A new woman
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1984. 298p.
A new woman of Japan: a political biography of Kato Shidzue
Hopper, Helen M
Boulder. Westview Press. 1996. xviii, 304 p.
A new woman reader: fiction, articles, and drama of the 1890s
Nelson, Carolyn Christensen
Peterborough, Ont. Broadview Press. 2001. xv, 356 p.
A New work of animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop Gay and Phaedrus
London. Orme. 1818.
A new world
Silhouette Special Edition. 1991. 250p.
A New-world collection of polyphony for Holy Week and the Salve service: Guatemala City, Cathedral Archive, Music MS 4
Snow, Robert J
Chicago . University of Chicago Press. 1996. 1 score (475p.).
A new world coming: looking afresh at the gospel for today
Kirk, J. Andrew
Basingstoke. Marshalls. 1983.
A new world gentry: the making of a merchant and planter class inSouth Carolina, 1670-1770
New Yorköndon. Garland. 1989. 218p.
A new world history of art
New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1956. xxvi, 676p., il, 8 col p.l, bib.
A new world in a small place: church and religion in the Diocese of Rieti, 1188-1378
Berkeley . University of California Press. c1994. xxiii,452p.,p. of plates.
A new world in our hearts: faces of Spanish anarchism
Orkney. Cienfuegos Press. 1978. 100p.
A new world in the making
Westport, Conn. MacGibbon &Kee. 1965.
A New worldly order: John Paul II and human freedom
Washington, D.C. Ethics and Public Policy Center. c1992. xi, 184 p.
A new world map in textiles and clothing: adjusting to change
Paris. OECD. 2004. 234p.
A new world naked: a life of William Carlos Williams
Mariani, Paul L
New York. McGraw-Hill. c1981. p. cm.
A New world of electricity: how the office of electricity regulation works
[London]. Central Office of Information. [1989-1996]. 1 Videocassette (18 min.).
A new world of experience
Halesworth, Suffolk. New World Company. 1991. 1 compact disc.
A new world of idlis & dosas
Bombay. Sanjay. 1999.
A new world of law?: a study of the creative imagination in international law
Jenks, C. Wilfred
Harlow. Longmans. 1969. xi,341p.
A new world of nurse education: a comparative study of the system of nurse education in the United States of America
Quinn, Francis Martin
London. St.Thomas' Health District. 1978.
A new world of relaxation
New World Cassettes. [n.d.]. 1 cassette.
A new world of romance
New world. 1991. 1 compact disc.
A new world of words: redefining early American literature
Spengemann, William C
New Haven . Yale University Press. c1994. xi,254p.
A new world order: grassroots movements for global change
London. Routledge. 1992. x,248p.
A new world order?
Black, Cyril E
Princeton. Center of International Studies. 1975.
A new world record
New York. Unart Music. 1977.
A new world record
CBS. 1 disc.
A new world to conquer
A new x-ray diffraction technique for the examination of high vapour pressure liquids and its application to the study of pure mercury and its alloys with cadium, indium and zinc; and the organic molecular liquids, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, dichloromethane and carbon disulphide
Street, R. L. T
Uxbridge. Brunel University. 1972. 76p.
A new year: stories, autobiography and poems
Leiden. E.J. Brill. 1974.
A new year
Richmond (upon Thames). Silhouette Desire. 1994. 186p.
A New year a new you: the book of healthy resolutions
London. Health Educ. Authority. 1993. 96p.
A new year carol: for S.A.T.B. and piano
London. Novello. 1964.
A New Year's address
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. 1836.
A new year's address delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association in the Town Hall, Birmingham, January 10, 1854
Owen, J. B
London. Hamilton, Adams & Co. 1854.
A New Year's address to the congregation and parishioners of St. Katharine's, Northampton: with a statement of accounts
King, R. Collins
Northampton. Jas. Butterfield. 1869. 31p.
A New Year's Eve: and other poems
London. John Hatchard & Sons. 1828. ix,244p.
