Burrish, George. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Copies of all the minutes and proceedings taken at and upon the several tryals of Captain George Burrish, Captain Edmund Williams, Captain John Ambrose, Lieutenant Henry Page, Lieutenant Charles Davids, Lieutenant William Griffiths, and Lieutenant Cornelius Smelt, respectively : before the court martial lately held at Chatham, and all the proceedings relating thereunto.
Burrish, George. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The trials at large, taken at the Court-Martial, held upon Henry Page, Charles Davids, William Griffiths, and Cornelius Smelt, Lieutenants on board the Dorsetshire, commanded by Captain George Burrish. Also upon Capt. George Burrish, on board the London, from the 24th of September, to the 9th of October, 1745. : Being an enquiry into the conduct of the said gentleman in the late engagement in the mediterranean on the 11th of February 1743, under the the command of Adml. Mathews. To which is prefixed, the English, Spanish, and French lines of battle, with a * to the officers that are to be try'd.
Burrough, Edward, 1633-1663. -- Early works to 1800. : A just defence and vindication of Gospel ministers and Gospel ordinances : against the Quakers many false accusations, slanders and reproaches. In ansvver to John Horwood his letter, and E.B. his book, called, A just and lawful tryal of the ministers and teachers of this age, and several others. Proving the ministers calling and maintenance just and lawful, and the doctrine of perfection by free justification, preached by them, agreeable to the scriptures. VVith the Quakers objections answered. And the Quakers perfection by hearkning to, and obeying a light within them, proved contrary to the scriptures. And their practices in ten particulars proved contrary to the commands and examples of Christ and his apostles. By a lover of gospel ministers and gospel ordinances.
Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. : George Fox digg'd out of his burrovves, or An offer of disputation on fourteen proposalls made this last summer 1672 (so call'd) unto G. Fox then present on Rode-Island in New-England, [electronic resource] / by R.W. ; As also how (G. Fox slily departing) the disputation went on being managed three dayes at Newport on Rode-Island, and one day at Providence, between John Stubs, John Burnet, and William Edmundson on the one part, and R.W. on the other. In which many quotations out of G. Fox & Ed. Burrowes book in folio are alleadged. ; With an apendix of some scores of G.F. his simple lame answers to his opposites in that book, quoted and replyed to by R.W. of Providence in N.E.
Burroughs, Adoniram J. : Official report of the trial of Mary Harris [electronic resource] : indicted for the murder of Adoniram J. Burroughs : before the Supreme Court of the district of Columbia, (sitting as a criminal court,) Monday, July 3, 1865 / prepared by James O. Clephane.
Burroughs, Adoniram J., -1865. : Official report of the trial of Mary Harris indicted for the murder of Adoniram J. Burroughs : before the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, (sitting as a criminal court), Monday, July 3, 1865 / prepared by James O. Clephane, official reporter.
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 1875-1950 -- Bibliography. : Edgar Rice Burroughs : the exhaustive scholar's and collector's descriptive bibliography of American periodical, hardcover, paperback, and reprint editions / by Robert B. Zeuschner ; with a foreword by Philip José Farmer.
Burroughs, Elizabeth, d. 1766, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The remarkable trial of Henry Steward and Elizabeth Burroughs, for the wilful murder of Mary Booty, at the assizes, held at Bury St. Edmund's Suffolk, on Friday, March 21, 1766 [electronic resource] : before the Hon. Sir Richard Adams, one of the barons of His Majesty's Exchequer : also, a particular account of the behaviour of Elizabeth Burroughs at the place of execution, with her declaration of innocence, as well as that made by Henry Steward (who was acquitted) at the period of his death.