Beck, James B. (James Burnie), 1822-1890. : Memorial addresses on the life and character of James B. Beck (a Senator from Kentucky) [electronic resource] : delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives August 23 and September 13, 1890 / prepared ... by W.H. Michael.
Beck, James H. : Watching art : writings in honor of James Beck = studi di storia dell'arte in onore di James Beck / a cura di Lynn Catterson e Mark Zucker.
Beck, Jeff. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 4 : profiles of the people in music / Michael L. LaBlanc, editor.
Beck, John B. (John Brodhead), 1794-1851 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial on an indictment for libel in "The American Lancet" [electronic resource] : containing the whole evidence, speeches of counsel, recorder's charge, &c., &c. : accusers in behalf of the state, Drs. J.B. Beck, E.G. Ludlow, and divers others, against Dr. J.G. Vought, editor and proprietor of the American lancet, Dr. Wm. Anderson, assistant editor, & Dr. Samuel Osborn, one of the contributors.
Beck, Joshua. : The declaration of John Robins : the false prophet, otherwise called the Shakers god, and Joshua Beck, and John King, the two false disciples, with the rest of their fellow-creatures now prisoners in the new-prison at Clarkenwell: delivered to divers of the gentry and citizens, who on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday last reported thither to dispute with them: with the citizens proposals to the said John Robins, concerning his opinion and judgement, and his answer thereunto: together with his prophesie of what is to come to pass this year, 1651. & the strange things revealed to him: his religion, principles, and creed: as also his blasphemous tenents, in attributing an inspiration from the Holy Ghost: with the manner of their diet, and his woe pronounced concerning all those that drink ale. / By G.H. an ear-witness.
Beck, Margaret -- Early works to 1800. : The revvard of oppression, tyranny, and injustice committed by the late kings and queens of England and others; : by the unlawful entry and unlawful deteiner of the dutchie lands of Lancaster. Declared in the case of Samuel Beck, an infant, and directed to his Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of England, &c. and to the Right Honorable his Privy Counsel / by Margaret Beck widow, late wife of Nevill Beck, mother and guardian to the infant.
Beck, Martha Jule Seabrook, -1951. : Introduction to murder : the unpublished facts behind the notorious Lonely Hearts killers, Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez / by Wenzell Brown.
Beck, Melvin, 1913- : Secret contenders : the myth of Cold War counterintelligence / by Melvin Beck ; introduction by Thomas Powers.
Beck, Samuel. : The reward of oppression, tyranny, and injustice committed by the late kings and queens of England and others : by the unlawful entry and unlawful deteiner of the dutchie lands of Lancaster : declared in the case of Samuel Beck, an infant, and directed to his Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of England &c. and to the Right Honorable his Privy Counsel / by Margaret Beck.
Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855. : Eulogy on the life and character of Theod[o]ric Romeyn Beck, M.D., LL. D. [electronic resource] : delivered before the Medical Society of the State of New-York / by Frank Hastings Hamilton.
Beck, Wilhelmine, -1851. : Personal adventures during the late war of independence in Hungary. : Comprising an account of her missions under the orders of Kossuth to the different posts of the Hungarian Army during the contest ...