A Lesson Before Dying
Addictive Films Home Video. 2003. 1 videocassette (85min).
A lesson-by-lesson strategy for the teaching of gymnastics in the first school
Thomas, Sandra ; Jones, Carolyn A
[Newcastle upon Tyne]. [University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Physical Education and Sport]. 1986.
A lesson for ladies: a comedy, in three acts
Buckstone, John Baldwin
London. Chapman and Hall. [1838?]. 38p.,  leaf of plates.
A lesson for teacher
Mansfield, John M
(London). BBC Enterprises. 1976. 1 videocassette.
A lesson for teacher
London. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1977. Videorecording.
A lesson for us all
London. BBC. 1997. 1 videocassette (50 min.).
A lesson from a bed-quilt
Birmingham. C. Caswell. [18--?].
A lesson in biography; or, How to write the life of one's friend: being an extract from the life of Dr. Pozz, in ten volumes, folio, written by James Bozz
Edinburgh. Aungervyle Society. 1887.
A lesson in dying
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1992. (307)p.
A lesson in dying
London. Allison & Busby. 1999, c1990. 191p.
A lesson in dying
London. Century. 1990. 202p.
A lesson in elementary economics
London. Collet's Bookshops. [ca.192-?]. 16p.
A Lesson in gender
Ipswich. Concord. . 1 videocassette (38 min.).
A lesson in law
Bentley (Western Australia). Colonial Publishing. 2002. viii, 42p.
A lesson in love: a comedy in three acts
Cheltnam, Charles Smith
London. Thomas Hailes Lacy. [1864?].
A lesson in loving
London. Hale. 1972. 159p.
A lesson in loving
London. Mills & Boon. 1975. 186p.
A lesson in music
Providence, R.I. Burning Deck. c1992. 62p.
A lesson in safety
Birmingham. NASUWT. . 1 videocassette (25 min.hsd.).
A lesson in social discovery
Bristol. Venture 12 Publications. 1979.
A lesson in socialism from Jack London's "White Fang"
[Manchester]. [The author]. [ca. 1910?]. 16p.
A lesson in the Feldenkrais method
Arts Documentation Unit. 1997. 1 VHS Videocassette (66 mins).
A lesson in the translation of a passage in the prayer book and its interpretation
St. Helens. Jewish War Memorial. 1922.
A lesson learned the hard way
Clifford, Mark L
A lesson on shape
Hertford. Hertsmedia. 1989. 1 videocassette (59 minutes).
A lesson with David Leadbetter: Simple secrets for great golf
Firefly Entertainment. 2003. 1 videodisc (DVD) (70mins).
A Lesson with Gary Chaffee: learning to be creative
Miami, Fl. CPP Media. 1996. 1 videocassette (54 min.).
A lesson with Jack Nicklaus
[London]. PolyGram Video. 1993. 1 videocassette (60 min).
A lesson with Leadbetter: the short game
Telstar Video. 1991. 1 videocassette (90 mins).
A lesson with Leadbetter: the swing
London. Telstar Video. 1996. 1 videocassette (45mins).
A lesson with Ludger Beerbaum
Horsham. Equestrian Vision. [n.d.]. 1 videocassette (65 min).
A Less than perfect union: alternative perspectives on the U.S. Constitution
New York. Monthly Review Press. c1988. vii, 424 p.
A less wa al kelab
Egypt. Maktabat Mesr. [200-?].
A L'estampida: medieval dance music
Continuum. 1991. 1 compactdisc (67min.).
A l'Est d'Eden: Tome II
A l'est d'Eden: roman
Mondiales. 1990, c1954. 694 p.
A l'est du soleil et a l'ouest de la lune: contes anciens du Nord
Paris. Piazza. 1919.
A l'est, en Europe: des economies en transition
Paris. Presses de la Fondationnationale des sciences politiques. c1990.
A Lester Young reader
Washington . Smithsonian Institution Press. 1991. 323p., p. of plates.
Al estilo frances
Barcelona. Editorial Planeta. 1966.
Beynon, Francis Marion
London. Virago. 1988. xv,254p.
Aletas de tiburon
La Habana. Ediciones Huracan. 1975.
Athena. Dorikos. 1985.
Aleteiya. Elegiya Pushkina 'Vospominaniya' i problemy ego poetiki
Wien. [s.n.]. 1982.
