May, James, -1831, : The history of the London burkers : containing faithful and authentic account of the horrid acts of the noted resurrectionists Bishop, Williams, May, etc., etc., and their trial and condemnation at the Old Bailey for the wilful murder of Carlo Ferrari, with the criminals' confessions after trial : including also the life, character, and behaviour of the atrocious Eliza Ross, the murderer of Mrs. Walsh, etc., etc.
May, John, active 1613. : A declaration of the estate of clothing now vsed within this realme of England : 1 The royaltie and benefit of wooll and woollen cloth. 2 The condition of the makers, being two sorts. 3 The antiquitie and power of the alneger. 4 The manner of search and searchers, now vsed. 5 The seuerall faults and abuses practised in cloth. 6 The inconuenience and hurt by the abuses. 7 The remedie to be made by the alnegers prouision. VVith an apologie for the alneger, shewing the necessarie vse of his office. Written by Iohn May, a deputie alneger.
May, John D'Arcy, 1942- : Pluralism and the religions : the theological and political dimensions / edited by John D'Arcy May.
May, John Douglas, 1923- : Committee of Inquiry into the United Kingdom Prison Services, report / presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department, the Secretary of State for Scotland and the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland ..