An impartial history of the proceedings and debates in both houses of parliament: beginning with the first session of the ninth parliament of Great Britain, appointed to meet at Westminster, Dec.1, 1741; and from thence continued to the 15th Day of July 1742
London. B. Cowse. 1743. , 560p.
An impartial history of the proceedings and debates in both Houses of Parliament, beginning withDec. 1, 1741; and ... continued to the 15th day of July, 1742
London. Cowse. 1743. 560 p.
An impartial history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, during the reign of King Charles the First: With the precedent passages and actions that contributed thereto, and the happy end and conclusion thereof by the restoration of King Charles II
London. 1738. 628 p.
An impartial history of the Revival movement from its commencement to the present time; with portraits of some of the most distinguished labourers in the work
Johnston, John ; Toye, Thomas ; Hanna, Hugh
Belfast (Police Place). Printed by James Johnston. 1859. xx, 66p.
An impartial history of the rise, progress and extinction of the late rebellion in Britain, in the year 1745 and 1746.Giving an account of every battle, skirmish and siege, from the time of the pretender's coming out of France, until he landed in France again ... with plans of the battles of Preston-pans, Clifton, Falkirk, and Culloden
Glasgow. Printed by J. Robertson. 1774.
An impartial history of the rise, progress and extinction of the late rebellion in Britain, in the years 1745 and 1746
Glasgow. printed by John Robertson. 1774.
An impartial history of the war from the commencement of the revolution in France: containing an accuratedescription of the sea engagements ... including an account of the general mutiny among the seamen at Spithead and the Nore ... and various events accompanying the rebellion in Ireland
Manchester. (s.n.). 1802. xlviii, 844 p., plates.
An impartial history of the war, from the commencement of the Revolution in France: together with a particular narrative of the rise, progress, and various events accompanying the rebellion in Ireland
Manchester. printed by Sowler and Russell. 1799. xlviii,844,p.,plates.
An Impartial history of the war in America: between Great Britain and her colonies, from its commencement to the end of the year 1779
London. printed for R. Faulder. 1780.
An impartial history of the wars of Ireland, with a continuation thereof. In two parts: From the time that Duke Schonberg landed with an army in that kingdom ... : Together with some remarks upon the present state of that kingdom
Story, George Warter
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell. 1693. 2 vol in 1.
An impartial inquiry into the benefits and damages arising to the nation from the present very great use of low-priced spirituous liquors: with proper estimates thereupon, and some considerations humbly offered for preventing the introduction of foreign spirits not paying the duties
London. Printed for T. Tyre. 1751. ,33,p.
An impartial inquiry into the present state of parochial registers, charitable funds, taxation and parish rates
Leeds. by Thomas Wright. 1791.
An impartial inquiry into the state of the empire, at the commencement of Mr. Fox's administration
Dublin. J. Stockdale. 1806. 120p.
An impartial journal of a detachment from the Brigade of Foot Guards: commencing 25th February, 1793, and ending 9th May, 1795
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1795.
An impartial narrative of the late melancholy occurences in Manchester
Liverpool. Henry Fisher. 1819. 58p.
An Impartial narrative of the most important engagements which took place between His Majesty's Forces and the Rebels, during the IrishRebellion, 1798: including very interesting information not before made public : carefully collected from Authentic Letters
Dublin. John Jones. 1799. 329p.
An impartial relation of the proceedings of the Common-hall, and Court of aldermen ... 29th of September, 1740 at the election of aörd mayor
Godschall, Robert ; Heathcote, George
London. T. Robins. 1740. 22 p.
An impartial report of all the proceedings in Parliament on the late important subject of a regency: and an appendix containing copies of Mr Pitt's letter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales with the Prince's answer...and many other particulars
London. J. Bew. 1789. 620,48p.
An impartial report of the debates that occur in the two Houses of Parliament: with some account of the respective speakers, and notes and illustrations including copies of all state papers, treaties, conventions, &c
London. T. Chapman. 1794-1798. 16 v.
An impartial report of the debates that occur in the two houses of Parliament, in the course of the sixth session of the seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain, called to meet at Westminster, on Thursday the 29th of October, 1795
London. T. Chapman. 1795. 216p.
