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An account of the ancient borough town of Colchester
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An account of the ancient division of the English nation into hundreds and tithings
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An account of the ancient monuments in state charge
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An account of the ancient stone amphitheatre lately discovered in the county of Kerry: with fragments of Irish history relating thereto, &c. &c. &c
Vallancey, Charles
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An account of the ancient town of Frodsham in Cheshire
Beamont, William
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An account of the antiquities of the Indians: chronicles of the New World encounter
Pane, Ramon ; Arrom, Jose Juan
Durham, NC. Duke University Press. 1999. xxix, 72p.

An account of the antiseptic vaults beneath S. Michan's Church, Dublin: read at the annual meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, at Leamington
Vicars, Arthur Edward
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An account of the appeal of death, by Wm. Ashford, against Am. Thornton, and the substance of the proceedings in the Court of King's Bench
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An account of the application of the gas from coal to oeconomical purposes, by Mr. William Murdock, read before the Royal Society: on the 25th February, 1808, and printed in the Philosophical Transactions for that year
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An account of the Apprenticeship Festival of the School of Printing. Oct.30, 1906
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An account of the Arctic regions: with a history and description of the northern whale-fishery
Scoresby, William
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An account of the arctic regions with a description of the northern whale-fishery
Scoresby, William
Newton Abbot. David and Charles. 1969.

An account of the Arctic regions with a history and description of the northern whale-fishery
Scoresby, William
Edinburgh. Printed for A. Constable & co.; (etc.,etc.). 1820. 2 v.

An account of the Arctic regions with a history and description of the northern whale-fishery
Scoresby, William
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An account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby, Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt.Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg: on a complaint exhibited by the Judge-Advocate on behalf of Her Majesty, at a court-martial held on board the ship Breda in Port-Royal harbour in Jamaica in America, the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12thdays of October, 1702 : For cowardice ..., and other crimes, committed ... in a fight at sea, commenced the 19th of August, 1702 - off of St. Martha ... For which, Col. Kirkby and Capt. Wade were sentenc'd to be shot to death
Kirkby, Richard ; Constable, John ; Wade, Cooper ; Vincent, Samuel ; Fogg, Christopher
London. Printed for John Gellibrand ; and are to be sold by A. Baldwin. 1703.

An account of the arrangements and procedure in Westminister Hall, Friday, 7 May, 1937, on the occasion of the luncheon of the Empire Parliamentary Association at which H.M. King George VI welcomed the prime ministers and other delegates to the Imperial conference and the delegates to the Empire Parliamentary Conference
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An account of the art of typography as practised in Alnwick from 1781 to 1815
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An account of the astronomical discoveries of Kepler: a reprinting of the 1804 text
Small, R
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An account of the asylum for the indigent blind, in Bristol, instituted in the year 1793: containing the rules and regulations
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An account of the augmentation of small livings by "the governors of the bounty of Queen Anne ...": Also the charters, rules, and acts of parliament by which the proceedings of the governors are regulated
Hodgson, Christopher
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An account of the augmentation of small livings by "the governors of the bounty of Queen Anne , for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor clergy: also the charters, rules, and acts of parliament by which the proceedings of the governors are regulated : to which are prefixed, practical instructions for the use of incumbents and patrons of augmented livings, and of other interested parties, on various subjects relating to Queen Anne's bounty
Hodgson, Christopher
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An account of the Bank of Credit in the city of London
Houghton, John
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An account of the banquet given by his Grace the Dunke of Northumberland to the workmen employed upon the works of Alnwick Castle, on Friday the 25th November, 1859
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An account of the barons of Dudley
Grazebrook, H. Sydney ; Fitz Ansculph family ; Somery family ; Sutton family ; Ward family ; Lea family ; Dudley family
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An account of the basalts of Saxony: with observations on the origin of basalt in general
Aubuisson de Voisins, Jean Francoʹis d'
Edinburgh. A. Constable. 1814. 276p.

An account of the basalts of Saxony: with observations on the origin of basalts in general
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An account of the basalts of Saxony, with observations on the origin of basalt in general
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An account of the Battle fought at Tewkesbury, between the Houses of York and Lancaster
James Mills. Tewkesbury. 1827. 45p.

