An address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, January 19, 1814, on his designation as a Christian missionary to India
[Great Britain]. [Printed by A. Balfour]. 1814.
An address to the Right Hon. Earl Bathurst
Philip, John Baptista
Newtown, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, W.I. Paria Publishing Co. 1987. xxix, 291, 22 p.
An address to the Right honourable the Lord mayor, aldermen, commonalty and citizens of the city of London, respecting the authority and jurisdiction of the City in the borough of Southwark
(London. 181-). 3 p.
An address to the Right Reverend Dr. Samuel Horsley, Bishop of St. David's, on the subject of an apology for the liturgy and clergy of the Church of England
Birmingham. printed by J. Thompson. 1790. 41,  p.
An address to the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Corporation, to the worshipful the wardens and corporation of the Trinity-House, and to the worthy burgesses of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull
Hartley, David ; Cartwright, John
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1784. 26p.
An address to the Roman Catholic nobility and gentry of Ireland, on the tendency and effects of their particular doctrinesand practices: with a dialogue between a popish priest and an acute Roman Catholic gentleman, on the subject of the address
Edinburgh. printed by and for Mundell and Son. 1805.
An address to the Roman Catholics of the United States of America: occasioned by a letter addressed to the Catholics of Worcester, by Mr. Wharton, their late chaplain
Annapolis . re-printed for P. Keating. 1785.
An address to the Royal Society of Ireland, on the answer to Mr. Clarke's analytic enquiry into the nature and component principles of an alkaline salt
Kirwan, Richard ; Perceval, Robert ; Dickson, Stephen ; Deane, William
Dublin. printed by P. Byrne. 1791. ,155p.
An address to the rulers of this nation, and all those in power
London. printed by Darton and Harvey. 1808. 14p.
An address to the seatholders and congregation connected with the Church of St. James, Edgbaston: with a statement ofaccounts for the year ending May, 1880
Birmingham. J. W. Shenton, printer. 1880.
An address to the serious and candid professors of Christianity on the following subjects: viz., I. The use of reason in matters of religion, II. The power of man to do the will of God, III. Original sin, IV. Election and reprobation, V. The divinity of Christ, and VI. Atonement for sin by the death of Christ : occasiones by an appeal, lately published, on the same subjects
Serle, Ambrose ; Priestley, Joseph
London. printed for J. Buckland. . 72 p.
An address to the serious and candid professors of Christianity on the following subjects: viz. I. The use of reason ... VI. Atonement ... : occasioned by an Appeal, lately published, on the same subjects
London. printed for J. Buckland. [1772?]. 87,p.
An address to the serious and candid Professors of Christianity, on the following subjects: viz. I.-The use of reason in matters of religion; II.-The power of man to do the will of God; III.-Original Sin; IV.-Election and Reprobation; V.-The Divinity of Christ; and VI.-Atonement for sin by the death of Christ. Occasioned by an appeal, lately published, on the same subjects
London Printed . Re-printed by Francis D. Finlay (1, Corn-Market. 1819. 59p.
An address to the serious reader: pointing out some reasons why Divine Providence continues and increases the national troubles
Member of the Church
Leeds. [s.n.]. 1779. 16p.
An address to the shareholders of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company, on the present crisis in their affairs: with a view to demonstrate the irreparable injury their property will sustain by any further expenditure on the useless lines already begun or to be hereafter executed. With a map of the objectionable lines
Rawson, William ; Chapman, John ; Paulton, A. W
London. John Chapman, 142, Strand. 1848. 34p.
An address to the Socialists on the present position of the rational system of society: being the substance of two lectures, delivered in London, previous to the meeting of Congress, in May 1841
London. Home Colonization Society. 1841.
An address to the Society of Friends, on the employment of means for disseminating Christian knowledge among the heathen
London. Harvey and Darton... [et al.]. 1828. 15p.
An address to the Society of Protestant Dissenters at Call-Chapel Leeds: with other public addresses delivered at the ordination of the Rev'd Joseph Bowden, October 7th 1778
Leeds. 1778. nv.
