A narrative of the Gunpowder Plot
London. John Murray. 1857. 344p.
A narrative of the historical events connected with the Sixty-Ninth Regiment
Butler, W. F
London. W. Mitchell. 1870. 130p.
A narrative of the important and interesting events in the history of Ireland, from the invasion of the Milesians to the present time: With a concise notice of the ancient O'Conors of Roscommon and Sligo
Dublin. M'Glashan & Gill. 1858. xii, 267p.
A narrative of the insurrection which happened in the Zemeedary of Banaris in ... August 1781: and of the transactions of the Governor-General in that district; with an appendix of authentic papers and affidavits
Calcutta. Printed by order of the Governor General. 1782. (283) p.
A narrative of the Irish Rebellion: between His Majestys forces and the United Irishmen in 1798: carefully collected from the bestauthorities
Dublin. C.M. Warren. 1848. 143 p.
A narrative of the late Parliament: (so called) their election and appearing, the seclusion of a great part of them, the sitting of the rest
(n.p.). 1657. 32 p.
A narrative of the life and distresses of Simon Mason, apothecary: containing a series of transactions and events, both interesting and diverting
Birmingham. printed for the author; and sold by F. Noble; and J. Noble. [1752?]. ,117,p.
A narrative of the life of Benjamin Childe who was executed at Langley-Broome in the county of Bucks: and afterwards hang'd in chains ... for robbing the Bristol mail
London. T. Payne. 1722. 31p.
A narrative of the life of David Crockett of the state of Tennessee
Lincoln. University of Nebraska Press. (1987). lvii, 211 p.
A narrative of the life of David Crockett, of the state of Tennessee
London. John Limbird. 1834.
A narrative of the life of James Pearse: containing a general account of his early life and...of five years residence in...Mississippi and Louisiana, and an account of his unfortunate imprisonment at Plattsburg in the state of new York
Chicago. Quadrangle Books. 1962.
A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibbler, Esq.[sic])written by herself : a facsimile reproduction of the second edition, 1755, together with illustrations and an introduction
Charke, Charlotte ; Ashley, Leonard R. N
Florida. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1969. x,281p.
A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E
Norman . University of Oklahoma Press. c1992. xiii,192p.
A narrative of the life of Mrs Mary Jemison
Seaver, James Everett
Gloucester (Mass). Peter Smith. 1975.
A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison: who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amongst them to the present time
Seaver, James Everett
New York. Random House. 1929.
A Narrative of the life of the reverend Mr. George Whitefield
London. T.Robert. [17-?]. 259p.
A narrative of the loss of H.M.S. Royal George, of 108 guns, sunk at Spithead, August 29th, 1782: with a concise account of Colonel Pasley's operations on the wreck in 1839 & 1840
Poortsmouth. John Miller. 1840.
A narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus and Piedmont transports and the Thomas, Golden Grove and Aeolus Merchant ships near Weymouth on Wednesday the 18th of November last
London. Sampson Low. 1796.
A narrative of the loss of the Grosvenor East Indiaman which was unfortunately wreckedupon the coast of Caffraria ... on the 4th of August 1782
Carter, George ; Hynes, John
London. for J. Murray and William Lane. 1791.
A narrative of the loss of the Kent by fire: in the Bay of Biscay on 1st of March, 1825
London (56 Paternoster-row, London). Religious Tract Society. [n.d.]. 36p.18cm.
A narrative of the loss of the Kent, by fire, in the Bay of Biscay, on the 1st of March, 1825, in aletter to a friend
[London. printed for the Religious Tract Society. 1825?]. 36p.
A narrative of the loss of the Kent East Indiaman
Edinburgh. Printed by W. Aitchison for The Religious Tract Society. [ca.1830]. 48p.
A narrative of the loss of the Kent East Indiaman, by fire, in the Bay of Biscay, on the 1st March, 1825, in a letter to a friend
Edinburgh. Published by Waugh & Innes... [et al]. 1825. 78p.
A narrative of the loss of the Kent East Indiaman, by fire, in the Bay of Biscay, on the1st March, 1825, in a letter to a friend
Paris. OECD. 1977. In 4 vols.
A narrative of the loss of the Mary Rose, at Spithead, July 20, 1545: from original manuscripts &c. in the British Museum
Portsea. S. Horsey. 1844.
