An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the execution of martial law, according to the meaning of this ordinance, to continue for the space of four moneths from the date hereof. Together with the names of such Commissioners as are appointed for the execution thereof
[London]. printed for Edward Husbands. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the indempnity or saving harmlesse all those that have acted or done any thing by sea or land by authority of Parliament
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the maintaining of the forces of theseven associated counties under the command of Edward Earl of Manchester. By a weekly payment upon the said counties; to begin the first day of September, and to continue for foure moneths next ensuing
London. Printed for Edward Husbands. October 10. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the more effectuall puting in execution the Directory for publique worship, in all parish churches and chappells within the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales
[London]. Printed by T. W. for Ed. Husband, Printer for the Honourable House of Commons. 1645. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the more effectuall puting in execution the directory for publique worship, in all parish churches and chappells within the kingdome of England and dominion of Wales, and for the dispersing of them in all places and parishes within this Kingdome, and the dominion of Wales
London. printed by T.W. for Ed. Husband. 1645.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the Ordination of Ministers by the Classical Presbyters within their respective bounds for the severall congregations in the Kingdom of England. Die Veneris 28. August. 1646
London. Imprinted for John Wright. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the present setling (without furtherdelay) of the Presbyteriall government in the Church of England. Die Veneris 5. Iunii 1646
London. printed for Iohn Wright. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the prohibiting the transportation out of the Kingdom of England, Ireland and Dominion of Wales, all wool, woollen-yarne, wool-flox; wool-fels, fullers' - earth, clay, tobacco-pipe-clay, or any other earth or clay whatsoever, into any place or part beyond the sea, upon thepenalties herein exprest. With an order of both Houses, commanding that all wool of the growth of Ireland shall not be transported into any parts out of that kingdome, except into England or Wales
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the provision of turff and peate, for the cities of London and Westminster, and the suburbs thereof
London. E. Husbands. July 20. 1644. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the punishing of blasphemies and heresies: with the severall penalties therein expressed. Die Martis, 2 Maii 1648
London. Imprinted for John Wright. 1648.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the putting out of the cities of London and Westminster, and late lines of communication, and twenty miles distant, for six moneths, all delinquents, Papists, and others that have been in armes against the Parliament. Die Veneris, 17 Decemb. 1647
[London]. [s.n.]. [1648].

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the raising and securing of 42000. li. for the payment of the guards of the City of London, and for repayment of such poore persons as have voluntarily contributed any money, plate, &c. upon the propositions (not exceeding the sum of 10 li.) in the yeere 1642. and are notable to double the same. As also for explanation of the former ordinance for raising 200000. li. for the service of this Kingdome and the Kingdom of Ireland... 3 Junii, 1647
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the raising of 66666 pounds 13 shillings foure pence, by way of loane, for the better inabling of our Brethren of Scotland, for our assistance, and defence in this common cause of religion and liberty. Die Lunae 2 Decemb. 1644
London. Printed by Richard Cotes. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the raising of monies to be imployed towards the maintenance of forces within this kingdom, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Kt. And for the speedy transporting of and paying the forces for the carrying on the warre of Ireland. Die Mercurii 23 Junii. 1647
London. Printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the regulating of the rates on the customes and excise of Tobacco
London. printed by Richard Cotes & John Raworth. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the relieving of all persons over rated by the ordinance for weekly assesments. Also an order of the Commons in Parliament, prohibiting the printing and publishing of any lying pamphlet, scandalous to His Majesty, or to the proceedings of both or either Houses of Parliament
London. printed for George Lindsey. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the securing those apprenticesfrom indempnity, that will lift themselves under the command of Sir William Waller: Also, two speciall orders, viz. I. That all truncks, and other carriages ... be searched ... II. That a collection be made in all parish-churches ... for sick and maymed souldiers
(London). E. Husbands. September 26. 1643. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the selling of the lands of all thebishops in the Kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales, for the service of the Commonwealth. With the instructions and names of all the contractors and trustees for the speedy execution of the same
London. printed for John Wright. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the sleighting and demolishing of severall garrisons under the power of the Parliament. And the speedy supply of forces to bee sent to the reliefe of the Protestants in Ireland
London. printed for Ion Wright. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy constituting of Sir Nathaniel Brent, Iudge of the Prerogative Court for the probate of wils, and granting of Letters of Administration. Die Lunae, 4 Novemb. 1644
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. Novemb. 6. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy dividing and settling theseverall counties of this Kingdome into distinct classicall presbyteries and congregationall elderships
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the speedy establishing of a court-martiall within the cities of London, Westminster and lines of communication: Together with the names of such commissioners as are appointed for the execution thereof
London. I. Wright. 4 April 1646. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the speedy establishing of a court-martiall within the cities of London, Westminster and lines of communication. Together with the names of such commissioners as are appointed for the execution thereof
London. printed for John Wright. 1646.

