A few important points in commercial photography
Smith, W. J
A few impressions of fine color printing
Livesey, J. G
A few incidents in the life of Samuel Lines, Sen
Birmingham. Printed by Josiah Allen. 1862. 34 p.
A few interesting details about Garston and district
Jones, R. Saunders
Liverpool. Rockliff Bros., Ltd. 1919.
A few interesting remarks on bilious disorders: particulary the jaundice: recommending the anti-bilious powders, a certain and experienced remedy
Leeds. Printed by Thomas Gill. 1797.
A few jottings respecting some of the early members of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Bruce, J. C
A few late chrysanthemums
London. Murray. 1954. vi, 95 p.
A few late leaves
(London) ((BCM Yewtree, WC1V 6XX)). (Yew Tree Books). (1978). (4),30p.
A few lectures on documentary film
London. Centre for Advanced TV Studies. 1979. , 39p.
A few lines composed by Charles Davis, (a servant,) on the death of his young master, Mr. Ashbel Barker, Barby, Northamptonshire: who died March 12th, 1842
Daventry. printed by Tomalin & Potts. 1842. 8p.
A few little lies
London. HarperCollins. 2000. 313p.
A few little verses about the war
London. Deverell, Sharpe & Gibson. 1918.
A few 'lost' pubs of Hull
Hull. Local HistoryUnit, Hull College of Further Education. 1992. (22)p.
A Few Magic Words
Oxford. Ginn. 1989. 32p.
A few medical and surgical reminiscences
Bristol. J.W. Arrowsmith. 1896. 99p.
A few memories: with portraits
London. Osgood. 1896. 266p.,  leaves of plates.
A few more facts and figures concerning my transactions with Messrs. Robinson & Newett, Stockbrokers, Belfast
[Belfast]. [s.n.]. 1892. 8p.
A few more leaves of Old Southgate
Newby, Herbert W
Leicester. printed by Ratnett & Co. [1950?]. 19p.
A few more memories
De Navarro, Mary Anderson
London. Hutchinson. 1936.
A few more words in defence of the Hackney grammar school occasioned by ... recent "strictures" on that institution
London. Fauntleroy and Burton. 1831. 32 p.
A few more words in support of No. 90 of the Tracts for the times
Ward, William George
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1841.
A few naval customs, expressions, traditions and superstitions
Beckett, W. N. T
Portsmouth. Gieves. [s.d.].
A few necessary questions & conclusions for the present parish-teachers of England ... to ponder and answer in God's fear
(London. 1670?). 12 p.
A few nights and days: a novel
Dipoko, Mbella Sonne
Longmans. 1966. 184p.,21cm.
A few notes of the early church-wardens' accounts of the town of Ludlow
[s.l. s.n. n.d.]. 18 p.
A few notes on architects and furniture
London. Heal & Son. [19--].
A few notes on a selected portion of the Halliwell-Philips library
Baker, E. E
A few notes on Banstead downs: with some remarks on the Epsom races in olden times, and a short descriptionof Nonsuch Palace
Sutton. Pile. 1929. 55 p.
A few notes on Banstead Downs with some remarks on the Epsom races in olden times: and a short descriptionof Nonsuch Palace
Sutton. Pile. 1928. 29 p.
A few notes on combined line and half-tone work
Fishenden, R. B
A few notes on Julian and a translation of his public letters
Chinnock, Edward James
London. David Nutt. 1901. 82 p.
A few notes on modern presses and ancient controversies
A few notes on photogravure for amateurs
Lambert, F. C
A few notes on Shakespeare
London. J. R. Smith. 1853. 2 p. l., (vii)-viii, (9)-156 p.
A few notes on Soldans Ltd ... from about 1886-1968
A few notes on Telscombe in the South Downs, 1337 to 1925
London. Cassell. (1925).
A few notes on the evolution of the printing press in Paris
Burch, R. M
A few notes on the fortifcations of Warwick, with transcriptions of the documents relating thereto and an account ofthe existing remains
Burgess, J. Tom
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1875.
A few notes on the gospels according to St. Mark and St. Matthew
Liverpool. Liverpool Booksellers' Co.Ltd. 1903.
A few notes on the historical picture: the building of the Great Keep of Bristol Castle
Swaish, J. G
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [192-?]. p.
A few notes on the religious condition of Belgium and Holland: and especially on the Church and Seminary of the Remonstrants at Amsterdam
Tayler, John James
[S.l. .s.n. 186-]. p. -106.
A few notes on varnishes and fossil resins
Clark, Robert Ingham
London. C. Letts. . iv, 69p.
A few notes respecting the bishops of East Anglia
Kemble, John M
[London. s.n. 1851].
A few notes respecting the United States of North America: in relation to their constitution, their progress, and the stocks of the different states
London. G. Cowie. 1839. 23 p.
A few notes selected from lesson A of Wilson's photographics pub. 1881 as the excuse for Todd Walker to print a few of his own photographs
United States. (s.n.). 1976.
A few notes upon some rare Cruikshankiana
Cohn, Albert M
London. Karslake. 1915. 23 p., (7) leaves of plates.
