A plea for almes: delivered in a sermon at the Spital ... April 13. 1658
Watson, Thomas
London. T. Parkhurst. 1658. 68 p.

A plea for a more politico-geographical approach to political geography
Nel, Deryck E
Fort Hare (Rhodesia). Fort Hare University Press. 1965.

A plea for amusements
Sawyer, Frederic W
New York. D. Appleton. 1847. iv, 320 p.

A plea for anarchist communism
Duncan, H. H
Aberdeen. Printed by James Blair. 1893. 15p.

A plea for an English history of Jewish law
Benas, Bertram B
Edinburgh. Neill and Co. 1932. 15p.

A plea for Anglo-Jewish history: being the inaugural address delivered at the first meeting of the Jewish Historical Society of England, November 11th 1893
Wolf, Lucien
London. Jewish Chronicle. 1893.

A plea for an imperial privy council and judicial committee
Iwi, Edward Frank
London. Grotius Society. [1937?]. 16p.

A plea for annual lists of state papers
Campbell, Francis Bunbury Fitzgerald
London. 1892.

A plea for art in the house
Loftie, W. J ; Garrett, Rhoda ; Oliphant ; Hullah, John Pyke
New York . Garland Pub. 1978.

A plea for art in the house: with special reference to the economy of collecting works of art, and the importance of taste in education and morals
Loftie, W. J
London. Macmillan. 1878.

A Plea for Atheism
Bradlaugh, Charles
London. Austin & Co. (s.d.). 23p.

A plea for a Unitarian paper in every Unitarian home
[S.l. s.n. 1906?]. 4p.

A plea for a wider use of artists and craftsmen: a lecture delivered at the invitationof the Chairman and Managers of the Technical School of Art at Sheffield, on the 8th November, 1916
Rothenstein, William
London. Constable. (1917).

A plea for a wider use of artists & craftsmen: a lecture delivered at the... Technical School of Art at Sheffield, on the 8th November, 1916
Rothenstein, William
London. Constable. 1916. 28p.

A plea for biblical studies and something more: an opening address at Manchester New College, London, delivered Oct. 4th, 1858
Martineau, James
London. Edward T. Whitfield. 1858. 22p.

A plea for British black theologies: the black church movement in Britain in its transatlantic cultural and theological interaction, with special reference to the Pentecostal Oneness (Apostolic) and Sabbatarian movements
Gerloff, Roswith
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1991. 2 v.

A plea for British black theologies: the Black Church Movement in Britain in its transatlantic cultural and theological interaction with special reference to the Pentecostal Oneness (Apostolic) and Sabbatarian Movements
Gerloff, Roswith I. H
Frankfurt am Main. Peter Lang. 1992. viii, p. 419-1086.

A plea for candour: or, An attempt to unite Christians of different sentiments: With a letter to the Rev. Mr. Humphrys
Carpenter, Benjamin ; Buckland, James
Birmingham. Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Buckland, in Pater-Noster Row, London. MDCCLXXXIII [1783]. [2],16,18p.

A plea for church schools: a speech made at the Birmingham Diocesan Conference on December 3rd, 1912
Carnegie, William Hartley
Birmingham Education Society. 1912.

A plea for common sense: resolving the clash between religion and politics
Castelli, Jim
San Francisco. Harper & Row. c1988. p. cm.

A plea for democracy: an edited selectionfrom the 1867 "Essays on reform" and "Questions for a revised [i.e. reformed] Parliament"
Guttsman, W. L
London. MacGibbon & Kee. 1967. 304p.,23cm.

A plea for establishing municipal maternity homes for cases of abnormal labour and puerperal fever: founded on a paper read at a meeting of the North Western branch of the Incorporated Society of Medical Officers of Health, February 15th, 1907 : and at a meeting of the Medico-Ethical Association of Manchester, April 16th, 1907
Sinclair, William J
Manchester. Sherratt & Hughes. 1907. 97p.

A plea for fair play in Irish university education
Delany, William
Dublin. Catholic Truth Society of Ireland. 1904. 38 p.

A plea for heresy: a discourse preached in the Meeting-House of the First Presbyterian Congregation, Holywood, on Sunday, December 4th, 1881
M'alester, C. J
Belfast. Depository of the Ulster Unitarian Christian Association. 1881. 11p.

A plea for heretics
MacBeath, Alexander
Belfast. Queen's University. 1954. 9p.,26cm.

A plea for higher education of the job compositor
Turner, F. F
p. 528-529.

