An appeal from William Sampson, esq,. Barrister at law, to the public
[Dublin?]. [s.l.]. [1798?]. ,9,p.
An Appeal in behalf of church government: addressed to the prelates and clergy of the United Church of England and Ireland : being remarks on the debate in the House of Lords respecting that subject, on 26th May, 1840
London. Houlston and Stoneman. 1840. xi, 147p.
An appeal in behalf of Church government addressed to the prelates and clergy of the United Church of England and Ireland: being remarks on the debate in the House of Lords respecting that subject, on 26th May, 1840
Member of the Church
London. Houlston and Stoneman. 1840.
An appeal in behalf of the Philo-judaean Society, including the tenth annual report
London. by G.Eccles. 1837.
An appeal in behalf of the views of the eternal world and state: and the doctrines of faith and life, held by the body of Christians who believe that a new church is signified (in Revelations, chapter XXI) by the New Jerusalem : embracing answers to all principle objections
London. James Speirs. 1893. xxiv, 516 p.
An appeal in behalf of the views of the eternal world and state: and the doctrines of faith and life, held bythe body of Christians who believe that a new church is signified (in the Revelation, chap. xxi) by the New Jerusalem
London. Hodson. 1838. 510 p.
An appeal in favor of Americans called Africans
Child, L. Maria
New York. Arno Press and The New York Times. 1968.
An appeal in the humble claim of justice against Tho. Lord Fairfax
London. 1649. 19 p.
An appeal in the humble claim of justice against Tho. Lord Fairfax, General of the English Army, raised ... to the Commons assembled in Parliament
London. [s.n.]. 1649. 19p.
An appeal of the German communists: destroy Hitler! : free Germany!
New York. Workers Library. 1942. 15p.
An appeal on behalf of the Committee of United Dissenters of Manchester, to the people of England
Manchester. Printed and published by J. Gadsby. 1834. 8p.
An appeal on behalf of the "right of asylum" in England
London. Committee for the Defence of the Right of Asylum. .
An appeal on the subject of the English constitution
Boston . sold by J. Johnson. [s.d.]. 74p.
An appeal, supported by John Betjeman, (for money to enable the Community of the presentation to transfer the Bavarian baroque choir stalls from their chapel at St. Saviour's hospital, Regents park, to a proposed new chapel at Hythe in Kent)
(Portsmouth. printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. c1960?). (2) p.
An appeal to all Christians and the Jewish nation to liberate Jerusalem
Zimpel, Charles Franz
London. Published by G. J. Stevenson. 1865. 16p.
An appeal to all executive members, officers and delegates of all unions affiliated to the Trades Union Congress in the matter of an organised obstruction to the effective trade union unity of the chemical workers of Gt. Britain
London. Chemical Workers Union. 1940. 15p.
An appeal to all our friends: proposed bazaar, February 1904
Rochdale. Dawsons, Printers. 1903. 2 folded sheets.
An appeal to all that doubt, or disbelieve the truths of the Gospel, whether they be Deists, Arians, Socinians, or Nominal Christians: in which, the true grounds and reasons of the whole Christian faith and life are plainly and fully demonstrated
London. printed for W. Innys. 1742.
An appeal to British fair play
Munich. [s.n.]. 1924. 78p.
An appeal to British fair play
Berlin. Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft.
An Appeal to British Labour: text of a letter sent to the British Labour Party by Trade Unionists representing the majority of workers inIreland, urging a change in Labour policy on Northern Ireland
Dublin. Irish Sovereignty Movement. 1981. 12p.
An appeal to Britons
London. printed for D.I. Eaton. 1794.
An appeal to Caesar: wherein gold and silver is proved to be the Kings Majestie's royal commodity ... Humbly presented to His Most Sacred Majestie, and his Most Honourable Privy Councel (sic)
London. Printed in the year 1660. 57, 8p.
An appeal to Catholics
[Sydney?]. Modern Publishers. . 16p.
An appeal to common sense in behalf of religion
London. Printed by J. Hughs and sold by J. Wilkie. 1768-1772. 2 v.
An appeal to cotton operatives in the weaving department
Hyde. Hyde, Hadfield, Glossop and Districts Weavers, Winders, Warpers and Reelers' Association. 1925. p.
An appeal to England on behalf of the abused Africans: a poem
London. printed and sold by James Phillips. 1789. ,34p.
