A dedicated wheelchair: the story of missionary Michael Warburton
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A dedication: [for] piano
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A deduction model of belief
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A deductive theory of space and time
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A deed of blood: In memory of James Fitzmaurice, a boycotted Irish farmer, who was brutally murdered onthe country wayside in Kerry, in the cold grey dawn of morning on the 31st January, 1888, in his 68th year
(Dublin. Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union. 1888?). 16 p.
A Deed of church order of the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas
London. Waterlow & Sons. 1967. 21p.
(A deed of conveyance by Johnson, Jackson and Hemming to John Greene of Clement's Inn, andMathew Morrys of Stratford upon Avon, of Shakespeare's house at Blackfriars, dated 10th February, 1617)
(Washington, DC. Folger Library. 195-?). 4 p.hotograp.hs.
"A deed of love": a study of the early years of Sir Josiah Mason's orphanage at Erdington
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A deed relating to the partition of the property of St. James's Priory, Bristol
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [1898?]. 30p.
A deed without a name
London. Hutchinson. .
A Deed without a name: the witch in society and history
Oxford. Berg. 1995. xi,232p.
A dee-jay explosion: inna dance hall style
Heartbeat. 1 cassette.
A Dee-jay explosion inna dance hall style
Heart Beat. 1 disc.
A Dee-jay explosion, vol.2: special request and popular demand
Heartbeat. 1 cassette.
A deep and dreamless sleep
New York. St. Martin's Press. 1996.
A Deep cry: a literary pilgrimage to the battlefields and cemeteries of First World War British soldier-poets killed in Northern France and Flanders
Aberporth. Palladour. 1993. xxi,470p.
A deep cry: First World War soldier-poets killed in France and Flanders
Stroud, Gloucestershire. Sutton Publishing. 1998. xxi, 470 p.
A deep deceit
London. Arrow. 2001. 369p.
A deep deceit
London. Heinemann. 2000. 292p.
A deepe coffyn
London. Headline. 1992. 219p.
A deeper dimension
London. Mills & Boon. 1983. 189p.
A deeper hunger
New York. Leisure Books. 1994. 362p.
A deeper quest
London. Hale. 1987. 158p.
A deeper shade of blue
London. Hodder & Stoughton. 2003. 384 p.
A deeper shade of grace
Milton Keynes. Nelson Word. 1993. 155p.
A deeper silence: the hidden origins of the United Irish Movement
Stewart, A. T. Q
London. Faber and Faber. 1993. xii, 225p.
A deeper silence: the hidden origins of the United Irishmen
Stewart, A. T. Q
Belfast. Blackstaff Press. 1998. xii, 225p.
A deepness in the sky
London. Millennium. 1999. 606p.
A deep shade of green
Cream/Hi Records. 1996. 3 compact discs.
A deep song: for double bass and piano
London. Yorke. 1969.
A deer from the hill
London. Hodder Children's. 1999. 96p.
A default logic approach to the derivation of natural language presuppositions
Mercer, Robert Ernest
Vancouver. University of British Columbia. 1987.
A defector in place
Tolliver, Kenneth R
[United States?]. 1st Books. c2002. iv, 420 p.
A defence against the temptation to self-murther: Together with some reflections on excess in strong liquors, duelling, and other practices akin to this henious sin
Dublin. Ewing. 1737. 100 p.
A defence and a definition of verbal inspiration
London. Gay & Bird. [ca. 1890]. 39 p.
A defence and substance of the trial of John Donnellan, Esq., who was convicted for the murder of Sir Theodosius Boughton, Bart. at the Assizes held at Warwick, on Friday the 30th of March 1781, before the Hon. Francis Buller, Esq; one of His Majesty's Justices of the Court of King's-Bench. Founded on the case solemnly attested by the sufferer
Donellan, John ; Boughton, Theodosius Edward Allesley
London. printed for John Bell. 1781.
A defence and substance of the trial of John Donnellan, Esq; who was convicted for the murder of Sir Theodosius Boughton, Bart. at the Assizes held at Warwick, on Friday the 30th of March 1781, before the Hon. Francis Buller, Esq. one of His Majesty's Justices of the Court of King's-Bench. Founded on the case solemnly attested by the sufferer after his conviction
London. printed for John Bell. 1781.
