An hour of Ronnie Hilton
Hilton, Ronnie
Hayes. Hour of pleasure. 1990. 1 cassette.

An hour of Ruby Murray: greatest hits
Murray, Ruby
EMI. 1988. 1 cassette.

An Hour of Russian Favourites
EMI. 1 cassette.

An Hour of Scottish favourites
EMI. 1988.

An hour of sousa marches
EMI. 1 cassette.

An hour of Spain between 1560 and 1590
Azorin ; Raleigh, Alice
London. J. Cape. (1933). 223 p.

An hour of summer sounds
Lamont, Duncan
Hayes, Middx. MFP. 1986. 1 cassette.

An hour of swing with Joe Loss and his orchestra
Loss, Joe
[s.l.]. MFP. 1989. 1 cassette (1 hour).

An hour of the best of Herman's hermits
Herman's hermits
EMI. 1989. 1 cassette.

An hour of the Dubliners
EMI/Music for pleasure. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1957
Hayes,Middlesex. EMI Hour of Pleasure. 1990. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1958
EMI. 1989. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1960
[s.l.]. EMI. 1986. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1962
EMI. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1963
EMI. 1 cassette.

An Hour of the hits of 1964
EMI. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1965
[s.l.]. EMI. 1987. 1 cassette (60 mins).

An hour of the hits of 1966
[s.l.]. EMI. 1988. 1 cassette (60 mins).

An hour of the hits of 1967
[s.l.]. MFP. 1988. 1 cassette.

An hour of the hits of 1968
EMI. 1989. 1 cassette.

An hour of the Hollies
[s.l.]. EMI. [s.d]. 1 cassette (1 hour).

An hour of the legendary Jimmy Shand
Shand, Jimmy
[s.l]. EMI. 1989. 1 cassette.

An hour of the Seekers
[s.l.]. EMI. 1988. 1 cassette (60 mins).

An hour of the White Heather club
Hayes. Music For Pleasure. 1991. 1 cassette.

An Hour of Welsh male choirs
EMI/Music for pleasure. 1987. 1 cassette (1hr).

An hour of your favourite hymns
Music For Pleasure. 1987. 1 cassette.

An hour's literary ramble, starting from the little book shop called "The Ben Jonson Head", kept by Samuel Hales, 4 Newman's Row, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
Hales, Samuel
London. Samuel Hales. [1910]. 43 p.

An hour's recreation in music: (1606)
Alison, Richard ; Fellowes, Edmund H ; Dart, Thurston
London. Stainer & Bell. c1961. 1 score (134p.).

An hour's recreation in music (1606)
Alison, Richard
London . Stainer & Bell. c1961. 1 score (xvi, 134 p.).

An Hour's stroll on Dartmoor
Hayward, John
(Kettlesing). Curlew. c1988. 159p.

An hour well spent
[Newquay. Newquay Wesley Church. 19--?]. [8]p.

An hour with American music
Rosenfeld, Paul
Philadelphia . Lippincott. 1929.

An Hour with Cecil Sharp & Ashley Hutchings
Sharp, Cecil ; Hutchings, Ashley
Louth, Lincolnshire. Celtic Music. 1988. 1 cassette.

An hour with Charlotte Bronte˜: or, flowers from a moor
Holloway, Laura C
New York. Funk and Wagnalls. 1883. 144p.

An hour with Christ in his passion
Fitzgerald, V M
London. C.T.S. 1964.

An hour with Damon Runyon
Runyon, Damon ; Howell, Bruce ; Mancini, Al
London. Times Cassettes. 1975. 1 sound cassette.

An hour with Edgar Allan Poe
Poe, Edgar Allan ; Lustgarten, Edgar
(London). Times Newspapers. 1975. 1 sound cassette.

An hour with Johnners: highlights of his one-man show
Johnston, Brian
Hayes. Listen for Pleasure. 1994. 1 cassette.

An hour with John Wesley: the story of "The man who moved England," to be told by nine young Methodists
Sowton, Stanley
London. H. V. Capsey. [1941?]. 11p.

An hour with Jugnu Bhangra
Sidmouth. J.K.L. video film services. 1991. 1 videocassette.

An hour with Manuel with love
Hayes, Middlesex. EMI. 1992. 1 cassette.

An hour with O. Henry
Henry, O ; Bishop, Ed
(London). Times cassettes. 1978. 1 sound cassette.

An hour with Petula Clark
Clark, Petula
Music for Pleasure. 1 disc.

