Basic Needs Thailand : Managing the urban informal sector in Thailand : a search for practical policies based on the basic minimum needs approach, submitted to International Development Research Centre / by Human Resources and Social Development Program, Thailand Development Research Institute Foundation in collaboration with Human Resources Planning Division, National Economic and Social Development Board.
Basing House England House Siege 1643 1645 Early Works To 1800 : Lieut: Generall Cromwells letter to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the House of Commons; of the storming and taking Basing-House : with the Marques of Winchester, Sir Rob: Peak and divers other officers of quality, and all the ordnance, ammunition, arms and provisions therein.. [sic] Together with an order of the Commons in Parliament assembled, for a day of thanksgiving in the cities of London and Westminster. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter and order be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; Cromwell, Oliver,
Basing House England Sermons Early Works To 1800 : More sulphure for Basing: or, God will fearfully annoy and make quick riddance of his implacable enemies, surely, sorely, suddenly. : Shewed in a sermon at the siege of Basing on the last Lords day, Sept. 21. 1645. Together, with a word of advice, full of love and affection to the Club-men of Hampshire. / By William Beech minister of the Army there, elect: min: of O. in the county of Suffolke. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford. Sept. 26. 1645.; Beech, William.
Basingstoke England History : Good newes from Sovth-Hampton, and Basingstoke in Hampshire : as it was related in a letter from thence / by one Master Goter, to a merchant of good quality in Lumbardstreet ; with the copy of a letter sent by Captaine Swanly, captaine of one of the kings ships, to the major and communalty of the said towne : as also another letter to the same merchant from Basingstoke, relating the passages there.
Basingstoke Hampshire History Early Works To 1800 : Good newes from South-Hampton, and Basingstoke, in Hampshire. : As it was related in a letter from thence by one Master Goter, to a merchant of good quality, in Lumbardstreet. With the copy of a letter sent by Captaine Swanly, captaine of one of the Kings ships, to the major and communalty of the said towne. As also another letter to the same merchant from Basingstoke, relating the passages there.
Baskerville George K : Africa through Western eyes [microform]. Part 1, Original manuscripts from the Royal Commonwealth Society Library at Cambridge University Library.