Endy, Andrew D., : Synthetic aesthetics : investigating synthetic biology's designs on nature / Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Jane Calvert, Pablo Schyfter, Alistar Elfick, and Drew Endy, with additional contributors.
Endymion Films (Firm) : Ned Kelly [videorecording] / Universal Pictures, Studio Canal and Working Title Films present an Endymion Films production in association with WTA, a Gregor Jordon film ; produced by Nelson Woss, Lynda House ; screenplay by John Michael McDonagh ; directed by Gregor Jordan.
Endymion (Musical group), : Présages : for solo oboe ; Motet (Excerpta tractati logico-philosophici) ; Wind trio ; Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; String trio ; Verses of love ; Fantasie trio ; The country of the stars / Elisabeth Lutyens.
Enemy to Acts of Injustice. : A miscellaneous collection of satirical pieces, in prose and verse, respecting the Extraordinary, Unprecedented and Scandalous conduct of Master Tommy Dishclout, B.D. And Some of his Learned Friends, Which have appeared at different Times in the various Magazines, Newspapers, and other Publications, Hand-Bills, &c. &c. Now carefully collected together, and digested in regular Order, to perpetuate the Memory of One, whose malicious Heart has distinguished him as an utter Enemy to the Practice of true Religion and Virtue. The Whole being revised and corrected, With some occasional and necessary Remarks, By an enemy to acts of injustice.
Enemy to All Bribery and Corruption. : [Dispute between William Thornton and Robert Fox Lane over the election in York to fill the seat in Parliament left vacant by the death of Sir John Armytage].
Enemy to extortion. : A short inquiry into the fees claimed and taken by the clerk of assize on the home circuit, and other officers : with observations. To which are prefixed, certain resolutions passed on that subject by the grand jury for the county of Hertford, at the summer assize, 1786. Addressed to The Justice of the peace for that County. By an enemy to extortion.
Enemy to false brethren. : An answer to Dr. Sacheverell's sermon : preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor at the cathedral church of St. Paul's on the 5th of November, 1710. By an enemy to false brethren.
Enemy to oppression. : To the Right Honourable Lord Campbell, Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench [electronic resource].
Enemy to pious fraud. : A Sovereign remedy for the cure of hypocrisy and blind zeal : extracted from the salutary precepts of Jesus Christ, And addressed to the serious Consideration of The People called Methodists. By an Enemy to Pious Fraud.
Enemy to the infamous practice of flogging. : The shameful discipline of the school expos'd; or, Whipping an improper punishment for youth. : By an enemy to the infamous practice of flogging; but a friend to a mild and generous treatment of young gentlemen or school, as most likely to answer all the valuable ends for which they are placed there. Illustrated and enforced by several instances of the fatal and injuriuos consequences, both to masters and scholars, of those degrading severities, which have prevailed in former, and the present times. In a letter to school-masters in general.