Osborn Thomas : A rational way of teaching. : Whereby children, and others, may be instructed in true reading, pronouncing and writing of the English tongue; in an easier and speedier method, than any hitherto publish'd. Containing, I. Rules for spelling, reading, and pronouncing of all English words II. Words of all sorts, from one to seven syllables, both whole and also divided. III. An explanation of the true use and meaning of all points and stops, both reading and writing. IV. A transcription of some chapters out of the First Book of Chronicles, both in whole words, and also divided into syllables; for the easier learning to read hard proper names. V. Directions how to spell and write true English together with two useful tables. I. Of such words as are altogether alike in sound, but quite different both in significetion [sic] and spelling. II. Shewing the signification and meaning of words derived from other languages, and made English; very necessary for all such as are ignorant of the Latin tongue. With several pieces of writing, curiously ingraven on copper-plates. Also some useful presidents. / By T. Osborn, school-master.
Osborn Tracy L 1975 : How women represent women [electronic resource] : political parties, gender, and representation in the state legislatures / Tracy L. Osborn.
Osborne Elsie : The emotional experience of learning and teaching / Isca Salzberger-Wittenberg, Gianna Henry and Elsie Osborne.
Osborne Elsie L : The family and the school : a joint systems approach to problems with children / edited by Emilia Dowling and Elsie Osborne.
Osborne Eric : Victorian detective fiction : a catalogue of the collection made by Dorothy Glover & Graham Greene / bibliographically arranged by E. Osborne and introduced by J. Carter; with a preface by G. Greene.
Osborne Eric W : Britain's economic blockade of Germany, 1914-1919 / Eric W. Osborne.
Osborne Henry : A more exact way to delineate the plot of any spacious parcel of land : as baronies, parishes, and town-lands, as also of rivers, harbours and loughs, &c. than is as yet in practice : also a method or form of keeping the field-book, and how to cast up the superficial content of a plot most exactly.