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Areopagitica: a speech
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Areopagitica: a speech of Mr. John Milton for the liberty of unlicenc'd printing, to the Parlament of England
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Are our army of carers ready to cope ?
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Are our industrial leaders efficiently trained?: (a comparison of technical education at home and abroad)
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Narud, Hanne Marthe ; Skare, Audun

Are pay-beds profitable?: a report by NERA for Norwich Union Healthcare
Davies, Keith ; Booer, Tim ; Lewis, David
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A repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers: y Francis Place
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Are peasant farming systems in the Amazon sustainable?
Thiele, Graham
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A Repeatability test for a digmatic caliper
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A repertoire of League of Nations serial documents, 1919-1947 =: Repertoire des series de documents de la Societe des Nations 1919-1947
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A repertory grid analysis of the cognitive complexity and the attitudes to school subjects ofthird form pupils
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A repertory of British archives
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A repertory of the inrolments on the patent rolls ofchancery in Ireland, commencing with the reign of King James I
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A repertory of the inrolments on the patent rolls ofchancery in Ireland, commencing with the reign of King James I. Vol. 1, part 1
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A repertory of the inrolments on the patent rolls ofchancery in Ireland, commencing with the reign of King James I. Vol. 1, part 2
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A replication of some validity studies of the Bannister-Fransella grid test for schizophrenic thought disorder, Dixon's test for flatness of affect, and the Payne object classification test
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A replicative perspective on evolutionary dynamics: the organizing process of the US economy elaborated through biological metaphor
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A replie to M. Calfhill's blasphemous answer made against the treatise of the crosse
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A reply: to an address to the members of the Dudley Auxilary Bible Society by the Rev. Thomas Tysan, Roman Catholic priest
Dawson, J
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A reply and a warning
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A reply as true as steele to a rusty ... lying libell ... written by an impudent ... ironmonger (Henry Walker) and called ... An answer to a foolish pamphlet
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A reply by J. K. L. to the late charge of the Most Rev. Doctor Magee, Protestant Archbishop of Dublin: submitted most respectfully to those to whom the above charge was addressed
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A reply by J. K. L. to the late charge of the Most Rev. Doctor Magee, Protestant Archbishop of Dublin: submitted most respectfully to those to whom the above charge was addressed
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A reply (by Luke Harruney) to a letter printed at Newcastle under the name of an answer: sentto the ecclesiasticall assembly at London, about matters concerning the King, and the government of the church; with the copy of the said letter ... in the name of John Deodate
Diodati, Giovanni ; Walker, Henry
London. printed by J.C. 1646. (15) p.

A reply, by the right Rev. James Doyle, to the appendix, &c., by the right rev. father in God, Thomas Elrington, D.D., M.R.I.A. Lord Bishop of Leighlin and Ferns
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A replye to an answere made of M. Doctor Whitegifte againste the admonition to the Parliament
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A reply from "The Bible, and the Bible alone", to the Bishop of Ossory's tract on baptismal regeneration, in a letterto his Lordship
Burnside, W. S ; O'Brien, James Thomas
Dublin. George Herbert.

A reply to a book called "The Catholic case stated": being extracts from the sworn evidence and reports of J.W. Kavanagh, with a postscript
Kavanagh, James W
Dublin. McGlashan & Gill. 1859. 72 p.

A reply to "A churchman's protest against church rates; being a speech deliverd in the parish vestry of Egham"
London. William Macintosh. 1864. 24 p.

A reply to a letter directed to the Minister of Moffat, concerning the positive institutions ofChristianity: In which the arguments in Mr. Wallace's sermon before the Synod of Dumfries, October 1729, and the remarks prefix'd to it, are illustrated and defended
Wallace, Robert
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1732. (2), 56 p.

A reply to a letter of Mr. George Barker, attorney, contained in documents relative to an investigation of themanner in which the funeral of the late Matthew Boulton, Esq. was furnished
Whateley, William
Birmingham. printed by Thomson and Wrightson. 1811.

A reply to a letter of the Lord Bishop of Capetown: with an appendix, containing the Bishop of Capetown's letter
Thirlwall, Connop ; Gray, Robert
London. Rivingtons. 1867.

A reply to a letter which appeared in the Hull Advertiser, of the 18th of December, 1858, from the Mayor of Hull
Atkinson, Henry J ; Samuelson, Martin
Hull. Kirk. [1858]. 26p.

