Astley John 1595 : The art of riding : set foorth in a breefe treatise, with a due interpretation of certeine places alledged out of Xenophon, and Gryson, verie expert and excellent horssemen: wherein also the true vse of the hand by the said Grysons rules and precepts is speciallie touched: and how the author of this present worke hath put the same in practise, also what profit men maie reape thereby: without the knowledge whereof, all the residue of the order of riding is but vaine. Lastlie, is added a short discourse of the chaine or cauezzan, the trench, and the martingale: written by a gentleman of great skill and long experience in the said art.
Aston Guy : The BNC handbook : exploring the British National Corpus with SARA / Guy Aston and Lou Burnard.
Aston Henry Hervey : A sermon preached at the cathedral church of St. Paul, before the sons of the clergy.
Aston Herbert 1614 : Partheneia sacra. Or The mysterious and delicious garden of the sacred Parthenes : symbolically set forth and enriched with pious deuises and emblemes for the entertainement of deuout soules; contriued al to the honour of the incomparable Virgin Marie mother of God; for the pleasure and deuotion especially of the Parthenian sodalitie of her Immaculate Conception. By H.A.
Aston Hugh : Gaude, mater matris Christi, for 5 voices : .
Aston Of Forfar Walter Aston Baron 1584 1639 : El illustrissimo Señor Don Gualter Aston Cauallero de la Noble Orden del Balneo, y Varoneto, Gentilhombre de Camara en ordinario al Serenissimo Iacobo Rey Primero desse nombre de la Gran Bretaña ...
Aston R : Placita latinè rediviva: a book of entries; : containing perfect and approved precedents of counts, declarations, barrs, avowries, replications, pleas in abatement, issues, judgments, as well in actions real as personal, and sundry other entries; useful for all clerks, attorneys, and practisers in the courts at Westminster, and inferiour courts: not heretofore published in print: collected in the times, and out of some of the manuscripts, of those famous and learned protonotaries, Richard Brownlow, John Gulston, Robert Moyl, and Thomas Cory, esquires, and now digested into an exact method; with a table. / By R.A. of Furnival's-Inn.