An arrant knave & other plays
MacKaye, Steele ; MacKaye, Percy
Bloomington. Indiana University Press. 1964. xvii, 231p.

An arrant thiefe, whom every man may trust: with a comparison betweene a thiefe and a booke
Taylor, John
London. Gosson. 1622. (42) p.

A narration of the late accident in the New-Exchange, on the 21 and 22 of November
Sa, Pantaleon
London. 1653. 14 p.

A narration of the life of Mr Henry Burton: wherein is set forth the various and remarkable passages thereof, his sufferings, supports, comforts, and deliverances : now published for the benefit of all those that either doe of may suffer for the cause of Christ
Burton, Henry
London. [s.n.]. 1643.

A narration of the most material parliamentary proceedings of this present Parliament and their armies, in their civil and martialaffairs: Which Parliament began the third of November, 1640. and the remarkable transactions are continued until this yeer
Vicars, John
London. Printed for Th. Jenner. 1651. 30 p.

A narrativa africana de expressao oral
Rosario, Lourencʹo Joaquim da Costa
Lisboa. Instituto de Cultura e Lingua Portuguesa. 1989.

A narrativa de Castelao: xenese e desenvolvemento
Rosales, Manuel
Santiago de Compostela. Sotelo Blanco. 1997.

A narrativa de ficcʹao
Ataide, Vicente
Sao Paulo. McGraw-Hill do Brasil. 1974, c1973. 169 p.

A narrativa galega actual (1975-1984): unha historia social
Gonzalez-Millan, Xoan
Vigo. Edicions Xerais de Galicia.

A narrative: essay on a liberal education
Hawtrey, S
London. Hamilton, Adams and Co. 1868.

A narrative
Settle, Elkanah
London. Printed, and are to be sold by T. Graves for the Author. 1683. 25 p.

A narrative analysis of three middle English romances
Page, Ruth Elizabeth
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1999.

A narrative and authentic report of the proceedings at the election for knights of the shire for the county of Norfolk ... 1802
Norwich. Stevenson & Matchett. 1802.

A narrative and authentic report of the proceedings at the election for knights of the shire, for the county ofNorfolk, from its commencement July 12th, to the close of the scrutiny on the 28th of August, 1802
Norwich. Stevenson & Matchett. 1802.

A narrative and declaration of the dangerous design against the Parliament & kingdom: carried on in the county of Kent and elsewhere, under the specious pretence of petitioning. Also a declaration (published in the name) of the counties of Kent, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, to the army under the command of the Lord Fairfax
London. E. Husband. June 8. 1648. 22 p.

A narrative and declaration of the dangerous design against the Parliament & kingdom carried on in the county of Kent and elswhere, under the specious pretence of petitioning: also a declaration (published in the name) of the counties of Kent, Essex, Middlesex, Surrey, to the Army under the command of the Lord Fairfax : together with several papers of dangerous consequence, and observations thereupon
London. Printed for Edward Husband. June 8. 1648.

A narrative and imparital discovery of the horrid Popish Plot: carried on for the burning and destroying the cities of London and Westminster, with the suburbs, &c. : setting forth the several consults, orders, and resolutions of the Jesuites, &c. concerning the same, and divers depositions and informations, relating thereunto : neverbefore printed
Bedloe, William
London. Printed for Robert Boulter, John Hancock, Ralph Smith and Benjamin Harris, Booksellers in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange. 1679. 27 p., plates.

A narrative and impartial discovery of the horrid popish plot: carried on for the burning and destroying the cities of London and Westminster, with their suburbs, &c. : setting forth the several consults, orders and resolutions of the Jesuites &c. concerning the same and divers depositions and informations, relating thereunto
Bedloe, William
London. printed for Robert Boulter, John Hancock, Ralph Smith, and Benjamin Harris. 1679. [12], 27, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative by John Ashburnham of his attendance on King Charles the First from Oxford to the Scotch army: and from Hampton-Court to the Isle of Wight : to which is prefixed a vindication of his character and conduct from the misrepresentations of Lord Clarendon
Ashburnham, John

A narrative by John Ashburnham of his attendance on King Charles the First from Oxford to the Scotch Army, and from Hampton-Court to the Isle of Wight: to which is prefixed A vindication of his character... and conduct, from the misrepresentations of Lord Clarendon
Ashburnham, John ; Clarendon, Edward Hyde ; Ashburnham, George Ashburnham
London. Payne and Foss (etc.). 1830. 2 v.