An address to the Society of Protestant Dissenters, at Call-Lane Chapel, Leeds: with other public addresses delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Joseph Bowden, October 7, 1778
Dawson, Joseph ; Turner, William ; Morgan, Thomas
Leeds. Printed by James Bowling. 1778. 59p.
An address to the Sovereign on the Minister's conduct in rejecting the petitions of the lieutenants of the Royal Navy: to which is added strictures on the late promotion of flag officers
London. for J. Bew. 1788.
An address to the students of Mason University College, Birmingham, at the opening of the winter session, on 3rd October, 1898
Birmingham. The "Journal" Printing Office. 1898. 29 p.
An address to the students of Oxford and Cambridge: occasioned by a letter to Dr Priestley from ... Dr Horne, Dean of Canterbury
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1788.
An address to the students of physic relative to the present state of the School of Physic in this Kingdom
Dublin. 1803. 115 p.
An address to the subscribers to the Birmingham Library on the subject of Mr. Cooke's motion, to restrict the committee in the choice of books, with a view to exclude controversial divinity
Birmingham. Printed by Pearson and Rollason. 1787.
An address to the subscribers to The privileges of the University of Cambridge
London. Printed by T.W.Smales. 1823. 22 p.
An address to the subscribers to the Windsor and Eton Public Library and Reading Room, 29th Jan. 1833
London. Smith, Elder and Company. 1833.
An address to the supporters of Lord Grey and the friends of reform
London. Roake and Varty. 1831.
An address to the Swindon Branch of the Workers' Educational Assn
Bridges, Robert Seymour
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1916. 38 p.
An address to the thinking independent part of the community on the present alarming state of public affairs
Winter, John Pratt
Dublin. Printed by J. Chambers. 1797. 35 p.
An address to the town and county of Aberdeen, upon the present state of trade and manufactures
Aberdeen. Douglass & Murray. 1755. 20 p.
An address to the trustees of the Kidderminster turnpike roads: in consequence of a pamphlet entitled, "Observationson a resolution passed at a meeting of the trustees of the Kidderminster turnpike roads, on the 6th of January, 1830, on the motion of Mr. Watson, seconded by Mr. Jefferys."
Watson, Richard ; Jefferys, John
Kidderminster (Church Street). Thomas Deighton. 1830. 41p.
An address to the Unitarian congregation at Philadelphia: delivered on Sunday, March 5, 1797
Philadelphia. by Joseph Cales. 1797.
An address to the United States of North America: To which is added, a letter to the Hon. Robert Morris, esq. with notes and observations
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1784. ,95,p.
An address to the Volunteers of Ireland
Dublin. Hallhead. 1781. 40 p.
An address to the workingmen of New England, on the state of education, and on the condition of the producing classes inEurope and America: With particular reference to the effect of manufacturing (as now conducted) on the health and happiness of the poor, and on the safety of our republic
Boston, Mass. [s.n.]. 1832.
An address to the Yeomanry of Great Britain, upon the present situation of their country
Edinburgh. Printed for Campbell and Wallace. 1792. 30p.
An address to the younger part of the Christian Society, assembling at the New Chapel in Mosley-Street, Manchester: in connexion with two other addresses which were made in his name
Hawkes, William ; Higginson, Edward ; Grundy, John
Manchester. Printed by J. Aston. 1811. 24p.
An address to the young inhabitants of the pottery
Newcastle. printed by J. Smith. .
An address to the young men non-householders of England, on their duties, in the present important & momentouscrisis
Langford, John Alfred
Birmingham. J. Tonks. .
An address to the youth of Norwich
London. printed by James Phillips. 1776.
An address to the youth of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland
Belfast (1, Cornmarket). Printedby D. Lyons. 1813. iv, 22p.
An address to those brave, gallant, and loyal hearts, the commanders, officers, seamen, and marines, of the British navy. (Taken from no. 56 of the "Naval chronicle" ...)
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An address to those citizens in their public and private capacity, resisted the claim of the late House of Commons to nominate the ministers of the Crown
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1788. 14,  p.
An address to those who have either retired, or intend to leave the town, under the imaginary apprehensionof the approaching shock of another earthquake: being the substance of a sermon
London. Jonhston (sic.). 1750. 30 p.
