A remarkable case of burglary
Keating, H. R. F
London. Allison & Busby. 1993. 185p.

A remarkable case of burglary
Keating, H. R. F
London. Collins (for) the Crime Club. 1975. (5),218p.

Aremarkable case of burglary
Keating, H. R. F
Bath. Lythway Press. 1979. (7),312p.

A remarkable case of renal coma
Saundby, Robert
London. Harrison and Sons. 1884.

A remarkable collection of old directories: mostly of the 18th & 19th centuries relating to London and ... various parts of Great Britain, including ... poll books, annual lists, almanacks, etc
Crowe, Stanley
(London. Crowe. 1958). 28 p.

A remarkable correspondence between a Wesleyan methodist travelling preacher and a lady respecting J. Barker and his principles
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [n.d.].

A remarkable dream of the late Dr. Doddridge of Northampton
Clark, Samuel
London. printed by J. Evans & Son. 8p.

A remarkable dream, with some reflections on the nature of dreams
Scott, A
Belfast). Printed by A. Mackay (News-Letter Office. 1805. [p.1-2, p.5-10].

A remarkable identity for lengths of curves
McShane, Greg
[s.l.]. typescript. 1991.

A remarkable medicine has been overlooked: with a letter to President Reagan
Dreyfus, Jack
New York. Simon and Schuster. c1981. 335 p.

A remarkable plaquette from Draeger Freres
Dreyfus, John
p. 91-97.

A remarkable prophetic fulfillment
Paisley, Ian
Belfast. Martyrs Memorial Productions. 1 cassette.

A remarkable range of writers
Rothwell. Montsaye School. 1987. 189p.

A remarkable solar disturbance
Hale, George Ellery
Northfield, Minn. The Observatory. 1892. 3 p.

A remarkable warning in a dream at sea: related by the dreamer to Thomas Chalkley
Chalkley, Thomas ; Rochester, John Wilmot
[Manchester. printed by John Harrison for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository and Association. 18--?]. 4p.

A remarkable woman: a biography of Katharine Hepburn
Edwards, Anne
Boston (Mass.). G.K. Hall. 1986.

A remarkably fine collection of horn books which is considered to be absolutely unique, comprising as it does fifty genuine specimens in ivory, wood, silver, and brass, together with a large number of other specimens illustrative of the nature of the horn book
London. Grafton & Co. 1923. 31,(1) p.

Are markets more competitive if commodities are closer substitutes?
Schulz, Norbert
London. Centre for Economic Policy Research. 1995.

Are married women more deprived than their husbands?
Cantillon, Sara ; Nolan, Brian
Dublin. Economic and Social Research Institute. 1996. 42p.

Are MBAs the right response for publishers facing the challenge of globalisation
Ttofa, Anastasia ; Slinn, Judy ; Green, T
Oxford. Oxford Brookes University. 2000.

A remedial approach to the teaching of reading, spelling and writing
Wight-Boycott, Val
Clayhidon, Devon. Theauthor. 1980. Multimedia.

A remedial English grammar for foreign students
Wood, Frederick T
London. Macmillan. 1966. C8.96.

A remedial teaching-unit for secondary pupils: a short-term provisionin an ESN(M) school
Drewicz, John Jerzy
1982.

Are media texts the natural successor to books?
Lennon, Aidan
[S.l. The author]. 1998.

Are medical ethics and economics incompatible?
Mooney, Gavin H
(Aberdeen, Scotland?). Health Economics Research Unit, Depts. of Community Medicine and Political Economy, University of Aberdeen. (1983). 18, (2) p.

A remedy against sin
Maxwell, W. B
London. W.B. Maxwell. 1920. 334p.

A remedy for industrial warfare
Eliot, Charles William
Boston. American Unitarian Association. [19--]. 16p.

A remedy for medical complaints: a practitioner's guide to complaints procedures
Rhodes-Kemp, Rosamund
London. Sweet & Maxwell. 1998. x, 237p.

A Remedy for sedition: which rare and whitty book is now reprinted for the first time
London. Golden Hours Press. 1933.

A remedy for sedition: which rare and witty book is now reprinted for the first time with a foreword
London. The Golden hours press, Ten staple inn. 1933. 60 p.

A remedy for the congested districts of Ireland: Migration versus emigration
Baldwin, Thomas
Dublin. Gill. 1884. 29 p.

