Fry, Abraham. : A thesis, wrote upon the most noble and now universally interestive science of agriculture : With those, the humble author's public assertions of possess'd abilities, for changing all sorts of the most spuriously forbidding sour lands (even with, or without tillage) into exceeding milky, mellusive, or otherwise more gregitatively delightful fattening pastures. Together with the very same mutaveal alternative, for as favourably profitable a metamorphose, and that for advantage to all sorts of coarse, or otherwise defectively degenerated meadows, &c. &c. By Abraham Fry.
Fry, Agnes, 1869- : A memoir of the Right Honourable Sir Edward Fry, G.C.B. : Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal, ambassador extraordinary, and first British plenipotentiary to the second Hague Conference, 1827-1918 / [compiled] by his daughter Agnes Fry.
Fry, Agnes, b. 1869. : A memoir of the Right Honourable Sir Edward Fry, G.C.B. [electronic resource] : Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal, Ambassador Extraordinary and first British plenipotentiary to the Second Hague Conference : 1827-1918 / by Agnes Fry ; compiled largely from an autobiography written for his family.