Hay, Susan. : Starting up in practice / [Susan Hay ; cartoons: Neil Parkyn].
Hay, Susan, 1951- : Early years education and care : new issues for practice from research / edited by Susan Hay.
Hay, Susan P. : The heart of a valley : a celebration of 100 years of formal education in Maromaku, 1891-1991 / planning/research & arrangement, Barbara J.Clark ; editing/titles & typing, Susan P. Hay ; illustrations, Chris Parkin.
Hay, Thomas, active 1705-1750. : Sir Thomas Hay, of Alderston, Bart. and his Majesty's Advocate for Scotland, - - - - - appellants. Mr. Thomas Hay, of Mordington, - - - respondent. The respondent's case.
Hay, Thomas, fl. 1705-1750. : Answers for Alexander Mitchel, merchant in Aberdeen, to the prison of Messrs. Burnet and Mowat, merchants in Campvere [electronic resource].
Hay, W. O. : The Stirling annual / [editors, David Kyles, W.O. Hay].
Hay, W. (William) : A specimen of some of the printing types belonging to W. Hay : Printer, at his Printing-Office, adjoining to the British Artists Exhibition-Hall, near Exeter Exchange, in the Strand: founded by the most celebrated British Letter-Founders.
Hay War Memorial High School. : For so much what shall we repay? : a history of secondary education in Hay and the first sixty years of Hay War Memorial High School, 1923-1983 / compiled by Michael A. Smithson, Neville J. Pollard, Gregory D. Raffin ; edited by Arthur H. King.
Hay, William, 1705-1777. : The principal work, difficulties and supports of faithful ministers of the Gospel : A sermon preached before the very Reverend Synod of Aberdeen, on Tuesday, April 12, 1757. By William Hay, A.M. minister at Cruden.
Hay, William, 1729-1811. : Roman Catholic fidelity to Protestants ascertained : or, an answer to Mr. W. A. D's letter to G. H. in which the conduct of government, in mitigating the penal laws against Papists, is justified: ...