A description of the Merrymount Press, 232 Summer Street, Boston
Boston. 1921.

A description of the Merrymount Press, Boston: 1893-1913
Updike, Daniel Berkeley
Boston. 1913.

A description of the metropolitan meat & poultry market, Smithfield: erected by the Corporation of London ... inaugurated ... 24th November, 1868
(London. printed by Kell Brothers. 1868). 13 p.

A description of the model of Roman London
Lowther, A. W. G
[London?]. [s.n.]. [between 1940 and 1971]. 10p.

A description of the ... model of ... Sebastopol
London. Printed by Peel. 1855. 16 p.

A description of the monument: erected in commemoration of the dreadful fire of London in the year 1666
[London]. Printed by J. King for the Keeper of the Monument. 1835. 24p., [1]p. of plates.

A description of the monuments in Ross Church: with the Latin inscriptions translated and the arms correctly blazoned
Heath, Charles
Monmouth. Charles Heath. 1826.

A description of the movement characteristics of two year old children performing the jump and reach
Poe, Alison
Eugene. Microform Publications, College of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Oregon. 1973. 2 microfiche ((106fr)).

A description of the Mulready Envelope, and of various imitations and caricatures of its design: with an account of other illustrated envelopes of 1840 and following years
Evans, Edward Benjamin
Wakefield. S.R. Publishers. 1970. vi,viii,240p.

A description of the Mulready envelope and of various imitations and caricatures of its design: with an account of other illustrated envelopes of 1840 and following years
Evans, Edward Benjamin
London. S. Gibbons. 1891. viii, 240 p.

A description of the Municipal School of Technology
Manchester. At the School Press. 1902. 27 p.

A description of the narrow gauge railway museum: Wharf Station, Talyllyn Railway, Towyn, Merionethshire, Wales
Boyd, James I. C
[Towyn]. Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Trust. [1967?]. [6p.].

A description of the nature and number of comets, seen within five hundred years, and other remarkable appearances
Williams, J
Birmingham. Printed and published by R. Peart. 1811.

A description of the new administrative offices of the underground group of companies: 55 Broadway S.W.1
[England?]. Asssociated Design Consultants. [19--]. 15,[1]p.

A description of the new building in Store Street opened by Her Majesty the Queen on March 18th 1966
London. National Central Library. 1966. 22p.,ill.,26cm.

A description of the new docks, at Great Grimsby, situate at the mouth of the great estuary of the Humber: and of the Manchester, Sheffield, & Lincolnshire railway, and other railways in direct connection. With a plan of the docks, and a map of the railways in connection
Blacklock, Henry
Manchester. published for the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company, by Bradshaw and Blacklock, 47, Brown street, Manchester. [1850]. 24p.

A description of the New Netherlands
Donck, Adriaen van der ; O'Donnell, Thomas F
Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse University Press. 1968.

A description of the new palace of Westminster
London. Warrington. 1849. 24 p., plates.

A description of the New York Central Park
Cook, Clarence C
New York. Blom. 1972.

A description of the Office of Credit: by the use of which, none can possibbly (!) sustain loss, but every man may certainly receive great gain and wealth. With a plain demontration (!), how a man may trade for six times his stock ... With divers other publick and paivate (!) conveniences and profits
London. Printed by the order of the Society, for Thomas Rooks. 1665. 26 p.

A description of the Ordnance maps of Northern Ireland
Belfast. Ministry of Finance. (1959). v, 21 p.

A description of the Ordnance Survey Large scale plans
Chessington. Ordnance Survey. 1954. vi,22p.

A description of the paintings in the debating room of the Oxford Union Society compiled from various sources
Sidebotham, John Samuel
Oxford. T and G. Shrimpton. 1859.

A description of the part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy: its natural history, manners, customs, superstitions, scenery, antiquities, biography of eminent persons, &c. &c. in a series of letters to Robert Southey, esq
Bray, Anna Eliza Kempe Stothard
London. J. Murray. 1836. 3 v.

