Buckinghamshire England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The true description of two monsterous children, : laufully begotten betwene George Steuens and Margerie his wyfe, and borne in the parish of Swanburne in Buckingham shyre, the. iiii. of Aprill. anno Domini. 1566. the two children hauing both their belies fast ioyned together, and imbracyng one an other with their armes: which children wer both a lyue by the space of half an hower, and wer baptized, and named the one John, and the other Joan.; Mellys, John.
Buckland Ralph 1564 1611 Embassage From Heaven : Of romanizing recusants, and dissembling Catholicks. A counter-maund of a counterfeit embassage. Or, An answer to the posthume pamphlet of Ralfe Buckland sometime a popish priest : secretly printed and published after his death about a yeere a goe.; Sanderson, Thomas,
Buckler Edward 1610 1706 : With the light is fifteen priests, : (of the Isle of Wight reproved, who have joyned and subscribed their names together, (and printed) in publike view, declaring themselves to be ministers of Christ; yet confessing and largely demonstrating that they are dark sinful sinners of the Gentiles, living in obscurity, chained up in a cave of darkness, their light eclipsed, their eyes dim, their sloath great, their hearts begin to gather blackness, and are seised on with fear, and that their authority in preaching is marred by unholy living, and that the greatest misteries of their religion have been squeesed out of the writings of heathens. ... Ro. Tuchin. Robert Dingley. Vincent Spark. Thomas Clark. William Bignel. John Barnes, James Craswick. Joshua Tomkins. William Harby. Ric. Beminster. Edward Bucklar. John Martin. Simon Pole. Martin Wells. Mathew Hearn. / Given forth as a true testimony from the hand of one of the meanest servants of the eternal living truth, against a rebellious seed of evil and deceitful workers, that cannot cease from sin, whose mouthes are to be stopt, under whom this body in vvhich I am, suffers bonds, tryals, and tribulations, for the testimony of Jesus, and of a pure conscience, though in a filthy noysome prison, the common jaile, and stinking dungeon and house of correction, (vvith other of the friends of Christ at Winchester: I ha[v]e suffered a close and cruel imprisonment well nigh seven months, but Father forgive them that hate me without cause, and know me by no other name then Daniel Baker.; D. B.
Buckley Samuel 1674 1741 : Catalogus librorum præstantiorum : (Ex Hollandia nuperrimè Advectorum) quibus bibliopoulium suum extruxit Samuel Buckley, ad insigne Delphiniè regione ecclesiæ S. Dunstani in Fleet-street.; Buckley Samuel,
Buckley Stephen : Stephen Buckley / edited by Marco Livingstone.; Buckley, Stephen,
Buckminster Thomas Approximately 1531 1599 : Foure great lyers, striuing who shall win the siluer whetstone : Also, a resolution to the countri-man, prouing is vtterly vnlawfull to buye or vse our yeerly prognostications. Written by W.P.; Perkins, William,
Buda Hungary Description And Travel : A Description of Buda, in its ancient and present state : with an exact and compleat account of the siege thereof : began by the Duke of Lorrain, July 14. 1684, and continued by him and the elector of Bavaria, till November the first, at which time the siege was raised.
Buda Hungary History 17th Century : A short relation of the most remarkable transactions in several parts of Europe between the Christians and Turks : including an exact diary of the siege of Buda / written originally by a person of honour, a voluntier in the compagne, and done into English by P.R.; Person of honour,
Buda Hungary History 17th Century Sources : A letter to a friend : being an historical account of the affairs of Hungary, more particularly relating to Buda and how treacherously it was surpized by Solyman the Magnificent from the Christians Anno 1541 : as also an account of the late siege anno 1684.; A. B.