A description of Ordnance Survey large scale plans
Chessington. Ordnance Survey. 1947. 23p.

A description of Ordnance Survey medium scale maps
Chessington. Ordnance Survey. 1949. 21p.

A description of Ordnance Survey small scale maps
Chessington. Ordnance Survey. 1951. ix, 22p., [19]p. of plates (incl. map.s, ill.).

A description of Prince of Wales Island in the streights of Malacca: with its real and probable advantages and sources to recommend it as a marine establishment
Popham, Home Riggs
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1805.

A description of rare and important Medina imprints in the University of New Mexico Library
Davidson, Russ
Albuquerque. University of New Mexico. 1988.

A description of research and development in the U.K. agricultural sector
Beck, Harvey
Reading. Economics Panel, Agriculturaland Food Research and Development. 1987.

A description of rolling carts and waggons, as built by James Sharp, Leadenhall-Street
Sharp, James
London. (s.n.). 1772. (4) p., plates.

A description of Rosamond's Bower, Fulham ... the residence of T. Crofton Croker ... with an inventory of the pictures,furniture ... &c
Croker, Thomas Crofton
[London]. For private circulation only. 1842-43. 3 v.,[2] leaves of plates.

A description of scenery in the Lake District intended as a guide to strangers
Ford, William
Carlisle. C. Thurnam. 1840.

A description of several astronomical and geographical clocks: with an account of their motions and uses; and a short account of a marine regulator; to which is added, a description of the mechanical parts
Jenkins, Henry
London. Printed for and sold by the author, and Fielding and Walker. 1778. viii, 129 p.

A description of several pictures presented to the corporation
Boydell, John
London. printed for the benefit of the servants who shew the pictures. 1794. 31 p.

A description of Sherborne scenery, its nature and history
Fowler, Joseph ; Jones, Hubert
Sherborne. J. C. & A. T. Sawtell. 1936.

A description of sixty studies from nature; etched in the soft ground, by William Green of Ambleside; after drawings made by himself in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire: comprising a general guide to the beauties of the north of England
Green, William ; Green, William ; Barfield, John ; Mann
London. printed for the Author, by J. Barfield and published by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; Mr. Mann; and W. Green, Ambleside. 1810. x, 122 p. : 12mo.

A description of some of the watches, movements etc: belongong to the Museum of the company of Clockmakers preserved in the Guildhall Library and Museum
Thompson, Edward John
London. printed by Napier. 1889-90. 14, 28 p.

A description of some of the wood carving for the re-decoration of ... St. Michael's, Cornhill: withnotes relative to the antiquity of the church
Rogers, William Gibbs ; Scott, George Gilbert ; Williams, Hebbert
London. Rogers. (c1864). 16 p.

A description of spoken Prague Czech
Townsend, Charles E
Columbus, Ohio. Slavica Publishers. 1990. 151 p.

A description of St. Mary's Church, Bury St. Edmunds
Sandford, J. H
Gloucester. British Publishing Co. [1955].

A description of Stonehenge: extracted from the works of the most eminent authors; with some modern obseervations on that stupendous structure
Salisbury . Blandford. 1795.

A description of Stonehenge, Abiry, etc in Wiltshire: with an account of the learning and discipline of the Druids. To which is added, an account of antiquities on Salisbury Plain
Salisbury . printed and sold by B.C. Collins [of Salisbury] and S. Crowder [of London]. [1788].

A description of Stonypath
Bann, Stephen
[s.l.]. Friends of Stonypath Garden. 1981. 144p.

A description of sundry works proposed to be done, in altering, repairing and improving: Allhallows-Staining, in Mark-lane
(London. 1776). 15, (3) p.

A description of Swansea, and its environs
Swansea. Jenkin. (1813). 63, (16) p.

A description of the admirable table of logarithmes
Napier, John
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. 89, (97) p.

A description of the All Hallows Church model of Roman London
Lowther, A. W. G
[London]. Geo. Marshall & Co. [1933]. 10p.