An hour with Rungus & Kadazan from Borneo
Sidmouth. J.K.L. videofilm services. 1991. 1 videocassette.

An hour with Sam
Hay, Samuel
(Maunchline) ((7 Croft St., Tarbolton, Mauchline, Ayrshire)). (S. Hay). 1986. 72p.

An hour with Tchaikovsky
Chaikovskii, P. I ; Chaikovskii, P. I
Hayes, Middx. EMI. 1986. 1 cassette.

An hour with the movies and the talkies
Seldes, Gilbert
Philadelphia. Lippincott Company. 1929. 156p.

An howres recreation in musicke, apt for instruments and voyces
Alison, Richard
London. 1606. 5 pts.

Anh phai song: tieu thuyet
Nhat, Linh ; Khai, Hung
(s.l.). ♯oi Nay. [198-?].

Anh sang doi toi
Thuy Nga. 2002. 1 compact disc.

Anh sang va bong toi: h`oi ky
Hoang Lien
Westminster, CA. Van ngh e. c1990. 578 p.

Anh thu nuoc Viet: tu lap quoc den hien dai
Phuong Lan
Glendale, CA. Dainam. [s.d.].

Anh tien tuyen em hau phuong
Thuy Nga. 2003. 1 compact disc.

An hue and cry after R.Ls. [i.e. Roger L'Estrange]
R.Ls
[London]. [1680]. p.p. 4 : Fol.

Anhugning: Teori
Koebenhavn. Jernindustriens Forlag. 1977. 90 s.

An humble address and earnest appeal to those respectable personages in Great-Britain and Ireland, who, by their great and permanent interest in landed property, ... are the ablest to judge, and the fittest to decide, whether a connection with, or a separation from the continental colonies of America, be most for the national advantage, and the lasting benefit of these kingdoms
Tucker, Josiah
Glocester. printed by R. Raikes; and sold by T. Cadell, London. 1775. 93,[3]p.,table.

An humble address to a member of parliament from the ... debtors in the King's Bench
(c.1740). 2 p.

An humble address to our most gracious sovereign King George III. from the Roman Catholic prelates of Ireland: presented on Tuesday, December 17, M,DCC,XCIII
Troy, John Thomas ; Egan, Boetius ; Bray, Thomas ; Moylan, Francis
London. printed by J. P. Coghlan: and sold by Messrs. J. Debrett; Robinsons; Bookrr [i.e. Booker]; Keating; and Lewis. 1794.

An Humble Address to the Clergy of England: Recommending a Method for the more speedy Augmentation of the Income of their Indigent Brethren; and for rendering the Provision of their Widows and Orphans more general, adequate, and certain
Hutchinson, Benjamin
Cambridge. Printed by J. Bentham, Printer to the University; For W. Thurlbourn & J. Woodyer in Cambridge; And sold by J. Beecroft in Pater-noster-Row, and W. Sandby in Fleet-Street, London; and J. Fletcher in Oxford. 1764. [i], 31, [2] p.

An humble address to the members of the Honourable House of Commons ... respecting the insufficiency of the present pay of the captains and commanders of His Majesty's navy
London. Printed by W. Lewis for the author. 1811. 36p.

An humble address to the nobility, gentry, and free-holders, of the kingdom of Ireland
Dublin. printed by George Faulkner. 1751. 26p.

An humble address to the Right Honourable the Lord-mayor of London: concerning the jurisdiction of the city over the borough of Southwark
London. W. Bristow. 1760. 45 p.

An humble apologie for the ministers of England: plainly shewing the divine right of the ministers of the gospel to tythes; as also, the unwarrantableness of committees forcing poor plundred ministers to pay the fifth part of their maintenance to the sequestred (etc.)
H., W
London. printed by J.C. 1659. (viii), 52 p.

An humble apology for Christian orthodoxy
Delany, Patrick
London. printed for J. Rivington; and R. and J. Dodsley. 1761. xvi,44p.

An humble apology for St. Paul and the other Apostles, or, A vindication of them and their doxologies: from the charge of heresy
Sykes, Arthur Ashley
London. Printed for the British and Foreign Unitarian Association; and sold by R. Hunter; and J. Mardon. 1835. 23p.

An humble apology for St. Paul and the other Apostles, or, A vindication of them and their doxologies from the charge of heresy
Sykes, Arthur Ashley
London. Printed for the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. 1835. 23p.

An humble appeale to the kings most excellent maiestie. 1620
Doughty, Thomas
(Menston, Eng.). ScolarPress. 1970. 86 p.