A lethal fixation
London. Constable. 1993. 207p.
A lethal involvement
London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1995. 312p.
A lethal vintage
London. Joseph. 1988. (272)p.
A lethal vintage
Sphere. 1989. 300p.
Aletheies kai psemata
Athens. Charlenik Ellas. 2004. 158p.
MacCoinnich, Cailein Tormod
Glaschu. Roinn nan canan Ceilteach, Oilthigh Ghlaschu. 1971. 115p.
Alethetropic logic: a posthumous work
London. W. Heinemann. (1953). 346 p.
Aletler ve Adetler
Istanbul. Akyayinlari. 1987. 101 p.
A letra e o leitor
Coelho, Jacinto do Prado
Lisboa. Moraes. 1977. 265 p.
The ale trail
Orpington. Eric Dobby. 1995. 256p.
A letra litoral: ensaios sobra a literatura e seu ensino
Coelho, Eduardo Prado
Lisboa. Moraes Editores. 1979.
Aletschgletscher 1:10,000: Stand September 1957
Wabern-Bern. Eidgenossische Landestopographie. 1960-64. 5 maps.
London. Swift and Co. [1868?]. 66p.
J.Murray. 1960. 58p., 21cm.
Scolar Press. 1969.
A letter (1575)
Menston. Scolar Press. 1968. 87p.,18cm.
A letter address'd to every honest man in Britain: and most respectfully submitted to the serious and patriotal [sic] perusal of the ministry. Demonstrating, that not only the honour, the interest, but even the preservation of Great Britain... To which is added, a postscript, ... The whole interspersed with proper remarks
Ferguson, C ; Cooper, John
London. printed for John Cooper, in Fleet-Street. 1738. vi, 50p.
A letter address'd to the Right honourable Brass Crosby, esq: Lord mayor of ... London, respecting the present high price of provisions
London. The Author. 1771. 22 p.
A letter addressed by Mr. John Gunn, M.A., late Rector of Irstead, Rural Dean, and chaplain to his late Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, to his parishioners on his resigning his preferment and retiring from the ministry
Norwich. Mercury Office. [c.1880].
A letter addressed by permission to the Right Honourable Lord Wrottesley, President of the Royal Society, concerning lithotomy
Gutteridge, Thomas ; Wrottesley, John
[Birmingham. James Upton, printer]. . 24 p.
A letter (addressed by permission) to the Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston, M.P. &c. &c. &c. on Cambridge University reform
Wilkins, J. W ; Palmerston, Henry John Temple
London. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1855. 30p.
(A letter addressed by the clerk of the Goldsmiths' Company) to Her majesty's commissioners appointed to enquire into the city of London livery companies
Prideaux, Walter Sherburne
(London. 1882). 41 p.
A letter addressed to a member of the House of Commons, on the Stat. 21, Hen. VIII. C. 13. and on the grievances to which the clergy are exposed in consequence of it: with hints and observations respecting a new bill
Truro. printed by J. Tregoning. 1802. ,41p.
A letter addressed to a member of the House of Commons on the subject of the notice given by Mr. Brougham, for a motion respecting the orders in council and the licence trade
London. printed for E. Budd. 1812. 21cm.
A letter addressed to a reverend gentleman on matters relative to a Presbyterian chapel not a hundred miles from Tewkesbury
London. D.S.Maurice. 1822.
A letter addressed to a society of Protestant dissenters in the west of England
Bransby, James Hews
London. Printed by C. Stower. 1806. 27p.
A letter addressed to Daniel O'Connell, Esq: containing a vindication of the political conduct of the Catholics of Ireland, for the last ten years, in reply to the false and malicious charge of the author of Faction unmasked
Lawless, John ; O'Connell, Daniel
Dublin. printed by Nolan. 1816. 53 p.
A letter addressed to Dr. Priestley, Messrs. Cavendish, Lavoisier and Kirwan; endeavouring to prove, that their newly adoptedopinions of inflammable and dephlogisticated airs, forming water, and the acids being compounded of the different kinds of air, are fallacious
Harrington, Robert ; Priestley, Joseph
London. Printed for R. Faulder; J. Murray; and R. Cust. 1788.
