Friends' School and Workhouse (Clerkenwell, London, England) : An account of the rise, progress, and present state of Friends School and work-house, at Clerkenwell, London [electronic resource] : together with some proposals for rendering this foundation more extensively useful; and the order of the quarterly-meeting of London for a subscription for this purpose.
Friends to the King and Constitution (Wakefield, England) : That the loyal and spirited resistance of the Friends to the King and Constitution resident in the town and neighbourhood of Wakefield, in the year 1792, against democratical exertions for promoting disaffection ... in Great-Britain, may not entirely perish ... the papers ... have been collected and re-printed by Richard Henry Beaumont, ... [electronic resource].
Friends United (London, England : Friendly Society) : Rules, orders and regulations, of the Friendly Society, called the Friends United, instituted 10th day of March, 1792. [electronic resource] : And held at the coach makers arms, camomile street, bishopsgate. Meeting nights the second Wednesday in every month. Allowed and confirmed the fourth day of April, 1796. pursuant to XXXIII. of George III.
Frier, H. I. (Henry I.) : Nutrition research : future directions and applications / editors, Jonathan E. Fielding, H.I. Frier.
Frier, James F. F. : Noble Street Methodist Church, Chilwell, Geelong : the centenary story 1849-1949 / compiled by Edward E. Pescott, assisted by James F.F. Frier and George W. Pescott. The story of Bond Street / told by A.W. Briggs.
Frier, John P. : Industrial lighting systems / John P. Frier and Mary E. Gazley Frier.
Frier, M. : Quality assurance of radio-pharmaceuticals : a guide to hospital practice / edited by M. Frier and S.R. Hesslewood.
Frier, M. (Malcolm) : Nuclear medicine in pharmaceutical research [electronic resource] / edited by A.C. Perkins and M. Frier.