Bromfield Edward Sir : By the King : a proclamation touching the Corporation of Sope-makers of London.; England and Wales.
Bromfield Lawrence Sir : Certain scruples and doubts of conscience about taking the Solemne League and Covenant; : first printed in the yeare 1643. Wherein is briefly intimated the invalidity thereof, inconsistency with, and contradiction to it self, and all former oathes, and the very protestation so lately before imposed upon the people of this nation, by the same authority that did force upon us the said League and Covenant. Being now reprinted and in all love tendered to the consideration of Sir Lawrence Bromfeild and Mr. Zach. Grofton [sic]; with all others who are conscientious as well as zealous. Together with a letter directed to the author of the said Scruples and doubts / by John Gauden D.D. and chaplain to his Majesty in Ordinary.; Gauden, John,
Bromley P M : Family law towards the milennium : essays for P. M. Bromley / edited by Caroline Bridge.
Bromley Thomas 1629 1691 : A catalogue of Mr. T. Bromley's library, consisting of excellent, Latin and English books, : on most subjects and in all volumes. Which will be sold by auction: the sale to begin on Wednesday next the 26th. of August, 1691: betwixt three and four a clock in the afternoon, and continue from day to day till all be sold, at Tom's Coffee-House adjoyning to Ludgate, where gentlemen may receive catalogues gratis. and at Mr. Bennets at the half Moon in St. Pauls Church-yard. Terms of sale ...
Bromley William 1663 1732 : The case of the right honourable the Lord Leigh in answer to a printed paper entitled, The case of Dame Elizabeth, the vvife of said Thomas Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, &c.
Bromley William 1663 1732 Remarks In The Grande Tour Of France And : Advertisement, October 22, 1705. : This day is publish'd, Remarks on the grand tour of France and Italy: perform'd by a person of quality in the year 1691. The second edition. To which is added, a table of the principal matters. Printed for John Nutt, near Stationers-Hall, 1705. Price 3s. 6d..
Bromman George : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from this last Lent Assizes at the city of Winchester in Hampshire : being a full and true relation of George Bromman, and Dorothy Newman, his wicked strumpet, being both agreed to make away his own wife, and son ... : also the manner how they were hang'd in chains ... on Tuesday the 7th of this instant March, 1676 : as also an account of a young-man that murdered his sweet-heart, being his fellow-servant at Stratford by Bow ... : as also hovv he vvas condemn'd to be hang'd at Chelmsford Assizes, the 28th of February, 1676 / by L. White.; White, L.,