A remedy for the distilleries of Ireland, which, at present, labour under such disadvantages, as to be called a disease, in an official pamphlet, just published, intitled, Observations on a letter to the Duke of Portland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, so far as the same relates to the subject of revenue, &c
Campbell, Thomas
Dublin. printed for P. Byrne and R. Marchbank. 1783. xviii,70p.

A remembered future: a study in literarymythology
Fisch, Harold
Bloomington. Indiana University Press. c1984. p. cm.

A Remembered land: recollections of life in the countryside 1880-1914
Street, Sean
London. Claremont Books. 1996. 160p.

A Remembered land: recollections of life in the countryside,1880-1914
Street, Sean
London. BCA. 1994. 159p.

A remembered love
Cassidy, Laura
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1994. 252p.

A remembered parish: St. Marks Cathedral, Bangalore
Taylor, Richard Warren
Bangalore, India. Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society. 1986. ii, 109 p.

A remembrance of Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, the burial place of ... W. Adams
Hollaway, Henry Richard ; Adams, William
London. Longman. (1849). 24 p.

A remembrance of honors due to the life and death of Robert Earle of Salisbury, Lord Treasurer of England, &c
Johnson, Richard ; Brockett, John Trotter
[Newcastle. printed by S. Hodgson. 1818].

A remembrance of R. L. S: West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh : a proposal for theRobert Louis Stevenson Club
Finlay, Ian Hamilton ; Lindsley, Kathleen
Little Sparta, Dunsyre. Stellar Press for the Wild Hawthorn Press. 1987. [11] leaves.

A remembrance of the wel imployed life & godly end of G.Gascoigne Esq
Edinburgh. Aungervyle Society. 1888.

A remembrance of the Windsors
You. 1986.

A remembrancer and recorder of facts and documents illustrative of the genius of the New Jerusalem dispensation
Robinson, Thomas
Manchester. Thomas Robinson. 1864. p.p. 383, iv : 8vo.

Are men equal?: an inquiry into the meaning of American democracy
Myers, Henry Alonzo
Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University Press. 1955. 188p.

Are men free?: report of a lecture ... on Monday, November 5th, 1917
Drummond, H. Gordon
Manchester. Manchester New Church Printing and Tract Society. [1917]. 20 p.

Are metals prices becoming more volatile
Brunetti, Celso ; Gilbert, Christopher L
London. London University, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Department of Economics. 1996.

Are middlemen competitive?
Fingleton, John
London. London School of Economics, Financial Markets Group. 1993.

A reminiscence
Horowitz, Vladimir
Sony. 2001. 1 compact disc.

A reminiscence of Arthur Stanley
Hughes, Thomas
[10]p.

A reminiscence of Queen Victoria's visit to Jersey: Sept. 3, 1846
Helsham, Arthur E
Jersey. Brittish Press Office. 1846.

A reminiscence of the highlands of Scotland in 1843
Frazer, James
London. Chapman and Hall. 1873.

A Reminiscence of Wordsworth Day: Cockermouth, April 7th, 1896
Rawnsley, H. D
Cockermouth. Brash Bros., "West Cumberland times" Printing Works. 1896. 88 p., [4] leaves of plates.

Are ministerial missionaries needed?
Moncrieff, A. R. Hope
Shanghai. Presbyterian Mission Press. 1929. 25 p.

Are miracles possible?
Farmer, Herbert Henry
London. National Society. [1960]. 17 p.

"A remnant --"
Barosin, Jacob
New York. Holocaust Library. c1988. 139p.

Are model-based inflation forecasts used in monetary policymaking?: a case study
Siviero, Stefano ; Terlizzese, Daniele ; Visco, Ignazio
Roma. Banca d'Italia. 1999. 39p.

A remodelled economic organisation: a report
[OEEC]. 1960.

Are model statements really metalinguistic
Wilson, Warren Kent
Ann Arbor, Mich. University Microfilms. 1969. 1 microfilm.

Are money stock and price level casually related in South Asia?: a new look on casuality testing
Luintel, Kul B
Loughborough. Loughborough University of Technology, Department of Economics. 1995.

Are money stock and price level causally related in South Asia?: a new look on causality testing
Luintel, Kul B
Loughborough. Department of Economics, Loughborough University of Technology. 1995.

