Guild, Ian. : Forfaiting : an alternative approach to export trade finance / Ian Guild and Rhodri Harris.
Guild, James Wyllie : Lays of the minnesingers or German troubadours of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries : illustrated by specimens of the contemporary lyric poetry of Provence and other parts of Europe: with historical and critical notices, and engravings from the ms. of the minnesingers in the King's Library at Paris, and from other sources.
Guild, Jane R. : Edinburgh University Library, 1580-1980 : a collection of historical essays / edited by Jane R. Guild and Alexander Law.
Guild, Jean. : Information for Jean, Margaret, and Henriet Guilds, daughters of the deceased Henry Guild, writer in Edinburgh, and Margaret Renalds, his relict, Archibald Bertram of Nisbet, Alexander Renalds and others, creditors of James Guild, writer in Edinburgh; against David Loch, merchant in Leith, Archibald Stewart merchant in Edinburgh, and John Murray, druggist there.
Guild, John. : The interference systems of crossed diffraction gratings; theory of moiré fringes.
Guild of St. Mary Magdalene (Dublin, Ireland) : The instructions of the corporation of barbers, and chirurgeons, apothecaries and periwig-makers, or guild of St. Mary Magdalene, within the city of Dublin. : To their representatives in common council. Published by order of the corporation.
Guild, Reuben A. : Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures and condition of the Institution for the year 1867. [electronic resource]
Guild, Reuben Aldridge, 1822-1899. : Rhode Island in the Continental Congress [electronic resource] : with the Journal of the convention that adopted the Constitution, 1765-1790 / by William R. Staples ; edited by Reuben Aldridge Guild.
Guild, Robyn. : Adoption of greenhouse technology : literature review / Robyn Guild ... and others
Guild, Shena. : Hidden tales from Eastern Europe / Antonia Barber ; illustrated by Paul Hess ; edited by Shena Guild.
Guildford (England : Borough) : De Guldeforde.* : A true state of the poll and proceedings, at the general election of two burgesses or members, to serve in parliament for the town and borough of Guldeford, in the County of Surrey, on Monday, June 21, 1790. Comprising, Every Particular relative thereto; the Questions proposed to each Voter-His Answer, Profession, and Place of Abode within the Town; clearly defining the right of election; with substance of each Candidate's Speech at the Close of the Poll: To which is added, a Correct List of the Voters unpolled, and all other Persons paying Scot and Lot in the Town, in the Interest of each of the Candidates at the Time of Election; with the Names of those Persons omitted, being rated in the Poor-Books made previous to the Election. Together with The poll for Churchwardens of the respective Parishes in Guldeford, on Easter Monday, 1790: Exhibiting every Thing remarkable and curious worthy of Notice on the Subject. .
Guildford Grammar School. : Tall stories : an anecdotal history of Guildford Grammar School, 1896-1996 / edited by T.A.G. Hungerford.
Guildford, Janet, 1946- : Mothers of the municipality : women, work, and social policy in post-1945 Halifax / edited by Judith Fingard and Janet Guildford.
Guildford, Janet Vey, : Mothers of the municipality : women, work and social policy in post-1945 Halifax / edited by Judith Fingard and Janet Guildford.