A discourse on the torpedo, delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society, November 30, 1774
Pringle, John
London. printed for the Royal Society. 1775. 32,[2]p.

A discourse on the true meaning of the Bible: delivered at the Institute of Science, Art and Literature, Leeds (England), October 10th, 1912
Cook, Tennessee Celeste Claflin
London. St Clement's Press. [1912]. 12p.

A discourse on the use and doctrine of attachments: with a report of proceedings in His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas ... 1784 and ... 1785
Pickering, Thomas Abree
London. J. Fielding. 1786. vii, 47 p.

A discourse on the use of the pen
Leekey, W
London. [ca. 1730]. 8vo.

A discourse on the worship of Priapus: and its connection with the mystic theology of the ancients
Knight, Richard Payne
London. [s.n.]. 1894. xvip. [1]l, 254, [46]p., 46 leaves of plates.

A discourse on trade and other matters relative to it
Carey, John
London. Printed for T. Osborne. 1745. 204p.

A discourse on truth
Shute, Richard
London. H.S. King. 1877. iv, 299 p.

A discourse opening the nature of that episcopacie, which is exercised in England: wherein, with all humility, are represented some considerations tending to the much-desired peace
Brooke, Robert Grenville
London. Printed by R.C. for Samuel Cartwright. 1641.

A discourse or historie of bees
Remnant, Richard
Gerrards Cross. International Bee Research Association. June 1982. (34)p.

A discourse or parable of two drops reasoning together
Everhard
Kidderminster. Friend. 1859. 12p.

A discourse-pragmatic description of marked constructions in Persian
Khazaee Farid, Ali ; Bennett, Paul
Manchester. UMIST. 1997.

A discourse preached before the Second Church and Society in Boston: in commemoration of the life and character of their former pastor, Rev. Henry Ware, jr., D.D., on Sunday, Oct. 1, 1843
Robbins, Chandler
Boston. J. Munroe. 1843. 71 p.

A discourse preached on the twelfth of July, 1805, before a large body of Orange men
Graham, John
(s.l. s.n.). 1806. 49 p.

A discourse production model for "twenty questions"
Fortescue, Michael D
Amsterdam. J. Benjamins. 1980. vii, 137 p.

A discourse pronounced at the funeral of the Rev. Thomas Potts, late President of St. Mary's College, Oscott, on Thursday, December 9th, 1819
Weedall, Henry
Birmingham. Printed and published for a charitable purpose, by R. Wrightson. 1819. viii, 29 p.

A discourse read in the chapel at Belvoir castle, after the funeral of His Grace the Duke of Rutland, late Lord Lieutenant of the kingdom of Ireland, &c &c
Crabbe, George
Dublin. printed by P. Byrne. 1788. [v],[7]-15p.

A discourse setting forth the unhappy condition of the practice ofphysick in London: and offering some means to put it into a better
Goddard, Jonathan
London. John Martyn and James Allestry. 1670. 62 p.

A discourse, shewing the great happinesse, that hath, and may still accrue to His Majesties kingdomes of England and Scotland, by re-uniting them into one Great Britain
Bristol, John Digby
London. Printed by R.H. for Charles Duncomb. 1641. (37), 286 p.

A discourse shewing the great happinesse that hath, and may still accrue to his Majesties kingdom of England and Scotland by re-uniting them into one Great Britain
Bristol, John
London. Thomas Slater. 1641. [44],286p.

A discourse shewing the many advantages which will accrue to this kingdom by the abatement of usury: together with the absolute necessity ..., humbly presented to the high court of Parliament now sitting
Culpeper, Thomas
p. 1-46.

A discourse touching the inconveniencies of a long continued Parliament, and the judgement of the law of the land in that behalfe
Jenkins, David
[London?]. [s.n.]. 1647. 10p.

A discourse upon comedy: The Recruiting Officer ; The Beaux Stratagem
Farquhar, George ; Strauss, Louis A
London. Heath. 1914. lviii, 358p.