A description of the ancient and famous city of Bristol: a poem
Goldwin, W
London. Printed for R. Lewis. 1751. 40p.

A description of the ancient art of embalming, practised by the Egyptians: with an account of theEgyptian mummy, now exhibiting, which is divested of its bandages, &c
Booth, Abraham
London. Printed for the Proprietor of the Egyptian Mummy, and sold in the Exhibition Room. 1831.

A description of the ancient city of Dunkeld and its environs
Dunkeld. printed for D. M'Donald, bookseller. 1826. 22p.

A description of the ancient, mediaeval and modern buildings preserved in the Yorkshire PhilosophicalSociety's grounds
Yorkshire Philosophical Society. 19--?.

A description of the ancient terracottas in the British Museum; with engravings
London. Printed by W. Bulmer & Co.; and sold at the British Museum; and by G. and W. Nicol., booksellers to His Majesty. 1810. vii, 39p., 40 leaves of plates.

A description of the ancient vessel recently found under an old branch of the river Rother, in Kent: with various conjectures respecting her antiquity : accompanied by a lithographic sketch of the vessel, and the articles found in her
Scharf, George
London. W. Mason. 1823. 15p., [1] folded leaf of plate.

A description of the antiquities and curiosities in Wilton-House: illustrated with twenty-five engravings of some of the capital statues, bustos and relievos : in this work are introduced the anecdotes and remarks of Thomas Earl of Pembroke, who collected these antiques, now first published from his Lordship's MSS
Kennedy, James ; Pembroke, Thomas Herbert
Salisbury. Printed by E. Easton [etc.]. 1769. 5 p. l., xxxviii, 116 p., 1 l.

A description of the antiquities and other curiosities of Rome: from personal observation during a visit to Italy in the years 1818-19
Burton, Edward
London. C. & J. Rivington. 1828.

A description of the antiquities and other curiosities of Rome: from personal observation during a visit to Italy in the years 1818-19 : with illustrations from ancient and modern writers
Burton, Edward
Florence. printed by L. Molini. 1830-31. 2 v.

A description of the architecture and monumental sculpture in the south-east court of the South Kensington Museum
Pollen, John Hungerford
London. Printed by George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode. 1874.

A description of the arteries of the human body: reduced to tables
Murray, Adolph ; Scott, Archibald
Edinburgh. Printed by John Brown. 1801. xx, 172 p.

A description of the art history requirmentsfor fine art students at Medlock Fine Art Centre 1988/89
Manchester. The Polytechnic. [1988].

A description of the Blackwall tunnel
(London. London. 1897). 31 p.

A description of the brains and spinal cords of two brothers dead of hereditary ataxia: cases XVIII and XX of the series in the family described by Dr. Sanger Brown. With a clinical introduction by Dr. Sanger Brown
Barker, Lewellys F
Chicago. The University of Chicago Press. 1903. 50p., xxxix [i.e. 12 leaves of plates].

A description of the Burmese empire
Sangermano, Rev. Father ; Tandy, William
Rome. Joseph Salviucci and Son. 1833. 228p.

A description of the Burmese Empire
Sangermano, Vicentius ; Tandy, William
Rome. Printed for the Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland. 1833.

A description of the canals and railroads of the United States: comprehending notices of all the works of internal improvements throughout the several states
Tanner, Henry S
New York. Kelley. 1970.

A description of the Cathedral Church of Ely: with some account of the conventual buildings : illustrated by engravings
Millers, George
London. Printed by Luke Hansard & Sons, for John White, Horace's Head, Fleet-Street. 1808. xi, 174 p., plates.

A description of the cathedral church of Ely: with some account of the conventual buildings
Millers, George
London. J. White. 1807.

A description of the cathedral church of Ely, with some account of the conventual buildings
Millers, George
London. William Pickering. 1834.

A description of the Central Railway Group Project for a New Railway System between France and the industrial heart of the United Kingdom
London. Central Railway Group. [n.d.].

