An authentic and faithful history of the mysterious murder of Maria Marten: with a full development of all the extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her body in the Red Barn; to which is added, the trial of William Corder, taken at large in short hand specially for this work, with an account of his execution,dissection, &c. and many interestng particulars relative to the village of Polstead and its vicinity; the prison correspondence of Corder, and fifty-three letters, in answer to his advertisement for a wife
London. T. Kelly. 1828. xvi, 472 p.
An authentic and faithful history of the mysterious murder of Maria Marten, with a full development of all the extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her body in the Red Barn: to which is added, the trial of William Corder, taken at large in short hand... with an account of his execution, dissection, &c and many interesting particulars relative to thevillage of Polstead and its vicinity, the prison correspondence of Corder, and fifty-three letters, in answer to his advertisement for a wife
Curtis, J ; Corder, William
London. Thomas Kelly. 1849.
An Authentic and impartial account, of the case and connexion, of Mr. David Lewis, of Bristol, merchant: and Mr. William Morgan, of the same city, mariner
Morgan, William ; Lewis, David
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 1784. 79p.
An authentic and impartial copy of the trial of the Hon. Augustus Keppel: admiral of the blue, held at Portsmouth on the 7th of January, 1779, and continued by several adjournments to the 11th day of February, 1779. Taken in short hand, by a person who attended during rhe whole trial. And printed by the desire of a society of gentlemen. With several interesting papers
Keppel, Augustus Keppel
Portsmouth printed. and sold in London by Wheldon, and co., (etc.). M.D.CC.LXXIX (i.e. 1779). 415 p.
An authentic and impartial memoir of the Right Honourable George Canning, premier of England: an account of his acquaintance with the Earl of Liverpool, Marques of landsdown, Duke of Portland, Mr Sheridan, &c. and extracts from his political writings
Stone. H. Tomlinson. 1827. 18p.
An authentic biographical sketch of the life, education, and personal character, of William Henry West Betty, the celebrated young Roscius
Harley, George Davies
London. Printed by Richard Phillips. 1804. 70p.
An authentic, candid, and circumstantial narrative of the astonishing transactions at Stockwell ... Surry ... the 6th and 7th ... of January, 1772
London. Partridge. 1809. 23 p.
An authentic copy of a letter to ... the Duke of N(ewcastl)e: foretelling the dangers threatening this nation, especially London and Westminster
Newans, Thomas ; Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles
London. M. Cooper. 1745. 8 p.
An authentic copy of the charter and bye-laws
London. printed by Hughs. (1749). 55 p.
An authentic copy of the charter and bye-laws of the city of Rochester: with an abstract of the customal
(Rochester. The Town Council). 1809. 83 p.
An authentic copy of the minutes of evidence on the trial of John Smith, a missionary, in Demerara: held at the Colony House, in George Town, Demerara, on Monday, the 13th day of October, 1823, and 27 following days; on a charge of exciting the negroes to rebellion : copied verbatim, from a report as ordered to be printed, by the House of Commons, 22d of March, 1824 ; with an appendix, including the affadafit of Mrs. Jane Smith, the petition presented to the House of Commons, from the directors of the London Missionary Society, letters from Mr. John Smith, and other interesting documents
London. Printed for Samuel Burton. 1824. 179 p.
An authentic copy of the poll for a burgesses to serve in Parliament for the University of Oxford: taken on the 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th of June and on the 1st July MDCCCLIX : arranged alphabetically under their respective colleges and halls : candidates: the Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, C. G. Round
Oxford. The University Press. 1859. 53p.
An authentic copy of the poll for a member to serve in the present parliament for the University of Oxford, in the room of the Right Hon. Robert Peel, D.C.L. of Ch. Ch. resigned
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1829.
An authentic copy of the poll for two burgesses to serve in Parliament for the University of Oxford: taken on the 13th, 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th July, 1865, alphabetically arranged according to their respective colleges and halls : candidates: the Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, Sir William Heathcote, Gathorne Hardy
Oxford. The University Press. 1865. 99p.
An authentic cry: a study of Giles Swayne's Cry
Auker, Peter Leslie Roy
An authentic description of the Kennet and Avon canal: (and) observations upon the present state of the inland navigation of the south west counties of England ... and South Wales
London. Richardson. 1811. 30 p.
An authentic description of the Kennet & Avon Canal: to which are added observations upon the present state of the inland navigation of the south-western counties of England, and of the counties of Monmouth, Glamorgan, and Brecon, in South Wales
London. Kennet & Avon Canal Trust Ltd. 1969. (3),30p.
