A discarded brat
McKay, Elizabeth
Inverness (Diriebught Rd., Inverness). Highland Printers. 1980, c1979. 132p.

A discarded defence of Roger Casement
Shaw, Bernard ; Casement, Roger
London. privately printed by Clement Shorter. 1922. 19,[1]p.

A discerning eye: essays on early Italian painting
Offner, Richard ; Ladis, Andrew
University Park . Pennsylvania State University Press. c1998. ix, 310 p.

A discipleof Christ: conversations with Malcolm Muggeridge
Porter, David ; Muggeridge, Malcolm
Basingstoke. Marshalls. 1983. 124p.

A Disciple's Diary
Pixel Multimedia. 1995.

A disciplina do amor: fragmentos
Telles, Lygia Fagundes
Rio de Janeiro. Nova Fronteira. 1980.

A discipline divided: schools and sects in political science
Almond, Gabriel A
Newbury Park . Sage. 1990. 348p.

A discipline for non-violence
Gregg, Richard Bartlett
Wallingford. Pendle Hill. 1939?. 31p.

A discipline of multiprogramming: programming theory for distributed applications
Misra, Jayadev
New York . Springer. c2001. xviii,420p.

A discipline of software engineering
Walraet, Bob
Amsterdam . North-Holland. 1991. xxi,484p.

A disclosure, etc. (Drop title of a work on the situation in Ireland, the introduction signed "J.R." and dated 1838
R., J
Dublin?. 1838). 172 p.

A disclosure of parochial abuse, artifice and peculation in the town of Manchester; which have been the means of burthening the inhabitants with the present enormous parish rates: with other existing impositions of office ... exhibiting the cruel and inhuman conduct of the hireling officers of the town towards the poor: to which is added a book of county rates
Battye, Thomas
Manchester. [s.n.]. 1796.

A disclosure of the hoax practised upon the Stock Exchange, 21st February, 1814: with some remarks on the extraordinary letter of Lord Cochrane to Lord Ellenborough
McRae, Alexander
London. Published for the author by S. Cotterell. 1815.

A discography & bibliography of Anthony Braxton
Wachtmeister, Hans
Stocksund. Blue Anchor Jazz Book Shop. c1982.

A discography of Billie Holiday
Grunnet Jepsen, Jorgen
Copenhagen. Karl Emil Knudsen. [S. a.]. 37 s.

A discography of Dizzy Gillespie
Grunnet Jepsen, Jorgen
Copenhagen. Karl Emil Knudsen. 1969. 2 bd.

A discography of gospel records 1937-1971
Hayes, Cedric J
[Vanloese]. Karl Emil Knudsen. 1973. 116 p.

A discography of Hindustani and Karnatic music
Kinnear, Michael S
Westport . Greenwood. 1985. xix,594p.

A discography of Joan Baez
Schvarz, Verner
Roede Kro. Verner Schvarz. 1977. 119 p.

A discography of Louis Armstrong 1923-1971
Grunnet Jepsen, Jorgen
[Koebenhavn]. Karl Emil Knudsen. 1973. 1 bd (flere p.agineringer).

A discography of Miles Davis
Grunnet Jepsen, Jorgen
Copenhagen. Karl Emil Knudsen. 1969. 40 s.

A discography of Palearctic bird sound recordings
Boswall, Jeffery
London. H.F. & G. Witherby Ltd. 1964.

A discography of Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell
Grunnet Jepsen, Jorgen
Copenhagen. Karl Emil Knudsen. 1969. 44 s.

A discography of treble voice recordings
Laster, James
Metuchen . Scarecrow. 1985. vii,147p.

A discography of Tudor church music
Day, Timothy
London. British Library National Sound Archive. 1989. 317p.

Adi's complete learning pack
Knowledge Adventure. c2001. 2 CD-ROMs.

A discord of trumpets: an autobiography
Cockburn, Claud
New York. Simon and Schuster. 1956. 314p.

A discourse: delivered at a Conversazione given by the Worshipful Company of Pewterers on November 22nd, 1934 at Cutlers Hall London
Englefield, Elsie
(London. Priory Press. 1935). 34, [2]p., [12] leaves of plates.

A discourse
Johns, J
Exeter. Printed by W. Roberts. 1832. 29p.

A discourse: being introductory to his course of lectures on elocution and the English language (1759)
Sheridan, Thomas ; Mohrmann, G. P
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California Press. 1969.

