Bradley George Y : Abolition and emancipation. Part 6, Papers of William Wilberforce, William Smith, Iveson Brookes, Francis Corbin and related records from the Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library, Duke University [microform], 1780-1880.
Bradley Richard 1946 : Image, memory and monumentality : archaeological engagements with the material world : a celebration of the academic achievements of Professor Richard Bradley / edited by Andrew Meirion Jones...[et al.].
Bradley Samuel : The cause of the innocent pleaded, his accusers pretended charge confvted, their unparallel'd actings, ungospel-like dealings, and unrighteous proceedings against their pastor, declared, or, Truth breaking forth, through the mist of clouds and slanders / published by Samuel Bradley ...; Bradley, Samuel.
Bradley Samuel Reply To A Scandalous Paper : The authority of the true ministry : in baptizing with the spirit, and the idolatry of such men, as are doting about shadows and carnal ordinances, and their ignorance of the spirits baptism (of which, water baptism was but a figure) discovered : and herein is shewed, that water baptism is neither of necessity to salvation, nor yet is it now practiced either by authority from heaven, or by any New-Testament-law that is in force upon believers, seeing the substance, and the end of things abolished is come and enjoyed, wherein the types, shadows and fingers, are ended : being a short return to a book entituled, A reply to a scandalous paper, subscribed by one Samuel Bradley, a Baptist teacher, as concerning a dispute that was between some of the people called Quakers, and some Baptists in South-warke.; Whitehead, George,
Bradshaigh Roger Sir 1684 : Righteousness encouraged and rewarded with an everlasting remembrance : in a sermon at the funeral of the right worshipful Sir Roger Bradshaigh of Haigh, Knight and Baronet, who died at Chester on Monday, March 31, and was buried at Wigan, Friday, Apr. 4, 1684 / by Richard Wroe ...; Wroe, Richard,
Bradshaw Ellis Quakers Quaking Principles Examined And Refuted : Wickedness weighed: : in an answer to a book, called, The Quakers quaking principle, examined and refuted. Set forth by Ellis Bradshaw; and dedicated, as he saith, to his Highness the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the dominions thereof; much boasted of by the author, but as little worth, as the boast is great. The man's envy carrying him with such envy against the innocent, till he speak he knows not what, concerning the Father, and the Son, the Word, the Light, and Spirit: here is also, some marks, and maintenance of the true ministers set down; and also of the false; their fruits differing them, according to Christs rule in Scripture: with divers other things, to keep the simple from deceit. / By a friend to the work of God, but an enemy to the Devils work, where it is found and pleaded for, called of the world James Naylor.; Naylor, James,
Bradwill J : The young-man's warning-piece: or, the extravagant youths pilgrimage and progress in this vvorld. : Being a faithful relation of the remarkable life of J. Bradwill, son of W. Bradwill, merchant of the city. Giving an account of his many adventures during the first and wicked part of his life, (which may serve as a caution to youth, which is too prone to be led into all manner of vice. As likewise the wonderful means by which he was converted and brought to know the miserable state wherein he was, and consequently to avoid eternal woe. With three dreadful examples upon drunkards, swearers, and blasphemers.