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Bramhall, John (1594-1663)
The works of the Most Reverend Father in God, John Bramhall, D.D., sometime Lord Archibishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland (Oxford : J. H. Parker)
Vol. 2 (1842)
Vol. 3 (1844) IA 
Vol. 4 (1844) IA 
Vol. 5 (1845) IA 
Brerewood, Edward (c.1565-1613)  en
A learned treatise of the Sabaoth, written by Mr Edward Brerewood, professor in Gresham Colledge, London. To Mr Nicolas Byfield, preacher in Chester. With Mr Byfields answere and Mr Brerewoods reply. (At Oxford : Iohn Lichfield printer to the famous Vniversity, for Thomas Huggins, 1630)
A second treatise of the Sabbath, or an explication of the Fourth Commandement. Written, by Mr Edward Brerewood professor in Gresham Colledge in London. (At Oxford : Iohn Lichfield, and are to be sold by Thomas Huggins, 1632)
Brevint, Daniel (bap.1616-1695)
Saul and Samuel at Endor, or, The new waies of salvation and service ... (Oxford : The Theater, 1674)
Bucer, Martin (1491-1551)  en de
Certain briefe treatises, written by diverse learned men, concerning the ancient and moderne government of the Church : wherein both the primitive institution of episcopacie is maintained, and the lawfulnesse of the ordination of the Protestant ministers beyond the seas likewise defended : the particulars whereof are set downe in the leafe following. (Oxford : Leonard Lichfield, 1641) / added author(s): John Rainolds, James Ussher, Edward Brerewood
Buerdsell, James (c.1669-1700)
Discourses and essays on several subjects, relating chiefly to the controversies of these times, especially with the Socinians, deists, enthusiasts, and scepticks by Ja. Buerdsell ... (Oxford : Leon. Lichfield, 1700)
Bull, George (1634-1710)
Defensio fidei Nicaenae (Oxonia, 1688)
Defensio fidei Nicaenae = a defence of the Nicene Creed : out of the extant writings of the Catholick doctors, who flourishsed during the three first centuries of the Christian Church (Oxford : J. H. Parker)
Vol. 1 (1851)
Vol. 2 (1851) IA 
Examen censurae : an answer to certain strictures before unpublished on a book entitled Harmonia apostolica, &c. (Oxford : J. H. Parker, 1843)
Harmonia apostolica : or, Two dissertations, in the former of which the doctrine of St. James on justification by works is explained and defended, in the latter, the agreement of St. Paul with St. James is clearly shewn (Oxford : J. H. Parker, 1844)
Iudicium Ecclesiae catholicae trium primorum seculorum de necessitate credendi quod Dominus noster J. Christ. sit verus Deus : apertum contra M. Simonem Episcopium aliosque (Oxonia : West, 1696)
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