A true account of that dreadful fire, which happened in the house of ... Samuel Seaton ... at the corner of White-cross-street
Seaton, Samuel
London. printed by W. Downing. 1687. 8 p.

A true account of the alienation and recovery of the estates of the Offleys of Norton, in 1754: with remarks on the version of the story, by the author of "Tremaine" and "De Vere"
Hunter, Joseph
London. William Pickering. 1841. 80p.

A true account of the behaviour and conduct of Archibold Stewart, Esq. Late Lord Proost of Edinburgh: in a letter to a friend
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1748.

A true account of the election for members of Parliament for the City and Liberties of Westminster: in a letter from an independent elector to a liveryman of the City of London
London. Printed for A. Dodd. 1741. 32p.

A true account of the foundation, state and design of the work-house for the poor of the city of London
(London. 1704?). 3 p.

A true account of the great victory obtained over the rebels in Scotland by His Majesties forces, under the command of ... the Dukeof Monmouth, the 22d ... June, 1679: in a letter to a person of quality
Monmouth, James Scott
(London. 1679). 4 p.

A true account of the Gunpowder Plot: extracted from Dr. Lingard's History of England and Dodd's Church history : including the notes and documents appended to the latter
Lingard, John ; Lingard, John ; Dodd, Charles ; Tierney, Mark Aloysius
London. C. Dolman. 1851. xiv, 127 p.

A true account of the horrid murther of His Grace the Lord Archibishop of St Andrews, 1649(sic)
West Linton (Peebleshire). Castlelaw Press. 1969. (1),8p.

A true account of the irregular proceedings at Guild-Hall: in relation both to the election and swearing Dudley North and Peter Rich ... sheriffs of London and Middlesex, in the year 1682
North, Dudley ; Rich, Peter
(London. 1689). 4 p.

A true account of the irregular proceedings at Guild-Hall, about the swearing the two pretended sheriffs Mr. North and Mr. Rich. September 28. 1682
Papillon, Thomas ; Dubois, John
(London). J. Johnson. (1682). 4 p.

A true account of the late most doleful, and lamentable tragedy of old Maddam Gwinn, mother to Maddam Elenor Gwinn: who was unfortunately drowned, in a fish-pond, at her own Mansion-House, near the neat-houses
[London. [s.n.]. 1679. [4]p.

A true account of the life and writings of Thomas Burnett
Burnet, Thomas
London. printed for A. Dodd. 1715.

A true ... account of the ... monolith known as Cleopatra's needle, now safely landed on British soil
London. Bursill. (1878?). 8 p.

A true account of the nature, end and efficacy of the sacrament of the Lord's-supper: in which is contained, an answer to a book, entitled, A plain account of this sacrament
Bowyer, Thomas
London. printed for C. Rivington; and J. Leake, Bath. 1736. [4],xx,210,[8]p.

A true account of the present state of Ireland: giving a full relation of the new establishmentmade by the late King James, as it was presented to ... the Earl of Shrewsbury ... and others of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council
Walker, George
London. Printed byEdw. Jones, for Robert Clavel. 1689. 36 p.

A true account of the present state of Ireland ... by a person that with great difficulty left Dublin, June the 8th 1689: (and a letter from Colonel Walker giving a full account of the treachery of the late governour of Londonderry)
Walker, George
(London). Glavel. 1689. 36 p.

A true account of the present state of Ireland, giving ... the new establishment made by the late King James: With an account of what sums of money, arms and number of officers arrived there from France: together with the state of Derry and Enniskilling, and ... the proceedings of their Parliament there
Walker, George
[London]. printed by Edw. Jones, for Robert Clavel. 1689. [4],1[i.e. 5]-36p.

A true account of the present state of Trinity College in Cambridge: under the oppressive government of their master Richard Bentley
Middleton, Conyers ; Bickerton, T
London. printed for T. Bickerton at the Crown in Paster-Noster-Row. 1720. 43p.

A true account of the proceedings at the Sessions for London and Middlesex, begun in the Old-Bailey on ... the twenty-sixth of May,1680
(London. 1680). 4 p.

A true account of the proceedings relating to the late election of sheriffs for the city of London and ... Middlesex
London. printed by Roberts. 1723. 12 p.

