J. P., : A threnodie or the lamentations of Scotland, England, France, Ireland, Orange, and the souldiers of Britain, on the decease of the Magnanimous, Illustrious & Incomparable William King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Of Glorious Memory, &c. By J. P. Sc.
J. Paul Getty Museum. : Margaret of York, Simon Marmion, and the Visions of Tondal : papers delivered at a symposium organized by the Department of Manuscripts of the J. Paul Getty Museum in collaboration with the Huntington Library and Art Collections, June 21-24, 1990 / Thomas Kren, editor.
J. Paul Getty Museum. : Photography : discovery and invention : papers delivered at a symposium celebrating the invention of photography / organized by the Department of Photographs and held at the J. Paul Getty Museum, January 30, 1989.
J--ps--n, R--ph. : The expounder expounded : or, annotations upon that incomparable piece, intitled, A short account of God's dealings with the Rev. Mr. G-----e W----f---d. Wherein Several profound Mysteries, which were greatly subject to Misconception, are set in a clear Light; and the abominable secret Sin, therein mentioned, is particularly illustrated and explained. by R--ph J--ps--n, of the Inner Temple, Esq.
J. R., : Mathesis enucleata, or, The elements of the mathematicks / by J. Christ. Sturmius ; made English by J.R. and R.S.S.
J. R. active 1665. : The valiant hearted sea-man; : declaring a late skirmish fought between our English fleet and the Dutch. Wherein the Dutch was worsted, two of the Dutch ships sunk, and two taken as lawful prize, with a very small loss on the English side. The tune is, Lusty Stukely.
J. R. : Religio laici, or, A lay-mans faith : touching the supream head and infallible guide of the church : in two letters to a friend in the country / by J. R. a convert of Mr. Bays's.
J.R. Davis & Associates. : Handbook of thermal spray technology [electronic resource] / edited by J.R. Davis & Associates ; prepared under the direction of the Thermal Spray Society Training Committee.
J. R. H. M. S. : Prìeres prononćees dans quelques ́eglises du refuge de la Grande-Bretagne : un Jour de Jeune Anniversaire celebre en Memoire de la Cassation de L'Edit de Nantes, & un jour de Jeune Extra-Ordinaire celebre a L'Occasion de la Peste qui est en France. Et Publiees pour la Consolation des Refugies qui sont Veritablement affliges dans le Sentiment de leurs Peches, & dans L'Apprehension, des terribles Jugemens de Dieu, dont toute L'Europe est aujourd' hui menacee. Par J. R. H. M. S.