An impartial report of the proceedings in the cause of The King versus Henry Hunt, Joseph Johnson, John Knight, James Moorhouse, Joseph Healey, John Thacker Saxton, Robert James, Samuel Bamford, George Swift, and Robert Wilde for a conspiracy...March, 1820
Manchester. Joseph Pratt. 1820. 180p.
An impartial sketch of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland, on a motion made on Friday, August 12, 1785, by the Rt. Hon. Thomas Orde ...for leave to bring in a bill for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland
Dublin. Printed for Luke White. . ii, 200, 24p.
An impartial sketch of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland, on a motion made on Friday, August 12, 1785, by the Rt. Hon. Thomas Orde, secretary to the Rt. Hon. Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland, Lord Lieutenant, for leave to bring in a bill for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable principles, for the mutual benefit of both countries. Together with an impartial sketch of the principal speeches on the subject of the bill that were delivered in the House on Monday, August 15, 1785. With a copy of the bill presented to the House of Commons of Ireland, the eleven Irish propositions, of the twenty resolutions of the British Parliament, the address to the King, and His Majesty's answer
Woodfall, William ; White, Luke
Dublin. Printed for Luke White, no. 86, Dame-street. . , ii, 200, 24 p. : 8vo.
An impartial sketch of the life of Thomas Paine, author of Common Sense, Rights of man, &c. &c: to which is added, his letters to Mr. Henry Dundas, to Lord Onslow, to the Marquis of Landsdowne, to the authors of the Republican, to the Abbe Syeyes, and to the people of France, with thoughts on the peace
London. Printed for and sold by T. Browne. 1792. 48p.,  l of plates.
An impartial statement of the scripture doctrine, in respect of civil government, and the duties of subjects
London. C. Watts, J. Johnson, J. Matthews. 1792. 24p.
An Impartial state of the case of the Earl of Danby: in a letter to a member of the House of commons
London. 1679. 20 p.
An impartial study of the Shakespeare title
Stotsenburg, John Hawley
Port Washington . Kennikat Press. 1971. xii,530p.
"An impartial umpire": industrial relations and the Canadian state 1900-1911
Toronto . University of Toronto Press. c1980. x, 386 p.
An impartial view, of the causes leading this country to the necessity of an union: ... and ... a reply to Cease your funning, and Mr. Jebb
Grady, Thomas ; Dornin, Bernard
Dublin. printed for Bernard Dornin. 1799. ,53,p. : 8vo.
An impartial view, of the causes leading this country to the necessity of an union; in which the two leading characters of the state are contrasted; and in which is contained, a reply to Cease your funning, and Mr. Jebb
Grady, Thomas ; Dornin, Bernard
Dublin. Printed for Bernard Dornin, Grafton-Street. 1799. ,53,p. : 8vo.
An impartial view of the conduct of the Commissioners of wide-streets in their bargain with Mr. Henry Ottiwell
Dublin. Printed by Thomas Burnside. 1796. 50 p.
An impartial view of the revival in Ireland: its encouraging features and its abuses
Newry. 1859. 42, x p.
An impeachment of high treason against Oliver Cromwel: (i.e. Cromwell) and his son in law, Henry Ireton ... in which are also some hints of cautions to the Lord Fairfax, for absolutely breaking his solemn engagement with his soldiers, etc. ... in which is also the authors late proposition sent to Mr. (Cornelius) Holland, June 26, 1649
London. 1649. 8, 56 p.
An impending sword
Vachell, Horace Annesley
London. Stanley Paul. 1932.
An Imperative duty
Howells, W D
Edinburgh. David Douglas. 1891.
An imperative duty: a novel
Howells, William Dean
New York. Harper. 1892.
An imperfect affair
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1993. 188p.
An imperfect god: George Washington, his slaves, and the creation of America
New York. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 2003. 404 p.,  p. of plates.
An imperfect hero
Richmond, Surrey. Mills & Boon. 1992. 219p.
An imperfect lady
London. Macdonald. 1988. 635p.
An imperfect lady
London. Warner. 1995. 765p.
An imperfect love
Mills & Boon. 1990. 187p.
An imperfect man
London. Piatkus. 1995. 362p.
An imperfect marriage
London. Headline Review. 1995. 376p.
An imperfect spy
Bath. Chivers. 1995. 224p.
An imperfect spy
London. Virago. 1995. (256)p.
An imperfect spy
New York. Ballantine. 1996. 212 p.
