Bunraku puppets. : Bunraku [videorecording] : Japan's classic puppet theater / directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Bunratty Castle (Ireland) -- Early works to 1800. : Very sad and bloody nevves from Ireland, [electronic resource] : of the losse of Bunratty in Munster, and Roscmon in Connaught. Where the rebels put to the sword, Sir Charles Coot his brother, L. Colonel Mac-Adams, and many gallant Englishmen, and the particulas [sic] thereof. As also, letters from the officers of the Scottish army, and their desires to the Committee of both Kingdomes. These are examined, and printed and published according to order of Parliament.
Bunt (Disease of wheat) : True nature, causes and sad effects of the rust, the bunt, the smut, and other maladies of wheat, and of oats in the field / Part V of Alimurgia, or Means of Rendering Less Serious the Dearths, proposed for the relief of the poor by G.T.Tozzetti. Transl. from the Italian by L.R.Tehon.
Buntin, Thomas, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Massachusetts, Thomas Buntin, master : the said Thomas Buntin, claimant of the ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture, on behalf of himself, Amos Atkinson, Stephen Frotheringham and Ebenezer Hale, severally of Newbery and Newbery Port, in the state of Massachusetts, in North America, and citizens of the United States of America, the true, lawful and sole owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against, Giovanni Battista Caviglia, commander of the private ship of war Endeavour, the captor, respondent [electronic resource] : an appeal from the Vice Admiralty Court of the Island of Malta : appellant's case.
Buntine, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : George Smollet Provost of the Burgh of Dumbarton, James Duncanson and Humphry Collquhonn Baillies of the said Burgh; Giles Mitchel Dean of Guild, James Nicoll Treasurer of the said Burgh; Sir James Smaller, Dongal Campbell of Craignish, John Semple of Dulmoack, James Champbell, Son of William Campbell, late Baillie of Dumbarton, Jomes Houal Merchant; John Irwine, William Curroch, John Glen, William Wilson, and John Campbell, Counsellor of the said Burgh; Archibald Cook Common Clerk, Allan Semple Officer, and John Campbell Master of the Works of the said Burgh of Dumbarton, appellants. William Buntin, David Colquhon. David Weir, Alexander Weir Merchant, Robert Lally, William Traquair, William Buntine younger; John Buchannan, Rober Mcallaster, Alexander Weir Tailor; Robert Mitchel, John Kennedy, William Lange, Patrick Hutchinson, David Hutchinson, John Colquhon, William Mitchel, James Smith, and Alexander Gardiner, respondents. The appellant's case [electronic resource].
Bunting, Basil. : Basil Bunting : man and poet / edited with an introduction by Carroll F. Terrell.