A defence and vindication of the right of tithes, against sundry late scandalous pamphlets: shewing, the lawfullnesse of them, and the just remedy in law for them, as well in London as elsewhere
London. Printed by George Miller. 1646.
A defence by J. K. L. of his vindication of the religious and civil principles of the Irish Catholics
J. K. L
Dublin. Printed by Richard Coyne. 1824. 120p.
A defence, delivered at Warwick, Third of August, 1820, by Major Cartwright, indicted, in his eightieth year, for a conspiracy against the constitution
London. Printed by G. Woodfall. 1831.
A defence for Britain
London. Published by the Liberal Publications Department on behalf of the Unservile State Group. . 24p.
A defence of a book, intitled, The belief of a future state prov'd to be a fundamental article of the religion of the Hebrews, & c: occasion'd by some immoral reflections on the author and his writings, contained in the second part of Mr. Warburton's Remarks, & c
London. Printed for John Noon. 1746.
A defence of a book [by Charles Leslie] intituled, The snake in the grass
London. 1700. p.p. 209 [error for 241], 93 : 8vo.
A defence of A letter to E.J. Littleton, Esq. M.P. &c. &c
Mine Adventurer of Staffordshire
Birmingham. printed by J. Belcher and Son. .
A defence of Amicia, daughter of Hugh Cyvelick, Earl of Chester: Wherein it is proved that Sir Peter Leicester, Baronet ... hath without any just grounds declared the said Amicia to be a bastard
A defence of An appeal ... relative to a late canvass ... for the office of churchwarden: in answer to A reply
Yockney, Samuel ; Sant, James ; Yockney, William
London. printed by J. Smith. 1807. 45 p.
A defence of aristocracy: a text book for Tories
Ludovici, Anthony M
Boston, Mass. LeRoy Phillips. 1915.
A defence of a treatise, entitled, The Gospel of Christ worthy of all acceptation: containing a reply to Mr. Button's remarks and the observations of Philanthropos
Fuller, Andrew ; Dicey, Thomas ; Buckland ; Matthews ; Socket ; Ash
Northampton. printed by T. Dicey and sold by Buckland, Matthews, Socket and Ash inn London; and Smith, Sheffield. 1787. 89, 113 p.
A defence of Catholic principles: in a letter to a Protestant minister in America
Golitsyn, Dmitrii Dmitrievich
Dublin (5, Fownes's-Street). Printed by G. Crean). 1828. iv,-125,p.
A defence of Christianity: against the work of George B. English, A.M., entitled The grounds of Christianity examined
Boston. Cummings and Hilliard. 1814. xx, 484p.
A defence of Christianity: in two parts : Part I. The law of nature considered ... Part II. The authority and usefulness of revelation and the sacred writings
London. printed for John Ward. 1753. 2 v.
A defence of Christian Liberty; in a letter to the anonymous author of a late pamphlet, entituled, A new Creed considered; or, the Principles of the Belfast-Society, alias the Presbytery of Antrim, lately published by the Revd. Dr. James Kirkpatrick, briefly examined. ...dBy James Kirkpatrick, D.D
Kirkpatrick, James ; Blow, James
Belfast. Printed by JamesBlow. 1743. 102p.
A defence of church government
London. Printed by T.C. for Henry Rockit. 1606.
A defence of classical education
Livingstone, R. W
A defence of cliches
London. Constable. 1985. 184p.
A defence of communism: in reply to H. J. Laski
London. Communist Party of Great Britain. 1927. 96p.
A defence of conservatism: a further text-book for Tories
Ludovici, Anthony M
London. Faber and Gwyer. 1927.
A defence of development economics: inaugural lecture delivered at the college on January 24, 1984
Swansea. University College of Swansea. c1984. 26p.
A defence of dogmatism
London. S.P.C.K. 1965. 131p.,20cm.
A defence of dramatick poetry: being a review of Mr. Collier's View of the immorality and profaneness of the stage
Settle, Elkanah ; Whitlock, Elizabeth ; Filmer, Edward ; Rymer, Thomas
London. printed for Eliz. Whitlock, near Stationer's Hall. 1698. , 118,  p. : 8vo.
A defence of Dr. Price and the reformers of England
London. J.Johnson et al. 1792.
A Defence of English History, against the Misrepresentations of M. de Rapin Thoyras, in his History of England, now publishing Weekly
London. Printed for J. Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces, behind the Chapter-House in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1734. [i], 152 p.