A narrative of the loss of the Royal George, at Spithead, August, 1782: Tracey's attempt to raise her in 1783 : her demolition and removal by Major-General Pasley's operations in 1839-40-41-42 & 43
Slight, Julian ; Durham, Philip Charles Henderson
Portsea. S. Horsey. 1844. vi, 172 p., plates.
A narrative of the loss of the Royal George, at Spithead, August 1782: including Tracey's attempt to raise her in 1783, also Col. Pasley's operations in removing the ship by gunpowder in 1839-40-41-42 : bound in the wood of the wreck
Slight, Julian ; Horsey, S
Portsea. S. Horsey, Sen. 1843. 148p.
A narrative of the loss of the Winterton, East Indiaman, wrecked on the coast of Madagascar in 1792, and of the sufferings connected with that event: to which is subjoined, a short account of the natives of Madagascar, with suggestions as to their civilisation
Edinburgh. printed by Waugh and Innes. 1820.
A narrative of the military operations on the Coromandel coast, against the combined forcesof the French,Dutch, and Hyder Ally Cawn, from the year 1780 to the peace in 1784: in a series of letters in which are included many useful cautions
London. The author. 1789.
A narrative of the minutes of evidence respecting the claim to the Berkeley peerage, as taken before the Committee of privileges in 1811: Together with the entire evidence of the persons principally concerned. To which are added, facsimiles of the banns, and register of the marriage,extracted from the parish books of Berkeley. To the whole is prefixed, a sketch of the proceedings of the committee on the Earl of Berkeley's pedigree in the year 1799
Fitzhardinge, William Fitzhardinge Berkeley
London. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones; (etc., etc.). 1811. xii, 276 p.
A narrative of the mission sent by the governor-general of India to the court of Ava in 1855
Yule, Captain Henry
London. Smith, Elder and Co. 1858. 391p.
A narrative of the mission to Orissa: (the site of the Temple of Jugurnath) : supported by the New Connexion of General Baptists in England
Sutton, Amos ; Bailhache, Clement
Boston. Published by David Marks for the Free-will Baptist Connexion. 1833. ,iv-viii,,2-424p.
A narrative of the most remarkable events in the life of William the Third, King of England, and Prince of Orange: Also, a revised history of the siege of Londonderry : To which is addedxed, the annals of this city, &c. &c. &c
Derry. Printed by Mossom Hempton. 1823. 243p.
A narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, an African prince
Gronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw
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[A narrative of the northern affairs touching the proceedings of General Monck and the Lord Lambert]
[London]. [s.n.]. 1659.
A narrative of the operations of Captain Little's detachment and of the Mahratta army commanded by Purseram Bhow, during the late confederacy in India, against the Nawab Tippoo Sultan Bahadur
London. J. Johnson. 1794.
A narrative of the origin and progress of the prosecution against the Rev. Edward Evanson, late vicar of Tewkesbury
Tewkesbury. printed and sold by G. Robinson. 1778.
A narrative of the outrages lately committed in the County of Meath, not more than twenty-four miles from Dublin: with the proceedings of the Grand Jury thereon, at Lent assizes, 1773
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1773. 21p.
A narrative of the Peninsular War
Hay, Andrew Leith
Edinburgh. Lizars. 1831.
A narrative of the Peninsular War
Hay, Andrew Leith
London. John Hearne. 1839. xii, 451p.
A narrative of the persecution of the Christians in Madagascar: with details of the escape of the six Christian refugees now in England
Freeman, J. J ; Johns, D
London. John Snow. 1840. viii, 298 p.,  leaf of plates (front. col.).
A narrative of the principal circumstances relative to the Rev. Mr. Wesley's late conference: held in Bristol, August the 6th, 1771, at which the Rev. Mr. Shirley, and others, his friends, were present. ... In a letter to a friend
Shirley, Walter ; Gye, W ; Mills, Thomas ; Grabham ; Keith, George ; Gurney, Joseph ; Dilly, Charles ; Dilly, Edward
Bath. printed by W. Gye, for T. Mills; and to be had of Mrs. Grabham, Bristol; Keith, Dilly, and Gurney, London; and all the booksellers in town and country. 1771. 24p.
A narrative of the principle events of the campaigns of 1809, 1810 and 1811, in Spain and Portugal; interspersed with remarks on local scenery and manners: in a series of letters
London. P. Martin. 1812.