A description of the patent perpendicular lift, erected on the Worcester and Birmingham canal at Tardebig, near Bromsgrove: in a letter to a friend
Smith, Edward
Birmingham. printed by J. Orton Smith for W.H. Smith. [1810].

A description of the Patent rolls in the Tower of London: to which is added An itinerary of King John, with prefatory observations
Hardy, Thomas Duffus
(London. Printed by G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode). 1835. 180, (83) p.

A description of the Patent Rolls in the Tower of London; to which is added an itinerary of King John, withprefatory observations
Hardy, Thomas Duffus
London. [printed by G. Eyre and A. Spottiswoode]. 1835.

A description of the peritonaeum, and of that part of the membrana cellularis which lies on its outside: with an account of the true situation of all the abdominal viscera, in respect of these two membranes
Douglas, James
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1730. vii, 47 p.

A description of the ... pictorial model of London ... previous to ... 1666: exhibiting at the Royal SurreyZoological Gardens
Foster, Sidney
London. printed by Peel. (1844). 40 p.

A description of the pictures, statues, busto's basso-relievo's, and other curiosities at the Earl of Pembroke's house at Wilton
Cowdry, Richard ; Pembroke, Thomas Herbert ; Pembroke, Thomas Herbert
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Robinson [etc.]. 1751. [6], 118 p.

A description of the PISC project
Luxembourg. Commission of the European Communities. 1979.

A description of the plan and details of this work
London. Constable. (1906). 46 p.

A description of the planes of fascia of the human body: with special reference to the fascia of the abdomen, pelvis and perineum
Gallaudet, Bern Budd
New York. Columbia University Press. 1931. 75 p.

A description of the portraits and busts in the Guildhall, Bath: with an appendix describing the Corporation plate byFredk. D. Wardle
Farwell, F. G
Bath. William Lewis. 1907.

A description of the preparations contained in the museum
London. (TheHospital). 1831. (209) p.

A description of the present state of Samos, Nicaria, Patmos and Mount Athos
Georgeirenes, Ioseph
[Athens?]. [s.n.]. [1967].

A description of the present state of Samos, Nicaria, Patmos, and Mount Athos
Georgirenes, Joseph ; Denton, Henry
London. 1678. p.p. 112 : 8vo.

A description of the present state of the technical and vocational education system in St. Lucia and the problems confronting the system
Sylvester-Fregis, Rosella
2001.

A description of the present system of bank note engraving, showing its tendency to facilitate counterfeiting: to which is added a new method of constructing bank notes to prevent forgery
Ormsby, W. L
New York. W.L. Ormsby. 1852. viii,101p.,(12) leaves of plates.

A description of the principal picturesque beauties, antiquities, and geological ph¿nomena, of the Isle of Wight
Englefield, Henry ; Webster, Thomas
London. Printed by W. Bulmer for Payne and Foss. 1816. vi, 238, xxvii p., 52 plates.

A description of the prison at Wormwood Scrubs: with an account of the circumstances attending its erection
Du Cane, Edmund F
London. Printed at H.M. Prison, Wormwood Scrubs. 1887. 9 p.

(A description of the project to rebuild the Globe theatre on its original site)
(London. The Centre. 1987?). (10) p.

A Description of the prosperitie of the United Provinces of the Netherlands
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1979. (31) p.

A description of the qualifications necessary to a Gospel Minister: containing advice to Ministers and Elders, how to conduct themselves in their conversations, and various services, according to their gifts in the church of Christ
Bownas, Samuel ; Hinde, Luke
London. printed by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street. 1750. 112p.

A description of the qualifications necessary to a Gospel minister, containing advice to ministers and elders, how toconduct themselves in their conversations, and various services, according to their gifts in the Church of Christ, with valuable suggestions as to the relative duty of all the living members of the Church in reference to these important offices: to which is added an appendix, consisting of the minutes, advices, queries, etc., relating to the conduct of ministers and elders, issued by the London Yearly Meeting
Bownas, Samuel
London. W. & F.G. Cash. 1853.

