Kirkby, M. J. (Michael John), 1937- : Regionalization in hydrology : proceedings of an international conference held at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, 10-14 March 1997 / edited by Bernd Diekkrüger, Mike J. Kirkby, Ulrich Schröder.
Kirkby, William. : Rules and orders of the Court of Exchequer : relative to the practice of the King's Remembrancer's office. And the settlement of the bounds and limits of the port of London; Taken from the Record Inrolled in the said Office of the Court of Exchequer. By William Kirkby, of the Exchequer Office.
Kirkby, William, active 1664. : Unto all judges, jurors, witnesses and seamen, or any other who have been, are, or may be exercised in making laws against the innocent, or in trying, judging, or carrying-out of their native country such innocent persons as in conscience towards God cannot stoop to the wills of men, in conforming to their laws made against the witness of God in all clean conscience.
Kirkcaldy, Ellen Mathys. : The development of programme strategies for integration of HIV, food and nutrition activities in refugee settings [electronic resource] / [prepared by Ellen Mathys Kirkcaldy ... et al.].
Kirkcaldy (Scotland) : Case of the parish of Kirkcaldy. The honourable magistrates and counsellors, to the number of nineteen, with seventeen heritors and elders, callers of the Reverend Mr. George Kay, in whose favours a royal presentation was granted, appellants. One magistrate, seven counsellors, twenty three called heritors, and four elders, callers of the Reverend Mr. David Marshal, respondents. The appellants case. To be heard at the Bar of the General Assembly met in May 1741.
Kirkcudbright (Scotland) : Kirkcudbright Town Council records, 1576-1604 / Transcribed by M.B. Johnston and C.M. Armet at the instance of John, IV Marquis of Bute.
Kirkcudbright (Scotland). : Proceedings of the justices of peace, commissioners of supply, and heritors of the stewarty of Kirkcudbright : With respect to the regular maintenance of their own poor, and expelling stranger-poor from the stewarty.