An example of plain catechising upon the Assembly's Shorter Catechism: Humbl'y offer'd as a help forinstructing the young and ignorant in the knowledge of the principles and duties of the Christian Religion, with the Grounds thereof, and that in a very comprehensive manner: With a preface, briefly demonstrating the truth of the Christianrevelation, and unreasonableness of infidelity
Belfast. Printed by and for James Magee. 1755. xvii, 346p., (2p.).
An example of reinforced brickwork design
Bradshaw, R. E
[Stoke-on-Trent?]. [British Ceramic Research Association?]. [1963?].
An example of the integrated application of remote sensing to hydrogeology
Legg, Christopher A
Farnborough. National Remote Sensing Centre, Space Department, Royal Aerospace Establishment. 1989.
An example of the use of cubic B-splines for interpolation and structural analysis
An example of the use of linear programming in statistics
Southampton. University of Southampton. Department ofEconomics. 1968.
An example to manufacturers: a visit to a paper mill in 1871
'An example to others': public housing in London 1840-1914
An ex-ante model for estimating the impact on trade flows of a country's joining a customs union
Anexate: the first specific benzodiazepine antagonist
Garden City. Roche Products Ltd. [1990?]. 1 videocassette.
An excavation at Chesters,1960
Newcastle upon Tyne. Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne. 1961.
An excavation at St. Mawgan-in-Pydar, North Cornwall
Threipland, Leslie Murray
London. Royal Archaeological Institute. 1957. P33-81, 5p. of plates, 2 fold leaves.
An excavation at Whitefriars, Perth, 1982: an interim report
Hall, Derek W
Scottish Urban Archaeological Trust. 1982.
An excavation on Bokerly Dyke, 1958
London. Royal Archaeological Institute. 1963.
An excavation on the post-Roman site at Bantham, South Devon
Silvester, R. J
Devon Archaeological Society. 1981.
An Excel companion for business statistics
Eldredge, David L
[United States . South-Western College Publishing. c1999. xii, 266 p.
An Excellent and materiall discovrse: prooving by many and forceable reasons what great danger will hang ouer our heads of England and France, and also diuers other kingdomes and prouinces of Europe, if it shall happen that those of Germanie which are our friends be subdued, and the King of Denmarke vanquished. And therefore how neerely it concerneth them all to put their helping hands without any further delay, for the ayding of the King of Denmarke, and other of our confederates in Germany, who at this time abide the brunt and shocke of the warre
S. B ; B, S
(Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973). 27 (i.e. 23) p.
An excellent ballad, called, David and Bersheba
Worcester. Gamidge. (1765?). 7 p.
An excellent enterprise: the Church of England and its Colleges of Higher Education
London. Church of England. Board of Education. 1973.
An excellent mystery: the 11th chronicle of Brother Cadfael
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1987. 377p.(large print).
An excellent mystery: the eleventh chronicle of Brother Cadfael
London. Macmillan. 1985. (215)p.
An excellent mystery
London. Futura Publications. 1986. 190p.
An excellent mystery
London. Warner Futura. 1992, c1985. 253p.
An excellent new ballad on the present taste of Dublin: with some remarks on Miss W-----n, &c. : address'd to the young gentlemen and ladies of this city
Irish gentleman in London
Dublin. Trinity Closet Press. 1987. 1 sheet.
An excellent new commedie intituled: the conflict of conscience,contayninge a most lamentable example of the dolefull desperation of a miserable worldlinge ... Printed ... 1581
An excellent receipt
Brookfield, Charles Hallam Elton
New York . Samuel French. 1910.
An Excellent school: Leigh school remembered
Leigh. Author. 1994.
An exceptional career opportunity
[New York]. Edward Jones. 1998. 1 videocassette (10 min.).
An Exceptional child: seven unusual children and how their parents are helping their development
London. Thames Television. 1980. 1 video cassette (c.30 mins).
An exceptional corpse
London. CrimeClub. 1993. 251p.
An Exceptional need: report on the 1988 benefit take-up campaign in the Southern Health and Social Services Board Area
Belfast. Belfast Law Centre. 1988. 23p.
An excerpt from Reliquiae Baxterianae: or, Mr. Richard Baxter's narrative of the most memorable passages of his life and times. also an essay by Sir James Stephen on Richard Baxter
Baxter, Richard ; Jayne, F. J ; Stephen, James
London. Longmans, Green and Co. 1910. xxiii, 170 p.,  leaves of plates (incl. front.).
(An excerpt from the classified catalogue of Camden public library on cookery and household management)
(London. Camden LBC. 1972?). (38) l.
