Bright, Henry, 1723 or 1724- : The praxis : or, a course of English and Latin exercises, In a Series of Exemplifications, from an Initial One for a Beginner at School, to such as are applicable to the Capacities and Circumstances of young Academics, in order to form a proper Habit of Thinking, and Writing, at an early Time of Life. For the use of youth in the lesser schools. By Henry Bright, M. A. Master of New-College School, Oxford.
Bright, Henry, 1810-1873. : Henry Bright, 1810-1873 : paintings and drawings in Norwich Castle Museum / Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton.
Bright, J. S. : Dorking : a history of the town, with a description of the distinguished residences, remarkable places, walks and drives, and literary associations of the neighbourhood / by J.S. Bright.
Bright, John, : Hand-book for emigrants, and others : being a history of New Zealand, its state and prospects, previous and subsequent to the proclamation of Her Majesty,s authority : also remarks on the climate and colonies of the Australian continent / by John Bright.
Bright, John Edward, b. 1811. : A treatise on the law of husband and wife, as respects property [electronic resource] : partly founded upon Roper's treatise, and comprising Jacob's notes and additions thereto / by John Edward Bright.
Bright, Karen. : Getting a brilliant job : the student's guide ; resumes, interview skills and everything you need to know to convince a prospective employer / Karen Bright & Jim Bright.
Bright, Karin Drudge, 1947- : Agricultural education in a technical society; an annotated bibliography of resources [by] Mary Ruth Brown, Eugenie Lair Moss, and Karin Drudge Bright. Foreword by Howard Sidney.