An answer to a narrative, or the Ordinary of Newgate's account: of what passed between him and James Shepheard, wherein Mr. Lorrain... is proved to be in the wrong
London. Bareham. 1718. 6 p.
An answer to an atheistical work entitled The logic of death written by Jacob Holyoake
Kidderminster. George Friend. 16p.
An answer to and refutation of the principal passages, in the letters of a venerated nobleman: challenging the truth of their assertions
Observer of common events
Dublin. printed by J. Jones. 1795. ,28p.
An answer to an essay on spirit, which is calculated to set aside the doctrine of the Trinity in unity: In a dissertation on the scripture expressions, the angel of the Lord, and the angel of Jesus Christ ... interspersed with many curious observations, quite new
Dublin. printed for Peter Wilson, and Matthew Williamson. 1752. viii,38p.
An answer to a pamphlet (By Sir William Meredith) entitled, The question stated whether the freeholders of Middlesex fordeited their right by voting for Mr. Wilkes"
Forster, Nathaniel ; Meredith, William ; Wilkes, John
London. James Fletcher. 1769. 38 p.
An answer to a pamphlet entitled "A narrative of facts,": lately published by Mr. Thomas Mudge,junior, relating to some time-keepers constructed by his father Mr. Thomas Mudge, wherein is given an account of the trial of his first time-keeper
London. F. Wingrave. 1792. 128, 40 p.
An answer to a pamphlet entitled "Considerations of the bill to permit persons professing the Jewish religion to be naturalised
An answer to a pamphlet, entitled 'Taxation no tyranny': addressed to the author [i.e. Samuel Johnson], and to a person in power
London. Printedfor J. Almon. 1775.
An answer, to a pamphlet entitled, the speech of the Earl of Clare on the subject of a legislative union, between Great Britain and Ireland
Grattan, Henry ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed for J. Moore, No. 45, College-Green. 1800. , ii, 44 p. : 8vo.
An answer to a pamphlet entitul'd Frauds and abuses at St. Paul's: With an appendix relating to the revenues and repairs of that cathedral
London. Printed for J. Morphew. 1713. vii, 88 p.
An answer to a pamphlet, intitled, a faithful narrative of facts relative to the late presentation of Mr Haweis to the rectory at Aldwinckle, in Northamptonshire
London. Printed for E. and C. Dilly..., J. Robson..., and J. Mathews. 1767. xvi, 48p.
An answer to a pamphlet, intitled, The proceeding of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland ... vindicated: So far, as the same relates to ... Considerations ... national debt, &c
Dublin. printed by Richard James. 1754. 32p.
An Answer to a pamphlet intitled, The proceedings of the honourable House of commons of Ireland, in rejecting the altered money bill, on December 17, 1753, vindicated, &c: so far as the same relates to the argument of a pamphlet intitled, Considerations on the late bill for payment of the remainder of the national debt, &c
Robinson, Christopher ; Robinson, Christopher
Dublin. Printed by Richard James. 1754. 32 p.
An answer to a pamphlet intituled: A vindication of Sir Tho. Player, and those loyal citizens concerned with him. In defence of A reply to A speech made by Sir Tho. Player
(London. 1679). 4 p.
An answer to a pamphlet published by the Earl of Dondonald (sic), entitled, Thoughts on the manufacture and trade of salt, and on the coal-trade of Great-Britain, &c. with a particular examination of his mode of refining British salt: Together with remarks on the writings of Dr. Anderson, and others on the same subjects
Dublin. printed by M. Graisberry, for Luke White. 1786. ,76p.
An answer to a paper, called, 'The case of the auditors and receivers of His Majesty's revenue'. With a brief description of the antient course of the Exchequer for bringing in the crown-revenues. As also, some reasons wherefore the augmentation-revenue of the crown may be charged in the great roll of the Exchequer, and brought in by the sheriffs. Humbly offered to consideration
London. Printed by W.G. 1662.
