent.; Dent, Edward.
Baker William A : William Avery Baker : a tribute from his friends.; Ronnberg, Erik A. R.
Bakers And Bakeries Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Artachthos or A new booke declaring the assise or weight of bread : not onely by troy weight, according to the law, but by avoirdupois weight the common weight of England at what price soever, not exceeding five pound the quarter of wheate, shall be sold in the market and conteining divers orders and articles made and set forth by the right honourable the Lords and others of his Majesties most honourable privie Councell, for the making and assising of all sorts of bread lawfull and vendible, within this realme ... whereunto is prefixed a briefe and plaine introduction to the art of numeration ... And lastly hereunto is added. A true relation or collection of the most remarkeable dearths and famines which have happened in England since the comming in of William the Conquerour, as also the rising and falling of the price of wheate and other graine, with the severall occasions thereof.; Penkethman, John.
Bakers And Bakeries Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation James R. : Whereas it hath been represented to us in our councel, that the bakers of this our city of Dublin, (who by vertue of their charter from us, do pretend to exclude all such as are not free of their fraternity, ...; England and Wales.
Bakers And Bakeries Law And Legislation England : The assize of bread : together with sundry good and needfull ordinances for bakers, brewers, inholders, victualers, vintners, and butchers, and also other assizes in weight sand measures ... : whereunto there are also added, sundry good and needfull orders, in making and retayling of all kinds of lawfull breads ... : newly corrected and enlarged from twelve pence the quarter of wheate, unto three pound and sixe pence the quarter, according to the rising and falling of the price thereof in the market, by six pence altring in euery quarter of wheate.; Powel, John,
Bakers And Bakeries Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : The baker and brewers warning-piece. Or, excellent orders to be observed, by such as shall be appointed to serve the markets with corn, meal, and other grain, for relief of the poor people : The officers appointed to be present in the market, to see poor citizens, tradesmen, and others, releived upon reasonable prices: the admirable edict made against ingrossers; and a most Christian order touching bakers and brewers, for the performing of their due weight and measure; with penalties to be inflicted npon [sic] unlawful exactions. As also, a rule and precept for the ministers and magistrates, to be observed in their several parishes, concerning taverns, inns, and ale-houses.
Bakers Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The Sommerset-shire damsel beguil'd, or, The bonny baker chous'd in his bargain : the baker wedded her in hast, and after that was done, [double bracket] she brought him e're five months space a daughter and a son. : To the tune of, The two English travellers.
Bakery Artistic Network : Idea in action : The Bakery / editors, Christine Peters, Richard Siegal, Dieta Sixt ; contributors, Tim Etchells [and eight others].
Bakewell Thomas 1618 Or 19 : An answer to nine arguments. Written by T. B. : Wherein is plainly from the scriptures shewed, the weaknesse of his arguments, whereby he undertakes to prove both the Church and Ministry of England true; as likewise describing the nature and properties of a true Church and Ministry. Written long since by that faithfull servant of God and his countrey, John Lilburne Lieftenant [sic] Collonell: and now published for further good, by a well-willer to him and the truth.; Lilburne, John,
Bakewell Thomas 1618 Or 19 Confutation Of The Anabaptists With A : The nutcracker crackt by the Nutt, : and the backers cake starke dow: being the vindication of honest men, from the scandalous aspersions of Thomas Bakewell the baker in hanging-sword court neere Fleetestreete Conduite. ... in his learned book called the confutation of the Anabaptists, with a nut-cracker. The which is crackt by the nut against whom it was made, who admonisheth Bakewell to turne to his old trade of bakinge again; and mend his manners therein: ... Thus in this following discourse you shall see the slanderous lyer found out: the fool answered according to his foolishnesse, and the bakers cake starke dow: / by Thomas Nutt.; Nutt, Thomas,