A series of murders
Brett, Simon
Futura. 1990. 187p.

A series of new maps of the hop growing districts of England: Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire ... with an alphabetical list of parishes
London. Arthur Morris. 1894. 4 maps.

A series of notes expository pf the Athanasian creed as being a formula of christian doctrine as taught by St. Anthanasius and the Nicene council
Dingley, J
Stourbridge. Mark & Moody. 12p.

A series of observations on strictures of the urethra: with an account of a new method of treatment
Stafford, Richard Anthony
London. Longman. 1828. 159, 52 p.

A series of observations on strictures of the urethra: with an account of a new method of treatment
Stafford, Richard Anthony
London. printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 1829. xx, 207 p.

A series of organ pieces in various styles
Smart, Henry
London. Ashdown.

A Series of original advertisements for Hudson's soap
Liverpool. R.S. Hudson Limited. [1924?].

A series of original portraits and caricature etchings by the late John Kay, miniature painter, Edinburgh: with biographical sketches and illustrative anecdotes
Paton, Hugh
Edinburgh. Paton. 1837. 2 v.

A series of original precedents in conveyancing: with practical notes and also variations adapting each precedent to the most usual circumstances of title
Barton, Charles
London. Printed for W. Clarke and Sons. 1807.

A series of ornamental timber gables: from existing examples in England and France, of the sixteenth century
Pugin, Augustus ; Ferrey, Benjamin
London. H. G. Bohn. 1854. 15 p., 30 leaves of plates.

A series of ornamental timber gables, from existing examples in England and France, of the sixteenth century
Pugin, Augustus ; Ferrey, Benjamin ; Willson, Edward James
London. A. Pugin. 1831.

A series of overtures
Auber, D. F. E ; Lott, Edwin M
London. Ashdown. 19?.

A series of papers embodying original research with regard to the morphological, biological, and serological characters of certain pathogenic bacteria
Wilson, William James
1910. 1 v.

A series of papers on Shakespeare and the theatre: together with papers on Edward Alleyn and early records illustrating the personal life of Shakespeare
London. Pub. for the Shakespeare Association by H. Milford, Oxford University Press. 1927. 2 p. l., 239 p.

A series of papers on Shakespeare and the theatre, together with papers on Edward Alleyn and early records illustrating the personal lifeof Shakespeare
London. Oxford University Press for the Shakespeare Association. 1927.

A series of papers on the Sabbath
MacAfee, Daniel ; Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock
Belfast. Printed at the Bannerof Ulster Office. 1855. 31p.

A Series of papers on world food issues
Drosdoff, Matthew
Ithaca, N.Y. Center for the Analysis of World Food Issues, Program in International Agriculture, Cornell University. 1979. ca. 150 p.

A series of parallel finite element methods on the DAP
Lai, C. H ; Liddell, H. M
London. Queen Mary College,Department of Computer Science and Statistics. 1987. 20, [8]p.

A series of particular and ufeful observations, made with great diligence and care, upon that admirable structure, the Cathedral-Church of Salisbury: calculated for the ufe and amufement of gentlemen
Price, Francis
Andover. Salisbury & Stonehenge Edition Facsimiles. 1997. 78p.

A series of particular and useful observations: made with great diligence and care upon that admirable structure, the Cathedral-Church of Salisbury : calculated for the use and amusement of gentlemen, and other curious persons, as well as for the assistance of such artists as may be employed in buildings of the like kind : by which they will be enabled to form a right judgment upon this, or any ancient structure, either in the Gothick or other stiles of building
Price, Francis
London. Printed by C. and J. Ackers, sold by R. Baldwin. 1753. (12), v, 78 p.

A series of pastoral letters: as helps to those who fear the Lord, and that think upon His name, : on the leading doctrines of the Gospel and ordinances of the church of the living God
Wyard, George ; Briscoe, Joseph
London. Printed by J. Briscoe, Banner Street, St. Luke, and sold by Houlston and Wright, Paternoster Row, and at the chapel, as above. May be had by order of any bookseller. 1859. [3],iv,[1],6-156p.