An answer to a paper entituled "A trve narrative of the cause and manner of the dissolution of the late Parliament", upon the 12. of December, 1653. Wherein the grounds and manner thereof are truly stated and vindicated, by a Member of the House then present
London. Printed by T.N. for G. Calvert. 1653.
An answer to a printed book: intituled [sic] Observations upon some of his Majesties late answers and expresses
Oxford. Printed by Leonard Lichfield. 1642. 53p.
An Answer to a Printed Letter to Dr. W. P. [i.e. William Payne]: Concerning Non-Resistance, and other Reasons for not taking the Oathes : With some Queries to the Non-swearers in a Postscript
London). Printed by J. R. for Brabazon Aylmer (at the Three Pigeons in Cornhil, over-against the Royal Exchange. 1690. [ii], 38 p.
An Answer to a printed pamphlet called The Case of the inhabitants of Croydon in the county of Surrey. Humbly offered to the Parliament's judicious consideration
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1666?]. 10p.
An answer to a printed paper called A state of facts relating to the repairs done at the Comptroller's House
(London?. 1756?). 4 p.
An answer [by Sir John Birkenhead] to a speech without doores: or, animadversions upon an unsafe and dangerous answe to the Scotch-papers, printed under the name of Mv. Challener
London. s.n. 1646.
An answer to a speech without doores, or, Animadversions upon an unsafe and dangerous answer to the Scotch-papers, printed under the name of M. Challener his speech, which while it offereth to reach a blow at the Scotch papers doth indeed strike at the honour of the Parliament, and interest of the Kingdom of England
[London]. [s.n.]. 1646.
An answer to Bernhardi
Cairns, David Smith
London. H. Milford. 1914. 16p.
An answer to Bishop Wordsworth's Pastoral to the Wesleyan Methodists in the Diocese of Lincoln
Lincoln. Akrill. . 24p.
An answer to certain passages in Mr. W-'s [i.e. William Warburton] preface to his edition of Shakespear, together with some remarks on the many errors and false criticisms in the work itself
London. Printed for H. Carpenter. 1748.
An answer to Comrade Cervenkov and others. Adventurist acts of the Albanian government against the vital interests of the Albanian people. The responsibility of Communists. Lack of principle as a weapon in the struggle for principles. Building of socialism or strengthening of capitalist elements
Beograd. Office of Information of the Government of the FPRY. . 54p.
An answer to Doctor Fernes reply, entitled Conscience satisfied: especially to as much of it as concerned that answer to his treatise which went under the name of the Fuller Answer. By the same author
Herle, Charles ; Ferne, Henry ; Herle, Charles
London. Printed by Tho. Brudenell for N.A. 1643.
An answer to Dr Clark and Mr Whiston concerning the divinity of the Son and of the Holy Spirit: with a summary account of the chief writers of the three first ages
H. E ; Whiston ; Clark
London. Printed for Thomas Meighan. 1729. xxi,130p.
An answer to Dr. Clark, and Mr. Whiston, concerning the divinity of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit: with a summary account of the chief writers of the three first ages
London. printed for Thomas Meighan. 1729. , xxi, , 131,  p.
An answer to Dr. Priestley's letters to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: in a letter to the author
Layman of the established Church
London. printed for J.F. and C. Rivington. 1791. ,62p.
An answer to Dr. Priestley's letters to the right honourable Edmund Burke, in a letter to the author
London. for J.F. and C. Rivington. 1791.
An answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance to sovereign powers: in defence of the Case of allegiance to a king in possession. In a letter to a friend
London. Printed in the year 1691. (4), 12, 9-60 (i. e. 72) p.
An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's book of the unreasonableness of separation, so far as it concerns the peaceable designe
London. Printed for Thomas Parkhurst. . 39p.
An answer to Dr. William Brakenridge's letter concerningthe number of inhabitants, within the London bills of mortality: wherein the doctor's letter is inserted at large, his arguments proved inclusive, and the number of inhabitants increasing
Burrington, George ; Brakenridge, William
London. J. Scott. 1757. 40 p.
