An annotated research bibliography of studies in Arabic, English, and French, of the fellah of the Egyptian Nile, 1798-1955
Coult, Lyman H
Coral Gables, Fla. University of Miami Press. 1958. v, 144p.
An annotated synopsis of the genera and subgenera of lejeuneaceae
Schuster, Rudolf Mathias
Weinheim. J. Cramer. 1963. v.
An annotated textbook survey of Greek and Latin authors
Sebesta, Judith Lynn
Pittsburgh, PA. Classical Association of the Atlantic States.
An annotated text of the general rate act 1967: chapter 9
Karlslake, Harry Howard
London. The Rating andValuation Association. 1967. xi, 268p.
An annotated text of the Town and Country Planning Act 1968 and certain related statutory provisions
Karslake, H. Howard
London. Rating and Valuation Association. 1968. 389 p.
An annotated translation of MiqsĐat Ma'seh ha-Tora (4QMMT)
Dombrowski, Bruno W. W
Krakow. Weenzen. 1993. 44p.
An annotative bibliography of the Heritage Press
Bussacco, Michael C
West Wyoming, Pa. Bosak Press. 1989-.
An annotator tool for Web based documents
[s.l. The Author]. 1998.
An announcement and a prospectus
London. Camberwell Press, Camberwell School of Art and Crafts. 1984.
Anannt taraf dot
Bhagvat, A. L
Bombay. Shri Gajanan. (n.d.).
An annual of new art and artists
New York. Harry N. Abrams.
An annual report by the Department of Trade and Industry
London. The Stationery Office.
An annual report of St. Philip and St. James Church Ratby
Ratby. St. Philip Church. 1998.
An anomalous response to direct faradic stimulation of a nerve: at re-exploratory operations
Stopford, John Sebastian Bach
[London]. Lancet Office. [1921?]. 4p.
An anomaly in the service industry: the effect of entry on fees
Greenhut, M. L
Reading. University of Reading. 1984.
Ana Non: roman
(Paris). Stock. 1977. 310 p.
(An anonymous pamphlet expressing belief in the early separation of England and Ireland
Gregory, William Henry
London. printed by Clowes. 1881.). 19 p.
An anonymous Scottish treatise of music from the 17th century: British Museum, Additional manuscript 4911
Maynard, Judson Dana
Ann Arbor, Mich. University Microfilms International. 1985. 1 microfilm reel.
An anonymous short English metrical chronicle
London. Oxford University Press for the Early English Text Society. 1935.
An anonymous short English metrical chronicle
New York. Kraus. 1971.
Ananse: the web of life in Africa
Austin. University of Texas Press. 1962.
Walton-on-Thames. Nelson. 1992. vi,62p.
Anansi and other stories: Tales from Africa and the Caribbean
The Anansi Storytelling in Schools Project. 1 videocassette.
Anansi and the alligator
Coventry. Minority Group Support Service. 1987.
Anansi and the jar of bees
(s.l.). (s.n.). (s.d.).
Anansi and the magic yams
London. Blackie Children's Books. 1994. (32)p.
London (64 Selsdon Rd, S.E.27). Brockwell. c1984. 12p.
Amsterdam. Leopold. 2000. 343p.
Anansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
London. Hamilton. 1973. (39)p.
Anansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1972.
Anansi the spider
Henley-on-Thames. Weston Woods. 1974. 1 filmstrip (41fr.).
Anansi the spider man: Jamaican folk tales
Sherlock, Philip M
New York. Thomas Crowell. 1954.
[Anansi the spider man]
[Leamington Spa]. Scholastic Publications. 1987. 1 wallchart.
Anansi the tricky spider: a West Indian folk tale
Port of Spain, Trinidad. Columbus. 1970.
An ansvver to the book of Sir Thomas Manwaringe: of Pever in Cheshire baronet, entituled A defence of Amicia, daughter of Hugh Cyveliok Earl of Chester. Wherein is vindicated and proved, that the grounds declared in my former book, concerning the illegitimacy of Amicia, are not evinced by any solid answer or reason to the contrary
[London. s.n.]. Anno Dom. 1673. , 90, 28,  p. : 8vo.
