Bedford (N.H.) -- History. : Province of New-Hampshire. [electronic resource] : Whereas application hath this day been made to me the subscriber, one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for said province, by the owners and proprietors of more than one sixteenth part of the township of Souhegan East, or Narragansett Township No. Five, alias Bedford, and part of the township of Merrimack ... to call a meeting of said owners and proprietors ...
Societies -- England -- Bedford -- Early works to 1800. : Potton Association : For the Protection of Property, and Punishment of Offenders, within the Parish of Potton, and the adjacent Towns, Parishes, and places, not exceeding the Distance of six miles from Potton: instituted the 23d day of February, and by adjournment to the 3d of March, 1790. .
Bedford, Thomas, -1653. -- Early works to 1800. : Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism: being the arguments prepared for (and partly managed in) the publick dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of Jan. 1649. With a ful reply to what he then answered, and what is contained in his sermon since preached, in his printed books, his M.S. on 1 Cor. 7.14. which I saw, against Mr. Marshall, against these arguments. With a reply to his valedictory oration at Bewdley; and a corrective for his antidote. / By Richard Baxter, a minister of Christ for his church at Kederminster. Constrained unavoidably hereto by Mr. Tombes his importunity: by frequent letters, messengers, in his pulpit, and at last in print, calling out for my arguments, and charging the deniall upon my conscience; with an appendix of animadversions on Mr. Bedfords tractate, and part of Dr. Wards, which seem to give too much to baptism.
Bedford, Thomas, -1653. : Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism : being the arguments prepared for ... the publike dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of January, 1649 : with a full reply to what he then answered, and what is contained in his sermon since preached .. against these arguments : with a reply to his valedictory oration at Bewdley, and a corrective for his antidote / by Richard Baxter ... ; hereto is added an appendix against the doctrine in the other extream, contained in a tractate of Mr. Th. Bedford's ... ; and with an epistle of Mr. Cranfords, and a tractate of Dr. Wards ...
Bedford, William Russell, 1613-1700. : Exceptions against Sir Cornelius Virmudens Discourse for the draining of the great fennes &c. : which in Ianuary 1638 he presented to the King for his designe : wherein His Majesty was mis-informed and abused in regard it wanteth all the essentiall parts of a designe : and the great and advantagious workes made by the late Earle of Bedford, slighted, and the whole adventure disparaged / published by Andrewes Burrell, Gent.
Art -- Private collections -- Great Britain -- Bedfordshire -- Exhibitions. : Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings, silver, tapestries : lent by the Duke of Bedford : presented in Australia at David Jones', Sydney, January 15th to January 27th 1962, Finney Isles, Brisbane, January 30th to February 6th, 1962, The Myer Emporium, Melbourne, February 12th to February 24th 1962, Charles Birks, Adelaide, February 27th to March 3rd 1962.
Auction catalogs -- England -- Bedfordshire -- Early works to 1800. : The particulars of a capital and very valuable freehold estate : most desirably situate In a fine Sporting Part of the County of Leicester, Seven Miles from Grantham, Seven from Melton-Mowbray, and Twenty from the Town of Leicester; comprising The Reputed Manor or Lordship of Coston, and One Thousand, Four Hundred, and Ninety-Nine Acres, Three Rood, and Eleven Perch, be the same more or less, of ancient inclosed fertile Grazing Meadow and Arable Land. Subject to a small annual Payment in lieu of all Tythes, And divided into eligible Farms, lying compact, nearly within Ring Fences, and agreeably intersected by a Rivulet; With Dwelling-Houses, Barns, Stabling, and suitable Out-Buildings; A Water Corn Mill, and sundry small Messuages and Cottages; the whole let to Mess. Gilbert, Bullivant, & Richard Harris, as Joint Tenants at will; at very old rents, amounting to Nine Hundred and Fifteen Pounds per Annum; the yearly value upon a late survey, near Twelve Hundred Pounds: Which will be sold by Auction, By Mr. Skinner and Co. On Wednesday the 12th of April, 1786, A.
Botany -- England -- Bedfordshire. : Flora Bedfordiensis : comprehending such plants as grow wild in the county of Bedford, arranged according to the system of Linnaeus, with occasional remarks. By Charles Abbot, M. A. F. L. S. Chaplain to the right hon. the Marquis of Tweedale, vicar of oakley raynes in Bedfordshire, and late fellow of new college, Oxford.