An address delivered on the failure of the late attempt to invade Ireland: together with introductory observations recommended to the attention of the people of Great Britain
North Allerton. printed by J.Langdale. 1797. 24p.
An address delivered on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of a chapel in the Poultry
London. (Printed by T. Bore). 1819. 22 p.
An address delivered on the opening of the session of Manchester New College, at University Hall, October 10th, 1859
Tayler, John James
London. Printed by Charles Green. 1859. 16p.
An address delivered to a country congregation on the eighteenth Canon
London. Society for Promoting ChristianKnowledge. 1904.
An address delivered to a wedding party
London. printed by R. Clay. 1829. 24 p.
An address delivered to his parishioners by the Vicar of Westoning on the seventh Sunday after Trinity, 1853
Vicar of Westoning
Bedford. C.F. Tim©Œus. 1853. 15p.
An address delivered to the Birmingham School Board: January 15th, 1885
Birmingham. J.G. Hammond. .
An address delivered to the Birmingham School Board: January 20th, 1881
Birmingham. Midland Educational Company. .
An address delivered to the Birmingham School Board by the Chairman, George Dixon ... November 5th, 1885
Birmingham. J.G. Hammond & Co. .
An address delivered to the Brotherly Society at its annual meeting held January 3, 1830: including a report of the present state of the Old and New Meeting Sunday Schools
Birmingham. Printed by J. Russell. . 22 p.
An address delivered to the constituents of Airedale College: on the public laying of the foundation stone of their new institution at Undercliffe, near Bradford, June 20, 1831
Hamilton, Richard Winter
London. Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper. 1831. 36p.
An address delivered to the inhabitants of New Lanark, on the first of January, 1816, at theopening of The Institution established for the formation of character
London. Longman [etc.]. 1817.
An address delivered to the members of the Eclectic Society of Birmingham, at their first public meeting
Birmingham. printed and published by Edward C. Osborne. 1846. 21cm.
An address, delivered to the members of the New Mechanic's Institution, Manchester, on Friday evening, March 25, 1831, on the necessity of an extension of moral and political instruction among the working classes
Manchester. W. Strange. 1831. 16p.
An address delivered to the members of the Town Council of Manchester on Monday, the 10th of November, 1845
London. J. Gadsby. 1845.
An address delivered to the Revds. Messrs. T.Jackson, W.Mills, and T.W.Ridley on their being received into full connexion at the Ashton Conference, June 8th, 1838
Manchester. [Methodist New Connexion]. 1838. 16p.
An address delivered to the Section of Public Medicine at the annual meeting of the British Medical Association in Cork, August, 1879: Subject: The public work of the British Medical Association
Grimshaw, Thomas Wrigley
Dublin. Fannin. 1879. 75 p.
An address delivered to the students at Spring Hill College, and others, on Tuesday, June 20th, 1882
Macdonald, Frederic W
Birmingham. Midland Educational Company. 1882. 16 p.
An address delivered to the students of Guy's on the commencement of the winter session 1847-48
Lever, John C. W
London. Printed by William Watts. 1847. 26p.
An address delivered to the students of Mason College, Birmingham, on the occasion of the annual meeting for the distribution of the prizes, on Tuesday, 1st October, 1895
Frankland, Percy Faraday
Birmingham. The "Journal" Printing Office. [1895?]. 31 p.
An address delivered to the students of Mason College on the occasion of the annual meeting for the distribution of prizes on Monday, 1st October, 1894
Dixon, William Macneile
Birmingham. The "Journal" Printing Office. . 16 p.
An address delivered to the students of Mason College on the occasion of the annual meeting for the distribution of prizes, on Tuesday, 1st October, 1889
Heath, R. S
Birmingham. The "Journal" Printing Office. [1889?]. 18 p.
An address delivered to the teachers belonging to the Birmingham Sunday School Union ... at their first general meeting, March 28, 1815
James, John Angell
Birmingham. Beilby and Co. and Suffield. 1815.
An address delivered to the Unitarian congregation at S. Nicholas-Street Chapel, Ipswich, December the 5th, 1805, the day of thanksgiving appointed in consequence of the victory obtained by the English Fleet, in the battle off Trafalgar
Ipswich. printed by S. Jackson, and sold by J. Raw, and Bransby and Keymer. [1806?]. 22 p. : 8vo.