A series of picturesque views of nobleman's & gentleman's seats: with historical & descriptive accounts of each subject
Havell, Robert ; Havell, Robert
London. R. Havell. 1823. (42) p., 20 plates.

A series of picturesque views of seats of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain: with descriptive and historicalletter press
Morris, F. O
Leeds. D. Banks. [18-].

A series of picturesque views of seats of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland: With descriptive and historical letterpress
Morris, F. O
Leeds. Banks. (s.d.). 6 vols.

A series of picturesque views of the river Thames
Havell, William ; Havell, Robert
(Guildford. Traylen. 1978). (12) l.

A series of pituitary pictures
Frazier, Charles H
S.l. s.n. 1929. 25p.

A series of plans intended to represent every possible arrangement of single-fronted residences with quantities for estimating their approximate cost
Raggett, John James
London. Waterlow. 1895.

A series of plans intended to represent every possible arrangement of single-fronted residences, with quantities for estimating their approximate cost: intended for the purpose of submitting to clients as a preliminary before preparing the contract drawings
Raggett, John James
Birmingham. J.J. Raggett. [ca.1900].

A series of plates engraved after the paintings and sculptures of the most eminent masters of the early Florentine school: intended to illustrate the history of the Restoration of the arts of design in Italy
Ottley, William Young ; Flaxman, John
London. The Editor. 1826.

A series of plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the mind : each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a comedy
Baillie, Joanna
London. Cadell & Davies. 1802. 410 p.

A series of plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the mind : each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a comedy
Baillie, Joanna
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1806-1812. 3 v.

A series of plays, 1798
Baillie, Joanna
Oxford. Woodstock Books. 1990. 411p.

A series of plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the mind: each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a comedy
Baillie, Joanna
London. printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, in the Strand. 1802. xi, 478p.

A series of plays in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the mind
Baillie, Joanna
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme. 1806.

A series of plays in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the Mind, each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a comedy
Baillie, Joanna
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1800-1812. 3v.

A series of poems, containing the plaints, consolations, and delights of Achmed Ardebeili: a Persian exile with historical and explanatory
Fox, Charles
London. Printed by Bulgin and Rosser. 1797. 276p.

A series of popular chymical essays: containing a variety of instances of the application of chymistry to the arts and manufactures; to the explanation of natural ph©Œnomena, and to other useful purposes
Skrimshire, F ; White, John
London. Printed by the Philanthropic Society, St. George's Fields; and sold by John White, Horace's Head, Fleet-Street. 1802. 2 v.

A series of popular essays: illustrative of principlesessentially connected with the improvement of the understanding, the imagination, and the heart
Hamilton, Elizabeth
Edinburgh. Manners and Miller. 1813. 2 v.

A series of postcards illustrating the history of the printed English Bible from 1525 to 1611
London. British Museum. [19--]. 12 cards.

[A series of postcards showing the various departments of the Press]
[Oxford]. [1926].

A series of precedents and proceedings in criminal causes extending from the year 1475to 1640: extracted from act-books of ecclesiastical courts in the diosese of London, illustrative of the discipline of the Church of England
Hale, William Hale
Edinburgh (Lothian). Bratton. (1973). (13), lxiii, 280 p.

A series of precedents and proceedings in criminal causes extending from the year 1475to 1640: extracted from act-books of ecclesiastical courts in the diosese of London, illustrative of the discipline of the Church of England
Hale, William Hale
London. Francis & John Rivington. 1847. lxiii, 280 p.

A series of prints designed to illustrate the ancient history
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Baldwin, Cradoch, and Joy. 1821.

A series of prints designed to illustrate the Roman history
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1821.

A series of prints of ancient history: designed as ornaments for those apartments in which children receive the first rudiments of their education
Trimmer, Sarah
London. John Marshall. [1788].

A series of prints of English history: designed as ornaments for those apartments in which children receive the first rudiments of their education
Trimmer, Sarah Kirby
London. printed and sold by John Marshall. [1792].

A series of prints of Roman history: designed as ornaments for those apartments in which children receive the first rudiments of their education
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Printed and sold by John Marshall and Co. no.17, Queen-Street, Cheapside: and no.4 Aldermary Church-Yard, in Bow-Lane. [1790?]. 64 leaves of plates.