A discourse upon dilapidations: their nature, and the principles of assessment succinctly demonstrated
Morris, Thomas
London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1865.

A discourse upon grants and resumptions: Showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the publick debts
Davenant, Charles
London. Printed for J. Knapton. 1704. (14), 448 p.

A Discourse upon the exposicion & understandinge of statutes with Sir Thomas Egerton's additions
Egerton, Thomas ; Thorne, Samuel Edmund
San Marino, Calif. Huntington Library. 1942. vii, 194 p.

A discourse upon the interest of England considered in the case of the deteinure of the Prince Elector Palatine, his dignities and dominions
Downing, Calybute
London. printed by Richard Hearn. 1641.

A discourse upon the meanes of vvel governing
Gentillet, Innocent
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. 374p.

A discourse upon the nature and design of the Lord's Supper: with the advantages, which may reasonably be expected, from a regular and serious attendance upon it
Gentleman, Robert
Shrewsbury. Printed by J. Eddowes. 1786.

A discourse upon the nature and faculties of man: in several essays, with some considerations upon the occurrences of humane life
Nourse, Timothy
London. Printed by J. O. for Jacob Tonson, and sold by R. Wellington ... and J. Graves. 1697. [14], 383 p.

A discourse upon the obligation of tithe: delivered in the Catholic and Apostolic Church, Gordon Square, on Tuesday, October 5, 1858
Cardale, John Bate
London. Bosworth and Harrison. 1858.

A discourse upon the origin and foundation of the inequality among mankind
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
London. printed for R. and J. Dodsley. 1761. lx,260p.

A discourse upon the origin and foundation of the inequality among mankind
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
New York. Franklin. 1971.

A discourse upon the Pharisee and the publican, wherein several weighty things are handled : ... /by John Bunyan
Bunyan, John
London. Printed for John Marshall. (1725?). 166 p.

A discourse upon the plague: with a preparatory accountof malignant fevers. In two parts. The first, containing, an explication of the nature of those diseases. The second, the method of cure
Blackmore, Richard
London. J. Clark. 1721. 99 p.

A Discourse upon the questions in debate between the King and Parliament
[London]. [s.n.]. 1642. 16p.

A discourse upon this saying: the spirit of the nation is not yet to be trusted with liberty; lest it introduce monarchy, or invade the liberty of conscience
Harrington, James
London. Printed by J.C. for Henry Fletcher. [1659].

A discourse upon usury: by way of dialogue and orations, for the better variety and more delight of all those that shall read this treatise [1572]
Wilson, Thomas ; Tawney, R. H
London. Cass. 1962. viii, 392p.

A discourse upon usury, by way of dialogue and orations: for the better variety and more delightof all those that shall read this treatise <1572>
Wilson, Thomas ; Tawney, R. H
London. F. Cass. (1962). viii, 392 p.

A discourse upon usury by way of dialogue and orations, for the better variety and more delight of all those that shall read this treatise [1572] with an historical introduction by R.H. Fawney
Wilson, T
Cass. 1925.

A discourse utter'd in part at Ammauskeeg-Falls in the fishing-season 1739
Seccombe, Joseph
Barre, Mass. Barre Publishers. 1971.

A discoursive conjecture upon the reasons that produce a desired event of the present troubles of Great Britaine, different from those of Lower Germanie: considered in the main passages that seeme parallel, but upon a further survey are discovered to be otherwise
Downing, Calybute
London. printed by Richard Hearne, to be sold by John Partridge. 1641.

A discoursive probleme concerning prophesies: devised especially in abatement of the terrible threatenings, andmenaces peremptorily denounced against the kingdoms, and states of the world, this present famous yeere, 1588
Harvey, John
London. Printed ... by Iohn Iackson, for Richard Watkins. 1588.

