Batavia Trials Murder New York State : People of the State of New York against Edward Newton Rowell : a trial upon an indictment for manslaughter in the first degree for killing Johnson Livingston Lynch, of Utica, N. Y., at Batavia, N. Y., on the evening of October 30, 1883, commenced in the Oyer and Terminer of Genesee Co., January 21, and ended with a verdict of not guilty, January 31, 1884 : the evidence, arguments of counsel, and charge of the court.
Batchiler, John. ca. 1615-1674. : A short discovery of certain truths of God [electronic resource] : according as they are revealed through the manifestation of the eternal light of the Son of righteousnesse, which are, a reply against two things in an epistle, and, an answer to certain queries contained in a book, intituled Christian queries, to quaking Christians, subscribed by one J.B. : also queries propounded, to be answered by the authour of the same book, or any other / by John Story.
Bate, Antonii -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Poemativm nvptiale in honorem nvptiarvm ornatissimi veri Antonii Bate, Pharmacopolae Hatherslebiensis: & pudicae virginis Mettae VVilhelmi Schomakers ibidem consulis filiae. [electronic resource] / Scriptum a Georgio Schomakero ...
Bate, Dorothea. : Discovering Dorothea : the life of the pioneering fossil-hunter Dorothea Bate / Karolyn Shindler.
Bate, Elizabeth, d. 1826. : Pratt's edition of the trial of Alexander & Michael McKean, (alias Alexander & Michael Keand,) for the murder of Elizabeth Bate, on the 22d. of May last, at the Jolly Carter, Public-House, Winton, before Mr. Justice Park, at Lancaster Assizes, on Friday the 18th. of August, 1826 [electronic resource] : to which are added full particulars of their apprehension of their conduct whilst in prison, and an account of their execution / taken in short-hand by R. Bulfield.
Bate, James, 1703-1775. Infidelity scourged. : Remarks on a pamphlet entitled, Infidelity scourged or Christianity vindicated, [electronic resource] : written by James Bate, M. A. Rector of St. Paul's Deptford. Wherein the origin of deism is inquired into and assigned, and Mr. Bates treatment of the Quakers detected and exposed.