Boddington, Benjamin. : Trial of Benjamin Boddington, Esq. [electronic resource] : for adultery with Mrs. Boddington, his cousin's wife : before the Sheriff of London on Friday the 8th of September, 1797.
Boddington, David : Guitar Arrangements - BIZET, G. / SATIE, E. / BORODIN, A.P. / GRAINGER, P. / SILVESTRI, A. / BACH, J.S. / BARRY, J. / SCHUMANN, R. (Blades, Bonavita) [electronic resource]
Boddington, Ester. : The settlements of Glenarbon and Eldorado as I remember them c. 1932 / researched and compiled by Ester Boddington. And, A short history of the border area of Queensland covered by the Glenarbon Beebo Branch of the Queensland Country Women's Association /complied by J. Donges, August 1959.
Boddington, Henry. : Catalogue of musical instruments principally illustrative of the history of the pianoforte / Henry Boddington.
Boddington, James. : The respondents case. : John Tidcombe, Esq; Appellant. James Boddington, and John Cholmley, Merchants Respondents. To be Heard the 30th of March, 1701.
Boddington, Jennie, 1922- : 1910-1916 Antarctic photographs : Scott, Mawson and Shackleton expeditions / [by] Herbert Ponting & Frank Hurley ; foreword by Sir Vivian Fuchs, introduced by Jennie Boddington.
Boddington, Michael M. : Atlas of Serous Fluid Cytopathology [electronic resource] : a Guide to the Cells of Pleural, Pericardial, Peritoneal and Hydrocele Fluids / by Arthur I. Spriggs, Michael M. Boddington.
Boddington, Michael M., 1928- : The cytology of effusions : pleural, pericardial, and peritoneal and of cerebrospinal fluid / by A.I. Spriggs and M.M. Boddington.
Boddington, (Mary) : Sketches in the Pyrenees; with some remarks on Languedoc, Provence, and the Cornice / by the author of "Slight reminiscences of the Rhine," and "The gossip's week".
Boddington, Nick, : Understanding personal, social, health and economic education in primary schools / Nick Boddington, Adrian King, Jenny McWhirter.
Boddy, Daniel, : A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Exeter : from Mr. Richard Robinson and Mr. Daniel Boddy, Churchwardens of Fulmer in Buckinghamshire, concerning the abuse of Sir Marmaduke Darell's charity.