An address to Unitarians, and in particular to Doctor Priestley: with observations, chemical and theological, proving the Word-Incarnate to be Very-God : being a restitution for the loss sustained by the riot
Hancock, Thomas Gregory ; Priestley, Joseph
[Birmingham]. Printed for the author. 1791.
An address to volunteer corps going on permanent duty: being a short and compendious direction to the several ranks of officers, non-commissioned officers and privates of volunteer corps, preparatory to marching, and whilst remaining on permanent duty : with copies of rosters, guard and parade reports, &c.&c., to which are prefixed copies of the several orders and letters from the Secretary of State, and other official letters respecting that duty
Birmingham. printed by Swinney & ferrall. 1805. 71p.
An address to volunteers: delivered at the opening of the new drill hall, Bonar Bridge, in April 1880
Edinburgh. Charles Gibson. 1886. 15p.
An address to working men: delivered at the Church congress, Nottingham, 1897
London. Society for PromotingChristian Knowledge. 1898.
An address to young people
London. Printed for and published by Keating and Co. . 30 p.
An address to young persons on confirmation: shewing the antiquity of the rite, the serious preparation requisite, and the benefit resulting from the solemn act of dedication to God : designed also as a general illustration of the order of confirmation
London. Printed and sold by Edward Bridgewater. [18--]. 35 p.
An Address to Young Persons on the Nature and Benefit of Confirmation
London. (printed by) C. Watts. 1795. 24p.
An address upon laying the foundation-stone of the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham, June 18, 1840: to which is prefixed an account of the ceremony and the list of subscriptions to June 20
Oxford. by W. Baxter. 1840.
An address upon the claims of the drama: delivered before ... the American Dramatic Fund Society, 1857
Bellows, Henry Whitney
London. published by J.W. Anson. [185-?]. 29p.
An address upon the wool industry of the United States, delivered at the exhibition of the American Institute in the city of New York, October 5, 1869
Bigelow, Erastus Brigham
New York. S.W. Green. 1869.
An address with a statement of accounts to the congregation of the church school,and inhabitants generally of Far Cotton
King, R. Collins
Northampton. R.Collins King. 1867. 12p.
Ana de la nuit
Paris. Nadeau. 1989. 41 p.
An Adenauers Seite: Sein Berater erinnert sich
Jahn, Hans Edgar
Munchen. Langen Muller. 1987.
An adequate income for one parent families
Atkinson, A. B
London. National Council for one Parent Families. 1977.
An ad for murder
London. Bantam. 1985.
Anadia from Sudan: a fourteen year old girl and her Furawi village
New York. UNICEF Information Division. [198-]. 30 slides.
An adioynder to the supplement of Father Robert Persons, his discussion of M. Doctor Barlowe's answere
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1975. (13),503p.
An adjustment movement in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory of Australia
Berndt, Ronald Murray
Paris. Mouton. 1962. 112 p.
Anadl o'r ucheldir
[Abertawe]. Gwasg John Penry. . 219p.
An administrative bureau duringthe old regime: the Bureau of Commerce and its relations to French industry from May 1781 to November 1783
Parker, Harold T
Newark. University of Delaware Press. c1993. 158 p.
An Administrative perspective of Tokyo
Tokyo. Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
An administrative perspective of Tokyo, 1972
Tokyo. Tokyo Metropolitan Government. 1972.
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Tokyo. Tokyo Metropolitan Government. 1973.
An administrative perspective of Tokyo, 1978
Tokyo. Tokyo Metropolitan Government. 1978.
An administrative response to a public inquiry: British Nuclear Fuels Limited and the Windscale inquiry
An administrative structure for secondary school examinations
Sheffield. Standing Conference of Regional Examinations Boards for the Certificate of Secondary Education. 1974.
An administrator's guide for evaluating programs and personnel
DeRoche, Edward F
Boston, Mass. . Allyn and Bacon. c1981. xi,274p.
An admirable woman: a novel
Cohen, Arthur A
Manchester. Carcanet. 1985. 228p.