A new-years-gift: containing serious reflections on time and eternity
London. Sprint. 1699. 238, 12 p.
A new year's gift for dance lovers; or, A view of the dance as fine art and pleasant pastime
London. Royal Academy of Dancing. 1977.
A New Year's gift for little masters & misses
Tokyo. Holp Shuppan. 1981.
A new year's gift for Mr Thomas Paine, in return for his rights of man
[U.K.]. Printed for the booksellers. [179_?]. 36p.
A new-year's gift for the afflicted: being a collection of sentences out of the Scriptures designed for the use of persons confined by sickness or otherwise distressed : to which is added a prayer in verse, some of the singing Psalms, a hymn of gratitude, and Pope's Universal prayer
York. Printed by G. Peacock. . 22p.
A new-years-gift for the Antinomians: particularly Mr. Malebranch Crisp
London. Marshal. 1699. 43, (5) p.
A New-Years-gift for the anti-prerogative-men, or, A lawyers opinion, in defence of His Majesties power-Royal, of granting pardons as he pleases. Wherein is more particularly discussed the validity of the E. of D's pardon, by way of Letter to a friend
London. printed, by H.H. for John Fish. 1682.
A new-year's-gift for the directors: With some account of their plot against the two assurances; also a few heads of a new scheme,in a letter to Sir B----n J----n
London. T. Bickerton. 1721. 31 p.
A new-years gift for the high-church clergy: being an account of the sufferings of a great number of the clergy of the Church of England, who were sequestred, harras's, and persecuted, by the Parliament, in the late times of the great rebellion, for errors in doctrine, and vitiousness of life
(London). First printed by order of the Parliament. 1643. 46 p.
A New-Years-gift for the late rapparees: A satyr
London. Printed for E. Smith. 1691. 16 p.
A new-years-gift for the Tories, alias rapperreeo
(London. 1691?). 1 sheet.
A new year's gift for the year MDCCLXXXII: containing instructions for keeping the Sunday
London. printed and sold by J.P. Coghlan. . 24p.
A new year's gift, recommended to the perusal of persons desirous of promoting ... domestic economy ... and the manufactures of Britain
London. 1798. 16 p.
A New Year's surprise
Oxford. Macmillan Heinemann ELT. 1999. 64 p.
A New Year's tale
London. Hutchinson. . 47p.
A new-yeers gift for the Parliament and armie: shewing what the kingly power is; and that thecause of those they call Diggers is the life and mrrow of that cause the Parliament hath declared for, and the army fought for
London. 1650. 48 p.
A new-yeers gift for the saints at Westminster: presented by the afflicted commons of distressed England
(London). 1648. 8 p.
A New York dance
Westlake, Donald E
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1981, c1976. 524p.
A New York dance
Westlake, Donald E
London. Coronet. Jan.1984. (304)p.
A New York il n'y a pas de tremblements de terre: nouvelles
(Paris). Flammarion. c1984. 208 p.
A new Yorkshire dialect anthology
Leeds. Walker. 1954. 28p.
A new you
Contender Video. 2003. 1 videocassette (97 mins).
A New you
London. Octopus Books. 1985. 160p.
A new you in 21 days
London. Elm Tree. 1983. 96p. + 3 wallcharts (ill ; 41x30cm folded to 21x15cm).
A new you in 21 days
London. Lorenz. 1995. 128p.
A new you in 30 days: improve your looks from top to toe in one month!
Voak, Sally Ann
London. Michael O'Mara. 1994. 154p.
A New Zealand ambassador's letters from Moscow
Auckland . Hodder and Stoughton. 1988. 344p.,(8)p. of plates.
A New Zealand centre is being created in Northern Ireland: will you help bond a friendship that has existed for 150 years and spanned two hemispheres?
Lisburn. The Ulster New Zealand Trust. . p.
A New Zealand courtship, and other work-a-day stories
Bayly, E. Boyd
Religious Tract Society.
A New Zealand dairy farm
Harlow. Common Ground Filmstrips. 1974. 1 Filmstrip.: 35mm. Colour. 35 frames.