A defence of evangelical theology
Plockton. (the author). (1969?). 271p.
A defence of free learning
Beveridge, William Henry Beveridge
London. Oxford University Press. 1959. xiv, 146p.
A defence of free-thinking in mathematics in answer to a pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis [i.e. James Jurin]
London. for J. Tonson. 1735.
A defence of free-thinking in mathematics, in answer to a pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intituled, Geometry no friend to infidelity, or a defence of Sir Isaac Newton, and the British mathematicians, also an appendix concerning Mr. Walton's Vindication of the principles of fluxions
London. printed for J. Tonson. 1735. 71,p.
A defence of Great Britain, against a charge of tyranny in the government of Ireland
Irishman ; Real Irishman ; Lucius Hibernicus ; Sarsfield ; Talbot, Christopher
Dublin. Printed by C. Talbot, in Parliament-street. 1779. 32p. : 8vo.
A defence of Great Britain, against a charge of tyranny in the government of Ireland, by an Irishman: To which are added, two letters in answer, by Lucius hibernicus and Sarsfield : And a reply, by a real Irishman
Dublin. printed by C. Talbot. 1779. 32p.
A Defence of Her Majesty's Title to the Crown: And A Justification of her Entring into a war with France and Spain : As it was Deliver'd in a Sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford on the 10th Day of June, 1702. Being the Fast Appointed for Imploring a Blessing on Her Majesty and Allies Engag'd in the Present War
London. Printed for Henry Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1710. 24 p.
A defence of history and class consciousness: tailism and the dialectic
London. Verso. 2000. vii,182p.
A defence of idealism: some questions & conclusions
London. Macmillan. 1917.
A defence of infant baptism ... in three letters to ... Mr. Wakefield: in which that gentleman's opinions... are candidly examined and refuted
Glazebrook, James ; Wakefield, Gilbert
Warrington. Johnson. 1781. 100 p.
A defence of iudiciall astrologie
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1977. (14), 551, (51) p.
A defence of joint-stock banks and country issues
A defence of joint stock companies: being an attempt to shew their legality, expediency, and public benefit
London. printed for Longman. Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1808.
A defence of King Charles I. Occasion'd by the lyes & scandals of many bad men of this age
London. printed for Samuel Eddowes. 1692.
A defence of liberalism against politics
Barry, Norman P
[s.l.]. Indian Journal of Political Science. 1980.
A defence of liberty
Esher, Oliver Brett
London. T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1920.
A defence of masochism
London. Faber. 1998. 165p.
A defence of models with Pareto inefficient wage and employment determination
Reading. University of Reading. Department of Economics. 1987.
A defence of moderate non-conformity: in answer to the reflections of Mr Ollyffe and Mr Hoadly, on the tenth chapter of the abridgment of the life of the Reverend Mr Rich. Baxter
Calamy, Edmund ; Ollyffe, John ; Hoadly, Benjamin
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst. 1703. xv, 261 p.
A defence of moderate non-conformity. In answer to the reflections of Mr Ollyffe and Mr Hoadly, on the tenth chapter of the abridgment of the life of the Reverend Mr Rich. Baxter
London. printed for Tho. Parkhurst; J. Robinson; and J. Lawrence. 1703-5.
A defence of M. Perkins booke, called A reformed Catholic against the cavils of a Popish writer, one D.B.P. or W.B. in his deformed Reformation
Wotton, Anthony ; Perkins, William ; Bishop, William
London. Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Cuthbert Burby. 1606.
A defence of Mr. Kenrick's Review of Dr. Johnson's Shakespeare: Containing a number of curious and ludicrous anecdotes of literary biography
London. printed for S. Bladon. 1766. 1 v.
A Defence of Mr. Wollaston's notion of moral good and evil: in answer to a letter in which it is said to be considered and refuted
Bott, Thomas ; Wollaston, William
London. Printed for Joel Stephens. 1725. 15 p.
A defence of natural and revealed religion: being a collection of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle,Esq; (from the year 1691 to the year 1732). With the additions and amendments of the several authors, and general indexes
London. printed for D. Midwinter, R. Willin, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. and J. Pemberton. 1739.
