Hay James Captain : Private remarks in a voyage from England to China [electronic resource] : in the ship, Lord Macartney, Captain James Hay, in the years 1785 and 1786 : with an accurate account of the Chinese coins, weights, measures, manners, customs, &c. &c. / by a Gentleman in the Honourable East India Company's service.
Hay John 1949 : Ocular infection : investigation and treatment in practice / David V. Seal, Anthony J. Bron, John Hay.
Hay John 1964 : The Victorians [videorecording] / produced and directed by John Hay and others.
Hay John Active 1823 : Journal of a horticultural tour through some parts of Flanders, Holland, and the North of France in the autumn of 1817 / by a Deputation of the Caledonian Horticultural Society [Patrick Neill, John Hay, and James MacDonald]
Hay John E 1943 : Tourism and climate change : risks and opportunities / Susanne Becken, John E. Hay.
Hay John G : Essentials of medical genomics / with contributions by John G. Hay and Harry Ostrer.
Hay John Mckay : Organic chemistry of stable free radicals / by A.R. Forrester, J.m. Hay and R.H. Thomson.
Hay John Merchant : An appeal to the British public, by John Hay, late merchant in Leith [electronic resource] : against acts of injustice, oppression, cruelty, and wrongous imprisonment, which he had suffered at the instance of Lord President Hope, and others of the Court of Session in Scotland.
Hay John Of Dublin : The case of John Hay, and the other separate creditors of Samuel Burton, Esq., deceased [electronic resource] : humbly offered to the consideration of the creditors of the bank lately kept by the said Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, Esqrs.
Hay Robert William : Letter to Robert William Hay, Esq. late one of Her Majesty's under-secretaries of state for the colonies, &c., Southampton [electronic resource] : setting forth a case of unprecedented oppression and injustice ... / humbly submitted to the impartial tribunal of the public of the United Kingdom and of the colonies, by J.W. Bennett.
Hay Romanus 1625 1653 : Astrum inextinctum, siue Ius agendi antiquorum religiosorum ordinum, pro recipiendis suis monasterijs (quae nonnulli perperam extincta fuisse dicunt) & bonis ecclesiasticis, per S.C.Mtis edictum generale, vel Ius belli, & c. restituendis; è sacris canonibu / Hay, Romanus.