A narrative companion
Smith, Andrew
[Fakenham. the Author]. [199-].

A narrative containing a vindication of Aldermann Clegg's conduct as a member of the Common Council of ... Liverpool and as member of the Common Council of ... Liverpool and as a candidate for the office of mayor
Clegg, Joseph
(Liverpool. 1757). 31 p.

A narrative enquiry into black counselling practitioners perceptions of the impact of colour differences in the black counsellor white client counselling dyad
Sikpa, Sarah N
London. University of Surrey Roehampton. 2004.

A narrative-essay on a liberal education: chiefly embodied in the account of an attempt to give a liberal education to children of the working classes
Hawtrey, Stephen Thomas
London. Hamilton, Adams, and Co. 1868. 102 p.

A narrative exploration of identity in personal mobility practices
Brooks, Jennifer
2004.

A narrative history of people and forests between the Great Lakes: ca.1000 B.C. to ca 1500 A.D
Schoenbrun, David Lee
Boston. African Studies Center, Boston University. 1995. 26p.

A Narrative history of the Prai River wharves from 1899 to date, including the question of siltage
Bryson, H. P ; Palmer, A ; Ivens, F. B
[Kuala Lumpur. s.n. 1924]. 61p.

A narrative meant to remain as a record of the exertions made by the committee who were appointed by the agent of the Most Noble the Marquis of Hertford, K.G., to select a site for the intended new cemetery (liberally granted by His Lordship,) for the useof the inhabitants of Lisburn, of all denominations, with the view of discontinuing the use of the ancient and over-filled burying places
Beatty, David
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 1867. 45p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of an excursion to Ireland by the Deputy Governor, two members of the Court, and the Assistant Secretary of the honorable Irish Society of London 1825
London). printed by Charles Skipper (St. Dunstan's Hill. 103p.

A narrative of an excursion to Ireland, by the Deputy Governor, two members of the Court, and theAssistant Secretary, of the Honourable Irish Society of London, 1825
Gorst, Gilpin
London. printed by Charles Skipper. [1925]. 103 p.

A narrative of an exploratory visit to each of the consular cities of China, and to the islands of Hong Kong and Chusan: in behalf of the Church Missionary Society, in the years 1844, 1845, 1846
Smith, George
London. Seeley, Burnside & Seeley. 1847. iv, 532 p., [13] leaves of plates (inc. front.).

A narrative of a nine months' residence in New Zealand in 1827
Earle, Augustus
Christchurch. Whitcombe & Tombs. 1909. 232p.

A narrative of a nine months' residence in New Zealand in1827: together with a journal of a residence in Tristan D'Acunha, an island situated between South America and the Cape of Good Hope
Earle, Augustus
London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman. 1832. x, 371 p., plates.

A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa
Backhouse, James
London. Hamilton, Adams, and Co... [et al.]. 1844. xvi, 648, lvi p.

A Narrative of captivity in Abyssinia: with some account of the Late Emperor Theo
Blanc, Henry
London. Cassell. 1986.

A narrative of captivity in Abyssinia: with some account of the late emperor Theodore, hiscountry and people
Blanc, Henry
London. Smith, Elder and co. 1868. xii, 409, (2) p.

A narrative of certain facts related by Mr. Lawrence of the Bear-Inn, Devizes: respecting his several conferences at London and Winchester, with the author of the late fires, at Portsmouth and Bristol
Lawrence, Thomas
London. Printed for T. Evans. 1777. 40p.

A narrative of changes in the ministry 1765-1767: told by the Duke of Newcastle in a series of letters to John White MP
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles ; Bateson, Mary
London. Longmans, Green and Co. 1898. xiv, 174 p.

A narrative of events affecting the position and prospects of the whole Christian Church
Woodhouse, Francis Valentine
[U.K.]. printed for private circulation. 1885.

A narrative of events connected with the first abdicationof the Emperor Napoleon: his embarkation at Frejus and voyage to Elba, on board His Majesty's ship Undaunted
Ussher, Thomas ; Laborde, Etienne de
Dublin. Grant and Bolton. 1841. 100 p.

A narrative of events connected with the publication of "The tracts for the times": with reflections on existing tendencies to Romanism, and on the present duties and prospects of members of the Church
Palmer, William
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1843.