An answer addressed to those who have read Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet, in support of a tax, and permission to export raw wool
London. printed for R. Faulder. 1782. 24p.
An answer at large, to a most hereticall, trayterous, and Papisticall Byll, in English verse: which was cast abrode in the streets of Northampton, and brought before the judges at the last assises there
Northampton. Taylor and Son. 1881.
An answer at large, to a most hereticall, trayterous, and Papisticall Byll, in English verse: which was cast abrode in the streets of Northamton, and brought before the Judges at the last assises there
London. John Awdelye. 1570.
An answere to a letter
Saint German, Christopher
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973. ca. 150 p.
An answere to a treatise written by Dr. Carier: wherein he... endevoureth to move others to be reconciled to theChurch of Rome
London. by Iohn Bill. 1616.
[An Answere to Maister Iuelles Chalenge
[Imprinted in Louaine [Louvain]. [by Iohn Bogard at the Golden Bible]. [Anno 1564]. [viii], 193,  leaves.
An answere to the Earle of Straffords oration, the 13. of Aprill, 1641
Strafford, Thomas Wentworth
[London]. [s.n.]. 1641.
An answere to the Hollanders declaration
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. (5), 14, (16) p.
An answere to the ten reasons of Edmund Campian the Jesuit, in confidence whereof he offered disputation to the Ministers of the Church of England, in the controversie of faith
London. Felix Kyngston, for Cuthbery Burby and Edmund Weaver. 1606.
An answere vnto Sir Thomas Mores Dialoge
Washington, D.C. Catholic University of America Press. c2000. xlix, 496 p.
An answer from John Arnold to an anonymous letter on the longitude
London. Becket. 1782. (20) p.
An answer from Limbo
London. Deutsch. 1963.
An answer from limbo
Harmondsworth. Penguin. 1965.
An answer from limbo
Toronto. McClelland and Stewart. 1962. 319p.
An answer from the heart
London. Mills & Boon. 1990.
An answer humbly offer'd to the Further reasons against the bill for exemplifying the last will of Arthur, late earl of Anglesey &c
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley
(1738?). 3 p.
An answer in defence of the truth against the "Apology of private mass" ... published in 1562: to which is prefixed (as in the original edition) the work answered, entitled "An apology of private mass", an anonymous popish treatise against Bishop Jewel
Cooper, Thomas ; Goode, William
Cambridge. University Press. 1850. xv, 223p.
An answer in defence of the truth against the Apology of private mass .... to which is prefixed ... the work answered, entitled An apology of private mass, an anonymous popish treatise against Bishop Jewel
Cooper, Thomas ; Goode, William ; Jewel, John
Cambridge. Printed at the University Press. 1850.
An answer of a letter: from an agitator in the city, to an agitator in the army
London. 1647. 8 p.
An answer of A letter to a gentleman in the countrey giving an account of the two insurance-offices: the Fire-Office & Friendly-Society
S., H ; Barbon, Nicholas
(London. printed by Horton. 1685?). 4 p.
An answer of Ferdinando Lord Fairfax to a declaration of William, Earle of Newcastle, touching a late warrant issued by the Lo: Fairfax, dated 2 February, 1642: as also, the Lord Fairfax's willingnesse to decide the controversie with the said Earle of Newcastle in a fayre field
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax
London. Printed for John Franke. 1642. 8p.
An Answer of the Company of Royal Adventurers of England trading into Africa: To the Petition and Paper of certain Heads and Particulars thereunto relating and annexed, exhibited to the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Paul Painter, Ferdinando Gorges, Henry Batson, Benjamin Skutt, and Thomas Knights, on the behalf of Themselves and Others concerned in His Majesties Plantations in America
[London]. [s.n.]. Anno Dom. 1667. [i], 18 p.
An answer of the Right Honourable the Earle of New-Castle His Excellency, &c. To thesix groundlesse aspersions cast upon him by the Lord Fairefax, in his late warrant (here inserted) bearing date Feb.2. 1642. By the Earle himself. The Protestation of the afflicted Ministers, printed 1605
Newcastle, William Cavendish ; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
Yorke. Reprinted at Oxford by H.H. 1642.
