An apology for the builder; or, a discourse shewing the cause and effects of the increase of building
Barbon, Nicholas
London. 1689. 37 p.

An apology for the business of pawn-broking
Wise, Thomas
London. [s.n.]. 1744. 73p.

An apology for the clergy of the city of Bristol, in their petitioning an Act of Parliament, for their better and more certain maintenance: in a letter to a gentleman of Bristol
London. Printed for John Wyat. 1712. 88p.

An apology for the colonial clergy of Great Britain: specially for those of lower and upper Canada
Wood, Samuel Simpson
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1828.

An apology for the colouring of the Greek court in the Crystal Palace
Jones, Owen
London. CrystalPalace Library and Bradbury & Evans. 1854. 56 p.

An apology for the conduct of a late celebrated second-rate minister: from the year 1729, at which time he commenc'd courtier, till within a few weeks of his death, in 1746. Giving a clear view of his real principles and design
Winnington, Thomas
London. W. Webb. (1746). 50 p.

An apology for the conduct of a late celebrated second-rate minister from the year 1729 at which time he commenced Courtier till within a few weeks of his death in 1746, giving a clear view of his principles and design and containing many curious and interesting particulars relative to the time and to persons in the highest stations
Winnington, Thomas
London. Webb. [1746?]. 39p.

An apology for the conduct of Mr. Charles Macklin, comedian: which it is hoped will have some effect in favour of an aged player, by whom the public at large have for many years been uncommonly gratified
London. [s.n.]. 1773.

An apology for the conduct of the Gordons: containing the whole of their correspondence, conversation etc. with Mrs. Lee, to which is annexed an accurate account of their examination at Bow Street and their trial at Oxford
Gordon, Loudoun Harcourt ; Lee, Rachel Fanny Antonia ; Gordon, Lockhart
London. J. Ginger. 1804.

An Apology for the conduct of the present administration: as to foreign affairs generally, but particularly with regard to France : illustrating the views of that ambitious crown on all Flanders, from authentic proofs, and shewing that His Majesty's commanding the confederate army in person, is the only way of being really at the head of the confederacy, and of humbling that haughty hereditary enemy : in a letter to a noble lord in the opposition
Cooper, Mary
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1744. 54p.

An apology for the danger of the church: proving, that the church is, and ought to be always in danger ; and that it would be dangerous for her to be out of danger. Being a second part of the apology for Parson Alberoni
Gordon, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1719. 32 p.

An apology for the established Church in Ireland: being an attempt to prove that its present state is more pure than in any period since the Reformation : in a series of letters addressed to the earl of Mountcashel
Newland, Henry ; Mount Cashell, Stephen Moore
Dublin. Cunny, Jun., and Co. 1829. 264p.

An apology for the failures charg'd on the Reverend Mr. George Walker's printed account of the late siege of Derry: in a letter tothe undertaker of a more accurate narrative of that siege
(London). 1689. 27 p.

An apology for the failures charg'd on the Reverend Mr. George Walker's printed Account of the late siege of Derry, in a letter to the undertaker of a more accurate narrative of that siege [i.e. John Mackenzie]
Walker, George ; Mackenzie, John
[London]. [s.n.]. 1689. [i],27p.

An apology for the failures sharg'd on the Reverend Mr. George Walker's printed Account of the late siege of Derry
Walker, George ; Mackenzie, John
(London). 1689. 27 p.

An apology for the freedom of the press
Hall, Robert
London. 1793.

An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty: to which are prefixed remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon, preached on the thirteenth of January last
Hall, Robert ; Horsley, Samuel
London. printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson. 1793. [4], ix, [1], 108, [4] p.

An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty: to which are prefixed remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon, preached on the 30th of January, 1793
Hall, Robert
London. W. Hamilton. 1821. v, xiv, iv, 108p.

An apology for the freedom of the press and for general liberty; to which are prefixed remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon, preached on the thirtieth of January, 1793
Hall, Robert
London. Printed by J. Cundee. 1802.

An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty, To which are prefixed Remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon, preached on the thirtieth of January last
Hall, Robert
London. printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, W.H. Lunn, Cambridge; and J. James, Bristol. 1793.