A True account of the royal bagnio: with a discourse of its vertues
London. Joseph Hindmarsh. 1680. 8 p.

A true account of the sentence and judgment against William Fuller, for being a cheat and impostor
London. 1702. 1 sheet.

A true account of the siege of London-Derry
Walker, George ; Clavell, Robert ; Simpson, Ralph
London. printed for Robert Clavel, and Ralph Simpson, in St. Paul's Church-yard. MDCLXXXIX. [1689]. 48, 41-59, [1]p.

A true account of the siege of London-Derry
Walker, George
Londonderry. James Hempton. 1937. 91 p.

A true account of the siege of London-derry
Walker, George
L:derry. printedby G. Douglas. 1786. 76 p.

A true account of the total of the poll for Common-council-men, for the ward of Colemanstreet ... December 21. 1721
(London?. 1722?). 6 p.

A true account of the tragic history of St. George and the dragon
Mee, Walter ; Stafford-Baker, Jacqui
Richmond. Keepsake Press. 1983. 10p.

A true account of the trial and sufferings of Lodowick Muggleton: one of the two last prophets and witnesses of the Spirit
Powell, Nathaniel
Southwark. Printed for T. Fever by Morris and Reeves. 1808. 24 p.

A true account of the trial and sufferings of Lodowick Muggleton, one of the two last prophetsand witnesses of the Spirit
Powell, Nathaniel
York. Michael Cole. 1983.

A true account of the whole proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland, beginning March 25, 1689, and ending the 29th of June following: with the establishment of their forces there
London. Printed for Robert Clavell. 1689. 10, 3-8, 11-20 p.

A true account of the whole proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland, beginning March 25, 1689, and ending the 29th of June following: with the establishment of their forces there
London. printed for Robert Clavell. 1689. 1-10, 3-8p., wanting p.ages 11-20.

A true alarum to England: but more especially to the city of London; and a relation of the treacherous combination between errorists and maligrants. Also the horrid design which the army ... curringly drive on to change the government of England
London. 1647. 16 p.

A true alarvm to England, but more especially to the city of London: and a relation of the treacherous combination between errorists and malignants. Also the horrid design which the Army and their own party cunningly drive on to change the government of England and inslave the whole Kingdom, is briefly declared. A serious discourse held with the citizens of London concerning theCovenant that they have taken. Likewise seasonable advice both to the old and young men of the city
London. [s.n.]. 1647.

A true and almost incredible report of an Englishman: London, 1612
Coverte, Robert
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 68 p.

A true and authentick copy of the last will and testament of Her Grace the illustrious Sarah, late Duchess Dowager of Marlborough, with the codicil annex'd
Marlborough, Sarah Churchill
London. printed for, and sold by W. Lewis. 1745.

A true and brefe report of Mary Glover
Swan, John
London. British Library Reference Division, Reprographic Section. (1978). 1 microfilm.

A true and brief account of the proceedings between Mr. David Fitz-Gerald and William Hetherington: before His Majesty in Councel, on Friday the 11th of February 1680/1
Fitzgerald, David ; Hetherington, William
London. Printed in the year 1681. 12 p.

A true and brief relation of the bloudy battell ... betweene Duke Bernard van Wimeren ... and John de Weerdt
Bernard
London. Overton. 1638. 12 p.

A true and candid relation of the good and bad effects of Joshua Ward's pill and drop: exhibited in sixty-eight cases; quotations from the writings of learned physicians concerning arsenick
Clutton, Joseph
London. printed for the author, and sold by J. Wilford. 1736. vi,114p.

A true and exact account of Sadlers Well; or, The new mineral-waters lately found out at Islington
Guidott, Thomas
London. Malthus. 1684. 5 p.

A true and exact account of the lives of Edward Burnworth alias Frasier, William Blevitt, Thomas Berry, and Emanuel Dickenson: with a true relation of the several robberies committed by them. Together with the particular manner of their murdering Thomas Ball
Burnworth, Edward
London,m. Printed by Applebee. 1726. 40 p.

A true and exact account of the retaking a ship, called the Friend's Adventure of Topsham, from the French
Lyde, Robert
London. Baldwin. 1693. 31 p.

