A second essay on hydrocephalus acutus, or dropsy in the brain
Dublin. Gilbert & Hodges. 1815. 74 p.
A second exhibition of drawings by British book illustrators, 1875-1925
London. Hartnoll & Eyre. .  p.,  p. of plates.
A second exposure of the Hindu religion: in reply to Narayana Rao of Satar : including strictures on the Vedanta
Bombay. printed by J.Hutchinson; sold by W.Chapman. 1834. 179p.
A second face
Decca. 1 disc.
A second fall of cursed man: the bold metaphor in 'Richard II'
Maveety, Stanley R
A Second feast of easy carols
London. Chester. 1994. 1 score.
A second fiery flying roule, to all the inhabitants of the earth, specially to the rich ones
Exeter. The Rota. 1973. 1 v.
A second fifty songs of praise
London. Oxford University Press. 1963.
A second flowering: works and days of the lost generation
A second French book
Whitmarsh, W. F. H
Longmans, Green. 1948.
A second French fun book
London. Longman. c1975.
A second furlong: eight years
London. Matt's Gallery. 1984.
A second Furness sketchbook
Kendal. Westmorland Gazette. 1978.
A second generation of multivariate analysis
New York. Praeger. 1982.
A second German reader
Nicholson, James Alexander
Harrap. 1965. 79p.,ill.,19cm.
A Second golden treasury of animal verse
Macmillan Children's Books. 1991. 80p.
A second grand selection of sacred music (as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-garden)
Handel, George Frideric
London. Macleish. 1799. 14 p.
A second handbook of Anglo-Saxon food and drink: production and distribution
Anglo-Saxon Books. 1995. 409p.
A second-hand life
W.H.Allen. 1967. 320p.,23cm.
A second-hand tomb
White, R. J
London. Macmillan. 1971. 221p.
A second harmony book
London. Herbert Jenkins. 1965. 270p.,ill.,23cm.
A second helping: or, more dishes for English homes
Boulestin, X. Marcel
London. Heinemann. 1925. viii, 156 p.
A second helping of the popular Highland food festival: Inverness Loch Ness and Nairn : Menu of events
Inverness. Inverness and Nairn Tourism Action Group. 1999. 1 booklet.
A second helping, or, More dishes for English homes
London. Heinemann. 1925.
A second heroic epistle to Joseph Priestley, LL.D F.R.S
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1791.
A second Highland chapbook
Stirling. E.MacKay. 1948. viii,112 p.
A second historical letter to Sir J.C. Hippisley, ... upon his public conduct in the Catholic cause
Plowden, Francis ; Plowden, Francis
Paris. Printed at the English Press by M. Nouzou, 9, Clery-street, and sold at Galignani's French and English Library, 18, Vivienne-street. 1815. 2-106, ij-xxxp.
A second history of the Worshipful Company of Cooks, London
Phillips, Frank Taverner
London. Printed forthe Worshipful Company of Cooks. 1966. iii-xv, 159 p.
A Second Home
London. Secker and Warburg. 1965.
A second humble address from the poor weavers and manufacturers to the ladies
(London?. 1720?). 1 sheet.
A second identity: essays on France and French history
London. Oxford University Press. 1969. xii, 316p.,  leaves of plates.
A second introduction to analytic geometry
San Francisco . Holden-Day. 1968.
A second Jacobean journal: being a record of those things most talked of during the years 1607 to 1610
HARRISON, George Bagshawe
London. Routledge and Kegan Paul. 1958. x, 278p.
A second journey in Spain, in ... 1809
London. Baldwin. 1812. 304 p.
A second journey round the library of a bibliomaniac: or, Cento of notes and reminiscences concerning rare, curious, and valuable books
London. Printed for W. Davis. 1825.
A second journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia Minor, to Constantinople, between the years 1810 and 1816: With a journal of the voyage by the Brazils and Bombay to the Persian gulf. Together with an account of the proceedings of His Majesty's embassy under His Excellency Sir Gore Ouseley
Morier, James Justinian
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1818. xix, 435 p., 19 plates.
A second judgement of Babylon the great: or more men and things in the British capital
London. Henry Colburn. 1829. 312p.
A second Kentish patchwork
Goodsall, Robert H
Harrietsham. Stedehill Publications. 1968. 152p.,47 plates.,ill.,23cm.
A second Ladybird Key words picture dictionary and spelling book
Loughborough. Ladybird Books. 1980.