An address delivered upon laying the foundation-stone of the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham, by the Rt. Hon.the Earl Howe, on June 18, 1840
[u.k.]. [s.n.]. .
An address entitled is the statistical method of any value in medical research?
S.l. s,n. 1924. 16p.
An address entitled some remarks on the application of the principles of surgery to the treatment of injury and acute infection when occurring within the abdomen
Ballance, Charles Alfred
London. Harrison and Sons. 1904. 25p.
An address entitled What can we expect from radium in the treatment of cancer?: Delivered at the University of Sheffield in connexion with the Yorkshire branch of the British Empire Cancer Campaign, on May 6th, 1930
(London). 1930. 20 p.
An addresse to the members of a christian church on the nature, design and obligation of the ordnance of the Lord's supper
Stourbridge. Heming. 1824. 26p.
An address, explanatory of the objects and advantages of statistical enquiries: delivered at the second general meeting of the Statistical Society of Ulster, on the 18th of May, 1838
Portlock, Joseph Ellison
Belfast. Hodgson. 1838. 27 p.
An address from a clergyman to his parishioners
London. printed by A.J. Valpy. 1810.
An address from a country minister to his parishioners, on the subject of the cow-pox or vaccine inoculation
Warren, Thomas Alston
London. Printed by Bye and Law. 1803. 16 p.
An address from a noble lord to the people of Ireland on the present state of affairs
(Dublin?. n.p.). 1770. 38 p.
An address, from a Society of Unitarian Christians, on the truth and value of the doctrine which they profess
Newcastle. J. Marshall. 1815. 24p.
An address from John Bull to his fellow-country-men: in prose and verse
Birmingham. Printedfor T. Wood. . 8 p.
An address from John Zephaniah Holwell, Esq. to Luke Scrafton, Esq. in reply to his pamphlet, intitled, Observations on Mr. Vansittart's narrative
Holwell, J. Z
London. printed for T. Becket and P. A. de Hondt. 1767. ,61,p.
An address from Lieutenant-colonel Palmer, the Verdener of the forests (sic) of Waltham and Epping ... to those citizens of the city of London who desire to retain the ancient privileges granted to them ... for seeking recreation in the forest of Waltham or Epping
(Nazeing, Essex. 1863). 1 sheet.
An address from the British Roman Catholics to their Protestant fellow countrymen
London. Keating & Brown, Printers. . 4 p.
An address from the Committee of Association of the County of York, to the electors of Great-Britain: to which are prefixed the resolutions of that committee, at their meetings, held on the 3d and 4th of January, 1781, and the instrument of instructions to their deputies
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An address from the directors of the Missionary society
London. printed by T. Chapman. 1797. 28p.
An Address from the free electors of the Pro---nce of Ul---er, to Anthony Malone, Esq; the Right Honourable Thomas Carter, &c. and Bellingham Boyle, Esqrs. wherein their dislocations, the distribution of pensions and places, corruption in p-t and at elections, influenc'd sh-ffs, invasions on the liberties of the people, power of High Priests, &c. are duly considered. With a general review of two hundred and sixty six I-r-h places, offices, and employments, their uses and applications in a cor-pt Go-nt. Adissertation on the Emperor Caligula's horse, whom he made his Prime Minister, &c. and Mr. Wentworth's speech in Queen Elizabeth's reign, in order to shew the freedom of speech in that glorious parliament. Taken from Fog's Journal, June 14th, No. 345. Towhich is added, A clear and reasonable answer to that disingenuous pamphlet call'd, Considerations on the late bill, for payment of the remainder of the national debt
Malone, Anthony ; Carter, Thomas ; Boyle, Bellingham
[Dublin?] London [i.e. Dublin?]. Printed at the Sign of the Irish Ram, butting corruption with his patriot horns. M DCC LIV . 32p. : 8vo.
An address from the free electors of the Pro---nce of Ul--er, to Anthony Malone ... the Right Hon. Thomas Carter, & c. and Bellingham Boyle
London. Sign of the Irish Ram, butting corruption with his patriot horns. 1754. 32 p.