A narrative of events connected with the publication of the 'Tracts for the times', with reflections on existing tendencies to Romanism, and on the present duties and prospects of members of the Church
Palmer, William
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1843.

A narrative of events since the 1st August 1834: together with the evidence taken under a commission appointed by the Colonial Office to ascertain the truth of the narrative
William, James
London. Printed for the Central Emancipation Committee. 1838.

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834
Williams, James ; Paton, Diana
Durham, NC . Duke University Press. 2001. lxiii, 141 p.

A narrative of events, that have lately taken place in Ireland among the Society called Quakers: with corresponding documents, and occasional observations
Rathbone, William
London. Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church yard, London : sold by Gilbert and Hodges, Dublin, and Archer and Ward, Belfast. 1804. v, [1], 225, [1], 68p.

A narrative of events which have recently occurred in the island of Ceylon
Gentleman on the spot
London. printed for T. Egerton. 1815.

A narrative of facts: in contradiction of the many falshoods, contained in James Thistlethwaite's address to Mr. Henry Burgum, in Bonner and Middleton's bristol journal of Saturday January 7, 1775 : respecting a mock herioc poem entitled The Consultation
Burgum, Henry
Bristol. [s.n.]. 1775. 28p.

A narrative of facts: supposed to throw light on the history of the Bristol stranger : known by the name of The Maid of the Hay-Stack
London. Printed for H. Gardner. 1785. 76p.

A Narrative of facts in refutation of certain statements which have appeared in the Glasgow Chronicle relative to the state of eccliastical affairs in Gorbals: with an appendix, by permission, containing the whole of the minutes of Session, and correspondence between them and the heritors, respecting the management of the poor, and the extraordinary case of the Beadle
Glasgow. Printed by John Graham & Co. and sold by W. Turnbull. 1823. 28, 19p.

A narrative of facts relating to a prosecution for high treason: including the address to the jury, which the court refused to hear : with letters to the Attorney General ... and the defence the author had prepared , if he had been brought to trail
Holcroft, Thomas
London. printed for H. D. Symonds. 1795. 136p., 79p.

A narrative of facts relating to some time-keepers: constructed by Mr. Thomas Mudge, for the discovery of the longitude at sea : together with observations upon the conduct of the Astronomer Royal respecting them
Mudge, Thomas
London. Printed for Thomas Payne. 1792. viii, 94 p.

A narrative ... of his attendenance on King Charles the First: to which is prefixed a vindication of his character and conduct ... by his ... descendant [George, 3rd earl of Ashburnham]
Ashburnham, John ; Ashburnham, George Ashburnham
London. Payne and Foss. 1830.

A narrative of home work
Hull, Catherine Frances
Printed for private circulation. 1912.

A narrative of iniquities and barbarities practised at Rome in the nineteenth century
Ciocci, Raffaele
2nd ed.

A narrative of Italian travels in Persia, in the fifteenth and sixteen centuries
Grey, Charles ; Angiolelli, Giovanni Maria degli ; Alessnndri, Vincentio d'
London. Printed for the Hakluyt society. 1873. 2 p. 1., xvii,, 229, (1) p., 2 l.

A narrative of Lord Byron's last journey to Greece
Gamba, Pietro
London. John Murray. 1825. xii, 307 p.

A narrative of Lord Byron's last journey to Greece
Gamba, Pietro
Paris. published by A. and W. Galignani. 1825. viii,314p.

A narrative of military transactions in the Mediterranean, 1805-1810
Bunbury, Henry
London. Printed by T. & W. Boone. 1851. xiii, 274p.8c23cm.

A narrative of missionary enterprises in the South Sea Islands: with remarks upon the natural history of the islands, origin, languages, traditions, and usages of the inhabitants
Williams, John ; Baxter, George
London. published for the author by J. Snow. 1837. xviii, 590 p., plates.

A narrative of missionary enterprises in the South Sea Islands: with remarks upon the natural history of the islands, origin, languages, traditions,and usages of the inhabitants
Williams, John
London. John Snow. 1841. ix, 154p.

A narrative of my professional adventures: (1790-1839)
Dillon, William Henry ; Lewis, Michael Arthur
(London). Navy Records Society. 1953-1956. 2 v.

A narrative of my professional adventures(1790-1839)
Dillon, William Henry ; Lewis, Michael A
(Greenwich). Navy Records Society. 1953. 468p.,ill.,24cm.