A series of prints of scripture history: designed as ornaments for those apartments in whichchildren receive the first rudiments of their education
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Printed by John Marshall. [ca. 1786].

A series of prints taken from the New Testament: designed as ornaments for those apartments in which children receive the first rudiments of their education
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Printed by John Marshall. [ca.1790].

A series of prints taken from the Old Testament: designed to illustrate Mrs. Trimmer's scripture lessons from that portion of the holy scriptures
Trimmer, Sarah
London. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1821.

A series of prize essays on practical brewing, &c: reprinted from Holmes' brewing trade gazette
Leeds. Joseph Holmes. [19--]. 140p., 1-46.

A series of progressive lessons intended to elucidate the art of painting in water colours: with introductory illustrations on perspective and drawing with pencil
Cox, David
London. Ackermann and Co. 1845.

A series of proof portraits and embellishments: to illustrate the best English novelists, poets and essayists
Cooke, Charles
London. printed by W. Lewis. (c1802). 3 v.

A series of questions: comprising the history of Jesus Christ, intended for the use of young persons, as a guide to the critical study of the Four gospels, on the plan of a harmony : with an introduction
Field, William
Warwick. Printed for the author by H. Sharpe. [1846?]. xxix, 240p.

A series of Ramayana paintings of the popular Moghal school
[Bombay]. [1959].

A series of remarks upon a sermon preached at St. Phillip's Church, in Birmingham, on Sunday, Jan. 3, 1790, entitled The test laws defended, by George Croft: prefaced by animadversions on his preface containing remarks on Dr. Price's revolution sermon, and other publications
Hobson, John ; Croft, George ; Price, Richard
Birmingham. Printed by J. Thompson. [1790].

(A series of reprints on the early explorers of North America)
Ottawa. (1972?). 1 v.

A series of sacred songs: duetts and trios
Moore, Thomas ; Stevenson, John Andrew
London. published by J. Power. [between 1816-1824?]. 2 vol.

A series of sacred songs: Duetts and trios
Stevenson, John Andrew ; Moore, Thomas
London. J. Power. (1816). 77 p.

A series of sacred songs, duetts and trios
Moore, Thomas ; Stevenson, John Andrew
Dublin. published by W. Power. [between 1816-1824?]. 1 vocal score ([4],77p.).

A series of sacred songs, duetts and trios
Moore, Thomas ; Stevenson, John Andrew
London. J. Power. (1816-1824). 2 v. (178 p.).

A series of select airs, with appropriate words, symphonies and accompaniments
Wade, Joseph Augustine
Dublin. Power. (1818). (vii), 47 p.

A series of sermons on the Christian faith and character
Sumner, John Bird
London. J. Hatchard. 1829. xxiii,429p.

A series of sermons on the epistle and the gospel for each Sunday in the year and on some of the chief festivals
Williams, Isaac
London. Rivingtons. 1853-1855. 2 v.

A series of seventy original illustrations to Captain Sir R.F. Burton's Arabian nights: and a portrait of Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton
Letchford, Albert
London. H.S.Nichols Ltd. 1897. xv,bill.

A series of shock slogans and mindless token tantrums
London (P.O. Box 279, London N22). Exitstencil. (c1982). 127p.

A series of sixteen etchings of scenes on the Thames and other subjects
Whistler, James McNeill
London. Ellis and Green. [s.d.]. 1 boxfile.

[A series of sketches from nature: Plant form]
Hulme, F. Edward
[s.l. s.n.]. 1867.

A series of sketches from nature of plant form
Hulme, F. Edward
London. Day and Son. 1868. 52p., 100 leaves of plates.

A series of sketches of the existing localities alluded to in the Waverley novels
Skene, James ; Scott, Walter
Edinburgh. Cadell. 1829.

A series of sketches to illustrate Nicholas Nickleby: complete in thirty-two plates
Onwhyn, T
London . Newman & Co. [18--]. 32 leaves of plates.