A second Lakeland sketchbook
Kendal. Westmorland Gazette. (1970). (169)p.(of illus, map.s).
A second Latin-American flute album: for flute and piano
London. Novello. 1987.
A second legacy
London. Corgi. 1993. 509p.
A Second Letter addressed to the Catholic Clergy of England on the Appointment of Bishops: In which the Objections to the First Letter are answered
London. Printed by J.P. Coghlan, No. 37, Duke-Street, Grosvenor-Square; and sold by Messrs. Booker, Bond-Street, Keaing, Warwick-Street, Lewis, Russel-Street, and Robinsons, Pater-Noster-Row. 1791. viii, 113, i-cxi p.
A second letter addressed to the inhabitants of Warwick, in reply to the remarks upon the first letter
Birmingham. printed by J. Thompson; and sold by J. Johnson, London. 1791. 7,,52p.
A second letter addressed to the Right Hon. Viscount Palmerston, on his policy respecting Portugal and the injustice & danger of its continuance
Walton, William ; Palmerston, Henry John Temple
London. Published by J. Hatchard and Son; J. Richardson; and Booth. 1833. 170p.
A second letter concerning the Holy Trinity: Pursuant to the former from the same hand; occasioned by a letter (there inserted) from one unknown
Wallis, John ; Parkhurst, Thomas ; W. J
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside near Mercers-Chapel. 1691. ,10p.
A Second Letter concerning the Holy Trinity. Pursuant to the former from the same Hand: Occasioned by a Letter (There inserted) from one unknown
Wallis, John ; W.J
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside near Mercers-Chapel. 1691. [i], 10 p.
A second letter from a free-citizen of Dublin, to a free-holder of the county of Armagh
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 8p.
A Second Letter from a Gentleman in the Country, to his Friends in London: Upon the Subject of the Penal Laws and Tests
London. Printed, [by Andrew Sowle] for J. H. and T. S. and to be had of most Booksellers in London and Westminster. 1687. 18 p.
A second letter from an absent pastor to the children of his Sunday school
Breay, John George
London. James Nisbet & Co. [ca 1830].
A second letter from Lord Denman to Lord Brougham on the final extinction of the slave trade: with remarks on a late narrative of the Niger expedition in 1841
Denman, Thomas ; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brough
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1849.
A second letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of ... Finsbury
London. Roake. 1834. 16 p.
A second letter from N--- N---, a creditor of Burton's bank, to A-- C--, esq
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1751. 8p.
A second letter from R- R-s, Esq; to the creditors of Burton's bank
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1752. 15p.
A second letter from the farmer, to the free and independent citizens of Dublin
Dublin. Printed by George Faulkner. 1749. 15p.
A second letter on the corn laws: to the Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Whitmore, W. W
London. James Ridgway. 1839. 36p.
A second letter on the subject of the duties on coffee
Liverpool. printed by J. Lang. 1808. 26p.
A second letter to a British Member of Parliament: relative to the oppressions and cruelties of Irish revenue officers, wherein the observations on a former letter are considered and refuted
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. 1818. 71 p.
A second letter to a friend concerning naturalizations: To which are added, the opinions of the most eminent lawyers
London. printed for Thomas Trye. 1753. 44p.
A second letter to a friend concerning the French invasion, in which the declaration lately dispersed under the title of His majesty's most gracious declaration, etc. [April 20, 1692] is published, with some observations
A second letter to a friend, concerning the French invasion. In which the declaration lately dispersed under the title of 'His Majesty's most gracious declaration, to all his loving subjects, commanding their assistance against the P. of Orange and his adherents', is entirely and exactly published, according to the dispersed copies; with some short observations upon it
London. Printed, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor. 1692.
A second letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England: wherein the great and popular pleas of dissenters against communion with the Church are refuted
London. printed for C. Davis; W. Craighton at Ipswich; and M. Cooper. 1746. viii, 75,  p.
A second letter to Ambrose Lisle Phillipps, Esq
Shrewsbury, John Talbot
London. C. Doleman. 1841. 58 p.
A second letter to a member of Parliament
(London?. 1720?). 2 p.
A second letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland: containing a scheme for regulatingthe corporation of the city of Dublin
Dublin. printed for Peter Wilson. 1760. 40p.
A second letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland. Containing a scheme for regulating the corporation of the city of Dublin
Grattan, James ; Wilson, Peter
Dublin. Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street. M.DCC.LX. . 40 p.