A narrative of Napoleon Buonaparte's journey from Fountainebleau to Frejus, in April, 1814
Waldberg, Frederich Ludwig Truchess
London. printed for W. Pople. 1815. 21cm.

A narrative of proceedings in Venezuela, in South America, in the years 1819 and 1820
Chesterton, George Laval
London. John and Arthur Arch. 1820.

A narrative of proceedings tending towards a national reformation: previous to, and consequent upon, His Majesty's royal proclamation, for the suppression of vice and immortality in a letter to a friend
Glasse, Samuel
London. Printed for J. Robson and W. Clarke (et al.). 1787. 61 p.

A narrative of results
Clifford-Smith, J. L
London. Effingham Wilson. 1883. viii, 190 p.

A narrative of Sir George Rooke's late voyage to the Mediterranean: where he commanded as admiral of the confederate fleet; with a description of Gibraltar, and observations on the usefulness and importance of that place which was attack'd and taken by the said fleet, and now remains in the possession of the allies; an account also of the naval battle fought betwixt the confederates and French king's fleets, with a judgment of the event, in a letter to a person of quality
Rooke, George
London. Printed for Benj. Tooke. 1704. 29 p.

A narrative of some extraordinary things that happened to Mr. Giles's children at the Lamb, without Lawford's-Gate, Bristol: supposed to be the effect of Witchcraft
Durbin, Henry
Bristol. Printed by R. Edwards. 1800. 60p.

A narrative of some facts, etc.(Braunston)
Daventry. 1835.

A narrative of some of the Lord's dealings with George Muller
Muller, George
London. J. Nisbet. 1856. 403p.

A narrative of some passages in the great war with France, 1799-1810
Bunbury, Henry
London. Richard Bent. 1854. 274p.

A Narrative of some proceedings in the management of Chelsea Hospital
London. 1753. 95 p.

A narrative of some remarkable incidents, in the life of Solomon Bayley: formerly a slave in the state of Delaware, North America
Bayley, Solomon
Ann Arbor. University Microfilms. 1980.

A narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper from American slavery
Roper, Moses
London. Harvey and Darton. 1839.

A narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper from American slavery
Roper, Moses
New York. Negro Universities Press. (1970). xii, 108 p.

A narrative of the apprehending, commitment, arraignment, condemnation, and execution of John James who suffered at Tiburne, Novemb. the 26th 1661
James, John
London. 1662. 47 p.

A narrative of the attempted escapes of Charles the First from Carisbrook Castle..., including the letters of the king to Colonel Titus
Hillier, George ; Charles
London. Bentley. 1852.

A narrative of the Battle of St Vincent: with anecdotes of Nelson before and after that battle
Bethune, Drinkwater
London. William R. Blackmore. 1969.

A narrative of the Battle of St. Vincent: with anecdotes of Nelson before and after that battle
Drinkwater, John
London. Blackmore. 1969. (i), xii, 97 p.

A narrative of the Boer War: its causes and answers
Carter, Thomas Fortescue
London. John MacQueen. 1900.

A narrative of the Bristol riots, on the 29th, 30th, and 31st of October, 1831
Somerton, W. H
Bristol. Printed and sold at The Mercury office. [c1831?]. 40p.

A narrative of the British Auxiliary Legion: with incidents, anecdotes, and sketches of all parties connected with the war in Spain, from a journal of personal observation
Somerville, Alexander
Glasgow. Muir, Gowans & Co. 1838. 288p.

A narrative of the British Embassy to China, in the years 1792, 1793 and 1794: containing the various circumstances of the Embassy, with accounts of customs and manners of the Chinese; and a description of the country, towns, cities, etc. etc
Anderson, Aeneas
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1795.

A narrative of the Briton's voyage to Pitcairn's Island: including an interesting sketch of the present state of the Brazils and of Spanish South America
Shillibeer, J
London. Law and Whittaker. 1818. [xii], 180p., [16] plates (some folded).

A narrative of the Briton's voyage to Pitcairn's Island: including an interesting sketch of the present state of the Brazils and of Spanish South America
Shillibeer, J
London. printed for Law and Whittaker. 1817. vii, [5], 180 p.

A narrative of the building and a description of the construction of the Edystone lighthouse with stone: to which is subjoined, an appendix giving some account of the lighthouse on the Spurn Point, built upon a sand
Smeaton, John
London. Printed by T. Davison for Longman Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1813. xiv, 198p.