A defence of natural and revealed religion: being an abridgement of the sermons preached at the lecture founded by the Hon[oura]ble Robert Boyle, Esq
Burnet, Gilbert ; Boyle, Robert
London. Printed for Arthur Bettesworth and Charles Hitch. 1737. 4 v.
A defence of particular redemption: wherein the doctrine of the late Mr. Fuller, relative to the atonement of Christ, is tried by the Word of God. In four letters to a Baptist minister
Rushton, William ; Lister, James
London. Hamilton, Adams, and Company. Liverpool: D. Marples and Company. 1839. ,iv,,2-230,p.
A defence of Paul Bassano the surviving patentee: for the importation of fresh salmons and lobsters, &c. by anew invention, which hee ... submitteth to ... Parliament
(London. 1621). (3) l.
A defence of P©Œdobaptism examined: or, animadversions on Dr. Edward William's Antip©Œdobaptism Examined
Booth, Abraham ; Dilly, Charles ; Knott, Thomas
London. printed for the author, and sold by C. Dilly in the Poultry; and T. Knott, Lombard-Street. 1792. ,iv-xii,,2-513,p.
A defence of philosophic doubt: being an essay on the foundations of belief
Balfour, Arthur James Balfour
London. Hodder and Stoughton. .
A defence of philosophy
Lea, F. A
Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1962.
A defence of phonetic spelling: drawn from a history of the English alphabet and orthography : with a remedy for their defects
Latham, Robert Gordon
London. Fred. Pitman. 1872. 142p.
A defence of plays
New York. Garland Pub. 1972. 5, 167 p.
A defence of plays; or, The stage vindicated, from several passages in Mr. Collier's short view, & c: wherein is offer'd the most probable method of reforming our plays. With a consideration how far vicious characters may be allow'd on the stage
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson. 1707.
A defence of poesie and poems
London (etc.). Cassell & Company, Ltd. 1889. 192p.
A defence of poetry, addressed to Henry James Pye, esq: to which is added, a specimen of a new version of Telemachus
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1790. 49,p.
A defence of poetry and other essays
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Belle Fourche. R.A. Kessinger Publishing Company. 2004. 45p.
A defence of poetry, music, and stage-plays
Nedeln, Liechenstein. Kraus Reprint. 1966. lxxvii, 129 p.
A defence of public education
Cadell & Davies. 1802.
A defence of public education addressed to the Most Reverend Bishop of Meath
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1802.
A defence of public education addressed to the most Reverend, the Lord Bishop of Meath
London. printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies. 1802.
A defence of public or social worship: a sermon, preached in the Unitarian Chapel, in Essex-Street, London, on Sunday, December IVMDCCCXCI
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1792.
A defence of religion
Crosskey, Henry W
London. J. Chapman. 1854. 47p.
A defence of reveal'd religion against the exceptions of a late writer: in his book intituled Christianity as old as the creation, &c
London. Printed for S. Wilmot and sold by James and John Knapton (and 9 others). 1732. (7), 467, (5) p.
A defence of reveal'd religion against the exceptions of a late writer, in his book, intituled, Christianity as old as the creation, &c
Conybeare, John ; Tindal, Matthew
London. Printed for S. Wilmot. 1732.
A defence of revealed religion, against the exceptions of a late writer, in hisbook, intituled, "Christianity as old as the creation"
Dublin. Printed for Messrs. Grierson, McKenzie and Moore. 1788. (5), 329 p.
A defence of revelation, in ten letters to Thomas Paine: being an answer to his first part of the Age of reason
London. T. Gillet. 1796. viii, 113p.
A defence of Russia and the Christians of Turkey: including a sketch of the eastern question, from 1686 toSeptember, 1877, with its best solution, "The reconstruction of the Greek empire," and strictures on their opponents, with an original cartoon of the Turkish atrocities, a map of Turkey, and severalcaricatures
London. Chapman & Hall. . vi,257,xii p., folded plate, folded map.
A defence of scripture baptism: in answer to a pamphlet addressed "to those who esteem the essence of religionof more inportance than the forms and ceremonies"
Plymouth. printed by Nettleton. (c1797). 24 p.
A defence of scripture doctrines, as understodd by the Church of England in reply to a pamphlet entitled, "Scripture the only guide to religious truth" ... in a series of letters to Mr. D. Eaton
York. printed by William Blanchard. 1800. iv, 16p.