Breconshire Wales History 17th Century : The complaint of the county of Brecon, against the undue proceedings of the sheriff of that county, and false return by him made of Edmond Jones as knight for that shire. : With articles and exceptions, setting forth the incapacity of the said Edmond Jones, to sit as representative in Parliament, he being a compounded delinquent on record at Goldsmiths-Hall, and therefore not qualified according to the articles of the government, &c.
Breconshire Wales History Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the gentlemen and inhabitants of the county of Brecknock, : concerning their firm resolutions for the Parliament, in adhering to the judgement and determination thereof, as to the supream court of judicature of the kingdom. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that the declaration of the gentlemen and inhabitants of the county of Brecknock, of Nov. 23. 1645. be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Breda Netherlands History Siege 1624 : A Thirde and last mape, both of the Sedg of Breda by Spinola and how the Princ of Orage hath enguarterde his forces : as allso in what forme and place the forver English corroneller, hath emcampet them selues by ther crimes, with the last procedings.
Breda Netherlands Siege 1637 : The copy of the articles of agreement betwixt His Highnesse Henry of Nassaw Prince of Orange, and the governour, burgers, captaines, and souldiers of the city of Breda, about the surrendring of the said city : Made the 26. of Septem. 6. Octob. Faithfully translated out of the Dutch copy.
Brend William 1676 Short Declaration Of The Purpose And Decree Of The E : Some addition to a former paper, entituled, A short declaration of the purpose and decree of the everlasting counsel of Gods heavenly host : concerning His royal seed, to demonstrate the nobleness of its operation, and how God doth manifest it : and is an answer in short to a question as followeth : How God doth manifest this noble and honourable seed in man, in which is the glory of it magnified by its own workings, in all that believe, to their justification, salvation, and to the condemnation of them that resist? / by a lover ot it, and one who waits for its exaltation over all, and hath travelled and suffered for its sake, William Brend.; Brend, William,