A reply to a lover of temperance and truth, in a letter to the Rev. F. Blakely
Cooke, Henry ; Blakely, F
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A reply to a most untrue relation made and set forth in print
Kilvert, Richard
(London). 1641. 22 p.

A reply to an anonymous pamphlet entitled A refutation of the mis-statements contained in an anonymous pamphlet, ... circulated bythe London Dock Company, entitled "Cautionary observations to those who contemplate an investment of property in new docks": accompanied by some ... information to the subscribers to new wet docks
London. Letts. 1825. 75 p.

A reply to an attack made by one of Whistler's biographers on a pupil of Whistler: Mr Walter Greaves and his works
Greaves, Walter
London. William Marchant & Co. 1910. 82 p., [8] leaves of plates (inc. front.).

A reply to an attack made by one of Whistler's biographers on a pupil of Whistler, Mr. Walter Greaves and his works
London. William Marchant. 1911.

A reply to a pamphlet called Observations on the Bank of England
Chamberlen, Hugh
(London. printed by J. Whitlock. 1694). 16 p.

A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, arguments for and against an union
Jebb, Richard ; Cooke, Edward ; Jones, William
Dublin. Printed for William Jones, No. 26, College-green. 1799. iv,50p. : 8vo.

A reply to a pamphlet entitled "Christ our life, or the Scripture testimony concerning immortality, by a Clergyman of the Established Church"
Poounden, Patrick
Dublin. W. Curry, Jun. & Co. 1835. 80p.

A reply to a pamphlet, entitled Considerations on the war with the Turks
London. printed for J. Stockdale; W. Richardson; and J. Walker. 1789. 120p.

A reply to a pamphlet entitled Considerations on the War with the Turks by Mr. de Volney
London. for J. Stockdale [etc.]. 1789. 23 cm.

A reply to a pamphlet published in two parts by E. Owen, entituled, The necessity of water-baptism
Fothergill, Samuel
London. printed and sold by Luke Hinde. 1763.

A Reply to a Paper, intituled The Justice of our Cause in the Present War, in Respect of what is Peculiar to the English, in Matter of Civil Right
C, S
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A reply to a paper of Dr Sandersons, containing a censure of Mr. A. A. his booke of the confusions and revolutions of Government
Ascham, Antony
London. printed by A.J. and are to [be] sold by T.R. 1650.

A reply to Apeleutherus: in which his arguments to prove that sabbaths, ministers, and public worship, are useless and ought to be abolished, are examined and refuted
Bentley, John
London. Printed for the author, and sold by R. Hunter (successor to Mr. Johnson). 1819. [4],234p.

A reply to a printed paper intituled as followeth viz: To the supreame authority of the nation, the Commons of England, in Parliament assembled. The humble allegations of the mealman of the city of London, being freemen of the said city, in justification of the use of their trade
(London?. 1710?). 1 sheet.

A reply to a question, put by a noble lord, What is the Oratory?: and of what importance, service, use, or necessity, it may be, to the views, interests, and exigencies, of the public, of bodies, and of particular persons
Philosophus ; Henley, John
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A reply to a review in 'The Christian Guardian', Jan. 1822 of 'An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty, etc.', in a letter addressed to the editor of the 'Leicester Journal'
Hall, Robert
London. Published by Holdsworth. 1822.

A reply to a sheet of paper intituled the magistracy and government of England vindicated: or a justification of the English method of proceedings against criminals, by way of answer to the defence of the late Lord Russel's innocence, &c
Hawles, John ; Harrison, Israel ; Tonson, Jacob
London. Printed for Israel Harrison at Lincolns-Inn Fore-gate, and Jacob Tonson at the Judges-Head in Chancery-Lane near Fleet-Street. 1689. 36p.

A reply to a statement which appeared in the Newry Telegraph of 6th October 1821 under the signatures ofthe Roman Catholic priest and curate of the parishes of Ballymore and Mullabrack: to which is prefixed a full and accurate report of the trial
McConnell, Patrick
Dublin. Goodwin. 1821. 28 p.

A reply to A vindication of a discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation &c
Grascome, Samuel
London. (s.n.). 1691. 32 p.

A reply to Bullock
London. The Committee. 1977?. 31p.