An appeal to fellow Nigerians: why you should be a socialist
London. [E. Stanley Impex Co.]. 1981.
An appeal to God and the King: together with a true narrative of unparallell'd grievances
London. The Author. 1697. (9), 40 p.
An appeal to His Majesty on the state of the nation, the talents and dispositions of the royal dukes, and of the capacity of ministers: With a sketch of the character and power of Buonaparte
An appeal to honest men, from certain anonymous resolutions passed by exclusive freemen, assembled in the Weavers' Hall, Dublin
Dublin (2, Up. Ormond-Quay). printed by H. Fitzpatrick. 1795. ,50p. : 8vo.
An Appeal to humanity: in an account of the life and cruel actions of Elizabeth Brownrigg. Who was tried at the Old Bailey ... 1767, and sentenced to be hanged at Tyburn ... for curelly (sic) beating and starving Mary Clifford ... her apprentice ... To which is added The trial of Elizabeth Branch and her daughter, for the murder of their servant maid
London. Harrison and Ward. 1767. 64 p.
An appeal to impartial posterity: 1795
Roland de la Platiere, Marie-Jeanne
Oxford. Woodstock. 1990. vii,151p.
An Appeal To Leaders of Nationalist Opinion in the North: A Memorandum Written in 1957 by ErnestBlythe(Earnan de Blagdh).With a Response by Dr.Pearse O'Malley
O'Malley, Pearse ; Blythe, Ernest ; deBlagdh, Earnan
Dublin. Elo Publications. 1997. 44p.
An appeal to light; or, The tenets of deists examined and disapproved; and the authority of the Holy Scriptures asserted and vindicated
Belfast. 1796. 144 p.
An appeal to light; ... Together with; the heads of an address to those who believe in the Holy Scriptures, and those who reject them
Stavely, William ; McKinney, William Fee
Belfast. [s.n.]. 1796. 144p.
An appeal to manufacturers, on the present state of trade, &c
Birmingham. printed by James Belcher. 1795.
An appeal to matter of fact and common sense: or a demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
Bristol. Printed by William Pine. 1773. 296p.
An appeal to matter of fact and common sense: or a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
Bristol. Printed by William Pine. 1772. 210p.
An appeal to matter of fact and common sense: or, a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, John ; Whitfield, George
London. printed for G. Whitfield; and sold at the Methodist preaching-houses in town and country. 1798. 228p. : 12mo.
An appeal to men against Paine's Rights of man
Leominster. F. Harris. . 128p.
An appeal to our churches
London. [ca. 1914].
An appeal to popular opinion, against kidnapping and murder: including a narrative of the late atrocious proceedings at Yarmouth : with the statements, hand-bills, etc. pro and con
London. J.S. Jordan. 1796. 51p.
An appeal to public benevolence, for the relief of beggars: with a view to a plan for suppression of beggary
London. Printed by the Philanthropic Society. 1812. 18 p.
An appeal to public opinion: should the Russian refugees be deported?
London. National Labour Press. 1916. 31p.
An appeal to public opinion against the decision of the Associate Synod of Scotland: arisingout of a case brought into the Court of King's Bench
London. Printed for F. Westley ... (etc.). 1824. iv, 187 p.
An appeal to public opinion, on the advantages and disadvantages of a single and married clergy: to which is added a few observations on Papal Supremacy, in reply to Parson Sibson
Andrews, William Eusebius ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Sibson, Edmond
London. Printed by the author. . 24p.
An appeal to reason and common sense: or, a free and candid disquisition of the conduct of A----- B-----; ... with some occasional remarks upon a pamphlet, called, Impartial reflections on the case of Mr. Byng
Friend to Truth and a Lover of His Country ; Crowder, Stanley ; Woodgate, Henry
London. printed for S. Crowder and H. Woodgate. 1756. , 53,  p. : 8vo.
An Appeal to Scots and friends at home and abroad for a London memorial to Sir William Wallace, Scottish patriot
[London]. Wallace Memorial Fund. . 1 sheet.
An appeal to scripture and tradition, in defence of the Unitarian faith
Elton, Charles Abraham
London. Printed for R. Hunter. 1818. 224 p.