A series of subjects from the works of the late R.P. Bonington
Harding, James Duffield
London . J. Carpenter. (1829-30). 21 plates.

A series of tables and diagrams illustrating economy in cutting: being economical methods for cutting out garments
Falconer, John ; Willaimson, John
London. John Willaimson. [n.d.]. 9p., [32 leaves of plates], [14].

A series of tables; assimilating the old Irish currency and measures, with the new or Imperial currency and measures,in any quantity. From 1/4d to ℗Đ30,000; from 1/2 Guinea to 200 Guineas; from 1 Perch to 1000 Acres, Irish Plantation, Cunningham, and English Statute. From 1 Liquid Naggin to 1000 Gallons; and from 1 Dry Gallon to 36 Bushels. And in any price from 1s per Acre, to ℗Đ5; from 1d per Gallon to 36s; and from 6d per bushel, to 10s. Also, the Value of Bankers' Notes, in each currency; and shewing the dimensions of land necessary to make 1 Acre, 3 Roods, 2 Roods, 1 Rood, and 1/2 Rood,respectively, English Statute measure. With the present worth of annuities from one to one hundred years, for a single life, for joint lives, survivorship, and in perpetuity; the comparative value of the Public Funds and an abstract of thenew system of licenses. The whole interspersed with explanations, and adapted to general practice
McConnell, P ; McKinney, William Fee
Belfast (34, High Street). Printed by Joseph Smyth. 1826. ii,46p.

A series of tables invented and arranged for the use of the practical printer: to which is appended the scale of prices for compositors' work
Day, W. J
London. 1841.

A series of the ancient painted glass of Winchester Cathedral
Carter, Owen Browne
London. John Weale. 1845.

A series of twelve articles introductory to the study of the Baha'i teachings: treating briefly of the revelation of Baha'u'llah, history, organization, religious and secular doctrines and institutions
Remey, Charles Mason
(New York City. The Baha'i Publishing Committee. 1925). 4 p. l., (11)-184 p.

A series of twelve Delft plates illustrating the tobacco industry
Fitzhenry, J. H
London. Printed for H. M. Stationery Off., by Wyman. 1907. (28) p.

A series of twenty figures illustrative of the principal charactars [sic] delineated in Sir Walter Scott's romance of 'Ivanhoe'
Donaldson, J. W ; Scott, Walter
1822. 20 art original.

A series of twenty-four views illustrative of the Holy Scriptures: selected from Sir Robert Ainslie's celebrated collection of drawings in Palestine,Egypt, Syria, Corinth, Ephesus ... : with a geographical and historical accountof each view
Ainslie, Robert
London. R. Bowyer. [1833].

A series of twenty plates: illustrating the causes of displacement in the various fracturesof the bones of the extremities
Hind, George William
London. Taylor and Walton. 1836. 52p.

A series of unfortunate events
Snicket, Lemony
Activision. 2004. 1 CD-ROM.

A series of views, illustrative of Pugin's Examples of Gothic architecture: sketched from nature, and drawn on stone
Nash, Joseph ; Pugin, Augustus ; Leeds, W. H
London. A. Pugin. 1830. iv, 20 p.

A series of views illustrative of the Boscobel tracts, published 1660, shewing the present state of the places visited by King Charles II in his miraculous escape from England to France after the battle of Worcester, 3rd September, 1651, being forty-one days of extreme peril
Manning, Frederick
London. Truscott. 1861.

A series of views illustratuve of Pugin's examples of Gothic architecture
Pugin, Augustus ; Nash, Joseph
London. A. Pugin. 1830.

A series of views in Islington and Pentonville, fromoriginal drawings, made in the year 1818
Brayley, Edward Wedlake ; Pugin, Augustus Charles
London. R. Ackermann. 1819. 21 p.

(A series of views of the college)
Launceston. Hayman. (c1910). 6 l.

A series of views of the collieries in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham
Hair, Thomas H ; Ross, M
Newcastle upon Tyne. Davis Books. 1987. iv,52p.,34p. of plates.

A series of watercolour designs by William Blake to illustrate Young's Night thoughts
Blake, William
[London]. [British Museum]. 19--. microfilm reel (f1).