A discourse: wherein is examined, what is particularly lawfull during the confusions and revolutions of government: Or, How farre a man may lawfully conforme to the powers and commands of those who with various successes hold kingdomes divided by civill or forreigne warres ... Likewise, whether the nature of warre be inconsistent with the nature of the Christian religion
Ascham, Antony
London. 1648. 12 p. l., 143 p.

A Discourse about conscience, relating to the present differences among us. In opposition to both extremes of poperyand fanaticism
Crooke, William
London. printed for William Crooke, at the Green Dragon without Temple Bar, next Devereux Court. 1684. 43p.

A discourse about edification: in answer to a question, whether it is lawful for any man toforsake the Communion of the Church of England, and go to the seperate meetings, because he can better edifie there?
Hascard, Gregory ; Collins, Freeman ; J.C ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed by J.C. and Freeman Collins, for Fincham Gardiner at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1684. 28p.

A discourse about the charge of novelty upon the reformed Church of England: made by the Papists asking of us the question, Where was our Religion before Luther?
Hascard, Gregory ; Horne, Robert ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. Printed for Robert Horn at the South entrance of the Royal Exchange, and Fincham Gardiner at the White Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1683. 35p.

A discourse about the state of true happinesse: Delivered in certaine sermons in Oxford, and at Pauls Crosse
Bolton, Robert ; Dawson, John ; Weaver, Thomas
London. John Dawson for Thomas Weaver. 1631. [xxii], 216, [5]p.

[A discourse about the state of true happinesse: delivered in certaine sermons ...]
Bolton, Robert ; Weaver, Edmund
[London]. [Edmund Weaver]. [1638]. [xx], 214, [4]p.

A discourse about tradition: shewing what is meant by it, and what tradition is to be received, and what tradition is to be rejected
Patrick, Symon ; Flesher, Miles ; Horne, Robert ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. Printed by Miles Flesher, for Robert Horne, at the South Entrance of the Royal Exchange, and Fincham Gardiner, at the White Horse in Ludgate Street, 1683. 54p.

A discourse about true happinesse
Bolton, Robert
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1979. 156 p.

A discourse addressed to a congregation at Hackney, on February 21, 1781: Being the day appointedfor a public fast
Price, Richard
London. Printed for T. Cadell. (1781). 39 p.

A discourse against hero-making in religion: delivered in South Place Chapel, Finsbury, April24th, 1864
Newman, Francis William
London. Tru˜bner & Co. 1864.

A discourse against transubstantiation
Tillotson, John ; Darby, John
London. printed for J. Darby ... [and 12 others]. 1728. 47,[1]p.

A discourse analysis of certain root transformations in English
Gary, Norman
Bloomington. Indiana University Linguistics Club. 1976.

A discourse analysis of Philippians: method and rhetoric in the debate over literary integrity
Reed, Jeffrey T
Sheffield. Sheffield Academic. c1997. 525p.

A discourse analysis of the letter to the Hebrews: relationship between form and meaning
Westfall, Cynthia Long
London. University of Surrey Roehampton. 2003.

A discourse analysis of third person zero anaphora in Chinese
Chen, Ping
Bloomington. Indiana University Linguistics Club. 1984.

A discourse analytic study into the discursive techniques employed by health promotion officers concerning the ethical issue of behaviour change
Hadjiyianni, Jimmy
1996.

A discourse analytic study of the function and meaning of delusional communication
Goggins, Stephen
London. UEL. 1994.

A discourse and conversation analytic study of routine meetings between Educational Psychologists and Special Needs Coordinators
Bozic, Nicholas Mile
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1997.

A discourse before the Society for propagating the Gospel among the Indians and others in North America: delivered Nov. 7, 1805
Eckley, Joseph
Boston. Printed by E. Lincoln. 1806. 36 p.

A discourse betweene a resolved, and a doubtfull Englishman
[London]. [s.n.]. [1642].

A discourse, betweene Upright the shoomaker and Master Pattent the smith: Both meeting on the horse exchange in Smithfield
J., T
London. F. Groves. 1640. (15) p.

A discourse betwixt Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn close prisoner in the Tower of London, and Mr Hugh Peter: upon May 25. 1649
Lilburne, John ; Peters, Hugh
London. (1649). 8 p.

A discourse (by way of essay) humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons, towards the raising moneys by an excise. Demonstrating the conveniency of raising moneys that way. Together with an enumeration of some certain particular commodities, whereupon an annual receipt of one million may be presently settled, and with the same ease to the people, as any other part of His Majesty's revenue whatsoever
W. C
London. Printed for the authour. 1695/6.

