Johnson Mark Scott : Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN Software Engineering Symposium on High-Level Debugging [electronic resource] / chairmen Richard E. Fairley, Mark Scott Johnson.
Johnson Marmaduke 1674 : Ludgate, what it is, not what it was, or, A full and clear discovery and description of ... that prison : also, an exact catalogue of the legacies now belonging to the said prison, the names of the several donors, and the persons appointed to pay them ... / humbly presented to the Right Honorable Thomas Allen, Lord Mayor of this honorable city by M. Johnson ...
Johnson Maurice O : Fielding's art of fiction : eleven essays on Shamela, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones and Amelia.
Johnson Mauritz : Toward adolescence : the middle school years : the seventy-ninth yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education part. 1 / by the yearbook committee and associated contributors ; edited by Mauritz Johnson ; editor for the Society, Kenneth J. Rehage.
Johnson Melvin : The national politics and politicians of Primitive Methodism / Melvin Johnson.
Johnson Michael P 1964 : Decision science for housing and community development : localized and evidence-based responses to distressed housing and blighted communities / Michael P. Johnson [and five others].
Johnson Nancy E : The diary of Gathorne Hardy, later Lord Cranbrook, 1866-190t : political lselections.
Johnson Nancy E 1956 : The English Jacobin novel on rights, property and the law : critiquing the contract / Nancy E. Johnson.
Johnson Nathaniel Sir 1712 : The town of New-Castle upon Tine having elected Sir William Blacket, Baronet; and Sir Ralph Carr, Knight. their burgesses, in the late Parliament, dissolved by his Majesties proclamation, bearing date the 18th. day of January 1680. Sir William Blacket had the honour of dying in that service, upon which the said town unanimously chose their present mayor Nathaniel Johnson Esq; who accordingly this last session of Parliament gave his attendance at Westminster, and had the honour of knighthood conferred on him by his Majesty. Sir Nathaniel's residence being at present in London, the said town of New-Castle sent him the following letter
Johnson Nathaniell Gent : The morning alarum. An epistle sent to one of the Princes of Germany : Treating, in briefe, of the order of the foure monarchies. The calling of the Jewes. The rebuilding of Jerusalem; and of Canaan. The routing and totall ruine of the Romish Babylon. The extripation of the reigne of the great beast, the last Antichrist. Of the most glorious reigne of Jesus Christ here upon earth with his Saints a thousand yeares. Of the last judgement: of the new heavens and new earth: and of the new Jerusalem. Translated out of French into English [by] Nathaniell Johnson, Gent.