A plain account of Christian perfection
London. Epworth P. 1968. 116p.
A plain account of the Beveridge plan: insurance for all and everything
Longmans, Green and Co. 1943.
A Plain account of the nature and end of the Sacrament of the Lord's-Supper
Dublin. Printed for J. Smith, and W. Bruce. 1735.
A plain account of the old and new stiles in which their difference is deduced from clear principles and the difficulties attending a perpetual reformation of the calendar are shortly stated and resolved, in a letter to a Member of Parliament
London. Printed for A. Miller. 1751. ,71p.
A plain account of the people called Methodists,in a letter to the Reverend Mr. Peronet,Vicar of Shoreham in Kent,written in the year 1748
Epworth P. 1951. 30p.,19cm.
A plain address to all classes of society, exhorting them to individual humiliation before God, in order to avertnational judgments: being the substance of a sermon preached in the Parish Church of Cromwell, on Sunday, the 16th of January, 1831
Clinton, C.I. Fynes
Newark. S. and C. Ridge. 1831.
A plain address to the common sense of the people of England: containing an interesting abstract of Pain's life and writings
London. printed for the author. 1792. 60p.
A plain address to the common sense of the people of England: Containing an ... abstract ofPain's (i.e. Thomas Paine's) life and writings
Green, John Richards ; Paine, Thomas
London. The Author. 1792. 60 p.
A plain address to the people of Ireland, on the possible event of a French invasion: shewing its natural consequences. With the true interests and duty of every man in the state, in such an eventual case
Dublin. printed by Thomas Burnside. 1796. ,21p.
A plain and affectionate address to the shop-keepers, manufactures, artificers, and traders, of this city and kingdom
Dublin. printed by James Williams. 1780. iv,-16p.
A plain and circumstantial account of the transactions between Capt. Roche and Lieut. Ferguson, from their first meeting to the death of Lieut. Ferguson: To which is added, the trial and depositions
London. sold by G. Allen. 1775. ,vi,7-92p.
A plain and compendious method of teaching thorough bass
Lampe, John Frederick
London. Printed for J. Wilcox. 1737.
A plain and comprehensive treatise of decimals and mensuration: calculated for the instruction and improvement of those who are desirous to be acquainted with figures, in accurate and useful computations
Birmingham. printed for the editor; and sold by Z. Stuart, London, and most other booksellers in town and country. 1766. iv,317,p.,plates.
A plain and continued exposition of the several prophecies or divine visions of the prophet Daniel: which have or may concern the people of God, whether Jew or Christian; whereunto is annexed a threefold appendage, touching three main points, the first relating to Daniel, the other two to the Apocalypse
More, Henry ; Flesher, Miles ; Kettilby, Walter
London. printed by M[iles]. F[lesher]. for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishop's-Head in Saint Paul's Church-Yard. 1681. ciii, , 314, p. : 4to.
A plain and correct abstract of the Act of Parliament lately passed for Training and Exercising His Majesty's Subjects within Great Britain in the Use of Arms, with an index to the clauses
Beverley. Printed by M. Turner. [18--?]. 20p.
A plain and earnest address to Britons, especially farmers, on the interesting state of public affairs in Great Britain and France
Newark. Allin and Ridge. 1792. 12p.
A plain and easie calculation of the Name, Mark, and Number of the Name of the Beast: Whereunto is prefixed, A commendatory epistle
Stephens, Nathaniel ; Calamy, Edmund
London. M. Keynton and H. Fletcher. 1656. [xxii], 302p.
A plain and easy account of British fungi: with especial reference to the esculentand economic species
Cooke, M. C
London. W.H. Allen. 1884. viii, 166 p., 20 leaves of plates.
A plain and easy account of the British ferns: wherein each species is particularly described under its respective genus, and the characteristics of those genera given in words of common use. With a glossary of technical and other terms, serving as a key to larger treatises
London. R. Hardwicke. [1885?]. 67p.
A plain and easy account of the British ferns: together with their classification, arrangement of genera, structure and functions, and a glossary of technical and other terms
London. Robert Hardwicke. .
A plain and easy account of the land and fresh-water mollusks of Great Britain: containing descriptions, figures and a familiar account of the habits of each species
London. Robert Hardwicke. 1866. viii, 244p.
A plain and easy introduction to the knowledge and practice of gardening, with hints on fish ponds
London. Printed for F.C. and J. Rivington. 1813. 446p.
A plain and evident discovery of the two personal comings of Christ
[London]. [s.n.]. [?1670].
A plain and familiar introduction to the Newtonian experimental philosophy
London. printed for the author, and sold at his shop. 1765.