A New Zealand guide to international law and its sources
Wellington, N.Z. Law Commission. 1996.
A New Zero-Voltage-Mode Resonant Converter
Rowley, Anna Kaspartian
Uxbridge. Brunel University. 1990. 199p.
A new zionism
Kaplan, Mordecai Menahem
New York. Herzl Press. 1959. 190p.
An exact abridgement in English, of the eleven books of reports of the learned SirEdward Cook, knight
Ireland, Thomas ; Coke, Edward
London. Printed by F. Leach, for Matthew Walbancke, at Grayes-Inne gate. 1657. 7 p. l., 438, (40) p.
An exact abridgement of the records in the Tower of London: from the reign of King Edward the Second, unto King Richard the Third, of all the parliaments holden in each kings reign, and the several acts in every parliament: together with the names and titles of all the dukes, marquesses, earls, viscounts, and barons, summoned to every of the said parliaments
Cotton, Robert ; Morrell, William ; Bowyer, Robert ; Prynne, William
London. Printed for William Leake, stationer, at the Crown in Fleetstreet, between thetwo Temple gates. 1657. (62), 716, (110) p.
An exact abridgment of all the publick printed Irish statues now in force: from the third year of the reign of King Edward the Second, to the end of the last sessions of Parliament, in the tenth year of His present Majesty's reign, King William the Third, methodized and digested alphabetically, under apt and properheads and titles, together with an abridgement of such English statutes now in force to this present time, as have been enacted and made since Sir Edward Poyning's law, relating to the kingdom of Ireland : whereto several compleat tables are added, of great use, ease and service, to the reader : as also book cases and resolutions in law, &c. upon many of the said statutes incerted in the margent : to which is added an abridgement of the acts of settlement
Dublin. Printed by T. Hume for P. Dugan and D. Roach. 1724. xxxi, 339p.,(59), 62p.
An exact abridgment of all the publick printed Irish statutes now in force, from the third year of the reign of King Edward the Second,...and An abridgment of the Act of Parliament for the better execution of His Majesty's gracious declaration for the settlement of His Kingdom of Ireland
Dublin. Printed by and for Andrew Crook. 1700, 1701.
An exact abridgment of all the publick printed Irish statutes now in force, from the third year of the reign of King Edward the Second, to the end of the last session of Parliament, in the tenth year of His present Majesty's reign King William the Third: Methodized and digested alphabetically, under apt and proper heads and titles : Together with an abridgment of such English statutes now in force to this present time, as have been enacted and made since Sir Edward Poyning's Law, relating to the Kingdom of Ireland : Whereto several compleat tables are added, of great use, ease and sevice, to the reader : As also book cases and resolutions in law, &c. upon many of the said statutes inserted in the margents
Dublin. Printed by and for Andrew Crook. 1700. , 702, p.
An exact account of the church and prior at Goring in the county of Oxford
Stone, Percy Goddard
Goring. Henry L. Smith. 1893. 54 p.
An exact account of the most remarkable fires which have happened in London and other places in England, from William the Conquerorto ... Charles the Second
London. 1667 (i.e. 1668). 1 sheet.
An exact account of the total defeat of the Irish army at Angrin [sic] in Connaught, by their Majesties forces, on Sunday the twelfth of this instant July, 1691
London. Printed for R. Baldwin, near the Oxford Arms in VVarwick lane. 1691. Single sheet : 1/2mo.
An exact account of the trial between Sr. William Pritchard, Kt ...plaintiff, and Thomas Papillon, esq; defendant: in an action upon the case at the sessions of nisi prius holden for the Court of King's bench at the Guild-hall in the city of London, on Thursday the 6th of November, 1684 ... Before Sir George Jefferies, kt. and baronet ... To which is added, the matters of fact relating to election of sheriffs, as it was printed in the year 1682
Pritchard, William ; Papillon, Thomas
London. R. Janeway. 1689. 36 p.