An imperfect union: the Maastricht treaty and the new politics of European integration
Boulder, Co. Westview. 1996. xvi,182p.
An imperfect union: slavery, Federalism, and comity
Chapel Hill. University of North Carolina Press. c1980. p. cm.
An imperfect union: the contribution of William Watkins and the National Industrial and Provident Co-operative Societyto co-operative development in mid nineteenth century Britain
Leeds. University of Leeds, School of Geography. 1993.
An imperial affair
London. Gollancz. 1980. 312p.
An imperial court of final appeal
[London. Nineteenth Century. 1902]. p.554-561.
An imperial election: the General Election of 1900 in three constituencies - Portsmouth, Merthyr Tydfil and Wakefield
Brighton. Brighton Polytechnic, Department of Humanities. 1989.
An imperialist Russia or free national states? Is a compromise of the enslaved peoples of U.S.S.R. with the concept of one and indivisible Russia possible?
Stetzko, Jaroslav ; Stewart, John Finlay
Edinburgh. Scottish League for European Freedom; [printed by Joseph Leighton, Edinburgh]. 1953. 16p.
An imperial obligation: industrial villages for partially disabled soldiers & sailors
Mawson, Thomas H
London. Grant Richards. 1917.
An imperial policy
London. Eyre and Spottiswoode. . 28p.
An Imperial state at war: Britain from 1689 to 1815
London. Routledge. 1994. ix,372p.
An imperial twilight
London. Lester Crook. 1989. xii, 267p., p. of plates.
An imperial victim: Marie Louise, Archduchess of Austria, Empress of the French, Duchess of Parma
Cuthell, Edith E
London. Stanley Paul. .
An imperial vision: Indian architecture and Britain's Raj
Metcalf, Thomas R
London. Faber. 1989. xiv,302p.
An imperial war and the British working class: working-class attitudes and reactions to the Boer War, 1899-1902
London. Routledge. 1972. xiii, 279p.
An imperiled generation: saving urban schools
Princeton, N.J. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. p. cm.
An impersonation of angels: a biography of Jean Cocteau
Harlow. Longmans. 1969. x,438p.
An impetuous bride
New York. Zebra Books. 1993. 320p.
An impetuous girl
London. Hurst and Blackett. 1906.
An implementable formal language for hard real-time systems
Bradley, Steven Paul
An implementation guide on how to re-engineer your business
McManus, John J
Cheltenham. Stanley Thornes. 1994.
An implementation guide to real-time programming
Ripps, David L
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Yourdon Press. c1989. xviii,262p.
An implementation model for web site design and use in counseling and career services
Sampson, James P ; Peterson, Gary W
Tallahassee, FL. Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development, Florida State University. 2001.
An implementation of an ALGOL 68 sublanguage
Amsterdam. Mathematisch Centrum. 1975.
An implementation of an assembler on a distributed computing system
Talia, Najah Yousif
Norwich. University of East Anglia. 1980.
An implementation of APL
Yates, Anthony R
Bradford. 1974. 118p.
An implementation of a screen editor on the UNIX system
An implementation of IEEE 802.2 on an IBM PC
An implementation of Or-parallel prolog on a distributed shared memory architecture
Augusto da Silva, Fernando Manuel
Manchester. University of Manchester. 1993. 184p.
An implementation of the boundary-integral technique for planar problems of elasticity and elasto-plasticity
Riccardella, Peter Charles
Pittsburgh, Pa. Carnegie-Mellon University. 1973.
An implementation of the Kerberos system in UEL: experiences and evaluation
Sita, Alina Md
London. University of East London. 1995.
An implicit tax rate for non-financial corporations: definition and comparison with other tax indicators
Luxembourg. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. 2004. 49p.
An important Australian printing works: Sands and MacDougle
An important background: a study of the earliest writings of Louis MacNeice
[S.l. The Author]. 1993. v, 173p.
An important case argued: in three dialogues
London. Sold by J. Matthews, London, M. Luckman, Coventry and by all booksellers in town and country.
An important chapter from the history of legal interpretation: the jurisdiction of the first Permanent Court of International Justice, 1922-1940
Fockema Andreae, Joachimus Pieter
Leyden. A.W. Sijthoff. 1948. 159p.
An important collection of 19th and 20th century jewels: auction: Tuesday 18 November 1997
Geneva. Sotheby's. 1997.
