Benjamin Sathima Bea : Musical echoes : South African women thinking in jazz / Carol Ann Muller & Sathima Bea Benjamin.; Muller, Carol Ann.
Benjamin Ship : The Benjamin's lamentation for their sad loss at sea by storms and tempests : being a brief narrative of one of his Majesty's ships, call'd, the Benjamin, that was drove into harbour at Plimouth, and received no small harm by this tempest. To a new tune, call'd, The poor Benjamin, O, &c.
Bennet John 1684 : An exact and true relation of the behaviour of Edmund Kirk, John Bennet, Morgan Keading [i.e. Reading] and Andrew Hill, during their imprisonment, and at the place of execution on Friday the 11th of this instant July 1684 : with their last dying words and speeches at Tyburn.
Bennet Lady : The Unfortunate lady : a brief narrative of the life, and unhappy death of the Lady Bennet, late of Buckinghamshire; who was most barbarously and inhumanly murthered in her own house, on Wednesday the 19th of September, 1694 by a butcher of Stony-Stratford. : To which is added; an account of the wicked life of the said butcher ...
Bennet Richard Active 17th Century : Hammond versus Heamans, or, An answer to an audacious pamphlet, published by an impudent and ridiculous fellow, named Roger Heamans, calling himself Commander of the Ship Golden Lion : wherein he endeavours by lies and holy expressions, to colour over his murthers and treacheries committed in the Province of Maryland, to the utter ruine of that florishing plantation : having a great sum sold himself to proceed in those cruelties, it being altogether answered out of the abstract of credible oaths taken here in England :in which is published His Highnesses absolute (though neglected) command to Richard Bennet Esq., late governour of Virginia and all others, not to disturbe the Lord Baltamores plantation in Maryland / by John Hammond ...; Hammond, John,
Bennet Robert : Disputatio juridica de constitutionibus principum : quam favente deo O.M. ex authoritate clarissimi & consultissimi vivi D.D. Roberti Bennet inclytæ facultatis juridicæ decani nec non exejusdem facultatis consensu & decreto pro advocati munere consequendo publicæ disquisitioni subjicit.
Bennet Thomas 1673 1728 : An answer to a late book written against the learned and reverend Dr. Bentley, relating to some manuscript notes on Callimachus : together with an examination of Mr. Bennet's appendix to the said book.; Whately, Solomon.
Bennett John Active 1588 1623 Hope Of Peace : An appendix to the apologie, lately set forth, for defence of the hierarchie, and subordination of the English Catholike Church, impugned by certaine discontented priestes : Wherin two other bookes or libels of the impugners, the one in English the other in Latin, no lesse intemperate then the former, are examined, and considered, by the priestes that remaine in due obedience to their lawful superior.; Parsons, Robert,
Bennett John Active 1588 1623 Reply To The Appendix To The Apologie : A reply to a notorious libell intituled A briefe apologie or defence of the ecclesiasticall hierarchie, &c. : Wherein sufficient matter is discouered to giue all men satisfaction, who lend both their eares to the question in controuersie betweene the Iesuits and their adherents on the one part, and their sæcular priests defamed by them on the other part. Whereunto is also adioyned an answere to the appendix.; Charnock, Robert,
Bennett Marilyn Faye : "Help! What do I do now?" : the adventures of a young missionary nurse in Vietnam.; Bennett, Marilyn Faye.
Bennit William 1684 : A collection of certain espistles & testimonies of divine consolation, experience and doctrine / written by that faithful, patient and long-suffering servant of Christ, William Bennit.; Bennit, William,
Benoist Elie 1640 1728 Histoire De Ledit De Nantes : Proposals for printing by subscription, the second, third and fourth volumes of the French Book of martyrs, or History of the famous Edict of Nantes. : Which three volumes with the first already publish'd, contain an account of all the persecutions that have been in France, from the beginning of the Reformation (there) down to the present time, comprehending the reigns of Henry III. Henry IV. Lewis XIII. and Lewis XIV. The whole work faithfully extracted from all the publick and secret memoirs that cou'd possibly be procured, by that learned and judicious divine Mounsieur Bennoit. Printed first in French by the authority of the states of Holland and West-Friezland, and now translated into English. With Her Majesties royal priviledge.; Dunton, John,
Benoit De Sainte More : Études syntaxiques sur la Chronique des ducs de Normandie par Benoit de Sainte-More.; Sandqvist, Sven.
Benoit Rene 1521 1608 : Ane answer to ane epistle written by Renat Benedict : the Frenche doctor, profesor of Gods worde (as the translator of this epistle calleth him) to Iohn Knox, and the rest of his brethren ministers of the word of God: made by Dauid Feargussone minister of the same word at this present in Dumfermling.; Fergusson, David,
Bensted Thomas : Canterburies amazement, or, The ghost of the yong [sic] fellow Thomas Bensted : who was drawne, hangd, and quartered by the meanes of the Bishop of Canterburie, who appeared to him in the Tower since the Iesuites execution : with a discourse between the two heads on London Bridge, the one being Thomas Bensteeds [sic], the other the late Iesuites.