Moore, John, active 1681. : For the Right Honourable, my Lord Provost, bailies, Dean of Gild, Thesaurer, and the remnant Council of the ancient city of Edinburgh, and metropolitan in Scotland, whose longitude is 22. degrees, 30. minuts; latitude, 56.5. minuts : A table to give the true hour of the day by the shaddow of the sun, by a plain staff, divided into 10. equal parts.
Moore, John, : A terrier, or field-book : containing the number & measurement of every close in the township of Halifax, with names of the owners. By J. Moore, Hipperholme.
Moore, John, : La mort bienheureuse des fid́eles Discours fait a l'occasion de la mort du Rev.d Samuel Beuzevile : depuis pres de 24 ans pasteur de l'eglise Francoise de St. Jean, au quartier de spitalfields; et prononce dans la dite eglise, le 13 de Jan. 1782, par Jean Moore, ministre de l'eglise anglicane.
Moore, Joi L. : Cases on educational technology planning, design, and implementation [electronic resource] : a project management perspective / Angela D. Benson, Joi L. Moore, and Shahron Williams van Rooij, editors.
Moore, Joi L., 1966- : Culture, learning and technology : research and practice / edited by Angela D. Benson, Roberto Joseph and Joi L. Moore.
Moore, Jon, : Learn from the Experts about the Principles of DevOps: Jon Moore [electronic resource] / Moore, Jon.
Moore, Jordan, : Hybrid Cloud Data and API Integration: Integrate Your Enterprise and Cloud with Bluemix Integration Services [electronic resource] / Cheemalapati, Srinivas.
Moore, Joseph. : An essay on the cause and cure of a species of uterine hæmorrhage : hitherto not generally understood, though of very common occurrence. By Joseph Moore, ...
Moore, Joseph, -1769. : The ordinary of Newgate's account : of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of Elizabeth Brownrigg, who was executed at Tyburn, on Monday, Sept. the 14th, 1767. In the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Kite, Knt. Lord-Mayor of the City of London. Entered at Stationer's-Hall.
Moore, Joseph, d. 1769. : The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of Elizabeth Brownrigg, who was executed at Tyburn, on Monday, Sept. the 14th, 1767 [electronic resource] : in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Kite, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.