Bird, John, Esq. : The castle of Hardayne, a romance. [electronic resource] : In two volumes. By John Bird ...
Bird, John, fl. 1709-1764. : J. Bird, book-binder to the Honorable Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. At the Old Angel and Bible, upwards of forty years established in that line of business, (no. 5,) Ave-Maria Lane, Ludgate-Street, London. Respectfully accquaints [sic] his friends and the public in general, ... [electronic resource].
Bird, John, M.P. : A letter from John Bird Esq; to the Right Honourable the Lord Sydney Beauclerc, [electronic resource] : Vice-Chamberlain to the King, One of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, and Member of Parliament for the Borough of Windsor: concerning Mr. Bird's election for the city of Coventry; and his qualification to sit and vote in Parliament.
Bird, Junius Bouton, 1907-1982. : Travels and archaeology in South Chile [electronic resource] / by Junius B. Bird ; with journal segments by Margaret Bird ; edited by John Hyslop ; biographical essay by Gordon R. Willey.
Bird, K. J. (Kim J.) : The Victor Harbor horse tram : the story of the tourist tramway to Granite Island / compiled by Kim Bird, Tom Wilson, Doug Bunker ... ; edited by Madeleine Brunato.
Bird, Laurie, d. 1979. / Actor. : Two-lane blacktop [videorecording] / Universal Pictures and Michael Laughlin Enterprises ; produced by Michael S. Laughlin ; screenplay by Rudolph Wurlitzer and Will Corry ; story by Will Corry ; directed by Monte Hellman.