A plain and familiar introduction to the Newtonian philosophy
W. Owen. 1751.
A plain and familiar method for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetic
Wingate, Edmund ; Kersey, John ; Shelley, George ; Dodson, James
London. C. Hitch (etc.). 1760. x, 401, (13) p.
A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments: now intituled The book of thethousand nights and a night
Burton, Richard Francis
Benares. Printed by the Burton Club privately printed. 1885-86. 10 v., plates.
A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments now entituled The book of the thousand nights and a night: with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men and a terminal essay upon the history of the nights
[London]. printed by the Burton Club for private subscribers only. [1885-1888]. 17 v., plates.
A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments, now entituled The book of the thousand nights and a night
Burton, Richard Francis
Denver. Printed by the Burton Society for private circulation. 1899. viii,303p.
A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments, now entituled, The book of the thousand nights and a night: with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men and a terminal essay upon the history of the Nights
Burton, Richard Francis
[S.l.]. Printed by the Burton Club for private subscribers only. [between 1905 and 1920]. 343p.
A plain and rational account of the Catholic faith: with a preface and appendix, in vindication of Catholic morals, from old calumnies revived and collected in a scurrilous libel entitled, A Protestant's resolution, &c. To which is annexed, The reformed churches proved destitute of a lawful ministry
Manning, Robert ; Tyrell, Sylvester ; Tyrell, Sylvester
Waterford. published by Sylvester Tyrrell. 1861. [iii]-xxiv,184p.
A plain and rational account of the Catholick faith: with a preface and appendix, in vindication of Catholic morals, from old calumnies revived and collected in a scurrilous libel entitled, A Protestant's resolution, &c. : to which is annexed, The reformed churches proved destitute of a lawful ministry
Rouen. [s.n.]. 1731. [iii]-xxiv,182 p.
A plain and rational vindication and explanation of the liturgy of the Church of England. Collected out of the discourses of some of the Reverend Bishops and Doctors of the same Church, by way of question and answer
London. Printed for Tho. Atkinson. 1704.
A plain and short account of the nature of baptism, according to the New Testament
Warrington. The Author. 1781. vii, 71 p.
A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster and borough of Southwark: ... with an account of the commitment of Lord George Gordon to the Tower, and anecdotes of his life
London. Fielding and Walker. 1780. 62 p.
A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster, and borough of Southwark: with an account of the commitment of Lord George Gordon to the Tower, and anecdotes of his life
London. printed for Fielding and Walker. 1780.
A plain answer to a ... pamphlet, intitled The business of pawnbroking stated and defended shewing the false reasoning and mis-stating ... in that pamphlet and also discovering ... secrets in that business, practised by the initiated pawnbrokers
London. G. Woodfall. 1745. 30 p.
A plain answer to the plain reasoner: Wherein the present state of affairs it [sic] set, not in a new but true light; : in contradiction to the reasoner, who advises the continuance of a land-war, and doubling our debts and taxes
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1745. 54 p. : 8vo.
A plain answer to the query ought there to be a law against blasphemy
Birmingham. J. Taylor. 1842.
A plain appeal, on the sanctity, violations, and observance of the sabbath day
London. printed by R. Clay. 1829. 30 p.
A plain brown rapper
Brown, Rita Mae
Baltimore. Diana Press. c1976. 236 p.
A plain but full exposition of the catechism of the Church of England: Enjoyned to be learned of every child before he be brought to be confirmed by the bishop. Collected out of the best catechists
London. Printed for N. Webb. 1663. (12), 213 p.
A plain caution to every honest Englishman, against certain false arguments by which the enemies of his country endeavour to seduce him fromhis duty and his interest: addressed to a very numerous and respectable meeting of the Loyal inhabitants of the City of Lichfield and its neighbourhood, December 18, 1792. Published at their request
Birmingham. Re-printed by E. Piercy. 1793.
A plain caution to every honest Englishman, against certain false arguments, by which the enemies of his country endeavour to seduce him from his duty and his interest. Addressed to a very numerous and respectable meeting of the loyal inhabitants of the City of Lichfield and its neighbourhood, December 18, 1792. Published at their request
Birmingham. Re-printed by E. Pierrcy. 1793.
A plain, concise view of the origin, progress, and present state of our system of finance: with considerations on aproposition contained in a pamphlet, published some time ago, (an extract of which appeared in the Times newspaper, of the 28th of January last,) well deserving the most serious attention of all classes of the community, as being calculatedto effect a complete national renovation
Warwick. W. Rose. 1826.
A plain cookery book for the working classes
Oxford. Oxford Microform Publications. c1985. 2 microfiches.
A plain cookery book for the working classes
Francatelli, Charles Elme
London. Routledge, Warne, and Routledge. . 105p.