A Plea for Hispaniola: Juan de Ayala's letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, 1503 : the two millionth acquisition of the University of Minnesota Library, a gift of the late James Ford Bell
Minneapolis, Minn. The Library. 1961. 7 p.

A plea for Humane Reason: shewing the sufficiency of it in matters of Religion, in a letter to theRight Reverend the Lord Bishop of London
Jackson, John ; Gibson, Edmund
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1730. 67 p.

A plea for infant baptism: to which is annexed an appendix containing two forms of administering the rite
Belsham, Thomas
London. Printed for Rowland Hunter. 1817. viii, 121 p.

A plea for international law
Urquhart, F. F
Oxford. Printed by B.H. Blackwell. 1915. 19p.

A plea for Ireland: submitting the outline of a proposition for holding the Court and Parliament, at occasional intervals, in Dublin : In a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Althorp
Bish, Thomas ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer
London. J. M. Richardson. [1834]. 48p.

A plea for Ireland
Brown, John
London. Parker. 1840. 96 p.

A plea for Ireland, submitting the outline of a proposition for holding the Court and Parliament at occasional intervals in Dublin: in a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Althorp
Bish, Thomas ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer
London. J.M. Richardson. (1834). 48, (1) p.

A plea for Irish landlords: A letter to Isaac Butt, Esq., Q.C
Lifford
Dublin. Hodges, Smith. 1867. 20p.

A plea for Irish nurses
One of them
[Dublin]. [printed by A. Thom and Co., ... Crow Street]. 19??]. 14 p.

A plea for justice, being a demand for a public enquiry into the attacks on co-operativesocieties in Ireland
Russell, George William
Dublin. Irish Homestead. (1921?). 24 p.

A plea for legislation to permit voluntary euthanasia: which would give to an adult, in carefully defined circumstances and with proper safeguards, the choice between prolonged suffering and gentle, dignified death
London. Voluntary Euthanasia Society. 1970. 22p.

A plea for liberty: an argument against socialism and socialistic legislation
Mackay, Thomas ; Spencer, Herbert
London. Murray. 1891. xxii p., 1 l., 414 p. incl. tables.

A plea for liberty: an argument against socialism and socialistic legislation
MacKay, Thomas ; Spencer, Herbert
London. J. Murray. 1894. 326p.

A Plea for liberty: an argument against socialism and socialistic legislation : consisting of an introduction by Herbert Spencer and essays by various writers
Mackay, T
Indianapolis, Ind. Liberty Classics. 1981. p. cm.

A plea for liberty of conscience: a letter to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, bart., ... on the educational clauses of theFactories' Bill
Hinton, John Howard ; Graham, James Robert George
London. Houlston and Stoneman. 1843.

A plea for liberty of conscience: with the history of Mrs. Fardingale and her red cloak
Pollock, James S
Birmingham. printed by Richard L. Grew. [1867?].

A plea for liberty of education: a second letter to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, bart.,... on the educational clauses ofthe Factories' Bill
Hinton, John Howard ; Graham, James Robert George
London. Houlston and Stoneman. 1843.

A plea for limited monarchy as it was established in this nation, before the late war. In an humble addresse to His Excellency, General Monck
L'Estrange, Roger ; Albemarle, George Monck
London. printed by T. Mabb, for William Shears. 1660.

A plea for man
Rossi, Mario M
Edinburgh. Edinburgh University Press. 1956. 167p.,22cm.

A plea for mercy to offenders
Hopwood, Charles H
London. Humanitarian League. 1909. 18p.

A plea for national education, in answer to Mr. Butt's proposal for its destruction
Bagwell, Richard
Dublin. Hodges, Foster. 1875.

A plea for national Holy Days
Manners, John
London. Painter. 1843. 39p.

A plea for national unity: the case against the government scheme of insurance against damage by enemy aircraft and bombardment
Henderson, Fred
London. Jarrold and Sons. [s.d.]. 16p.

A plea for non-subscribers or, the grounds and reasons of many ministers in Cheshire, Lancashire, and the parts adjoyning for the refusall of the late engagement modestly propounded, either for receiving of statisfaction,(which they much desire) or of indempnitie, till satisfaction bee laid before them, (which they cannot but expect.)
[London]. [s.n.]. 1650.

A plea for old-age pensions
Rogers, Frederick
London. Charles H. Kelly. [ca.1906]. 18p.

