Brick trade -- Texas -- Thurber -- History. : The birth of a Texas ghost town [electronic resource] : Thurber, 1886-1933 / Mary Jane Gentry ; edited and with an introduction by T. Lindsay Baker ; foreword by Larry Gatlin.
Brickdale, Matthew, 1735-1831. : The whole proceedings of the late contested election, of the city of Bristol; between Messrs. Cruger, Burke, Clare, & Brickdale : which began on Monday, October 9th, 1774; and was carried on for Twenty-Three Days, with unremitting Ardour on all Sides. This Narrative contains The animated and spirited Speeches, on the Occasion, by the Patriotic Members, Cruger and Burke: To which will be added, for the Information of the Public, (to make the Whole as intelligible as possible) The Petition of Mr. Brickdale, of the City of Bristol; as well as that of the City; together with the Names of the Petitioners:-The Learned Speeches of the Council, before the Committee of the House of Commons;-Examination of Witnesses;-Mr. Cruger's Speech in the House of Commons, on American Affairs;-Speech of the Right Honourable John Wilkes, Esq; Lord Mayor of the City of London, on Wednesday, February the 22d, for expunging from the Journals the Resolution of the 17th February, 1769. Embellished with an Engraving of that justly celebrated Patriot, Edmund Burke, Esq.
Bricklayers -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : 1570. The book of ordinances belonging to the Company of Tylers and Brick-Layers incorporated within the city of London : vvhich ordinances have been perused, allowed, ratified, and confirmed by the Right Honourable, Sir Nicholas Bacon Knight, lord keeper of the Great Seal of England; William Marquess of Winchester, lord high treasurer of England, and Sir Robert Catlyn Knight, lord chief justice of the Kings-Bench, by their writing under their hands and seals, bearing date the fourteenth day of July, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth.
Bricklayers -- Humor. : Fresh and most interesting intelligence! [electronic resource] : Extract of a letter from Patrick Nailor to Richard Bellowsblower, Esquire.