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Index : "B"

Bacchus
______ 41;
Back
Back Lane
______ 295;
Bacon
Bacon, Sir Francis
______ 195;
Badge
Doggett Coat and Badge
______ 52;
Badger
Badger, The
______ 82, 81;
Badges
Banners and Badges of the Crosse
______ 285;
Bake-house
Bake-house, The
______ 101, 100, 106;
Balbie
Balbie, John, Burnt at the Stake
______ 150;
Balcaskie
Baptist Church, Balcaskie Road
______ 309;
Ball
Ball, John
______ 133;
Balle
Balle, Sir Peter
______ 254;
Baltic
______ 10, 41;
Bankes
Bankes (to Goodman)
______ 82;
Banners
Banners and Badges of the Crosse
______ 285;
Bannockburn
Bannockburn, Battle of
______ 103;
Battle of Bannockburn
______ 103;
Baptist
Baptist Church, Balcaskie Road
______ 309;
Baptist Church, Eltham Park
______ 309;
Barber
Barber, Concerning the
______ 183;
Barker
Barker, Sir John
______ 276;
Barn
Barn House
______ 279;
Barn House Clock, The
______ 285;
Barnes
Barnes, Master of Woolwich
______ 240;
Baron
Baron Mont-eagle, Edward Stanley
______ 176;
Barony
Alnwick, Barony of
______ 106;
Baskets
British Baskets
______ 7;
Bastwick
Bastwick, John
______ 250;
Bath
______ 57;
Battan
"Old Battan"
______ 47;
Battle
Hastings, Battle of
______ 24;
Halidon Hill, Battle of
______ 109;
Agincourt, Battle of
______ 14;
Great rejoicing in London over the Battle of Agincourt
______ 160;
Battle of Bannockburn
______ 103;
Bannockburn, Battle of
______ 103;
Agincourt, Battle of
______ 158;
Bayeaux
Bayeaux, Bishop of
______ 103, 24, 26;
Bayeux
Bayeux Tapestry
______ 24, 20;
Beacon
Beacon on Shooter's Hill, The
______ 73;
Beacons
______ 73, 74;
Beadle
Beadle, The Parish
______ 293;
Beane
Beane, John of Woolwich
______ 240;
Beating
Beating the Bounds
______ 80, 84;
Beaufort
Beaufort, Henry
______ 163;
Beaumont
Beaumont, Isobel de
______ 103;
Beautifier
Bek, Bishop, the Beautifier
______ 166, 102;
Beauty
Beauty and Love, Queen of
______ 117;
Bede
Bede's Ecclesiastical History
______ 45;
Bedfordshire
______ 103;
Bee-keeping
______ 17;
Bek
Bek, Bishop, the Beautifier
______ 102, 166;
Bel
Bel, Philip de
______ 103;
Bell
Holy Trinity Church (Bell at)
______ 71;
Passing Bell
______ 45;
Bells
Bells, Inscription on
______ 71;
Bells of Eltham
______ 71, 69, 70;
Bequest
Keightley (Henry), (Bequest of)
______ 79;
Bess
Bess, Queen
______ 72, 64;
Bethel
______ 60;
Bexley
______ 118, 120;
Mills (Carpinter of Bexley)
______ 70;
______ 70;
Bible
Bible Christians, The
______ 309;
Bible Society, The Naval and Military
______ 57;
Biography
Dictionary of National Biography, The
______ 102, 57;
Bishop
Bayeaux, Bishop of
______ 103;
Morley, Bishop
______ 49;
Mellitus (First Bishop of London)
______ 234;
Lindisfarne (Bishop of)
______ 32;
Bayeaux, Bishop of
______ 26;
Oxford (Bishop of)
______ 57;
Bek, Bishop, the Beautifier
______ 102, 166;
Chichester, Bishop of
______ 143;
Fisher (Bishop)
______ 222;
Horne (Bishop)
______ 56;
Horne (Robert), Bishop of Winchester
______ 229;
Bayeaux, Bishop of
______ 24;
Bishopric
Norwich (Bishopric of)
______ 57;
Black
Black Prince, The
______ 121;
Black Bull, Diners at
______ 236;
Black Boy, The
______ 284;
Black Friars
______ 86;
Black Prince, The
______ 112, 120, 123, 125;
Edward, The Black Prince
______ 112;
Black Prince, The
______ 122, 126;
Blackheath
Hundred of Blackheath
______ 13;
______ 12, 74, 235;
Blackheath Hundred
______ 103;
Artichoke at Blackheath, The
______ 237;
Hundred of Blackheath
______ 28, 12;
Eltham in Hundred of Blackheath
______ 9;
Bland
Bland, Mr. Hubert
______ 279;
Blomfield
Blomfield, Sir Arthur