A letter addressed to Edward Ellice, Esq., M.P. on the ... influence of large establishments of apprentices producing unfair competition ... and decay of trade: With remarks on ... the ... policy of regulation
Powell, John ; Ellice, Edward
London. The Author. 1819. 32 p.
A letter, addressed to farmers and manufacturers: in which the writer endeavours to show the mischief likely to arise from too great a use of machinery, and from too great an importation of foreign corn
York. J. Wolstenholme. .
A letter addressed to Her Majesty's justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex: on the subject of the increase of inquests
London. Homan. (1839). 43 p.
A letter addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk: on occasion of Mr.Gladstone's recent expostulation
Newman, John Henry
London. B.M. Pickering. 1875. 131 p.
A letter addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk on occasion of Mr. Gladstone's recent expostulation
Newman, John Henry
London. B.M. Pickering. 1875. 131 p.
A letter addressed to his grace the Duke of Somerset, Chairman of the Royal Commission on Unseaworthy Ships
London. Printed by Virtue and Co. for private circulation only. .
A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq: chairman of the Committee at the Crown and Anchor; on the subject of Parliamentary reform
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas ; Cartwright, John
London. Printed by J. M'Creery, for Constable, Hunter, Park & Hunter, (etc.). 1809. 22 p.
A letter addressed to John Hancock, of Lisburn, containing observations upon his book, entitled, Reasons for withdrawing from society with the people called Quakers
Rider, Job ; Hancock, John ; Ewart, Lavens Mathewson
Belfast. Printed by Doherty & Simms. 1801. 24p.
A letter, addressed to John Whitemore, Esq., M.P. ... pointing out the impolicy of the proposed measureof obtaining a supply of coal from the manufacturing districts to the metropolis: the causes of the high price of coal, and the means of an immediate and continued reduction of price
MacNab, Henry Grey
London. Griffiths. 1801. 52 p.
A letter addressed to John Whitemore Esq., M.P. ... pointing out the impolicy of the proposedmeasure of obtaining a supply of coal from the manufacturing districts to the metropolis the causes of the high price of coal and the means of an immediate and continued reduction of price
MacNab, Henry Grey ; Whitemore, John
London. by V. Griffiths. 1801.
A letter addressed to Mr. Jabet of Birmingham: shewing that he richly merits the indignation of all the labouring people in the kingdom, and of his townsmen, the people of Birmingham in particular : and that the late disturbances in that town have arisen from the provoking falsehoods published and posted up by him
Coventry. printed and sold by J. Aston. . 18cm.
A letter addressed to Rowland Burdon, Esq. M.P. on the present state of the carrying part ofthe coal trade: with tables of several of the duties on coals received by the corporation of the city of London
London. Printed by T. Davidson. 1802. iv, 33 p.
A letter addressed to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P. in consequence of the unqualified approbation expressed by him in the House of Commons, of Mr. Lancaster's system of education; the religious part of which is here shewn to be incompatible with the safetyof the established church, and, in its tendency, subversive of Christianity itself
Bowles, John ; Whitbread, Samuel
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1807. 64p.
A letter addressed to Samuel Whitbread ... in consequence of the unqualified approbation expressed by him inthe House of Commons, of Mr. Lancaster's system of education
London. printed for J. Hatchard. 1807.
A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North America: in which the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the Revolution of Amreica (sic) are corrected and cleared up (etc)
Paine, Thomas ; Raynal
London. printed for J. Ridgeway. M,DCC,XII (1712). 36 p.
A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North-America: in which the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up
Dublin. reprinted for E. Lynch. 1782. 76p.
A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the affairs of North America in which the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up
London. printed for J. Ridgeway. 1792. 46p.
A letter addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation
London. printed... by the booksellers. 1792.
A letter addressed to ... the Bishop of London
London. Hatchard. 1850. 14 p.
A letter addressed to the Cathedral Chapter Commission
Caley, Robert Llewellyn
[S.l.]. Printed for circulation among the members of "The Cathedral Commission" only. . 7p.
A letter addressed to the Catholic clergy of England: on the appointment of bishops
[London. Printed by J.P. Coghlan. 1790]. 22 p.
A letter addressed to the Catholic clergy of England: on the appointment of bishops : to which are added further considerations on the same subject, and on the conduct of English catholics, from the reign of Queen Elizabeth to the present time
London. Printed by J.P. Coghlan. 1792. 205 p.