A plea for parochial councils with statutory powers: a speech delivered in the Lower House of Convocation of the Provinceof Canterbury, on May 14th, 1886
Butler, Henry Montagu

A plea for peace: or a sermon preached in St. Paul's Church in London, Iuly 9. 1637
Vertue, Henry ; Clark, John ; Flesher, M
London. printed by M.F. for Iohn Clarke neare S. Peters Church in Cornhill. 1637. 62p.

A plea for peace, or, the nature, causes, mischief, and remedy of church-divisions: A sermon preach'd at Belfast, June the 22d., 1720. at a General Synod of the Protestants of the Presbyterian persuasion in the North of Ireland
Craghead, Robert
Belfast. Dublin printed, and Belfast re-printed by James Blow. 1721. viii, 21p.

A plea for peasant proprietors: with the outlines of a plan for their establishment in Ireland
Thornton, William Thomas
London. John Murray. 1848. xii, 256 p.

A plea for peasant proprietors, with the outlines of a plan for their establishment in Ireland
Thornton, William Thomas
New York. Augustus M. Kelley. 1969. xii, 256p.

A plea for philosophical studies: an inaugural lecture, delivered before the friends and supporters of Manchester New College, London, in University Hall, on Tuesday, Feb. 7th, 1854
Martineau, James
London. Printed by Charles Green. 1854. 16p.

A plea for phonetic spelling; or, the necessity of orthographic reform
Ellis, Alexander John
London. Fred Litman. 1848.

A plea for phonotypy and phonography: or, speech-printing and speech-writing
Ellis, Alexander John
Bath. Isaac Pitman. 1845.

A plea for photogravure
Nott, J. F
p. 27-34.

A plea for poetry
Fox, John
London. National Arts and Media Strategy Unit, Arts Council. 1991.

A plea for practical work in anatomy
Cooke, Thomas
London. Longmans. 1893.

A plea for prerogative: or, give Caesar his due
Taylor, John
London. Bankes. 1642. 6 p.

A plea for private schools
Knightley, W. P
Brighton. 1876.

A plea for protestant dissent: a sermon preached before the Presbyterian synod of Munster, and the Cork congregation, on Wednesday the 7th of July, 1819, and published at their request
Drummond, William Hamilton
Dublin. M. Goodwin. 1820. 35p.

A plea for purity: sex,marriage & God
Arnold, J. Christoph
Farmington, Pa. Plough Pub. House. c1996. xvi, 157 p.

A plea for ragged schools: or, Prevention is better than cure
Guthrie, Thomas
Edinburgh. John Elder. 1847.

A plea for reflectors, being a description of the new astronomical telescopes with silveredglass specula; and instructions for adjusting and using them
Browning, John
London. 1870. 40 p.

A plea for reformatories
Ratcliff, Charles
London. James Nisbet and Co. 1856.

A plea for religion and the sacred writings: addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine and wavering Christians of every persuasion
Simpson, David
London. Joseph Smith. 1835. xxxii, 506p.

A plea for religion and the sacred writings: addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every persuasion : with an appendix containing the author's determination to have relinquished his charge in the established church, and the reasons on which that determination was founded
Simpson, David
London. printed for T. Condor. 1803. xxiv, 349 p.

A plea for religion and the sacred writings: addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every persuasion... ; to which is added a discourse on stage entertainments, and on dreams and night-visions
Simpson, David
Manchester. J. Gleave. 1823. xxx, 444p., 110p.

A plea for religion, and the sacred writings: addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every persuasion. ... by the Rev. David Simpson, M.A. Minister of Christ Church, Macclesfield
Simpson, David
Liverpool. printed and published by Nuttall, Fisher and Dixon. [1812?]. iv, 472p.

A plea for religion and the sacred writings, addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and waveringChristians of every persuasion
Simpson, David
London. printed for W. Baynes. 1807.

A plea for sanity in thoroughbred racing
Vickers, Reginald J
Virginia. author. 1962.

A plea for Scotland
A R O ; O, A R
Glasgow. A.R.O. 1903.

A plea for social and popular repose: being an address delivered before the Philomathean and Eucleian Societiesof the University of the City of New York, July 1, 1845
Barnard, Daniel Dewey
New York. Tribune Job Printing Establishment. 1845.

A plea for socialism: delivered in the course of a socialist campaign amongst the minerson strike in Northumberland,1877
Mahon, J. L
Newcastle-on-Tyne. J. Beall. 1887.

A plea for spelling reform
Pitman, Isaac
London. Pitman. 1878.