An appeal to Scripture principles, in support of the claims of Unitarian Christians: a sermon preached at Yeovil, on Wednesday, July 16, 1828, before the Western Unitarian Society
Bristol. Browne. 1829. 46 p.
An appeal to serious dissenters of every denomination: concerning the present irreverent practice of sitting while singing the praises of God in public worship
London. The Author. 1805. iv, 50 p.
An appeal to sportsmen for miners' wives & children
London. Women's Committee for the Relief of Miners' Wives and Children. 1926. 2 leaves.
An appeal to the artisans of Birmingham
[Birmingham. T. Knott, jun., printer. 1819]. 8 p.
An appeal to the British nation on behalf of the Jews
Van Oven, Barnard
London. Lupton Relfe. [ca.1830].
An appeal to the British nation on the treatment experienced by Napoleon Buonaparte in the island of St. Helena
Santini, Jean Noel
London. Ridgways. 1817. 51 p.
An appeal to the British public from Her Highness Kamatchee Baee Sahiba, the senior widow of His late Highness the Maharajah of the Kingdom of Tanjore, setting forth the claims of her Royal family upon the British Government
Sahiba, Kamatchee Baee
[London]. [printed by J. Davy & Sons]. 1856.
An appeal to the British public; or, the abuses of Smithfield market and the advantages of a new central cattle market, fairly considered
London. Effingham Wilson. (1850?). 16 p.
An appeal to the British Trade Union movement
London. Trades Union Congress and Labour Party. 1918. 2 leaves.
An appeal to the Canadian institute on the rectification of Parliament
Toronto. The Copp, Clark Company, Limited. 1892. 176 p.
An appeal to the candour and good sense of the parishioners of Saint Paul, Covent Garden: relative to a late canvass in the parish, for the office of church-warden
London. printed by J. Smith. 1807. 25 p.
An appeal to the Catholics of England by the Catholic clergy of the County of Stafford
Wolverhampton. Printed by J. Smart. For Thomas Booker, London. 1792.
An appeal to the Christian world: or, Christianity and the duty of Christians in the latter part of the nineteenth century : including what is required of the Church in all time coming
London. E. Stock. 1877. vii, 232p.
An appeal to the Christian World on the evangelical nature and practical effects of unitarian principles: a discourse delivered at Poole, in Dorsetshire, on Wednesday, July 16th, 1817, before the Southern Unitarian Book Society
Poole. printed and sold by J. Moore. [1817?]. 31p.
An appeal to the citizens of London against the alledged lawful mode of packing special juries
Wooler, T. J
London. Printed by and for T.J. Wooler. 1817. 32p.
An appeal to the clergy of all countries
Tolstoy, Lev Nikolaevich
London. Free Age Press. [s.d.]. 23p.
An appeal to the Commons and citizens of London (upon the author's expulsion from Ireland, and the Irish question)
London. 1756. 75 p.
An appeal to the common sense, and common honesty, of every inhabitant of Birmingham, respecting the passages extractedfrom the preface to Dr. Priestley's letters to the Rev. Edward Burn, and sent to the Bishops, and members of the House of Commons, previous to the debate on the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts
Hobson, John ; Priestley, Joseph ; Burn, Edward
Birmingham. Printed by J. Thompson. .
An appeal to the common sense of plain and common Christians, in behalf of the old Christianity of the Gospel: addressed to a Protestant dissenting congregation : intended as a preservative against the principles and practice of the infidels and enthusiasts of the present age
Morgan, Thomas ; Graham, William ; Priestley, Joseph
Leeds. printed by G. Wright. 1772. 20 p.
An appeal to the conscience of the nation: from the yearly meeting of the Society of Friends, May, 1918
London. Society of Friends. 1918. 1 shhet.
An appeal to the conscience of the world
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. . 8p.
An appeal to the County of Lancaster, on the present scarcity
[Liverpool?]. printed for Francis Chalmer. 1800.
An appeal to the electors of England
London. Roake and Varty. 1831.
An appeal to the electors of Great Britain & Ireland
Bombay. 1868. vi, 12 p.
An appeal to the feelings: a farce in one act
Palmer, T. A
London. Samuel French. 1875. 20p.
An appeal to the Gospel, or, An inquiry into the justice of the charge alleged by methodists and other objectors that the Gospel is not preached by the national clergy: in a series of discourses delivered before the University of Oxford in the year 1812 at the lecture founded by... J. Bampton
Oxford. at the University Press for the author. 1813.