An address from the General committee of Roman Catholics, to their Protestant fellow subjects, and to the public in general: To which is added, the oath taken by the Catholics of this kingdom, and the opinion of foreign colleges respecting certain tenets imputed to Roman Catholics
Dublin. printed by p. Byrne. 1792. viii,45p.
An address from the gentry of Norfolk and Norwich to General Monck in 1660: Facsimile of a manuscript in the ... library
Albemarle, George Monck ; Rye, Walter ; L'Estrange, Hamon
Norwich. Jarrold. 1913. 69 p.
An address from the Gresham professor of music (i.e. Edward Taylor) to the patrons and lovers ofthe art (of music), to the members of the musical profession, and to the public: (on the formation of a musical library at Gresham College)
(London. 1838). 3 p.
An address from the Independent Electors of the antient, loyal, and ever memorable town of Inniskillen. To the Right Hon. the E. of Kildare, the Right Hon. Henry Boyle, Sir Richard Cox, Bart. Abraham Creichton, and John Cole, Esqrs. Whose invincible patriotism, and noble opposition to the enemies of Ireland this S-ff-n of P--t shouldendear them to King and Country. To which are added, Sir Tady F---'s recantation, or a Tragi-burlescal poem, written by himself, and addressed to the Right Hon. the Earl of Kildare. My Lord Chief Joker's proclamation against libels. Haekball's ditto. And 40 original patriot Inniskillen toasts
Kildare, James Fitzgerald ; Boyle, Henry ; Cox, Richard ; Creichton, Abraham ; Cole, John
Belfast. [s.n.]. 1754. 16p.
An Address from the independent electors of the county of Westmeath to Anthony Malone: upon his glorious opposition to the enemiesof his county this S--s---n of P----t : wherein his dislocation, and those of the Right Honourable Thomas Carter, &c., Bellingham Boyle, &c. and Michael O Brien Dilks ... are duly condisdered : with an earnest appeal to all the independentfreeholders of the whole kingdom of Ireland : to which are added one hundred and twenty two patriot promotions
London. Printed at the sign of the bugbear. 1754. 20 p.
An Address from the independent electors of the county of Westmeath to Anthony Malone, Esq; late prime-serjeant at Law: upon his glorious o pposition to the enemies o f his county this S--s---n of P----t. Wherein his dislocation, and those of the Right Honourable Thomas Carter, &c., Bellingham Boyle, &c. and Michael O Brien Dilks ... are duly considered : with an earnest appeal to all the independent freeholders of the whole kingdom of Ireland : to which are added, one hundred and twenty two patriot promotions
London [i.e. Dublin]. Printed at the sign of the bugbear. 1754. 20p.
An Address from the independent electors of the county of Westmeath to Anthony Malone, Esq; late Prime-Serjeant at Law, upon his glorious opposition to the enemies of his country this S-s-n of P--t. Wherein his dislocation, and those of the Right Honourable Thomas Carter, &c. Bellingham Boyle, &c. and Michael O Brien Dilks, Esqrs. are duly considered. With an earnest appeal to all the independent freeholders of the whole kingdom of Ireland. To which are added, one hundred and twenty two patriot-promotions
Independent electors of the county of Westmeath
[Dublin] London. Printed at the sign of the Bugbear, Monster and Pontiff-Monopoly, ingulphing the Properties of Eutopian patriots. M DCC LIV . 20p. : 8vo.
An Address from the independent freeholders of the p---v---ce of M---ns---r, to Sir R----- C------ Baronet: with a collection of forty eight original patriot toasts, drank at a select assembly of free-holders at Corke, the first of this instant January, 1754
London (i.e. Dublin?) : Printed at the Sign of Caiphas and Priarius pulling off Tot---g---h---m's Boots. 1754. 16 p.
An address from the independent freeholders of the p---v---ce of M---ns---r, to Sir R----- C------ baronet. With a collection of forty eight original patriot toasts, drank at a select assembly of free-holders at Corke, the first of this instant January, 1754
[Dublin?]. London Printed at the sign of Caiphas and Priarius pulling off Tot---g---h---m's boots. M DCC LIV. . 16p. : 8vo.