A true and exact catalogue of all the plays and other dramatick pieces that were ever printed in the English tongue: in alphabetical order continu'd down to April 1732
London. Printed for W. Feales. 1732.

A true and exact history of the Island of Barbados
Ligon, Richard ; Krise, Thomas W
1999.

A True and Exact List of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal: As Also of The Last House of Commons of Queen Anne, and The First House of Commons of King George, summon'd to meet at Westminster the Seventeenth of March 1714/15 : In two Columns: With a Blank Margent, to Insert the Alterations which shall happen during the several Sessions, by Death of Members, Undue Elections, Double Returns, &c
London. Printed and sold by J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1715. 30 p.

A true and exact list of those persons nominated and recommended by the House of Commons to His Majestie, as persons fit to be entrusted withthe militia of the Kingdome: wherein they desire the concurrence of the House of Peeres. Feb.12. 1641
London. printed for John Franke. 1641.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular thelands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estates whatsoever, of Mr. Ambrose Page, late one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto in his own right,and which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of, or in trust for him, or to or for his use and benefit, upon the first day of June, in the year of our Lord 1720, or at any time after (necessary wearing-apparel onlyexcepted.) : as also a true and exact account of all stock, or any of the four money subscriptions by him bought or sold... : together with the abstract of the same
Page, Ambrose ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, andWilliam Taylor. 1721. [4],52p.,[3].

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Francis Eyles, Esq; one of the late Directors of the South Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of in trust for him, or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June in the year of our Lord 1720, or at any time after... Together with the abstract of the same
Eyles, Francis
London. Printed for JacobTonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. 11 p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands,tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Richard Horsey, Esq late one of the Directors of the South Sea Company: which (to the best of his knowledge, remembrance and belief) he was seized orpossessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of, or in trust for him, or to or for his use or benefit,upon the first day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and twenty (the necessary wearing apparel of him the said Richard Horsey only excepted) : together with the abstract of the same
Horsey, Richard ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. [4],16p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Samuel Reade, Jun. Esq late one of the Directors of the South Sea Company: which (to the best of his knowledge, remembrance and belief,) he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of, or in trust for him, or to or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and twenty, (the necessary wearing apparel of him the said Samuel Reade, Jun. and his wife, only excepted.) : together with the abstract of the same
Reade, Samuel ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot,and William Taylor. 1721. [4],37p.,[2].

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Sir John Fellowes, Bart. late Sub-Governor of the South Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person orpersons was or were seized or possessed of or in trust for him, or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June in the year of our Lord 1720, or at any time after... Together with the abstract of the same
Fellowes, John
London. Printed forJacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. 28 p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Sir Robert Chaplin, Bar. late one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any otherperson or persons was or were seized or possessed of, or in trust for him, or to or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June 1720, or at any time since... Together with the abstract of the same
Chaplin, Robert
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. 16 p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of Sir William Chapman, Bar. Late one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, or which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of, in trust for him, or to or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June 1720, or at any time since...r : together with the abstract of the same
Chapman, William ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. [16],29p.,4.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of William Astell, Esq; late one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company: Which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person orpersons were seized or possessed of, in trust for him, or for his use or benefit, on the first day of June 1720... Together with the abstract of the same
Astell, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. (199) p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, which Hugh Raymond, Esq; late one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company, was seized, or possessed of: or entituled unto in his own right, and which any other person or persons was, or were seized or possessed of, or in trust for him, or to or for his use and benefit upon the first day of June, 1720. or at any time after... Made and delivered pursuant to the late act of Parliament for that purpose. Together with the abstract of the same
Raymond, Hugh
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. 29 p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular thelands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, which Robert Surman, late Deputy Cashier of the South Sea Company, was seized and possessed of: or intituled unto in his own right, and which anyother person or persons was or were seized or possessed of, in trust for him, or to or for his use and benefit, upon the first day of June, 1720 or at any time afterwards... : together with the abstract of the same
Surman, Robert ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. [4],43p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, which Sir Lambert Blackwell, Bart. late one of the Directors of the South-Sea-Company, was (according to the best of his knowledge, remembrance, or belief) seiz'd or possess'd of: or intitul'd unto in his own right, and which any other person or persons was or were seiz'd or possess'd of in trust for him, to or for his use or benefit, upon the 1st day of June, in the year of our Lord 1720... Together with the abstract of the same
Blackwell, Lambert ; Hoffman, Francis
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. 36 p.