An apology for the Kafir Bible: being a reply to the pamphlet entitled, "Rev. J.W. Appleyard's version judged by missionaries of various denominations and others"
Appleyard, John Whittle
Mount Coke, South Africa. Printed at the Weslyan Mission Press. 1867. viii, 195, [1] p.

An apology for the late Christian missions to India: part the second : containing remarks on Major Scott Waring's letter to the Rev. Mr. Owen : and on a "Vindication of the Hindoos" by a Bengal Officer
Fuller, Andrew ; Morris, J. W ; Parry, Henry
London. Sold by Burditt, 60, and Button, 24, Paternoster Row; also by Williams and Smith, Stationer's Court; and Black, Parry & Co., Leadenhall street; printed by J. W. Morris, Dunstable. 1808. [5],6-129,[3]p.

An apology for the late Christian missions to India: Part the first, comprising an Address to the Chairman of the East India Company in answer to Mr Twining : And Strictures on the preface of a pamphlet by Major Scott Waring : With an appendix containing authorities, prinicipally taken from the Report of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Fuller, Andrew ; Morris, J. W
London. Sold by Burditt, 60, and Button, 24, Paternoster Row; also by Williams and Smith, Stationer's Court, Printed by J. W. Morris, Dunstable. 1808. [7],4-93,[2],ii-xxvi,[2]p.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber: with an historical view of the stage during hisown time
Cibber, Colley ; Fone, B. R. S
Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Press. 1968.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber: written by himself
Cibber, Colley ; Lowe, Robert W
New York. AMS. 1966.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber, comedian, and late patentee of the Theatre-Royal: with an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley ; Dodsley, Robert ; Van der Gucht, Gerard
London. printed for R. Dodsley. 1750. [24], 555p.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber, comedian, and late patentee of the Theatre-Royal
Cibber, Colley
London. Golden Cockerel Press. 1925. 2 v.

An Apology for the life of Colley Cibber; with an historical view of the stage during his own time written by himself. Edited, with an Introduction by B.R.S Fone
Cibber, Colley
Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Press. 1968. 372p.

An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy: late of Covent-Garden theatre
Bellamy, George Anne
London. printed for the author, and sold by J. Bell. 1785. 190p.

An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy, late of Covent-Garden theatre
Bellamy, George Anne ; Bicknell, Alexander
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Bell. 1785. 5 v.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber
Cibber, Colley ; Lowe, Robert William ; Wright, James ; Ashton, Anthony
London. J. C. Nimmo. 1889. 2 v.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber: With an historical view of the stage during his owntime
Cibber, Colley
London. Printed by J. Watts for the author. 1740. (20), 488 p.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber: comedian
Cibber, Colley
London. Hunt and Clarke. 1826. 340 p., plates.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, and late patentee of the Theatre-Royal: With an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley ; Watts, John ; Lewis, William
London. Printed by John Watts for the author: and sold by W. Lewis in Russell-Street, near Covent-Garden. 1740. [24], 488, [2]p.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, and late patentee of the Theatre-Royal: With an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley
Dublin. Re-printed by and for George Faulkner. 1740. (13), 346.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, and late patentee of the Theatre Royal; with an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley
London. Printed by John Watts for the author. 1740.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian and patentee of the Theatre Royal: and interspersed with characters and anecdotes of his theatrical cotemporaries (sic) ; the whole forming a complete history of the stage for the space of forty years
Cibber, Colley
London. Simpkin and Marshall. 1822. 514p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding, H
Folcroft. 1970.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews (1741)
Fielding, Henry ; Watt, Ian
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1956.

An apology for the life of Mr. T......... C....., comedian: being a proper sequel to the Apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian; with an historical view of the stage to the present year
Cibber, Theophilus
London. Printed for J. Mechell. 1740.

An apology for the life of Mr. The' Cibber, comedian: being a proper sequel to the Apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber,comedian; with an historical view of the stage to the present year
Cibber, Theophilus
Dublin. Re-printed by and for George Faulkner. 1741.