An address from the influenc'd electors of the county and city of Galway: to the D-D-, L-G- and the P- (etc.)
(Dublin?). 1754. 16 p.
An address from the influenc'd electors of the county and city of Galway to the D-- D-- L-- G-- and the P--: containing, the warmest declarations ... : To which is added, a collection of sixty original patriot toasts ... : Likewise, the forty eight original Munster toasts ... : With so me int eresting intelligence to the kingdom of Eutopia
London. printed at the sign of the P---te's sword. 1754. 16p.
An address from the justices of the peace of ... Middlesex: as it was ordered by the court at Hick's Hall, and humbly presented to His Majesty ... April, 1681. With His Majesties gracious answer
London. printed by Bill. 1681. 4 p.
An address from the ladies of the provinces of Munster and Leinster, to their Graces the Duke and Duchess of D--t, Lord G--, and Caiaphas thehigh priest: Together with sixty new original toasts
London[i.e. Dublin]. printed for John Pro-Patria. 1754. 15p.
An address from the millions who have grown poor, and are daily growing poorer, to the thousands who have grown rich, and are daily growing richer
London. W. Strange. 1830.
An address from the ministers who met at the conference held at Taunton, July 17th & 18th, 1843, to the Unitarian churches of the West of England: with the resolutions passed at the conference
London. J. Green. 1843. 19,  p. : 8vo.
An address from the National Association for Promoting the Political and Social Improvement of the People to the working classes of America, on the war spirit that is sought to be excited between the two countries
London. J. Cleave. 1846.
An address from the National Association for Promoting the Political and Social Improvement of the People to the working classes of the United Kingdom, on the subject of the Militia. Adopted by a public meeting at the National Hall, February 11, 1846
London. J. Cleave. 1846.
An address from the society at Leeds, for superseding the necessity of climbing boys, employed by chimney sweepers, instituted October the 27th 1817
Leeds. Dewhirst, Printer. 1818. 16p.
An address from the Working Mens' Association to the people of England, in reply to the objections of the press
London. Cleave [and] Hetherington. 1838.
An address from the Working Men's Association, to the working classes, on the subject of national education
London. Cleave. .
An address give by Mrs. Humphry Ward on the occasion of her visit to Norwich in connection with the Octagon Church extension scheme
Norwich. W.H. Stevens, Printer. [1898?]. 47p.
An address in aid of the Nightingale testimonial
(c. 1857). 1 sheet.
An address intended to have been delivered on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of the Lancashire Independent College, at Withington, near Manchester, on the 23d September, 1849
Hadfield, George ; Marples, D
London. Hamilton, Adams and Company. D. Marples, Liverpool. 1841. ,2-78,p.
An address of the Associate Synod, to the people under their charge, respecting the present differences on the subject of the preamble to the formula
Ogle, John ; Gutherie, John ; Peattie, George ; Ogle, Maurice ; Ogle, R
Edinburgh. printed by J. Pillans & Sons. Sold by J. Ogle, Parliament Square; J. Guthrie, No 2. Nicolson's Street; G. Peattie, Leith; M. Ogle, Glasgow; R. Ogle, London and other booksellers. 1799. iv, 27, p. : 8vo.
An address of the Society of United Irishmen of Dublin, to Joseph Priestly
[Dublin. s.n. 1794]. 4p. : 8vo.
An address of welcome delivered on the occasion of the Centenary Festival of the Royal College of Surgeons of England...1900: to which is appended a short biographical account of each of the sixty-one surgeons who have been masters or presidents of the College during the 100 years of its existence
London. Ballantyne, Hanson. 1900.
An address of welcome, from the librarians of Philadelphia, to the congress of librarians of the United States: assembled October 4, 1876 in the hall of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Wallace, John William
Philadelphia. Sherman & co., printers. 1876. 11 p.
An address of welcome from the librarians of Philadelphia to the Congress of Librarians of the United States, assembled October 4, 1876, in the hall of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Wallace, John William
Boston. G.K. Hall. 1965.
An address on apprenticeship: together wiht opinions of the printing and allied trades
Riddell, J. R
An address on arterio-sclerosis and the kidneys: delivered before the Kensington division of the Metropolitan Counties Branch
Allbutt, T. Clifford
[S.l. s.n. 1911?]. 33p.
