Curtis, John, active 1837-1838. : Shipwreck of the Stirling Castle : containing a faithful narrative of the dreadful sufferings of the crew, and the cruel murder of Captain Fraser by the savages : also, the horrible barbarity of the cannibals inflicted upon the captain's widow, whose unparalleled sufferings are stated by herself, and corroborated by the other survivors : to which is added the narrative of the wreck of the Charles Eaton, in the same latitude / by John Curtis.
Curtis, John C. : Introduction, nocturne und rondo : für Mandoline und Gitarre / Daniel Pinkham.
Curtis, John D. : The mindset for winning : a four-step mental training program to achieve peak performance for all athletes / John D. Curtis.
Curtis, John Harrison, 1778-approximately 1860. : A treatise on the physiology and diseases of the eye : containing a new mode of curing cataract without an operation; experiments and observations on vision, also on the inflection, reflection, and colours of light; together with remarks on the preservation of sight, and on spectacles, reading-glasses, &c. / by John Harrison Curtis.
Curtis, K. M. (Kathleen Maisey), 1892-1994. : Agricultural planning and management with computers (AGPLAN) 3 : AGPLAN for pastures and the pasture valuation program : aids to selecting appropriate phosphate rates. Operating instructions and explanatory notes for the A.C.T. Apricot programs / J.B. Robinson, K.R. Helyar and K.M Curtis.
Curtis, Langley, active 1668-1725. : Stafford's memoires, or, A brief and impartial account of the birth and quality, imprisonment, tryal, principles, declaration, comportment, devotion, last speech, and final end of William, late Lord Viscount Stafford, beheaded on Tower-hill Wednesday the 29. of Decemb. 1680 : whereunto is annexed a short appendix concerning some passages in Stephen Colledges tryal / the whole now again set forth for a more ample illustration of that so wonderfully zealous pamphlet entituled The papists bloody aftergame, writ in answer to the said Memoirs, and published by Langley Curtis, 1682.