An humble appeal to the public: together with some considerations on the present critical and dangerous state of the stage in Ireland
Sheridan, Thomas
Dublin . Reprinted for W. Faden. M.DCC.LVIII. 124 p.

An humble attempt to lead the mind from error to truth, from misery to peace, from poverty to riches, honor and glory
Philadelphus
London. Printed for the Author by J. Brown... and sold by J. Buckland... and W. Ash. [1780?]. 54 p.

An humble attempt towards the revival of practical religion among Christians, by a serious address to ministers and people, in some occasional discourses
Watts, Issac ; Joy, Francis
Belfast (At the Peacock in Bridge Street). London, Printed: and Belfast Re-printed, by F. Joy. 1744. viii, 220p.

An humble declaration of the apprentices and other young men of the city of London: who were petitioners for peace. Shewing the causes of their petitioning and the passages concerning it. Together with a true copy of their petition, as it was delivered to both houses of Parliament
London. 1642. 8 p.

An humble declaration to the ... Lords and Commons: touching the transportation of gold and silver, and other abuses practised upon the coynes ... of this realm
Violet, Thomas
London. printed by R.H. 1643. 39 p.

An humble desired union betweene prerogative and priviledge
Taylor, John
London. printed by Olton. 1642. 6 p.

An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons,against the votes of Bishops in Parliament
Burges, Cornelius
London. printed for P. Stephens and C. Meredith. 1641.

An Humble Inquiry into the Scripture-Account of Jesus Christ: Or, A Short Argument concerning His Deity and Glory, according to the Gospel
Emlyn, Thomas
[s.l.] [Dublin ?]. [s.n.] [Laurence ?] Printed in the Year 1702. [i], 22 p.

An humble offering to the sacred memory of the late most serene and potent monarch Charles II
Phillips, John
London. Printed for Randal Taylor. 1685.

An humble petition of the University and City of Oxford: lately presented to His Majestie, for a speedy accommodation of Peace, betweenhimself and his High Court of Parliament. Together with His Majesties gracious answer to the said petition
Charles
London. reprinted for Thomas Vincent. [1644].

An humble proposal for obtaining His Majesty's Royal Charter, to incorporate a society for promoting Christian knowledge among the poor natives of the kingdom of Ireland
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1740. 16p.

An humble proposal of such particular rules as are necessary to be established for the setling of a registry (for land)
London. C. Harper. 1678. 6 p.

An humble proposal to prevent the beginnings of theft: viz. the picking pockets of handkerchiefs
(London?. 1720?). 1sheet.

An humble remonstrance against the tax of ship-money lately imposed: laying open the illegality,injustice, abuses, and inconveniences thereof
Prynne, William
London. Printed for Michael Sparke senior. 1643. 34 p.

An humble remonstrance from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax and the Army under his command: concerning the present state of affairs, in relation to themselves and the kingdom ... presented to the Commissioners at S. Albans ... : also the names of the officers that were present at the Councel of War at the making of the said remonstrance : together with a proclamation of the strict discipline of the Army
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for Frances Coles. 1647.

An humble remonstrance from His Excel. Sir Thomas Fairfax and the Army under his command: concerning the present state of affairs, in relation to themselves and the kingdome ... presented to the Commissioners at S. Albans, June 23
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for George Whittington. 1647.

An Humble remonstrance of the citizens of Edenburgh to the Convention of the Estates of Scotland concerning the kings majestie and the Kingdome of England: With a declaration touching the Covenant of the kingdomes, and propositions for peace
Edenburgh. 1648. p.p. 48 : 4to.

An humble remonstrance to His Majesty, against the tax of ship money imposed, laying open the illegalities, abuse, and inconvenience thereof
Prynne, William
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1641.

An humble remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament
Hall, Joseph ; Dutiful sonne of the Church
London. printed for Nathaniel Butter. 1640. 43p.

An humble remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament, by a dutifull sonne of the church
Hall, Joseph
London. Printed by M.F. for Nathaniel Butter. 1640.

An humble remonstrance to the High Covrt ofParliament
Hall, Joseph
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1970. 43 p.

An humble remonstrance to the King & Parliament in the behalf of ... decayed and decaying citizens ... of London, occasioned solelyby the dreadful fire of the city
Philanthropus Philagathus
London. 1675. 6 p.

An Humble remonstrance to the King's most excellent majesty: in vindication of
London. Printed for T. Wright. 1643. (13) p.

An humble remonstrance to the Lords and commons of Great Britian: in this present Parliament assembled ... 1721
(London. 1721). 1 sheet.

