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,
Brackish Water Ecology : Investigating and managing water quality in saline lagoons : based on a case study of nutrients in the Chesil and the Fleet European marine site / Charlotte M. Johnston & Paul M. Gilliland ; prepared for the UK Marine SACs Project.; Johnston, Charlotte M.
Brackish Water Ecology Europe : The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe : an identification guide to brackish-water habitats, ecology, and macrofauna for field workers, naturalists, and students.; Barnes, R. S. K.
Brackish Water Fauna Europe : The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe : an identification guide to brackish-water habitats, ecology, and macrofauna for field workers, naturalists, and students.; Barnes, R. S. K.
Brackish Water Fauna Europe Identification : The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe : an identification guide to brackish-water habitats, ecology, and macrofauna for field workers, naturalists, and students.; Barnes, R. S. K.
Bracy Edward : The Yorkshire-rogue, or, Capt. Hind improv'd; : in the notorious life, and infamous death, of that famous highway man, William Nevison, who was executed at York, the 15th day of March. 1684. Together, with a short account of several great robberies committed by Edward Bracy his comrade, another notorious highway-man in Nottinghamshire, who, as the country came in to apprehend him, was shot to death.
Bradbrook Muriel Clara 1909 : English drama : forms and development : essays in honour of Muriel Clara Bradbrook / edited by Marie Axton and Raymond Williams.