An answer or confutation of divers errors broached and maintained by the seven churches of Anabaptists contained inthose articles of their confession of faith presented to the Parliament, and other grosse opinions held by them against the cleare light of the Gospel
London. printed for Henry Shepheard and William Ley. 1646.
An answer to a book intituled A plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's supper,bin a letter to the author
Cambridge. printed for W. Thurlbourn. And sold by Messrs. Innys and Manby, S. Birt, Charles Rivington, and F. Clay in London. 1736. ,94,;,99,;,197,p.
An answer to a book intituled A plain account of the nature and end of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. In a letter to the author
Warren, Richard ; Hoadly, Benjamin
Cambridge. printed for W. Thurlbourn. 1736.
An answer to a book, intituled, The doctrine and discipline of divorce; or, A plea for ladies and gentlewomen, and all other married women against divorce. Wherein both sexes are vindicated from all bondage of Canon law, and other mistakes whatsoever: and the unsound principles of the author are examined and fully confuted by authority of holy scripture, the laws of this land, and sound reason
London. printed by G.M. for William Lee. 1644.
An answer to a book intituled The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James's government: in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his government, and of submitting to their present majesties, is demonstrated
London. (s.n.). Printed in the year 1692. (22), 195, 77, (6) p., (1) leaf (folded).
An answer to a book published by Dr. Bramhall ... called, The Catching of the Leviathan: Togetherwith an historical narration concerning heresie, and the punishment thereof
Hobbes, Thomas ; Bramhall, John
London. Crooke. 1682. (iv), 160 p.
An answer to a book, spread abroad by the Romish priests, intituled, The touchstone of the reformed Gospel: wherein the true doctrine of the Church of England, and many texts of the Holy Scripture are faithfully explained
Patrick, Simon ; Kellison, Matthew
London. Printed for R. Chiswell. 1692. , 276 p.
An answer to a calumny: with some remarks upon an anonymous pamphlet, addressed to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, entitled, 'Some observations on theAssiento Trade, as it has been exercised by the South Sea Company
Factor to the South Sea Company
London. Printed by W. Wilkins; sold by J. Roberts. 1728.
An answer to a Catholike Englishman [i.e. Robert Parsons]... who... passed his censure upon the Apology madeby... James... King of Great Brittaine... for the Oath of Allegeance
London. by Thomas Haveland for Mathew Law. 1609.
An answer to a challenge made by a Jesuite [i.e. William Malone, etc] in Ireland: Wherein the judgement of antiquity in the points questioned is truly delivered, and the novelty of the now Romish doctrine plainly discovered : To which is added A discourse of the religion anciently professed by the Irish and British
Ussher, James ; Malone, William
London. Printed for Benjamin Tooke . 1686. [xviii],431,,,99,p.
An Answer to a Challenge Made by a Jesvite in Ireland: Wherein the Ivdgement of Antiquity in the Points Questioned is Truly Delivered, and the Noveltie of the now Romish doctrine plainely discovered
Ussher, James ; Malone, William
London. Printed for the Society of Stationers. 1625. 1 p.l., (10)p., 1 l., (10), 527, (6) p.
An answer to a clergyman's letter to J.W. Coke, esq. M.P. on ... certain speeches delivered at ... Norwich ... 5th of April, 1817
Glover, George ; Coke, Thomas William
Norwich. Printed by Stevenson. 1817. 65 p.
An answer to a conference concerning succession
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1975. (171) p.
An answer to a dark, confused paper, entituled several things given forth by John Aynsloe: wherein his confusion and dark spirit is manifest and reproved
London. printed for Benjamin Clark. 1683.
An Answer to a Discourse intituled, Papists Protesting against Protestant-Popery: Being a Vindication of Papists not Misrepresented by Protestants ; And Containing a Particular Examination of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, his Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of Rome, in the Articles of Invocation of Saints, and the Worship of Images, occasioned by that Discourse
London). Printed for John Amery at the Peacock, and William Rogers at the Sun (both against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet. 1686. [ii], 131 p.
An answer to a late book intituled, Christianity as old as the creation, in two parts
Dublin. printed by S. Powell, for Abraham Bradley. 1733. 2 v.