A description of the red oxyd of copper, the production of Cornwall, and of the varieties in the form of its crystal: with observations on the lodes which principally produced it, and on the crystallization of the arseniated iron
Phillips, William
London. Geological Society. 1811. 23-37p.

A description of the regolith at Jabiluka, Northern Territory
Bettenay, E ; Russell, W. G. R ; Mann, A. W
Melbourne. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia. 1981. 10p.

A description of the remains of Roman buildings at Morton: near Brading, Isle of Wight
Price, John Edward ; Price, Frederick George Hilton
London. Printed by J. Davy & sons. 1881. 36 p.

A description of the remains of Roman buildings at Morton, near Brading, Isle of Wight
Price, John E ; Price, F. G. Hilton
London. J. Davy. 1881.

A description of the residence of Sir John Soane, architect
Bolton, Arthur T
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 1930.

A description of the rival lines for an inland navigation from Dublin to the Shannon, with some remarks upon them
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1756. 8p.

A description of the river Thames &c: with the city of London's jurisdiction and conservacy thereof proved, both in point of right and usage, by prescription, charters, acts of Parliament, decrees ... To which is added, A brief description of those fish, with their seasons, spawning-times, &c, that are caught in the Thames, or sold in London ... To which are added rules, orders, and ordinances ... for the more effectual preservation and improvement of the spawn and fry of fish, and for the better regulating the fishery thereof
(Griffiths, Roger) ; Binnell, Robert
London. Printed for T. Longman. 1758. xiv, 269 p. 8 plates.

A description of the River Thames etc: with the City of London's jurisdiction and conservancy thereof proved
Griffiths, Roger
London. Longman. 1758.

A description of the road from London to Bath and Bristol
Trusler, John
London. (The author?). 1797. 46 p.

A description of the role and relevance of in-patient cardiac rehabilitation in patients over 65 years, through an exploration of post-myocardial infarction experiences of patients over 65 years
Sutton, J
Oxford. Oxford Brookes University. 1998.

A description of the Roman tesellated pavement found in Bucklersbury: with observations on analogous discoveries
Price, John Edward
Westminster. printed by Nichols and Sons. 1870.

A description of the Roman tessellated pavement found in Bucklersbury: with observations on analogous discoveries
Price, John Edward
(London). printed by Nichols. 1870. 78 p., plates.

A description of the round-head and rattle-head
Taylor, John
London. Sweeting. 1642. 6 p.

A Description of the royal Chinese junk "Keying"
[U.K.]. [1989?]. 1 microfilm reel.

A description of the Royal Colosseum: re-opened in M.DCCC.XLV., under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen, and H.R.H. Prince Albert, re-embellished in 1848. With numerous illustrations, and eight sections of the grand panorama of Paris by moonlight
Bradwell, William
London. Printed by J. Chisman. 1848. 20 p., (14) plates.

A description of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich
(Greenwich? Eng.). Sold only at the Hospital. 1841. 24 p.

A description of the royal palace and monastery ofSt. Laurence, called the Escurial: and of the chapel royal of the Pantheon
Francisco de los Santos ; Thompson, Charles
London. Printed by D. Leach, for S. Hooper. 1760. xxxvii, 299, xi, 60 p., plates.

A description of the Royal Palace, and monastery of St. Laurence, called the Escurial; and ofthe Chapel Royal of the Pantheon
Francisco de los Santos
London. Printed by Dryden Leach, for S. Hooper. 1760.

A description of the scenery of the lakes in the north ofEngland
Wordsworth, William
London. printed for Longman, Hurst Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1822. iv, 156 p.

A description of the series of medals struck at the National Medal Mint by order of Napoleon Bonaparte, commemorating the most remarkable battles and events during his dynasty
Laskey, J. C
London. Printed for H.R. Young. 1818.