A Second letter to a person of distinction in town, from a gentleman in the country. Containing, among other things, some remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, Political pastime, or, Faction display'd
Dublin. Printed in the year M DCC LIII. . 53,p.
A second letter to Canon Stowell, M.A., in reply to one addressed by him to J.H. Budgett, Esqr., entitled, Is Socinianism Christianity?
Gaskell, William ; Stowell, Hugh
Manchester. Johnson and Rawson. 1853. 22p.
A second letter to Dr. Joseph Priestley, occasioned by Mr. Courtenay's philosophical reflections on the revolution in France, &c
Horne, George ; Horne, George ; Priestley, Joseph ; Courtenay, John
Oxford. for J. Fletcher. 1790. 60 p.
A second letter to G--- W--- Esq: concerning the present condition of the College of Dublin, and the late disturbances that have been therein
(Dublin). 1734. 38 p.
A second letter to Mr. Attenburrow
[Derby. Wilkins. 1806]. 36 p.
A second letter to Mr. G. [i.e. T. Godden] in answer to two letters lately published concerning the conference at the D. of P. [i.e. the Deanery of St. Paul's]
G ; Stillingfleet, Edward
London. 1687. p.p. 44 : 4to.
A second letter to N. Wiseman, D.D. on the foundation of the Romish doctrines of satisfactions, indulgences, purgatory, and suffrages for the dead
Palmer, William ; Wiseman, N
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1841.
A second letter to Parson Sibson: on the foundation of his church, his ignorance on Holy Ordersand the shameful Bible corruption of Protestants
Andrews, William Eusebius ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Sibson, Edmond
London. Printed by the author. . 24p.
A second letter to Parson Sibson's flock: wherein is discussed and proved to be false several statements made by him on the Reformation
Andrews, William Eusebius ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Sibson, Edmond
London. Printed by the author. . 24p.
A second letter to Professor Goldwin Smith: with an appendix containing an examinationof some passages in his work on rational religion
Mansel, Henry Longueville ; Smith, Goldwin
Oxford. Hammans. 1862. 80 p.
A second letter to the author of the North Briton in which the wicked and opprobrious invectives contained in that production, are confuted; and the gross misrepresentations of facts and characters shewn: with an account of the right honourable Lord President of the Court of Session and of the Hon. Alexander Hume Campbell, esq
London. Printed for the author and sold by A. Henderson in Westminster Hall. 1763. 22p.
A second letter to the Bishop of Bangor: wherein his Lordship's notions of benediction, alsolution, and church-communion are prov'd to be destructive of every institution of the Christian religion. To which is added, a postscript, in answer to the objections that have been made against his former letter
London. printed for W. Innys. 1717.
A second letter to the citizens of Dublin: To which is prefixed; A letter to a member of Parliament : Written in the year 1-4-
Dublin. printed and sold by William Johnston. 1749. 25p.
A second letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the Bank Report: as occasioning the national dangers and distresses : by Thomas Attwood
Attwood, Thomas ; Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson
Birmingham. printed and published by R. Wrightson... [et al]. 1819.
A second letter to the Earl of Moira on the commercial situation of Ireland
London. printed for J. Bell. 1798. 52p.
A second letter to the editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal, from Malachi Malagrowther [i.e. Sir Walter Scott],on the proposed change of currency, and other late alterations, as they affect, or are intended to affect, the kingdom of Scotland
Edinburgh. Printed by James Ballantyne and Company for William Blackwood. 1826.
A second letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine: containing farther strictures on his "View of the causes and consequences of the war", some reflections on the subject of the present negotiation, and observations on the late voluntary loan
London. printed for T. N. Longman. 1797.
A second letter to the Lord Bishop of Worcester, relative to the primary charge delivered by the venerable Archdeacon of Worcester, in which an explicit answer is given to the question asked by the Archdeacon at page 27 of his charge
Arthur, Lucius ; Pepys, Henry
Worcester. T.M. Allgood. 1850. 4 p.
A second letter to the members of the York Whig Club: including a general view of Parliamentary reform
Nicoll, S. W
York. Printed by Hargrove, Gawthorp and Cobb. [1819?]. 24p.
A second letter to the people of England. On foreign subsidies, subsidiary armies, and their consequences to this nation
London. [s.n.]. 1756.
