Byng Douglas : The maid of the mountains / book by Frederick Lonsdale with revisions by Emile Littler ; music by Harold Fraser Simon ; lyrics by Harold Graham ... ; produced by Stanley Willis-Croft.
Byng George 7th Viscount Torrington : Letters on Ceylon 1846-50 : the administration of Viscount Torrington and the rebellion of 1848 : the private correspondence of the third Earl Grey, Secretary of State for the Colonies 1846-52 and Viscount Torrington / edited by K.M. de Silva. Kandy, de Silva.
Byng John 5th Viscount Torrington : The Torrington diaries, containing the tours through England and Wales of the Hon. John Byng, later fifth viscount Torrington, between the years 1781 and 1794.
Byng John 1704 1757 : The Byng papers : selected from the letters and papers of Admiral Sir George Byng, first viscount Torrington and his son Admiral the Hon. John Byng.
Byng Sally 1956 : Talking about aphasia : living with loss of language after stroke / Susie Parr, Sally Byng, and Sue Gilpin ; with Chris Ireland.
Bynum Jack E : Juvenile delinquency : classic and contemporary readings / [edited by] William E. Thompson, Jack E. Bynum.
Bynum Jesse Atherton 1797 1868 : Speech of Mr. Bynum, of North Carolina, on the reso[l]ution of Mr. Thompson, of South Carolina, on the subject of abolition [electronic resource] : in the House of Representatives, January 25, 1840.
Byrant Elizabeth H : The Foreign Affairs 50-year bibliography : new evaluations of significant books on international relations 1920-1970 / Byron Dexter, editor, assisted by Elizabeth H. Bryant and Janice L. Murray.
Byrch John : John Byrch clerke to the ryghte excellent Doctor in Phisike Andrewe Borde
Byrch Stanley N : A procedure for setting inventory targets in power transmission engineering : a project report.
Byrchensha Raph : A discourse occasioned vpon the late defeat, giuen to the arch-rebels, Tyrone and Odonnell, by the right Honourable the Lord Mountioy, Lord Deputie of Ireland, the 24. of December, 1601. being Christmas Eaue : and the yeelding vp of Kinsale shortly after by Don Iohn to his Lordshippe: by Raph Byrchensha Esquire, Controller Generall of the musters in Ireland. Seene and allowed.