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy raising and impresting ofmen, for the defence of the Kingdom. Die Jovis, 10 August, 1643
[London]. Printed for Edward Husbands. August 11. 1643.

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy raising and leavying of Money thorowout the whole Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales, for the relief of the Common-Wealth: By taxing such as have not at all Contributed or Lent, or not according to their Estates and Abilities
London. Printed for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at his Shop in the Middle Temple. May 11. 1643. [i], 13 p.

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy raising and levying of Money for the maintenance of the Army raised by the Parliament. And other great Affaires of the Common-wealth: By a Weekly Assessment upon the Cities of London and Westminster, and every County and City of the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales. February 22. 1642
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands, and are to be sold at his Shop in the Middle Temple. 1643. [i], 29 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy raising and levyingof money for the maintenance of the army raised by the Parliament ... by a weekly assessment upon the cities of London and Westminster, and every county and city of the kingdome of England, and dominion of Wales
London. E. Husbands. 1643. 29 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the true payment of tythes, and other such duties, according to the lawes and customes of this realm: die Veneris, 8 Novemb.1644
London. printed for John Wright. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the true payment of tythes, and other such duties, according to the lawes and customs of this realm
London. printed for John Wright. 1644. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. For the visitation and reformation of the Universitie of Oxford, and the severall Colledges and Halls therein. With the names of the Committee and visitors for the better regulating of the same
London. printed for John Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Giving power to the Committee of the Militia of London, and to all Committees, Deputy-Lieutenants, and others whom it doth concerne, to apprehend all souldiers that are runne away from their colours, who have beene listed or imprested for the service of the kingdome, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax. And that they forthwith repaire to their colours upon paine of death. Die Iovis 15. Ianuarii 1645
London. Imprinted for John Wright. 16 Jan. 1645[6].

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Together with rules and directions concerning suspention from the sacrament of the Lords Supper in cases of ignorance and scandall. Also the names of such ministers and others that are appointed triers and judges of the ability of elders in the twelve classes within the provinceof London
London. printed for John Wright. 1645.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, touching the excise of flesh victuals, and salt
London. printed by Rich. Cotes and Joh. Raworth. 1644.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, whereby all vintners are required to bring in the money due for the half excise of all wines remaining in their hands, at, or before the eleventh of September last: according to two former ordinances of Parliament, of the eleventh of September, and the first of October
London. printed by Richard Cotes and John Raworth. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, with an oath or covenant to be taken byall persons within the City of London
London. Printed for John Wright in the Old Bayley. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; with instructions for the taking of theLeague and Covenant in the Kingdom of England, and Dominion of Wales. With an exhortation for the taking of the Covenant ... Together with the League and Covenant, subscribed with the names ... Also, the Declaration of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland, of the 20 of Ianuary, 1643. Together with the Declaration of the grounds and reasons of the Scots coming into this Kingdom, for the assisting their brethren of England. 5. Feb. 1643 [i.e 1644]
Nye, Philip
[London]. Printed forE. Husbands. [1644].