A second letter to the people of Ireland, on the subject of tythes: With a particular address to the dissenters : To which is added, A state of the case of the inhabitants of the province of Ulster, in relation to the demands of the clergy
Friend to the constitution
Dublin. printed by and for S. Powell. 1758. 35p.
A second letter to the people of Ireland, on the subject of tythes. With a particular address to the dissenters. To which is added, a state of the case of the inhabitants of the province of Ulster, in relation to the demands of the clergy
Friend to the constitution ; Annesley, Francis ; Powell, Samuel ; Powell, Samuel
Dublin. Printed by and for S. Powell, in Crane Lane. MDCCLVIII . 35,p.
A second letter to the publick, on the present posture of affairs
Howard, Gorges Edmond
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 31p.
[A Second Letter to the Reverend Dr. Clarke, Rector of St. James's, Westminster: Being an Answer to the Close of his Reply to Mr. Nelson together with part of two Letters from Mr. Nelson, wherein notice is taken of Dr. Clarke's most foul quotations ... : There is also added, a Postscript, wherein are laid open Dr Clarke's false reasonings concerning the Divine self-existence and supremacy
[London]. [s.n.]. . 46,  p.
A second letter to the Reverend Dr. Hawker
Helston. T.Flindell. 1799.
A second letter to the Reverend R. Polwhele, vicar of Manaccan, in Cornwall
Plymouth. P. Nettleton. .
A second letter to the Rev. Mark Cassidy, in reply to his address to the New Light congregation of Newtownards: to which is affixed, a second edition of the first letter
Belfast. Printed by Francis D. Finlay. 1828. 30p.
A second letter to the Rev. Mr. John Palmer: in defence of the doctrine of philosophical necessity
London. Printed by H. Baldwin, for J. Johnson. 1780. 52 p.
A second letter to the Rev. Thomas Turton D.D. Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, and Dean of Peterborough: containing a vindication of some passages in a former letter on the admission of dissenters to academical degrees
Thirlwall, Connop ; Turton, Thomas
Cambridge. Printed at the Pitt Press, by John Smith ... for J. & J.J. Deighton, Cambridge, and Rivingtons, London. 1834. 44p.
A second letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the subject of Unitarianism
Boston. printed by Samuel T. Armstrong. 1815. 44p.
A second letter to the right Hon[oura]ble ----
[Dublin?]. [s.n.]. [1755?]. 8p.
A second letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Esq. on the subject of the evidence referred to in the second report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed to enquire into the state of justice in the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, and Orressa
Price, Joseph ; Burke, Edmund
[London?]. Printed for the author and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1782. 55 p.
A second letter to the Right Honourable Lord _, in reply to His Lordship's remarks on the author's letter on transubstantiation
London. Sold by Dolman. 1841. 122 p.
A second letter to the Right hon. Thomas Harley ... Lord mayor of the city of London (supporting John Wilkes in the recent parliamentary election
Wilkes, John ; Harley, Thomas ; R
London. J. Lawson. 1768. 33 p.
A second letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, upon the dangerous and inflammatory tendency of his late conduct in Parliament
Bentley, Thomas Richard
London. J. Downes. 1793. 58 p.
A second letter to the tradesmen, farmers, and the rest of the good people of Ireland: Very proper to be read in all families, at this critical juncture
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 28p.
A second level of elected self-government in Slovakia: notes based on international experiences
Coulson, Andrew ; Capkova, Sona
Birmingham. University of Birmingham, Institute of Local Government Studies. 1993.
A second life
Harmondsworth. Penguin. 1995. (320)p.
A second life
London. Viking. 1994. 313p.
A second life
Liskeard. Harry Chambers/Peterloo Poets. 1982. 60p.
A second life
London. Hale. 1987. 189p.
A second 'Listener' anthology: [June 1970 to May 1972]
London. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1973,cc1972. 376p.
A second list of books and pamphlets in the library of the Mathematical Association: books and pamphlets added during 1924 and 1925
London. Bell. 1929.
A second list of researches in education and educational psychology: presented for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom and the Irish Republic in the years 1949, 1950 and 1951
Blackwell, A M
London. Newnes. 1952.
A second listof researches in education and educational pyschology: presented for higher degrees in the universities of the United Kingdom and the Irish Republic in the years 1949, 1950, and 1951 : classified according to a modification of the Dewey decimal system by A.M. Blackwell
Blackwell, Annie Margaret
London. Newnes. 1952. 127p.