Baruch

Baruch, (1) the friend of the prophet Jeremiah, and his scribe, who was cast with him into prison, and accompanied him into Egypt; (2) a book in the Apocrypha, instinct with the spirit of Hebrew prophecy, ascribed to him; (3) also a book entitled the Apocalypse of Baruch, affecting to predict the fall of Jerusalem, but obviously written after the event.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Barton, Elizabeth * Barye
Bartholomew's Day, St.
Bartizan
Bartlett, John H.
Bartoli, Daniele
Bartoli, Pietro
Bartolini, Lorenzo
Bartolomme`o, Fra
Bartoloz`zi, Francesco
Barton, Bernard
Barton, Elizabeth
Baruch
Barye
Basaiti
Basedow, Johann Bernard
Basel
Basel, Council of
Ba`shan
Bashahr
Bashi-Bazouks`
Bashkirs
Bashkirtseff, Marie

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