Bridgnorth England History Early Works To 1800 : Charles by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith,&c. : To all parsons, vicars and curates, and also to all justices of the peace, majors, shreiffes, bailiffes, constables, church-wardens, headburroughs, and to all officers of cities, burroughs and townes corporate, and to all others, our officers, ministers, and subjects whatsoever they be,... that the upper town of Bridgnorth aforesaid, was set on fire, within a few days after, the forces raised by the said Lords and Commons under the command of the said Committee of safety for the said county had entered the said towne,...; England and Wales.
Bridgwater England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A brief relation of the taking of Bridgewater by the Parliaments forces under the command of Sir Tho: Fairfax; : and therein, all the Lord Gorings train, 36. pieces of ordnance, 2000. prisoners, 800. horse, with great store of oxen. Sent in a letter to the Committee of both Kingdoms. Together with a letter concerning the delivering up of Pontefract Castle by treaty to the use of the Parliament, with all things therein. Also, hopes of reducing Scarbrough by treaty. Sent to the Honorable, William Lenthall Esq; Speaker to the House of Commons. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these letters be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; Bedford, Samuel.
Bridgwater Union : Second edition (of a letter to His late Majesty, containing) a refutation of some of the charges preferred against the poor [electronic resource] : with some account of the working of the new poor law in the Bridgwater Union / by John Bowen.; Bowen, John,
Brief Account Of The Evidence Given On Behalf Of Edmond Warner At A Trial A : A reply to a printed paper entituled, A brief account of the evidence given on behalf of Edmond Warner, at a trial at the bar the 24th. of November 1693, &c. : Occasioned by some false reflections in the said paper upon the evidence given for the King at the said trial, wherein that they might gain greater credit, the author had the assurance to challenge any one to detect him of the least falshood therein.
Brief And Modest Reply To Mr Penns Tedious Scurrilous And Unchristian Defen : Truth further defended, and William Penn vindicated; : being a rejoynder to a book entitutled, A brief and modest reply, to Mr. Penn's tedious, scurrilous, and unchristian defence, against the bishop of Cork. Wherein that author's unfainess is detected, his arguments and objections are answered. / By T.W. and N.H.; Wight, Thomas,
Brief Discovery Of The Dangerous Principles Of John Horne And Thomas Moore : A fuller discovery of the dangerous principles and lying spirit of the people called Quakers : made manifest in George Whitehead, John Whitehead and George Fox the younger, in their book against Iohn Horne and Thomas Moore of Lin Regis in Northfolk / written by the said Thomas Moore and Iohn Horne for the fuller satifaction of all such as desire to be further satisfied about the evil and erroniousnesse of the said people called Quakers.; Moore, Thomas,
Brief History Of The Rise Growth Reign Supports And Sodain Fatal Foyl Of Po : Christian reprehension of confusion, ranterism, cruelty, and opposition to spiritual order and Christian liberty in brief reflections : first on a conceited pamphlet untruly stiled Spiritual order and Christian liberty proved consistent in the Churches of Christ, and impositions upon the consciences of believers &c. found antichristian and destructive to both, signed R.G. : secondly on A brief history of the rise, growth, reign, supports, and suddain fatal foil of popery, and description of six popish pillars, by a hidden author / by G.W. and S.C.; Whitehead, George,
Brief Relation Containing An Abreviation Of The Arguments Urged By The Late : A moderate answer to certain immoderate quæries laid down in a printed paper, entituled, A brief relation, : containing an abreviation of the arguments urged by the late Protector against the government of this nation by a King, &c. To convince men of the danger and inconveniencie thereof. Published for the good and information of Parliament, Army and people. / By Charles Noble Gent. an honorer of his present Highness and Parliament, and a great lover of his country.; Noble, Charles,
Brief Van Een Hollander In Londen : Schoenmaaker houd u by je leest, of, Interessante aanmerkingen over de volgende geschriften [electronic resource] : als, I. Brief van een Hollander in Londen, betreffende zeekere propositien van Zyne Doorl. Hoogheid, voorkomende in het extract uit de resolutien van H. Gr. Moogenden de Heeren Staaten van Holland en Westvriesland, inz. : II. Vrymoedige aanmerkingen op de Memorie den 9. April 1779 aan H.H. Mog. gepresenteerd door den Heer Ridder Yorke Engelsche ambassadeur : en andere over die zaak uitgekomene schriften : Waar agter een lierzang op de schraapzucht in den koophandel van den jaare 1778, 1779.
Briefe Confutation : A briefe ansvvere to certaine obiections against the treatise of faith, made by Ez. Culvervvell : Clearing him form the errors of Arminius, vniustly layd to his charge.; Culverwell, Ezekiel,
Briellat Thomas : The trial of Thomas Briellat, for seditious words, before Mr. Mainwaring at the Sessions-house, Clerkenwell-Green, December 6, 1793 [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand by Mr. Ramsay.; Briellat, Thomas.