Briddocke Richard Active 1622 : Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. : to all and singuler archbishops, bishops, archdeacons, deanes and their officials ... greeting : whereas wee are credibly giuen to vnderstand ... that our poore subiect Richard Briddocke of Chetham ...; England and Wales.
Brideoake Ralph 1613 1678 : A sermon preached at the first visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Ralph, Lord Bishop of Chichester, holden there Septemb. 20th, 1675 / by William Howell ...; Howell, William,
Bridge William 1600 1670 : The life and death of Mr. Henry Jessy, late preacher of the gospel of Christ in London : vvho, having finished his testimony, was translated the 4th day of September, 1663 : vvritten for the benefit of all, especially such as were acquanted with his godly conversation, and pertakers of his unwearied labours in the Lord : vvith an elegy upon the death of Mr. William Bridge.; Whiston, Edward,
Bridge William 1600 1670 Ioabs Covnsell And King Davids Seasonable : An answer to certain observations of W. Bridges, concerning the present warre against His Majestie : whereby hee pretends to justifie it against that hexapla of considerations, viz. theologicall, historicall, legall, criticall, melancholy, and foolish : wherein, as he saith, it is look't upon by the squint-eyed multitude.; Warmstry, Thomas,
Bridge William 1600 1670 Scripture Light The Most Sure Light : The law and light within : the most sure rule or light, which sheweth the right use and end of the Scripture, manifested in opposition to several false principles inserted in a book intitled Scripture light the most sure light, by William Bridge, the great pastor and Reverend Father, so accounted, of the Church at Yarmouth in Norfolk / confuted by George Whitehead.; Whitehead, George,
Bridgeman Orlando Sir 1695 1764 : Case of the sitting members : touching the right of election and return of members for the town and libertys of Shrewsbury. Corbet Kynaston and Rich. Lyster Esqs; sitting members. Sir Rich. Corbet bart. Orlando Bridgman Esq; petitioners.; Corbet, Richard,
Bridges England Early Works To 1800 : Mr. Smeaton's answer to the misrepresentations of his plan for Black-Friars bridge, contained in a late anonymous pamphlet, addressed to the gentlemen of the committee for building a bridge at Black-Friars..; Smeaton, John,
Bridges England Maintenance And Repair Early Works To 1800 : Iames by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, defender of the faith &c. to all and singuler archbishops, bishops, archdeacons ... greeting : whereas by the humble supplication and petition of our true and loyall subiects the inhabitants of our towne of Staines within our county of Middlesex ...; England and Wales.
Bridges England Severn River : The economic consequences of the Severn Bridge and its associated motorways / by E.J. Cleary and R.E. Thomas ...; Cleary, E.J.
Bridges England Thames River Early Works To 1800 : An alphabetical list of the commissioners appointed by two Acts of Parliament for building a bridge cross the Thames from Fulham to Putney. : N.B. Those mark'd with a * are appointed in the second Act; and those mark's with a D are dead.
Bridges George 1672 : The Bloody murtherer, or, The unnatural son his just condemnation at the assizes held at Monmouth, March 8, 1671/2 : with the suffering of his sister and servant, for the murther of his mother, Mrs. Grace Jones, for which the said son was prest to death, his sister burnt, and his boy hang'd : with a true accompt of their trials, penitent behaviour, prayers, speeches, and circumstances thereunto relating : with letters of several worthy divines.
Bridges George Wilson : State of law and manners in Jamaica illustrated : by the accounts given in the Christian Record of that island, of the conduct of councils of protection, and of the minutes of evidence in the case of the Rev. Mr. Bridges and his slave Kitty Hylton.