An answer to familiar epistles to Frederick J__s, on the present state of the Irish stage
Dublin (Dublin). printed for J. Parry. 1804. 24 p.
An answer to Father Coughlin's critics
Royal Oak (Mich.). Radio League of the Little Flower. 1940.
An answer to fools; and a word to the wise: addressed to the Reverend Maria de Fleury, John Ryland, and Co
London. printed for G. Terry; J. Davidson; J. Baker; and T. James. 1792.
An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq: his book intituled, Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations : also some passages of that book of his intituled, The neck of the Quakers broken and in his letter to Thomas Taylor
Muggleton, Lodowick ; Penington, Isaac ; Taylor, Thomas
London. [s.n.]. 1719. 24p.
An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq., his book entituled 'Observations' on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations', also ... 'The neck of the Quakers broken' and in his letter to Thomas Taylor
Muggleton, Lodowick ; Penington, Isaac ; Taylor, Thomas
London. by R. Brown. 1831.
An answer to ... J. Dury his letter which he writ ... to ... Thomas Goodwin ... Philip Nye ... Samuel Hartlie [i.e. Hartlib], concerning the manner of the reformation of the church, and answering other matters of consequence: And King James his judgement concerning the Book of common prayer
London. 1644. p.p. 15 : 4to.
An answer to Labour: feet on the ground or heads in the sand, and the alternative Union's constructive policy in Europe and Africa
(Ramsbury, Wilts. Sanctuary Press. 1948). 11p.
An Answer to Mark Twain
Brussels. A.G. Bulens. [1907?]. 45p.
An answer to Matthew French A.M. Junior Fellow of Trinity College, and Curate of St. Warborouh's Church Dublin on the scriptural Bishop. Where you have, the broken bone bruis'd to pieces. With a true prophecie of the whore's sudden fall, and the strange effects following. The one half of the Christian world-overflowing with joy, wonder and allelujah's; and the other half, with amazing sorrow, crying, Alas, alas. With a description of all church-officers in Old and New Testament, both ordinary and extraordinary. And a description of the church, with, and without officers
[Dublin?]. Printed in the year, 1709. 16p. : 8vo.
An Answer to Monsieur Talon's Plea, [against a Bull issued by Pope Innocent XI]: published at Paris ... : With Allowance
London. Printed, and Sold by Randal Taylor, near Stationers-Hall. 1688. [i], 37 p.
An answer to Monsieur Talon's plea published at Paris
London. Printed and sold by Randal Taylor. 1688.
An answer to Mr. Alderman Hopkins's letter to the livery of London
(London). 1776. 1 sheet.
An answer to Mr. David Russen's book, entitul'd, Fundamentals without a foundation, or a true picture of the Anabaptists, &c: Together with some brief remarks on Mr. James Broome's letter annex'd to that treatise
Stennett, Joseph ; Browne, Daniel ; Crouch, Samuel ; Baker, John
London. Printed, and sold by D. Brown at the Black-Swan without Temple-Bar, S. Crouch at the corner of Pope's-Head Alley in Cornhil, and J. Baker at Mercers-Chapel in Cheapside. 1704. ,iii-vi,[1-254p.
An answer to Mr. de Lolme's observations on the late national embarrassment
London. for John Stockdale. 1789.
An answer to Mr. Edward Hitchin's book, intituled, The infants cause pleaded, clear'd and vindicated, &c
Ewer, Samuel ; Marshall, William ; Baker, John ; Marshall, Joseph
London. Printed for W. Marshal in Gracechurch-Street, J. Baker at Mercers-chappel in Cheapside and J. Marshal in Newgate-street. 1710. ,iii-viii,,168p.
An answer to Mr George Dixon... in which the remarks of Mr. Dixon on the voyages to the North West Coast of America & c.... are fully considered and refuted
London. printed at the Logographic Press. 1791. 29cm.
An answer to Mr Greville Ewing's pamphlet: entitled, Facts & documents, &c
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Ritchie, sold by J. Ogle and A. Johnstone, Edinburgh, J. & A. Duncan, and M. Ogle, Glasgow; E. Lessie, Dundee; and by Maxwell & Wilson, and Williams & Smith, London. 1810. ,2-404p.
