Bird, J. Malcolm (James Malcolm), b. 1886. : Einstein's theories of relativity and gravitation : a selection of material from the essays submitted in the competition for the Eugene Higgins prize of $5,000 / compiled and edited, and introductory matter supplied by J. Malcolm Bird.
Bird, James, d. 1691. : The speech of James Bird, gent [electronic resource] : Who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 18th day of September, 1691. for the willful murther of his wife Elizabeth Bird.
Bird, James, fl. 1853. / joint comp. : References in early childhood services : a bibliography of published materials pertaining to child care and development services and programs, July 1978 / prepared by Washington Center for Early Childhood Education, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington 98926, Dale Otto, project director, James Bird, program developer, Paul Dawson, program developer.
Bird, James, M.R.A.S. : The political and statistical history of Gujarát / translated from the Persian of Alí Mohammed Khán, to which are added copious annotations, and an historical introduction by James Bird.
Bird, James, merchant. : A full and accurate report of the trial of James Bird, [electronic resource] : Roger Hamill, and Casimir Delahoyde, merchants; Patrick Kenny, Bartholomew Walsh, Matthew Read and Patrick Tiernan, Before The Honorable MR. Justice Downes, in the criminal court of Drogheda, April the 23d, 1794, on an indictment for conspiring with others, on the 14th Day of December, in the Thirty-Third Year of his Majesty's Reign, and at other Days and Times before and after, to incite an insurrection and rebellion within the realm of Ireland; and for procuring Arms and armed Men, to levy Insurrection, Rebellion, and War, for the Purpose of overturning the established Government und Constitution.
Bird, James, Sir. : The Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch / [with drawings, illustrations and architectural descriptions by G. Topham Forrest ; edited, with historical introduction and historical notes, by Sir James Bird]
Bird, John, 17th cent. : Ostenta Carolina, or, The late calamities of England with the authors of them [electronic resource] : the great happiness and happy government of K. Charles II ensuing, miraculously foreshewn by the finger of God in two wonderful diseases, the rekets and kings-evil : wherein is also shewen and proved (I.) that the rekets after a while shall seize on no more children but quite vanish through the mercy of God and by means of K. Charles II., (II.) that K. Charles II is the last of kings which shall so heal the kings-evil / discovered by the hand of the Lord upon his unworthy servant and His Majesties subject, John Bird ...