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Worrall Les   2
Worrall Limited : Worrall's textile & engineering diary for India & Pakistan.  1964 1
Worrall Melanie Mary : Thomas Hardy's Jude the obscure.  1973 1
Worrall Mike   2
Worrall Nick   6
Worrall Non   2
Worrall Norman : Teacher-child partnership : the negotiating classroom / John Ingram and Norman Worrall.  1993 1
Worrall Richard : Gypsy education : a study of provision in England and Wales.  1979 1
Worrall Stanley : Christians in Ulster, 1968-1980.  1982 1
Worrall Tim : Foreign direct investment and the risk of expropriation / by J. Thomas and T. Worrall.  1990 1
Worrell Delisle : The economy of Barbados, 1946-1980 / edited by D. Worrell.  1982 1
Worrell James : The marble heart, or, The sculptor's dream / Charles Selby ; An unprotected female / I. Stirling Coyne [sic] ; The wandering minstrel.  1856 1
Worrell R Delisle : Democracy in the Caribbean : political, economic, and social perspectives / edited by Jorge I. Dominguez, Robert A. Pastor and R. DeLisle Worrell.  1993 1
Worringer Wilhelm   4
Worringer Wilhelm Robert : Abstraction and empathy : a contribution the psychology of style.  1953 1
Worsaae J J A : How England was conquered and inhabited by the Danes.    1
Worsaae Jens Jacob Asmussen   3
Worsdale A : Arts, culture and education : a conference organised by the Nat Foundation for Arts Educ in assoc with the Nat Curric Council, 20 Nov 1992, Royal Society of Arts London : Conference Report.  1993 1
Worsdale Andrew : The future of the arts in schools : a report of the NCC Arts in Schools project's national conference at the Arts Theatre, University of Warwick, 3 July 1989 / edited by Andrew Worsdale.  1989 1
Worsdell Wilson Crosfield : The principles of plant-teratology.  1916 1
Worseley Edw : A most godly and vvorthy treatis of holy signes sacrifices, and sacraments instituted of God, euen since the beginning of the world. : Very necessary for Christian understanding. ; Seene and allowed by authority..  1609 1
Worsfold Adrian John : New denominationalism : tendencies towards a new reformation of English Christianity.  1988 1
Worsfold D J : The reactivity of benzyl halides.  1953 1
Worsfold J N : History of Haddlesey : its past and present : with notices of many neighbouring parishes and townships, including Birkin, Brayton, Burn, Carlton, Cowick, Drax, Gateforth, Eggborough, Kellington, Roal, Pontefract, Selby, Snaith.  1894 1
Worsfold Paul : Encyclopedia of analytical science.  c2005 1
Worsfold W Basil William Basil 1858 1939   3
Worship William   16
Worshipful Company Of Barbers : Barbers and barber-surgeons of London : a history of the barbers' and barber-surgeons' companies / by J.Dobson and R.M.Walker.  1979 1
Worshipful Company Of Brewers : To the honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Commons now assembled in Parliament. : The humble petition of the Company of Brewers of the citie of London.  1660? 1
Worshipful Company Of Carmen Of London : Whereas the woodmongers and retailers in fuel do pretend, that they carry coals for 3 s. per chaldron, and that the carrmen will not carry them under 4 s. per chaldron : to this the carrmen do say, that they are ready to carry them to any place within the gates at 2 s. per chaldron, and to any place without the gates to the barrs at 2 s. 4 d. per chaldron ... : to the right worshipful the governours of Christ's-Hospital ... this 25th day of October, 1694 / Tho. Raven ... [et al.].  1694 1
Worshipful Company Of Fishmongers London England   3
Worshipful Company Of Fletchers : The Fletchers and Longbowstringmakers of London.  1968 1
Worshipful Company Of Founders London : Wardens' accounts of the Worshipful Company of Founders of the City of London, 1497-1681 / edited by G. Parsloe.  1964 1
Worshipful Company Of Gardeners London England : Adam armed: or, An essay; : endeavouring to prove the advantages and improvements the kingdom may receive, and the inconveniencies and impediments it may avoid and remedy, by the means of a well-ordered and duly ratified charter for incorporating and regulating the professors of the art of gardening, humbly offered and presented by the master and company of the same.  1700? 1
Worshipful Company Of Goldsmiths   3
Worshipful Company Of Gunmakers Of The City Of London   2
Worshipful Company Of Ironmongers London England   5
Worshipful Company Of Parish Clerks   33
Worshipful Company Of Shipwrights London England   6
Worshipful Company Of Skinners : Brittannia's honor: : brightly shining in seuerall magnificent shewes or pageants, to celebrate the solemnity of the Right Honorable Richard Deane, at his inauguration into the majoralty of the honourable citty of London, on Wednesday, October the 29th. 1628. At the particular cost, and charges of the right vvorshipfull, worthy, and ancient Society of Skinners. / Inuented by Tho. Dekker.  1628 1
Worshipful Company Of Skinners Of London   2
Worshipful Company Of Stationers And Newspaper Makers London England : Copyright in the digital age : industry issues and impacts / edited by Trevor Fenwick and Ian Locks.  2010 1
Worshipful Company Of Tin Plate Workers Alias Wire Workers Of The City Of L : A history of the Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers Company of the City of London.  1964 1
Worshipful Company Of Tylers And Bricklayers London   2
Worshipful Company Of Weavers : You are hereby required to bring in for your fifty subsidies to the treasury at Weavers hall, and what you are behinde of the royall subsidies, weekly assessements, and twenty fifteenes granted at three severall times, to pay it to the severall collectors, and all within two daies after the date hereof, wherof you are not to fail as you will prevent distresse, which else will suddainly follow. Dated this [blank space] of  1645? 1
Worshipful Company Of Weavers London England   5
Worskett Roy : The character of towns : an approach to conservation.  1969 1
Worsley Aidan   6
Worsley Benjamin   4
Worsley C : Refreshing drops, and scorching vials; : severally distributed to their proper subjects, according to the wisdom given that precious servant of the Lord, Mr. Christopher Goad. Sometimes Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and Batchelor in Divinity, as men speak: but before his translation, became a disciple and learner again, sitting at the feet of Christ and his Spirit, where he took a higher degree, and now sits with Christ in heaven.  1653 1
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