A reply to C----- A-------: (i. e. David Stansfield) author of the Candid remarks on Mr. Hanway'sCandid historical account of the Foundling Hospital, with relation to the probable advantages of this institution
Hanway, Jonas
London. G. Woodfall. 1760. 23 p.

A Reply to Comrade Clifford: why we believe the adoption of his thesis would be disastrous and would destroy the Movement
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A reply to DES documents: Provision for hearing impaired children in special schools
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A reply to Dr. Denney
Peake, Arthur S ; Denney, James
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A reply to Dr. Huddesford's observations relating to the delegates of the Press
Huddesford, William
Oxford. 1756.

A reply to Dr. Priestley's remarks on the fourth volume of the commentaries on the laws of England
Blackstone, William ; Priestley, Joseph
London. printed for C. Bathurst. 1769.

A reply to James Barter's Reflections on my late book, intitled, A true testimony for God, and for His sacred law. Being a plain, honest, denfence of the First Commandment of God. Against all the Trinitarians under Heaven
Elwall, Edward ; Elwall, Edward ; Barter, James
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A reply to ... John James's Review of the several pamphlets ... offer'd to the publick, for the building of a bridge at Westminster ... (q.v.)
Langley, Batty ; James, John
London. The Author. 1737. iv, 54 p., plates.

A reply to 'Letters to Joseph Sturge, Esq. by William Alers Hankey, Esq.'
Sturge, Joseph ; Harvey, Thomas ; Sligo, Howe Peter Browne
London. Hamilton, Adams and Co. 1838.

A Reply to Michael Barratt Brown
London. Communists for Europe. [1975]. 12p.

A reply to Mr. Balfour's "Nationality and home rule"
Mackie, P. Jeffrey
Glasgow. Printed by James Hedderwick & Sons Ltd. 1914.

A reply to Mr. Brougham's Practical observations upon the education of the people, addressed to the workingclasses and their employers
Grinfield, Edward William
Birmingham. printed for C. and J. Rivington. 1825. 22cm.

A reply to Mr. Brown's vindication of the Presbyterian form of church-government: in which the order of the Apostolical churches is defended in a series of letters to the author
Carson, Alexander ; Ritchie, J ; Ritchie, J
Edinburgh. printed and sold by J. Ritchie...[and 9 others]. 1807. viii,[1],10-537,[1]p.

A reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper and Mr. Watt in the House of Commons on the 30th of April, 1792
Cooper, Thomas ; Burke, Edmund
Manchester. M. Faulkner and Co. 1792. 88p.

A reply to Mr. Coffey's observations on a report on the pipe-water works, &c. with some observations on the report of the engineer of the 23d October, and the outline of a plan of general reform in the pipe-water works of the city of Dublin
Lynch, James ; Faulkner, George ; Coffey, Andrew
Dublin. G. Faulkner, printer to the Hon. City of Dublin. 1799. 26p. : 8vo.

A reply to Mr. Edlin's two cases of gout, said to have terminated in death in consequence of the external use of ice and cold water: to which is added an instance of the fatal effects of encouraged gout : with observations, caution, &c
Kinglake, Robert ; Edlin, A
Taunton. Printed and sold by J. Poole. 1804. xii, 61 p.

A reply to Mr. E.W. Forster's pamphlet on "The basics of therapeutics,"
Manson, Richard Taylor
Darlington. Printed at the "Times" Office. 1885. 12 p.

A reply to Mr. Heathcote's letter, from an honest man: In which the arguments are proved to be delusive; and the facts untrue
Heathcote, George
London. Morgan. (1762). 39 p.

A reply to Mr. Henry Cook, scripture reader's reputation of Arian and Socinian principles; or, his review of the Rev.W. H. Dogherty's plain words for plain men: in six letters
Burns, J ; Cooke, Henry ; Doherty, William Hugh
Belfast (34, High Street). Printed by J. Smyth. 1836. v, 23p.

A reply to Mr. Law's Earnest and Serious Answer: (As it is Called) to Dr. Trapp's Discourse of theFolly, Sin, and Danger of Being Righteous Over-much
Trapp, Joseph
London. Printed for L. Gilliver, at Homer's Head, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. 1741. (Price One Shilling and Six-Pence). 1 p.l., 127p.

A reply to Mr. Silverstein
Rothwell, Kenneth S
(Salisbury, Md. Salisbury State College). 1974. p.p. 91-2.

A reply to Peking: Soviet government statement
London. Soviet Booklets. 1963. 35p.