A plea for Sr. George Booth and the Cheshire gentlemen, briefly stated in a letter to Sir ArthurHesilrigge
Prynne, William
(London. 1660). 1 sheet.

A plea for S. Sepulchre's Church
Poole, George Ayliffe
Northampton. Taylor & Son. 1860.

A Plea for St Sepulchre`s Church,Northampton
Poole, Geo Ayliffe
Northampton. Architectural Society. 1860. 5p.

A plea for tenderness
Richman, Jonathan
Nectar Masters. 1995. 1 compact disc.

A plea for the abolition of tests in the University of Oxford
Smith, Goldwin
New York. Arno Press. 1977. vii, 103 p.

A plea for the amalgamation of existing trade unions
[London]. Provisional Committee for Amalgamating Existing Trade Unions. [1910?]. 7p.

A plea for the antiquity of heraldry: with an attempt to expound its theory and elucidate its history
Ellis, William Smith
London. John Russell Smith. 1853.

A plea for the Catholic claims: a sermon, preached at the chapel in Essex-Street, March 10, 1813
Belsham, Thomas
London. Johnson. 1813. iv, 32 p.

A plea for the city orphans, and prisoners for debt: humbly offered to this present Parliament
London. Printed and sold by R. Taylor. 1690. 31 p.

A plea for the commonalty of London, or, a vindication of their rights ... in the choice of sundry city officers: As also, a justification of the power of the ... Common-councell, in the making of acts
Bellamy, John
London. printed by Miller. 1645. 28 p.

A plea for the commonalty of London, or, a vindication of their rights ... in the choice of sundry city officers: In a speech delivered in common-Councell, on ... the 24th of February, 1644 (1645)
Bellamy, John
London. printed by George Miller. 1645. 29 p.

A plea for the commonalty of London, or, A vindication of their rights (which have been long with-holden from 'em) in the choice of sundry city officers: as also a justification of the power of the Court of Common-Council, in the making of acts of by-laws ... notwithstanding the negative votes of the Lord-mayor and aldermen ... In a speech delivered in Common-Council ... 24th of February, 1644
Bellamie, John
London. Printed and sold by the booksellers. 1727. 29 p.

A plea for the constitution
Austin, John
London. John Murray. 1859. 42p.

A plea for the eight-hours' day in continuous processes
Crosfield, Arthur Henry
[London. Printed by C.F. Hodgson & Son. 1912]. 8 p.

A plea for the extension of the Boarding-Out system
Hill, Joanna Margaret
Birmingham. Printed by Charles Caswell. 1883.

A plea for the faithful restoration of our ancient churches: a paper read before the Architectural and Arch©Œological Society for the County of Bucks, at their first annual meeting in 1848, and repeated at a joint meeting of the architectural societies for the archdeaconry of Northampton and the county of Bedford in1849 : to which are added some miscellaneous remarks on other subjects connected with the restoration of churches, and the revival of pointed architecture
Scott, George Gilbert
London. John Henry Parker. 1850. 155p.

A plea for the framework-knitters: with a view to the amelioration of their condition
Halford, Henry
London. Bain. 1847. 103 p.

A plea for the gibbet
Gilpin, Charles
London. Charles Gilpin. 1848.

A plea for the historical interpretation of statute law
Eastwood, Reginald Allen
(London. 1935). 8 p.

A plea for the historical teaching of history
Firth, C. H
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1904.

A plea for the home government of Ireland
MacCarthy, John George
Dublin. A.M. Sullivan. 1872. 104p.

A plea for the home government of Ireland
MacCarthy, John George
London. Longmans, Green. 1871. 201 p.

A plea for the "Irish enemy"
Burges, Ynyr A
Dublin. Hodges, Smith and Co. 1865. 62p.

A plea for the Irish people: An address delivered before the Bentham Liberal Association, on November 11th, 1887
Roundell, Charles Savile
Skipton. Edmondson. (1888). 46 p.

A Plea for the King
Quarles, Francis
Oxford. Printed for Leonard Lichfield. 1642 (i.e. 1643). (8)p.

A plea for the King, and kingdome; by way of answer to the late Remonstrance of the Army, presented tothe House of Commons on Monday Novemb. 20. Proving, that it tends to subvert the Lawes, and fundamentall constitutions of this Kingdom, and demolish thevery foundations of government in generall
Nedham, Marchamont ; Mercurius Pragmaticus
[London]. [s.n.]. 1648.