An apology for the liturgy and clergy of the Church of England: in answer to a pamphlet, entitled Hints, &c. submitted to the serious attention of the clergy, nobility, and gentry, newly associated: by a layman. In a letter to the author, by a clergyman
Horsley, Samuel
London. for J.F. and C. Rivington. 1790.

An Apology for the Methodists being a copy of a Letter to the Reverend Henry Stokes, Vicar of Doveridge, Derbyshire: containing some animadversions on one of his late discourses, and on a certain combination in that parish
Sadler, Michael Thomas
Stockport. (printed for the author by) J. Clarke. 1797. 34p.

An apology for the microscope: being the introductory lecture to the first course on microscopic anatomy and pathology
Lyons, Robert Spencer Dyer
Dublin. Fannin and Co. 1851. 45, [1] p.

An Apology for the naturalization of the Jews: containing. I. An account of the charters, privileges and immunitiesgranted to the Jews ... five hundred years ago ; II. The most popular objections to their naturalization ... answered ; III. The naturalization of the Jews an advantage to the kingdom in general, and to commerce in particular ... ; VI. Thenature, purport and design of the present bill, explained and justified by the facts
A true believer
London. Printed for M. Cooper...W. Reeve...and C. Sympson. 1753. 30 p.

An apology for the new Board of Education: being a letter addressed to the Right Hon. The Earl of Roden
H., P. E ; P. E. H ; Roden, Robert Jocelyn
Dublin. Tims. 1832. 46 p.

An apology for the nonconformists ministry
Baxter, Richard
London. Printed for Thomas Parkhurst. 1681. 252p.

An apology for the Non-Conformists shewing their reasons, both for their not conforming, and for their preaching publickly, through forbidden by law. With an answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, and his defence of it. So much as it concerneth the Non-Conformists preaching
Troughton, John
London. printed for Thomas Parkhurst. 1681.

An apology for the parishioners of St. Dunstan's in the West, for refusing the use of their pulpit, any longer, to the Rev. Mr. Romaine
Romaine, William
London. Printed by C. Sympson. (1759). 32 p.

An apology for the petitioners for liberty of conscience
Wyvill, Christopher
London. James Ridgway. 1810. 37p.

An apology for the Protestants of Ireland: In a brief narrative of the late revolutions in that kingdom, and an account of the present state thereof
London. printed for Ric. Chiswel. 1689. 38 p.

An apology for the Protestants of Ireland. In a brief narrative of the late revolutions in that kingdom, and an account of the present state thereof
Chiswell, Richard
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswel, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard. MDCLXXXIX [1689]. [2],38p. : 4to.

An apology for the revival of Christian architecture in England
Pugin, A. Welby
London. J. Weale. 1843. 51p., x leaves of plates.

An apology for the revival of Christian architecture in England
Pugin, A. Welby
Oxford. St Barnabas P. 1969. (8),52p.,9p. of plates.

An apology for the Septuagint: in which its claims to biblical and canonical authority are briefly stated and vindicated
Grinfield, Edward William
London. William Pickering. 1850.

An apology for the service of love, and the people that own it, commonly called the Family of love: Being a plain, but groundly discourse, about the right and true Christian religion: set forth dialogue-wise between the citizen, the countreyman, and an exile: as the same was presented to the High Court of Parliament, in the time of Queen Elizabeth; andpenned by one of her Majesties menial servants, who was in no small esteem with her, for his known wisdom and godliness. With another short confession of their faith, made by the same people
Niclaes, Heinrich
London. 1656.

An apology for the study of northern antiquities (1715)
Elstob, Elizabeth ; Peake, C. H
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1956.

An apology for the study of northern antiquities, 1715
Elstob, Elizabeth
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1956. v p., facsim.: XXXV p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity: being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctrines of the people called Quakers
Barclay, Robert ; Barclay, Robert
Dublin. Printed for L. Flin. 1780. (12), 574 p., (16) p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity: being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctrines of the people called Quakers
Barclay, Robert ; Baskerville, John
Birmingham. Printed by John Baskerville, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1765. [11], iii-xiii, 504, [16]p.