A discourse by way of general preface to the quarto edition of Bishop Warburton's works: containing some account of the life, writings, and character of the author
Hurd, Richard
London. by John Nichols. 1794.

A discourse-centered approach to culture: native South American myths and rituals
Urban, Greg
Austin. University of Texas Press. 1991. vi, 215 p.

A Discourse concerning a Judge of Controversies in Matters of Religion: Being an Answer to some Papers asserting the Necessity of such a Judge : With an Address to Wavering Protestants, shewing what little Reason they have to think of any Change of their Religion : Written for the private Satisfaction of some Scrupulous Persons. And now Published for Common Use : With a Preface concerning the Nature of Certainty and Infallibility
Sherlock, William
London). Printed for Robert Clavell (at the Peacock in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1686. [xvii], 82, [2] p.

A discourse concerning Antichrist
Garrett, W
London. 1680.

A discourse concerning auricular confession, as it is prescribed by the council of Trent, and practised in the Church of Rome: With a post-script on occasion of a book lately printed in France, called Historia confessionis auricularis
Goodman, John ; Hills, Henry ; Tooke, Benjamin ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed by H. Hills Jun. for Benj. Tooke at the Sign of the Ship in St. Paul's church-yard; and Fincham Gardiner at the sign of the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1648 [i.e.1684]. [2], 56p. : 4to.

A discourse concerning banks
Janssen, Theodore ; Jansen, Thomas
p. 123-130.

A discourse concerning bonds of resignation of benefices, in point of law and conscience
Stillingfleet, Edward
London. Printed by J. H. for Henry Mortlock. 1695. xi, 116 p.

A discourse concerning coining the new money lighter: in answer to Mr. Lock's considerations about raising the value of money
Barbon, Nicholas
Farnborough. Gregg. 1971.

A discourse concerning conscience: wherin an account is given of the nature, and rule,and obligations, of it. And the case of those who seperate from the communion of the Church of England as by law established upon this pretence, that it is against their conscience to joyn in it, is stated and discussed
Sharp, John ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printedfor Fincham Gardiner at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1684. 59p.

A discourse, concerning creeds, their origin, authors, and effects: preached in the Meeting-house of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Belfast, on Sunday, May the 8th, 1836. With reference to the decision of the Court of Exchequer, in the case respecting the Presbyterian Meeting-house of Clough: and published at the request of those who heard it, and of other congregations to whom it was subsequently preached
Porter, John Scott
Belfast (High Street). Printed by J. Smyth. 1836. 32p.

A discourse concerning fevers
Turner, Daniel
London. 1727. 377 p.

A discourse concerning invocation of saints
Freeman, Samuel ; Tooke, Benjamin ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for Ben. Tooke at the Ship inSt. Paul's church-yard, and F. Gardiner at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1684. 72p.

A discourse concerning Ireland and the different interests thereof, in answer to the Exon and Barnstaple petitions: shewing, that if a law were enacted to prevent the exportation of woollen-manufactures from Ireland to foreign parts, what the consequences thereof would be both to England and Ireland
London. Printed for the Nott at the Queen's-Arms in the Pall-Mall. 1697, 1698. (3), 72p.

A discourse concerning, I the true import of the words Election and Reprobation...; II the extent of Christ's redemption; III the grace of God...; IV the liberty of the will...; V the perseverance or defectibility of the saints
Whitby, Daniel
London. Published by F.C. and J. Rivington. 1816. 466 p.

A discourse concerning Lent: in two parts
Hooper, George
London. printed by Tho. Warren for Walter Kettilby. 1695.

A discourse concerning meekness and quietness of spirit: to which is added, a sermon on Acts XXVIII. 22
Henry, Matthew
Berwick. printed by Phorson. 1795. vi, 177 p.

A discourse concerning meekness and quietness of spirit: to which is added, a sermon on Acts XXVIII. 22
Henry, Matthew
London. Lawrence. 1717. 200 p.

A discourse concerning militia's and standing armies. With relation to the past and present governments of Europe, and of England in particular
Fletcher, Andrew
London. [s.n.]. 1697.

A discourse concerning prayer: especially of frequenting the daily public prayers : in two parts
Patrick, Simon
London. Reprinted for William Pickering. 1848. viii, 228p.

