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B. B. / [1690] Remarks upon the two years raign of the Dauphin of France, when King of England, in the time of King John submitted to the Commons of England in Parliament.
B. C. / [1659] The souldiers alarum bell to awaken all such who are lull'd asleep in the supposed security of a Parliamentary conventicle unlawfully sitting at Westminster / by B.C.
B. D. / [M. DC. XCVII 1697] Controversial discourses relating to the church being an answer to Dr. Sherlock's Discourse concerning the nature, unitie, and communion of the Catholick Chvrch / by B.D.
B. E. / [1699] A new dictionary of the canting crew in its several tribes of gypsies, beggers [sic], thieves, cheats &c., with an addition of some proverbs, phrases, figurative speeches &c. : useful for all sorts of people (especially foreigners) to secure their money and preserve their lives ; besides very diverting and entertaining being wholly new / by B.E.
B. G. (Bernard Garter) / [Anno Domini. 1579] A newyeares gifte dedicated to the Popes Holinesse, and all Catholikes addicted to the Sea of Rome: preferred the first day of Ianuarie, in the yeare of our Lorde God, after the course and computation of the Romanistes, one thousand, fiue hundreth, seauentie and nine, by B.G. citizen of London: in recompence of diuers singular and inestimable reliques, of late sent by the said Popes Holinesse into England, the true figures and representations whereof, are heereafter in their places dilated.
B. G. (Bernard Garter) / [1578] The ioyfull receyuing of the Queenes most excellent Maiestie into hir Highnesse citie of Norvvich the things done in the time of hir abode there: and the dolor of the citie at hir departure. Wherein are set downe diuers orations in Latine, pronounced to hir Highnesse by Sir Robert Wood Knight, now Maior of the same citie, and others: and certaine also deliuered to hir Maiestie in vvriting: euery of the[m] turned into English.
B. G. (Bernard Garter) / [1566] A dittie in the worthie praise of an high and mightie prince
B. J. / [1691] Two letters written to a gentleman of note guilty of common swearing. By B.J.
B. J. / [1696] A summary account of the proceedings upon the happy discovery of the Jacobite conspiracy in a second letter to a Devonshire gentleman.
B. L. / [1679] A true coppy of a second letter, from a friend in Utrecht, to a friend in London giving an account, not only of some remarkable passages relating to His Grace, James Duke of Monmouth, but likewise to the present concerns at Hamburgh.
B. P. / [1700] A letter to a friend concerning the sickness and death of His Highness the Duke of Gloucester With the true copies of three letters wrote by Dr. Hannes, Dr. Gibbons, and Dr. Radcliffe, to the King; and also the surgeons certificate who dissected him. Publish'd for the rectifying the many mistaken rumours spread on this most lamented loss.
B. R. / [1680] Great nevvs from Saxony, or, A new and strange relation of the mighty giant Koorbmep of his devouring men and of the great rebellion rasied by him and his confederates in the midd Saxony in a letter sent over from Nodnol to a peer of the realm of England : dated the 10th day of this month of August.
B. W. / [1652] Free ports the nature and necessitie of them stated.
B. W. / [1680] An additional discovery of Mr. Roger L'Estrange his further discovery of the Popish plot wherein Dr. Titus Oates and the rest of the King's evidences are vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them in that pamphlet : together with some new observations upon the said discovery not heretofore publisht / in a letter to Dr. Titus Oates by B.W.