A plain defence of the Protestant religion, fitted to the meanest capacity: being a full confutation of the Net for the fishers of men, published by two gentlemen lately gone over to the Church of Rome. Wherein is evidently made appear that their departure from the Protestant religion was without cause or reason
L. E ; S. L ; Taylor, Randal ; Wake, William ; J. C ; J. M. C
London. Printed by S.L. and are to be sold by R. Taylor, near Stationers-Hall. 1687. , 48 p. : 8vo.
A plaine and easie exposition upon the Lord's prayer in questions and answers
London. Robert Mylbourne. 1647.
A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. 183, x, (35) p.
A plaine and easie introduction to practicall musicke 1597
Westmead. Gregg. 1971.
[A plaine and easie introduction to practical musicke, set downe in forme of a dialogue...]
[London. for H. Lownes. 1608].
A plaine and familiar explanation of the tenne commandements
G.P. f. R. Rounthwait. 1618. 1 v.
A plaine and profitable exposition, of the parable of the sower and the seede
W. Bladen. 1625. 1 v.
A plain & easy introduction to the harpsichord
Albuquerque. University of New Mexico Press. 1974. xiv, 248 p.
A plaine declaration that our Brownists be Donatists
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1974. 126 p.
A plaine discovery, of the whole Revelation of S. Iohn: set downe in two treatises the one searching and proving the true interpretation thereof: the other applying the same paraphrasticallie and historicallie to the text
Napier, John ; Norton, John
London. Printed for Iohn Norton. 1611. , 375p.
A plaine discovery of the whole Revelation of St. John, set down in two treatises
Edinburgh. by Robert Waldegrave. 1593.
A Plaine pathway to the French tongue,1575
Menston. Scolar Press. 1968. 150p.,20cm.
A plain examination of socialism
London. Swan Sonnenschein. 1900.
A plain exposition of the Irish Land Act of 1881
Walsh, William J
Dublin. Browne & Nolan. 1881.
A plain, genuine, and faithful narrative of a most obstinate and terrible battle ... as it was lately fought at the Cheshire-cheese, in Fleet-street
London. Bodkin. 1752. vi, 17 p.
A plain guide to investment
A plain guide to investment and finance
Young, Thomas Emley
London. Macdonald & Evans. 1919.
A plain guide to the principles and practice of the water cure
Fernie, W. T
London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1872. 337p.
A plain guide to the Ventris decipherment of the Mycenaean Linear B script
Beattie, A. J
Berlin. Akademie. 1958. p. -104.
A plain introduction to the criticism of the New Testament: for the use of Biblical students
Scrivener, Frederick Henry Ambrose
London. Deighton, Bell and Co. 1883. xxxix, 712 p., xiv plates (some folded).
[A plain introduction to the criticism of the New Testament for the use of Biblical students]
Scrivener, Frederick Henry Ambrose
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell, and Co. 1861. [xvi, 419 p.,  plates].
A plain letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Infant Custody Bill
New York. [s.n.]. 1922.
A plain Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in simplest terms: (unison and optional descant, with or without organ)
Arnold, J. H
London. Oxford University Press. 1952.
A plain man looks at life: addresses broadcast from London
Elliott, W. H
London. A.R. Mowbray & Co Ltd. 1930. 76p.
A plain man looks at the Cross: an attempt to explain in simple language for the modern man, the significance of the Death of Christ
Weatherhead, Leslie D
London. Independent Press. 1945.
A plain man's creed: or, the principles of genuine Christianity, endeavoured to be candidly and impartially stated
Birmingham. printed for, and sold by J. Johnson, London, and may also be had of Brown and Bentley, printers, New-street [Birmingham]. 1791. ,ii,32p.
A Plain man's creed; or, The Principles of genuine Christianity, endeavoured to be candidly and impartially stated
Birmingham. Printed for...J. Johnson, London. 1791.
A plain man's guide to ACV design and construction
Flight International. 1964.
A plain man's guide to Christianity: essays in liberal Catholicism
Vidler, Alec R
London. William Heinemann Ltd. 1936.
A plain man's guide to computers
Edinburgh. Accountants' Publishing Co. for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. 1964.
A Plain man's guide to industrial market research: some simple answers to the question 'Should I be using it?'
London. Instituteof Practitioners in Advertising. 1982.
A plain man's guide to jazz
Postgate, J. R
London. Hanover Books. 1973.
A Plain man's guide to play-making
London. ITV. 1994. 1 videocassette (60 min.).
A plain man's guide to the finance of British higher education
Stanford. Stanford University. Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance. 1980.
A plain man's guide to the Glorious Revolution 1688
London. Regency. 1988. 120p.
A plain man's guide to the path round the Dale Peninsula
Barrett, John H
(Haverfordwest). Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. 1981. 31p.
