Bambouzelberg, Bernardine. : The case of St. Winefred open'd : or, an unanswerable confutation of St. Winefred's Life, the Bishop's Historical observations, the Examiner, and the Guardian on the same subject. Wherein is proved, that these several treatises were written by the same hand. By Dr. Bernardine Bambouzelberg.
Bambra, Audrey. : Teaching folk dancing / Audrey Bambra and Muriel Webster.
Bambra CL, Hillier FC, Cairns JM. : How effective are interventions at reducing socioeconomic inequalities in obesity among children and adults? Two systematic reviews / Bambra CL, Hillier FC, Cairns JM [and others].
Bambrick, Heather, : Daniel Tiger's Neighbourhood : Daniel Visits School / Director: Kapridov, Vadim.
Bamburgh Castle, : A catalogue of the library at Bamburgh Castle : in the county of Northumberland, divided into three alphabetical parts. I. English: II. Latin and other antient languages. III. French and other modern languages. With a table of references to each. Published by order of the trustees of the estates of the right honourable Nathanael late Lord Crewe, and Lord Bishop of Durham.
Bamburgh, Johannis. : Liber magistri Galfridi Anglici de nova poetri, id est, de artificio loquendi [microform]
Bambusi, Dario. : Symmetry and Perturbation Theory [electronic resource] : proceedings of the international conference SPT 2001, Cala Gonone, Sardinia, Italy, 6-13 May 2001 / edited by Dario Bambusi, Giuseppe Gaeta, Mariano Cadoni.
Bamfield, H. J. K. : The art of sailing : a practical handbook on the equipment, handling and upkeep of open, half-decked and small decked boats / by H.J.K. Bamfield and S.E. Palmer ; with photographs, and diagrams by "Van".
Bamfield, John. : The copy of a letter to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: subscribed by the Justices of the Peace, and committee of Devonshire, concerning the souldiers. And the Generalls answer thereunto; vvith His Excellencies propositions. Also heads of new propositions sent from the Army to the Parliament. Desiring that six weeks pay may bee provided presently for the Army, or a moneths pay at least. That their arrears may be paid out of the remainder of Bishops lands, deans, and chapters, two parts of delinquents estates, yet uncompounded for, and forrest lands. That if constant pay be provided for the Army, it shall bee death to any who shall take free quarter, or plunder; to which end they desire the 60000 li. per mensum, may be made up 100000 li. a moneth. Novemb. 10. 1647. Imprimatur G.M.
Bamfield, Samuel. : A new treatise of astronomy : or astronomy opened: being a rational and mathematic enquiry into the true principles and nature of astronomy, or frame of our solar system. Wherein Divers and weighty Reasons will be offered, to shew that the present-received System cannot possibly be the True one. Also a New System will be humbly proposed, for the Examination of the Learned, whereby all the Coelestial Phoenomena will be much more naturally explained, and accounted for, than by the present System, and without that oblique and unnatural Motion of the Earth our Astronomers are obliged to suppose. By Samuel Bamfield, Teacher of Mathematics, at Honiton, Devon.