Brooks, Preston Smith, 1819-1857. : Communication addressed to the President of the Senate, by the Hon. Preston S. Brooks, relating to his late assault on the Hon. Mr. Sumner, disclaiming any purpose to offend against the privileges or dignity of the Senate, and expressing his earnest desire, if it be so considered, to atone for it, as far as may be, by this unhesitating and unqualified apology. June 2, 1856. -- Read, ordered to lie on the table and be printed. [electronic resource]
Brooks, : A discourse, delivered at the funeral of the Reverend Robert Breck : Pastor of the First Church in Springfield, who departed this life April 23, 1784; in the seventy-first year of his age, and in the forty-ninth year of his ministry. By Joseph Lathrop, A.M. Pastor of a church in West Springfield. [Eight lines from Young].
Brooks, R. : External Debt Histories of Ten Low-Income Developing Countries [electronic resource] : Lessons from Their Experience / Kevin Ross.
Brooks, Richard, active 1740-1743. : Observations on milling broad and narrow cloth, &c. : shewing I. The many destructive errors that attend the common method of milling, and Reading or Tighting of Cloth, during its Milling. And, II. The many advantages that accrue, instead thereof, from the use of a new instrument, called a regulator. To which is annexed, A Certificate signed by several of the most eminent Clothiers in the Superfine Trade. By Richard Brooks, Clothier, Inventor of the said Regulator, and Patentee, at the Devizes, in the County of Wilts.
Brooks, Richard Albert Edward : The diary of Michael Floy, Jr., Bowery village, 1833-1837. Edited by Richard Albert Edward Brooks, with an introductory note, annotations, and postscript by Margaret Floy Washburn.