An excessof enchantments
Gardner, Craig Shaw
London. Headline. 1989. 180p.
An excess of love
Spellman, Cathy Cash
(London). Book Club. 1986. 693p.
An excess of love
Spellman, Cathy Cash
London. Collins. 1985. (640)p.
An excess of pleasure
Glasgow. Linn Records. 1993. 1 compact disc.
An exchange of eagles
(London). Fontana. 1987, c1977. 254p.
An exchange of eagles
London (etc.). Hodder and Stoughton. 1977. 304p.
An exchange of gifts: a storyteller's handbook
Ralston, Marion V
Markham, Ontario. Pippin Publishing. 1993. 88p.
An exchange of hostages
Matthews, Susan R
New York. Avon Books. 1997.
An exchange of views between an American and a Soviet citizen: here's how we see it, Mr. Perkins -
New York. New Century. 1946. 16p.
An exciting new game for children of all ages: instrumentation ad lib
London. Universal Edition. 1970.
An exciting new world of microwave cooking
[s.l.]. Pilsbury Publications. 1971.
An exciting term
London. Blackie. 1972.
An Exciting year for deaf-blind education
[London. Sense. 1989?].
An exclamation against Julian, secretary to the muses: with the character of a libeller
Buckingham, George Villiers
(London. 1679?). 4 p.
An Exclusive 1994 Cornish Calendar From Kessells: Cornish Minerals Fromthe Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro : An Exciting Collection of Cornish Mineral Specimens From All Around the County and on Display In the Rashleigh Gallery at the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro
An exclusive 1996 Cornish Calendar From Kessells: featuring Cornwall's libraries and Cornwall'sauthors [3~hleigh Gallery at the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro
An exclusive collection of photo-process lettering
New York. 1963.
An exclusive collection of Postscript typefaces
Pittsburgh. Red Rooster Typefounders. 1992. 46p.
An exclusive exhibition of limited edition art and sculpture
Bristol. Castle Galleries. 2001.
An exclusive next concept
[London?]. Next. [1987?].
London. Dent. 1969. (5),197p.
An excursion from Bristol to Tintern
Tovey, Samuel Griffiths
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [18--]. p.
An excursion from London to Dover
London. Longmans. 1806. 2 vol. in 1, 2 plates.
An excursion from Sidmouth to Chester, in the summer of 1803: in a series of letters to a lady : includes sketches of the principal towns and villages in the counties of Devon, Somerset, Gloucester, Monmouth, Hereford, Salop, Derby, Stafford, Warwick, and Worcester
London. printed by C. Whittingham for H. D. Symonds. 1805. 2 v. in 1.
An excursion guide to the Moine geology of the Scottish Highlands
Allison, I ; May, F ; Strachan, R. A
Edinburgh. Scottish Academic Press on behalf of the Edinburgh Geological Society and the Geological Society of Glasgow. (1988?). 270p.
An excursion into creative sociology
Morris, Monica B
New York. Columbia University Press. 1977. x, 212 p.
An excursion into hydrology
London. Harrap. 1981. 31p.
An excursion into the paranormal
Upper Sturt, South Australia. Paranormal Phenomena research Foundation. 2003. 285 p.
An excursion to heaven
Hodder & Stoughton. 1962. 126p.,20cm.
An excursion to St. Pierre-du-Bois
Derrick, G. T
Guernsey. Guernsey Society of Natural Science. 1902.
An excursion to the Land's End in 1741
Exeter. Devon & Cornwall Notes and Queries. 1949. p.
An executive briefing on the implications of the Human Rights Act 1998 for mental health services
London. Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. 2000. 11p.
An executive briefing on the implications of the NHS plan for mental health services
London. Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. 2000. 7p.
An Executive guide to manufacturing control systems selection
London. Institution of Production Engineers. [1988?].
An executive information system for government
[s.l. The Author]. 1993.
An executive's coaching handbook
Parson, Mary Jean
New York . Facts on File. c1986. xi,281p.
An executive's guide to the use of the UK national standard for quality systems
[London]. British Standards Institution. [1983?].
An executive's primer on public relations
Budd, J. F
An exegesis of James Clarence Mangan's "Dark Rosaleen"
MacMahon, Peter Eamonn
[S.l. The Author]. 1983. 316p.
An exegetical bibliography of the New Testament
Macon, Ga. Mercer University Press. c1983. xv, 667 p.
An exegetical commentary on the Gospel according to S. Matthew
London. Robert Scott. 1909. xlvi, 451 p.