A few notes upon the work of Arthur Bliss and especially upon his "Coloursymphony"
Scholes, Percy A
London. Goodwin and Tabb. 1922.
A few not quite forgotten writers?
London. English Association. 1967. 14 p.
A few observations in reply to the Rev. Charles R. Elrington,D.D. on national education in Ireland: addressed to the clergy and other members of the church by one of its presbyters
Dublin. Samuel B. Oldham. 1847.
A few observations on art
St Peter Port (Mount Durand, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, C.I.). ToucanPress. 1978.
A few observations on Lord Wenlock's tankard: Now in the possession of the Earl of Pomfret
London. Bowdery and Kerby. 1831.
A few observations on railways
Pole, Felix John Clewett
London. GWR. 1927. 21p.
A few observations on religion and education in Ireland
London. J. Ridgway and Sons. 1835. 37p.
A few observations on the expedience of parliamentary interposition duly to explain the Act ofWilliam and Mary, commonly called "The Tolerance Act"
Reading, Eng. Smart & Cowslade. 1800. 23 p.
A few observations on the Giant's Causeway, and the route from Belfast, for the information of the members of the Institute: Excursion to Giant's Causeway, Friday, June 16th, 1893
Belfast (Royal Avenue, Belfast). Printed by R. Carswell & Son. 1893. 24p.
A few observations on the nature and tendency of the changes lately proposed to be made in the constitutionof the Protestant Dissenting Church: Shewing how far these changes, if adopted, are likely to affect the honour, peace and prosperity of that church - and the only constitutional way of preventing these bad effects pointed out : Addressed tothe people of the Presbyterian persuasion in the Province of Ulster
Sherrard, John ; Belshaw, Robert Redman
Belfast (Bridge Street). Printed by Doherty and Simms. 1803. 48p.
A few observations on the present state of the Roman Catholics: occasioned by a pamphlet, entlitled "An address to Protestants, by the Rev. Thomas Garratt"
Parishioner of Wilmslow
MaccLesfield. Printed and sold by J. Swinnerton. 1829. 24p.
A few observations respecting municipal reform: suggested by passing events
Browne, W. J. Utten
Norwich. Matchett, Stevenson,& Matchett. (18--?).
A few observations respecting the present state of the poor, and the defects of the poor laws: with some remarks upon parochial assessments, and expenditures
Dudley, Henry Bate
London. Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, by W. Flint. 1802. ,36,p.
A few observations upon the insolvent bill humbly submitted to the consideration of the ... House of Commons
(London?. 1719?). 1 sheet.
A few observations upon the works of the isthmus of Suez Canal, made during a visit in April, 1863
[S.l. s.n. 1863]. 30p.
A few occasional remarks, upon a paper sent to Thomas Crooks in Donaghadee, by way of answer to a letter which he wrote to one tennant an itenerent seceding preacher, respecting some queries before sent to said tennant, to which are added the queries themselves, with an account of those places in the seceders act and testimony which gave rise to the mostimportant of them
Belfast). Printed by James Magee (and sold at his shop in Bridge-street. 1751. 24p.
A few of Mr. Edgar Hawthorn's memories: what Coalville was like in "The Old Days"
Hawthorn, A. E
A few of Mr. Edgar Hawthorn's memories: what Coalville was like in the old days'
[n. pub.]. 1950.
A few of my recollections of Garston during a residence of over 45 years in the same house
Jones, R. Saunders
Liverpool. Rockliff Bros., Ltd. 1916.
A few of our regular (stock) shades of ink for half-tone work
A few of R. Hoe and Co.'s newspaper perfecting presses with fast-speed rotary folders and the latest patented improvements
New York. [ca. 1903].
A few of the famous inns of Bath and district
Meehan, John Francis
Bath. B. & J.F. Meehan. 1913. 43 p.,  leaf of plates (front.).
A few of "the few": Australians and the battle of Britain
Canberra, Act. Australian War Memorial. 1990. xii, 291 p.
A few of the many: air war 1939-45 : a kaleidoscope of memories
Worcester. Ramrod. 1995. 296p.
A few old memories
Rounder. 1987. 1 compact disc.
A few pages from the history of the Church and parish of St. Clement Worcester
Worcester. s.n. 1969.
A few pages on hydropathy, or the water cure
London. W. E. Painter. 1843.
A few palm trees
Hollywood. Heavy Industry Publications. 1971.
A few particulars of the Salters' Company: with extracts from the Court minute book ... 1627 to July, 1885
(London. 1909). 43 p.
A few particulars relating to Fishlake Church and Parish: a paper read at the meeting of the Associated York and Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Societies at Doncaster, on the 23rd September, 1857
Lincoln. printed by W. and B. Brooke. 1858.
A few pen and ink sketches of the 1868.'9. Irish elections in aid of the Civil Powers
Dublin (Nassau Street). R.Morrow. c1868. 11 p.
A few people
Haskins, M. L
London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1932. 320p.
A few personal recollections
An Old Printer
London. Printed for private circulation. 1896. 143 p.
