Barlow Thomas 1607 1691 Pegasus : Two letters written by Mr Harris : in vindication of himselfe from the known slanders of an unknown author. To my reverend friend M. Harris. Sir, it will not (I hope) offend you to see your private letters made publique, it concernes you, and others, to vindicate your selves in the catching age, and the sooner 'tis done the better, chide me if you will, yet I will be yours still, W.T. May 2. 1648.; Harris, Robert,
Barlow Thomas 1607 1691 Popery : A Memento for English Protestants ... : together with a preface by way of answer to that part of the Compendium, which reflects on the Bishop of Lincoln's late book.
Barmby On The Moor Humberside History : Another miraculous victorie obtained by the Lord Fairfax, against the Earl of Newcastle : at Barnham-Moore, where 1500 men were slain,with the number of officers, colours, commanders, and common souldiers that were taken prisoners, with ordnance, arms, and ammunition : as it was informed to some members of the house on Monday the 12 of June, 1643.
Barmby On The Moor Humberside History Military Early Works To 1800 : Another miraculous victorie obtained by the Lord Fairfax, against the Earl of Newcastle, : at Barnham-Moore, where 1500. men were slain, with the number of officers, colours, commanders, and common souldiers that were taken prisoners, with ordnance, arms and ammunition: as it was informed to some members of the House on Monday the 12. of June. 1643.
Barnabas Saint Apostle : The genuine epistles of the apostolical fathers S. Barnabas, S. Ignatius, S. Clement, S. Polycarp, the Shepherd of Hermas, and the matyrdoms of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp, / written by those who were present at their sufferings. Being, together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament, a compleat collection of the most primitive antiquity for about CL years after Christ. Translated and publish'd, with a large preliminary discourse relating to the several treaties here put together, by W. Wake D.D. Chapl. in Ordinary to their Majties, and preacher to the Honourable Society of Grays-Inn.
Barnadiston G Giles 1680 : The Life of Christ magnified in his minister, or, Certain testimonies thereof, relating to his faithful servant Giles Barnardiston who departed this life the 11th day of the 11th moneth, 1680 / which were given forth severally by Samuel Cater, Samuel Waldenfield, William Bennet [13 other], and George Whitehead ; to be dispersed only amongst Friends and Friendly people.
Barnard Family : Building Britain's wooden walls : the Barnard dynasty c.1697-1851 / John E. Barnard.; Barnard, John E.,
Barnard Marjorie : Marjorie Barnard and M. Barnard Eldershaw.; Rorabacher, Louise E.
Barnardiston Anne 1664 1681 : A sermon preacht upon the death of Mrs. Anne Barnardiston (daughter of Nathanael Barnardiston, Esq., late of Hackney) who departed this life the 30th day of Decemb. 1681, at the age of seventeen : with a brief account of some remarkable passages of her life and death.; Shower, John,
Barnardiston Thomasine 1654 : Safe conduct, or The saints guidance to glory. : Opened in a sermon preached at Dunstans in the East London. November the second, MDCLIV. At the funerall of the vertuous and religious gentlewoman, Mris. Thomasin Barnardiston, late wife of Mr. Samuel Barnardiston, merchant. / By Ralph Robinson, pastor of Mary Wolnoth, Lumbardstreet, London.; Robinson, Ralph,
Barnes Douglas R : Exploring talk in school / edited by Neil Mercer and Steve Hodgkinson.
Barnes Elizabeth 1637 : Natures cruell step-dames: or, Matchlesse monsters of the female sex; Elizabeth Barnes, and Anne Willis : Who were executed the 26. day of April, 1637. at Tyburne, for the unnaturall murthering of their owne children. Also, herein is contained their severall confessions, and the courts just proceedings against other notorious malefactors, with their severall offences this sessions. Further, a relation of the wicked life and impenitent death of Iohn Flood, who raped his owne childe.; Goodcole, Henry,