A narrative of the campaign in Russia, during the year 1812
Porter, Robert Ker
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1814. xii, 434 p., 2 fold. leaves of plates.

A narrative of the campaign in Russia in 1812: interspersed with full descriptions of those melancholy and picturesque scenes of which the writer was an eyewitness
Labaume, Eugene
London. printed by T. Chaplin,... for the proprietors. 1815.

A narrative of the campaign in the valley of the Shenandoah: in 1861
Patterson, Robert
Philadelphia. [s. n.]. 1865. 128p.

A narrative of the campaign of the British armny in Spain: commanded by His Excellency Sir John Moore
Moore, James Carrick
London. J. Johnson. 1809. xix, 388, 136 p.

A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain: commanded by His Excellency Sir John Moore
Moore, James Carrick ; Moore, John
London. J. Johnson. 1809. xii, 238, 89 p.

A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain, commanded by his excellency Lieut.- General Sir John Moore: authenticated by official papers and original letters
Moore, James
London. J. Johnson. 1809.

A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain, commanded by his excellency Lieut.-General Sir JohnMoore, K.B. &c. &c. &c: authenticated by official papers and original letters
Moore, James
London. J. Johnson. 1809.

A narrative of the campaign of the British army in Spain, commanded by his excellency Lieut-General Sir John Moore K.B etc
Moore, Sir John
London. Joseph Johnson. 1809. 327p.

A narrative of the campaigns of the British army at Washington and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, in the years 1814 and 1815: with some account of the countries visited
Gleig, G. R
London. John Murray. 1821. 377p.

A Narrative of the Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans under Generals Ross, Pakenham and Lambert in the Years 1814 and 1815 with some account of the countries visited
London. John Murray. 1821. 377p.

A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner: (U.S. interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie) during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin
London. Baldwin & Cradock, Paternoster Row, Thomas Ward, 84 High Holborn. 1830. 426p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner (U. S.interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie,) during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin
London. Baldwin & Cradock. 1830. 426 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the captivity & removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
Rowlandson, Mary White
[Temecula, Calif. Reprint Services. 1991]. 122p.

A narrative of the capture and destruction of the steamer 'Caroline' and her descent over the falls of Niagara on the night of the 29th December, 1837: with a correspondence
Drew, Andrew
London. Spottiswoode & Co. 1864. 31p.

A narrative of the changes in the ministry, 1765-1767: told by the Duke of Newcastle in a series of letters to John White, M.P
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles ; Bateson, Mary
London, New York (etc.). Longmans, Green, and co. 1898. xiv, 174 p.

A narrative of the circumstances which led to fixing the lights in Hasbro Gatt, the light at the Goodwin, and the proposition for a light near the sunk sand; with occasional observations
Taylor, H
London. printed by James Phillips. 1796.

A narrative of the conduct of the tea-dealers during the late sale of teas at the India House
London. Printed for T. Cadell. 1785.

A narrative of the confinement and exile of William Steel Dickson: formerly minister of the Presbyterian congregations of Ballyhalbert and Portaferry, in the county of Down, and now of Keady, in the county of Armagh. To which is annexed, an account of an assault committed on the author, September 9th, 1811, on his returnfrom the Catholic meeting in the city of Armagh; with a sketch of proceedings consequent thereon
Dickson, William Steel
Dublin. Printed for the author, by J. Stockdale. 1812. xv, 371, 118p.

A narrative of the confinement and exile of William Steel Dickson, D.D: formerly Minister of the Presbyterian congregations of Ballyhalbert and Portaferry, in the county of Down, and now of Keady, in the county of Armagh : To which is annexed, an account of an assault committed on the author, September 9th. 1811, on his return from the Catholic meeting in the city of Armagh; with a sketch of proceedings consequent thereon
Dickson, William Steel
Dublin). Printed for the author (71, Abbey-street). 1812. xv,371,118p.

A narrative of the conversion from popery of the Rev. G. Cerioni and the Rev. L.D. Moscardi: including several letters, and much interesting information connected with the same subject
Cerioni, Giovanni
London. Arthur Hall & Co. 1852. iii, 187 p.

A narrative of the cruelties inflicted upon Friends of North Carolina Yearly Meeting during the years 1861 to 1865: in consequence of their faithfulness to the Christian view of the unlawfulness of war
London. Printed by Edward Newman, 9, Devonshire Street, Bishopgate. M. DCCC. LXVIII. 28 p.