A true and exact particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, of John Turner, Esq one of the late Directors of the South Sea Company: which he was seized or possessed of, or intituled unto, in his own right, and which any other person or persons was or were seized or possessed of in trust for him, or to or for his use or benefit, upon the first day of June in the year of our Lord 1720,or at any time after (his necessary wearing apparel only excepted) : together with the abstract of the same
Turner, John ; Tonson, Jacob ; Lintot, Bernard ; Taylor, William
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor. 1721. [4],11p.

A true and exact relation of divers principal actions of a late expedition undertaken in the north of Ireland by the English and Scottish forces
Stewart, David
Belfast. Revd. David Stewart. ca. 1926). 8 p.

A true and exact relation of the marchings of the two regiments of the trained-bands of the city of London, being the Red & Blew regiments, as also of the three regiments of the auxiliary forces, the Blew, Red, and Orange, who marched forth for the reliefe of the city of Glocester from August 23. to Sept. 28: As also a true description of the severall battells and skirmishes had against the enemy at Stow the old Sept. 4. at Aburne Chase September 18. and at Newbery Septem. 20
Foster, Henry
London. Printed for Ben. Allen. Octo. 2. 1643. 14 p.

A true and exact relation of the strange finding out of Moses his tombe in a valley neere unto Mount Nebo in Palestina. With divers remarkable occurences
London. Pr. by J.G. for Richard Lowndes. 1657. 39p.

A true and exact relation of the whole proceedings of the parliaments forces that went out under the command of Colonel Brown withColonell Manwerings forces into Kent: Wherein is a true realtion of the taking of ... Tumbridge
(London?). printed by R. Austin and A. Coe. 1643. 6 p.

A true and fair view: learning and teaching within a Habermasian framework
Greenwell, Mary M
Sheffield. Sheffield University Management School. 1992.

A true and fair view: employee relations learning resource material for managers and supervisors
James, Mike ; Caine, Bert
Watford. Engineering Industry TrainingBoard. 1981. 1 v (loose-leaf).

'A true and fair view' and the reporting obligations of directors and auditors
Canberra. Australian Government Publishing Service. 1984. x, 114p.

A true and fair view in company accounts
Flint, David
London. Published for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland by Gee. 1982. vi,47p.

A true and faithful account of the island of Veritas; together with the forms of their liturgy; and a full relation of the religious opinions of the Veritasians, as delivered in several sermons just published in Veritas
Richardson, Jasper
London. printed for C. Stalker. [1790].

A True and faithful account of the several informations exhibited to the ... committee appointed by the Parliament to inquire into the late ... burning of ... London ... with ... informations touching ... the increase of popery
[London]. [s.n.]. 1667. 32p.

A true and faithful account of the several informations exhibited to the honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament to inquire into the late dreadful burning of the city of London: together with other informations touching the insolency of popish priests and Jesuites; and the increase of popery, brought to the honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament for that purpose
[London]. [s.n.]. Printed in the Year 1667. 35p.

A true and faithfull relation of the besieging of the towne of Manchester in Lancashire upon Saturday the 24. of September: Together with the manner of the severall skirmishes and passages betwixt the Earle of Derby the besieger with his 4500. men, and the souldiers in the town being only 1000. or thereabout. Also a declaration of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to the inhabitants of the said towne. And lastly, the manner of the raising of the said siege, having continued untill Saturday the 1. of October, as it was credibly represented unto the House of Commons from a godly minister in the said towne
[London?. s.n. 1642]. 7, [1] p.

A true and faithful narrative of Oliver Cromwell's compact with the Devil: as it was related by Colonel Lindsey ... Related in Mr Arch-Deacon Eachard'sHistory of England
Eachard, John
London . printed, and sold by W. Boreham. Reprinted at Edinburgh. 1720.

A true and faithful narrative of the life and actions of John Oneby ... who was to have been executed ... for the murder of William Gower
Oneby, John ; Gower, William
London. Roberts. (1727). 30 p.

A True and faithful relation of the late dreadful fire at Northampton,begining on Monday the 20th this instant
London. (s.n.). [1675]. 6p.

