Manchester Night Asylum For The Destitute And Houseless Poor : The first annual report of the Manchester Night Asylum for the Destitute and Houseless Poor, for the year 1838 [electronic resource] : with an account of the proceedings at the annual meeting held in the Town Hall, Manchester, February 11th, 1839 : established 3rd February, 1838.; Manchester Night Asylum for the Destitute and Houseless Poor.
Manchester Political Union : Manchester Political Union, 1838 [electronic resource] : regulations, &c.; Manchester Political Union.
Manchester Ship Canal : Old order, new thing : being a short study of tugs, their men and their machinery, set within the context of the Manchester Ship Canal and with particular reference to the paddle tug, Reliant, formerly Old Trafford.; McMurray, H. Campbell.
Manchester Statistical Society England : Collection of miscellaneous reports and papers [electronic resource] : read before the Manchester Statistical Society.; Manchester Statistical Society (Manchester, England)
Manchester United : British Sky Broadcasting Group plc and Manchester United plc : a report on the proposed merger / presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry by Command of Her Majesty, April 1999.; Great Britain.
Manchoukuo : Oil, Manchuria [electronic resource], 1934.; Great Britain.
Manders Mary : The Lawyers clarke trappand by the crafy whore of Canterbury, or, A True relation of the whole life of Mary Manders, the daughter of Thomas Manders a fidler in Canterbury : 1. How she marryed a fidler at Dover, and a shoe-maker at the city of Canterbury. 2. How she cheated a vintner of 60. pound ... 3. How she cheated a French merchant ... 4. How she picks a Kentish lords pocket ... 5. How she made her escape, when sold and ship'd for the Barbadoes. 6. How she came to London ... 7. How she was discovered by a shoe-maker and carryed before a justice ...
Manesseh Ben Israel 1604 1657 : Anglo-Judaeus, or, The history of the Jews whilst here in England [electronic resource] : relating their manners, carriage, and usage, from their admission by William the Conqueror, to their banishment : occasioned by a book written to His Highness, the Lord Protector, (with a declaration to the commonwealth of England) for their re-admission by Rabbi Menasses Ben Israel, to which is also subjoyned a particular answer / by W.H. ...; Hughes, William,