A narrative of the death of Captain James Cook: to which are added some particulars concerning his life and character and observations respecting the introduction of the venereal disease into the Sandwich Islands
Samwell, David
London. for G. G. J. and J. Robinson. 1786. [4],34p.

A narrative of the depositions of Robert Jenison, esq
Chetwind, Charles ; Jenison, Robert
London. Printed for Henry Hills, Thomas Parkhurst (etc.). 1679. 13 p.

A narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his companions: the voyage of the `Fox' in the Arctic Seas
McClintock, Francis Leopold
London. John Murray. 1859. xxvii, 403p.

A narrative of the disease and death of that noble gentleman John Pym esquire, late Member of the Honourable House of Commons, attested underthe hands of his physicians, chyrugions, and apothecary
London. printed for John Bartlett. 1643.

A narrative of the disinterment of Milton's coffin in the parish church of St. Giles, Cripplegate, etc
Neve, Philip
London. Printed for T. and J. Egerton. 1790.

A narrative of the disinterment of Milton's coffin, in the parish-church of St. Giles, Cripple-gate, on Wednesday, 4th of August, 1790: and of the treatment of the corpse, during that, and the following day
Neve, Philip
London. Printed for T. and J. Egerton. 1790. 50 p.

A narrative of the dreadful riots and burnings: which occurred in Bristol on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, the 29th, 30th, 31st of October 1831 : and the destruction of property and lives consequent upon them
Bristol. Printed by P. Rose. 1831. 24p.

A narrative of the dreadful shipwreck of the Vryheid, (late the Melville-Castle)... a Dutch Indiaman, bound to the Cape of Good-Hope, which was wrecked off Dymchurch Wall, near Dover, Nov. 23, 1802, by which catastrophe, 454 persons perished!
London. printed for Tegg and Castleman. [18--].

A narrative of the early life and services of Captain D. Macdonald, I. N: embracing an unbroken period of twenty-two years : extracted from his journal, and other official documents
Macdonald, David
Weymouth. Benson and Barling. [1840]. 303p.

A narrative of the events which have taken place in France: with an account of the present state of society and public opinion
Williams, Helen Maria
London. J. Murray. 1816. 390 p.

A narrative of the expedition sentby Her Majesty's government to the river Niger, in 1841: under the command of Captain H. D. Trotter, R.N
Allen, William ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood
London. Richard Bentley. 1848. 2 v., plates.

A narrative of the expedition to Algiers in the year 1816: under the command of the Right Hon. Admiral Lord Viscount Exmouth
Salame, Abraham V
London. J. Murray. 1819. cxli, 230 p., plates.

A narrative of the expedition to Botany Bay: with an account of New South Wales, its productions, inhabitants
Tench, Watkin
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1789.

A narrative of the expedition to Botany Bay; With an account of New South Wales, its productions, inhabitants, &c: To which is subjoined, a list of the civil and military establishments at Port Jackson
Tench, Watkin
Dublin. printed for Messrs. H. Chamberlaine. 1789. vi,[4],146p.

A narrative of the expedition to Holland in the autumn of the year 1799
Walsh, E
London. G.G. & J. Robinson. 1800.

A narrative of the expedition to the Rivers Orinoco and Apure in South America which sailed from England in November 1817 and joined the patriotic forces in Venezuela and Caraccas
Hippisley, G
London. John Murray. 1819. xix, 653p.

A narrative of the experience and sufferings of William Dodd, a factory cripple
Dodd, William
London. L. & G. Seeley. 1841.

A narrative of the extraordinary case of Geo. Lukins of Yatton, Somersetshire who was possessed of evil spirits for neareighteen years
Bristol. by Bulgin and Rosser. 1788.

A narrative of the Grand Festival at Yarmouth on Tuesday, the 19th of April, 1814: with an appendix containing copies of all the handbills which were published on the occasion, a list of the subscribers and an account of expenditure
Cory, Robert
Yarmouth. Keymer. 1814.

A narrative of the grand volunteer review in Hyde park on Saturday the twenty-third of June 1860
Sala, George Augustus
London. Tinsley. (1860). 30 p.

A narrative of the great victory obtained by the Lord Generall in Kent ... and a declaration of the ... proceedings of both Housesof Parliament with those in ... Kent
London. R. Ibbitson. 1648. 6 p.