A true and faithful relation of the sufferings of the reverend and learned Mr. Alexander Shields
Shields, Alexander
(Edinburgh?). (s.n.). Printed in the year 1715. (vi),140p. : 4to.

A true and faithful relation of what passed for many years between Dr. John Dee and some spirits: tending (had it succeeded) to a general alteration of most states and kingdoms in the world
Dee, John ; Casaubon, Meric
Glasgow. The Antonine Publishing Co. 1974.

A true and faithful testimony concerning John Samm, the servant of the Lord: who finished his course, by laying down his life in Northampton Goal, for the truth of Jesus, the 26th of the 1st. month, 1664
Crook, John
London. [s.n.]. 1664. 14p.

A true and full coppy of that which was most imperfectly and surreptitiously printed before under the name of Religio medici
Browne, T
[London]. 1643. p.p. 183 [error for 185] : 8vo.

A True and Fuller Relation of the Battell fought at Stow in the Would March 21 1645
London. 1646. 6p.

A true and full relation of the prosecution, arraignment, tryall, and condemnation of Nathaniel Fiennes: late colonel and governor of the city and castle of Bristoll, before a councell of war held at Saint Albans during nine dayes space, in December, 1643. Touching his cowardly and traytorly surrendering of this city and castle
Prynne, William ; Walker, Clement
London. M. Sparks (sic) senior. 1644. 119 p.

A true and historical relation of the poysoning of Sir Thomas Overbury: With the severall arraignments and speeches of those that were executed thereupon. Also, all the passages concerning the divorce between Robert late earle of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard: with King James's and other large speeches
Bacon, Francis
London. Printed by T.M. & A.C. for John Benson and John Playford. 1651. 127 p.

A true and impartial account of the arraignment, tryal, examination, confession and condemnation ofCol. James Turner for breaking open the house of Francis Tryon: With the several tryals and examinations of John Turner, William Turner, Mary Turner, and Ely Turner ... At Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, Lond. the 15. 16. and 19. of January. 1663
Turner, James
London. Printed by William Godbid for Nath. Brook and Henry Marsh. 1663. 86 p.

A true and impartial account of the most material passages in Ireland since December 1688: With a particular relation of the forces of Londonderry : being taken from the notes of a gentlemen... : To which is added a description and map of Londonderry, as he took it upon the place
London. Printed for John Amery. 1689. 31p., [1] leaf of plates.

A true and impartial account, of the strange and wonderful earthquake, which happened in most parts of the City ... the eighth of September, 1692
London. Gerrard. 1692. 1 sheet.

A true and impartial account of the trials of the rebels at York: upon the special commission of Oyer and Terminer and goal-delivery, begun Sept. 29. 1746, and continued by several adjournments. To which is added, a copy of a letter to the printer, containing two origional pieces, never before made publick
York. printed by John Gilfillan. 1746. 30p.

A True and impartial collection of pieces, in prose and verse: which have been written and published on both sides the question during the contest for the Westminster election. In which are inserted, a great number of serious, humourous, sarcastical, and witty papers; omitted in the two pamphlets already published on that subject, &c. &c. &c
Fielding, Henry
London. W. Owen. 1749. 91 p.

A true and impartial history of the conspiracy against the person and government of King William III. of glorious memory, in the year 1695
Blackmore, Richard
London. Printed for J. Knapton. 1723. (26), 196 p.

A true and impartial history of the most material occurrences in the kingdom of Ireland during the two last years: With the present state of both armies
Story, George Warter
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell. 1691. [10], 163, [1]p.

A true and impartial narrative of the most material debates: in the late Parliament
Bethel, Slingsby
London. Brewster. 1659. 14 p.

A true and impartial narrative of the most material debates and passages in the late Parliament. Togetherwith the rise and disolution of it, published for the satisfaction of those that desire to know how they spent their time
Bethel, Slingsby
London. Printed for Thomas Brewster. 1659.

A true and impartial relation of the death of M. John Gerhard, who was beheaded on Tower-hill, July ... 1654
Gerard, John
(London. 1654). 8 p.

A true and just recorde of the information, examination, and confession of all the witches, taken at S. Oses in the Countie of Essex--
W. W ; Harris, Anthony
Delmar, N.Y. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1981. p. cm.