An humble remonstrance to the members of the Hon. House of Commons, on the nature and object of the report of its Select Committee, for inquiry into the laws and ordinances of foreign states, respecting their Roman Catholic subjects, &c
Milner, John
London. printed and published by Keating, Brown and Co. 1816. 48 p.

An humble reply to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Exeter's answer: inwhich the considerations lately offered to his Lordship are vindicated and an apology is added for defending the foundation of the present government
Hoadly Benjamin
London. Printed for E. Sanger. 1709. 72 p.

An humble representation from His Excellencie Sir Thomas Fairfax, and the Councel of the Armie: concerning their past endeavours and now finall desires for the putting of the souldiery into constant pay : for the immediate disburthening the kingdom of free quarter, the prevention of any further encrease of arrears ... and other things concerning the souldiery
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Imprinted for George Whittington. 1647.

An humble representation from the tanners, skinners, and dressers of leather in North Britain: concerning the intended duties upontann'd hydes (sic)
(London. 1711?). 1 sheet.

An humble representation of the sad condition of many of the Kings party: who since His Majesties happy restaurationhave no relief, and butlanguishing hopes : together with proposals how some of them may be speedily relieved, and others assured thereof, within a reasonable time
Seile, Anne
[London]. for A. Seile. 1661.

An humbler heaven: the beginnings of hope
Rees-Mogg, William
[London]. Fount Paperbacks. 1979. (7),99p.

An humble supplication fortoleration and libertie
Jacob, Henry
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1975. 48 p.

An humble supplication to Her Maiestie
Southwell, Robert ; Bald, R. C
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1953. xxii, 79 p.

An humble tribute to the memory of William Ellery Channing: a sermon preached at West Roxbury, October 9th, 1842
Parker, Theodore
London. J. Green. 1842. 24p.

An humorous day's mirth: 1599
Chapman, George ; Greg, W. W ; Smith, David Nichol
[London]. printed for the Malone society by the Oxford University Press. 1938. xvi, [65]p.

An humorous day's mirth, 1599
Chapman, George ; Greg, W. W ; Smith, David Nichol
Oxford. Printed for the Malone Society by Oxford University Press. 1937.

An huzur ke naqsh-e-qadam par Harim Arfat
Abad, A. R
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [19--].

An huzur ke naqsh-e-qadam par Harim Madima
Abad, A. R
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [19--].

An huzur ke naqsh-e-qadam par Harim Mecca
Abad, A. R
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [19--].

An huzur ke naqsh-e-qadam par Harim Nabwi
Abad, A. R
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [19--].

Anh van dam thoai: English Vietnamese everyday dialogues
Vu-van-le
Fort Smith. Song Moi. (s.d.).

Anh van hai huoc
Tran, Van Dien
[USA]. Song Moi. [n.d.]. 115p.

Anh-van thuc-hanh =: practical English study
Hoang, Viet
[Saigon?]. [s.n.]. [1951?].

An H.V.E.M. study of kinking in Zn and electron transmission in Mg, Zn and Cd
Garcia-Tapetado, Eduardo
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1973.

An HVEM study of radiation damage in the constituent phases of 'synroc'
Buck, Edgar Colin
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1991.

An H.V.E.M. study of recrystallisation in copper alloys
Ray, Ranjit Kumar
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1973.

An H.V.E.M. study of the deformation of decarburised and carburised molybdenum
Peach, Michael George
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1980.

Anh-VietĐ, VietĐ-Anh tu-♯ien thong-duĐng =: Usual English-Vietnamese, Vietnamese-English dictionary
Nguy~en, Van Khon
Glendale, CA., USA (P.O. Box 4279, Glendale 91202). Dainam Pub. Co. 1987. 1010 p.

Anh-Viet benh nhan va bac-si y-khoa =: American Vietnamese medical dictionary
Nguyen Hoang Mai
Glendale, CA. Dainam. [s.d.]. 144p.

Anh- viet- phap tu- dien: English-Vietnamese-French dictionary
Thanh, Nghi
Houston. Zieleks. 1980.

Anh- viet tan tu- dien: essential new English-Vietnamese dictionary
Nguyen, Van Tao
Glendale. Dai Nam.

Anh-Viet tu dien: English-Vietnamese dictionary
Nguyen-Van-Khon
Glendale. Dainamco. 1987.

Anh-Viet tu-dien: English Vietnamese dictionary
Nguyen-van-Khon
Fort Smith. Song Moi. 1980.