A narrative of the proceedings against John Wilkes, Esq: from his commitment in April 1763, to his outlawry
London. Richardson and Urquhart. 1768. 48 p.
A narrative of the proceedings at the sessionshouse in the Old-Bailey, April 21, 1680
(London. 1680). 4 p.
A narrative of the proceedings at the sessions house in the Old-Baily: from ... the 13 of ... October to ... the 16
(London). 1675. 6 p.
A narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly from ... the 7th of July ... to ... the 10th ... also an account of the tryal and condemnation of Eliz. Lillyman ... and ... Rose Goodman
London. D. M(allet). 1675. 8 p.
A narrative of the proceedings in America of the society called Quakers in the case of Hannah Barnard: with a brief review of the previous transactions in Great Britain and Ireland intended as a sequel to an appeal to the Society of Friends
London. Printed by C. Stower and sold by J. Johnson. 1804. xvi, 145p.
A narrative of the proceedings of Lord Geo. Gordon, and the persons assembled under the denomination of the Protestant association: from their last meeting at Coach-makers hall, to the final commitment of His Lordship to the Tower. Giving a faithful detail of the riots than insued ... To which is added the petition presented to His Majesty, in behalf of the Roman Catholics, and an Abstract of the late act of Parliament passed in their favour
London. Printed for J. Wallis. 1780. 66 p.
A narrative of the proceedings of seven general synods of the Northern Presbyterians in Ireland, with relation to their differences in judgment and practice, from the year 1720 to the year 1726, ... Containing the occasion, and progress of the differences; ... and, an appendix, in answer to... "A seasonable warning offered by some subscribing ministers inthe North, to their congregations, &c."
Gordon, John ; Blow, James
Belfast. Printed by James Blow, and are to be sold at his shop. 1727. xxiv, 392 p.
A narrative of the proceedings of seven general synods of the Northern Presbyterians in Ireland, with relation to their differences in judgment and practice, from the year 1720 to the year 1726, in which they issu'd in a synodical breach: containing the occasion, rise, true state, and progress of the differences; expedients for peace, offer'd by the non-subscribers, and many other original papers; synodical debates, overtures, and decisions; the conduct of the parties, since the breach; with general observations upon the whole: and, an appendix, in answer to a late pamphlet, entituled, A Seasonable warning, offer'd by some subscribing ministers in the north, to their congregations, &c
Blow, James ; Blow, James
Belfast. Printed by James Blow, and are to be sold at his shop. Anno Dom. M. DCC. XXVII . xxiv, 392p. : 8vo.
A narrative of the proceedings of Sir Edward Crofton, relative to his claim to half the borough of Roscommon: Together with Mr. Sandford's case, which he sent to Sir Edward
Crofton, Edward ; Sandford, Henry M
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1786. ,38p.
A narrative of the proceedings of the Associate (Antiburgher) Synods, in Ireland and Scotland in the affair of the Royal Bounty: With remarks on Ordination
Bryce, James ; Campbell, A. A
Belfast (Joy's Court). Printed by F. D. Finlay. 1816. vii, 87p.
A narrative of the proceedings of the British fleet, commanded by admiral Sir John Jervis K.B., in the late action with the Spanish fleet on the 14th February, 1797, off Cape St. Vincent's
Bethune, John Drinkwater
London. for J. Johnson. 1797.
A narrative of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Suffering Loyalists in the case of Capt. Philip Hay, of the 18th Light Dragoons: with remarks thereon
Kingston, George King
Dublin. printed by C. La Grange. . ,46,16p.
A narrative of the proceedings of the Committee for Preservation of the Customs: in the case of Mr. GeorgeCony, merchant
London. Printed for William Sheares. 1655. 41 p.
A Narrative of the proceedings of the court at St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, in the county of Surry, against the rebel prisoners now under sentence of death for high treason: with an account of the Lord Chief Justice Lee's speech, before he pass'd judgment on them, and the sentence of death at large : to which are added, the particulars of the several trials of Francis Townley, Colonel of the Manchester Regiment, and Governorof the city of Carlisle, Consellor David Morgan, the Captains, Thomas Deacon, George Fletcher, Andrew Blood, and the rest of the officers of the Manchester Regiment
London. Printed for the proprietor, who took the whole down in court in short hand, and may be had of B. Cole. . xii, 52p.