An authentic description of the Kennet & Avon canal: to which are added, observations on the present state of the inland navigation of the south-western counties of England, and of the counties of Monmouth, Glamorgan and Brecon, in South Wales
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [n.d.]. 30p.
An authentic detail of particulars relative to the late Duchess of Kingston
London. [s.n.]. 1788.
An Authentic guide to set dancing for instructors and learners
[Baile na Manach]. Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann. [1987?]. 44p.
An authentic historical racing calendar: of all the plates, sweepstakes, matches, &c. run for at York, from the first commencement of the races there in the year 1709, to the year 1785 inclusive ...to which is added, an account of the races run for the royal plates, run for by five years old mares, at Hambleton, York, and Richmond; and of the races that were run at Hambleton from the year 1748 to the year 1757, also of the races since the first commencement of the gold cups at Richmond and Doncaster; likewise for the gold cups at Beverley
York. printed by W.Blanchard and Co. . nv.
An authentic history and description of the castle & priory of Dudley,chiefly compiled from the works of Leland, Erdeswicke, Plott, Grose &c
Dudley. printed for the author by J. Rann. 1794.
An authentic history of Preston Old Church (partially destroyed by fire on Saturday, June 23rd, 1906)
Bishop, John George
Brighton. Brighton Herald. 1906.
An authentic history of the Cato-Street conspiracy: with the trials at largeof the conspirators, for high treason and murder; a description of their weapons and combustible machines, and every particular connected with the rise, progress, discovery, and termination of the horrid plot. With portraits of the conspirators, taken during their trials, by permission, and other engravings
Wilkinson, George Theodore ; Thistlewood, Arthur ; Ings, James ; Brunt, John Thomas ; Tidd, Richard ; Davidson, William
London. T. Kelly. (1820). v, viii, 434 p.
An authentic history of the Cato-Street conspiracy: with the trials at large of the consipirators, for high treason and murder; a description of their weapons and combustible machines, and every particular connected with the rise, progress, discovery, and termination of the horrid plot. With portraits of all the conspirators, taken during their trials, by permission, and other engravings
Wilkinson, George Theodore
London. Printed for Thomas Kelly. 1820. 434p.
An authentic history of the coronation of His Majesty,King George the Fourth: with a full and authentic detail of that august solemnity ; an account of all the interesting proceedings ; the adjudication of the Court of Claims, with an historical account of the origin of the Court ... to whichis prefixed a concise history of the coronations of the kings of England from the Saxon heptarchy to the present time
London. J. Robins. 1821. 314 p.
An authentic history of the professors of painting, sculpture, and architecture, who have practised in Ireland: involving original letters from Sir Joshua Reynolds, which prove him to have been illiterate : To which are added, memoirs of the Royal Academicians : being an attempt to improve the taste of the realm
[London]. Printed for H. D. Symonds,...and T. Bellamy. . 64p.,  leaf of plates.
An authentic journal of the expedition to Belleisle, and of the siege of the citadel of Palais. To which is prefixed, a map of Belleisle, divided into parishes
Smith, William ; Cooper, Mary ; Woodfall, George
London. printed for G. Woodfall; and M. Cooper. 1761. 48 [i.e.44]p., fold. plate.
An authentick account of the life of Mr. Charles Drew, late of Long-Melford in the county of Suffolk: Who was tried and convicted at Bury Assizes, for the murder of his father, Mr. Charles John Drew ... To which is added, a faithful account of the trial of the said Charles Drew
London. Printed by J. Applebee, and sold by J. Roberts. 1740. 48 p.
An Authentick account of the proceedings against John Wilkes, esq: member of Parliament for Aylesbury, and late colonel of the Buckinghamshire militia; containing all the papers relative to this interesting affair, from that gentleman's being taken into custody by His Majesty's messengers, to his discharge at the Court of Common Pleas; with an abstract of that precious jewel of an Englishman, the Habeas corpus act
London. J. Williams (etc. 1763). 39 p.
An authentick and faithful history of that arch-pyrate Tulagee Angria
London. Printed for J. Cooke. 1756.
An authentick copy of the last will and testament ofthe R---t Ho----ble R----- E--l of O----- (i. e. Robert Walpole): With remarks
London. J. English. (1745?). 8, 20 p.
