Bishop, George, -1611. : [Device, belonging to either George Bishop, Christopher Barker, or Robert Barker, of an open book under rays of light issuing from a cloud encircled by the motto, "Dat esse manus superesse Minerva" ].
Bishop, George, -1668. : A manifesto declaring what George Bishope hath been to the city of Bristoll and the particular persons now in authority therein and what hee hath received from them in recompence : occasioned by the late sentence of banishment pronounced upon him by them, 16th, 7th Mon., 1665, and other useages for his conscience to God / by George Bishope.
Bishop, George, -1668. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker.
Bishop, George, -1668. : The imposter dethron'd, or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to bee Satans seat of lyes : by way of reply to a quaking and railing pamphlet written by Capt. Bishop entituled, The throne of truth exalted over the powers of darkness wherein is briefly hinted the rottenness of the Quakers conversion and perfection ... / by Ralph Farmer.
Bishop, George, d.1668. : An experience of defeat : George Bishop, from soldier to Quaker during the English Civil War and Interregnum / by Maryann Feola-Castelucci.
Bishop, Henry, active 1660-1663. : To the Honourable, the Commons of England assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of Samuel Northcot, Thomas Stride, William Swetnam, William Greene, Robert Hutchins, and James Ware, for and on the behalf of themselves and the rest of the old post-masters of England, Wales and Ireland, &c.
Bishop Hill (Ill.) : Bishop Hill. Svensk koloni pä prärien. Bishop Hill, Ill : A utopia on the praire / text, Olov Isaksson ; Foto: Sören Hallgren. Inledning av Folke Isaksson ; Övers, till engleska av Albert Read. I samarbete med Statens historiska museum ...
Bishop, John, -1608. -- Early works to 1800. : The liues, apprehension, araignment & execution, of Robert Throgmorton. William Porter. Iohn Bishop. Gentlemen : Together with the prayer which themselues made, & exercised both after their co[n]uiction & at their execution, who were al executed at S. Thomas a Watrings, on Fryday being the 26 of Februarie. 1608. for certaine robberies, & a muther committed on Bagshot-Heath.
Bishop, John, -1831. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The history of the London burkers : containing faithful and authentic account of the horrid acts of the noted resurrectionists Bishop, Williams, May, etc., etc., and their trial and condemnation at the Old Bailey for the wilful murder of Carlo Ferrari, with the criminals' confessions after trial : including also the life, character, and behaviour of the atrocious Eliza Ross, the murderer of Mrs. Walsh, etc., etc.
Bishop, Nic, 1955- : Something about the author. Volume 161 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Maikue Vang, project editor.
Udall, Ephraim, -1647. -- Early works to 1800. : Die Martis, 9. Feb: 1640. VVhereas complaint hath beene made unto us by Iames Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, and primate of all Ireland : that a certaine pamphlet hath been lately most injuriously fathered upon him and spread abroad under the false title of The Bishop of Armaghs direction to the house of Parliament, concerning the liturgie and episcopall governement...
Law, William, 1686-1761. : The grounds of civil and ecclesiastical government briefly consider'd : by John Jackson, Rector of Rossington in Yorkshire. To which is added, a defence of the Bishop of Bangor, against the objections of Mr. Law.
Gastrell, Francis, 1662-1725. : Considerations on the English constitution in church and state : relating to the Lord Bishop of Chester's case, &c. Wherein, I. The Prerogative Royal of the Imperial Crown of the Realm of England; II. The Prerogative Powers and Privileges of the Archbishops of the Archiepiscopal See of Canterbury: And, III. The Legal Rights, Privileges, and Liberties of the Reverend Presbyters of the Church of England, are demonstratively Asserted and Defended, against Universities Usurping sole Power of granting Degrees, &c. as claimed in an Essay for that purpose lately made by that Learned Person, in a Book, entitled, The Bishop of Chester's Case, with relation to the Wardenship of Manchester, &c.
Wake, William, 1657-1737. : An impartial examination of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Salisbury's, Oxford's, Lincoln's and Norwich's speeches upon the first and second articles of Dr. Sacheverell's impeachment. Wherein a very gross mistake committed by My Lord of Norwich, is justly reprehended.
Church of England. : Remarks upon the Bishop of London's pastoral letter. : In vindication of Mr. Whitefield, and his particular doctrines. By Robert Seagrave, M.A.
Church of England. : A second vindication of the Bishop of London's pastoral letter. : In answer to the additions in the second edition of a late pamphlet, entitled, An address to the inhabitants of the two great cities of London and Westminster, &c. Addressed to the Author by an Inhabitant of one of those two Great Cities.
Gibson, Edmund, 1669-1748. : An earnest appeal to the publick; o : On Occasion of Mr. Whitefield's Extraordinary Answer to the pastoral letter of the Lord Bishop of London. Intended To Vindicate his Lordship from the Extravagant Charges and Mean Evasions contained in the said Pretended Answer; and to detect the True Spirit and Design of its Author, from his Notorious Inconsistence with himself, his Disregard of the Church by whose Authority he preaches, and his Treatment of those whom that Church hath constituted his Superiors. Address'd to The Rev. Mr. John Wesley. (mr. Whitefield being absent.).