Barrow, Ian J. : Surveying and mapping in colonial Sri Lanka (1800-1900) / Ian J. Barrow.
Barrow, Isaac, 1614-1680. : Articles of visitation & enquiry within the diocess of St. Asaph, [electronic resource] : in the first episcopal visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Isaac, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Saint Asaph : in the second year of his translation. : And exhibited to the church-wardens and side-men of every parish within the diocess of St. Asaph.
Barrow, J. : Membrorum principalium apostasia, or, A short view of those many diseases and infirmities which proceed from a defection, or falling away, of the principal members or parts of the body from the performance of their several offices and functions [electronic resource] : together with their cures by the matchless tinctura cælestis, a medicine ... prepared and fitted to give relief in such extreams ... / by J. Barrow, M.D.
Barrow, James. : An elegy, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A. [electronic resource] : who departed this life March the 29th, 1788, in the 80th Year of his Age. By James Barrow.
Barrow, Jeff, 1956- : From the bottom up : one man's crusade to clean America's rivers / Chad Pregracke, with Jeff Barrow ; introduction by Tim Wall.
Barrow, Joannes. : Dissertatio medica, inauguralis, de catarrho. [electronic resource] : Quam, Annuente Summo Numine, Ex Auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Gulielmi Robertson, S. S. T. P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; Nec Non Amplissimi Senatus Academici consensu. Et nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae decreto, pro gradu doctoris, Summisque In Medicina Honoribus AC Privilegiis Rite ET Legitime Consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Joannes Barrow, Anglus. Soc. Physic. Edinen. Soc. Honorar. Et Soc. Chem. Soc. Ad diem 12. Septembris, hora locoque solitis.
Barrow, Jocelyn. : The unequal struggle : the findings of a Westindian research investigation into the underachievement of Westindian children in British schools / by Ashton Gibson ; assistant author, Jocelyn Barrow.
Barrow, John, 17th cent. : The Lord's arm stretched ovt in an answer of prayer, or, A true relation of the wonderful deliverance of James Barrow, the son of John Barrow of Olaves Southwark, who was possessed with evil spirits near two years [electronic resource] : the diversity of means used, with the way in which he was delivered / published by me, John Barrow.
Barrow, John H. : Temperance and tee-totalism : being a candid enquiry into the lawfulness or unlawfulness of using distilled and fermented liquors. Conducted on the grounds of scripture, philosophy, and expediency, but especially scripture / by John H. Barrow.
Barrow, John Henry, / ed. : The Mirror of Parliament for the ... session of the ... Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland.
Barrow, Joseph Charles. : Twickenham. Twickenham is an exceedingly pleasant village in the hundred of Isleworth, in the county of Middlesex, between ten and eleven miles from London, on the north bank of the Thames. Norden saith, "it is called Twickenham, either for that, at this place, the Thames is divided into two rivers, by reason of the island there; or else, of the two brooks, which near the town enter into the Thames; for Twickenham (he observers) is as much as Twinam, quasi inter vinos amnes situm." The learned Costard ingeniously suggested that the name might be derived either from Twy, two, -and Ken, view, -the winding river here affording two remarkable views -or else from Twiggen, the ancient name for osiers, with which the islands abound. ... [electronic resource].