Bates Smart (Firm) : Bates Smart : selected projects 00-07 / [Roger Poole, Kristen Whittle, Philip Goad]
Bates, Stephen, 1964- : Sergison Bates, 2004-2016 : tolerancia y precisión = tolerance and precision / editores y directores, Fernando Márquez Cecilia y Richard Levene.
Bates, Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Letters written by Thomas Bates, lately executed at Aylesbury, with a correct account of his conduct in prison, from his committal to the day of his death [electronic resource].
Bates, W. T. C. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : M.C. Butler, petitioner, complainant, against W.H. Ellerbe, comptroller general, and W.T.C. Bates, treasurer of the state of South Carolina, and their successors in office [electronic resource] : arguments of Charles A. Douglass and LeRoy F. Youmans for petitioner, complainant : against the constitutionality of the registration and election law of South Carolina.
Bates, William. : Biographical collections : or lives and characters, from the works of the Reverend Mr. Baxter, and Dr. Bates, (with various additions interspersed) of the following excellent persons, viz, Mrs. Elizabeth Baker. Rev. Mr. Joseph Baker. Mrs. Mary Hanmer. Rev. Mr. Henry Stubbs Mrs. Mary Coxe. Henry Ashhurst, Esq; Mr. Benjamin Ashhurst. Rev. Mr. John Corbet. Queen Mary. Dr. Thomas Manton. Together with abstracts of their funeral sermons... .
Bates, William G. (William Gelston), 1803-1880. : Resolutions [electronic resource] / adopted by the Hampden Bar Association of Massachusetts suggested by the death of its late president, Hon. William G. Bates, and memorial addresses by Edward B. Gillett ... [et al.].
Adultery -- England -- Bath -- Early works to 1800. : Whoredom, fornication, and adultery, detected and laid open: with all the secret intrigues of the parties concern'd. : Being the genuine history of a person of distinction, that debauch'd a young lady, his own wife's sister, (who by his own confession had serv'd two ladies in the same manner before, in order to cool and cure the inordinate passion he had for her.) Containing a full and particular account of all the proceedings that followed: the like not to be parallell'd. Publish'd from an authentick copy, now in the possession of a noble Lord, for the information of the publick.
Agriculture -- England -- Bath -- Early works to 1800. : Queries from the Bath Agriculture Society, answers to which are respectfully requested, addressed to the High Sheriff through whose medium they are transmitted, or to E. Rack, secretary to the above Society at Bath....
[Bath and Co. (London, England)] -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800. : A description of the names and qualities of those medicinal compositions contained in the domestic medicine chests; with an account of their several uses,and the quantities proper to give at each dose. By Bath and Co. at their medicinal warehouse, No. 399 Oxford Street, ...
Bath and West of England Society -- Correspondence. : Letters and papers on agriculture, planting, &c. selected from the correspondence-book of the Society instituted at Bath, for the encouragement of agriculture, arts, manufactures, and commerce, within the Counties of Somerset, Wilts, Glocester, and Dorset, and the City and County of Bristol. To which is added, an appendix; containing, a proposal for the further improvement of agriculture; By a Member of the Society; and a translation of Mons. Hirzel's letter to Dr. Tissot, in Answer to Mons. Linguet's Treatise on Bread-Corn and Bread. By another Member of the Society.
Anglo-Saxons -- England -- Bath. : Bath : a study of settlement around the sacred hot springs from the mesolithic to the 17th century AD : an archaeological assessment / by Emily La Trobe-Bateman and Rosalind Niblett.
Anne, 1665-1714. -- Travel -- England -- Bath -- Early works to 1800. : The queen's famous progress : or; Her Majesty's royal journey to the Bath, and happy return. With the most remarkable particulars of her royal entertainment at Oxford, and Glorious and Triumphant Reception at the Bath, and all other places going and coming thence; Her liberal Bounty to the Poor, and touching many of the Evil: As also how 200 Virgins cloathed in white met the Queen, with Bows and Arrows by their Sides; with the Number of Shepherds that met her Majesty in her return, with their Croks and Tarboxes, Singing and Playing on Pipes of Reeds &c. As also a great Number of Spinners with their Country Wheels, Dancing and Singing by Her Majesty's Coach; and how the Queen was graciously pleas'd to Reward them with her Charitable Bounty. To which is added, Several Ingenious Poems and Verses, spoken to Her Majesty at Oxford, &c. by Persons of great Quality; with Her Majesty's Gracious Speech to the University.