Burling, Edward. : Some remarks and observations by way of answer, to a small book called, A lecture sermon preached at New-Milford by John Graham, [electronic resource] : necessitated (as he says) by the growth and spreading of Quakerism (as he calls it) in that place. : Wherein our religion (which he and others scornfully call Quakerism) is briefly proved to be true Christianitys [sic] and several particulars which he calls errors and strange doctrines, are plainly proved to be true Christian doctrine, by the sayings and writings of Christ and his apostles, as we find them recorded in the holy Scriptures of truth. / By Edward Burling. ; [Two lines from I. Thessalonians]
Burling, George. : Magnae Britanniae notitia, or, The present state of Great Britain : with divers remarks upon the antient state thereof / by John Chamberlayne, Esq. ; to which is added, a compleat list of the Queen's houshold, as also that of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, the Princess Emelia, and the Princess Carolina, never yet printed ; in two parts.
Burling, Irving R. : Achieving successful organizational transformation / David A. Whitsett and Irving R. Burling.
Burling, Temple. : The give and take in hospitals : a study of human organization in hospitals / by T.Burling, E.M.Lentz and R.N.Wilson.
Burling, William. : Petition of citizens of California, praying a grant of occupancy of certain lands in Alaska, to be paid for at a time to be fixed, to be used and occupied by what shall be known as the "Alaska Ship Building and Lumber Company," for the purpose of ship building, &c. December 21, 1874. -- Referred to the Committee on Public Lands and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]