Austin, Robert, : Proposals humbly offered to the consideration of the nobility and gentry of the counties of Essex, Kent and Sussex, for a road from Stump-Cross, in the Hamlet of Mouisham, in the parish of Chelmsford, to and over Galley-Wood common, through stock and billericay, and from Brentwood, to be joined at or near Little Burstead Church, by Dunton Blacksmith's through Horndon to the River Thames at or near Tilbury Fort; and for establishing proper ferry-boats to and from Gravesend. So as to make a safe and speedy communication between the counties of Essex and Kent, and the adjacent counties.
Austin, S. M. : The Two-Body Force in Nuclei [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the Symposium on the Two-Body Force in Nuclei held at Gull Lake, Michigan, September 7-10, 1971 / edited by S.M. Austin, G.M. Crawley.
Austin, Sam M., 1933- : The two-body force in nuclei : proceedings / Edited by S. M. Austin and G. M. Crawley.
Austin, Samuel. : Samuel Austin in Union-Street, Boston, near the Sign of the Corn-Fields, imports and sells at the cheapest rates, a general assortment of English and India goods, of the newest fashion [electronic resource].
Austin, Samuel, : A practicall catechisme of purpose framed for the help of such as desire to enjoy more sweet and intimate soul-communion with Jesus Christ in that sacred ordinance of his own Supper. : Begun at Newport-Pagnel in Buckinghamshire, revived at Luton in Bedfordshore, and now perfected at Queen Hithe in London. By Samuel Austin, an unworthy minister of the Gospell of Jesus Christ.