An admirable woman
Long, Freda M
London. Hale. 1976. 205p.
An admonition against profane and common swearing: in a letter from a minister to hisparishioners. To be put privately into the hands of persons who are addicted to swearing
London. printed for F. and C. Rivington. 1794.
An admonition against swearing [speedy]
Dublin. Printed by R. James. 1755.
An admonition concerning a publick fast, and the just cause we have for it ... and the manner of performance: with an abstract of Mr. Chillingworth's judgement of the state of religion in this nation in his time
Stephens, Edward ; Chillingworth, William
London. [s.n.]. 1691. [ii], 10, 28p.
An admonition to my Lord Protector and his Co(u)ncil of their present danger. (Etc.)
London. 1654. (ii), 11 p.
An admonition to my Lord Protector and his council, of their present danger, with the means to secure him and his posterity in the present greatnesse: with the generall aplause and lasting tranquility of the Nation
Heath, James ; Howell, James
London. [s.n.]. 1654.
An admonition to the dissenting inhabitants of the diocess of Derry: concerning a book lately published by Mr. J. Boyse: entituled, Remarks on a late discourse of William Lord Bishop of Derry concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God (etc.)
King, William ; Boyse, Joseph
Dublin. printed by Andrew Crook. MDCXCIV (1694). 79 (1) p.
An admonition to the dissenting inhabitants of the diocess of Derry: concerning a book lately published by Mr. J. Boyse, entituled, Remarks on a late discourse of William Lord Bishop of Derry: concerning the inventions of men in the worship of God
London. printed for W. Keblewhite. 1694. [iv],58p.
An admonition to the dissenting inhabitants of the diocess of Derry: concerning a book lately published by Mr. J. Boyse, entituled, Remarks on a late discourse of William lord bishop of Derry: concerning the inventions of men and the worship of God
London. W. Keblewhite. 1694. 58 p.
An admonition to the magistrates of England upon our new settlement
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An admonition to the people of all countries, that not only our Saviour's second coming is near, and the restoration of the Hebrews to their own land, before the expiration of 1798, under their prince and prophet, Richard Brothers, but also the abolitionof Papacy and all antichrist religions before the conclusion of 1798
Leeds. Printed for A. Newsom. 1798. 12p.
An admonition to the people of England: against Martin Mar-Prelate
London. John Petheram. 1847. xii, 203p.
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Anadoln Derebeyi Ocaklarindan Koze Posa Hanedani
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Anadolu: journal of the Institute for Research in Near Eastern and Mediterranean Civilizations of the Faculty of Letters of the University of Ankara
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Anadolu beylikleri ve Akkoyunlu, Karakoyunlu devletleri
Uzuncʹarsʹili, Ismail Hakki
Ankara. Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi. 1988.
Anadolu'da Alevi katliamlar♯ł: Cʹald♯łran'dan Cʹorum'a
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Anadolu'da kayaustu resimleri
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Istanbul. Arkeolojive Sanat Yayinlari. 1984. 32p.
Istanbul. Kavraru. 1977. 344p.
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Istanbul. Andolu Destani. 1998. 560p.
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Anadolu ezgileri: klasik gitar ve piyano icʹin duzenlemeler
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Anadolu kilimlerinden ornekler
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Istanbul. Major Plak]. 1989 [101. 1 sound cassette.
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Ankara. Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi. 1971.
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Guntekin, Resʹat Nuri
Istanbul. Inkilap ve Kitabevi. 1991.
Anadolu'nun gizli kulturu Alevilik
Hmaburg. Alevi Kultur Merkezi. 1990.
Anadolu' nun oykusu
Istanbul. Bilgi Yayinevi. 1987. 187p.
Anadolu'nun Selcʹuklular devrindeki sosyal ve iktisadi tarihi: uzerinde arasʹtirmalar
Izmir. Ege universitesi Basimevi. 1990.
Ankara. Bilgi Yayineri. 1982. 232p.
Istanbul. Bilgi Yayinevi. 1984. 238p.
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Anadolunun Turklesʹmesi, Islamlasʹmasi ve aramizdaki Rumlar tarihi
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