A letter addressed to the Catholics of England
London. printed for J.P. Coghlan. 1792. , 28, iii, , 46 p.
A letter addressed to the Central Board of Health: written with the view of establishing rational principles for the treatment of cholera; and shewing the danger of the mode of practice at present generally followed
French, John George
London. C.J.G. & F. Rivington. . 22 p.
A letter addressed to the citizens of Cork
Cork. Printed by Edwards & Savage. 1808. 15p.
A letter addressed to the commissioners of the Birmingham Street Act, in answer to the observations of Mr. Haines on the subject of the proposed new market-place
Birmingham. T. Knott, Jun. Printer. . 12p.
A letter addressed to ... the Duke of Richmond upon corporate reform
Stephens, John Archibald
London. Stevens & Sons. 1835. 64 p.
A letter addressed to the editor of the gentleman's magazine, and formerly published in that work: containing extracts from and references to acknowledged authorities, on the much misunderstood subject of tithes
Shipton, John Noble
Bristol. [s.n.]. 1831. 22p.
A letter addressed to the flock of Parson Sibson, Minister of Ashton, and Protestants in general: on his letters respecting indulgences, as granted by the Latin Church
Andrews, William Eusebius ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Sibson, Edmond
London. Printed by the author. . 24p.
A letter addressed to the gentlemen of England and Ireland, on the inexpediency of a federal-union between the two kingdoms
Jervis, John J. W ; Whitworth, John
Dublin. Printed by John Whitworth, 14, Exchange Street. 1798. 71,p.
A letter addressed to the Hon. Charles James Fox, in consequence of a publication entitled, A sketch ofthe character of the most noble Francis Duke of Bedford
London. printed by W. Mayer for F. and C. Rivington. .
A letter addressed to the Hon. Charles James Fox, in consequence of his speech in the House of Commons on thecharacter of the late most noble Francis Duke of Bedford
London. printed for F. and C. Rivington. .
A letter addressed to the Honorable the House of Commons on the necessity of an immediate attention to the state of the British coinage: in which a new, prompt, and efficacious remedy for its defects is proposed
London. published by J. Hatchard ... and J.M. Richardson. 1811.
A letter addressed to the Honourable and Right Reverend Thomas, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Cork and Ross, relative to an order issued by His Lordhsip at this primary visitation, for excluding clergymen unlicensed by him, from preaching occasionally in the pulpits of his dioceses: together with some observations on the existence and expediency of the right on which such order is said to be founded
Cork. John Connor. p.
A letter addressed to the inhabitants of the Parish of Filiskirk near Thirsk: but more particularly to those of the Town of Sutton-under-Whitestonecliff
Newcastle upon Tyne. printed by John Marshall. 1821. 42p.
A letter addressed to the inhabitants of Warwick: in answer to several charges of a very extraordinary kind
Birmingham. printed by J. Thompson; sold by J. Johnson, London. 1791. 40p.
A Letter addressed to the inhabitants of Warwick, in answer to several charges of a very extraordinary kind, advanced against the dissenters assembling at the Chapel, in High-Street, by the Rev. Mr. Miller, Vicar of St. Nicholas
Field, William ; Miller, Robert
Birmingham. Printed by J. Thompson. 1791.
A letter addressed to the Liverpool Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: onthe injurious effects of high prices of produce and the beneficial effects of low prices on the condition of slaves
Liverpool. printed by James Smith, published by Hatchard & Son. 1823. 32 p.
A letter addressed to the Livery of London
London. Printedby R. Clay, and sold by Burton and Smith. 1818. 11 p.
A letter addressed to the Lord Bishop of Worcester: being a refutation of a letter ny the Head Master of Kidderminster Grammar School
Kidderminster. Thomas Mark. [1847?]. 26p.
A letter addressed to the medical practitioners of Great Britain, on the subject of homoeopathy
Everest, Thomas Roupell
London. William Pickering. 1834.
A letter addressed to the members of the Church establishment, and of the dissenting Churches, at Stand
Manchester. Printed by Forrest and Fogg. 1838. 8p.
A letter addressed to the members of the congregation assembling in the Elder Yard Chapel, Chesterfield
Blythe, Alfred Turner
Chesterfield. Printed by J.E. Roberts. . 16 p.