Skene, Charles, 1777-1844. : Disputatio medica inauguralis, de apoplexia hydrocephalica [electronic resource] : quam, Annuente Summo Numine, EX Auctoritate Reverendi Admodum Viri, D. Georgii Baird, SS. T. P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; Necnon Amplissimi Senatus Academici Consensu; et Nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae Decreto; pro gradu doctoris, Summisque In Medicina Honoribus AC Privilegiis Rite ET Legitime Consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Carolus Skene, A. M. Scotus, Societ. Reg. Med. Edin. Praeses Annuus: Ad diem 24. Junii, hor̂a locoque solitis.
Skene, G. Leigh. : Cycles of inflation and deflation : money, debt, and the 1990s / G. Leigh Skene.
Skene, Gavin R. : The Regulation of Australian financial institutions and payment systems under the interactive gambling regulations (CTH) / Gavin R. Skene.
Skene, Geoffrey. : Specialties of the House : an investigation into subject specialisation amongst Australian senators and members of the House of Representatives / Geoffrey Skene.
Skene, George. : Donald Bane [electronic resource] : an heroic poem, in three books. By George Skene, Esq.
Skene, Gilbert. : Ane breve descriptioun of the pest [electronic resource] : quhair in the causis, signis and sum speciall preseruatioun and cure thairof ar contenit. / Set furth be Maister Gilbert Skene, doctoure in medicine..
Skene Library / Former owner. : A complete dictionary of the Greek and Roman antiquities ; explaining the obscure places in classic authors, and ancient historians, relating to the religion, mythology, history, geography and chronology of the ancient Greeks and Romans; their sacred and prophane rites and customs; laws, polity, arts and engines of war: also an account of their navigations, arts and sciences, and the inventors of them; with the lives and opinions of their philosophers/ Compiled originally in French, at the command of the French King, for the use of the Dauphin, the Dukes of Burgundy, Anjou and Berry: by Monsieur Danet. Made English, with the addition of very useful mapps.
Skene, Reg. : The Cuchulain plays of W. B. Yeats : a study.
Skene, Robert, d. 1721. : Immobilia sanctorum festa, [electronic resource] : cum in ecclesia anglicana, tum etiam alibi, per totum annum observata : or the immoveable feasts or holy-days, Which are observed both in the Church of England, and elsewhere, throughout the whole Year; described briefly in Latine verse, After the Order of the Months and Days on which they happen: To the End, that they may be known readily, and found at the first View, upon any Occasion. Also an English translation of the Latine account in verse, is here Subjoined, for the Use of those who understand not the Latine Tongue.