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for associating of ... Pembroke, Carmarthen and Cardigan for ... mutuall defence and ... suppressing of this present rebellion
(London). Husbands. 1644. 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and commons ... for bringing in the arreares of the assessments for thearmy, within the city of London and liberties thereof
London. Wright. 1648. 10 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for bringing in the arrears of the assessements for SirThomas Fairfax his army ... 12 Octob. 1647
Fairfax, Thomas
London. Wright. 1647. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for constituting commissioners and councell of war in ... Kent
(London). E. Husband. May the first, 1645. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for constituting commissioners and councell of warre, for triall of all persons in the late rising in ... Kent: Also, the making voyd the late ordinance for commissioners and a councel of war in the said county
(London). E. Husband. June the 10, 1645. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for freeing and dischargeing the vintners, from an demand for ... any deliquencie, concerning the imposition of 40s per tunne on wines
(London). E. Husband. 1645. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for providing of draught-horses for ... the army under... Sir Thomas Fairfax
London. Husbands. 1644 (i.e. 1645). 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for raising and maintaining of horse and foot, for reducing ... the county and city of Worcester ... Sept. 21
London. Husbands. (1644). 8 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the associating ... Wilts, Dorset, Somerset, Devon... Bristoll ... Exeter, and ... Poole, and for the putting of them into a posture of defence
(London). Husbands. (1644). 24 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons, for the further inlargement of a former ordinance made for the speedy raising of moneyes, and furnishing one or more magazine or magazines of Armes and Ammunition. And other necessary charges, for and concerning the raising of horse, and other military forces within the Hamblets of the Tower, the City of Westminster, the Burough of Southwarke, and other parts of the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, within the forts and lines of communication, and the parishes adjacent mentioned in the weekly Bill of Mortality
London. Printed forEdward Husbands. Novemb. 11. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the indempnifying persons as have acted or done, orthat hereafter shall act or doe anything by authority, or for the service of the Parliament: Also nominating ... a committee in ... Kent for the same purpose
London. printed for J. Wright. 1648. 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the raising of money to pay the charge of the fortifications and guards: and for other ... uses, for the safety of the city
London. printed by Cotes. 1644. 9 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the raysing fo five hundred horse and five hundreddragoones
London. Cotes. 1645. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the speedy raising and leavying of monyes: for the... mainteinance (sic) of the forces ... sent forth for this ... expedition from the cities of London, Westminster ... Southwarke, hamblets of the Tower
London. Wright. 1644. (6) p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for the utter suppression ... of all stage-playes
Hindley, Charles
(London?. 1873?). 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... for Thursday next to be a day of thanksgiving ... for the ... victory ... nere Knasby ... with two ... relations of the ... victory ... one from ... Generall Cromwell
Cromwell, Oliver
London. Husband. 1645. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons ... inabling the Lord Maior ... to seize ... all ... houses... and revenues belonging to ... officers (of) ... the cathedrall church of Pauls ... and for the paying Doctor Burges ... as also for the setling of ... Philip Goodwin in the vicarage at Warford
Goodwin, Philip ; Burges, Cornelius
London. J. Wright. 1645. 6p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: For the speedy raising of fourteene thousand pounds, and furnishing of one, or more magazine, or magazines of armes and ammunition, and other necessarie charges. For and concerning the raising of horse, and other military forces, within the hamblets of the Tower, the city of Westminster, the burrough of Southwarke, and other parts of the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, within the forts and lines of communication and parishes adjacent, mentioned in the weekely bill of mortallity
Husband, Edward ; L. N
London. printed by L.N. for Edward Husbands, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle-Temple. October 12. 1643. [2], 6 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament: Concerning the late rebellious insurrection in the county of Kent. VVherby a committee is appointed for the said county
(London?). Printed for I. Wright. Aug. 19. 1643. 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: Inabling the militia of London topunish such as doe not repaire to their colours, whether they bee horse or foot. As also giving power to the militia to elect and choose a major generall
London. Printed by R. Cotes. 1647. (2), 5 p.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament. For the safety and defence of the Kingdom of England, and Dominion of Wales, as it was commanded by both the said Houses to be ingrossed, according to the alterations and amendments; the same having been first resolved upon the question by both the said Houses, to passe: On Saturday the 5th of this present March, and so to be printed
London. printed for Ioseph Hunscott. 1641.