A narrative of the proceedings of the fleet: giving an account of what hath passed since their arrivall at Graves End, betweendivers honorable Members of Parliament and Vice-Admiral Lawson, and the Commissioners sent from White-Hall appointed to treat on the behalf of the Army. Sent in a letter of the 22. instant, from the fleet riding at anchor at Graves-End
London. Printed by John Streater. 1659.
A narrative of the proceedings of the Lords of Ireland. In the years 1703 and 1719, in consequence of the attempts made at those periods by the Lords of Great Britain, to enforce their authority in this kingdom. Together with the representation of the Irish Lords to the King upon that subject, in which the independent, legislative, and judicial rights of this kingdom are ably stated. Which representation caused the British Parliament to pass the Declaratory Act of the 6th of George the First. Inscribed tothe Lords of Parliament and Peers of Ireland. By A Friend to the constitutional rights of both kingdoms
Friend to the constitutional rights of both kingdoms
Dublin. Printed and sold by all the booksellers. M,DCC,LXXXII . 52 p. : 8vo.
a narrative of the proceedings of the proceedings of the british fleet, commanded by admiral sir john jervis k.b in the late action with the spanish fleet on the 14th of febuary 1797 off cape st vincents
london. j johnson. 27p.
A narrative of the proceedings of the society called Quakers: within the quarterly meeting for London and Middlesex, against Thomas Foster, for openly professing their primitive doctrines concerning the unity of God
London. Printed by C. Stower and Sold by J. Johnson and Co. 1813. xxxviii, 371, , 125, p.
A narrative of the proceedings, speeches, toasts, sentiments, and other particulars, connected with the dinner to T.W. Coke Esq., upon his retirement from the representation of the county
Leicester, Thomas Coke
Norwich. J. Dawson. 1833.
A narrative of the recovery of H.M.S. Gorgon, stranded in the Bay of Monte Video, May 10th, 1844
Key, Astley Cooper
London. Smith, Elder & Co. 1847. 113p.
A narrative of the Reformation at Birr, in the King's County, Ireland: of which the author was the honoured instrument : containing an account of the way in which he was converted from popery to protestantism, of his great persecution and suffering, of an atrocious conspiracy to dissolve the pastoral connexion between him and his flock, and of the reasons why he left his church and congregation at Birr, and took a curacy in the established church of this country
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1847. 459p.
A narrative of the reformation at Birr, in the King's county, Ireland: of which the author was the honoured instrument
London. Hatchard. 1850. xv, 461 p.
A Narrative of the Revival
Belfast. Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church. 1977. 35p.
A narrative of the riots in Birmingham, July 1791
Birmingham. White and Pike. .
A narrative of the rise and progress of the improvements effected in His Majesty's gaol at Ilchester, in the county of Somerset, between July 1808, and November 1821, under the governance, suggestion and superintendance of Wm. Bridle, keeper: being the first part of his exposition of, and answer to the charges lately brought against him by Henry Hunt
Bath. Wood, Cunningham, and Smith. 1822.
A narrative of the royal fishings of Great Britain and Ireland, with busses for pickled herrings andbarrel-cod after the manner of the Hollanders
London. printed by W. Godbid. 1661.
A narrative of the Royal Scottish Volunteer Review in Holyrood Park, on the seventh of August 1860
Vernon, Ernest Ralph
Edinburgh. William P. Nimmo. 1860.
A narrative of the seizure & confinement of Ann Brookhouse: who was assaulted in one of the streets of London, and carried off by two hired ruffians, May 7, 1798, and detained in close imprisonment, till August 25, following
London. Printed for the author, and sold by F. & C. Rivingtons, and J. Johnson,St. Paul's Church-Yard. .
A Narrative of the several street robbers, & c
A narrative of the shipwreck of the British brig, "Surprise" ... on the coast of Barbary: on ... 28th December, 1815; and subsequent captivity of the passengers and crew by the Arabs, until ransomed by the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers
London. The Company. 1817. 56 p.
A Narrative of the siege of Carlisle, in 1644 and 1645
Tullie, Isaac ; Jefferson, Samuel ; Jefferson, Samuel ; Charnley, Emerson
Carlisle. S. Jefferson [and sold by] J. B. Nichols and Son, London [and] E. Charnley, Newcastle. 1840. xxiv, 48 p.