A Series of wood engravings from the frescoes of Giotto
Giotto ; Ruskin, John
Arundel Society. 1860.

A series of words
Ward, Peter K
Ilfracombe. Stockwell. 1991. 16 p.

A series-parallel load-resonant converter for a controlled-current arc-welding power supply
Pollock, Helen
[s.l.]. typescript. 1996. xviii,208p.

A serio-comic and admonitory epistle, addressed to a certain priest: with a grave, solemn, and sublime epistle, addressed to certain, and Sublimepistle, addressed to certain critics. With an amatory ode to Eliza. To which is prefixed, An address to the reader, respecting some late conduct of the Rev. C- B-, Curate of W-
Pasquin, Anthony
London. printed, and sold by all thebooksellers. [1793].

A serio-comic ... book, to M-MB-RS of P-RL-M-T, and others: to be read, previously to the ... meeting, by ... proprietors of the London and Greenwich railway unprivileged shares
Justus
(London. 1842). 68 p.

A serio comic extravaganza lately performed at a great house entitled conglomoration
King, E
London. E. King. 1820 December 16. 1 art original.

A serious address on the dangerous consequences of neglecting common coughs and colds, with successful directions how to prevent and cure consumptions: to which are now added observations on the hooping cough and asthma
Hayes, Thomas
London. for J. Murray and Messrs. Shepperson and Reynolds. 1786.

A serious address to Christians on the scripture doctrine of future punishments
Whitaker, Edward William
London. Rivington. 1791. 21 p.

A serious address to heads of families: on the subject of family religion
Newcastle. J. Marshall, printer. [18--?]. 12p.

A serious address to masters of families, with forms of family-prayer
Priestley, Joseph
London. Johnson. (1770?). viii, 66 p.

A serious address to men in business: concerning the right ordering their affairs : with advice in the case of those who have unhappily mismanaged : in two discourses on Prov. xxvii. 23
Ford, John
London. printed for R. Ford; R. Hett; and J. Oswald. 1733. 44 p.

A serious address to parents: being a sequel to a letter to children and young persons
Townsend, Josiah ; Townsend, Josiah
Mansfield. Printed for the author by G. Langley. 1819. 29p.

A serious address to the commoners of England, concerning the approaching elections of Parliament
London. [s.n.]. 1705.

A serious address to the electors of Great Britain: In which the conduct ... both of the Court and Country parties are ... represented
London. Printed and sold by Mrs. Nutt. (1738?). 62 p.

A serious address to the leaders, stewards, and members, of the Wesleyan Societies, on the divine appointement of the Christian ministry: the necessity and importance of contributing to its support, and the sin and danger of neglecting that duty
Martin, Robert
Plymouth. John Williams. 1828. 24p.

A serious address to the members of the Anti-Slavery Society on its present position and prospects
Howitt, William
London. William HenryCox. 1843.

A serious address to the members of the Church of England
Seyer, Samuel
Bristol. Printed by Thomas Cocking. 1772. 61p.

A serious address to the people of Great Britain, in which the certain consequences of the present rebellion, are fully demonstrated
Fielding, Henry
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1745. 51,[1]p.

A serious address to the public concerning the tax on receipts, with a few observations on the present critical and very alarming situation of this country, with regard to trade, revenues, national debt, and principles of government
London. Stockdale. 1884.

A serious address to the Queen, Prince of Wales, and the public at large: relative to His Majesty's unhappy situation
Jackson, Theodore
London. printed for G. Rielau [and booksellers in London], and C. Knight, at Windsor. 1788.

A serious address to the Rev. Mr. Madan, containing some observations on his sermon, preached at St. Philip's Church, Birmingham, onSunday, February 14, 1790, entitled 'The principal claims of the dissenters considered'
Layman ; Madan, Spencer
Birmingham. Printed by J. Thompson. [1790].

A serious address to the thinking part of the inhabitants of ... Westminster: being a modest attempt towards a true and impartial state of the case between them and their worthy candidates
London. Corbett. 1750. 28 p.

