Booker, Daniel. : The beauties of the Mass exemplified : and proper popery truly stated: or, the sincerity of the late vindication of the people commonly called, Roman Catholicks, farther illustrated, paragraph by paragraph. N. B. All the Latin Quotations herein mentioned, are for the general Use of Catholicks, as well as Protestants, rendered into English.
Booker, Diane, 1943- : Focus on learning : a framework for the provision of learning resources, library and information services in vocational education and training / prepared by Di Booker, Clare Murphy and Moira Watson.
Booker, Emily, : Square eyes : children, screen time and fun / Emily Booker.
Booker, G. R. : Microscopy of semiconducting materials, 1983 : proceedings of the Institute of Physics Conference held in St Catherine's College, Oxford, 21-23 March 1983 / edited by A.G. Cullis, S.M. Davidson and G.R. Booker.
Booker, John, 17th century. : Lieutenant Colonell John Booker being sent out of the Province of Munster by ... the Lord of Inchiquine .. and the councell of warre there and having delivered letters from his Lordship to the Honourable Speaker of the House of Commons : to the Right Honourable the Committee of Lords and Commons for the Irish affaires ... doth humbly present the state and condition of the army in that province..
Booker, John, : 25. Novemb. 1646. Lieutenant Colonell John Booker being sent out of the province of Munster by the Right Honourable Lord of Inchiquine Lord President : and the councell of warre there, having delivered letters from his Lordship to the honourable the Speaker of the House of Commons, to the right honourable the Committee of Lords and Commons for the Irish affaires, and also to the right honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Councell of the city of London, earnestly desiring to promote the good of the province and kingdome, so that his endeavours here might not be fruitlesse, nor the expectations of the army there frustrate, in this their great necessity, doth humbly present the state and condition of the army in that province.