Swine Abnormalities : A Strange and wonderful relation of a clap of thunder : which lately set fire to the dwelling-house of one Widow Rosingrean, living in the town of Ewloe, in the parish of Howerden in the county of Flint ... : also another relation of a sow of one John Bartington's of Broad-Lane in the same town ...
Swine East Yorkshire : Swine : a Swine bibliography : sources for a study of the history of Swine.; Ketchell, Christopher.
Swine Economic Aspects Great Britain : The adventures and transformations of nitrogen and ammonia, or, The Rev. A. Huxtable's great pig-secret analyzed [electronic resource] : with notes and comments on Dorsetshire agriculture / by Edward Oke Spooner.; Spooner, Edward Oke.
Swine England Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of oxen, sheep, hogs, and dogs; with their natures, qualities, and uses : Together with instructions how to chuse, govern, and preserve them in health. With variety of receipts for all manner of distempers incident to them.
Swine England Nottinghamshire Societies Etc : Rules of the Pig Society [electronic resource] : held at the house of Mr. D. Slater, the sign of the Ram Tavern, Mansfield-Woodhouse, Notts. : established Jan. 14th, 1850.; Pig Society.
Swine Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : Ireland. By the Lord Deputy and Council : Whereas great complaint is made of much waste and destruction that is done and committed in most parts of this nation, in meadows, pastures and arable lands, belonging to the Common-Wealth and to other proprietors by the multitute of dogs and swine that are permitted to go abroad unringed ...; Ireland.
Swinton John 1621 1679 : Answers for the Earl of Lauderdale, : to a printed paper, (entituled, The case of John Swinton, in relation to his fathers forefaulture) and to the pretended reasons of reduction of the said forfaulture, alledged to be now depending before the Parliament.