Ashburn, M. A. (Michael A.) : Pain Management and Anesthesiology [electronic resource] : Papers presented at the 43rd Annual Postgraduate Course in Anesthesiology, February 1998 / edited by Michael A. Ashburn, Perry G. Fine, Theodore H. Stanley.
Ashburner, Edward, approximately 1734-1804. : A sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Sir Harry Trelawny : Baronet, and A. B. (late of Christ Church, Oxford) to the pastoral office of the church of Christ, in West Looe, Cornwall, preached at Southampton, April 22, 1777. By Edward Ashburner, A.M. Together with An introductory discourse, and questions, proposed by William Kingsbury, A.M. Sir Harry Trelawny's answers, and confession of faitth. And the exhortation to him, by John Crisp.
Ashburner, John, 1793-1878. : Physico-physiological researches : on the dynamics of magnetism, electricity, heat, light, crystallization, and chemism, in their relations to vital force / by Baron Charles von Reichenbach.
Ashburner, Kenneth, 1927-2010, : The genus betula : a taxonomic revision of birches / Kenneth Ashburner and Hugh A. McAllister ; paintings by Josephine Hague, drawings by Andrew Brown, photographs by Peter and Maggie Williams.
Ashburner, William. : The Principal part of the Old Testament, from the beginning of Genensis, to the conclusion of the second book of the Kings. : For the use of schools. By the Rev. William Ashburner, vicar of Urswick, and schoolmaster there.
Ashburnham, George Ashburnham 1760-1830. : A narrative by John Ashburnham of his attendance on King Charles the first from Oxford to the Scotch Army, and from Hampton-Court to the Isle of Wight to which is prefixed a vindication of his character and conduct from the misrepresentations of Lord Clarendon by his lineal Descendant and present representative.
Ashburnham, John, 1600-1648. : The true copie of a letter from Mr Ashburnham, to a friend : concerning his deportment towards the King in his late attendance upon His Majesties person at Hampton-Court, and the Isle of VVight.
Ashburnham, John, 1600-1658. : A letter written by John Ashburnham Esquire, from Carisbrook Castle in the Isle of Wight, Novemb. 26. 1647. : to William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons.
Ashburnham, John, 1603-1671. : A narrative by John Ashburnham of his attendance on King Charles the first from Oxford to the Scotch Army, and from Hampton-Court to the Isle of Wight to which is prefixed a vindication of his character and conduct from the misrepresentations of Lord Clarendon by his lineal Descendant and present representative.