Wright James 1927 1980 : Above the river : the complete poems / James Wright ; with an introduction by Donald Hall.
Wright James Active 1825 : A letter to the Right Honorable the Earl of Liverpool, on finance [electronic resource] : exhibiting the means of forming a permanent sinking fund, and alleviating the present distress in the money market / by James Wright.
Wright James Sir 1716 1785 : Observations upon the important object of preserving wheat and other grain from vermin, with a safe and efficacious method to prevent the great depredations that are made on those valuable articles [electronic resource] : containing also, some cursory remarks on the national advantage arising from our export corn laws, and proving that the same happy consequences must be derived from the inclosure of our forests, common fields, and waste lands : with a calculation annexed, demonstrating the great savings which may accrue from the use of the patent artificial slate-frames, on hay stacks / by Sir James Wright.
Wright John 1665 Or 6 1719 : A sermon preached at the parish church of Solihull in Warwickshire, December 21. 1690 : On occasion of the death of Anne, the wife of the reverend and worshipful Henry Greswold; precentor of the Cathedral of Lichfield, &c. and rector of Solihull aforesaid. By John Wright Master of Arts.
Wright John Alexander : The development of teacher education in the Caribbean, with special reference to Antigua, Grenada and the United States Virgin Islands.
Wright John B John Britten 1942 : The James Stuart archive of recorded oral evidence relating to the history of the Zulu and neighbouring peoples. Volume 2. / edited and translated by C. de B. Webb and J.B. Wright.
Wright John C : Basic cognitive processes in children : report of the second conference sponsored by the Committee on Intellective Processes Research of the Social Science Research Coundil.
Wright John D : Sol-Gel materials : chemistry and applications / John D. Wright and Nico A.J.M. Sommerdijk.
Wright John M D : An address to the members of both houses of Parliament on the late tax laid on fustian, and other cotton goods [electronic resource] : setting forth, that it is both reasonable and necessary to annul that impost : also, that it may be both politic and wise, to leave every species of manufacture and commerce free from every restraint or tax whatever, particularly from excise laws : to which is annexed, a few strictures on separate clauses of the same act of Parliament / by John Wright, M.D.