A Discourse concerning Publick Oaths: and the Lawfulness of Swearing in Judicial Proceedings
Gauden, John
London). Printed for R. Royston Book-seller to the Kings most Excellent Majesty (at the Angel in Ivy-Lane. 1662. [xvii], 47 p.

A discourse concerning publick oaths, and the lawfulness of swearing in judicial proceedings: Written ... in order to answer the scruples of the Quakers
Gauden, John
London. 1662. p.p. 47 : 4to.

A discourse concerning publick prayer; shewing, that a set-form or liturgy of prayers is expedient in the publick worship of God
Irwin, W ; Waters, Edward ; Waters, Edward
Dublin. Printed and sold by E. Waters at the New Post-Office Printing-House in Essex-street, at the corner of Sycamore-Alley. 1711. ix,[1],101,[1]p.

A discourse concerning Puritans: A vindication of those, who unjustly suffer by the mistake, abuse, and misapplication of that name
Ley, John ; Parker, Henry
(London). R. Bostock. 1641. 58 p.

A discourse concerning reason, with regard to religion and divine revelation: wherein is shown, that reason either is,or else that it ought to be, a sufficient guide in matters of religion. Occasioned by the Lord Bishop of London's second pastoral letter
Chubb, Thomas
London. Printed for T. Cox. 1731.

A discourse concerning ridicule and irony in writing (1729)
Collins, Anthony ; Marshall, Nathaniel ; Bloom, Edward Alan ; Bloom, Lillian D
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1970. xviii, 77 p.

A discourse concerning ridicule and irony in writing, 1729
Collins, Anthony
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1970.

A discourse concerning the abstrusenesse of divine mysteries: together with our knowledge of them May 1. 1627. Another touching church-schismes but the unanimity of orthodox professors Feb. 17. 1628. By I.D. Mr of Arts and fellow of Merton Colledge in Oxford
Doughty, John
Oxford. Printed by Iohn Lichfield printer to the famous Vniversity, and are to be sold by Edward Forrest. anno Dom. 1628. [4], 26, 26 p.

A discourse concerning the authority of men in the kingdom of Christ: being a sermon preach'd in the reign of King Charles II, upon the subject of calling no man master upon earth
Burton, Hezekiah
London. R. Burleigh. 1718.

A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God: the obligations of natural religion : and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation... : being sixteen sermons, preached in the cathedral church of St. Paul in the years 1704 and 1705
Clarke, Samuel
London. Knapton. 1728.

A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation: in answer to Mr Hobbs, Spinoza, the author of The oracles of reason, and other deniers of natural and revealed religion : being sixteen sermons, preach'd at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the years 1704, and 1705, at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle esq
Clarke, Samuel ; Boyle, Robert ; Clarke, Samuel ; Clarke, Samuel ; Clarke, Samuel
London. printed by W. Botham for James Knapton. 1725. 119, [8], 299, 48 p.

A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation: In answer to Mr. Hobbes, Spinoza, the author of the Oracles of reason, and other deniers of natural and revealed religion : Being sixteen sermons preached in the cathedral-church of St. Paul, in the years 1704-5 ... With supplementary matter
Clarke, Samuel ; Butler, Joseph
Glasgow. Printed for R. Griffin and co. [etc., etc.]. 1823. 3 leaves, ii, ix, 443p.

A discourse concerning the being and attributes of God, the obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation... Being sixteen sermons preach'd at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, in the years 1704 and 1705, at the lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq
Clarke, Samuel ; Boyle, Robert
London. printed by W. Botham. 1719.

A discourse concerning the devotions of the Church of Rome, especially as compared with those of the Church of England
Stanley, William
London. B. Tooke. 1685. [ii], 67p.

A discourse concerning the fishery within the British seas, and other His Majesties dominions, and more especially, as it relates to the trade of the Company of the royal fishery of England: offered to consideration in order to subscriptions for raising a stock, for carrying on the affairs thereof, upon the terms proposed
London. Printed for the Company of the royal fishery of England. 1695. 29 p.

A discourse concerning the gift of prayer
Wilkins, John
London. 1655.

A discourse concerning the Godhead of the Holy Ghost, the third person in the eternal trinity: wherein the sentiments of Dr Clarke are considered
Mather, Samuel
London. printed for Eman. Matthews. 1719.

A discourse concerning the happiness of good men: and the punishment of the wicked in the next world, &c
Sherlock, William
Edinburgh. Printed for Gilbert Martin and Sons. 1776. 240 p.