A true and just relation of Maj. Gen. Sir Thomas Morgan's progress in France and Flanders, with the sixthousand English, in the years 1657 and 1658: at the taking of Dunkirk and other important places. As it was deliver'd by the General himself
Morgan, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Nutt. 1699.

A true and large discourse of the voyage of the ... fleete of ships set forth ... April 1601 by the ... East Indian marchants in London, to the East Indies: with names of all the men dead in the voyage
(London. Gregg Press. 1968). 34 p.

A true and lively faith: evangelical revival in the church of Ireland
Acheson, Alan R
(Belfast). Church of Ireland Evangelical Fellowship. c1992. 40p.

A true and particular account of a storm of thunder & lightning: which fell at Richmond in Surrey, on Whit-Sunday last in the afternoon, being May 20th, 1711 : with an exact description, on a copperplate, of the hurt done by it, both to the persons of the kill'd and wounded, and the building on which it fell : whereunto are added some short hints concerning the nature,causes, and effects of thunder and lightning; and some practical reflections upon the whole
London. Printed for John Morphew. 1711. 23 p.

A true and particular relation of the dreadful earthquake which happen'd at Lima, the capital of Peru,... 28th October 1746
New York. Readex Microprint. 1972. 5 microop.aques.

A true and particular relation of the dreadful earthquake which happen'd at Lima, the capital of Peru and the neighbouring port of Callao ... 1746
Gentleman
London. Printed for T. Osborne. 1748. xxii,341p.

A true and perfect account of the examination, confession, trial, condemnation and execution of Joan Perry and her two sons,John and Richard Perry, for the supposed murder of Will. Harrison, gent: sent in a letter by Sir Thomas Overbury ... to Thomas Shirly ... : also Mr. Harrison's own account
Overbury, Thomas
London. Printed for John Atkinson. 1676. 31 p.

A true and perfect account of the examination, confession, tryal, condemnation and execution of Joan Perry,and her two sons,John and Richard Perry, for the supposed murder of William Harrison, gent
London. Rowland Reynolds. 1676. 23p.

A true and perfect account of the proceedings at the general session of the peace: holden for London and Middlesex, upon the 15 and16 of January
London. 1674. 6 p.

A true and perfect journal of the affairs in Ireland since his majesties arrival in that kingdom
A Person of Quality
London. Printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor. 1690. 13 p.

A true and perfect narrative of the late extraordinary snows [1674]
Baker, Ernest E
Weston-super-Mare. J.R. Walters. 1887.

A true and perfect narrative of the late ... murther of Sir Edmondberry Godfrey
Godfrey, Edmund Berry
Edinburgh. reprinted by the heir of Andrew Anderson. 1678. 8 p.

A true and perfect narrative of the late terrible and bloody murther of Sr. Edmondberry Godfrey: who was found murthered on Thursday the 17th of this instant October, in a field near Primrose-Hill. With a full accompt of the manner of his being murthered, and in what manner he was found. Also, the full proceedings of the coroner, who sat upon the inquest, etc. With allowance
(London). Printed by N. T. 1678. 8 p.

A true and perfect narrative of what was acted, spoken by Mr. Prynne: other formerly and freshly secluded members, the army officers, and some now sitting in the lobby, House, elsewhere, the 7th, and 9th of May last
Prynne, William
London. 1659. (109) p.

A true and perfect narrative of what was done, spoken by and between Mr. Prynne, the old and newly forcibly late secluded Members, the Army Officers, and those now sitting, both in the Commons Lobby, House, and elsewhere, on Saturday and Monday last (the7. and 9. of this instant May)
Prynne, William
[London]. [s.n.]. 1659.

A true and perfect relation of a great and happy victory obtained by the parliaments forces, under ... Colonell Ruthin, over Sir Ralph Hopton ... neer Plymmouth
Hopton, Ralph Hopton
(London). Wright. 1642. (5) p.

A true and perfect relation of all the severall skirmishes, brave exploits, and glorious victories obtained bythe English Protestants, over the Irish rebels, when they raised the siege of Tredagh
Bernard, Nicholas
London. printed for John Wright. 1641.