An appeal to the Gospel, or, an inquiry into the justice of the charge alleged by methodists and other objectors that the Gospel is not preached by the national clergy: in a series of discourses delivered before the University of Oxford in the year 1812 at the lecture founded by... J. Bampton
London. printed for F.C. and J. Rivington. 1816. xv,540p.
An appeal to the governors of the Foundling hospital on the probable consequences of covering the hospital lands with buildings
London. printed by Harrison. 1787. 35 p.
An appeal to the honor of the English nation: on behalf of Napoleon Bonaparte
London. R. Stodart. 1819. 32 p.
An appeal to the House of Commons ... whether the common-people shall have the quiet enjoyment of the commons and waste land: or whether they shall be under the will of the lords of manners (sic) still
Winstanley, Gerrard ; Barker, John ; Star, Thomas
(London). 1649. 19 p.
An appeal to the humane on behalf of the most deplorable class of society, the climbing boys employed by chimney sweepers
Andrews, James Pettit
London. for John Stockdale. 1788. 39,  p.,  leaf of plates (front.).
An appeal to the humanity of creditors: in an epistle from the King's Bench [Prison] to a valued friend
An appeal to the inhabitants of Birmingham, against the extension of poor's rates to small houses
Birmingham. printed by R. Wrightson. 1817. 31 p.
An appeal to the inhabitants of the South African Republic (Transvaal)
Kotze, John Gilbert
Pretoria. Keith. 1898. 27p.
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain: in the present disputes with America
Lee, Arthur ; Almon, John
London. printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington House, in Picadilly. MDCCLXXV. . 32p.
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain: the present disputes with America
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1776. 46 p.
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present disputes with America
London. printed for J. Almon. 1776. 46,p.
An appeal to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, and to the British nation
Smyth, William Carmichael
London. The author. 1830.
An appeal to the landed interest of Great Britain on the operation of the commercial treatywith France
London. for J. Debrett. 1787.
An Appeal to the landholders concerning the reasonableness and general benefit of an excise upon tobacco and wine
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1733. 32 p.
An appeal to the leaders of the international communist movement
Calcutta. Socialist Unity Centre of India. 1976. 27p.
An appeal to the legislature, on the subject of the office of king's printer, in England: ... shewing that alarge portion of the emoluments of the office belong to the public
London. The Author. 1830. 72 p.
An appeal to the livery of London
London. 1816. 1 sheet.
An appeal to the loyal citizens of Dublin
Plunket, Patrick J
Dublin. printed by John Milliken. 1800. 41p.
An appeal to the members of the London Missionary Society against a resolution of the directors of that society dated March 26, 1810: with remarks on certain proceedings relative to the Otaheitan and Jewish missions
Fox, Joseph ; Lancaster, Joseph ; Conder, Thomas ; Wilson, ---- ; Seeley, Leonard Benton
London. Printed for the author by J. Lancaster at his Royal Free School Press, Borough Road, Southwark. 1810. ,ii,,2-134p.
An appeal to the middle classes on the urgent necessity of numerous radical reforms, financial and organic
Newman, Francis William
London. Printed for Taylor and Walton. 1848. 28p.
An appeal to the nation
London. Printed by J. M'Creery. 1812. , 120p.
An appeal to the parliament and people of Great Britain, the Dominions, and the Dependencies
London. Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society. . 19p.
An appeal to the Parliament concerning the poor, that there may not be a beggar in England
London. for Robert Wilson. 1660.
An appeal to the people; containing, the genuine and entire letter of Admiral Byng to the Secr. of the Ad------y: Observations on those parts of it which were omitted by the writers of the Gazette: and what might be the reasons for such omissions : To this edition are added some original papers and letters which passed during the expedition
Dublin. printed for L. Flin. 1756. 51p.
An appeal to the people of England and Scotland, in behalf of Warren Hastings, esq
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1787. 60 p.
An appeal to the people of England on the necessity of parliamentary reform: pointing out the corruptions of the present system and some of the evils flowing therefrom and the means of accomplishing a parliamentary reform
Newcastle. Printed for the author by J.Marshall. 1819. 8p.
An appeal to the people of Great Britain, on the present alarming state of the public finances, and of public credit
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1797. iv,87,p.
