Bamburgh Castle England : Bamburgh Castle : the archaeology of the fortress of Bamburgh, AD 500 to AD 1500 : an archaeological investigation of Bamburgh Castle's hidden past / written by Graeme Young ; edited by Paul Gething.; Young, Graeme.
Bampfield Francis 1615 Or 16 1683 Paggnosia Pantechnia Pansop : Beth Chakmoth The house of vvisdom. : Beth Bnai Ha Nebáhim The house of the sons of the prophets: Beth Ha Midrash An house of exquisite enquiry, and of deep research, where the mind of Jehovah Ælobim in the Holy Scriptures of truth ... is diligently studied, faithfully compared ... In the one book of books, the word of Christ, copied out, and commented upon, in created beings. As a second essay, in pursuit of the same design, held forth in a former treatise, intituled All in One: by the same author ...; Bampfield, Francis,
Banach Spaces Congresses : Probability in Banach spaces II : proceedings, of second International Conference, on Probability in Banach Spaces, 18-24 June 1978, Oberwolfach, Germany / edited by A. Beck.; International Conference on Probability in Banach Spaces
Banbury England Fire 1628 Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Sinne no more, or A sermon preached in the parish church of Banbury on Tuesday the fourth of March last past : vpon occasion of a most terrible fire that happened there on the Sabbath day immediatly precedent, and within the space of foure houres was carried from the one end of the towne to the other, with that fury, as continuing to burne all the night, and much of the next day, it consumed 103. dwelling houses, 20. kilnehouses, and other out-houses, to the number of 660. bayes and vpwards, together with so much malt and other graine and commodities, as amounted at the least to the value of twenty thousand pounds. William Whately Vicar of Banbury.; Whately, William,
Banbury England History Military Early Works To 1800 : The last true intelligence from Warwick: : being a certaine relation of the death of the Earle of Lindsey, lord generall of the Kings army, who was sorely wounded upon his being taken prisoner in the late battell neer Banbury. Also an exact relation from the forces of Lincolnshire, which have joyned themselves with the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham in Yorkshire, with their present proceedings in that county against the Earle of Cumberland and the cavaliers.
Banbury Frith 1912 : The lost summer : the heyday of the West End theatre.; Duff, Charles,