A discours of husbandrie used in Brabant and Flanders: shewing the wonderful improvement of land there, and serving as a pattern for our practice in this commonwealth
Hartlib, Samuel
London. Printed by William Du-Gard, and are to bee sold by Francis Coles. 1654. [8],27,[3]p.

A discours of husbandrie used in Brabant and Flanders: shewing the wonderful improvement of land there, and serving as a pattern for our practice in this commonwealth
Hartlib, Samuel
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [199-?]. [6],26p.

A discouse upon the exposicion and understanding of statutes: with Sir Thomas Egerton's additions
Egerton, Thomas ; Thorne, Samuel E
San Marino, California. Huntington library. 1942. 194p.

A discoverie and plaine declaration of sundry subtill practices of the holy inquisition of Spaine
Gonsalvo Montan, Reynaldo
London. for John Bellamie. 1625.

A discoverie for division or setting out of land, as to the best form: ... whereunto are added some other choice secrets or experiments of husbandry, with a philosophical quere concerning the cause of fruitfulness
Hartlib, Samuel
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [199-?]. [7],33p.

A discoverie of 29 sects here in London, all of which, except the first, are most devillish and damnable, being these which follow: Protestants Puritans Papists
(London). 1641. 8 p.

A discoverie of Brownisme ... among the Englishcompany of the separation ... at Amsterdam
White, Thomas
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1974. 26 p.

A discoverie of certaine errours published in print in the much commended Britannia, 1594, very preiudicial to the discentes and successions of the auncient nobilitie of this realme: to which are added, the learned Mr. Camden's answer to this book, and Mr. Brooke's reply
Brooke, Ralph ; Camden, William ; Leland, John
London. Printed for James Woodman and David Lyon. 1724.

A discoverie of certaine errours published in print in the much commended Britannia, 1594, very prejudiciall to the discentes and successions of the auncient nobilitie of this realme: to which is added, the learned Mr. Camden's answer to this book
Brooke, Ralph ; Camden, William ; Leland, John
London. Printed by J. Bettenham for James Woodman. 1723.

A discoverie of certaine errovrs publishedin print in the much commended Britannia, 1594
Brooke, Ralph ; Camden, William ; Leland, John
London. Printed by J. Bettenham, for J. Woodman. 1723. 77, (10), 32 p.

A Discoverie of Errours in the first Edition of the Catalogue of Nobility, published by Raphe Brooke, Yorke Herald, 1619. And Printed heerewith word for word, according to that Edition: With a Continuance of the Successions, from 1619. untill this present yeare, 1622 : At the end whereof, is annexed A Review of a later Edition, by him stolne into the world, 1621
Vincent, Augustine
London. Printed by William Iaggard, dwelling in Barbican, and are there to bee sold. 1722. [xxxix], 717, [2] p.

A discoverie of errovrs: in the first edition of the Catalogve of nobility, pvblished by Raphe Brooke, Yorke herald, 1619. And printed herewith word for word, according to that edition. With a continuance of the successions, from 1619. vntill this present yeare, 1622. At the end whereof, is annexed A review ofa later edition, by him stolne into the world. 1621
Vincent, Augustine ; Brooke, Ralphe
London. Printed by William Iaggard. 1622. (38), 717 p.

A discoverie of the false grounds the Bavarian party have layd, to settle their own faction, and shake the peace of the Empire: considered in the case of the deteinure of the Prince Elector of Palatine, his dignities and dominions : with a discourse upon the interest of England in that cause
Downing, Calybute
London. printed by Ric. Hearnand to be sold by Thomas Bates. 1641.

A discoverie of the great plot for the utter ruine of the city of London, and the Parliament: As it vvas at large made knovvn by John Pym ... June, 1643 ... and afterwards corrected by his owne hand for the presse
Pym, John
London. P. Cole. 1643. (14) p.

A Discoverie of the great subtiltie and wonderful wisdome of the Italians
G.B.A.F ; F., G.B.A
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1974. 94 p.

A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued: nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigne
Davies, John
London. Printed for Iohn Iaggard. 1612. (4), 287 (1) p.