A description of the series of pictures painted by James Barry, esq. and preserved in the Great Room of the Society instituted at London, for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce: To this is added, a short account of some other works of art, with which the room is ornamented
London. printed by W. and C. Spilsbury. 1800. [2],28p.

A description of the Sextry Barn at Ely, lately demolished
Willis, Robert
Cambridge, Eng. Deighton. 1843. 8 p., 4 plates.

A description of the Shetland Islands: comprising an account of their geology, scenery, antiquities, and superstitions
Hibbert, Samuel
Edinburgh. printed for Archibald Constable and Co. 1822. xviii, 616 p., 8 leaves of plates (some folded).

A description of the skeleton of the fossil deer of Ireland, Cervus megaceros: drawn up at the instance of the Committee of Natural Philosophy of the Royal Dublin Society
Hart, John ; Royal Dublin Society
Dublin. Royal Dublin Society. 1825. 31 p.

A description of the skeleton of the fossil deer of Ireland, cervus megaceros: drawn up at the instance of the Committee of Natural Philosophy of the Royal Dublin Society
Hart, John
Dublin. R. Graisberry, printer to the Royal Dublin Society. 1830. 36 p., [2] leaves of plates (incl. front.).

A description of the sketch-book by Sir Anthony Van Dyck used by him in Italy, 1621-1627 and preserved in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire, K.G. at Chatsworth
Cust, Lionel ; Dyck, Anthony van
London. George Bell. 1902.

A description of the small scale Ordnance Survey maps with specimens & indexes
Southampton. Ordnance Survey Office. [1930].

A description of the soil-geology of Ireland: based upon geological survey maps and records, with notes on climate
Kilroe, James R
Dublin. Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by A. Thom & Co. 1907. 300 p.

A description of the soils on the CSIRO Pastoral Research Laboratory property, Chiswick, Armidale, N.S.W
Schafer, B. M
Melbourne. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia. 1980. 33p.

A description of the stained glass windows in the new hall of the Worshipful Company of Butchers, Bartholomew Close, E.C
(London. The Firm. 1885). 8 p.

A description of the temples
(London. H. Reynell. 18--?). 11 p.

A description of the text data base system TDBS
Lotstrom, M
Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology Library. 1982.

A description of the text data base system TDBS
Lo˜fstro˜m, Mats
Stockholm. Royal Institute of Technology Library. 1982. 28 p.

A description of the town of Ludlow, with an historical account of the castle: or, Informing and useful companion for the residents and visitants of this ancient, increasing, and elegant town
Ludlow. Printed and sold by W. Felton. 1811.

A description of the Trajan column
Pollen, John Hungerford
London. Eyre & Spottiswode. 1874.

A description of the Ukamba Province, East Africa Protectorate, and its progress under British administration
Ainsworth, John
[S.l. s.n. 1900?]. p. 178-196.

A description of the undertaking
[London]. [Thames Water Authority]. 1975.

A description of the unique exhibition called Ancient Mexico: collected on the spot in 1823, by the assistance of the Mexican government, and now open for public inspection at the Egyptian hall, Piccadilly
Bullock, William
London. Printed for the proprietor (J. Bullock, printer). 1824. 50 p. plates.

A description of the university, town and county of Cambridge: containing an account of the colleges, churches, and public buildings, and their founders, benefactors, eminent men, libraries, pictures and curiosities
Cambridge. Printed by J. Burges. 1796. iv, 166 p., plates.

A description of the view of Berlin exhibiting in Barker's Panorama, Strand
Barker, Henry Aston
(London). printed by Adlard. (1814). 12 p.

A description of the villa of Horace Walpole ... at Strawberry Hill, near Twickenham: with an inventory of the furniture, pictures, curiosities, &c
Walpole, Horace
Strawberry Hill. Printed by Thomas Kirgate. 1774.

