Eyre Elizabeth : A letter from a person of quality in the north to a friend in London, concerning Bishop Lake's late declaration of his dying in the belief of the doctrine of passive obedience as the distinguishing character of the Church of England
Eyre Frank : The quiet spirit : an anthology of poems old and new.
Eyre George : Rotuli hundredorum temp. Hen. III & Edw. I. in Turr' Lond' et in Curia Receptae Scaccarij Westm. asservati / printed by command of His Majesty King George III. in pursuance of an address of the House of Commons of Great Britain.
Eyre John Active 1654 : The exact surveyor: or, The whole art of surveying of land : Shewing how to plot all manner of grounds, whether small inclosures, champain-plaine, wood-lands, or mountaines, by the plain table, theodolite, and circumferentor; and how exactly to prove the truth thereof. And also how to finde the area, or content of any land; to protract, reduce, and divide the same, as required: to take the plot of a whole mannor, and to make a perfect map or chart thereof, and how to advance and beautifie the same. Usefull for all that either sell or purchase. By J:Eyre, Practitioner in the Mathematicks.
Eyre John Vargas : Henry Edward Armstrong, 1848-1937 : the doyen of British chemists and pioneer of technical education.
Eyre M D : Classification and ranking of water beetle communities / by G.N. Foster & M.D. Eyre.
Eyre Mary B : Psychology and mental hygiene for nurses.
Eyre Michael : Some reactions catalysed by crystalline molybdenum disulphide.
Eyre William Gent : A particular deduction of the case of William Eyre Esq. : concerning his right to the half barony of Shelelah and Castle of Carnow ... : humbly presented to the King's Most Excellent Majesty ...
Eyre William Of Shelelah Ireland : The case of William Eyres, esq. : concerning his estate in Ireland, truly stated and humbly presented to the kings most excellent Majesty and both Houses of Parliament.
Eyres Joseph : The church-sleeper awakened, or A discourse on Act. 20. 9. : being the substance of two sermons composed and preached at Corke in Ireland. / By Joseph Eyres master of arts, and a servant of God in the Gospel of his son.
Eyston F J : A clear looking-glass for all wandring sinners : wherein they may behold the deformity of their sins, and find the way to retu[rn?] and wash away the same / composed by F.J.E., reader [&c.?] of the Sacred Order of the Incarnate Seraphin S. Francis, the most stupendious pattern of pennance.