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, for the setling of Mr. Philip Goodwyn in the vicaridge of Watford, and of Dr. Burges in the publique lecture of the Church of Pauls London
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1645].

An ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament. For the speedy raising of fourteene thousand pounds, and furnishing of one, or more magazine, or magazines of armes and ammunition, and other necessarie charges. For and concerning the raising of horse, and other military forces, within the Hamblets of the Tower, the City of Westminster,the Burrough of Southwarke, and other parts of the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, within the forts and lines of communication and parishes adjacent, mentioned in the weekely Bill of Mortallity
London. Printed by L.N. for EdwardHusbands. October 12. 1643.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons: for a committee of militia for ... Westminster, the Savoy, Clements Danes, Giles in the fields
London. Husband. 1647. 7 p.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons: for raising moneys to be imployed for the maintenance of theforces under ... Sir Thomas Fairfax
London. Husband. 1647 (1648). 16 p.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament: for explanation of a former ordinance of Parliament of the 24th. November, 1645. For an additionall excise or new-import for payment of artificers
London. Ric. Cotes and R. Raworth. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, against unlicensed or scandalous pamphlets, and for the better regulating of printing... 28 Septembr. 1647
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament authorizing the Committee of Lords and Commons for the Army and Treasurerrs [sic] at Wars, for the better levying and orderly issuing forth of the sixty thousand pounds per mensem, assessed or to be assessed by vertue of an ordinance of Parliament of the 23. June last past, to havethe care and managing of that whole business, as to those ends and purposes in the said ordinance, and in this present ordinance, are expressed
London. printed for Edward Husband. Sept. 28. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for a Committee of Militia for the City of Westminster, the Savoy, Clements Danes, Giles in the Fields, Andrews Holborn, Sepulchres, Iames Clerkenwell, Mary Islington, and Giles Creplegate in the county of Middlesex
London. printed for Edward Husband. Sept. 11. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament for disabling delinquents to bear office, or to have any voyce or vote in the election of any major, recorder, sheriffs, aldermen, assistants, bayliffs, town-clerk, common-councel-man, steward of any court, constable, or any other officer, in city, borough, or town corporate, oruniversities, or other place in the Kingdom of England or Dominion of Wales... 4 Octobr. 1647
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for establishing commissioners of Lords and Commons to sit at Goldsmiths-Hall to compound with delinquents: and to act according to the several orders and ordinances already made by both Houses of Parliament concerning the Committee at Goldsmiths-Hall
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1646.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for raising fifty thousand pounds upon delinquents estates, for the speedy relief of Ireland, and reducing the rebels there
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for raising moneys to be imployed for themaintenance of the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight. 20 Martii, 1647
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for Edward Husband. March 23. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for saving harmless and indempnified all such persons as have acted by authority, and for the service of the Parliament... 13 Maii, 1647
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for the constant reliefe and imployment of the poore: and the punishment of vagrants and other disorderly persons in the City of London and liberties thereof : with the names of the President, Treasurer and assistants of the new Corporation hereby constituted for the same purpose. As also inabling the severall counties and corporations in the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales, for the like relieving and regulating of the poore in their respective places... Die Veneris, 17. Decemb. 1647
London. printed for Iohn Wright. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for the farther ascertaining of the arrears of the soldiery upon their debenters. Die Sabbathi, 22 April, 1648
London. printed for Edward Husband. April 24. 1648.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, for the raising of moneys to be imployed towards the maintenance of forces, within this Kingdom, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax Knight. And for the speedy transporting of and paying the forces for carrying on the war of Ireland
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, giving security for the loan of thirty twothousand pounds, for the present service of the kingdoms of England & Ireland... 7 Octobr. 1647
London. printed for Edward Husband. 1647.