A description of the character, manners, and customs of the people of India: and of their institutions,religious and civil
Dubois, J.A
Madras. Asian Educational Services. 1989. 411p.

A description of the city, college and cathedral of Winchester: illustrated with ... particulars,collected from a manuscript of Anthony Wood ... (and) the college and cathedral registers
Warton, Thomas ; Wood, Anthony a
London. Baldwin. [1750]. 108 p.

A description of the city, college, and cathedral of Winchester: the whole illustrated with several curious ... particulars, collected from a manuscript of Anthony Wood
Warton, Thomas ; Wood, Anthony a
London. printed for R. Baldwin: sold by T. Burdon, in Winchester; B. Collins, in Salisbury; and by the booksellers of Oxford, and Cambridge. [1760]. 108p.,plate.

A description of the civill warres of England
Speed, John
(London). 1600. 1 v.

A description of the coasts of East Africa and Malabar: in the beginning of the sixteenth century
Barbosa, Duarte ; Stanley of Alderley, Henry Edward John Stanley, 3d baron
London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society. (1866). xi, 336 p., plates.

A description of the coasts of East Africa and Malabar in the beginning of the sixteenth century
Barbosa, Duarte ; Stanley, Henry Edward John
New York. Johnson. 1970.

A description of the collection of ancient marbles in the British Museum: with engravings
British Museum
London. British Museum. 1812.

A description of the collection of ancient terracottas in the British Museum: with engravings
Combe, Taylor
London. Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. 1810. vii, (1), 39 p.

A description of the College Board Achievement Tests
College Entrance Examination Board
[Princeton]. College Entrance Examination Board. c1963. 120p.

A description of the collegiate church and choir of St. Mary, Warwick and the Beauchamp chapel adjoining thereto
Warwick. Henry T. Cooke. 1841. 26 p.

A description of the Colosseum: as re-opened in M.DCCC.XLV. under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, and H.R.H. Prince Albert.With numerous illustrations, and eight coloured sections of the panorama of London, embossed by messrs. Dobbs, Bailey, & Co. This catalogue has been prepared for the proprietor by messrs. Kronheim and Skirving, engravers and designers, andthe illustrations and letter-press are printed from stereotype plates cast by the patent process of messrs. Kronheim & Co., 3, Earl-street, Blackfriars
London. Printed by J. Wertheimer and Co. 1845. 24 p., (22) plates.

A description of the Colosseum: as re-opened in MDCCCXLV
London. The Proprietors. 1846. 24 p., (14) plates.

A description of the condition and manners as well as of the moral and political character, education, &c. of the peasantry of Ireland, such as they were between the years 1780 & 1790, when Ireland was supposed to have arrived at its highest degree of prosperity and happiness
Bell, Robert
London. Printed for the author by Charles Barber. 1804. [4],43p.

A description of the correct method of waltzing: the truly fashionable species of dancing
Wilson, Thomas
London. Sherwood, Neely and Jones. 1816. 2 p.l., ii-lxi, (62)-113 numb. l.

A description of the costly and curious military carriage of the late Emperor of France, taken on the evening of the Battle of Waterloo: with its superb and curious contents, as purchased by government, and now exhibiting (by permission) at the London Museum, Piccadilly : with the circumstances of the capture, accurately described by Major Baron Von Keller, by whom it was taken and brought to England
London. Printed for the proprietor William Bullock. 1816. 20 p.

A Description of the Country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester
Aiken, J. M.D
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1795. 624p.

A description of the country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester
Aikin, John
London. Stockdale. 1795. xiv,9-624p.,73 plates.

A description of the country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester
Aikin, John
New York. Kelley. 1968. xvi,624p.,63 leaves of plates.

A Description of the county of Middlesex: containing a circumstantial account of its public buildings, seats of the nobility and gentry, places of resort and entertainment ... the whole forming a complete guide
London. printed for R. Snagg. 1775. iv, 199 p.