A Remonstrance: Or Plaine Detection Of Some Of The Favlts And Hideovs Sores Of Such Sillie Syllogismes And Impertinent Allegations, As Ovt Of sundrie factious Pamphlets and Rhapsodies, are cobled vp together in a Booke, Entituled, A Demonstration Of Discipline [by J. Udall]: Wherein also The true state of the Controuersie of most of the points in variance, is (by the way) declared
Bishop, George ; Newberie, Rufe
London. imprinted by George Bishop and Rufe Newberie. 1590. p.p. [12], 210, [2] : 4to.

A remonstrance against Lord Viscount Bolingbroke's philsophical religion: Addressed to David Mallet, Esq; the publisher
Anderson, George ; Mallet, David
Edinburgh. Printed in the year MDCCLVI. 2 p. l., 450 p.

A remonstrance against presbitery exhibited by divers of the nobilitie, gentrie, ministers and inhabitants of the county palatine of Chester
Aston, Thomas
[London]. [printed for John Aston]. 1641.

A remonstrance against the mischievous abuse of phlebotomy by barbers and other unskilful persons: in ... the city of London ... in a letter to the ... Worshipful comapny of surgeons
Godman, Thomas
London. Meadows. 1749. 35 p.

A remonstrance and declaration of the young men and apprentices of ... London: To the ... Lord Mayor ... and as of publique concernment to the whole kingdome
London. Printed by R.I. 1647. 6 p.

A remonstrance and protestation of all the good Protestants of this Kingdom, against deposing their lawful sovereign King James II. With reflections thereupon
London. Printed, and are to be sold by Randall Taylor. 1689.

A remonstrance for the re-publique: Shewing who are the lying lips of the prince ... Presented to ... Parliament for a reformation
London. Johnson. 1643. (6) p.

A remonstrance from his excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax, and the Army under his command. Concerning their just and cleare proceedings hitherto, in the behalfe of the Parliament, Kingdome, and themselves. And the evill and treacherous dealing they have found from the enemies, to their owne, and the Parliaments, and Kingdomes peace andfreedome. Together with their present difficulties, and dangers in relation thereunto. And their present resolutions thereupon. With the grounds of all these
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed by M.S. for George Whittington. 1647.

A remonstrance from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, and his Councell of Warre, concerning the late discontent and distraction in the Army. With his Excellencies declaration of himselfe, and expectation from the Army thereupon, for the future uniting of the Army. Published by his Excellency at the head of every regiment, at thefirst randezvouze of the Army in Cork bush Field between Hartford and Ware, Monday Novemb. 15. 1647
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for George Whittington. 1647.

A Remonstrance from His Excellency Sir Thomas Lord Fairfax and the Armie under his command concerning their just and clear proceedings hitherto, in the behalfe of the Parliament, Kingdome and themselves: and the evil and trecherous dealing they have from the enemies to their own
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed George Whittington. 1647.

A remonstrance from the eternal God: declaring several spiritual transactions unto the Parliament, and commonwealth of England, unto ... Lord General Cromwell, the council of state, the council of war
Reeve, John ; Muggleton, Lodowick
(London). 1719. 24 p.

A remonstrance humbly presented to ... Parliament: touching the ... miseries of the poore of the land ... andin this great city of London
Lee, Leonard
London. Rothwell. 1644. 12 p.

A remonstrance, in a third letter, addressed to Charles Abel Moysey... on the renewal of his former attacks upon the Catholics in his late charge to the clergy of the Deanery of Bedminster, July 29, 1824
Baines, Peter Augustine ; Moysey, Charles Abel
Bath. printed by Wood, Cunningham, & Smith; sold by H. Gye... [et al.]. [1824]. 47 p.

A remonstrance of divers remarkeable passages concerning the Church and Kingdome ofIreland: recommended by letters from the Right Honourable the Lords Justices, and counsell of Ireland
Jones, Henry
London. Printed for Godfrey Emerson, and William Bladen, and are to be sold at the signe of the Swan in Little-Brittain. 1642. (7), 80 p.

A remonstrance of divers remarkeable passages concerning the church and kingdome of Ireland, recommended by letters from the Right Honourable the Lords Justices, and Counsell of Ireland, and presented by Henry Jones...to the Honourable House of Commons inEngland
Jones, Henry
London. Printed for Godfrey Emerson and William Bladen. 1642. [viii], 80p.

A remonstrance of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of the Parliaments forces, and of the Generall Councell of Officers held at St Albans the 16. of November, 1648, presented to the Commons assembled in Parliament, the 20. instant, and tendred to the consideration of the whole Kingdome
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax ; Ireton, Henry
London. Printed forJohn Partridge and George Whittington. 1648.

