Berkeley England History Early Works To 1800 : The agreements made between His Maiesty and the gentlemen and other the free-holders of Berkley division in the county of Glocester, for the better provision and ordering of His Majesties forces therein : and a declaration of His Majesties gratious acceptation thereof : and his royall proclamation commanding the due observation thereof in all parts.; England and Wales.
Berkeley Francis Henry Fitzhardinge 1794 1870 : Special report of the speech which was delivered in the House of Commons [electronic resource] : on Thursday, May 24th, 1849, in support of Mr. Fitzhardinge Berkeley's motion in favour of the adoption of voting by ballot / by John Williams.; Williams, John,
Berkeley George Berkeley Baron 1601 1658 : A Charge consisting of severall heads : whereupon the Earle of Lincoln, Earle of Suffolk, and Earle of Middlesex, the Lord Hunsdon, Lord Willoughby of Parham, Lord Bartlet, and Lord Maynard are impeached of high-treason.
Berkeley George Cranfield Sir 1753 1818 : The trial of James Whiting, John Parsons, and William Congreve [electronic resource] : for a libel against the Hon. G.C. Berkeley, rear admiral of the Red, and one of the representatives in Parliament for the county of Glocester : by a special jury, before the Right Hon. Lord Chief Baron Macdonald, in His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, June 27th, 1804 / taken in short hand by Mr. Gurney ; together with the letters and papers which are referred to in the course of the trial.; Berkeley, George Cranfield,
Berkeley Jane : Severall circircumstances [sic] to prove that Mris Jane Berkeley and Sr VVilliam Killigrew have combined together to defraud me of an estate left unto me by Henry Killigrew Esq; for payment of his debts, for which I lye now in prison.; Lygon, Richard.
Berkly Michaell 1658 : The Most sad and lamentable narration of the death of Michaell Berkly, esquire, lately of Grayes-Inne, a most eminent schollar and traveller, and master of a large estate, who on Thursday May the 6, in the 63 year of his age, was drowned in the duckingpond neer Islington, about ten of the clock in the morning : as also, the most deplorable account of Richard Biggrave, coachmaker, who ... did on that day & much about the same time hang himself at his house in Cow-lane : together with a true and sad relation of a woman who did cut her throat in Holborn & of two more who ... did hang themselves in Westminster.
Berkshire Bible Society Berkshire County Mass : Fourth annual meeting of the Berkshire Bible Society [electronic resource] : held at the old court-house in Lenox, May 29th, 1821.; Berkshire Bible Society (Berkshire County, Mass.)
Berkshire England Fiction : Thomas of Reading, or, The sixe worthie yeomen of the West [electronic resource] / now the sixth time corrected and enlarged by T.D.; Delaney, Thomas,
Berkshire England Genealogy : Oxfordshire and north Berkshire Protestation Returns and tax assessments 1641-42 / edited by Jeremy Gibson ; Oxfordshire Returns originally transcribed by Christopher S.A. Dobson ; tax assessments and Berkshire Returns transcribed by the editor ...
Berkshire England Guidebooks : Berkshire / by Geoffrey Tyack, Simon Bradley and Nikolaus Pevsner ; with contributions from Steven Brindle ... [et al.].; Tyack, Geoffrey.
Berkshire England History 17th Century : A Full and true relation of the death and slaughter of a man and his son at plough, together with four horses, in the parish of Cookham in the county of Berks, Sept. 2, 1680 : slain by the thunder and lightning that then and there happened, as may fully be testified by credible persons whose names are hereunto adjoyned : likewise the same day happened another sad accident near Norwich, eight persons, being struck dead in a church porch by thunder / published for prevention of false reports.
Berkshire England History Military Early Works To 1800 : Good and true intelligence from Reading.· : Being a true relation of two late fights betweene the Parliaments forces and the mallgnants [sic]: the one neer Wallingford, where the Parliaments forces under the command of Serjeant-Major Holford slew three hundred of the malignants, whereof two captains were slain, and took 600. armes, one peece of ordnance, foure ensignes, and 80. prisoners, two captains, and seven lievtenants and serjeants. The other neer a town called Slow, with all the proceedings of his Excellencies army about Reading, from the 18. of May to the 24. Sent in a letter from Lievtenant Bennet under the command of Serjeant-Major Holford, (in the regiment of the Right Honourable the Lord Grey) to his brother in London.; Bennet, Isaac.