An address on atony and prolapse of the large intestine: delivered to the Mancherster Medical Society December 3rd, 1919
Smith, J. W
London. Printed at the office of the British Medical Association. 1920. 9p.
An address on behalf of the Corporation
An address on blood pressure in man: its measurement and regulation
Brunton, T. Lauder
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 1908. 30p.
An address on chronic infection of the cervix: a frequent cause of pelvic and general illness
[S.l. s.n. 1930]. 13p.
An address on chronic intestinal stasis: autointoxication and subinfection : delivered before the Medical Society of the City and County of Denver, Denver, Colorado
Adami, J. George
[S.l. s.n. 1914?]. 20p.
An address on education: delivered at the opening of the session of Mason College, Birmingham, on September 30th, 1897
Mahaffy, John Pentland
Birmingham. The "Journal" Printing Office. 1897. 6 p.
An address on education: St Alban's, April 28th, 1886
Uppingham. Hawthorn. 1886. 24p.
An address on education in Ireland to the archbishops and clergy of the Church of Ireland: Appendix 1-2
London . Rivingtons. 1860. 27 p.
An address on education in Ireland to the archbishops, bishops, and clergy of the Church of Ireland
(Privately printed). 1859. 11 p.
An address on ethics and individualism in medicine: delivered at the opening of the winter session of the Queen's Faculty of Medicine, at Mason College, Birmingham, on Oct. 1st, 1897
[London]. [printed at the Lancet Office]. . 28 p.
An address on imperial federation delivered at the opening meeting of the session of the Conservative and Unionist Club at Tynemouth, Northumberland, Monday, October 19, 1903
London. Spottiswoode. 1903.
An address on inebriety amongst the ancients and how they cured it
Brown, W. L
London. Printed by the Aberdeen University Press. 1898. 60p.
An address on inebriety amongst the ancients and how they 'cured' it, delivered at a meeting of the Society for the Study of Inebriety ... 1898
Brown, William Lauzun
London. Med. Mag. 1898. 60 p.
An address on kinks of surgical importance: delivered at the clinical congress of the American College of Surgeons in Chicago, October 24th,1923
Webb-Johnson, Alfred Edward
[London]. British Medical Journal. 1924. 10p.
An address on legislation affecting workmen's compensation
Thompson, W. H
Londo. A.E.U. 1947. 20p.
An address on "Masonry in Co. Kerry"
Bennet, D. S
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [192-]. ront., port20p.
An address on minor gynaecology
Manchester. J. H. Revell & Son. 1900. 14p.
An address on professional careers: delivered at King's College Hospital, October 1st, 1926
Rolleston, Humphry Davy
[S.l. s.n. 1926?]. 11p.
An address on Samuel Gilman author of "Fair Harvard,"
Foote, Henry Wilder
[Charleston]. J.J. Furlong. 1918. 23p.
An address on some practical points in the treatment and clinical history of early syphilis: delivered before the Manchester (West) Division, British Medical Association
[S.l. s.n. 1910?]. 18p.
An address on surgery in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis
Davies, H. Morriston
[S.l. s.n. 1925]. 12p.
An address on the Birmingham School of Printing & the education of the printer
Birmingham. Birmingham School of Printing. 1928.
An address on the botany of the United States
Printed by Websters and Skinners. 1814.
An address on the botany of the United States... 9th day of February, 1814
New York. Readex Microprint. 1968. 1 microop.aque.
An address on the chief aim of medicine: delivered at the Public Health Laboratory, Victoria University of Manchester on October 7th, 1910
[S.l. s.n. 1910?]. 11p.
An address on the chronic abdomen
[S.l. s.n. 1923?]. 8p.
An address on the chronic results of septic and gonorrh¿al infection of the female pelvic organs
Fothergill, W. E
London. Academical Press. 1910. 8p.
An address on the clinical types of convulsive seizures in very young babies: with a special consideration of the so-called 'idiopathic convulsions of early infancy' and their treatment
[S.l. s.n. 1921?]. 14p.