A Discourse concerning the illegality of the late Ecclesiastical commission, in answer to the vindication and defence of it
Stillingfleet, Edward
London. Printed for Henry Mortlock. 1689. 65p.

A discourse concerning the influence of America on the mind: being the annual oration delivered before the American Philosophical Society ... 1823
Ingersoll, Charles Jared
Philadelphia. A. Small. 1823.

A discourse concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God
King, William
London. Printed for William Keblewhite. 1697. [iv],188p.

A discourse concerning the just causes of the war between Sweden and Russia, 1700-1721
Shafirov, P. P
Dobbs Ferry. Oceana. 1973.

A discourse concerning the laws ecclesiastical and civil made against hereticks by Popes, Emperors, and Kings, provincial and general councils, approved by the Church of Rome: shewing, I. What Protestant subjects may expect to suffer under a popish prince acting according to those laws. II. That no oath or promise of such a prince can give themany just security that he will not execute these laws upon them. With a preface against persecuting and destroying hereticks
Barlow, Thomas ; Whitby, Daniel
London. printed forThomas Basset. 1682.

A discourse concerning the laws, ecclesiastical and civil, made against hereticks, by popes, emperors and kings, provincial and general councils, approved by the Church of Rome: shewing I. What Protestant subjects may expect to suffer under a Popish prince acting according to those laws. II. That no oath or promise of such a prince can give them any just security that he will not execute their laws upon them. With a preface against persecuting and destroying hereticks
Barlow, Thomas ; Rhames, Aaron ; Hyde, John ; Gunne, Richard ; Owen, Robert ; Dobson, Eliphal
Dublin. Re-printed by A. Rhames for J. Hyde, R. Gunne, R. Owen, and E. Dobson. MDCCXXIII [1723]. xviii,[6],128p.

A discourse concerning the nature, advantage, and improvement of trade: with some considerationswhy the charges of the poor do and will increase
Paxton, P
London. Wilkin. 1704. 90 p.

A discourse concerning the nature and design of the Lord's Supper. In which the principal things relating to thisinstitution are briefly considered; and shewen to arise out of one single notion of it, viz. As a memorial to the death of Christ
Grove, Henry ; Blow, James
Belfast. Printed by James Blow. 1758. 53p., (3p.).

A discourse concerning the nature and substance of devils and spirits, in two books
Scot, Reginald
London. 1665. 292,72p.

A Discourse concerning the Nature of Idolatry: In which a Late Author's True and Onely Notion of Idolatry is Considered and Confuted
Wake, William
London). Printed for William Rogers (at the Sun over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. 1688. [i], i-xvi, 91, [4] p.

A discourse concerning the nature of man
Lowde, James
New York . Garland Pub. 1979. 243p.

A Discourse concerning the Nature, Unity, and Communion of the Catholick Church: Wherein most of the Controversies relating to the Church, are briefly and plainly Stated : Part I
Sherlock, William
London. Printed for William Rogers at the Sun, over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet. 1688. [ii], 60 [3] p.

A discourse concerning the origine and properties of wind
Bohun, R
T. Bouman. 1671.

A discourse concerning the plague: with some preservatives against it
Byrd, William
London. J. Roberts. 1721. 49 p.

A discourse concerning the plague, with some preservatives against it
London. for J. Roberts. 1721.

A discourse concerning the rebellion in Ireland
S., M
London. for Richard Lownes. 1642. 26 p.

A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ, in three parts ... together with an appendix concerning the impossible production of thought from matter and motion
Ditton, Humphry
London. printed for Tho. Cox; and J. Wood and C. Woodward. 1740. xvi,432p.

A discourse concerning the successe of former Parliaments
May, Thomas
London. [s.n.]. 1642.

A discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's Supper: To which are added two sermons, onI John chap. 2. ver. 3,4. I. Corinth. 15. 57
Cudworth, Ralph
London. R. Royston. 1676. (1), 93 p.

A discourse concerning the unchangeable obligations of natural religion: Being eight sermons preached ... in the year 1705, at the lecture founded by ... Robert Boyle
Clarke, Samuel
London. Knapton. 1716. (xxiv), 344 p.

A discourse concerning the unchangeable obligations of natural religion: and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation. Being eight sermons preach'd at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, in the year 1705, at the lecture founded by the honourable Robert Boyle
Clarke, Samuel
London. Printed by W. Botham, for James Knapton. 1706. 22 p. l., 1-405 (1) p., 3l.