A few plain directions for the homoeopathic treatment and prevention of British and Asiatic cholera, and also cholerine: extracted from the "Homoeopathic domestic medicine", ... with alterations and additions
London. J. Leath. [1846?]. 16 p.
A few plain observations on the nature, causes and fatal consequences of wilful murder: a sermon, preached ... to the congregation of Tullyish and Donaghclony, December 4, 1796
Belfast. 1797. 24 p.
A few plain questions to every honest and independent elector of the borough of Southwark
(London. 1795). 1 sheet.
A few plain reasons why we should believe in Christ and adhere to his religion: addrest to the patrons and professors of the new philosophy
London. printed for Messrs. Lackington, Allen, and Co. 1801.
A few plain remarks on the registration of birth and on the impropriety of naming children before baptism
(Farnborough, Hants. Gregg. 1973). 8 p.
A few plain remarks on the various means of preventing the extension of cholera morbus, and on the treatment of the disease until medical assistance can be obtained
Birmingham. published by J.C. Barlow. 1831.
A few plain words about the House of Lords: I - what is the House of Lords ? II - what the peers have done III - the future of the peers
Birmingham. published by the National Liberal Federation. 1884.
A few plain words concerning the establised church and the Wesleyans
London. John Mason. 1841. 20p.
A few pointers about point-set type
A few points on photo-engraving
Yetter, H. C
p. 419, 497, 573.
A few practical hints about saws
A few practical hints for invalids on the maintenance of health in the climate of Egypt
Bentley, Arthur J. M
[London?]. Simpkin, Marshall, Kent & Co. 1894.
A few practical observations on the wire-gauze safety-lamps, for miners: with some evidence of their use
London. printed by W. Bulmer and Co. 1816. 13p.
A few practical remarks on the medicinal effects of wine and spirits with observations on the economy of health intended principally for the use of parents, guardians and others intrusted with the care of youth
Worcester. Tymbs. 1799. x,152p.
A few practical remarks on the medicinal effects of wine and spirits, with observations on the oeconomy of health: intended principally for the use of parents, guardians and others intrusted with the care of youth
Worcester. printed by J. Tymbs. Sold by Cadell and Davies, London; and by the booksellers in Worcester. 1799. ,x,152,p.
A few practical sermons on various subjects
London. . 200p.
A few practical suggestions
Smith, Logan Pearsall
(Oxford). Clarendon Press. 1932. 19 p.
A few prayers; and a few words about prayer: a book for young persons
Paget, Francis Edward
London. Joseph Masters. 1846.
A few preliminary thoughts toward an essay on William Caxton
Iowa City. 1877.
A few pricked balloons
BEM Publishing. 1991.
A few proposals humbly recommending to the serious consideration of His Majesty's High Commissioner, and the right honourable the estates of Parliament the establishing a land-credit in this kingdom
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. 1700. p. 43-92.
A few proposals offered in humility and in the spirit of meekness: to ... the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. Holding forth a medium or essay for the removing of tythes, and establishing a maintenance for a godly ministry in the nation (etc.)
London. Chapman. 1659. (i), 5 p.
A few punches more
Christchurch (85 The Grove, Christchurch BH23 2HN). Curtis. 1987. viii, 186p.
A few questions
RCA. 2003. 1 compact disc.
A few quick ones
Wodehouse, P. G
London. Jenkins. 1959. 207p.,19cm.
A few quick ones
Wodehouse, P. G
London. Vintage. 1993. (208)p.
A few quick ones
Wodehouse, P. G
Sevenoaks. Coronet. 1978. 156p.
A few quick singles: cricket verse
[S.l. Pub. by the author. 19--].
A few quick tricks: new pocket cartoons
London. John Murray. 1965.
A few reasons for advocating a state medical service
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. c. 1912.
A few reasons for leaving the national established mode of worship: addressed principally to those who attend at the Place calledSt Giles's Church, Reading
London. printed by James Phillips. 1795.
A few recipes
London. Escoffier. 1907.
A few recollections of one beloved by a large circle of friends, Catherine Roxburgh
(Glasgow). (s.n.). (1899). 30p.
A few records of an old firm
(London. Travers. 1924). 74 p.
A few reflections: occasioned by the persusal of a work, entitled, "Familiar Epistles, to Frederick J-S... on the present state of the Irishstage."
O'Kelley, Francis J
Dublin (Anglesea-Street). Printed by J. Parry. 1804. 77 [i.e. 78]p.
A few reflections, occasioned by the perusal of a work, entitled, "Familiar epistles, to Frederick J---s Esq. on the present state of the Irish stage"
Morgan, Sydney ; Croker, John Wilson ; Jones, Frederick Edward
Dublin. J. Parry. 1804. 77 p.
A few reflections on passing events
London. printed for J.J. Stockdale. 1811. 29,p.
A few reflections on the rights, duties, obligations, & advantages of hospitality
London. C.H.W. Wyman. 1885. 71 p.
A few remarks
London. Heinemann. 1903.
A few remarks addressed to the sugar refiners of Great Britain
(London. 1868). 12 p.
A Few remarks on a pamphlet by Mr Shilleto, entitled "Thucydides or Grote?
Cambridge. J. Deighton. 1851. 87p.