An account of the Battle fought at Tewkesbury, between the Houses of York and Lancaster in 1471
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An account of the battle of Stratford-on-Avon and death of Lord Brooke at the seige of Lichfield Cathedral
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[An account of the battle of Waterloo
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An account of the Battle of Waterloo: fought on the 18th of June 1815
London. James Ridgway. 1815. 116p.

An account of the Bay Psalm book: by Henry Wilder Foote
Foote, Henry Wilder
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An account of the beaked whales of the family Ziphid¿ inthe collection of the United States National museum: with remarks on some specimens in other American museums
True, Frederick William
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An account, of the behaviour of the fourteen late popish malefactors, whil'st in Newgate: And their discourses with the ordinary, viz. Mr. Staley, Mr. Coleman, Mr. Grove, Mr. Ireland, Mr. Pickering, Mr. Green, Mr. Hill, Mr. Berry, Mr. Whitebread, Mr. Harcourt, Mr. Fenwick, Mr. Gawen, Mr. Turner, and Mr. Langhorn. Also a confutation oftheir appeals, courage, and cheerfulness, at execution
Smith, Samuel
London. Printed for T. Parkhurst, D. Newman, t. Cockeril, and T. Simmons. 1679. 38 p.

An account of the behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock: after his sentence, and on the day of his execution
Foster, James
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An account of the behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, after his sentence, and on the day of his execution
Foster, James
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An account of the Bell Rock light house: including the details of the erection and peculiar structure of that edifice. To which is prefixed a historical view of the institution and progress of the northern light-houses. Illustrated with twenty-three engravings. Drawn up by desire of the commissioners of the northern light-houses
Stevenson, Robert
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An account of the benefactions and charitable funds in the parish of Fulham
Baker, Robert George
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An account of the Berber dialect of Ait Alloui with an attempted adequation of the axiomatic-functional model adopted for its phonological description
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An account of the Beulah saline spa at Norwood, Surrey
Weatherhead, George Hume
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An account of the bilious remitting yellow fever: as it appeared in the city of Philadelphia, in the year 1793
Rush, Benjamin
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An account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent's
Young, Sir William
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An account of the Blofeld family of Hoveton House in the County of Norfolk
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An account of the bridge across the Thames at Kew, Surrey
Chancellor, E. Beresford
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An Account of the Bristol Education Society: begun anno 1770
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An account of the British Aid Programme: text of United Kingdom memorandum to the Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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An account of the British campaign of 1809 under Sir A. Wellesley in Spain and Portugal
Munster, George Fitzclarence
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An account of the British settlement of Aden in Arabia
Hunter, Frederick Mercer
Cass. 1968. 232p.,ill.,23cm.

An account of the burglary committed at Charlecote Park, on Monday night, 6th of May, 1850
Lucy, Mary Elizabeth
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An account of the burning of the articles of the Union at Dumfries
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An account of the burning the city of London: as it was publish'd by the special authority of King and Council in the year, 1666. To which is added, the opinion of Dr. Kennet the present bishop of Peterborough ... and that of Dr. Eachard, relating thereunto. Also the whole service appointed for the day
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An account of the burning the city of London ... publish'd ... in ... 1666: to which is added, the opinion of Dr. Kennet ... and that of Dr. Eachard, with ... the propriety of Thomas Ebbit
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An account of the burning the city of London ... publish'd ... in ... 1666: to which is added, the opinion of Dr. Kennet ... and that of Dr. Eachard, relating thereunto
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An account of the campaign in the West Indies, in the year 1794 ... with the reduction of the islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, Guadaloupe, Marigalante, Desiada, &c
Willyams, Cooper
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An account of the Cape of Good Hope
Percival, Robert
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An account of the capitulation and surrender of Limerick
Jones, Edward
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An Account of the Care taken in most Civilized Nations for the Relief of the Poor: more particularly in Times of Scarcity and Distress
Onely, Richard
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An account of the castle and town of Denbigh
Newcome, Richard
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An account of the caves of Ballybunian [sic], County of Kerry, with some mineralogical details
Ainsworth, William Francis ; Marshall ; O'Brien, C ; Folds, George
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An account of the celebration of the Jubilee, on the 25th October, 1809: being the forty-ninth anniversary of the reign of George the Third, "the father of his people."
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An account of the celebrations held on the coming of age of Lord Doune: July, August, and September, 1913
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An account of the central organisation in the steel industry
London. The Federation. 1958. 31 p., plates.