An authentic list of persons ... who have surrendered themselves, in consequence of the late act, into the custody of the marshal of the King's bench prison: between the seventh of June, 1780, and the thirty-first of January, 1781
London. T. Brewman. (1781?). 32 p.
An authentic narrative of a voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke, in His Majesty's ships Resolution and Discovery during the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779 and 1780: in search of a North-West Passage between the continents of Asia and America, including a faithful account of all their discoveries, and the unfortunate death of Captain Cook. Illustrated with a chart and a variety of cuts
London. printed for G. Robinson, J. Sewell and J. Debrett. 1782.
An authentic narrative of facts relative to the late dismemberment of Poland
London. for J. Owen and J. Parsons. 1794.
An authentic narrative of four years' residence at Tongata boo, one of the Friendly Islands, in the South-Sea: with anappendix by an eminent writer
Vason, George ; Piggott, Samuel
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme. 1810.
An authentic narrative of Mr. Kemble's retirement from the stage: including farewell address,criticisms, poems, &c. ... to which is prefixed, an essay, biographical and critical
London. Printed for John Miller. 1817. xxvii, 78 p., (4) leaves of plates (some folded).
An authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of ---------: communicated in a series of letters, to the Reverend Mr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire; and by him (at the request of friends) now made public
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1786. 160p.
An authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of John Newton: communicated in a series of letters, to the Reverend Mr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire; and by him (at the request of friends) now made public
London. printed for J.S.Hughes. 1821. 108p.
An authentic narrative of the campaign of 1815: comprising a circumstantial detail of the battle of Waterloo
Beauchamp, Alphonse de
London. H. Colburn. 1815. 52 p.
An authentic narrative of the dissensions and debates in the Royal Society: (Regarding Dr. Charles Hutton's dismissal from the office of Foreign Secretary) Containing the speeches at large of Dr. Horsley, Dr. Maskelyne, Mr. Maseres, Mr. Poore, Mr. Glenie, Mr. Watson and Mr. Maty
London. J. Debret. 1784. 154 p.
An authentic narrative of the events of the Westminser election, which commenced on Saturday, February 13th, and closed on Wednesday, March 3d, 1819: including the speeches of the candidates, Sir Francis Burdett, and others. Together with the report of the Westminster reformers
London. R. Stodart. 1819. vii, 412 p.
An authentic narrative of the events of the Westminster election, which commenced on Saturday, February 13th, and closed on Wednesday, March 3rd, 1819: including the speeches of the candidates, Sir Francis Burdett, and others : together with the report of the Westminster Reformers
London. R. Stodart. 1819. 412p.
An authentic narrative of the life, persecutions, and sufferings of the Princess of Zell, Sophia Dorothea, consort of George the First, King of England, who was imprisoned upwards of thirty-six years, in the Castle of Ahlen, in the Electorate of Brunswick, on a charge of supposed incontinency
London. J. Lee. .
An authentic narrative of the lossof the American brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1818: with an account of the sufferings of the surviving officers and crew who were enslaved by the wandering Arabs, on the African desart, or Zahahrah : and observations historical, geographical, &c. made during the travels of the author, while a slave to the Arabs, and in the empire of Morocco
Hartford, Conn. Silas Andrus. 1828. xiv, -271 p.
An authentic narrative of the melancholy occurrences at Bilston, in the county of Stafford during the awful visitation in that town by cholera, in the months of August and September, 1832
Wolverhampton. printed and published by William Parke. 1833.
An authentic narrative of the melancholy occurrences at Bilston, in the county of Stafford, during the awful visitation in that town by cholera, in the months of August and September, 1832, to which are added: the Proceedings of the local Board of Health, a list of contributors for the relief of the inhabitants, together with the application of the money, and other interesting particulars
Wolverhampton. William Parke. 1833.
An authentic narrative of the oppressions of the islanders of Jersey: to which is prefixed a succinct history of the military actions, constituion, laws, customs, and commerce of that island
London. S. Hooper. 1771. 1 v.
An authentic narrative of the proceedings under a commission of bankruptcy against John Perrott, late of Ludgate-Hill, laceman: who was executed in Smithfield, on Wednesday, November 11, 1761. For concealing his effects, including every transaction from the awarding the commission, to the time of his condemnation. Published under the inspection of the principal acting assignee
London. Printed for R. Griffiths. 1761. 2 p.t. in 1 v.
