Habitat conservation -- Texas -- Edwards Aquifer. : Review of the Edwards Aquifer Habitat conservation plan : report 1 / Committee to Review the Edwards Aquifer Habitat Conservation Plan, Water Science and Technology Board, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies.
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800. : Lettre ᡠM. Bryan Edwards : Membre du Parlement d'Angleterre, et de la Soci⥴⥠Royale de Londres, colon propri⥴aire ᡠla Jama話ue, en r⥦utation de son ouvrage, intitul⥠Vues historiques sur la colonie fran㡩se de Saint-Domingue, etc., etc. Publi⥠en mars dernier. Par M. le colonel Venault de Charmilly, Chevalier de L'ordre royal et militaire de St. Louis, colon propri⥴aire ᡠSt. Domingue, ancien membre de L'assembl⥥ g⥮⥲ale de cette colonie; charg⥠par les ministres de sa majest⥠Britannique, et par les habitans de la grande-anse, de r⥧ler, accepter et signer la capitulation pour la reddition de la partie fran㡩se de saint-domingue, avec M. Le lieutenant-g⥮⥲al Adam Williamson, lieutenant-gouverneur de la Jama話ue, etc., etc.
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800. : An address to Brian Edwards, Esq : containing remarks on his pamphlet, entitled, "thoughts on the late proceedings of Government, respecting the trade of the West India Islands with the United States of America." Also observations On some Parts of a Pamphlet, lately published by the West India Planters and Merchants, entitled, ̀̀considerations on the present State of the Intercourse between his Majesty's Sugar Colonies and the Dominions of the United States of America.'' By John Stevenson.
Edwards, Bryan, 1843-1900. : A letter to Bryan Edwards : Esquire, containing observations on some passages of his History of the West Indies.
Edwards, Charles, -1851. : The history of Charles Edwards and Sarah Sharp : being an authentic account of the horrible Penfield tragedy, which took place January 26, 1851, together with the particulars of the causes which led to it, including the coroner's inquest, in full : also, the life, trial and execution of Matthew Carrigan, who was condemned and executed at Angelica, Allegany County, N.Y., July 18, 1851, for the murder of David Romer.
Edwards, Christopher -- Death and burial. : No truth no justice [electronic resource] : a David and Goliath story of a mother's successful struggle against public authorities to secure justice for her son murdered while in their care / Audrey Edwards ; with a foreword by John Wadham.
Edwards, Dick. : From the Barn on the Hill to Edwards & Shaw, 1939-1983 : the story of two young men who built a master printery and publishing house that became a major influence on printing and book design in Australia / by Harry Stein ; with a foreword by Jim McClelland and a postscript by Jurgen Wegner.
Edwards, E. Jay (Elisha Jay), 1847-1924. : The president is a sick man [electronic resource] : wherein the supposedly virtuous Grover Cleveland survives a secret surgery at sea and vilifies the courageous newspaperman who dared expose the truth / Matthew Algeo.
Edwards, Edward, 1742-1815. : A voyage round the world in His Majesty's frigate Pandora, performed under the direction of Captain Edwards in the years 1790, 1791, and 1792 : with the discoveries made in the South-Sea, and the many distresses experienced by the crew from shipwreck and famine, in a voyage of eleven hundred miles in open boats, between Endeavour Straits and the island of Timor / by Mr. George Hamilton, late surgeon of the Pandora.
Edwards, George, -1704. : A relation of the fearful estate of Francis Spira : after he turn'd apostate from the protestant church to Popery. As also, the miserable lives, and woful deaths, of Mr. John Child, Who desperately Hang'd himself, in Brick-Lane, Spittle fields, in Octob. 1684. and, Mr. Geo. Edwards. Late of Stratford, in Essex, who Wilfully Shot himself to Death, Jan 4. 1704. To which is added K. James the First's Prophetical Curse upon any of his Race, that should Apostatize to the Church of Rome. With several Examples of God's Judgments on other Apostates. With Origen's Lamentation.
Edwards, George, active 1820. : Memoirs of George Edwards, alias Wards, the acknowledged spy and principal instigator in the Cato-Street plot : from his early life to the present time : in which the various machinations of this desperate character ... are impartially detailed, and made public through the praiseworthy exertions of Alderman Wood ... ; to which is added, An account of the life and trials of the five deluded men who were beheaded on Monday, May 1 / by Edward Aylmer.
Edwards, George Skene -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the trial of Malcolm Gillespie and George Skene Edwards, for forgery [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand by a member of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen ; together with the life and dying declaration of Malcolm Gillespie written by himself.