A description of the villa of Mr. Horace Walpole: youngest son of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, at Strawberry-Hill near Twickenham, Middlesex
Walpole, Horace
(London). Gregg Press. (1964). 96 p.

A description of the villa of Mr. Horace Walpole, youngest son of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, at Strawberry-Hill near Twickenham, Middlesex: with an inventory of the furniture, pictures, curiositi, etc
Walpole, Horace
London. Gregg Press. 1964. 96p.,ill.,27cm.

A description of the warres in Flaunders
Churchyard, Thomas
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. 72 p.

A Description of the water supply on Jersey supply on Jersey: the largest of the Channel Islands
Jersey. Creative Channel. 2000. 1 Videocassette.

A description of the western islands of Scotland
Martin, Martin ; Monro, Donald ; Macleod, D. J
Edinburgh. Birlinn. 1994. 540p.

A description of the Western Islands of Scotland
Martin, Martin
Edinburgh. Mercat Press. 1970. xxxii,392p.p., folded p.lan.

A description of the Western Islands of Scotland
Martin, Martin
London. Printed for A. Bell, T. Vernam and J. Osborn; W. Taylor, and J. Baker and T. Waener. 1716. 392 p.

A description of the Western islands of Scotland, circa 1695
Martin, Martin ; Monro, Donald ; Macleod, Donald James
Stirling. E. Mackay. (1934). 2 p. l., (9)-540 p. incl. facsim.

A description of the Western islands of Scotland, circa 1695
Martin, Martin
Thomas D. Morison. 1884. xxxv ,392p.

A description of the western islands of Scotland, including the Isle of Man: comprising an account of their geological structure with remarks on their agriculture, scenery, and antiquities
MacCulloch, John
Edinburgh. Archibald Constable. 1819. 3 v.

A description of the Western Isles of Scotland called Hebrides: with genealogies of the chief clans of the isles
Monro, Donald
Glasgow. T. D. Morison. 1884. 68p.

A description of the Westminster tobacco box, the property of the Past Overseers' Society of St. Margaret and St. John the Evangelist, Westminster
London. (Waterlow and sons limited. 1887). 2 v. in 1.

(A description of the window panels of the Institute library)
London. (The Institute. 1951). (9) p.

A description of the Wordsworth and Coleridge manuscripts in the possession of Mr. T. Norton Longman: wWith three facsimile reproductions
White, William Hale ; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor ; Longman, Thomas Norton ; Wordsworth, William1770-1850
London . Longmans, Green, and co. 1897. 72p.

(A description of the work of the community project which is based in Kentish Town, London)
(London. The Project. 1978). 20 p.

A description of the work of the Guild of Handicraft
Ashbee, C. R
London. 1902.

A description of the work of the Manchester Art Museum, Ancoats Hall, Great Ancoats Street
Horsfall, Thomas Coglan
[Manchester. Manchester Art Museum. 1895]. 58p.

A description of the works of art forming the collection of Alfred de Rothschild. The photographs by J. Thompson
Rothschild, Alfred Charles de ; Davis, Charles
London. (Chiswick Press). 1884. 2 v.

A description of the works of the ingenious delineator and engraver Wenceslaus Hollar: disposed into classes of different sorts; with some account of his life
Vertue, George
London. Printed for the editor G.V. 1745. vi, 136 p.

A description of the works of the ingenious delineator and engraver Wenceslaus Hollar: disposed into classes of different sorts; with some account of his life
Vertue, George
London. W. Bathoe. 1759. vi, 151 p.

A description of three ancient ornamented bricks: found at different periods, in London and Gravesend
Cruden, R. P
London. The Author. 1825. 32 p., plates.

A description of three hundred animals
Boreman, T
Johnson Reprint Corporation. 1968.

A description of three hundred animals, viz. beasts, birds, fishes, serpents, and insects: with a particular account of the manner of their catching whales in Greenland
Boreman, Thomas
London. J.F. and C. Rivington [etc]. 1786.