An ordinance of the Lords & Commons ... for the better payment of tythes and duties to the ministers of the city of London ... 21 April, 1648
London. Husband. 1648. 7 p.

An ordinance or declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: Shewing that all the regiments of foot, and troopes of horse, within and about the citty of London; shall within fortie eight hours after publication hereof, march to His Excellence, Robert Earle of Essex, to be imployed for the defence of His Maiesty and kingdome
London. I. Wright. 24 Septemb. 1642. 5 p.

An ordinance or declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the encouragement of adventurers to make new subscriptions for townes, cities, and lands in Ireland
London. Printed for John Wright . July. 15. 1643. [i],10p.

An ordinance or declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the encouragement ofadventurers to make new subscriptions for townes, cities, and lands in Ireland. Having taken into their serious consideration the sad condition of that Realm, and of what ill consequence the losse of that Kingdome would be to this both in respect of religion and otherwise. Die Veneris. 14. Julii. 1643
London. Printed for John Wright. July. 15. 1643.

An ordinance or, declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that the committee for the Militia of London... shall have full power and authority by themselves... die Mercurii, 12 April, 1643
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1643.

An ordinance relating to hire-purchase agreements
Canberra. Commonwealth Government Printer. 1961. 32p.

An ordinance ... that no wharfinger, woodmonger or other seller of News-castle coales, within thecities of London and Westminster ... shall ... sell any New-castle coales above the rate of 23s. the chaldron, and after the first of Aprill next, above 20s. at the most
(London). John Wright. 1642-(43). (8) p.

An Ordinance to impose a tax upon incomes and to regulate the collection thereof
[s.l. s.n. 1930]. 41p.

An ordinance, with severall propositions of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; for the speedy raising of forces by sea and land, to reduce the town of Newcastle to Obedience to the King and Parliament. In the recovery whereof all persons are so much interessed, that it is hoped none will be backward to contribute their best assistance towards the performance thereof, that so coals may again be bought at an easie rate. Die Lunae, 5. June. 1643
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. June 13. 1643.

An ordinary accident
Amberley, Richard
London. Hale. 1971. 174p.

An ordinary atrocity: Sharpeville and its massacre
Frankel, Philip
Johannesburg. Witwatersrand University Press. 2001. viii,263p.

An ordinary boy
London. BBC 1. 1993. 1 videocassette (45 mins).

An ordinary Briton's view of the War: an open letter to a senator of the U.S.A
Logos, Dikaios
London. Darling & Son, Ltd. 1915. 8p.

An ordinary copper
Warner, Jack
Hayes. EMI Records. 1981. 1 cassette.

An ordinary couple
Buckrose, J E
London. H.Jenkins. [1923].

An ordinary day
Brinton, Henry
London. Gold Lion Books. 1973. 208p.

An ordinary day
Dowson, Steve
London. Campaign for the Mentally Handicapped. 1988. v, 44p.

An ordinary day in an unusual place
Universal Jazz. 2001. 1 Compact disc.

An Ordinary diva
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An ordinary Englishman: the autobiography of Reuben BrooksF.C.A
Brooks, Reuben
Sussex. Book Guild. 1992. 265p.

An ordinary evening in New Haven
Stevens, Wallace
New Haven, Conn. Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. 1949. 151-172p.

An ordinary exodus
Bichelberger, Roger
Oxford. Lion Publishing. 1992. (320)p.

An ordinary home: housing and support for people with learning disabilities
Harker, Maurice ; King, Nigel
London. LGA Publications. 1999. 44p.