An exact and authentic account of the greatest white-herring-fishery in Scotland, carried on yearly in the islandof Zetland by the Dutch only
Edinburgh. Wm. Brown. 1885.
An Exact and Circumstantial History of the Battle of Floddon. In verse. Written about the time of Queen Elizabeth: In which are related many particular Facts not to be found in the English History : Published from a curious Manuscript in the Possession of John Askew, of Palins-burn, in Northumberland, Esq
Berwick upon Tweed. Printed and sold by R. Taylor, and by E. and C. Dilly in the Poultry, and G. Freer, Bell-Yard, London. 1774. 126, 156 p.; 1 engraved plate.
An exact and full relation of the great victory obtained against the rebels at Dungons-Hill in Ireland, August 8, 1647: By the forces under the command of Colonel Michael Jones
London. Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable Houseof Commons. Aug. 19, 1647. 16 p.
An exact and lively mapp or representation of booths and all the varieties of showes and humours upon the ice on the River Thames by London, during the memorable frost in the 35 yeare of the reigne of his sacred Maty. King Charles the 2d A.D. M.DC.LXXXIII, with an alphabetical explanation of the most remarkable figures
1683. 1 art print.
An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of His Late Sacred Majesty of most glorious memory: begun at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th of October, 1660. And continued (at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayley) untill Friday, the nineteenth of the same moneth. Together with a summary of the dark, and horrid decrees of those caballists, preparatory to that hellish fact. Exposed to view for the reader's satisfaction, and information of posterity
Nottingham, Heneage Finch
London. printedfor Andrew Crook and Edward Powel. 1660.
An exact and particular description of the ... illumination, prospect of ... London, and fire-works ... to be represented in a prologue and an epilogue to the opera Julius Caesar in Aegypt, on the stage of Hambro', ... 1727 ... celebrating ... George, Lewis, King of Great Britain's ... birthday
Lediard, Thomas ; George
Hambro'. printed by Stromer. (1727). 10 p., 2 plates.
An exact and true account of the number ... and the years of foundation, of all the publick schools in England with: The universities in the Christian world
London. 1687. 1 sheet.
An exact and true relation of a bloody fight, performed against the Earl of Newcastle and his forces before Todcaster [sic] and Selby in Yorkshire, in his march towards London, by the Lo: Fairfax ... with the numbers of souldiers that were slain
London. Printed for John Frank. 1642. 7p.
An exact and true relation of the dangerous and bloody fight, between his Majesties Army, and the Parliaments Forces, near Kyneton in theCounty of Warwick, the 23 of this instant October
Holles, Denzil Holles ; Pym, John
London. John Field, for Edward Husbands and John Franck. 1642.
An exact calculation of the expected waste for a bin-packing algorithm using items that are exponentially distributed
Antwerpen. Universiteit Antwerpen. 1992.
An exact catalogue of all printed books and papers of various subjects, written upon sundry occasions by William Prynne, a bencher of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, before, during, since his imrisonments
St. Peter Port, Guernsey. The Toucan Press. 1978.
An exact chronological vindication and historical demonstration: of our British, Roman, Saxon, Danish, Norman, English kings supream ecclesiastical jurisdiction over all prelates, persons, causes, within their kingdomes and dominions
Prynne, William ; Prynne, William
London. Printed for the author by T. Ratcliffe. 1665-1668. 3 v.
An exact collection of all remonstrances, declarations, votes, orders, ordinances, proclamations, petitions, messages, answers: and other remarkable passages betweene the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and his High Court of Parliament beginning at His Majesties return from Scotland, being in December 1641, and continued untill March the 21, 1643
London. Printed forE. Husbands. 1643. 1 p. l., (6), 955 (i.e. 959), (20)p.
An exact collection of the debates of the House of Commons, held at Westminster, October 21, 1680: Prologued the tenth and dissolved the eighteenth of January following. With the debates of the House of Commons at Oxford, assembled March 21, 1680. Also a just and modest vindication of the proceedings of the said Parliaments
London. Printed for R. Baldwin. 1689. 464 p.
