Bears Early Works To 1800 : Strange and horrible news which happened betwixt St. Iohns street, and Islington on Thursday morning, being the eight and twentieth day of this instant moneth of October. : Being a terrible murther committed by one of Sir Sander Duncomes beares on the body of his gardner, that usually came to feed them, where thousands of people were eye-witnesses. Also with what strange meanes and manner they used to make him loose his savage hold by muskets, pikes, and mastive dogs, which could not be, till he had torne his bowells (the man lying on his belly) thorow his back.
Beast Of The Apocalypse Early Works To 1800 : The true portriture of a prodigious monster. Taken in the mountains of Zardana. the following discription - whereof was sent to Madrid. Octob: 20th. 1654 from thence to Don Olonz de Cardines embassidor for the King of Spain, now resident at London.
Beast Of The Apocalypse Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The true portraiture of a prodigious monster, taken in the mountains of Zardana : the following description whereof was sent to Madrid, Octob. 20. 1654. and from thence to Don Olonz de Cardines, ambassador for the King of Spain, now resident at London. Its stature was like that of a strong well set man, with 7 head, the chief of them looking forward, with one eye in its sion; the other heads have each two eyes in their natural situation, the ears of an ass; with its principal head it eates, drinks, and cryes with an extraordinary and terrible voyce; the other heads are also moved to and fro: it hath seven arms and hands of a man, very strong in each of the: from the middle downward it is like a satyr, with goats fee, and cloven; it hath no distinction of sex. To the tune of, Summer time.
Beatitudes Sermons : The vvay to true happinesse : Deliuered in XXIV. sermons vpon the Beatitudes. By Robert Harris, B. in Diuinity, and pastor of Hanwell. Also, a treatise of the nevv couenant; set forth sermon-wise, on Ezechiel the XI. By the same authour.; Harris, Robert,
Beaton David 1494 1546 : The tragical death of Dauid Beato[n] Bishoppe of sainct Andrewes in Scotland : Whereunto is ioyned the martyrdom of maister George Wyseharte gentleman, for whose sake the aforesayed bishoppe was not long after slayne. Wherein thou maist learne what a burnynge charitie they shewed not only towards him: but vnto al suche as come to their hades for the blessed Gospels sake.; Lindsay, David,