An answer to Mr Horace Walpole's late work, entitled, Historic doubts on the reign and life of King Richard the Third, or, An attempt to confute him from his own arguments
Guidickins, F. W ; Walpole, Horace
London. Printed for B. White. 1768.
An answer to Mr. Molyneux his Case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament, stated: and his dangerous notion of Ireland's being under no subordination to the Parliamentary authority of England refuted
Atwood, William ; Carey, John
London. Printed for Rich. Parker. 1698. (40), 171 p.
An answer to Mr. Paine's Age of reason: being a continuation of Letters to the philosophers and politicians of France, on the subject of religion; and of the Letters to a philosophical unbeliever
London. re-printed for J. Johnson. 1795.
An answer to Mr. Paine's Letter to Gen. Washington: or Mad Tom convicted of the blackest ingratitude : Including some pages of gratuitous counsel to the author of the "Cause and consequences, &c"
London. printed for the author: and sold by Messrs. Rivington ...and R. White. 1797. ,55p.
An answer to Mr. Pitt's attack upon Earl St. Vincent, and the Admiralty, in his motion for an enquiry into the state of the naval defence of the Country, on 15th of March, 1804
London. H. Ebers. 1804. 58 p.
An answer to Mr. Pope's preface to Shakespeare, in a letter to a friend: being a vindication of the old actors who were the publishers and performers of that author's plays
London. [s.n.]. 1729.
An answer to Mr Shepherd's considerations on the defence of the discourse of schism
London. [s.n.]. 1716.
An answer to Mr. Shepherd's considerations on the Defence of the Discourse of schism
Cambridge. printed at the University-Press, for Edmund Jeffery, and James Knapton, London. 1709. ,56p.
An answer to ... Mr. Thomas Reynolds, wherein the letters referr'd to in his narrative, in answer to ... Mr.Simon Browne are inserted at large
Hawkins, James ; Reynolds, Thomas
London. Morley. 1723. 60 p.
An answer to Mr. Warburton's Remarks on several occasional reflections, so far as they concern the preface to a late editionof theBook of Job: in which the subject and design of that divine poem are set in a full and clear light, and some particular passages in it occasionally explaind in a letter to the Reverand author of the Remarks
London. Printed for J. Stagg. 1744.
An answer to Mr. Warburton's Remarks on several occasional reflections, so far as they concern the preface to a late edition of the Book of Job ... in a letter to the reverend author of the remarks
London. printed for J. Stagg. 1744. 129,p.
An answer to observations on a speech, delivered the 26th day of December, 1769, in the House of Lords, in Ireland
Dublin. printed fot J. Hoey. 1770. 20p.
An answer to one part of the Lord Protector's speech, or, A vindication of the fifth monarchy-men, in reference to an accusation of evil charged upon them in his speech to the Parliament in the Painted Chamber, the 4 of September, 1654
London. published by John Spittlehouse. 1654.
An answer to part of a pamphlet intitled, The proceeding of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland, in rejecting the altered money-bill on December, 17, 1753, vindicated
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. p.
An answer to part of a pamphlet intitled, The proceeding of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland ... vindicated
Dublin. 1754. 30 p.
An answer to Pope Urban his invrbanity: expressed in a breeve sent to Lewis the French King, exasperating him against the Protestants in France
London. printed by W.I. for Nicholas Bourne. 1630.
An Answer To Pope Vrban His Invrbanity, Expressed In A Breve Sent To Lowis the French King, exasperating him against the Protestants in France
Hall, Joseph ; Jones, William ; Bourne, Nicholas ; B. S
Printed at London. by William Iones for Nicolas Bourne. 1629. p.p. , 12, , 4, , 9, , 3, 6 : 4to.
An answer to remarks upon an Essay concerning humane understanding
(London. Churchill. 1697.). 8 p.