An important collection of 20th century furniture: the New York townhouse, designed by Philip Johnson, 1949-50 : auction, Saturday, May 6, 1989
New York. Sotheby's. 1989.
An important collection of French paperweights
London. Sotheby's. 1968.
An important collection of medical books of the 15th to the 20th century, mainly illustrating the history of neurology and psychiatry: the property of the late James Hardman....which will be sold by auction by Sotheby Parke Bernet 6 Co.... 15-17 June 1981
London. Sotheby's. 1981.
An important collection of silver toys & miniatures: which will be sold ... on ... October 11, 1972
(London. The Firm. 1972). 37 p., 24 plates.
An important collection of some of the rarer works of Charles Lamb together with some 'Lambiana': [being the 932nd Caxton Head catalogue]
London. James Tregaskis and Son. 1927. ,20,p.,1 leaf of plate.
An important Dedham landscape by John Constable: the property of a gentleman of title
Phillips. 1990. p.
An important exhibition of works by Henri Matisse
London. Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd. .  p.
An important exhibition of works by Henri Matisse, June-July, l978
London. Marlborough Fine Art,ltd. l978. 12 p., (7) leaves of plates.
An important experiment in some London schools: a survey of indiscipline among girl pupils
London (89 Polesworth House, Alfred Rd, W2). D.L.S. Harman. (1972). 11p.
An important family: a novel about New Zealand
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1983, c1982. 492p.
An important family: a novel about New Zealand
London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1982. 287p.
An important family
London. Coronet. 1984. (288)p.
An important improvement in the supply of London wholesale meat markets: by the ... abolition of Smithfieldlive stock trade
London. Causton. 1832. 23 p.
An important industry: tag and label making
An important matter of principle: the decline of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
Aldershot. Ashgate. 1999. x, 217p.
An important message to you from the labour movement about the Daily Herald
London. Labour Party. [1954?]. 1 sheet, folded.
An important name in the chronicles of 'The Golden Age' of French typography is given to this distinguished type face: Estienne
Jones, George W
An important nautical collection including pictures and prints, books, arms and armour, nautical worksof art, ships fittings and fixtures, scientific instruments and model and model ships: which will be sold by auction on Friday 5th October, 1979
London. Sotheby's. 1979. 88p.
An important nautical collection including pictures and prints, books, arms and armour, nauticalworks of art, ships' fittings and fixtures, scientific instruments and model ships: which will be sold by auction on ... 5th October, 1979
London. Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. 1979. 88 p.
An important nautical collection... which will be sold by auction on Friday, 5th October, 1979... by Sotheby's Belgravia
London. Sotheby Parke Bernet. 1979.
An important question: do I love the Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity?
Birmingham. Thomas Groom. [ca. 1848].
An important question for Sunday scholars
[London]. Printed by Knight. [ca.1846].
An important question to one who hopes for salvation
London. Published for the Baptist Tract Society by Houlston and Stoneman. [184-?]. 2 p.
An important sale of Bordeaux of the 1975 vintage: ... which will be sold at Christie'sGreat Rooms on Friday, November 28, 1980
London. Christie's. .
An important sale of wine: Chateau Haut-Brion and other vintage wines of exceptional quality, from the private cellar of the late Clarence Dillon.... which will be sold at auction by Christie, Manson & Woods... on Thursday, December 6, 1979
London. Christie, Manson & Woods. 1979.
An important sale of wines and spirits... for sale by auction Tuesday, February 27, 1979
London. The firm. 1979.
An important scientific prediction
McCoy, Neal Henry
Northampton, Mass. Smith College. 1983. 14p.
An important Scottish anatomical publication rediscovered
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 2000.
An important secret come to light; or, The States General's reasons for refusing to guaranty the E[lectorat]e of H[anove]r, and to act offensively against France in the Netherlands, as lately proposed by the Ministers of G.B
London. Printed for J. Cooper. 1742.
An important suite of 20th century Egyptian furniture which are included... in Christie's sale of fine antiquities and tribal art, Saturday, December 13, 1980
New York. Christie Manson & Woods International. .
An important word to parents and godparents about the baptism of your child
London. Church Information Office. [ca. 1970].
An imported wife
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1994. (192)p.
An impossible dream
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1994. (192)p.