Kilborn, Robert, 1699 or 1700-1730. : Trium bibliothecarum insigni copîa omnigenæ literaturæ libror. : instructissimar. Catalogus. Or, a catalogue Of the libraries of the Reverend Robert Kilborn, LL. D. Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Rector of St. Mary Aldermary; And of the Revd John Marshall, LL. D. Rector of Finchley, and Morning-Preacher at St. John's Chapel near Bedford-Row; And, lastly, of Stephen Hall, M. D. Physician to the Royal Hospital at Greenwich; All Lately Deceas'd. Containing near Ten thousand Volumes of Curious and Valuable Books in almost all Languages and Faculties; particularly great Numbers relating to the History and Antiquities of most Foreign Nations, but especially the History, Antiquities, and Parliamentary Affairs of Great Britain and Ireland; as, Rymer, Rushworth, Prynn, Dugdale, Hearne, &c. Also several Books of Medals, Coins, Architecture, Perspective, Sculpture, Painting, Heraldry, Mathematicks, Physick, Natural History, Mines, Minerals, Alchymy, Husbandry, Travels, Voyages, Trade, Civil, Canon, and Common-Law, Divinity, &c. And likewise many of the Best Lexicograp.
Kilbourn, Hallet. : Habeas corpus [electronic resource] : ex parte Kilbourne [i.e. Kilbourn] before Hon. D.K. Cartter.
Kilburn Sisters. : The Kilburn Sisters : important revelations / written under the direction of 'Church Bells' special commissioners.
Kilburn, William, 1745-1818. : Mr. Kilburn's calicos : William Kilburn's fabric printing patterns from the year 1800 / Gabriel Sempill & Simon Lawrence.
Kilburne, William. : A True state of the case of John Field and Henry Hills, the Parliaments printers : shewing the lawfulness of their interest in the sole printing of the Bible, and setting forth the causelessness of those frequent calumnies ... / which have been .. published in print by William Kilburne ...
Kilbury, Elizabeth, -1688. -- Early works to 1800. : A funeral sermon preached at Deptford June 3. 1688 : Upon the occasion of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Kilbury, late wife of Mr. John Kilbury. By Henry Godman, minister of the gospel. With allowance.
Kilbury, John. -- Early works to 1800. : A funeral sermon preached at Deptford June 3. 1688 : Upon the occasion of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Kilbury, late wife of Mr. John Kilbury. By Henry Godman, minister of the gospel. With allowance.
Kilcoy (Qld.) -- History. : Caboolture country : stories of the area once controlled by the Caboolture Divisional Board, Shires of Pine Rivers, Caboolture, Kilcoy, Landsborough & Maroochy, City of Redcliffe / written and edited by Stan Tutt.
Grand jury -- Ireland -- Kildare (County) -- Early works to 1800. : County of Kildare, lent assizes. April, the 7th. 1791. : Grand-Jurors; 1 John Taylor Esq; 2 Sir F. Aylmer bart. 3 Sir John Palmer bart. 4 M.B. St. L. Keatinge Esq; 5 Simon Digby Esq; 6 Richard Neville Esq; 7 William Sherlock Esq; 8 Thomas Burgh Esq; 9 Wogan Brown Esq; 10 James Spencer Esq; 11 Theobald Wolfe Esq; 12 Mich. Aylmer Esq. 13 Edw. Hendrick Esq; 14 John Tyrrell Esq; 15 Rob Power Esq; 16 Charles Palmer Esq; 17 Eyre Powel Esq; 18 Christopher Bagot Esq; 19 J. Montgomery Esq; 20 Rich Gratten Esq; 21 George Daker Esq; 22 Thomas Kelly Esq; 23 Samuel Mills Esq; Arthur Burdett Esq; sheriff.
Kildare (Ireland) -- Antiquities. : Ordnance Survey letters Kildare : letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the county of Kildare collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1837, 1838 and 1839 / [John O'Donovan, Thomas O'Conor and Patrick O'Keeffe] ; edited with an introduction by Michael Herity ; preface by Con Costello.
Kildare (Ireland) -- Church history. : Landscape with two saints [electronic resource] : how Genovefa of Paris and Brigit of Kildare built Christianity in barbarian Europe / by Lisa M. Bitel.