An answer to Roger Crabs printed paper to the Quakers: And likewise to his principles and doctrines ... which is to be directed again to Roger Crab and his followers (etc.)
Salter, George ; Crab, Roger
London. Printed for Thomas Simmons. 1659. 8 p.
An answer to several queries relating to the proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt-taxes
London. printed for W. Boreham. 1720. ,35,p.
An answer to Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet, upon the exportation of wool
Colchester. printed and sold by W. Keymer. 1782. ,46p.
An answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogue: the supper of the Lord after the true meaning of John VI. and 1 Cor. XI. and Wm. Tracy's Testament expounded
Tyndale, William ; Walter, Henry
Cambridge. Printed at the University Press. 1850. 340 p.
An answer to some objections against a solitary religious life, in a letter to a friend
Dublin. Coyne. 1822. 50 p.
An Answer to some Papers lately printed: concerning the Authority of the Catholick Church in Matters of Faith, and the Reformation of the Church of England
London). Printed for Ric. Chiswel (at the Rose and Crown in St Paul's Church-Yard. 1686. [iii], 42, 49-72 [i.e.66],  p.
An Answer to some papers lately printed concerning the authority of the catholick church in matters of faith, and the reformation of the Church of England
An answer to some queries, concerning schism, toleration, &c. In a letter to a friend
London. [s.n.]. 1700.
An answer to such motives as were offer'd by certain military-men to Prince Henry, incitinghim to affect arms more than peace
Cotton, Robert ; Cotton, John ; F. S. J. E
London. H. Mortlock. 1665 (i.e. 1675). 142 p.
An answer to the address of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan: ex-representative of the city of Dublin in Parliament, to his fellow citizens of Dublin
Duigenan, Patrick ; Milliken, J
Dublin. printed for J. Milliken. 1798. ,196p.
An answer to the address of the Right Honourable Henry Gratton, ex-representative of the city of Dublin in Parliament, to his fellow citizens of Dublin
Dublin. Printed for J. Milliken. 1798. 196p.
An answer to the Animadversions on the history of the rights of princes &c
An answer to the animadversions on two pamphlets lately publish'd by Mr Collier, &c
[S.N. S.N. 1696]. 23p.
An answer to the anonymous remarks on a letter from Warren Hastings Esq. to the court of directors
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1786.
An answer to the Appeal from the country to the city
L'Estrange, Roger ; Clark, Mary ; Brome, Henry
London. printed by M[ary]. C[larke]. for Henry Brome, at the Gun in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1679. , 39,  p. : 4to.
An answer, to the appendix of a pamphlet, entitled Reflexions upon naturalization ... relating tothe Levant Trade and Turkey Company
London. Dodsley. 1753. 40 p.
An Answer to the Bimetallic League
[London. Cassell. 1895]. 4p.
An answer to the Bishop of Derry's second admonition to the dissenting inhabitants in his Diocess. Especially as to matters of fact, relating to the publick worship of God. Wherein his misrepresentations are again discovered
Craghead, Robert ; King, William
[Belfast]. [s.n.]. 1697. (12p.), 166p.
An answer to the chief objections of Trinitarians
[Liverpool. F.B. Wright, printer. ca.1825]. 8p.
An answer to the chief, or materiall heads & passages in the late declaration, called, The declaration of the Kingdome of Scotland: And answer of the Commissioners to both Hovses of Parliament, upon the new propositions of peace, and the foure Bills
London. Printed for Robert White. Ian.4.1648.
An answer to the cities representation set forth by some ministers of the gospel (i.e. Thomas Gataker and others) ... concerning the proceedings of the army
London. Ibbitson. 1649. 21 p.
An answer to the comments on a letter from the E-- of Cl--e, to the D-- of B ---d: With some occasional thoughts upon the remarks relative to an union between the two kingdoms
Dublin. printed and sold by the booksellers and hawkers. 1761. p.
An answer to the compiler of the Nubes Testium
An answer to The considerations which obliged Peter Manby, & c. (as he pretends) to embrace, whathe calls, the Catholick religion. (etc.)
