West Indies -- Discovery and exploration -- British -- Early works to 1800. : A relation of the rare occurrences in a third voyage made by Sir Francis Drake into the West Indies in the years 72 and 73 [electronic resource] : when Nombre de Dios was by him and 52 others only in his company surprised / faithfully taken out of ye reports of Mr. Christopher Ceelie, Ellis Hixon and others ... by Phillip Nicholls, preacher ; reviewed also by ye same Sir Francis Drake.
British -- West Indies -- History -- Sources. : Sir Francis Drake's raid on the treasure trains being the memorable relation of his voyage to the West Indies in 1572 / faithfully taken from eye witness reports by members of the expedition ; enlarged by Drake's own hand ; now newly edited by Janet & John Hampden ; with wood-engravings by Geoffrey Wales.
Britons -- Antiquities. : Celtic researches on the origin, traditions & language, of the ancient Britons : with some introductory sketches on primitive society / by Edward Davies.
A lover of his country. : Serious considerations on the present state of affairs, both at home and abroad : and the fatal consequences reasonably to be expected from thence; with critical remarks upon our conduct, and that of the Dutch, as explain'd and vindicated in a late Pamphlet. As also upon that of the King of Prussia, upon his extraordinary Manifesto; and the Emperor's Commissorial Decree. The whole, in a letter to the Lords B, and C.
Britons -- England -- Bath. : Bath : a study of settlement around the sacred hot springs from the mesolithic to the 17th century AD : an archaeological assessment / by Emily La Trobe-Bateman and Rosalind Niblett.