Scott-Webber, Lennie. : In sync : environmental behavior research and the design of learning spaces / Lennie Scott-Webber.
Scott, Webster & Geary, : The complete poetical works of William Cowper, esq. : including the hymns and translations from Madame Guion, Milton, &c. with a memoir of the author / by the Rev. H. Stebbing.
Scott, Wendell G., 1905- : Genetics, radiobiology and radiology proceedings, Mid-Western Conference / by Wendell G. Scott, chairman and Titus Evans, co-chairman.
Scott, William, 1794-1835. : Report of the cause between William Beaurain, gent., plaintiff and the Right Hon. Sir W. Scott, knt., defendant [electronic resource] : for unlawfully excommunicating the plaintiff : tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London on Saturday the 6th March, 1813 : before the Right Hon. Lord Ellenborough, chief justice and a special jury.
Scott, William Basil. : Steelwork in building : a commentary on the British Standard Specification on the use of structural steel in building printed with the specification / by W.B.Scott, with an intro. by V.H.Lawton.
Scott, William, : Information : be it remembered that on this first day of April one thousand eight hundred and forty, at Launceston, in the Island of Van Diemen's Land, William Scott of the same place Chief District Constable, personally came before me D'Arcy Wentworth Esquire one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the said Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies and gave me to understand and be informed that William Baildam of Bathurst Street , Launceston in the said Island did on the day of March last past allow to remain on his premises situated at Bathurst Street Launceston aforesaid one "John Jones" a Transported offender for the purpose of tippling. Whereby the said William Baildam hath, under and by virtue of an Act of Council of the said Island made and passed in that behalf liable to forfeit and pay a penalty of not less than twenty shillings nor more than twenty pounds together with the costs and charges of and attending to the conviction for the said offence; and the said William Scott prayeth that the said William[Baildam may be summoned to answer the premises. Taken the day and year first above written: D. Wentworth [and] William Scott.
Scott, William, d. 1735, : Some observations upon the French tongue. [electronic resource] : Concerning, I. The nature of the French tongue. II. The excellency of it. III. The extent of it. IV. The usefulness of it. V. Remarks for those who have a mind to learn French. : [Four lines of quotations]