An address on the diagnosis of syphilitic diseases of the nervous system: delivered at the clinical and pathological section of the Birmingham branch of the British Medical Association, on Friday, April 30th, 1909
Mott, F. W
[S.l. s.n. 1909]. 16p.
An address on the duties of the state in regard to tuberculosis: delivered before the Manchester Medico-ethical Association
[S.l. s.n. 1912?]. 9p.
An address on the Eastern question
Glenesk, Algernon Borthwick
London. William Ridgway. 1878.  ,43, p.
An address on the education of medical officers for service in the tropics: delivered at the International Continuation Course of the League of Nations, Nov. 24th, 1927
[London. Lancet Office. 1927]. 28p.
An address on the "Evolution of the maps of the British Isles": delivered in the Whitworth hall of the University of Manchester, January 26th, 1923 (during the loan exhibition of old maps, January 25th to 31st)
Fordham, Herbert George
Manchester . The University Press. 1923. 20 p.
An address on the first American flag, Washington's flag
Cummings, T. Harrison
Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Tribune Press. 1921.
An address on the formation of a committee for the international collective investigation of disease: Medical Congress, Cophenhagen, August 1884
Gull, William Withey
London. Henningham & Hollis. 1884. 22p.
An address on the functions of the school clinic
Rolleston, Humphry Davy
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An address on the future of east-west relations, to be given by the President of the United States ofAmerica (Ronald Reagan) under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Guildhall ... 3rd June 1988
(London. The Corporation. 1988). (10) p., plates.
An address on the general principles which should be observed in the construction of hospitals: delivered to theBritish Medical Association at Leeds, July 29, 1869, with the discussion which took place thereon
London. Macmillan. 1869.
An address on the history of the invention and discovery of spectacles: being the Inaugural Address delivered beforethe members of the Bradford Division of the British Medical Association
Oliver, George H
London. BMA. 1913. 27p.
An address on the inadequate treatment of anaemia
London. British Medical Association. . 5p.
An address on the influence of the clerical profession: as delivered in the Hall of Science, New York : to which is added, a tract and a warning
London. J. Watson. [ca. 1840].
An address on the instant coming of the Lord and the preparation of the church for his coming: delivered at St. James' Hall, Thursday, June 21st, 1866
London. J. Paul. .
An address on the limits of education: read before the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ... 1865
Boston,Mass. E.P. Dutton. 1865.
An address on the medical aspects of carcinoma of the breast
S.l. s.n. 1906. 12p.
An address on the modern treatment of pulmonary consumption: delivered before the Hunterian Society of St. George's Hospital on November 24th, 1901
London. J. Bale, sons & Danielsson. 1902. 28p.
An address on the nation and the tropics
[London]. Richard Clay. [1909?]. 26p.
An address on the necessity for a new hospital in the north-western quarter of the metropolis
London. (printed byChapman). 1842. 12, 4 p.
An address on the necessity of an extension of moral and political instruction among the working classes
London. Wakelin. [1834?]. 23p.
An address on the necessity of free inquiry and plain speaking, at the inauguration of the Liberal Social Union, Saturday, February 28, 1874
London. Thomas Scott. 1874. 15p.
An address on the occasion of the tercentenary of the death of Richard Hakluyt: 23 November, 1916
London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society by the Chiswick Press. 1917. 19, (1) p.
An address on the on the condition of the agricultural labourer and his cottage home: delivered at a meeting of the Oxford farmers' club
Faringdon. C. Luker. 1864. 59p.,  fold. plate.
An address on theory and practice in relation to the treatment of cancer with lead
Bell, W. Blair
London. Printed at the office of the British Medical Association. 1926. 16p.
An address on the present condition of the working-classes
Norwich. W.H. Stevens, printer. 1887. 11p.
An address, on the present crisis of affairs: to the nobility, gentry, clergy, freeholders, and other inhabitants, of the county of Monmouth
Monmouth. from the press of C. Heath: sold by him in the market place, - and to be had also of the Glocester, Hereford, and Bristol newsmen. [1798?]. ,23,p. : 8vo.
An address on the present national crisis to the directors, staff and workmen of Hall & Co. Ltd, coal, gravel and builders' merchants of Victoria Wharf, Croydon
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. . 11p.