Blackwood Christopher : A just vindication of the covenant and church-estate of children of church-members. : As also of their right unto bastisme. Wherein such things as have been brought by divers to the contrary, especially by Ioh. Spilsbury, A.R., Ch. Blackwood, and H. Den, are revised and answered. Hereunto is annexed a refutation of a certain pamphlet styled, The plain and wel-grounded treatise touching baptism. / by Thomas Cobbet, teacher of the Church of Lyn in New-England.; Cobbet, Thomas,
Blackwood Christopher Storming Of Antichrist : Infants baptisme, freed from antichristianisme : in a full repulse given to Mr. Ch. Blackwood, in his assault of that part of Christs possession, which he holds in his heritage of infants (intituled by him), The storming of Antichrist : digested into three parts ... / by Tho. Blake ...; Blake, Thomas,
Blackwood Christopher Storming Of Antichrist In His Two Last And Strongest : Infants baptisme, freed from Antichristianisme. : In a full repulse given to Mr. Ch. Blackwood, in his assault of that part of Christs possession, which he holds in his heritage of infants. (Intituled by him) The storming of Antichrist. Digested into three parts. In the first, Mr. Blackwoods arguments (from the testimony of Scriptures, fathers, councels) against baptisme of infants, are answered. In the second, the birth-priviledge and covenant-holines of beleevers, is asserted, & with addition of severall arguments further confirmed. In the third, arguments brought by Mr. Stephen Marshall, and others. for baptisme of infants, are vindicated and defended. / By Tho. Blake, minister of the Gospel.; Blake, Thomas,
Blackwood John M P : Case of John Blackwood, : sitting member for the boroughs of Dumbarton, Glasgow, Rutherglen, and Renfrew.
Blagrave Charles Directions For The Golden Purging Spirit Of Scurvey Grass : A gentle dose for the fool turn'd physician. Or a brief reply to Blagraves ravings. / By Rob. Bateman the true preparer of the right approved spirits of scurvy-grass, famous throughout the nation for their admirable effects in the scurvy, dropsy, and several other distempers.; Bateman, Robert,
Blague Col : A message from the King of Scots, to his sister the Princess of Orange : printed at The Hague : and a letter to the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the Earl of Cleveland, Col. Blague and divers other officers, the raising of a new army in Scotland, for their King, by the Marquess of Argyle : with a letter from the Earl of Newcastle, ordered to be burned : also, a true relation of the sad and wonderfull inundation of waters that befel the famous town of Bilbo in Spain, shewing the manner how it rained for 24 hours together, the water powring down the mountains with such a strong torrent, that it broke down the houses, drowned all their mules, sheep and cattel, fill'd their iron-mines, over-turn'd their mills, brake down the wharf and carryed all their ships into the sea, dismanted whole woods, leaving not a tree standing, beat down the fowl in the air, and destroyed many families : sent to Mr. Jacob a merchant, living in Fleet-street.
Blaithwaite Mary : The complaint of Mary Blaithwaite widdovv; : setting forth her sad condition, occasioned by the late dissolution of the Parliament, and neglect of justice ever since. Die Venris 10 Martii 1647. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that the petition of Mary Blaithwaite, and the articles anexed, are heereby referred to Sir Edward Leche, to examine the businesse, and state the same, and make report thereof to this house with all convenient speed. Jo. Browne Cleric. Parl.; Blaithwaite, Mary.
Blake George : The confession and execution of the six prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 22th of may, 1678. : at which time were executed John Cross, George Blake, William Stone, [brace] Humphry Hulin, Thomas Constable, Rose Goodman. As also of Charles Pamplin, who was executed the same day in Covent-Garden for murdering Lieutenant Dalison. With a true account of their behaviour in Newgate from the time of their condemnation and last speeches at the place of execution.
Blake Robert 1643 : The arrivall and intertainements of the embassador, Alkaid Jaurar Ben Abdella, with his associate, Mr. Robert Blake : From the High and Mighty Prince, Mulley Mahamed Sheque, Emperor of Morocco, King of Fesse, and Suss. With the ambassadors good and applauded commendations of his royall and noble entertainments in the court and the city. Also a discription of some rites, customes, and lawes of those Affrican nations. Likewise Gods exceeding mercy, and our Kings especiall grace and favour manifested in the happy redemption of three hundred and two of his Majesties poore subjects, who had beene long in miserable slavery at Salley in Barbary.