A true and perfect relation of that execrable & horrid fact committed in White-Lyon-Yard, in Nortonfolgate: for the poysoning the whole neighbourhood ... by throwing rats-bane into a cauldron of beef-broath
London. N.D. 1674. 3 p.

A True and perfect relation of the barbarous and cruell passages of the King's Army, at old Brainceford, neer London: being presented to theHouse of Commons, by a committee of the same house : [with the addition of a petition from the inhabitants of Old Braintford]
[London]. Husbands. 1642. 12 p.

A true and perfect relation of the proceedings at the several arraignments of the late most barbarous traitors
London. Robert Barker. 1606.

A true and perfect relation of the seizing the house of ... William Barnes, a calvalier, and apprehending him neer Wollage in Kent: And likewise of the seizing of ... ordinance ... in the woodyard at Wollage
Barnes, William
London. printed for T.S. 1642. 6 p.

A true and perfect relation of the whole proceedings against the late most barbaroustraitors, Garnet a Iesuite and his confederats... and lastly all that passed at Garnet's execution
Garnet, Henry
London. by Robert Barker. 1606.

A true and perfect relation of three inhumane murders
Bliss, William
London. 1672 (1673?). 8 p.

A true and plain account of the discoveries made in Scotland, of the late conspiracies against His Majesty and the Government, extracted fromthe proofs lying in the records of his Majesties Privy Council and the High Justice court of the nation: together with an authentick extract of the criminal process and sentence against Mr. Robert Baillie of Jerviswood, extracted by command of his Majesties most honourable Privy Council of Scotland
Edinburgh. Printedby the heir of Andrew Anderson. 1685. 36p.

A true and plenary relation of the great defeat given by my Lord Fairfax forces unto my Lord Newcastles forces in Yorkshire, January 23: which was the absolutest and considerablest victory that was obtained since the beginning of these unhappy warres
Crompton, Thomas
London. Printed for John Franke. 1642. 8p.

A true and punctuall relation of the severall skirmishes performed, betweene the Northamptonshire Forces and a party of the Kings Horse and Foot under the command of Prince Rupert and Colonell Urry, as they passed through those parts into Bedfordshire, and the counties adjacent: with the number of men kild and taken prisoners by the Northamptonshire souldiers...as it was sent in a letter from Northampton to a friend in London
London. printed for John Wright. 1643. 6p.

A True and short narrative of the horrid murder of the reverend father in God, James, Archbishop of St. Andrews, Primate, and Metropolitan ofall Scotland, and one of His Majesties most honourable Privy-Council, on the third of May 1669 [i.e.1679]: drawn out of the records of the Privy-Council of Scotland, and from the depositions of many witnesses examined upon oath before thathonourable board, and the Sherriff-Deputy of Fife, in which shire the murder was committed
London. printed by H. Hills. 1680.

A True and strange discourse of the travailes of two English pilgrimes
Timberlake, Henry
London. Pr. by Nicholas Okes forThomas Archer. 1620.

A true and strange discourse of the travailes of two English pilgrimes ... to Jerusalem, Gaza, Grand Cayro
Timberlake, Henry
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1974. 26 p.

A true answer to Dr. Sacheverell's sermon before the Lord Mayor, Nov. 5. 1709: In a letter to one of the aldermen
Kennett, White ; Baldwin, Ann
London. Printed and sold by A. Baldwin in Warwick-lane. 1709. 23, [1]p.

A true Archigrammer
Webb, Michael
Pidgeon Audio Visual. [2000]. 24 slides.

A true bill of the whole number that hath died in the Cittie of London, the citty of Westminster, the citty of Norwich, and divers other places ... to this presented month of October the sixt day, 1603
London. Printed by I. R(oberts) for Iohn Trundle. (1603). 1 v.

A true blue knight
Williams, Roseanne
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1995. (224)p.

A true book
Lord, E
[s.l.]. Hart Davies. 1966.

A True-Born Englishman: being the Life of Henry Fielding
Willcocks, M. P
London. George Allen and Unwin. 1947. 288p.

A true Briton, and other tales
London. Jarrold. [18-].

A true catalogue of the Rt. hon. the Lord chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England: Also the names of all the Speakersof the ... House of Commons, from the Norman conquest to (1707)
London. 1708. 1 sheet.