King, William ; Manby, Peter
Dublin. printed by Joseph Ray, and are to be sold by John North. 1687. (iv), 99, (1) p.
An answer to the considerations which obliged Peter Manby, late Dean of London-Derry in Ireland, (as he pretends) to embrace, what he calls, the Catholick religion
London. Printed for R. Taylor. 1687. 104 p.
An answer to the counter address of a pretended free-citizen: Humbly addressed to the Right Honourable Sir James Taylor, Knt. Lord Mayor of the city of Dublin
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1766. p.
An answer to the country gentleman's letter to a member of Parliament: with a review of the characters of the Dukes of Norfolk, Portland, and Northumberland ... : With an address to the King
Dublin. printed by P. Byrne. 1789. 47p.
An answer to the declaration of the American congress
London. printed for T. Cadell... [et al]. 1776.
An answer to the defence of the dissertation or enquiry concerning the gospel according to S. Matthew, in a letter to a young gentleman
Author of the Letter to a lady
London. printed for R. Knaplock. 1733. ,24,p.
An answer to the disquisition on government and civil liberty, in a letter to the author of 'Disquisitions on several subjects'
London. for J. Debrett. 1782. , 49,  p.
An answer to the Dissenters objections against the common prayers, and some other parts of Divine-Service prescribed in the liturgie of the Church of England
Clagett, William ; Took, Benjamin ; Basset, Thomas ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-Street; B. Tooke, at the Ship in St. Paul's church-yard; and F. Gardiner, at the White Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1684. 45p.
An Answer to the dissenters pleas for separation: or, An abridgement of the London cases; wherein the substance of those books is digested into one short and plain discourse
Bennet, Thomas ; Knapton, James ; Knapton, James ; Wilkin, Richard ; Wilkin, Richard
London. printed for James Knapton, at the Crown, and Richard Wilkin, at the King's Head, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1711. ,326, p.
An answer to the dissenters pleas for separation, or, An abridgement of the London cases, wherein the substance of those books is digested into one short and plain discourse
London. Printed for James and John Knapton. 1728. ,326p.
An answer to the dissenters pleas for separation, or an abridgment of the London cases: wherein the substance of those books is digested inyoone short and plain discourse
Cambridge. Printed at the University Press, for Alexander Bosvile at the Sign of the Dial over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. 1700. 326p.
An answer to the Earl of Danby's paper touching the murther of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey
(London. 1680). 2 p.
An answer to the enquiry into the meaning of demoniacts in the New Testament: shewing, that the demons therein spokenof were fallen angels; and that the demoniacts were persons really possessed. In a letter to the author
London. printed for R. Gosling. 1737.
An answer to the epistle signed Satan; or, A compliment to the Devil from Mr. Alderman Hopkins
(London. 1776). 1 sheet.
An answer to the excellent and elegant Speech made by Sir Thomas Player: the worthy chamberlain of London, to the Right Honble theörd Mayor, &c. on Friday the 12th of September, 1679
(London. 1679). 4 p.
An answer to the first part of a certaine conference, concerning succession, published not long since under the name of R. Dolman
Hayward, John ; Parsons, Robert
London. Imprinted for Simon Waterson, and Cuthbert Burbie. 1603.
An answer to the first part of a certaine conference concerning succession, published... under the name of R. Dolman [i.e. Robert Parsons]
London. for Simon Waterson and Cuthbert Burbie. 1603.
An answer to the Independent Whig; so far as it relates to the Church of England, as by Law established
Squire, Francis ; Wilson, Samuel ; Magee, James
Belfast. Printed by and for Samuel Wilson and James Magee. 1742. xx, (3p.), 243p.
An answer to the Inquiry into the state of the nation: with strictures on the conduct of the present ministry. to which is added asupplement on the prospects and terms of peace
Lane, Joseph ; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brougham
London. Printed for John Murray. 1806.
An answer to the inquiry, why are you a dissenter from the Church of England?: in a letter to a friend
Harlow. Flower. 1812. 28p.