Anh-Viet tu dien pho-thong: general English-Vietnamese dictionary
Nguyen-Van-Khon
Fort Smith. Song Moi. (s.d.).

Anh-viet viet-anh tu-dien =: Usual English Vietnamese, Vietnamese English dictionary
Nguyen, Van Khon
Glendale, CA. Dainamco. 1987. 1010p.

Anhydrobiosis
Crowe, John H ; Clegg, James S
Stroudsburg, Pa. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross. 1973.

An hydrological impact assessment of Parsonage Moor, Oxford
Wallwork, W. P
Oxford. Oxford Brookes University. 1992.

Anhydrous aluminium chloride in organic chemistry
Thomas, Charles Allen
Reinhold. 1941. 972p.

Anhydrous aluminum chloride in organic chemistry
Thomas, Charles Allen
New York. Reinhold. 1941. xiii, 972p.

Anh yeu em
Huong Lan ; Thai Chau
Westminster, Calif. Thuy Nga. 1992. 1 cassette.

An hymne of heavenly love; [Op. 53]
Cruft, Adrian ; Spenser, Edmund
London. Joad Press. c1977. 1 vocal score (38p.).

An hymne of heavenly love, op.53
Cruft, Adrian ; Spenser, Edmund
London. Joad. 1977. 1 score (38 p.).

An hymn of heavenly beauty: set to music for soprano and baritone soli, chorus, and orchestra
Darke, Harold ; Spenser, Edmund ; Aveling, Claude
London. Oxford University Press. 1935.

An Hymn ... to be sung by the charity children belonging to the parish of St. George the Martyr, Southwark, on ... the 12th of Feb. 1797
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1797]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn ... to be sung by the charity children belonging to the ward of Aldersgate, at the parish church of St. Botolph without ALdersgate onSunday the 16th of February 1817
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1817]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn to be sung by the charity-children of Dowgate-ward at the church of ... Alhallows the Great ... on Sunday the 18th of February 1753
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1753]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn to be sung by the charity-children of St. Katharine by the Tower at their parish-church ... the 21st of May 1786
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1786]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn to be sung by the charity children of St. Thomas's Southwark, on ... the 20th of December 1812
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1812]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn to be sung by the children belonging to the Middlesex Society, at St. Clement Danes ... on ... the 15th of July 1804, when two sermons will be preached for their benefit
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1804]. 1 sheet.

An Hymn to be sung by the children of the [City of London School of Instruction and Industry,St. James, Duke's Place] ... on ... October 9, 1808
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1808]. 1 sheet.

An hymn to be sung by the children of the Protestant Dissenting Charity-School, in the town of Birmingham, after a sermon to be preached by the Rev. Mr.Wood, of Dudley, on Sunday the 22d of June, 1783; at the Old Meeting House in the forenoon and at the New Meeting House in the afternoon
[Birmingham]. [s.n.]. [1783].

An hymn to be sung by the children of the Protestant Dissenting Charity-School, in the town of Birmingham, after a sermon to be preached by the Rev. Mr.Worthington, of Leicester. On Sunday the 17th of June, 1781. At the Old Meeting-House in the forenoon, and at the New Meeting House in the afternoon
Birmingham. Printed by J. Bridgwater. [1781].

An hymn to be sung in the course of divine service, before the Humane society, at Woolwich church on Sunday August 22 1784
Greene, Edward Burnaby ; Duncombe
(London. 1784). 1 sheet.

An hymn to be sung one part by the children of the Protestant Dissenting Charity School, in the town of Birmingham, and the other part by the congregation; after a sermon to be preached by the Rev. Theophilus Lindsey, of London, on Sunday the 12th of June, 1785. At the Old Meeting-House in the forenoon, and at the New Meeting-House in the afternoon
[Birmingham]. [s.n.]. [1785].

An Hymn to be sung on Sunday the 23rd of January 1714/15 ... after a charity sermon preached ... at the parish-church of St. Mildred Bread Street for the benefit of forty poor boys belonging to the St. Catherine-Cree society in London
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. [1715]. 1 sheet.

An hymn to the holy and undivided trinity
Shepheard, James
(London. 1718). 4 p.

An hymn to the nymph of Bristol spring
Whitehead, William
London. Printed for R.Dodsley. 37p.

An hypothalamic interpretation of history
Bett, W. R
[United States?]. [s.n]. [1953]. p. 128-132.

An hystory of ye Southwerk: it being gleaned from ye sources divers and variouse for ye peoples thereof
Aaron atte Southwerk
[London?]. [The Author?]. 1994.