A remonstrance of ... James I ... for the right of kings: and the independencie of their crownes. Against an oration of the ... Card. of Perron ... Translated out of His Maiesties French copie
James ; Du Perron, Jacques Davy
Cambridge. printed by Legge. 1619. (21), 290 p.

A remonstrance of some fallacies and mistakes, whereof the informers who have hitherto attempted against the house of the Stillyard ... have made use
Boekell, Martin
London. printed by Newcomb. 1659. 15 p.

A remonstrance of [i.e. or] the declaration of the Lords and Commons, now assembled in Parliament, 26 of May, 1642. In answer to a declaration under his Majesties name concerning the businesse of Hull, sent in a message to both Houses the 21 of May, 1642
London. Printed for Richard Lownds. 1642.

A remonstrance of the directors of the Netherlands East India Company: presented to the Lords States Generall of the Vnited Provinces, in defence of the said companie, touching all the bloudy proceedings against the English merchants, executed at Amboyna. Together, with the Acts of the processe, against the sayd English. And the reply of theEnglish East India Company, to the said remonstrance and defence
London. Printed by I. Dawson, for the East India Company. 1632. 3 v. in 1.

A remonstrance of the directors of the Netherlands East India Company, presented to the Lords States Generall of the Vnited Provinces, in defence of the said Companie, touching the bloudy proceedings against the English merchants, executed at Amboyna. Together, with the Acts of the Processe, against the sayd English. And the reply of theEnglish East India Company to the said remonstrance and defence
London. Printed by Iohn Dawson, for the East India Company. 1632.

A remonstrance of the great affayres and matters of consequence betwixt the King and both Houses of Parliament. March, 17th. 1641. Touching the present estate of these two kingdomes, England and Jreland
Thomas, John
London. Printed for John Thomas. 1641 [i.e. 1642]. [8]p.

A remonstrance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, or, The reply of both Houses, to a printed book, under His Majesties name, called, His Majesties answer to a printed book, entituled, A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament the 26 of May 1642. in answer to a declaration under HisMajesties name, concerning the businesse of Hull. November 2. 1642
Charles
London. Printed for I. Wright. Novemb. 3. 1642.

A remonstrance of the most gratious King James I, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c., for the right of Kings and the independance of their crownes: against an oration of the most illustrious Card. of Perron, pronounced in the Chamber of the third Estate. Jan. 15. 1615
James ; Du Perron, Jacques Davy
Cambridge. printedby Cantrell Legge. 1616.

A remonstrance of the present state of York-shire: together with a letter sent to the House of Commons of Colonel Goring's landing at Newcastle, with ten thousand arms, twenty pieces of ordnance, twenty thousand pounds and fourscore old commanders, waggons, &c
London. Printed for E. Husbands and J. Frank. 1643. 8p.

A remonstrance of the state of the kingdom: Whereunto is added The humble remonstrance and petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, to the Kings most excellent Majestie. Together with a declaration of the House of commons, touching a late breach of their priviledges, and for the vindication thereof, and of divers members of the said House
London. Joseph Hunscott. 1641. (26) p.

A remonstrance of the state of the Kingdom die Mercurii 15. Decemb. 1641: it is thisday resolved upon the question, by the House of Commons, that order shall be now given for the printing of this remonstrance of the state of the Kingdome
London. [s.n.]. 1641.

A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome, agreed on by the Lords and Commons assembled in ParliamentMay 19. 1642, and published by order of both Houses
London. printed for Thomas Bates. 1642.

A remonstrance of the state of the kingdome, die Mercurii 15, Decemb. 1641
London. [s.n.]. 1641. 28p.

A remonstrance of the state of the Kingdome. Die Mercurii 15. Decemb. 1641. It is this day resolv'd upon the question, by the House of Commons; that order shall be now given for the printing of this remonstrance, of the state of the Kingdome
London. Printed for Joseph Hunscutt. 1641.

A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons, now assembled in Parliament, 26. of May 1642: in answer to a declaration under His Majesties name concerning the business of Hull, sent in a message to both Houses the 21. of May, 1642
36p.