An account of the ceremonial at the coronation of their most excellent Majesties King James II and Queen Mary
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An account of the ceremonies observed at the coronation of ... George III and ... Queen Charlotte, on ... 22d of September, 1761: To which is added the form of the ceremonies observed at the coronations of ... kings and queens of England ... also a description of the royal and sacred ornaments
George ; Charlotte
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An account of the ceremonies observed in the coronations of the kings and queens of England: to which is added a description of the royal and sacred ornaments
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An Account of the ceremony in Westminster Hall on ... May 9th 1935 on the occasion of the presentation of addresses by both Housesof parliament ... to ... King George V congratulating him on the celebration of the silver jubilee of his most illustrious reign
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An account of the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Royal Dramatic College ... (at Maybury, Surrey) by ... the Prince Consort
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An account of the changes in role and designation of the territorial units of the RoyalRegiment of Artillery recruited in ... Hertfordshire, 1908-1961
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An account of the Chapel of Roslin, 1778
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An account of the charitable benefactions, belonging to the parish of Christ church, Spitalfields
Hyam, Sumerset J
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An account of the charitable trusts and other properties belonging to friends of Warwick, Leicester and Stafford quarterly meeting
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An account of the charities and charitable benefactions of Braintree
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An account of the ... charities ... and properties belonging to the parish of Enfield
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An account of the charities and properties belonging to the Parish of St. George-the-Martyr, Southwark
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AN ACCOUNT of the charities for apprentices belonging to the parish of Hornsey, Middlesex: with some suggestions for their better managementand application
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An account of the charities in the parish of Dudley, in the county of Worcester: printed verbatim from the report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of an act of Parliament, ...intituled "An act for appointing Commissioners to continue the inquiries concerning charities in England and Wales for two years, and from thence to the end of the then next session of Parliament(dated 10th July 1832)
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An account of the charities of the ancient parish of Hornsey
PRICE, Ernest C
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An account of the charities of the parish of St. Dunstan's-in-the-west: prepared for the public inquiry to be held ... 6th December 1901
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An account of the charity of "God's gift", Dulwich
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An account of the charity of "God's gift", Dulwich
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An account of the charity property of the parish of St. George the Martyr, Southwark: from the year MDLXXXI to the present period
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An account of the charters, deeds, and other documents now preserved at Agecroft Hall, Co. Lancaster
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An account of the Cheshire Township of Appleton
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An account of the chief libraries ofAustralia and Tasmania
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An account of the chief occurrences of Ireland. Together with some particulars from England
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An account of the Chiswick Works of the London General Omnibus Company
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An account of the Christmas prince: as it was exhibited in the University of Oxford, in the year 1607
Higgs, Griffin ; Bliss, Philip
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An account of the church and parish of Cawston in the county of Norfolk
Rye, Walter
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An account of the church and parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate, in the City of London
Baddeley, John James
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An Account of the church and priory of Saint Mary Magdalene, Davington, in the county of Kent
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An account of the churches of St. Peter of Shipden and of St. Peter and Paul of Cromer, in the county of Norfolk
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An account of the churches, or places of assembly, of the primiteive Christians; from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem, and Constantinople. Described by Eusebius. And ocular observations of several very ancient edifices of churches yet extant in those parts. With a seasonable application
Wheler, George
London. Printed by S. Roycroft, for R. Clavell. 1689. 130 p., plates.