______ 68, 67;
Bloomfield
Bloomfield, Robert
______ 244, 243, 54, 242;
Blore
Blore, Christopher
______ 229;
Blount
Blount, Sir Richard
______ 157;
Bloxam
Bloxam, Richard
______ 315;
Bluff
Bluff King Hal's woodland festival
______ 231;
Blunt
Blunt's Croft
______ 287;
Blunt's Road
______ 287;
Bohemia
Bohemia, Queen of
______ 51;
Bold
Knights Were Bold, When
______ 116;
Boleyn
Henry VIII. and Queen Anne Boleyn visit Eltham
______ 179;
Boleyn, Anne
______ 217;
Anne Boleyn, Queen
______ 236, 225;
Bolingbroke
______ 48, 134;
Bombay
______ 53;
Bon
Mary le Bon
______ 264;
Boniface
Boniface VIII., Pope
______ 105;
Book
Kentish Note Book (The)
______ 235;
Amours and Moralities, A Book of
______ 140;
Chester, Old Common Council Book of
______ 231;
Codrington's Book
______ 5;
Doomsday Book
______ 14, 15, 19, 23, 24, 29;
Kentish Note Book (The)
______ 237;
Doomsday Book
______ 59;
Fox's Book of Martyrs
______ 250;
Doomsday Book
______ 67;
Kentish Note Book (The)
______ 202;
Bordars
______ 16, 15;
Bordeaux
______ 123;
Border
Border Land, North of England, The
______ 73;
Bore
Bore, Richard
______ 77;
Borne
______ 83, 72;
Boswell
______ 58;
Botanical
Oxford Botanical Gardens
______ 259;
Botanical Gardens, Oxford
______ 259;
Botanical Gardens, Chelsea
______ 260;
Chelsea Botanical Gardens
______ 260;
Bottom
Bottom, Eltham
______ 238;
Boulogne
Eustace, Count of Boulogne
______ 25;
______ 107;
Boundaries
Mottingham, Boundaries in 1701
______ 281;
Boundary
Boundary Crosses
______ 35;
Bounds
Beating the Bounds
______ 84, 80;
Bourbon
Bourbon, James of
______ 123;
Bourne
Goodman, Bourne
______ 312;
Bourne, John
______ 70;
Bowen
Bowen, Sir Edward Willliam
______ 37;
Boy
Black Boy, The
______ 284;
King, The Boy
______ 132;
"Farmer's Boy, The"
______ 243;
Bradshaw
______ 251;
Brand
Brand, The Antiquary
______ 44;
Brentford
______ 250;
Brerely
Brerely, Richard, "approver"
______ 146;
Brewery
Brewery, The Old
______ 289;
Bridge
London Bridge
______ 52;
Moat Bridge, The
______ 166;
Bridget
Bridget, Lady
______ 49;
Bridget, Princess
______ 99, 169;
Bridle-Lane
______ 293, 173;
Brigadier-General
Goddard (Brigadier-General Thomas)
______ 55;
Briret
Briret, Jordan de
______ 210;
British
British Museum
______ 108;
British Baskets
______ 7;
British Huts
______ 10;
British Museum, The
______ 108, 111;
"History of the Orders of Knighthood of the British Empire"
______ 112;
Bromefield
Bromeland, alias Bromefield, Will
______ 47
Bromeland
, 47;
Bromhed
Bromhed, Mr.
______ 74, 73;
Bromley
______ 99, 255;
Brook
Brook Hospital
______ 2;
Brooke
Brooke, Rev. Shaw
______ 259;
Brooke, Rev. J. K. Shaw, Work of
______ 268, 70, 71, 273;
Brown
Brown, John, Will of
______ 63, 64;
Brown, Sir Thomas
______ 33;
Brown, John, Will of
______ 37;
Brown, George
______ 260;
Brussels
______ 49;
Bryde
Bryde, Philip
______ 63;
Buckler
Buckler, Mr. J. C.
______ 99, 100, 97, 95, 93, 92, 91, 90;
Buckler, Mr.
______ 99, 97;
Bucks
Bucks' Views
______ 90, 92;
Buildings
Fry's Buildings
______ 289;
Bull
Black Bull, Diners at
______ 236;
Bull Inn, Shooter's Hill
______ 234;
Bultynghouse
Bultynghouse, The
______ 172;
Burglar
Cler, Adam, Highwayman and Burglar
______ 146;
Burial
Burial Customs
______ 43;
Burnt
Balbie, John, Burnt at the Stake
______ 150;
Burton
Burton, Philip
______ 56, 57;
Butchery
Butchery, The
______ 116;
Buttery
Buttery, The
______ 100;
Butts
Butts, The Eltham
______ 232;
Parish Butts at Eltham
______ 189;
Bye
Bye, Rev. Deodalus
______ 56;
Byrthe
Byrthe daie of the younge prinse
______ 83;
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