An Apology For The True Christian Divinity
Barclay, Robert
Manchester. William Irwin. 1869.

An apology for the true Christian divinity: as the same is held forth, and preached, by the people called, in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their principles and doctrines, by many arguments, deduced from Scripture and right reason, and the testimonies of famous authors, both ancient and modern: with a full answer to the strongest objections usually made against them. Presented to the king
Barclay, Robert
London. Printed and sold by T. S. Raylton andL. Hinde. 1736. 7 p. l., 574, (20) p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity: being an explanation and vindication of the principles and doctrines of the people called Quakers
Barclay, Robert
London. Harvey and Darton. 1841. xvi, 556 p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth and preached by the people, called in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their principles and doctrines... : with a full answer to the strongest objections usually made against them
Barclay, Robert
London. [s.n.]. 1678. [20],412,[24]p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth in, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their priciples and doctrines
Barclay, Robert
Glasgow. R. Barclay Murdoch. 1886. viii, 435 p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth in, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their priciples and doctrines
Barclay, Robert
Manchester. Printed and published by William Irwin. 1869. xvi, 384 p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth in, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, Quakers: being a full explanation and vindication of their priciples and doctrines
Barclay, Robert
[Scotland?. s.n.]. 1678. 392 p.

An apology for the true Christian divinity, as the same is held forth in, and preached by the people, called, in scorn, Quakers
Barclay, Robert
London. Printed and sold by T. Sowle. 1701. 574p.

An apology for the two ordinances of Jesus Christ; the Holy Communion, and Baptism
Applegarth, Robert
London. printed by M. Vint, for W. Richardson. 1789.

An apology for the value of human life
Thomasma, David C
St. Louis, MO. Catholic Health Association of the United States. 1983. xx, 169p.

An apology made by George Joy: to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale, 1535
Joye, George
Birmingham. [privately printed]. 1882.

An apology made by George Joy: to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale, 1535
Joye, George
Westminster. Constable. 1895. xiv, 50 p.

An apology made by George Joy, to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale 1535
Joye, George ; Arber, Edward
Birmingham. [The editor]. 1882. xiv, 50 p.

An apology of an appeale: Also an epistle to the true-hearted nobility
Burton, Henry
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 1636. [vi], 32p.

An apology of an appeale
Burton, Henry
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. 32 p.

An apology of the Church of England
Jewel, John ; Booty, J. E
Charlottesville (Va.). University Press of Virginia for theFolger Shakespeare Library. 1963.

An apology of the treatise De non temerandis Ecclesiis. Against a treatise by an unknowned authour, written against it in some particulars. By Sir Henry Spelman, Knight. Also his epistle to Richard Carew Esquire, of Anthony in Cornwall concerning tithes
Spelman, Henry ; Carew, Richard
London. Printed by J.L. for Philemon Stephens. 1646.

An apology or plea for the Two treatises, and appendix to them concerning infant-baptisme: published Decemb. 15. 1645 : Against the unjust charges, complaints, and censures of Doctor Nathanael Homes, Mr Iohn Geree, Mr Stephen Marshall, Mr John Ley, and Mr William Hussey : together with a postscript by way of reply to Mr Blakes answer to Mr Tombes his letter, and Mr Edmund Calamy, and Mr Richard Vines preface to it : Wherein the principall heads of the dispute concerning infant-baptism are handled, and the insufficiency of the writings opposed to the two treatises manifested
Tombes, John ; Calvert, Giles
London. Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls. 1646. [3],154,[2],1-157,[1]p.

An apology or the Bible in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine
Watson, Richard
London. printed for T. Evans. 1796. 385p.

An apology ... to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale, 1535
Joy, George ; Tyndale, William
Birmingham. [s.n.]. 1882.

An apology to the Irish people
Feehan, John M
Cork. Royal Carbery Books. 1988. 106p.

Anapopheuktos erotas
Kendrick, Sharon
Athens. Harlenik Ellas. 1995. 157p.

An apostle of Empire: being the life of Sir Lloyd William Mathews
Lyne, Robert Nunez
London. Allen & Unwin. 1936.

