Benson, Joseph, 1749-1821. : A letter to Mr. Benson : containing strictures on a pamphlet, called A defence of the conference, signed A. Mather, J. Pawson, and J. Benson. By Thomas Shaw, preacher of the Gospel, Late in Connexion with the Reverend and Celebrated Mr. John Wesley. With what measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again. St. Matt. Sermon on the Mount.
Benson, Joseph, 1749-1821. : A full confutation of the Rev. John Fletcher's Appeal, &c. : Remarks on the writings of the Rev. John Wesley. Animadversions on a discourse of Mr. Joseph Benson. Strictures on some of the Rev. Joseph Milner's works. Observations on an Answer to the Ten Horns of Calvinism. By Nicholas Manners.
Benson, Mary, -1797 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Horrid murder! A full, true, and particular account of a most barbarous and inhuman murder : Committed on the body of Mrs. Cox, in Garden-street, in the Parish of St. George in the East, by Mary Benson, alias Mrs. Phipoe, who was tried at the Old Bailey about two years ago, for extorting a bond for two thousand pounds, from Mr. Curtois, of Oxendon-street, and attempting to murder him.
Benson, Ralph, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial at large, Parr v. Benson [electronic resource] : in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, December 20, 1808 : before Lord Ellenborough and a special jury, in which the damages were laid at thirty thousand pounds / accurately taken in short hand.
Benson, Richard. : The farm : the story of one family and the English countryside / Richard Benson.
Benson, William, 1682-1754. : A vindication of Mr. George Buchanan's paraphrase of the Book of psalms : from the objections rais'd against it by William Benson, Esq; Auditor in Exchequer, in the supplement and conclusion he has annex'd to his prefatory discourse to his new edition of Dr. Arthur Johnston's version of that sacred book. In which also, upon a comparison of the performances of those two poets, the superiority is demonstrated to belong to Buchanan. Wherein likewise several Passages of the Original are occasionally illustrated: Together with some useful Observations concerning the Latin Poetry and Arts of Versification. In a letter to that learned gentleman. By Thomas Ruddiman, A.M.
Bensted, Thomas. : Canterburies amazement, or, The ghost of the yong fellow Thomas Bensted : who was drawne, hangd, and quartered by the meanes of the Bishop of Canterburie, who appeared to him in the Tower since the Iesuites execution : with a discourse between the two heads on London Bridge, the one being Thomas Bensteeds , the other the late Iesuites.