A description of two methods by which the irregularities in the motion of a clock: arising from the influence of heat and cold upon the rod of the pendulum, may be prevented ... read at the Royal Society, June 4, 1752
Ellicott, John
London. Willock. 1753. vii, 60p., plates.

A description of ventilators: whereby ... fresh air may ... be conveyed into mines, goals [sic], hospitals, work-houses andships
Hales, S
W. Innys. 1743.

A description of ventilators: whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines
Hales, Stephen
New York. Readex Microprint. 1970. 2 microop.aques.

A description of ventilators whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, goals, hospitals, work-houses and ships in exchange for their noxious air
Hales, Stephen
London. Printed for W. Immys: R. Manby: T.Woodward. 1743.

A description of Westley and Clark's bookbinding establishment
London. [ca. 1840].

A description of Westminster Bridge: to which are added an account of the methods made use of in laying the foundations of its piers and an answer to the chief objections that have been made thereto : with an appendix containing several particulars relating to the said bridge or to the history of the building thereof as also its geometrical plans and the elevation of one of the fronts as it is finished, correctly engraven on two large copper-plates
Labelye, Charles
London. Printed by W. Strahan for the author. 1751. (4), iv, 119,(1) p., (2) folded leaves of plates.

A description or breife declaration of all the ancient monuments, rites, and customes belonginge or beinge within the monastical church of Durham before the suppression
Bates, George ; Raine, James
London. J.B. Nichols and Son. [1842].

A description & plat of the sea-coasts of England: from London, up all the river ... Thames, all along the coasts to ... the Orchades, and Hitland
London. Jenner. 1653. 45 p.

A description, with notes, of certain methods of planting, training and managing all kinds of fruit-trees, vines &c
Le Brocq, Philip
London. Printed for the Author. 1786. 43p.

A description with plates of the timekeeper invented by the late Mr. Thomas Mudge: to which is prefixed a narrative, by Thomas Mudge, his son (1799)
Mudge, Thomas
London . Turner & Devereux. 1977. cli, 176 p.

A description, with plates, of the timekeeper invented by the late Mr. Thomas Mudge
Mudge, Thomas
London. Printed for the author. 1799. (10) cli, 176 p., plates.

A descriptive account of a descent made into Penpark-Hole, in the parish of Westbury-upon-Trym
Catcott, George Symes
Bristol. Printed by J.Rudhall. 1792. 51p.

A descriptive account of a series of pictures, representing ... battles fought by the French armies in Egypt, Itlay, Germany and Spain ... 1792 ... (to) ... 1812, painted by ... Baron Le Jeune
Le Jeune, Louis Francʹois
(London). Egyptian Hall. 1828. 28 p.

A descriptive account of Assam: with a sketch of the local geography, and a concise history of the tea-plant ofAsam : to which is added a short account of the neighbouring tribes, exhibiting their history, manners and customs
Robinson, William
Delhi. Sanskaran Prakashak. 1975.

A Descriptive account of Brimham rocks: in the West Riding of Yorkshire
Ripon. A. Johnson. 1857. 24p.

A descriptive account of East Hendred
Manley, Edwin Robert
Wantage. The Author. 1969. (7),89p.,14plates(1 fold).

A descriptive account of Haughmond Abbey, Salop
Pidgeon, Henry
Shrewsbury. Adnitt and Naunton. 1872.

A descriptive account of Roman pottery sites at Sloden and Black Heath Meadow, Linwood, New Forest: with plans of the kilns, and illustrations of the ware
Sumner, Heywood
London. Chiswick Press. 1921. 45 p., [13] leaves of plates (inc. front.).

A descriptive account of Sir Christopher Wren's church of St. Anne and St. Agnes with St. John Zachary: (ina lecture by S. Buss, February 17th, 1909
Buss, Septimus
(London). Pegg. 1929. 8 p.