An exegetical commentary on the Gospel according to St. Matthew
London. Elliot Stock. 1909.
An exegetical grammar of the Greek New Testament
Chamberlain, William Douglas
Grand Rapids, Mich. Baker Book House. 1979.
Athens. Harlenik Ellas. 1995. 187p.
Athens. Harlenik Ellas. 1995. 175p.
An exemplar-apprentice model for teaching dance composition through performance in secondary education (NSW. Australia)
Mullins, John William
Leicester. De Montfort University. 2004.
An exemplar estate strategy
London. Stationery Office. 1996. (2), 37p.
An exemplar operational risk management strategy
London. Stationery Office. 1997. 34p.
An exemplary Christian minister, the honoured instrument of God's goodness: a sermon, preached, at Stourbridge and at Cradley, December 30, 1827, on occasion of the death of ... James Scott ... : Together with the address at the interment
Kentish, John ; Paterson, Alexander
Birmingham. James Belcher and Son. 1828. p.p. 48 : 8vo.
An exemplary history of the novel: the Quixotic versus the picaresque
Reed, Walter L
Chicago . University of Chicago Press. 1981. viii,334p.
An exemplary project: Stop Rape Crisis Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Whitcomb, Debra ; Day, DeborahA ; Studen, Laura R
Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Office of Development, Testing, and Dissemination. 1979. iv,96p.
An exercise for madmen
London. Hale. 1981, c1978. 160p.
An exercise in bridge building
[London]. Royal College of Art. [19--]. 20p.
An exercise in caring: report of the first year's work of the action aspect of Coventry City Centre Project
Coventry. Coventry Voluntary Service Council. 1975.
An exercise in communication: a study of children's writing in an inner city multi-cultural school
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1993.
An exercise in consultation: residents decide the future of a social and community work agency
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1987.
An exercise in Eric Voegelin's thought: on consciousness and humanity
[Colchester]. University of Essex. 1995. 38p.
An exercise in ingenious carpentry: a critical and evaluative study of the stage adaptations of "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" by Thomas Hardy in 1894-95 and 1924-25
Morgan, P. A
Poole. Bournemouth Polytechnic. 1990. 50,iiip.
An exercise in landscape history: pre-Norman and medieval Brown Willy and Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
Herring, Peter Charles
An exercise in redeployment: the report of a trade union study group
Oxford. Pergamon. 1969. xiii,266p.
An exercise into the question of wastage in further education: (particularly the Certificate in Office Studies course) : with particular reference to the courses run by the West Cumberland College of Science and Technology over the past five years : exercise carried out for the DAES course run by the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1972.
An exercise of devotion for Sunday and holiday mornings and afternoons: particulary fitted for the use of such ... as have not the opportunity of assisting at church-service
Stonor, John Talbot
London. [s.n.]. 1742. ,127,p.
An exercitation concerning usurped powers: wherein the difference betwixt civill authority and usurpation is stated : that the obedience due to lawfull magistrates, is not owing, or, payable, to usurped powers, is maintained, the obligation of oaths, and other sanctions to the former, notwithstanding the antipolitie of the latter is asserted : and the arguments urged on the contrary part in divers late printed discourses are answered
Gee, Edward ; Hollingworth, Richard ; Herle, Charles
[London. s.n.]. 1650.
An Exeter mis-guide
Exeter. Wrights and Sites. 2003. 94p.
An exhaust problem
Lincoln. WATCH. 1990.
An exhbition of paintings, drawings and watercolors
New York. Sidney Janis Gallery. c1963. (28) p.
An exhibit denied: lobbying the history of Enola Gay
New York. Copernicus. c1996. xxv, 477p.
An exhibition arranged by the Public Works Committee of Schemes of the Public Works Department at the Museum and Art Gallery, 9th-27th May 1959
Birmingham. Public Works Dept. 1959.
An exhibition at 12 Bedford Square relating to the work of the K. T. [i.e. the Klingspor Typefoundry] of Offenbach a. M., with special reference to Rudolf Koch
An exhibition at their new galleries of works of art
London. Christopher Gibbs Ltd. [1972?].  p.
An exhibition by artist members of the Academy: William Cooper, Bernard Dunstan R.A., Mary Fedden, Judith Greenbury, Leonard Manasseh R.A
Bristol. Royal West of England Academy. 1988.
An exhibition by artists of Polish origin: Borkowska, Borkowski, Januszko, Rogocki, Stachaszewska-Strang, Szczelkun, Szczerek
Worcester. City Museum & Art Gallery. 1987.