A discourse concerning the unchangeable obligations of natural religion, and the truth and certainty of the Christian revelation
Clarke, Samuel
London. printed by Will. Botham, for James Knapton. 1706.

A discourse concerning the unity of the Catholick Church maintained in the Church of England
Cave, William ; Tooke, Benjamin ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for B. Tooke at the Ship in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and F. Gardner at the White-Horse in Ludgate Street. 1684. [6], 57, [1]p.

A discourse concerning the universality and order of the resurrection: being a sequel to that, wherein the personal identity is asserted
Felton, Henry
London. printed for B. Motte; S. Fletcher and R. Clements in Oxford; and S. Martin at Leicester. 1733. [12],44p.

A Discourse concerning the Unreasonableness of A New Separation, on account of the Oaths: With An Answer to the History of Passive Obedience, so far as relates to Them
Stillingfleet, Edward
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1689. [iii], 42, [2] p.

A discourse concerning the use and advantages of the gospel revelation: as it was delivered on three several Sundays, at the New Chapel, in the Broad Way, Westminster. In which are obviated the principal objections contained in a book, entitled, Christianity as old as the creation
Stebbing, Henry
London. Printed for J. Pemberton. 1730.

A discourse concerning the vegetation of plants: Spoken ... atGresham College, on the 23. of January, 1660. At a meeting of the Society for promoting philosophical knowledge by experiments
Digby, Kenelm
London. Printed by J. G. for John Dakin. 1661. 100 p.

A Discourse concerning the Worship of the Blessed Virgin and the Saints: with an Account of the Beginnings and Rise of it amongst Christians : in Answer to M. de Meaux's Appeal to the Fourth Age, in his Exposition and Pastoral Letter
Clagett, William
London). Printed for Tho. Bassett (at the George in Fleetstreet, and Tho. Newborough (at the Star in St. Paul,s Church-Yard. 1686. [ii], 114, [2] p.

A discourse concerning time: with application of the natural day, and lunar month, and solar year, as natural; and of such as are derived from them, as artificial parts of time, for measures in civil and common use: for the better understanding of the Julian year and calendar. The first column also in our church calendar explained. With other incidental remarks
Holder, William ; Heptinstall, John ; Meredith, Luke
London. Printed by J. Heptinstall, for L. Meredith, at the Star in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1694. [6], 120p.

A discourse concerning transubstantiation: in which the words of the institution of the Lord'sSupper are particularly considered : preached at Salters-Hall, February 13, 1734-5
Harris, William
London. Printed for R. Ford, and R. Hett. 1735. 43 p.

A discourse concerning trouble of mind and the disease of melancholy: in three parts written for the use of such as are, or have been exercised by the same
Rogers, Timothy
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst and J. Sprint and J. Nicolson. 1706.

A discourse concerning unction, and washing of feet
Chauncey, Isaac
London. Hiller. 1697. 30 p.

A discourse concerning unlimited submission and resistance to the higher powers: with some reflections onthe resistance made to King Charles I and on the anniversary of his death
Mayhew, Jonathan
[Boston, Mass. Lothrop. 1876].

A Discourse conserning the drayning of fennes
H. C ; H. C
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. (25) p.

A discourse consisting of motives for the enlargement and freedome of trade: Especially that of cloth and other woollen manufactures, engrossed at present
London. Bowtell. 1645. 50 p.

A discourse containing a summary of the proceedings of the directors of the society for extending the fisheries and improving the sea coasts of Great Britain, since the 25th March, 1788: and some thoughts on the present emigrations from the Highlands
Dempster, George ; Gray, John
London. printed for G. and T. Wilkie, and J. Debrett. 1789. [4],[3]-87p.

A discourse delivered at Antrim, June 28, 1774. At a General Synod of the Protestant Dissenting Ministers of the Presbyterian Persuasion in Ulster
Campbell, William
Belfast). Printed by James Magee (in Bridge Street. 1774. 48p.

A discourse delivered at Hackney, April 8, 1804, on occasion of the death of the Rev. Joseph Priestley: Published at the desire of the congregation : To which is annexed a brief memoir of Dr. Priestley's life and writings and a letter from his son, Mr Joseph Priestley, containing the particulars of his last sickness
Belsham, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Johnson, by R. Taylor. 1804. viii, 61, [19]p.