A description of the crimes and horror in ... Warburton's private mad-house at Hoxton, commonly called Whitmore house
Mitford, John ; Warburton, Thomas
London. Berbow. (c1820). iv, 22 p.

A description of the Dartford skull discovered by: W.M. Newton in the figure stone pit
Keith, Arthur
(London. 1910). (3) p., 3 plates.

A description of the differential expansive pumping engine: giving practical examples of engines at work
Davey, Henry
London. Spon. 1880.

A description of the dipleidoscope, or, Double-reflecting meridian and altitude instrument with: instructions for ... using it in the conection of time-keepers
Dent, Edward John
London. The Author. 1843. 24 p.

A description of the dipleidoscope, or, Portable reflecting transit instrument
Dent, Edward John
London. Dent. 1875. 28 p., 1 plate.

A description of the dreadful fire of London, in ... 1666: (with an account of the erection of the Monument)
London. 1683. 1 sheet.

A description of the Dublin Corportation Water Works
Neville, Parke
Dublin. Printed for the author by John Falconer. 1875. 30p.

A description of the Duke's Bagnio, and of the mineral bath and new spaw thereunto belonging: With an account of the ... medicinal vertues of the spaw
Haworth, Samuel
London. Sam. Smith. 1683. 117 p.

A description of the East: and some other countries
Pococke, Richard
London. Printed for the author. 1743-45. 2 v., plates.

A description of the ELAN computer code
Maunders, E J
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. 1966. 19p.

A description of the Emperor of Austria's salt mine, at Wieliczka, in Galicia: also, a description of the ... chambers in this ... mine ... as they are ... represented by a model ... now ... at the Royal Harmonic Institution, Argyll rooms
Kopelent, F. J
London. Printed by Limbird. (1820?). 8 p.

A description of the English lakes
Martineau, Harriet ; Linton, W. J ; Banks, W ; Aspland, L
London. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co. [1858?]. ii,173,iii p.,[6]leaves of plates.

A description of the engravings of the River Thames and Port of London presented to Her MajestyQueen Elizabeth II on the occasion of her visit to the Port of London to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Port of London Authority
Stewart, Bertram ; Elizabeth
[London]. Port of London Authority. 1959. (78) p.

A description of the Exchange of Bristol: wherein the ceremony of laying the first stone of the structure; together with that of opening the building for publick use is particularly recited
Wood, John
Bath. Kingsmead Press. 1969. 36p.

A description of the exchange of Bristol: wherein the ceremony of Laying the first stone of that structure; together with that of opening the building for publick use, is particularly recited
Wood, John
Bath. Printed in the year 1745. 1745. 36p.

A description of the excitation andrecording equipment used for flight flutter tests on a Meteor 8 and! , Comparative flight flutter tests using the 'decaying oscillation' and 'amplitude response techniques
H.M.S.O. 1962. 32p.,ill.,28cm.

A description of the extensions to the Central Library, together witha record of its growth from 1879
Chesterfield. Borough of Chesterfield. 1939.

A description of the facilities for teaching and research provided in the University Hospital of Wales for the Welsh National School of Medicine
Cardiff. Welsh National School of Medicine. 1966.

A description of the Ferranti Mercury computer with ancillary equipment
London. Ferranti. 1958.

A description of the Ferranti Pegasus 2 computer system
London. Ferranti. 1960. 32p.

A description of the fifteenth century Scots dialect of Robert Henryson based on a complete concordance of his works
Proctor, J. W
University Microfilms. 1966.

A description of the first discoveries of the antient city of Herculaneum: found near Portici, a seat ofHis Majesty the King of the Two Sicilies
Venuti, Niccolo Marcello
London. printed by and for Geo. Woodfall. [1750].

A description of the five orders of columnes and tearms of architecture
Bloome, Hans
Farnborough. Gregg. 1967.

A description of the Freedom Box voted by the City of London to the Hon. Augustus Keppel, Admiral of the Blue ... To which is prefixed a succinct account of his public services
Charron, Wm
London. for the artist. (1779). vi, 22 p., plates.