A narrative of the siege of London-Derry: or, The late memorable transactions of that city, faithfully represented, to rectifie the mistakes, and supply the omissions of Mr. Walker's account
London. Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin. 1690. 64 p.
A narrative of the Suez Canal works
Lange, Daniel Adolphus
London. W. Trounce. . 11p.
A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford: including an account of several barbarous atrocities committed in June, 1798 by the Irish rebels in that town
Oxford. 1803. 89p.
A narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident at Wexford, inIreland: including an account by way of journal, of several barbarous atrocities, committed in June, 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town while it was in their possession, to the greater part of which he was an eye-witness
London. Printed by James Bateson. 1799. (4), iv, 53, (1) p. (the last blank).
A narrative of the sufferings and martyrdom of Mr Robert Glover of Mancetter, a protestant gentleman burnt at Coventry A.D. 1555, and of Mrs Lewes of the same place, a lady burnt at LichfieldA.D. 1557
London. L.B. Seely and Sons. 1833.
A Narrative of the sufferings of a french protestant family, at the period of the revocation of the edict of Nantes
London. Joseph Butterworth. 1824. 182p.
A narrative of the sufferings of James Bristow, belonging to the Bengal Artilley during ten years captivity with Hyderally and Tippoosaheb
London. Reprinted for J. Murray. 1793. xiv, 210p.
A narrative of the sufferings of Jas. Loveless, Jas. Brine, and Thomas & John Standfield, four of the Dorchester Labourers, displaying the horrors of transportation, written by themselves: with a brief description of New South Wales, by J. Loveless
Loveless, James ; Brine, James ; Standfield, Thomas ; Standfield, John ; Loveless, George
London. Cleave for the Dorchester Committee. 1838. 16p.
A narrative of the sufferings of Thomas Delaune, for writing, printing and publishing a late book, called,A plea for the nonconformists, with some modest reflections thereon: Directed to Doctor Calamy; in obedience to whose call, that work was undertaken
De Laune, Thomas
(London). Printed for the author. 1684. 22p.
A narrative of the supposed inhuman murder of an infant, by its mother! with full particulars of her confession
[London?]. [s.n.]. 1834. 1 sheet.
A narrative of the transactions in Bengal, from the year 1760, to the year 1764, during the government of Mr. Henry Vansittart
London. printed for J. Newbery; J. Dodsley; and J. Robson. 1766. 3 v.,plate.
A narrative of the tremendous conflagration!
(London). 1834. 1 sheet.
A narrative of the trial of John Croxford, Benjamin Deacon, and Richard Butlin, for the murder of a travelling pedlar: at the house of the late Thomas Seamark, in Catslo-Grounds, in the parish of Guilsborough, in the county of Northampton: in the year one thousand seven hundred and sixty-four
Leicester. printed by John Gregory. 1764. 20p.
A Narrative of the trial of William Holden, James Ashcroft, the elder, James Ashcroft, the younger, David Ashcroft, and John Robinson, forthe murders of Margaret Marsden and Hannah Partington, at Pendleton, on the 26th of April, 1817: before Baron Richards, at Lancaster, September 5, 1817
Holden, William ; Wardle, Mark
Manchester. printed by Mark Wardle. [1817?]. 37p.
A narrative of the various transactions and dealings, and the matters in controversy between the Company of Proprietors of the Manchester and Salford Water Works, and Mr. Samuel Hill and others, commonly called the Stone Pipe Company
Manchester. Printed by T. Sowler. [1808?].
A narrative of the vice-regal embassy to Vileabamba, 1571, and of the execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru, Dec. 1571
Oviedo, Gabriel de ; Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro
London. printed for Hakluyt Society. 1908.
A narrative of the visit of their most gracious majesties William IV. and Queen Adelaide, to the ancient borough of Lewes, on the 22nd of October, 1830
Mantell, Gideon Algernon
London. Lupton Relfe. 1831.
A narrative of the voyage of the Argonauts in 1880
Banks, William Mitchell
[s.l.]. Author. 1881.
A narrative of the voyages round the world: performed by Captain James Cook. With an account ofhis life, during the previous and intervening periods
London. Bickers and son. 1880. x, 404 p.
