Bedford Francis Russell Earl Of 1526 Or7 1585 : A mirror of treue honour and Christian nobilitie : exposing: the life, death, and diuine vertues, of the most noble, and godly Lorde Frauncis Earle of Bedford, Baron Russell, Lorde chiefe Iustice, [and] Iustice in Oier, of all the Queene forrests, [and]c. ... Who deceased at Bedford house, the xxviij. of Iune. 1585. AEtatis suæ. 58. Wherevnto is adioyned a report of the vertues of the right valiant & worthy knight S. Frauncis, Lord Russell, sonne and heire apparant of the honour and good giftes of the sayd right noble Earle, who vpon a daye of truce was slaine, by a treacherous strategeme of the Scots, the 27. day of the said month of Iune. The report of George Whetstone, Gent. a faithfull seruant of the sayd right honorable Earle.; Whetstone, George,
Bedford James : A brief account of the illegal proceedings and sinful doctrines of James Bedford priest of Blunsome and Earith in Huntington shire, : who by many hath been esteemed eminent, and above all the priests in the Isle of Ely for his opposing the people called Quakers. This is to discover his fruits and doctrines both to rulers, priests and people ... so mark the following account, which is as it was certified from the hands of some of the sufferers hereafter mentioned, who are known to be credible and honest men.; Whitehead, George,
Bedford Thomas 1653 Vindiciae Gratiae Sacramentalis : Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism: : being the arguments prepared for (and partly managed in) the publick dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of Jan. 1649. With a ful reply to what he then answered, and what is contained in his sermon since preached, in his printed books, his M.S. on 1 Cor. 7.14. which I saw, against Mr. Marshall, against these arguments. With a reply to his valedictory oration at Bewdley; and a corrective for his antidote. / By Richard Baxter, a minister of Christ for his church at Kederminster. Constrained unavoidably hereto by Mr. Tombes his importunity: by frequent letters, messengers, in his pulpit, and at last in print, calling out for my arguments, and charging the deniall upon my conscience; with an appendix of animadversions on Mr. Bedfords tractate, and part of Dr. Wards, which seem to give too much to baptism.; Baxter, Richard,
Bedford Thomas 1653 Vindiciae Gratiae Sacrementalis : Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism : being the arguments prepared for ... the publike dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of January, 1649 : with a full reply to what he then answered, and what is contained in his sermon since preached ... against these arguments : with a reply to his valedictory oration at Bewdley, and a corrective for his antidote / by Richard Baxter ... ; hereto is added an appendix against the doctrine in the other extream, contained in a tractate of Mr. Th. Bedford's ... ; and with an epistle of Mr. Cranfords, and a tractate of Dr. Wards ...; Baxter, Richard,
Bedford William Russell Duke Of 1613 1700 In The Great Levell Of Th : Exceptions against Sir Cornelius Virmudens Discourse for the draining of the great fennes &c. : which in Ianuary 1638 he presented to the King for his designe : wherein His Majesty was mis-informed and abused in regard it wanteth all the essentiall parts of a designe : and the great and advantagious workes made by the late Earle of Bedford, slighted, and the whole adventure disparaged / published by Andrewes Burrell, Gent.; Burrell, Andrewes.
Bedfordshire England Antiquities : Close to the Loop : landscape and settlement evolution beside the Biddenham Loop, west of Bedford / by Mike Luke ; with major contributions by Sarah Bates ... [et al.] ; other contributions by Ben Barker ... [et al.] ; and illustrations by Joan Lightning ... [et al.].; Luke, Mike.
Bedfordshire England Early Works To 1800 : To the Kings most excellent Maiesty : The humble petition of divers of your Majesties loyall subjects inhabiting the county of Bedford, amounting to the number of 3800.
Bedfordshire England History Early Works To 1800 : The humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Hertford to his Majesty. : With his Maiesties gracious answer thereunto. Also, the humble petition of the inhabitants of the county of Bedford, to the Kings most excellent Majesty. With his Maiesties gracious answer thereunto.
Bedfordshire England History Sources : To the right honourable, the peeres assembled in Parliament : The humble petition of the sheriffe, knights, esquires, gentlemen, ministers, freeholders and others inhabitants of the county of Bedford.
Bedminster Dorsetshire Fire 1684 : Strange news of a most dreadful fire at Bedminster in Dorsetshire : which happened on Saturday, June the 28th, 1684, and burnt to the ground the market-house and an hundred and ten houses more, to the great terror of the inhabitants and the loss of five or six thousand pound.
Bedouin People : Lawrence of Arabia [electronic resource] / Directed by Chris Warren
Beds Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Objections against Edmund Hemming's proposals (now lying before this honourable house for eight millions of money, by laying a duty on beds) answered, with some remarks; Heming, Edmund,