An apostle of freedom: life and teachings of Nicholas Berdyaev
Vallon, Michel Alexander
Vision. 1960. 370p.,23cm.

An apostle of freedom: life and teachings of Nicolas Berdyaev
Vallon, Michel Alexander
New York. Philosophical Library. 1960.

An apostolical harmony of the gospels: founded upon the most ancient opinion respecting the duration of our saviour's ministry : and exhibiting the succession of events in close accordance with the order of the two apostological evangelists, with dissertations, notes, and maps
Carpenter, Lant
London. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans. 1838. 304p.

An apostrophe to the heavenly hosts: for double chorus (a capella)
Willan, Healey
New York. Gray. 1921.

An Appalachian anthology
Ma, Yo-Yo
Sony. 2001. 1 compact disc.

An appalling talent: Ken Russell
Baxter, John
London. Joseph. 1973. 240p.

An appalling vista: collusion : British military intelligence and Brian Nelson
Belfast. Sinn Fein. 1998. 31p.

An apparatus criticus to Chronicles in the Peshitta version: with a discussion of the value of the Codex Ambrosianus
Barnes, W. Emery
Cambridge. At the University Press. 1897. xxxiv, 62 p.

An apparatus for counting colonies
Pakes, W. C. C
[S.l. s.n. 1896?]. p. [173]-174.

An apparatus for determining the drying times of inks
Ockrent, C
London. PATRA. 1939. 18p.

An apparatus for measuring the thermal conductivity of gases by the transient hot-wire method
Johns, A. I
East Kilbride. National Engineering Laboratory. 1983.

An apparatus for the measurement of small quantities of fluid
Trevan, J. W
London. Lancet Office. [1922?]. 3p.

An apparatus of variant readings for Hume's Treatise of human nature: including a catalogue of Hume's manuscript amendments
Nidditch, P. H
Sheffield. University of Sheffield. Department of Philosophy. 1976. 55p.

An apparent coincidence: the life of Giles Parsloe, citizen and grocer of London, c. 1550-1633
Parsloe, John
Epsom. [s.n.]. 1996. 68p.

An appeal: St Marys Hornsey Tower
[S.l. s.n. n.d.]. leaflet.

An appeal
[Manchester. Cloister Press. 1937?].

An appeal against faction, in respect to the concurrence of the present and the late administrations, to prevent the House of Commons from performing its highest duties: to which is added an analysis of Count Nesselrode's despatch of the 20th Oct. 1838
Urquhart, David
London. J. Maynard. 1843. [2], 56p.

An appeal against faction, in respect to the concurrence of the present and the late administrations,to prevent the House of Commons from performing its highest duties. To which is added an analysis of Count Nesselrode's despatch of the 20th Oct. 1838
Urquhart, D
London. J. Maynard. 1843.

An appeal against the suppression of free government in the republics
Courtney, Leonard Henry Courtney
London. South Africa Conciliation Committee. [1900?]. 1 sheet ([2]p.).

An appeal by J. Sainsbury Limited and Penwise Properties Limited against the decision of the Blaby District Council to refuse consent for the development of a district shopping centre at The Gynsills, Leicester Road, Glenfield, Leicester: evidence on behalf of the appellants
Davies, Eric J
London. G.L. Hearn and Partners. 1976.

(An appeal by the governors for financial support: with a list of benefactors.)
(London. printed by Galabin. 1807). 4 p.

An appeal, civil and military, on the subject of the English constitution
Cartwright, John
London. Printed for, and sold by the author. 1799. [2], viii, 297, [13] p.

An appeale of the orthodox ministers of the Church of England against Richard Mountague, Late Bishop of Chichester,now Bishop of Norwich, to the most illustrious High, and honourable Court of Parliament, and to the nobilitie, orthodox clergie, gentry and communaltie of England: with the proceedings against him in Bow-Church, and an epistle to B. Mountague himself, also a supplication to the Ministers of Scotland against the said Mountague wherein his dangerous heresies are revealed
Montagu, Richard
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. 1641.

