Bradly, George W. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Circuit Court of the United States, Eastern District of Missouri, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Eastern Division, the Wabash Railroad Company vs. John J. Hannahan, Charles A. Lweton, Fred Englehardt, B.W. Schafer, Chas J. Augur, A.H. Martin, H.C. Niemeyer, W.G. Lee, J.R. Courtney, E.C. White, F.H. Hecox, George W. Bradly, Jos. Sell, F.G. Shepard, W.E. Rowe, H. McManus, Wm. McKay, C.H. Wilkins, P.H. Morrissey, T.R. Dodge, Timothy Shea, F.W. Arnold, A.E. Jordan [electronic resource] : in equity.
Bradly, Richard. : The Attorney general on reading the votes of the 19th of June last, finds that a petition of the justices of Albany, was (during his absence then in the country) presented to the General Assembly ... [electronic resource]
Bradman, Arthur -- Poetry. : Pandromicus. [electronic resource] : The grammar school masters solilo[q]ui. : To wh[ich are added] poems, on various occasions. / By Arthur Bradman, Esq.
Bradman, Tony. : Something about the author. Volume 152 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Susan Strickland, project editor.
Bradney, Joseph, Murepsologia -- Early works to 1800. : Murepsologia : or, the art of the apothecary, traced up to its original source in history; and the Antiquity and Consequence of the Druggists and Drug Merchants asserted and maintained against the Misrepresentations of the author of a late history of Medicine. The Nature and Design of that Publication Examined, and the true foundation of the Respectable character of the Apothecary of Great Britain, at the present time, pointed out and illustrated, By Joseph Bradney, Esq.
Bradshaigh, Roger, 1628-1684. : Righteousness encouraged and rewarded with an everlasting remembrance : in a sermon at the funeral of the right worshipful Sir Roger Bradshaigh of Haigh, Knight and Baronet, who died at Chester on Monday, March 31, and was buried at Wigan, Friday, Apr. 4, 1684 / by Richard Wroe ...
Bradshaw, Dearing -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time [electronic resource] : with notes and other illustrations / compiled by T.B. Howell.
Bradshaw, Ellis. -- Early works to 1800. : Wickedness weighed: in an answer to a book, called, The Quakers quaking principle, examined and refuted. Set forth by Ellis Bradshaw; and dedicated, as he saith, to his Highness the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the dominions thereof; much boasted of by the author, but as little worth, as the boast is great. The man's envy carrying him with such envy against the innocent, till he speak he knows not what, concerning the Father, and the Son, the Word, the Light, and Spirit: here is also, some marks, and maintenance of the true ministers set down; and also of the false; their fruits differing them, according to Christs rule in Scripture: with divers other things, to keep the simple from deceit. / By a friend to the work of God, but an enemy to the Devils work, where it is found and pleaded for, called of the world James Naylor.
Bradshaw, Ellis. : The railer rebuked : in a reply to a paper subscribed Ellis Bradshaw, who calls it The Quakers whitest devil unvailed: but hath discovered a dark devil in himself, as in his paper appears / replied by him who is called James Nailer.
Bradshaw family. : A history and family tree of William Bradshaw and his wife Elizabeth Foster 1792-1984 and George Robertson and his wife Margaret Finn 1816-1984 and their descendants in Australia / compiled and written by David J. Bradshaw.
Bradshaw Field Training Area (N.T.) : Report relating to the proposed development of infrastructure on the Bradshaw Field Training Area, near Timber Creek, NT / Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works.
Bradshaw, Henry, 1831-1886. : Henry Bradshaw's correspondence on incunabula with J. W. Holtrop and M. F. A. G. Campbell / Henry Bradshaw, J. W. Holtrop and M. F. A. G. Campbell] ; Edited by Wytze and Lotte Hellinga.
Bradshaw, John, 1602-1659. -- Anecdotes. : Bradshaw's ghost : being a dialogue between the said ghost, and an apparition of the late King Charles : wherein are laid down severall transactions that did occur in the many passages of his life, never known before : to which is added, his last will and testament.