A serious address to those that profane the Lord's-Day
London. printed for Thomas Parkhurst. 1705. [2], 45,[1] p.

A serious address to unlearned Christians of Trinitarian and Calvinistic sentiments
Unitarian Christian
London. Printed by Richard Taylor, sold by Rowland Hunter. 1827. 24p.

A serious address to unlearned Christians of Trinitarian and Calvinistic sentinents
Unitarian Christian
Dublin. Temple. 1823. 12 p.

a serious admonition to all delpifers of the clergy in a serman preached before the right reverend father in god william bishop of chester at his triennial visitation held at manchester in the county-palatine of lancafter july 19 1712
newcombe, henry
london. clayton. 1712.

A serious and affectionate address to sinners
Field, Thomas
London. Printed for T. Field, at the Wheat-Sheaf, at the corner of Pater-noster-Row. 1755. [3],4-8p.

A serious and affectionate address to the people called Quakers
Fry, John
London. printed ... by Luke Hinde. 1758.

A serious and earnest call to humiliation and repentance, from the consideration of the great dangers, which threaten both this Church and nation from the United Force of our powerful enemies; but more especially from our crying sins both personal and national
London. Printed for E. Littleton. 1740.

A serious and faithfull representation of the judgements of ministers of the Gospell within the province of London: contained in a letter from them to the Generall and his Councell of Warre : delivered to his Excellency by some of the subscribers, Jan. 18.1648
Gataker, Thomas
Imprinted at London. by M[oses]. B[ell]. for Samuel Gellibrand, and Ralph Smith. 1649. [2], 14p.

A Serious and faithfull representation of the judgements of ministers of the Gospell within the province of London: contained in aletter from them to the general and his councell of warre
London. Imprinted by M. B. for S. Gellibrand and R. Smith. 1649. 20 p.

A serious and faithfull Representation of the Judgements of Ministers of the Gospell within the Province of London: Contained in a Letter from them to the Generall and his Councell of Warre : Delivered to his Excellency by some of the Subscribers, Jan. 18. 1648
London. Imprinted ... by M. B. for Samuel Gellibrand, and Ralph Smith. 1649. [i], 14 p.

A serious and faithful representation of ... ministers of the Gospel within the province of London contained in a letter from them to the General and his Council of War ... 18 Jan. 1648/9
Hinton, Raymond William King
Reading. School of Art of the University of Reading. 1949. x, 23 p.

A serious and friendly address to the Non-Conformists, beginning with the Anabaptists: or, an addition to the perswasive to peace and unity
Allen, William ; J. M ; Kettilby, Walter
London. Printed by J.M. for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops Head in St. Pauls Church-Yard. 1676. [14],207,[1] p.

A serious and humble address to the Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland: wherein the causes ofthat contempt and scorn the clergy and religion groan under, are enquired into, and an effectual way is proposed for the preventing it for the future, and with some allowances may serve for the meridian of England
(Lambert, Ralph,)
London. (s.n.). 1705. (4), 24 p.

A serious and pathetical description of heaven and hell: being five chapters taken out of a book entitled,The whole duty of a Christian
Younge, Richard
London. Printed at the charge of Christ's-Hospital, according to the will of the donor. 1776. 32 p.

A serious and pathetical description of heaven and hell: being five chapters taken out of a book entituled,The whole duty of a Christian
Younge, Richard
(London. printed by A.M. and sold at Henry Cripps shop. 1658). 48 p.

A serious call in Christian love to all people: to turn to the Spirit of Christ in themselves;bthat they may come to have a right understanding of the things of God and be enabled thereby to serve Him acceptably : with some observations on the following heads; 1. The universality of God's love in sending his Son to die for all men. 2. The Holy Scriptures. 2. Worship. 4. Baptism. 5. The Supper. 6. Perfection. 7. The Resurrection
Holme, Benjamin ; Lister, James
Leeds. Printed and sold by James Lister. 1737. [2],iii-iv,5-72p.

A serious call, in tender compassion to the sinners in Sion, of what rank or degree soever
Dodshon, Frances Henshaw Paxton
Macclesfield. printed by Edward Bayley. [1744].