An exact copy of the last will ... of Sir Thomas Gresham, Kt: to which are added, and abridgment of an act of ... 1581, for the better performing the ... will ... also some accounts concerning Gresham-College
London. 1724. 72 p.
An exact copy of the petition of the Protestants in France to their sovereign Lewis XIV. For redress of the present oppressions
London. [s.n.]. 1680.
AN EXACT DELINEATION OF THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER AND THE SUBURBS Thereof, together with ye Burrough of SOUTHWARK ... composed by a Scale and Ichnographically described
Jarman, George ; Faithorne, William ; Newcourt, Richard
A.E. Evans & Sons. 1857 May 1. 1 map.
AN EXACT DELINEATION OF THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER AND THE SUBURBS Thereof, Together wth ye Burrough of SOUTHWARK And All ye Through-fares Highwaies Streets Lanes & Common Allies wthin ye same
Faithorne, William ; Jarman, George ; Stanford, Edward ; Newcourt, Richard
London. Edward Stanford. 1878 May 1. 1 map (12 sheets).
An exact description of a roundhead, and a long-head shag-poll
(London. 1642). 8 p.
An exact description of Ireland: chorographically surveying all its provinces & counties aftera more accurate, plain, easie, and particular manner than any before done in this kind. Shewing the exact state of that kingdom, and all the principal things that are necessary to be known. And 5 maps relating thereto. With an index of allthe provinces, counties, baronies, cities, towns, forts, castles, rivers, lakes, havens, bays, mountains, promontories, &c. In such a manner as may serve for a geographical dictionary for Ireland ... Done according to the latest surveys, and agreeing with all the new maps
London. Printed for Tho. Salusbury. 1691. 6 p. l., 144 p.
An exact description of the growth, quality and vertues of the leaf tea
(London?. 18--?). 1 sheet.
An exact discoverie of Romish doctrine in the case of conspiracie and rebellion, by pregnant observations: collected (not without direction from our superiours) out of the expresse dogmaticall principles of Popish priests and doctors
London. printed by Felix Kyngston for C. B. and E. W. 1605.
An exact discovery of the mystery of iniquity as it is now practised among the Jesuits
Edinburgh. Privately printed. 1886. 40 p.
An exact discovrse of the subtilties, fashishions (sic), pollicies, religion, and ceremonies of the East Indians: as well Chyneses as Iauans, there abyding and dweling. Together with the manner of trading with those people, aswell by vs English, as by the Hollanders, as also what hath happened to the English nation at Bantan in the East Indies, since the 2. of February 1602 vntill the 6. of October 1605. Whereunto is added a briefe description of Iaua Maior
(Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973). (105) p.
An exact draught of frost fair on the river Thames, as it appear'd from White Hall stairs in the year 1740
[s.d.]. 1 art print.
An exact ground-plot of ye city of Worcester as it stood fortifyd 3. Sept. 1651
[S.l. s.n. 1651?]. 1 map.
An exact historie of the revolutions in Naples; and of their monstrous successes, not to be parallel'd by any antient or modern history
Giraffi, Alessandro ; Lowndes, Richard ; Howell, James
London. printed for R. Lowndes. 1650. , 146p.
An exact historie of the revolutions in Naples, and of their monstrous successess, not to be parallel'd by any antient or modern history
Giraffi, Alessandro ; Howell, James
London. Printed by J.G. for John Williams. 1650. 146p.
An exact history of the Battle of Flodden, in verse: written about the time of Queen Elizabeth : in which are related many facts not to be found in the English history : published from a curious ms. in the library of John Askew
Newcastle. Printed by and for S. Hodgson. 1809.
An exact history of the several changes of government in England, from the horrid murther of King Charles I. to the happy restauration of King Charles II: With the renowned actions of General Monck. Being the second part of Florus anglicus
Dauncey, John ; Davies, John
London. Printed for Simon Miller. 1660. (12), 392 p.
An exact list of all the fairs in England and Wales
London. Baldwin. 1752. 45 p.