Barry, Robert, 1936- -- Exhibitions. : Carl André, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbets, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol Lewitt, Richard Long, N.E. Thing Co. Ltd., Robert Smithson, Lawrence Weiner : [catalog of the exhibition], July, August, September 1969 = [catalogue de l'exposition], juillet, août, septembre 1969 = [Ausstellungskatalog], Juli, August, September 1969.
Barry, Spranger, 1719-1777. : A treatise on the passions, so far as they regard the stage; with a critical enquiry into the theatrical merit of Mr. G-k, Mr. Q-n, and Mr. B-y. The first considered in the part of Lear, the two last opposed in Othello.
Barry, Spranger, 1719-1777 -- Periodicals. : The Kapélion, or, Poetical ordinary [electronic resource] : consisting of great variety of dishes in prose and verse : recommended to all who have a good taste or keen appetite / by Archimagirus Metaphoricus.
Barrymore, David Fitz-David Barry, 1605-1642. -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of certaine nevvs from the west of Ireland. : Conteining, 1 The treasonable intents of the Irish rebels, to crown Sir Philome Oneale King of Ireland. And how his crown is taken and carried to the Parliament, the 9 of Iune. 2 The taking and demolishing of the Lord Barramoore's house, called Castle Lyon, by the three arch rebels the Lord Roach, the Lord Musgrave, and Mac. Donah. 3 An allarme given at the wals at Bandonbridge, by Macharta Rhe, and 10000 rebels, how they were repulsed, what numbers were slaine and what pillage was taken. With other remarkable things. Sent in a letter by Sir Robert Trevers, from Bandonbridge, the third of Iune 1642, to Lieutenant Iames Finch, in London.