A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely subdued, nor brought vnder obedience of the crowne of England, vntill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigne
Davies, John
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1747. 283 p.

A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor broughtunder obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Maiestie's happie raigne
Davies, John
[London. W. Jaggard] for John Jaggard. 1612.

A discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of His Maiesties happie raigne, James Ist
Davies, John
Dublin. Printed for Richard Watts & Laurence Flin. 1761. xii, 196p.,(26)p.

A discoverie of treason against the King, and Parliament: being the ... copie of a letter found about a priest ... apprehended at Clarkenwell
London. G. Smith. 1642. 6 p.

A discovery at the Public record office: (A third copy of the Agas plan of London)
Scouloudi, Irene ; Agas, Ralph
(London). (Corporation of London). (1955). 2 p.

A discovery in the woods
Greene, Graham ; Parry, Christopher ; Thompson, Denys
London. Cambridge. 1973.

A discovery of a horrible and bloody treason and conspiracie: against the protestants ... especially against divers of the nobility... and ... some of the citizens of London; which ... was brought to the House of Commons on ... Novemb. the 15th, 1641 ... as also a relation of a search at Worcester-house in the Strand. Together with an order made by the Lords, for theapprehending of all priests and Iesuites
(London. Thomas. 1641). (5) p.

A discovery of cinema
Dickinson, Thorold
Oxford University Press. 1971.

A discovery of infinite treasure, hidden since the worlds beginning
Plattes, G
Printed by I.L. and are to besold by G. Hutton. 1639.

A discovery of old Essex
Pusey, Richard
London. Hale. 1985. (272)p.

A discovery of peace: or the thoughts of the Almighty for the ending of his peoples calamities, intimated in a sermon... 24th of April, 1644
Strickland, John
London. Printed by M. Simmons for Henry Overton. 1644.

A discovery of seventeenth century printing types in Harvard Yard
Graffam, Gray
1982.

A discovery of strangers
Wiebe, Rudy Henry
Toronto. A.A. Knopf Canada. c1994. 317 p.

A discovery of subterraneal treasure: viz. of all manner of mines and mineralls, from the gold to the coale
Plattes, Gabriel
Ilkley, Yorks. Scolar Press for the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy. 1980.

A discovery of the arbitrary, tyrannicall, and illegall actions of some of the committee of the county of Lincoln: occasioned by a charge given to the grand Jury at the Quarter Sessions of the peace held at Folkingham...5 of Octob., 1646
King, Edward
London. s.n. 1647.

A discovery of the author of the letters of Junius: Founded on such evidence and illustrations as explain all the mysterious circumstances and apparent contradictions which have contributed to the concealment of this "most important secret of our times."
Taylor, John ; Junius
London. Taylor & Hewey. 1813. 139 p.

A discovery of the Barmudas (1610)
Jourdain, Silvester ; Adams, Joseph Quincy
New York, N. Y. Scholars' facsimiles & reprints. 1940. ix, (1) p., facsim.: 2 p. l., 4-24 p.

A discovery of the Barmudas, otherwise called the Ile of Divels
Jourdan, Silvester
Edinburgh. Aungervyle Society. 1884.

A discovery of the cinema
Dickinson, Thorold
London. Oxford University Press. 1971. 164p.

A discovery of the notorious proceedings of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, in bringing innovations into the church, and raising up troubles in the state
Browne, John ; Laud, William
London. printed by Walker. 1641. (5) p.

A discovery of the probable sin causing this great judgement of rain and waters: viz our discontentment with our present government and inordinate desire of our King : a sermon preached in Coventry, Dec. 23
Bryan, John
London. Printed for Richard Best. 1647. 17p.

A discovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued and brought under obedience of the crown of England, until the beginning of His Majesty's happy reign
Davies, John
[London]. [s.n.]. [1786]. [2], xxxviii, 313p.