An authentic narrative of the success of tar-water, in curing a great number and variety of distempers: with remarks, and occasional papers relative to the subject : to which are subjoined, two letters from the author of Siris, shewing the medicinal properties of tar-water, and the best manner of making it
Prior, Thomas ; Berkeley, George ; Berkeley, George
[London]. Dublin printed, London re-printed for W. Innys... [et al]. 1746.
An authentic narrative of the success of tar-water, in curing a great number and variety of distempers with remarks, and occasional papers relative to the subject: to which are subjoined, two letters from the author of Siris, shewing the medicinal properties of tar-water, and the best manner of making it
Prior, Thomas ; Berkeley, George
Dublin . Reprinted for W. Innys... [et al]. 1746. ,88p.
An authentic report of the debate in the House of Commons, June the 23rd, 1825, on Mr. Buxton's motion relative to the demolition of the Methodist chapel and mission house in Barbadoes: and the expulsion of Mr. Shrewsbury, a Wesleyan missionary from that island
London. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son. 1825. 119 p.
An authentic report of the discussion which took place at Downpatrick, on the 22d, 23d, 24th, 28th, 29th, and 30th April, 1828. Between Rev. E. Hincks, rector of Killyleagh, Rev. H. S. Cumming, Vicar of Ballyclug, and Rev. R. W. Kyle, Curate of Killevy; and Rev. B. McAuley, Parish Priest of Ballymena, Rev. C. Denvir, Parish Priest of Downpatrick, and Rev. D. Curoe, Parish Priest of Randalstown. On six of the points of controversy between the Church of England and the Church of Rome
Hincks, Edward ; Cumming, Hugh Smith ; Kyle, R. W ; McAuley, Bernard ; Denvir, Cornelius ; Curoe, D
Belfast (The Guardian Office). Printed by Stuart and Gregg. 1829. vi, 326p.
An authentic report of the discussion which took place in the Roman Catholic Chapel at Easky, in the county of Sligo, on the 23d and 24th November, 1824: between three Roman Catholic priests and four Protestant ministers : on the indiscriminate reading of the Bible, on the right of private judgment in its interpretations, and on making it the sole rule of faith
Dublin. Printed by George & John Grierson and Martin Keene. 1825. 112p.
An authentic report of the evidence and proceedings (26 Feb. - 11 March 1813) before the committee of the ... House of Commons appointed to try the merits of the Bristol election of October 1812
Bristol. Rose. 1813. viii, 260 p.
An authentic report of the evidence and proceedings before the committee of the House of Commons appointed to try the merits of the Bristol election of October 1812
Bristol. Rose. 1813. 260p.
An authentic report of the speech of the Rev. Henry Cooke, D.D., delivered at the General Assembly ofthe Church of Scotland, upon the occasion of the renewal of ministerial communion between that venerable body and the General Synod of Ulster
Belfast (Joy's Entry). Printed by Kelso. 1836. 12p.
An authentic report of the trial of Doctor Peter Murray McDouall at Liverpool, on Monday, August 28th, 1848
McDouall, Peter Murray
Manchester. Abel Heywood. 1848. 42p.
An authentic report or the discussion which took place at Downpatrick on the 22, 23, 24, 28, 29 and 30 APril, 1828 between Rev. E. Hincks, Rector of Killyleagh, Rev. H. S. Cummings, Vicar of ballyclug and Rev. R. W. kyle, Curate of Killevy and Rev. B. MCAuley, Parish priest of ballymena, Rev. C. Denvir, Parish priest of Downpatrick and Rec. D. Curoe, Parish priest of Randalstown on six points of controversy between the Church of England and the Church of Rome
Belfast. printed at the Guardian office , by Stuart and Gregg. 1829. 326p.
An authentic statement of facts connected with the interior management of Drury-lane theatre: for the last three seasons
London. Sams. 1818. 85 p.
An authentic statement of the proceedings of the members of the ancient Church of Scotland, residing in London, respecting the mode of administering oaths
London. Printed for T. Becket. 1784.
An authentic study and documentation of the violation of human rights in Cyprus by Turkey: the truth and the facts
Nicosia. Public Information Office for the Ministry of Justice. 1975. 64 p.
An authology of Brazilian modernist poetry
Oxford. Pergamon Press. 1969.
An Author and permutated title index to selected statistical journals
Joiner, Brian L
Washington (D. C. ). USGPO. 1970.
An author bites the dust
Bath. Chivers. 1990, C1948. 261p.
An author bites the dust
London. Angus and Robertson. 1948.
An author catalog of Disciples of Christ and related religious groups
Spencer, Claude E
Canton, Mo. Disciples of Christ Historical Society. 1946. iv, 367 p.