An answer to a late insolent libel, entituled A (true) discovery of the conduct of receivers and thief-takers, in ... the city of London
Wild, Jonathan ; Hitchin, Charles
London. T. Warner. 1718. 44 p.
An answer to a late pamphlet, entitled An examination of the scheme of church power laid down in the Codex juris ecclesiastici Anglicani, &c. shewing the unfair representations and groundless reflections made by the author of that pamphlet
Andrews, John ; Northleigh, John
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1735. ,161,p.
An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, A free and candid inquiry, addressed to the representatives, &c. of this kingdom
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. p.
An answer to a late pamphlet intituled a Short abstract of Dr. Chamberlen's proposal
(London?. 1695?). 4 p.
An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Reasons offer'd against the intended project, commonly called, the National Land-bank
(London. 1696). 4 p.
An answer to a late proposal for uniting the kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, with some occasional remarks thereon: shewing, that thesekingdoms may be best preserved disunited
Dublin . reprinted, for Marshal Sheepey, bookseller and publisher. 1751. 68p.
An answer to a legal argument on the Toleration Act, shewing that the Court of Quarter Sessions have a judicial function as to the administration of oaths to persons offering themselves for qualification as protestant dissenting ministers
Marriott, George William
London. Printed for J. Butterworth. 1812.
An Answer to a letter from a freeholder of Buckingham-shire to a friend in London concerning the election of the knights of the said county
(London?. 1679?). 4 p.
An answer to a letter from a lord to a commoner, concerning the two church bills lately rejected
Commoner of Ireland ; Hyde, Sarah ; Hyde, Sarah
Dublin. Printed by and for S. Hyde, Bookseller, in Dame-street, M,DCC,XXII. . 56 p.
An answer to a letter of enquiry into the grounds and occasions of the contempt of the clergy
London. Printed for Nath. Ranew and S. Robinson. 1671. 91p.
An answer to A letter to a dissenter: upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence
London. Printed for R. Sare. 1687. 50 p.
An answer to a letter to a late noble commander of the British forces: In which the candor is proved to be affected, the facts untrue, the arguments delusive, and the design iniquitous
[Dublin]. London, printed for W. Owen, and Dublin re-printed for J. Exshaw, R. Watts, J. Hoey, jun. and H. Bradley. 1759. 47,  p. : 8vo.
An answer to 'A letter to Edward Long Fox, M.D.'
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Bristol. Sold by all the booksellers. [179-]. 8p.
An answer to a letter written at Oxford, and superscribed to Dr. Samuel Turner, concerning the Church, and the revenues thereof: wherein is shewed, how impossible it is for the King with a good conscience to yeeld to the change of Church-government by bishops, or to the alienating the lands of the Church
Steward, Richard ; Fountaine, John
[London?]. [s.n.]. 1647.
An answer to a letter written by a dignitary of the Roman Catholic Church to ... the Archbishop of Dublin
Dublin. Milliken. 1822. 22 p.
(An answer to a letter written to me by a friend
London. 1769). 4 p.
An answer to a libel entituled, a "Dialogue between Dr. H.C. (i.e. Hugh Chamberlen) and a country-gentleman"
(London. printed by T. Sowle. 1696). 24 p.
An answer to all the excuses and pretences, which men ordinarily make for their not coming to the Holy Communion: to which is added, a brief account of the end and design of the Holy Communion
London. printed for Richard Sare. 1712. 48p.
An answer to a memorial stated to have been presented to the ... Secretary at war (Charles Yorke) in favourof a suppression of the Tower Hamlets militia: in a letter to that gentleman
Robson, Edward ; Yorke, Charles Philip
London. printed by C. Clarke. 1802. 55 p.
An answer to an address of Mr. Thomas Ayres Guthrie, late a Protestant, and clerk, and schoolmaster, now a Roman Catholic, to the people of Ireland: also, an answer to the infidel objections of Mr. Guthrie's coadjutor, (supposed to be a priest), against God's word, and the Bible proved to be the only infallible rule of faith
Cork. Printed by Thomas P. Kemp. 1834. 38p.