Adiscovery of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued and brought under obedience of the crown of England until the beginning of His Majesty's happy reign (1612)
Davies, John ; Myers, James P
Washington, D.C. Catholic University of America Press. c1988. xi, 242p.

A discovrse anddiscovery of New-found-land
Whitbourne, Richard
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. (27), 69, (4) p.

A discovrse betwixt Lieutenant Colonel Iohn Lilburn close prisoner in the Tower of London, and Mr. Hugh Peter, upon May 25. 1649. Published by a friend, for the publick benefit
Lilburne, John ; Peters, Hugh
[London]. [s.n.]. 1649.

A discovrse of a discouerie for a new passage to Cataia
Gilbert, Humphrey
London. Imprinted at London by Henry Middleton for Richarde Ihones. 1576. aprilis. 12. 14 p. l., (60) p.

A discovrse of civill life
Bryskett, Lodowick ; Giraldi Cintio, Giovanni Battista
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 279 p.

A discovrse of the felicitie of man: or his summum bonum
Barckley, Richard
London. Printed for W. Ponsonby. 1598. 14 p. l., 618 p., 2 l.

A discovrse of the religion anciently professed by the Irish and Scottish; shewing it to be for svbstance the same with that which at this day is by publick authoritie established in the Church of England
Ussher, James
Dublin. Printed by the Societie of Stationers. M.D.C.XXIII [1623]. [1 v.] : 4to.

A discovrse of the vsage of the English Fugitives by the Spaniard
Lewkenor, Lewis
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973. (76) p.

A Discredited tax: the capital gains tax problem and its solution
Sutherland, B. W ; Bracewell-Milnes, Barry
London. Institute of Economic Affairs. 1992. xiii, 90p.

A discreet and learned speech spoken in the Parliament on Wednesday, the 4th of January, 1641, concerning the accusation of high treason, preferred by his Majesty against himself... theirin worthily declaring the difference betwixt a good subject and a bad, and referring his owne triall to the judgement of that honourable Assembly
Hampden, John
London. printed for J.W. 1641.

A discreet immorality
Smith, John
London. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1965. 46p.,21cm.

A discrete element method for the analysis of plane elasto-plastic stress problems
Pope, G. G
Farnborough. Ministry of Aviation. 1965.

A discrete-event simulator for systems engineering
Naumoski, G
Eindhoven. University of Eindhoven. 1998. 124p.

A discrete Laplace transform: an adaption of the Laplace transform to the analysis and synthesis of systems specified by their impulse responses, and investigation of the resulting discrete finite Laplace transform
Welaratna, Sri Ramya
Bradford. 1975. 82p.

A discrete-time approach for system analysis
Cuenod, M ; Durling, A
Academic. 1969.

A discrete-time version of target zone models with jumps
Pesaran, Hashem ; Ruge-Murcia, Francisco J
Cambridge. Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge. 1995.

A discretionary model of industrial buying in differentiated product markets
Cameron, Samuel ; Shipley, David D
Stoke-on-Trent. North Staffordshire Polytechnic. 1983.

A discriminant model for classifying contractor performance on public works projects
Chee, Hong Wong
Wolverhampton. University of Wolverhampton. 2001.

A discriminant model of the consumers choice of a shopping area
Gillingham, David W
Poole. DorsetInstitute of Higher Education. 1984.

A discriminated against minority in Japan: the present situation of the Burakumin and the Buraku LiberationMovement
Tokyo. Buraku Liberation Research Institute. 1982.

A Discription of Scotland by Observation of Doctor Corbett in his Majesties progresse into that Country
Weldon, Anthony
(N.p.). 1626. 1 v.

A discursive approach to Counsellors' constructions of their experiences with clients
Cleveland, Beth
Roehampton. University of Surrey Roehampton. 2000.

A discussion and experimental investigation of environmental influences on the development of the perceptionof speech
Trew, Karen J
1971. 1 v.