An author in search of eight characters: a comedy in one act
Macclesfield. New Playwrights' Network.
An author's adventures; or, Personal reminiscences in book-making
Ballantyne, R. M
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An author's guide to literary agents
London. Hale. 1995. 123p.
An author's guide to publishing
London. Hale. 1982. 191p.
An author's guide to publishing
London. Robert Hale. 1991. 256p.
An author's guide to scholarly publishing
Derricourt, R. M
Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press. c1996. ix,233p.
An author's guide to social work journals
Mendelsohn, Henry N
Washington, DC. NASW Press, National Association of Social Workers. c1992. xvii,282p.
An author's guide to social workjournals
Mendelsohn, Henry N
New York. National Association of Social Workers. c1983. vii, 78 p.
An author's guide to the copyright law
Patton, Warren L
Lexington, Mass. Lexington Books. 1980. x,192p.
An authors' handbook
London. Piatkus. 1986. 170p.
An author's love: being the unpublished letters of Prosper Merimee's Inconnue
London. Macmillan. 1889. xix, 335p.
An author's mind, miscellaneous essays, probabilities
Tupper, Martin Farquhar
Philadelphia. E.H. Butler. 1851. 396p.
An author's primer to word processing
New York. Association of American Publishers. c1983.
An author writes about his illustrator
Cross, John Keir
Chambers, R. J
Lancaster. International Centre for Research in Accounting. 1977.
Simmons, J. S. G
Oxford. [J.S.G. Simmons]. 1995. viii,12p.
An autobibliography, 1933-1974
Simmons, J. S. G
Oxford. J.S.G. Simmons. 1975.
An autobibliography supplement 1975-1984
Simmons, J. S. G
Oxford. (J.S.G. Simmons). 1985. vi,10p.
An autobiographical account of a Chinese student's education in Brunei
Wong, Tzyy Jiun
An auto/biographical approach to learning disability research
Aldershot. Ashgate. c1997. vii,146p.
An autobiographical chapter in the life of Jane, Duchess of Gordon
An autobiographical memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., late of the admiralty: including reflections,observations, and reminiscences at home and abroad, from early life to advanced age
London. Murray. 1847.
An autobiographical memoir, with remarks on the various incidents which have occurred during forty-five years of his life: and a full description of his mode of treating diseases, with reasons explanatory of his system
Tilke, Samuel Westcott
London. Printed for and sold by the author. 1840. xl, 399 p.,  leaf of plates (front.).
An autobiographical novel
New York. Doubleday. 1966.
An autobiographical novel
Santa Barbara. Ross-Erikson. 1978.
... An autobiographical study
Freud, Sigmund ; Strachey, James ; Hogarth Press collection
London. Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth press, and the Institute of psycho-analysis. 1935. (1), 137, (2) p.
An autobiographical study
London. Hogarth Press. 1950. 137p.
An autobiography: from childhood, through the Depression to the 39-45 War : painting & engraving, pottery & fine press printing
Thaxted. Workshop Press. 1995. xii,46p.,1 fold. plate.
An autobiography: the photographs of Richard Avedon
London. Cape. 1993. (432)p.
New York. Random House. c1993. 1 v(unpaged).
London. British Library. 1987. 6 fiches (425 frames).
Besant, Annie Wood
[S.l.]. Kessinger Publishing. [2003?]. xiv, 332 p.
Bok, Edward William
London. Thornton Butterworth. 1921. 318p.
London. Constable. 1923.
Butler, William F
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Oxford. Isis. 1987. sound cassette.
London. HarperCollins. 1993. 559p.
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Harmondsworth, Middlesex, Eng . Penguin books. (1944). 112 p.
Collingwood, R. G
London. Oxford U.P. 1970. (7),167p.
Collingwood, R. G
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1978. xix,172 p.
London. Secker & Warburg. 1961. 423p.,23cm.
London. Hulton Press. 1955. x, 294p., front, p.l.
Epstein, Sir J
Beaverbrook Newspapers. 1963.
Finney, Charles Grandison
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Old Tappan, N.J. Fleming H. Revell Co. .
An autobiography: letters and remains of the author of The listener, Christ our law etc
London. Seeleys. 1848. vii, 495 p.,  leaf of plates (front.).
London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1979, c1978. 208p.
An autobiography: or, The story of my experiments with truth
Ahmedabad. Navajivan Publishing House. 1940. xii, 404 p.