White Joseph 1745 1814 : Institutes, political and military Davy ... the original Persian transcribed from a ms. in the possession of Dr. William Hunter ... and the whole work published with a preface, indexes, geographical notes, &c., &c., by Joseph White ... [electronic resource].
White Joseph M 1781 1839 : A new collection of laws, charters and local ordinances of the governments of Great Britain, France and Spain [electronic resource] : relating to the concessions of land in their respective colonies : together with the laws of Mexico and Texas on the same subject : to which is prefixed Judge Johnson's translation of Azo and Manuel's Institutes of the civil law of Spain / by Joseph M. White.
White Josh : Dreams that money can buy [videorecording] / overall director: Hans Richter.
White Joshua E 1820 : Letters on England : comprising descriptive scenes [electronic resource] : with remarks on the state of society, domestic economy, habits of the people, and condition of the manufacturing classes generally : interspersed with miscellaneous observations and reflections / by Joshua E. White.
White Josiah Active 1648 : The true informer, or Monthly mercury. : Being the certain intelligence of Mercurius militaris or The armies scout, from Tuesday October 7th, to Tuesday November 8th 1648. Communicating from all parts of England, Scotland and Ireland, all marshall enterprises, designes and successes; and particularly the actions, humours and qualities of the Army under the command of his Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax. / Corrected and revised by the author, at the earnest request of many wel-affected persons.
White Josias : A plaine and familiar exposition upon the creed : Ten Commandements, Lords Prayer, and sacraments, by question and answer. Very needfull to be learned and understood of every one before he be admitted to partake the sacrament of the Lords Supper. By Iosias White. Whereunto is added a sweete comfort for a Christian being tempted.
White K J : Caring for deprived children : international case studies of residential settings.
White K P : Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium : 24-25 April, 2003, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA / edited by Matthew H, Jones, Barbara E. Tawney, K. Preston White, Jr. ; IEEE.
White Karen : Sexual offences, consent and sentencing / by R. Walmsley and K. White.
White Karen Ann : Plastid targeting of the polyhydroxybutrate biosynthetic pathway in Brassica Napus var Westar.
White Kevin 1961 : Spectral reflectance characteristics of rock varnish in arid areas.
White Kirsteen : Everything you wanted to know about sponsorship (but were afraid to ask).
White L Active 1672 : The Dutchmans acknowledgement of his errors. Or a Dutch balad translated into English. : Setting forth the base and false reports that they are subject to believe. With a description of the shame that they cry on that state for bringing on them so many troubles. ; To the tune of, Packingtons Pound.
White L Active 1676 : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from this last Lent Assizes at the city of Winchester in Hampshire : being a full and true relation of George Bromman, and Dorothy Newman, his wicked strumpet, being both agreed to make away his own wife, and son ... : also the manner how they were hang'd in chains ... on Tuesday the 7th of this instant March, 1676 : as also an account of a young-man that murdered his sweet-heart, being his fellow-servant at Stratford by Bow ... : as also hovv he vvas condemn'd to be hang'd at Chelmsford Assizes, the 28th of February, 1676 / by L. White.
White Law : The charitable farmer of Somersetshire: or, God's great and vvonderful vvork. : Being a true relation of an honest, godly man, that lived at Welling, within three mile of the city of Wells, which sold his wheat to poor people at six shillings a bushel, when the market price was ten and eleven shillings, for which he was much derided and scoft at, by his rich neighbours: but was recompenced by an extraordinary crap [sic] of wheat, like never before heard of, each stolk of straw, having divers full large ears, some seven, some eight, nine, and ten, so to thirteen, but generally ten ears on every straw throughout the field, which was ten acres and upwards, of which, divers ears are to be seen at divers coffee-houses in the city of London. Likewise a pattern of all covetous greedy-minded men, to be charitable unto their poor neighbours, from the consideration of so remarkable an example. / By Law. White.
White Lawrence H : Free banking in Britain : theory, experience and debate, 1800-1845.