Boys Edward 1599 1667 : Ancient orders and ceremonies respecting the processions, funerals, habiliments of the several degrees of noble estate; : also the laws established for the precedency of the same, with the forms and rules observed at tilt and tournament as orderd by the King &c. / A mss of Sr John Harington treasurer of the Army to Kyng Henry the Eighth, and Clerk of the Privie chamber to Q. Elizabeth, 1577.; Harington, John,
Boys England London Diaries : Travels of a London schoolboy, 1826-1830 : John Pocock's diary of life in London and voyages to Cape Town and the Swan River settlement / edited by Tom Pocock with research by Marjorie Holder.; Pocock, John Thomas,
Boys Master 1642 : A True relation of the putting to death of one Master Boys, a citizen of London, at Redding, by the bloody minded person, Colonell Aston, a knowne and professed Papist, and one whom His Majesty imployes to settle the Protestant religion : 2, A relation of the battel at Tadcaster, between the army of Protestants under the command of the Lo. Fairfax, and an army of Papists under the command of the Earle of Newcastle, with a list of the names of the Popish commanders, 3, A list of the prisoners that were officers, taken at the battell at Winchester by the Parliament forces, commanded by Colonell Browne, a citizen of London, whose dragooners entered the city first by assault, 4, Of the great danger the Protestant religion is in, if this army of Papists grow to a great body, and the Queen come and set up her standard in the head of that army.
Boys United States : Boys will be boys : breaking the link between masculinity and violence / Myriam Miedzian.; Miedzian, Myriam.
Boys William Narrative Of Mr William Boys : Mr. Prance's answer to Mrs. Cellier's libel, and divers other false aspersions cast upon him : containing likewise a vindication of Sir William Waller from popish scandals, some mistakes in a pamphlet entituled, The narrative of William Boys rectified, and other remarkables : to which is added the Adventure of the bloody bladder : a tragi-comical farce, acted with much applause at Newgate by the said Madam Cellier, on Saturday Sept. 18, instant / faithfully related by an eye-and ear-witness.; Prance, Miles,
Boys Writing Study And Teaching : Young boys and their writing : engaging young boys in the writing process / written by Jenni Clarke ; additional material and editing by Sally Featherstone.; Clarke, Jenni.
Boys Zimbabwe Biography : Harmony and discord in Africa : memories of childhood in Southern Rhodesia / Mark Huleatt-James.; Huleatt-James, Mark,
Brabant Foreign Relations Great Britain : Les relations politiques et les echanges commerciaux entre le duche de Brabant et l'Angleterre au moyen age : l'etape des laines anglaises en Brabant et les origines du developpement du port d'Anvers.; Sturler, Jean de.
Brabourne Theophilus 1590 : A fannatick's testimony against swearing; : being an ansvver to four books, published by John Tombes, Jeremiah Ives, and Theophilus Brabourne; but more especially to that by Henry Den. / By Henry Adis, a baptized believer, undergoing the name of a free-willer; and also most ignomineously by the tongue of infamy, called a fannatick, or a mad man.; Adis, Henry.
Brabourne Theophilus 1590 Humble Petition Of Theophilus Brabourn Unto T : An appendix to my humble petition, lately presented to the most honourable courts of Parliament : wherein I did but lightly touch upon the point of consecration: now because as I conceive, the Kings supremacy is therein denied, I humbly crave leave further to clear up this point.; Brabourne, Theophilus,
Brabourne Theophilus 1590 Of The Changing Of Church Discipline : Indoctus doctor edoctus: Or A short ansvver to a little tract of Theophilus Brabourn's, concerning the changing of church-discipline. : Wherein the pitifull simplicity of the said tract is discovered, and the authors folly made manifest to all men. And it is made fully appear, that he hath sayd nothing to the purpose, in attempting to prove that the government of the church ought to be put into the hands of the magistrate. With an answer to what the said author hath said in it, concerning the sabbath, together with a copy of his recantation of the very same doctrine in the high commission. / By John Collings ...; Collinges, John,
Brabourne Theophilus 1590 Reply To The Indoctus Doctor Edoctus : A nevv lesson for the Indoctus Doctor: or rather, A fescue, and a pair of spectacles to help him to read the former, better. : Containing a vindication of a book called Indoctus Doctor Edoctus, from the impertinent bablings of a late libellous pamphlet against it, published under the name of Theophilus Brabourn, formerly Bolt-Poake, Weaver, Hosier, and Maltster, now a nonsensicall scribler in the city of Norw: with a vindication of the author of the aforesaid book, as also of Reverend Mr. Perkins, and of some truths of God, from the impudent lies, prophane and scurrilous expressions in the forementioned libell cast upon them. By J. Collinges B.D. and preacher of the gospel in Norwich.; Collinges, John,