A description of the French Passive for non-native speakers
Giles, Colin David
Birmingham. University of Aston in Birmingham.Department of Modeen Languages. 1978.

A description of the gardens of Lord Viscount Cobham: at Stow in Buckinghamshire
(Seeley, B )
Northampton. Printed by W. Dicey: and sold by B. Seeley, writing-master, bookseller and stationer, in Buckingham; and Messrs. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London. MD. CC. XLVIII. 26 p., plates.

A description of the genus Pinus: also descriptions of many other new species of the family of Coniferae
Lambert, Aylmer Bourke
London. Weddell. 1832. viii,183p.

A description of the grand organ in the Town Hall Leeds: built by Messrs. Gray & Davison, London
London. 1870.

A description of the Great Bible, 1539: and the six editions of Cranmera's Bible, 1540 and 1541, printed by Grafton and Whitchurch: also of the editions, in large folio, of the authorized version of the Holy Scriptures, printed in the years 1611, 1613, 1617, 1634, 1640
Fry, Francis
London. Willis and Sotheran; (etc., etc.). 1865. viii, 41, (29) p., 53 plates.

A description of the Great Britain steam ship: ... with remarks on the comparative merits of iron and wood as materials for ship building
Claxton, Christopher
Bristol. John Taylor. 1845. 16p.

A description of the Great Oak in Salcey Forest, in the County of Northampton: illustrated by two views
Rooke, H
Nottingham. S. Tupman. 1797.

A description of the hand-press in the Department of English at University College, London
Smith, A. H
London. 1934.

A description of the high peak of Derbyshire: together with an account of Poole's Hole, and some other remarkable places, hitherto called the Wonders of that county : Extracted from a Tour through parts of England, Scotland, and Wales
Sullivan, Richard Joseph
Manchester. printed by C. Wheeler. 1788. 27p.

A description of the high stream of Arundel: the heads and risings thereof; the sundry kinds of fishes therein in their several haunts, the fishermen, and their care and service in preserving the fish in roading time; the swans and eyries, and other fowl in their several limits; the water bailiff of the aforesaid high stream in Arundel Rape, hisfees, dues, and duties
Fowler, Joseph
Hertford. Printed for the Nature and Archaeology Circle, by Simson & Co., Ltd. 1929. 71 p.

A description of the high stream of Arundel, the heads and risings thereof: the sundry kinds of fishes therein in their several haunts The fishermen, and their care and service in preservingthe fish in roading time the swans and eyries, and other fowl in their several limits the water bailiff of the afore said high stream in Arundel Rape, his fees, dues, and duties
Fowler, Joseph
Hertford. Simson for the Nature and Archaeology Circle, Littlehampton. 1929.

A description of the historic monuments of Cyprus: studies in the archaeology and architecture of the island
Jeffery, George
London. Zeno. 1983. 445p.

A description of the historic monuments of Cyprus: studies in the archaeology and architecture ofthe island, with illustrations from measured drawings and photographs
Jeffery, George
Nicosia. William James Archer, Government printer. 1918.

A description of the ... hospital: with a short account of the establishment of theRoyal naval asylum
(London. The Hospital). 1817. 60 p.

A description of the ... hospital ... At Greenwich
(London. The Hospital). 1830. 34 p.

A description of the ... hospital ... with a short account of ... the Chest at Greenwich and the Royal Naval Asylum
(London). The Hospital. 1808. 48 p.

A description of the human body: its structure & functions, illustrated by nine physiological diagrams, containing 193 coloured figures, designed for the use of teachers in schools, and young men destined for the medical profesion, and for popular instructions generally
Marshall, John
London. Published by Day & Son, lithographers to the Queen. (1860). x, 260p.

A description of the human eye and its adjacent parts, together with their principal diseases andthe methods proposed for relieving them
Warner, Joseph
London. for Lockyer Davis. 1775.

A description of the Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory: its work and products
Holmes, John Dalrymple Edgar
Calcutta. Supt. Govt. Print., India. 1913. 47 p.