A remonstrance, or the declaration of the Lords and Commons, now assembled in Parliament, 26 of May, 1642 in answer to a declaration under His Majesties name concerning the businesse of Hull, sent in a message to both Houses the 21 of May, 1642
Charles
London. Printed for Iohn Franke. 1642. 16p.

A remonstrance with the Lord Chief Baron touching the case Nottidge versus Ripley
Condly, John
London. John Churchill. 1849.

A remonstrance with the Rev. Mr. Clayton on his sermon on the duty of Christians to civil magistrates; occasioned by the riots at Birmingham: and on his prefixed address to the public, intended to remove the reproach lately fallen on Protestant dissenters
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1791. [4],78p.

A Remonstrance with the Rev. Mr. Clayton, on his sermon on the duty of Christians to civil magistrates occasioned by the riots at Birmingham, and on his prefixed address to the public, intended to remove the reproach lately fallen on Protestant Dissenters
Clayton, John
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1791.

Are Mormons Christians?
Robinson, Stephen Edward
Salt Lake City, Utah. Bookcraft. c1991. ix, 133 p.

A remote beginning: poems
Kamal, Daud
Budleigh Salterton. Interim. c1985. 41p.

A remote memory monitor
Davies, C. J ; Turega, M
Manchester. UMIST. 1996.

A remote procedure call system
Hamilton, Kenneth Graham
Cambridge. University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory. 1984. 109p.

A remote velocity monitor using cross-correlation of infra red radiation: Design and application of a remote velocity measuring instrument based on the correlation principle for use on volcanic jets and stack emissions
Llewellyn, Gwyn James
Bradford. The author. 1976. 227p.

Are mothers really necessary?
Mullan, Bob
London. Boxtree. 1987.

Are mothers really necessary?
Mullan, Bob
New York. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. 1988. p. cm.

Are mother's really necessary?
[U.K.]. BBC. 199?. 1 videocassette.

Are Muslims hated?
[U.K.]. Mentorn/Raw for Channel 4. 2005. 1 videocassette (25 min.).

"Are my ears on wrong?": a profile of Charles Ives
Milton Keynes. Open University. 1978. Videorecording.

Arena
Bernstein, Leonard ; Blundell, Leslie ; McFarlane, Mike
London. Collins. 1991. 1 sound cassette.

Arena: where would I have got if I had been intelligent!
Beuys, Joseph ; Cooke, Lynne ; Kelly, Karen
New York. Dia Center for the Arts. 1994. 294p.

Arena
Bogner, Norman
(s.l.). Altin. 1980. 333p.

Arena
Bogner, Norman
London. Sphere. 1979. 572p.

Arena
Bond, Geoffrey
Macdonald & Co. 1963. 239p.,21cm.

Arena
Cranna, John
Mandarin. 1993. (176)p.

Arena
DURAN DURAN
Recorded. 1984.

Arena: the history of the Federal Theatre
Flanagan, Hallie
New York. Blom. 1965.

Arena
Forstchen, William R
London. Boxtree. 1995. 297p.

Arena!: the building of the Nynex arena,Manchester
Grant, Len ; Sudjic, Deyan ; Fox, Anna
Manchester. Len Grant Photography. 1995. 96p.

Arena: a play for Bridport
Jellicoe, Ann
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. 199?. 1 videocassette.

Arena: Feel the terror
Jones, Bruce
New York. Marvel Entertainment Group. 1989.

Arena
McBride, Rita
Rotterdam. Witte de With. 1997. 56p.

Arena: 114 photographs of the circus
Murazov, Miroslav ; Mendzheritsky, Ivan ; Kolevatov, Anatoli
Moscow. Planeta Publishers. [1978]. (106)p.

Arena: the story of the Colosseum
Pearson, John
London. Book Club. 1973. 192p.

Arena
Savarin, Julian Jay
London. Hale. 1979. 224p.

Arena
Davenport, John ; Lindsay, Jack ; Swinger, Randall
London. Fore Publications. [1948]. 95p.

Arena: sports SF
Ferman, Edward L ; Malzberg, Barry N
London. Robson Books. 1976. (2),xi,223p.

Arena: Alec Guinness, a secret man
Guinness, Alec
[U.K.]. BBC2. 2003. 1 videocassette (90min.).

Arena: National anti-racist movement in education newsletter
Walsall. NAME.

Arena: journal of the Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers
Manchester. USDAW.

Arena: the newsletter of sportscotland
Edinburgh. Sportscotland.

Arena
Belfast. Youth Service Information Unit.