An ordinary life
Capek, Karel
London. Allen & Unwin. 1936.

An ordinary life
Messec, Jerry L
Hemel Hempstead. Prentice Hall. 1989. 80p.

An ordinary life: memories of a Balby childhood
Renshaw, Winifred M
Doncaster. Doncaster Library Service. 1984.

An ordinary life: Camden Town painters
Aberdeen. Aberdeen Art Gallery. 1999. [7]p.

An ordinary life: comprehensive locally-based residential services for mentally handicapped people
King'sFund Centre. 1980.

An ordinary life
London Television Service. (198?). 1 videocassette.

An ordinary life, 1861-1924
Lockwood, Josiah
London. Mrs Josiah Lockwood. 1932. 256p., [9] leaves.

An ordinary life in practice: developing comprehensive community-based services for people with learning disabilities
Towell, David
London. King Edward's Hospital Fund for London. c1988. 167p.

An ordinary man
Arrighi, Mel
London. Wingate. 1970. 190p.

An ordinary man -
Haggas, J
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An ordinary man
McFarland, J.R
New York. Harper. 1995. 306p.

An ordinary man
Smith, Kenneth R
Duckpaddle. c1990. 193p.

An ordinary marriage
London. BBC. 1999. 1 videocassette (50 min.).

An ordinary miracle: poems and stories from East Cheshire
Fegan, Kev
Chester. Congleton Writers' Forum in association with Cheshire Libraries, Arts & Archives. 1993. 79p.

An ordinary of arms contained in the public register of all arms and bearings in Scotland
Paul, James Balfour
Edinburgh. W. Green & sons. 1903. xxiv, 428, (2) p.

An ordinary of arms contained in the public register of all arms and bearings in Scotland
Paul, James Balfour
Edinburgh. William Green & Sons. 1893. xvii, 263p.

An ordinary of British armorial bookbindings in the Clements Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum
Woodfield, Denis
London. V & A Museum. 1958.

An ordinary of the extraordinary
Phillips, David Llewelyn
London. Billionth Press. 1988.

An ordinary place: the Stone House : a community work approach to disabled people
Tuckey, Bob ; Tuckey, Linda
Windsor. NFER-Nelson. 1981. 112p.

An ordinary story: including the stage adaptation of the novel by Viktor Rozov
Goncharov, I.A ; Hoover, Marjorie L ; Rozov, Viktor ; Rozov, Viktor ; L'dov, Konstantin Nikolaevich ; L'dov, Konstantin Nikolaevich
Ann Arbor, Mich. Ardis. c1994. xi, 261 p.

An ordinary woman
Sallis, Susan ; Dodge, Anne
Whitley Bay. Soundings. 1995. 14 cassettes (21hrs).

An Ordinary Woman
Sallis, Susan
Oxford. Isis. 2000, 1991. 617p.

An ordinary woman
Sallis, Susan
London. Corgi. 1991. 475p.

An Ordinary working life: vocational services for people with mental handicap
London. King's Fund. 1984.

An Ordination and declaration of both Houses of parliament sent to the Lord Maior of London, for the religious observation of the Lord's day: Also concerning the election of ... captaines ... for the security of the city ... (and) a relation of a ... tumult ... in Chancery lane
London. Hawes. 1642. 8 p.

Anordning angaaende den i Fundatsen for Kioebenhavns Universitet af 7 de Mai 1788 befalede Embedsexamen for Laerere ved de laerde Skoler
Kioebenhavn. Schultziske Officin. 1818. 8 s.

Anordning for almueskolevaesenet paa landet i Danmark: Frederiksberg, den 29de julii 1814
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Anorectal disease in AIDS
Allen-Mersh, T. G ; Gottesman, L
London. Edward Arnold. 1991. xii,174p.

Anorectal disorders
Henry, M. M
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Ano-rectal fistulae: their classification, pathology and treatment
Miles, W. Ernest
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Anorectal malformations
Chatterjee, Subir K
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