An appeal to the people of the Christian Church
Cadoux, Cecil John
London. Fellowship of Reconciliation. 1919.
An appeal to the people of the West Indies
London. West Indian Students' Union. 1924. [2p.].
An appeal to the people; wherein subjection, in things lawful, to the present civil rulers, in the United Kingdomof Great Britain and Ireland, is evinced to be agreeable to the word of God: To which a few things are sujoined respecting the extent of Christ's Mediatorial Dominion
Belfast (HighStreet). Printed by D. Simms. 1806. ii, 74p.
An appeal to the preachers of all the creeds
Ramsgate. Thomas Scott. 1871.
An appeal to the public
Fitzgerald, George Robert
Dublin. (s.n.). 1782. (2), 2, (3)-463, (1) p.
An appeal to the public: containing a statement of his unjust and severe imprisonments, the differnt examinations which took place before the Privy Council : with various memorials and letters to government, etc@ and in which several distinguished characters are deeply involved
Dublin. Printedfor the author by J. Charles. 1807. l40 p.
An Appeal to the public: stating and considering the objections to the Quebec bill : Inscribed and dedicated to the Patriotic Society of the Bill of Rights
London. sold by T. Payne and M. Hingeston. 1774. viii,9-58,p.
An appeal to the public: and especially readers of the Christian Observer : in reference to the moral and social condition of the parochial district of Trinity Church, Kingswood
Bristol. Nathaniel Lomas. 1823. 20p.
An appeal to the public: in four parts: Containing, some general observations; a preface, wherein the nature and seasons of public covenanting are explained ... A defence of solemn covenanting, ... A display of the spirit, principles, and fallacy of the said defence
Hall, Archibald ; Alston, Gavin
Edinburgh. printed by Gavin Alston, foot of the Old Fish-market Close. [1774?]. 95, p. : 8vo.
An appeal to the public and a farewell address to the army
London. published by G. Gorman. 1808.
An appeal to the public, and a farewell address to the Army, by Brevet-Major Hogan, late a captain in the thirty-second regiment of infantry --- in which he resigned his commission, in consequence of the treatment he experienced from the Duke of York, andthe system that prevails in the army respecting promotions; including some strictures upon the general conduct of our military force
Hogan, Denis ; Gorman, G
London. Printed by Ballantine & Law, Duke-street, Adelphi; published by G. Gorman, 17, Wych-street, Strand, and may be had of all the booksellers. 1808. ,62p. : 8vo.
An appeal to the public, by the master chimney-sweepers residing in the city of Bristol: against the erroneous application to their practice and character, of the matter contained in a pamphlet entitled "facts relative to the state of children employed as climbing-boys, &c." : published to recommend the exclusive use of machines : with a plate, descriptive of the various constructions of chimneys in which no machine can operate
Bristol. Printed by Browne and Manchee. 1817. 23p.
An appeal to the public concerning the case of James Graham, M.D. President of the council of health in London; sole proprietor, and principal director of the temple of health in Pall-Mall
[s.l. s.n. 17--]. 12 p.
An appeal to the public containing an account of services rendered during the disturbances in the North of England, in the year 1812: with an account of the means adopted, which eventually led to their suppression; together with correspondence with government and others on the subject of a remuneration for those services
London. sold by Richardson, Baldwin, Cradock and Joy. 1817. 184p.
An appeal to the public from the Philanthropic Society instituted in 1788: for the promotion of industry, and the reform of the criminal poor
(London. Philanthropic Press. 1792). 3 p.
An appeal to the public, in defence of the Spitalfields act: with remarks on the causes which have led to themiseries and moral deterioration of the poor
(New York. Arno Press. 1972). 46 p.
An appeal to the public, on a question lately agitated between C. M. Skinner, Esq., Belfast, and the Rev. W. A. Holmes, Holywood
Holmes, William A ; Skinner, Cortland M
Belfast (North Street). Printed and sold by George Berwick. 1814. 73p.
An appeal to the public on behalf of Samuel Vaughan, Esq: in a full and impartial narrative of his negotiation with the Duke of Grafton. ... : And an appendix relating to the public offices in the island of Jamaica
London. printed for E. and C. Dilly. 1770. , 136p. : 8vo.
An appeal to the public, on behalf of the Zoological Society of Ireland
Dublin. Joshua Porter. . 15,p.