[A discussion between Paul Vaughan and Peter Holland about the 1989/90 RSC production of 'Coriolanus']
Vaughan, Paul ; Holland, Peter ; Dee, Tim
London. BBC. 1989.

A discussion concerning the application of the 'Open question argument' to both semantic and ethical naturalism
Fisher, Andrew David
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 2000.

A discussion concerning the floor of the northwest Indian Ocean
Hill, Maurice Neville
London. Royal Society. 1966.

A discussion document on consumer attitudes to furniture buying 1978
(s.l.). Furniture Industry Research Association. 1978.

A discussion document on future party policy
Belfast. Unionist Party. (1974). 7 p.

A discussion document on the blanket/refereal/selective interviewing debate
Stourbridge. Institute of Careers Officers. 1976.

A discussion document on the environment
Belfast. SDLP. 1990. 6p.

A discussion document to support schools in developing a library policy
Campbell, Lindsay ; Cunningham, Paul ; Hankin, Steve
Norwich. Norfolk Educational Press. 1993.

A discussion of Belgian unemployment, combining traditional concepts and disequilibrium econometrics
Sneessens, Henri R ; Dreze, Jacques H
Louvain-la-Neuve. CORE. 1985.

A discussion of composition especially as applied to architecture
Van Pelt, John Vredenburgh
New York . MacMillan. 1902. viii, 275p.

A discussion of correct measures of information asymmetry: the example of Myers and Majluf's model or the importance of the asset structure of the firm
Dierkens, Nathalie
Fontainebleau, France. INSEAD. 1990. 24p.

A Discussion of current policies and the future structure of agriculture: a symposium
(Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.). Agricultural Adjustment Unit, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. 1969. 67 p.

"A discussion of exact measures of information asymmetry: The example of Myers and Majluf model or the importance of the asset structure of the firm"
Dierkens, Nathalie
Fontainbleau. INSEAD. 1988. 27p.

A Discussion of fair employment in Northern Ireland: an edited transcript
Washington, D.C. Investor Responsibility Research Center's, Social Issue Service. 1990. 26p.

A discussion of five criticisms of the work of D. Z. Phillips
McKittrick, David
[s.l. The Author]. 1991. 95p.

A discussion of money
Coulborn, W. A. L
London. Longmans. 1950.

A discussion of popular opinion on the Benetton campaign and ethical questions raised
Goldstein, Melanie
London. LCPDT. 1998.

A discussion of some of the factors affecting the contribution made by mechanics' institutions and mechanics' subscription libraries to the provision of library facilities during the 19th century
Harrington, John
[s.n.]. 1983.

A discussion of some of the factors influencing the income distribution of households within a city region
Mogridge, M. J. H
London. Centre for Environmental Studies. 1968.

A discussion of some questions relating to tonsillotomy: read before the State Medical Society of Pennsylvania, at its meeting in 1882, and published in The Medical Record of February, 1883 ; and, Clinical remarks upon deflections of the nasal septum, with a presentation of two cases made before the Allegheny County Medical Society, at its meeting, November 1883
Daly, William Hudson
[S.l. s.n.]. 1883. 14 p.

A discussion of some views on the expanded form of the verb in modern English
Simpson, David
1957.

A discussion of the answere of M. William Barlow
Persons, Robert
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1975. (129),552p.

A discussion of the circumstances and policies which affect Henley School's own formulation and implementation of its equal opportunities policy, within the Service Children's Schools (North West Europe) Education Authority
Lohbrunner, N. P
1996.

A DISCUSSION OF THE CONCEPTS OF SPORT AND ART AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEM
Gittins, Karen
Cardiff. S.G.I.H.E. 1986. 40p., p.bk.

A discussion of the conjoint question: is the doctrine of endless punishment taught in the Bible? or does the Bible teach the doctrine of the final holiness and happiness of all mankind?
Ely, Ezra Stiles ; Thomas, Abel C
Cincinnati. Williamson & Cantwell. 1871. 288p.