Bush, William, : A true relation of the trauels of M. Bush, a gentleman : who with his owne handes without any other mans helpe made a pynace, in which hee past by ayre, land, and water: from Lamborne, a place in Bark.shire, to the Custome house Key in London. 1607.
Bush, William, -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the admirable voiage and trauell of William Bush gentleman : who with his owne handes without any other mans helpe, made a pynace, in which he past by ayre, land, and water: from Lamborne, in Bark shire, to the custome house key i[n] Londen. 1607.
Bush, William, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Burglary at Holyfield Hall, Watham Holy Cross, Essex [electronic resource] : the trial of Robert Wolfe, William Bush, Joseph Chesham, Joseph Litchfield, James Westwood, James Jeffrey, and George Westwood, for the above offence at the Essex Lent Assizes, holden at Chelmsford, on Wednesday, March 10th, 1819, before the Honourable Sir John Bayley, knight, one of the judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench : containing the evidence of Edward Duvall, an accomplice and the corraborative testimony of twenty-eight witnesses / the whole accurately taken in court by William Thorogood, Bishop's Stortford ; to which is prefixed an authentic narrative of the lives of the prisoners and the circumstances which led to their apprehension ; concluding with an account of the execution of Robert Wolfe and Joseph Litchfield, on Friday, March 26th, 1819.
Bushe, Nancy Crampton, -1857. : An incorruptible Irishman : being an account of Chief Justice Charles Kendal Bushe, and of his wife, Nancy Crampton, and their times, 1767-1843 / by E. Œ. Somerville and Martin Ross.
Bushell, Brown, -1651. -- Early works to 1800. : A true and exact relation of all the proceedings of Sir Hugh Cholmleys revolt : deserting the Parliament, and going to the Queen, with the regaining of Scarborough Castle, by the care of Sir Iohn Hotham, and the courage and industry of Capt. Bushel. Sent in two letters, the one from Sir Iohn Hotham to M. Speaker, the other, from a worthy Captain to a member of the honourable House of Commons. Die Martis 4 Aprilis 1643. It is tthis day ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that these two letters concerning Sir Hugh Cholmley's Revolt, and the re-taking of Scarborough Castle, shall be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Bushell, Edward, 1616?-1694. : The phenix : or, a revival of scarce and valuable pieces from the remotest antiquity down to the present times. Being A Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Tracts, no where to be found but in the Closets of the Curious. By a gentleman who has made it his business to search after such pieces for Twenty Years past.