A plain man's guide to Zeta
Manchester Guardian. 1958. 16p.,ill.,24cm.
A plain man's life of Christ
Martin, Arthur Davis
London. Allen & Unwin. 1941.
A plain man's notions about believing in Christ
London. E.T. Whitfield. [18--?]. 4p.
A plain man's notions about Bishop Colenso
London. E.T. Whitfield. [18--?]. 8p.
A plain man's notions about chapel-going
London. E.T. Whitfield. [18--?]. 4p.
A plain man's notions about faith and works
London. E.T. Whitfield. [18--?]. 4p.
A plain method of Christian devotion: laid down in discourses, meditations, and prayers,fitted to the various occasions of a religious life
Jurieu, Pierre ; Fleetwood, William
London. printed for John Walthoe. 1724.
A plain path-way opened to the simple-hearted: and an answer to all doubts and objections arising in them,against the inward appearances of Divine light and truth, which have kept many from obedience, and so from peace to their panting souls
Bradford. printed by Henry Wardman. 1834. 16p.
A plain person's guide to existing technological systems that affect the marketing of travel services in Europe and the USA
London. British Tourist Authority. (1981). 47p.
A plain practical plan, by which Great Britain may extricate herself from her present difficulties, procure the blessings of perfect peace, prosperity, and happiness, and dispense them to the whole world
London. Printed by G. Sidney. 1808. 1 p. l., 4, ii, (3)-104 p.
A plain proof of God's willingness to save all in opposition to the Calvinist doctrine
Hewlett, Ebenezer ; Hewlett, Ebenezer
Bristol. Printed and sold by the author in queen street price 3d. June 26 1734. ,2-26p.
A plain proof of the true father and mother of the pretended Prince of Wales: by several letters written by the late queen in France; the Earl of Tyrconel, collected from the originals, as they were intercepted and deliver'd to his present majesty
London. Printed for the author. 1700. (12), 63 p.
A plain question of personal duty
Wilbur, Earl Morse
London. National Unitarian Temperance Association. 1907. 13p.
A plain, rational essay on English grammar, 1797
Menston. Scolar P. 1969. xx,2-239,(7)p.(3fold).
A plain russet-coated captain
Dorking. Day. 1993. 199, (10) p.
A plain, short and probable expedient, to settle the present distractions of both kingdomes
[London]. [s.n.]. 1647.
A plainsong mass book
London. Catholic Truth Society. 1979.
A plain statement
London. Thomas Scott. .
A plain statement and scriptural defence of the leading doctrines of Unitarianism: to which are added remarks on the canonical authority of the books of the New Testament, and a candid review of the text of the improved version, in a letter to a friend
Chesterfield. Printed for the author. 1819. 128p.
A plain statement in support of the political claims of the Roman Catholics: in a letter to the Rev. Sir George Lee, Bart
Nugent, George Nugent Grenville ; Lee, George
London. printed for T. Hookham. 1826. ,84p.
A plain statement of facts: wherein the difference at present existing between The Bristol Dock Company, and the inhabitants of the City of Bristol, upon the Bill now before Parliament : are briefly considered in a letter, repsectfully addressed to the merchants, traders, and others, by one of their own body
Bristol. J,M. Gutch. 1807. 24p.
A plain statement of facts, relative to Sir Eyre Coote: containing the official correspondence and documents connected with his case; and the proceedings of the military board, appointed for its investigation
London. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. 1816. 84 p.
A plain statement of facts relative to the Royal exchange chimes
(London. 1850?). 4 p.
A plain statement of facts, wherein the character ... of G. Lloyd Wardle ... is rescued: being a brief appeal to the British people, and ... questions to Mrs. Clarke, and Messrs. F. and D. Wright
Wardle, Gwyllym Lloyd ; Clarke, Mary Anne
London. Wilson. 1809. 51 p.
A plain statement of some of the most important principles of religion: as a preservative against infidelity, enthusiasm and immorality
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. 1811. viii, 232p.
A plain statement of the bullion question, in a letter to a friend
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1811.
A plain statement of the conduct of the ministry and opposition towards His Royal Highness, the Duke of York
London. printed by B. McMillan and sold by H.D. Symonds. 1808.
A plain statement of the currency question, with reasons why we should restore the old English law of bimetallism
Twigg, John Hill
London. Effingham Wilson. 1893.
A plain statement of the facts and correspondence connected with the case of John Potter of the Lyttleton's Arms public house in the parish of Upper Arley...who was deprived of his licence at the Annual Licence Meeting held at the Stewpony in the month ofSeptember, 1817 and had it illegally renewed at Hagley in the month of March, 1818
Kidderminster. Gower and Pennell. 1818. 53p.