Blount Charles 1654 1693 Miracles No Violation Of The Laws Of Natur : Miracles, work's above and contrary to nature, or, An answer to a late translation out of Spinoza's Tractatus theologico-politicus, Mr. Hobbs's Leviathan, &c. : published to undermine the truth and authority of miracles, Scripture, and religion, in a treatise entituled, Miracles no violation of the laws of nature.; Browne, Thomas,
Blount John : Some considerations humbly proposed to the worthy members of Parliament, by Thomas Levingston Esquire, and Anne his wife, and William Powell, otherwise Hinson Esquire; concerning a petition and complaint against them by John Blount, and Mary Countess of Sterling his wife, and others, now under consideration before the honourable committee for receiving petitions; Levingston, Thomas,
Blount Thomas Pope Sir 1649 1697 Censura Celebriorum Authorum : An advertisement to all learned gentlemen, June 21, 1690. : There is newly published a book, intituled, Censura celebriorum authorum : sive, Tractatus in quo varia virorum doctorum de clarissimis cujusque seculi scriptoribus judicia traduntur ... Thomas-Pope Blount ...
Blow John Active 1627 : By the King : a proclamation for the apprehension of Iohn Holland, and Robert Blow, gentlemen, late seruants to the Earle of Lincolne.; England and Wales.
Blow Robert Active 1627 : By the King. A proclamation for the apprehension of Iohn Holland, and Robert Blow, Gentlemen, late seruants to the Earle of Lincolne..; England and Wales.
Blower William 1685 : The behaviour, confession, and execution, of the four prisoners at Tyburn : William Blower, for high treason; Robert Francis for the murther of Tho. Dangerfield, Henry Anthony, and John Morgan for two several burglarys and fellonies. On Friday the 24 of this instant July, 1685. VVith many remarkable passages and transactious [sic], during the series of their lives, taken from their own mouths, after their condemnation.
Blowgate Bartholomew : Sad and lamentable newes from Suffolk : being a true and perfect relation of the great thunder-claps, and lightning, that fell upon the house of Mr. Absolon at Wangford, where Mr. Torril, Mr. Blowgate, Mr. Brome, Mr. Lemon, and divers other gentlemen were drinking of healths. And the manner how the said thunderclaps rent and tore the house in divers places, striking divers of the aforesaid gentlemen lame, senseless, and carrying of Mr. Blowgate out of the parlour to the top of the room, and casting of him upon a table. As also, the striking of Mr. Torril dead, the hair of his head being almost all burnt of with the lightning, his legs somewhat bruised, and his head, face, and body, changed black. Attested by the fore-man of the jury, Mr. John Gibson, who on Thursday was sevennight was summoned upon the Crowners Quest.