Batista De Lanuza Geronimo 1553 1624 : The Nunns prophesie, or, The true, wonderful, and remarkable prophesie of St. Heldegard, first nunn, and then abess : concerning the rise and downfall of those fire-brands of Europe, the whole order of Jesuits : with a comment thereon, by that Right Reverend Bishop Dr. Jerome Baptista ...
Bats Monitoring : Bat surveys : good practice guidelines / editorial board, chair: Katie Parsons ... [et al.].
Bats Study And Teaching : Proceedings : fourth European Bat Research Symposium, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 18-23, 1987 / edited by Vladimír Hanák, Ivan Horáček, Jiři Gaisler.; European Bat Research Symposium
Battambang Cambodia History : Battambang during the time of the Lord Governor / translated by Hin Sithan, Carol Mortland and Judy Ledgerwood.; Tauch Chhuong.
Battell Andrew : The strange adventures of Andrew Battell, of Leigh, in Angola and the adjoining regions / edited, with notes and a concise history of Kongo and Angola by E.G. Ravenstein.; Battell, Andrew.
Battell Ralph 1649 1713 Vulgar Errors In Divinity Removed : Absolute election of persons, not upon foreseen conditions, stated and maintained : in some sermons preach'd at Hartford : with some animadversions on some Pelagian passages in a book entituled, Vulgar errors in divinity removed, written by Mr. Ralph Battell ... / by Will. Haworth ...; Haworth, William.
Battell Robert : A challenge from Richard Grauener, gentleman and souldier, scholler to Thomas Musgrove, & seruant to Robert Battell, prouis masters of the noble sience [sic] of defence, against Thomas Blunne, shoo-maker, and scholler to Thomas Turpin, master of the noble science of defence : this to be performed at the Red Bull in St. Iohnstreet, on Tuesday next, being the 20 of October, 1629, if God permit.; Gravener, Richard.
Batten William Sir 1667 : A declaration of Sir William Batten, late Vice-Admirall for the Parliament : concerning his departure from London, to His Highnesse the Prince of Wales.; Batten, William,
Battle Casualties England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a great and cruell battell fought by the Lord Willoughby of Parham with 800. horse and foot who were going to the L. Generall, against Prince Rupert with 9. troops of horse, and 300. foot, neer Brumiegum in Warnicke-shire, October the 17 : Declaring also the manner of the L. Willoughbies obtaining the victory, killing about 50. of the cavaleers, and taking 20. prisoners, with the lose of 20. men. Sent in a letter from His Execellencie to the House of Commons, and read in the said House, October 18.
Battle Casualties Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Dublin, Ianuary, 31. 164i, [sic] Exceeding good newes from Ireland : certified by letters sent from Thomas Lancton, secretarie unto Sir Charles Coote, one of chiefe commanders of his Majesties infanterie in Dublin. Containing these particulars, first, the taking of the strong castle of Eniskenning from the rebels, wherein the rebels had stored the ammunition and provision that was sent them both from Dunkirke and Nantes in France. Secondly, a catalogue of every parcell either of armes or provision there taken in that castle. Thirdly, the number of the rebels that were slaine in that castle, and also what men were lost on our side. By the last post, February, 8. 1641.; Lancton, Thomas.
Battle Casualties United States : The casualty gap [electronic resource] : the causes and consequences of American wartime inequalities / Douglas L. Kriner, Francis X. Shen.; Kriner, Douglas L.