A narrative of the voyages round the world performed by Captain James Cook: with an account of his life during the previous and intervening periods
London. Bickers and Son. 1883.
A narrative of the Wesleyan mission to Jamaica: with occasional remarks on the state of the society in that colony
London. Partridge and Oakley. 1849. 399p.
A narrative of travel and sport in Burmah, Siam, and the Malay Peninsula
London. Samuel Tinsley. 1876. 338p.
A narrative of travels in Northern Africa in the years 1818-1819 and 1820: accompanied by geographical notices of Soudan and of the course of the Niger
Lyon, George Francis
London. Cass. 1966. xii,383p.,ill.map.
A narrative of travels in Northern Africa, in the years 1818, 19, and 20: accompanied by geographical notices of Soudan, and of the course of the Niger
Lyon, George Francis
London. John Murray. 1821. xii, 383 p., plates.
A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley
Wallace, Alfred Russel
London. Ward, Lock. 1889. xiv, 363p.,  leaves of plates.
A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley. With a biographical introd. by the editor
Wallace, Alfred Russel
New York. Greenwood Press. (1969). xiv, 363 p.
A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro
Wallace, Alfred Russel
New York. Readex Microprint. 1970. 7 microop.aques.
A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley
Wallace, Alfred Russel
London . 1890. xiv, 363p.
A narrative of various murders and robberies, committed in the neighbourhood of the relater, uponthe Roman Catholics, by a banditti describing themselves Orangemen: with his letters to the Duke of Richmond, and Lord Manners
Dublin. King. 1808. xiii, 3-95 p.
A narrative of what passed at Killala, in the County of Mayo, and the parts adjacent, during the French invasion in the summer of 1798
London. Printed for John Stockdale and R. Baldwin. 1800. 148 p.
A narrative of what passed at Killalla, in the country of Mayo, and the parts adjacent, during theFrench invasion in the summer of 1798
Dublin . Printed. 1800. 1 p. l., 182 p.
A narrative of what passed at Killalla in the County of Mayo: during the French invasion in ... 1798
Dublin. Printed by R.E. Mercier. 1800. 152 p.
A narrative of what passed at Killalla, in the county of Mayo, and the parts adjacent, during the French invasion in the summer of 1798
Bath. Printed by Richard Cruttwell. 1809. 169p.
A narrative of what passed in the Common-hall of the citizens of London: assembled for the election of aörd-Mayor ... 29th of September ... 1st and ... 2d of October : Together with a defence of these proceedings
Robins, Benjamin ; Salter, John
London. T. Cooper. 1739. 34p.
A narrative of what passed in the Common-hall ofthe citizens of London: assembled for the election of a Lord-Mayor, on Saturday the 29th of September, on Monday the 1st, and on Tuesday the 2d of October : together with a defence of these proceedings both as reasonable and agreeable to the practice of former times
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1739. 40 p.
A narrative, or journal of the proceedings of their excellencies, the Right Honourable the Lord Holles, and the Lord Coventry, appointed by His Majesty of Great Britain to be his Ambassadors Extraordinary, and plenipotentiaries for the Treaty held at Breda, with the Ambassadors of the French King, the King of Denmark, and the States General of the United Provinces
London. Printed by Tho. Newcomb, and are to be sold by Robert Pawlet. 1667.
A narrative presented to the Lord Major: aldermen, and commons of the city of London, in Common-Councell (on the political situation) assembled
London. Printed by R. Cotes. 1647. 11 p.
A Narrative style report of the activities of the 41st Evacuation Hospital Semimobile with pictures and illustrations
Kuhlmann, Albert W ; Davis, leroy ; Hogan, Elizabeth C
[Bad Nauheim, Germany?]. 41st Evacuation Hospital Semimobile. [1945?].
A narrative textbook of psychoanalysis
Giovacchini, Peter L
Northvale, N.J. . Aronson. c1987. xii,382p.
A narratological commentary on the Odyssey
Jong, Irene J. F. de
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 2001. xix, 627 p.
An array of challenges: test your SAS skills
Cary, NC. SAS Institute Inc. c1996. x, 174 p.
An array of discourses
[Derby. Derbyshire College of Higher Education]. 1988.
An array of eagles
London. Hale. 1971. 191p.
An array of log-periodic dipole antennas for radiative electromagnetic compatibility testing
Wong, Kam Tai