Porter, George A. : Clinical Nephrotoxins [electronic resource] : Renal Injury from Drugs and Chemicals / edited by Marc E. Broe, George A. Porter, William M. Bennett, Gert A. Verpooten.
Porter, George A., 1931- : Nephrotoxic mechanisms of drugs and environmental toxins [electronic resource] / edited by George A. Porter.
Porter, George B. (George Bryan), 1791-1834, : The trial of Robert W. Houston, versus General John Dicks, and others, members of a court martial, Nathaniel W. Sample, Brigade Inspector, Molton C. Rogers, Esq. Judge Advocate, and Daniel Moore, Deputy Marshal : being an act of trespass, instituted in the Court of Common Pleas, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : containing the proceedings and opinion of the said court : also, the arguments of counsel before the Supreme Court, at a special session, held at Lancaster, on the 6th March 1817, and the opinions of the judges of said court, delivered on the 19th May, 1817, reversing the opinion of the court below / by George B. Porter.
Porter, George, : To the Kings most excellent Majesty, the humble petition of Thomas Kynaston, merchant, George Porter, Esq; son and heir of Endimion Porter Esq; : adventurers in the joint stock with Sir William Courten to the East-Indies, George Carew Esq; administrator of Sir William Courten ...
Porter, Gerald, 1950- : Dictionary of counseling / Donald A. Biggs ; with the assistance of Gerald Porter.
Porter, Gerald B., : Introduction to physical inorganic chemistry / Kenneth B. Harvey and Gerald B. Porter.
Porter, Gerard, : Mason & McCall Smith's law and medical ethics / G.T. Laurie LLB PhD FRSE FMedSci FRCP (Edin), Professor of Medical Jurisprudence at the University of Edinburgh, S.H.E. Harmon Esq. BA LLB LLM PhD FHEA, Lecturer in Regulation and Risk at the University of Edinburgh, G. Porter LLB LLM, Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics at the University of Edinburgh.
Porter, Helen Tracy, : The Three Heron's Feathers [electronic resource] / Hermann Sudermann; translated by Helen Tracy Porter
Porter, Hen. : The last nevves from the Prince of Wales: declaring His further proceedings against the Par- Parliaments forces, and Captain Battens joyning with his Highnesse, with 5000. men from Holland. And another great and bloudy fight between his Highnesse forces, and the Parliaments; with the number killed and taken, the manner of the fight, and how the Princes foot routed Col. Rich his horse, and put them to a disorderly retreat, by throwing wild-fire, & granadoes amongst them, which they carried on the end of thier pikes. Also, the firing of the guards belonging to the Parliaments forces by the princes foot, and above 100. slain upon the place near Deal Towns-end. Likewise, a discovery of the resolution of divers of the inhabitants of Sandwich, to rise for the King, with spades, mattocks, felling-axes, spits, and pitchforks, to beat out the Parliaments forces, and to seize on the town for the Prince.