A plea for the liberty of interpreting
Abercrombie, Lascelles ; Shakespeare, William
London. Oxford University Press. 1930. 30p.

A plea for the Lords, and House of Peers, or, A full, necessary, seasonable, enlarged vindication of the just, antient hereditary right of the lords, peers, and barons of this realm to sit, vote, judge in all the Parliamemts of England: wherein their right of session, and sole power of judicature without the Commons house, in criminal, civil, ecclesiastical causes as well of commons as peers, year in cases of elections, breach of privilege, misdemeanors of the Ccommons themselves, is irrefragably evidenced by solid reasons, punctualauthorities, memorable presidents out of histories and records in all ages, most of them not extant in any writers of our Parliaments
Prynne, William
London. Printed for the author. 1658. (17), 518p.

A plea for the Ministry, or, Certain propositions asserted out of the scriptures concerningthe Ministry.As concerning Its continvance; Ordination; Work; Maintenance. With the answers of divers objections that occurre
Wickins, William
London. printed by A.M. for Thomas Vnderhill and William Raybould. 1650.

A plea for the mixed economy
Masani, M.R
Bombay. National Information and Publications. 1947. 37p.

A plea for the Non-conformist. In three parts: 1. The true state of their case ... II. A parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies. III. The sufferings underwent
De Laune, Thomas
London. printed for Joseph Marshall. 1733.

A plea for the Non-conformists: shewing the true state of their case, and how far the conformists' separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduced into the service of God, justifies the Non-conformists' separation from them, in a letter to Dr. BenjaminCalamy, on his sermon, called Scrupulous conscience, inviting thereto : To which is added a parrallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies
De Laune, Thomas ; Defoe, Daniel
Nottingham. R. Dowson. 1817. 108p.

A plea for the non-conformists: in three parts
De Laune, Thomas
London. Printed for Joseph Marshall. 1733. 3 p.t. in one vol.

A plea for the non-conformists: shewing the true state of their case: ... In a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy, ... To which is added, a parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies: and a narrative of the sufferings underwent by Thomas De Laune
De Laune, Thomas
London. printed for a friend of the author, and sold by A. Bettesworth. 1712. [2],16,[6],144[i.e.134],[2]p.

A plea for the Parliament, or, XIV. considerations for the satisfaction of such, who are apt to be mis-led by a malignant party against the Parliament, with a palpable and evident declaration of their chiefest designes therein
(London). Reprinted for W. Larnar. 1642. 12 p.

A plea for the poor: showing how the proposed repeal of the existing corn laws will affect the interests of the working classes
Noel, Baptist Wriothesley
London. Dugdale. 1841. 24 p.

A plea for the portable Turkish Bath: together with an essay entitled: Is sweating weakening?
Fulleylove, W. K
Birmingham. J.G. Hammond. [1886?].

A plea for the Prayer of Oblation
Berry, Clarence Leo
London. A.R. Mowbray..., for the Alcuin Club. 1951. 27 p.

A plea for the production of an archaeological map and index for the county of Warwick
Bevan, J. O
[Walsall. Printed by W. Henry Roinson. 1898]. 12 p.

A plea for the Queen's English: stray notes on speaking and spelling
Alford, Henry
London. Strahan. 1869. xvi, 287p.

A plea for the rainband and the rainband vindicated
Capron, J. Rand
London. 1886. 30 p.

A plea for the reform of the British currency and Bank of England Charter
Phillips, Edmund
London. Whittaker & Co. 1861.

A plea for the return of an irreplaceable cultural heritage to those who created it: an appeal
M'bow, Amadou-Mahtar
Paris. Unesco. (1978).

A plea for the revival of reading: with a plan of campaign
Stead, William Thomas
London. Stead's Publishing House. 1906. 99p.

A plea for the rich: showing how the proposed repeal of the existing corn laws will affect the interests of the upper and richer classes
Noel, Baptist Wriothesley
London. Brittain. (1841?). 24 p.

A plea for the rights and liberties of religious women, with reference to the bill proposed by Mr. Lacy
Ullathorne, William Bernard ; Lacy, Henry Charles
London. Thomas Richardson and Son. 1851. 24 p.

A plea for the sacramental test as a just security for the church established and very conducive to the welfare of the state
Ellys, Anthony
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1736. 133 p.

A plea for the scientific habit
Bolas, T
p. 91-92.

A plea for the thorough and unbiased investigation of Christian Science and a challenge to its critics
Herman, Charles
London . J.M. Dent & Sons. 1915.