Underground Nuclear Explosions Detection : In pursuit of a nuclear test ban treaty : a guide to the debate in the Conference on Disarmament / Thomas Schmalberger ; United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.; Schmalberger, Thomas.
Underground Pipelines England London : An historical account of sub-ways in the British metropolis, for the flow of pure water and gas into the houses of the inhabitants, without disturbing the pavements [electronic resource] : including the projects in 1824 and 1825 / by John Williams, the patentee.; Williams, John,
Underground Railroad Poetry : The underground railroad [electronic resource] : thoughts suggested upon hearing a lecture delivered by Edwin [i.e. Edward] H. Coates, at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. / by Cecelia Devyr.; DeVere, Cecelia.
Underground Railroad Wisconsin : Finding freedom : the untold story of Joshua Glover, runaway slave / Ruby West Jackson, Walter T. McDonald.; Jackson, Ruby West.
Underhill Cave 1634 1710 : How and rich : an impartial account of the proceedings at the late election of burgesses for the burrough of Southwark : wherein are discovered the palpable forgeries of Elephant Smith in his pretended relation of the same / by one of the loyal inhabitants of that antient burrough.; One of the loyal inhabitants of that antient burrough.
Underhill Thomas Active 1641 1659 Hell Broke Loose : The mouth of the pit stopped and the smoke that hath arisen out of it scattered by the breath of truth : in answer to a lying story called Hell broken loose, or, The history of the Quakers, published by Thomas Underhill, a seller of the whores merchandize otherwise called a book-seller : his lyes returned upon him, his accusations answered and his envie decleared and truth cleared from all his reproaches / by one that waits to see death and hell cast into the lake of fire, with the beast and false-prophet, Francis Howgil.; Howgill, Francis,
Undertakers And Undertaking England Early Works To 1800 : These are to give notice that James Maddox His Majesties sworn servant in ordinary hath for these twenty years and upwards succesfullty practized in such a method as was never before found out, nor only performed by any other but himself.