An appeale to the world in these times of extreame danger
(London. 1642). 8 p.

An appeale to truth, 1622
Webbe, Joseph
Menston. Scolar Press. 1967. 53p.,21cm.

An appeal for a higher exegesis
Cheyne, T. K
[S.l. s.n. 1904]. 19p.

An appeal for church extension among Unitarians: a paper read at the British and Foreign Unitarian Association Conference, London, June 7th, 1892
Herford, Brooke
London. British and Foreign Unitarian Association. 1892. 16p.

An appeal for Danny McNamee: information pack
London . Danny McNamee Support Group. [1990?]. 9 leaves.

An appeal for donations for the endowment of a chair of race relations, political philosophy and allied subjects
Salisbury. Rhodesian Printing and Publishing Co. 1953?. [8]p.

An appeal for financial assistance from the Committee & Managers of the Besford Court Mental Welfare Hospital and Industrial & Farm Colony, Besford Court, Worcestershire, England. Certified by the Board of Education, the Board of Control and the Home Office
[London. Printed by George W. Jones. 1924].

An appeal for funds
Liverpool. Liverpool Medical Institution. 1996.

An appeal for guarantors
Leeds. The Festival. 1958. [7]p.].

An appeal for justice addressed to the peers and commons of Great Britain and Ireland
Wall, T. A
London. Perkins Bacon and Co. 1885. 35p.

An appeal for modernization: the Methodist Church, Field Street, Shepshed, Leicestershire
Shepshed. Field Street Methodist Church. 1964. [14]p.

An appeal for the children!
Watts, J. Hunter
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [s.d.]. 16p.

An appeal for the Irish peasantry, with facts of paramount advantage to the iron masters, manufacturers, and agriculturists of England, respecting the value of peat, and peat-charcoal, as a fuel and a fertilizer
Rogers, Jasper W
London. Effingham Wilson. 1847. x, [11]-116p.

An appeal for the jubilee of the sunday school union: addressed to the teachers of the Birmingham Sunday School Union, May 31st, 1853
New, Isaac
Birmingham. Joseph Allen. 1853. 12p.

An appeal for the peasantry of Ireland: and objects of the Irish Amelioration Society
Rogers, Jasper W
London. E. Wilson. 1847. 108 p.

An appeal from Guyana: redemption, reconstruction and rebirth
Georgetown, Guyana. Working People's Alliance. 1985. 11p.

An appeal from man in a state of civil society to man in a state of nature; or, an inquiry into the origin and organization of those political incorporations most productive of human happiness. Being an appeal to reason: containing parallels between the acceptation of the French Magna Charta by Lewis XVI. and the acceptation of the English one by John, and his son Henry III. Also between the French Constituting National Assembly and the English Convention; in which the fallacy of certain positions respecting the rights of man and the rights of the people, as promulgated by an ancient Whig, is detected and exposed; and which also includes strictures on Mr Paine's Rights of Man; and points out the true origin of hereditary monarchy
Molloy, Tobias ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street. M,DCC,XCII. [1792]. [viii], 260 p. : 8vo.

An appeal from the chairman of the board of directors and the president of the Old Elizabethan Association
[8]p. col. ill. 26cm. Guernsey.

An appeal from the city to the country, for the preservation of Her Majesty's person, liberty, property, and the Protestant religion: Remonstrating, the dangers and miseries of an arbitrary and tyrannical power... : Occasionally written upon the late impudent affronts offer'd ... by the people of Banbury, and Warwick : with an advertisement to the Citizens of London, relating to their election of Sheriffs for the year ensuing
London. printed,and sold by A. Baldwin, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1710. 46,[2]p.

An appeal from the hasty to the delibrative judgement of the people of England: containing a statement of the manifold services rendered by our fellow-countrymen in India
London. Debrett. 1787. iv, 62 p.

An appeal from the new to the old Whigs
Burke, Edmund ; Robson, J. M
Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill. 1962. 141p.

An appeal from the new to the old Whigs, in consequence of some late discussions in Parliament, relative to the Reflections on the French Revolution
Burke, Edmund
London. Printed for J. Dodsley. 1791. 144p.