An account of the churches or places of the primitive Christians: from the churches of Tyre, Jerusalem and Constantinople described by Eusebius and ocular observations
Wheler, George
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An account of the Church of All Souls, Haley Hill, Halifax, in the county of West Yorkshire
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An account of the church of St. Pancras
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An account of the circumstances attending the imprisonment and death of the late William Millard ... in which will be found some authentic and interesting details respecting ... St. Thomas's, Guy's, and the London Hospital ... with particulars ... of thebarter and sale of the patients' dead bodies for the purposes of dissection ... with strictures on the conduct of Sir Astley Cooper, Sir William Blizard, Mr. Green
Millard, Ann
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An account of the city and county of the City of York: comprising York from its origin to the end of the eleventh century, later medieval York, and York from the Reformation to the year 1925
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An account of the City of London Lying-in Hospital for Married Women, in Aldersgate street, instituted March 30, 1750
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An account of the city of York, comprising: York--from its origin to the end of the eleventh century: Later mediaeval York; and York--from the Reformation to the year 1925
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An account of the Civil List expences [sic] between November 5, 1688, and Lady Day, 1702
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An account of the Clapton County Secondary School under the Howard Plan 1920-1930
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An account of the College of Minor Canons of St. Paul's Cathedral
Foxell, Maurice Frederic
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An account of the Collegiate Chapel of Saint Stephen, at Westminster: shewing its first foundationin the reign of King Stephen; the rebuilding of the chapel by Edward I.; its subsequent destruction by fire, and the final completion of the structure by Edward the Third ... The whole compiled from the original records in the public archives in the Exchequer
Topham, John ; Banks, Thomas Christopher
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An Account of the colony and fishery of Newfoundland and the present state thereof: with a mapp [sic.] of the whole island
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An account of the coming up of Tho. Earl of Danby from the Tower of London, to the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, on Saturday the 27th of May, 1682: Together with the most remarkable passages and arguments used by His Lordship to that court, and the answer of the judges thereto
Leeds, Thomas Osborne
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An account of the commencement and proceedings of the Independent Benevolent Society: instituted in the year 1799, for the relief of necessitous ministers
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An account of the company, its aims and objects
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An account of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire
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An account of the comparison of various British standards of linear measure
Kater
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An account of the condemnation and execution of Thomas Cranmer: extracted from the life of Cranmer
Gilpin, William
Birmingham. printed by J. Belcher and Son. 1816. 24p.

An account of the conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough: from her first coming to court, to the year 1710
Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill ; Hooke, Nathaniel
London. Printed by J. Bettenham for G. Hawkins. 1742. 316 p.

An account of the conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, from her first coming to Court, to the year 1710: in a letter from herself to my Lord
Hooke, N
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An account of the conduct of the Roman Catholic clergy and zealots of France: from the first toleration there of the Protestants to their expulsion
Written and first published in January 1709 (and since reprinted with some additions . Sold by J. Morphew. 1710.

An account of the confederation of Clan Chattan: its kith and kin
Fraser-Mackintosh, Charles
Glasgow. John Mackay. 1898.

An account of the conference held in Nicholas-Lane, February 13th. 1734-5: Between two Romish priests, and some Protestant divines. With some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, The two conferences, &c. truly stated
Chandler, Samuel
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An account of the conference held in Nicholas-Lane, February 13th. 1734-5 between two Romish priests, and some Protestant divines
Chandler, Samuel
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An account of the Congo Independent State
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An account of the conquest of Guatemala in 1524
Alvarado, Pedro de ; Mackie, Sedley J
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An account of the conquest of the island of Bourbon: with a plan explanatory of the military operations andan appendix containing observations on the state of population, agriculture, commerce, and finance of the island, intended as a basis for estimating its value as a territorial acquisition
Officer of the expedition
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An account of the "Consilium Aegyptiacum", written by Leibnitz: under the auspices of the elector of Mayence, and presented to Louis XIV
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An account of the constitution, administration and dissolution of the Congested Districts Board for Ireland: from 1891 to 1923
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An account of the constitution, administration and dissolution of the Congested Districts Board for Ireland from 1891 to 1923
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An account of the constitutional English polity of congregational courts and more particularly of the great annual court of the people, called the View of Frankpledge: intended as an appendix to several tracts on national defence, &c
Sharp, Granville
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An account of the constitution and present state of Great Britain: together with a view of its trade, policy, and interest, respecting other nations, & of the principal curiosities of Great Britain and Ireland
London. Newberry. (1759). iv, 291 p. 8 plates.