A description of the India-house, with an account of the foundation and progress of the East-India company
Brewer, J. N
(London. William Gilling. 1821). (20) p.

A description of the Indian system of arranged marriages with special reference to Indians living in Britain
Joshi, Rama Rani
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1978.

A description of the influenza: with its distinction and method of cure
Hamilton, Robert
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1782. 31 p.

A description of the insects of North America
Say, Thomas ; Le Conte, John ; Ord, George
New York. J.W. Bouton. 1869. 2 v.

A description of the Isle of Man: with useful and entertaining reflections on the laws, customs and manners of the inhabitants
Waldron, George ; Harrison, William
Douglas. Printed for the Manx society. 1865. xxiii p., 1 l., ii, 155 p.

A description of the Isle of Thanet: and particularly of the town of Margate : with an account of the accommodations provided there for strangers ... with a description of Sandwich, Deal, Dover, Canterbury, Rochester, Chatham, ... : the whole illustrated with a correct map of the island, ... and a representation of the machines for bathing
T. G
London. printed for J. Newbery and W. Bristow. 1763. [2],71,[1]p.,plates.

A description of the ivories ancient and Medieval in the South Kensington Museum
Maskell, William
London. Chapman and Hall for the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education. 1872.

A description of the Kingdom of New Spain
O'Crouley, P. A ; Galvin, S
Figgis. 1972.

A description of the King's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea prisons
London. McShee. 1828. 24 p., 2 plates.

A description of the King's Bench Prison: being a brief review of its constitution, the prison itself, the rules thereof, the day rules, the orders and regulations of the Court, and containing all such other material to be known to all persons in custody of the Marshal
London. McShee. 1823. 24 p., 2 plates.

A description of the King's royal palace and gardens at Loo: Together with a short account of Holland. In which there are some observations relating to their diseases
Harris, Walter
London. Printed by R. Roberts and sold by J. Nutt. 1699. [8],72p.

A description of the lakes 1822
Wordsworth, William
Oxford. Woodstock. 1991. iv,156p.

A description of the large scale maps of Great Britain produced and published by the Ordnance Survey: with specimens, symbol sheet and diagrams
Southampton. Ordnance Survey. [193-?].

A description of the machine for the fireworks: to be exhibited in St. James's park ... April 27, 1749, on account of the general peace, signed at Aix La Chapelle
London. printed by Bowyer. 1749. 16p.

A description of the machine for the fireworks, with all its ornaments: and a detailof the manner in which they are to be exhibited in St. James's Park, Thursday, April 27, 1749, on account of the general peace signed at Aix La Chapelle, October 7, 1748
Ruggieri, Gaetano
London. Printed by W. Bowyer, sold by R. Dodsley ... and M. Cooper. 1749. 8 p.

A description of the Manly engine
Langley, S. P ; Manly, Charles Matthews
New York City. Society of Automotive Engineers. (1942). xvi p., 1 l., 123-127, (6), 218-254 p., 1 l. incl. front (p.ort.) 1 illus. p.l. 77-84.

[Northern antiquities: Or,] A Description of the Manners, Customs, &c. of the Ancient Danes and other Northern Nations
Mallet, Paul Henri ; Percy, Thomas
415 p.

A description of the Market House at Rothwell, Northamptonshire: With some account of the probable reasons which led to its non-completion
Chamberlain, Alfred
Rothwell. Edward Chamberlain. 1888. 16p.

A description of the Market House at Rothwell, Northamptonshire, with some account of the probable reasons which led to its non-completion
Chamberlain, Alfred
Rothwell. E. Chamberlain. 1888.

A description of the McCarthy surgical unit: Type 504-A : a precision instrument for medical and surgical diathermy
New York. Comprex Oscillator Corp. c1931. 24p.

A description of the memorable sieges and battles in the north of England that happened during the Civil War in 1642, 1643 etc: chiefly contained in memoirs of General Fairfax and James, Earl of Derby
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
Bolton. [s.n.]. 1786.