A village affair
London. Bloomsbury. 1994. 282p.
A village and its people: [Barkway]
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A village at Lord's: the history of the first twenty-one years of the National Village Cricket Championships, 1972-1992
Demelvan, David P
Calne. Lizfran Publications. 1993. (246)p.
A village by the Jordan: the story of Degania
London. Harvill Press. 1954. 176p.
A village called faithfulness
Hanoi. Foreign Languages Publishing House. 1976. 129p.
A village called Llanarth, 1880-1900
Davies, Hettie Glyn
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A village called Sin
London. Penguin. 1992. (416)p.
A village called Sin
London. Viking. 1991. 410p.
A village centenary: the Indepenedent Methodist Church at Stockton Heath, Warrington, 1806-1906
Wigan. Indepenedent Methodist Book Room. . 59p.
A village commune
London. Chatto & Windus. 1882. 371 p.
A village constable's accounts, 1791-1839
[Derby]. Derbyshire Archaeological andNatural History Society,Local History Section. 1957.
A village drama
London. GWR. 1927. 8p.
A village economy: land and people of Huecorio
Columbia U.P. 1967. 421p.,ill.,24cm.
A Village genius: a true story of Oberammergau
London. National Society's Depository. .
A village goes to war: a history of the men of Ravensthorpe who fell in the Great War
York. Barkers Trident Communications. 2000. 408p.
A village Hampden
London. Hurst and Blackett. 1890. 3 v.
A village heritage: the story of Blandford St. Mary
Almack, Theodora Frances
Dorchester. Friary Press. (1965). vii, 83 p.
A village history: Swettenham
Lovell, M. J
[London]. Chapman & Hall. 1952.
A village in a million: an energy portrait of Akbarpur-Barota, India
London. Earthscan. c1979. 22p.
A village in Asturias
Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum. 1998. xii, 228p.
A village in Chelsea: an informal account of the Royal Hospital
London. Royal Hospital Chelsea. 1993.
A village in Java
Grenfell, G. L
Victoria. Longmans of Australia. 1966. 25p.,ill.,22cm.
A village in Kent: the historic and cultural heritage of New Ash Green
Chislehurst, Kent. Quadrangle Publications. 1967.
A Village in Piccadilly
London. J.M.Dent. 1942. 164p.
A village in the heart of a city: the history from 1640 to the millennium of an area where the wooden bungalows were built by Herbert Austin for his workforce
Mason, H. W
The Author. 2000. 81p.
A village in the town
Padley, F. C
Reading. Reading Branch Workers' Educational Association. 1981. 26p.
A village in wartime: the story of RAF Chipping Warden
[Hanwell, Oxon]. Dennis Reader. 1995.
A village in Wiltshire: a collection of memories, records and photographs that gives a picture of life in the village of Lacock during the first half ofthe 20th century
Wiltshire. PMA. 1975.
A village match and after
Lyon, Malcolm Douglas
London. E. Nash & Grayson. 1929. 223p.
A village moves to socialism
Shanghai, China. China Reconstructs. . 47p.
A village of considerable extent
(South Normanton) ((45 Red Lane, South Normanton, Derby DE55 3HA)). (P. Sharpe). (1982?). vii,114,15p.
A village of crossroads & characters: Dunning, Perthshire in old photographs
Wallace, Lorne A
Dunning. Wallace Communications. 1991. 72 p.
A village of great worth: (a history of the village of Greatworth, Northamptonshire
Greatworth. (s.n.). 1994.
A village of parts: a history of Amberley Parish
Close, Roy K
(Stroud). (R.K. Close). 1986. 76p.,(34)p. of plates.
A village on the Thames, Whitchurch, yesterday and to-day
Godlee, Rickman John
London. Allen & Unwin. (1926). 283 p.
A village politician: the life story of John Buckley
Buckmaster, J. C
Horsham. Caliban. 1982. xxvii,336p.
A village politician: the life story of John Buckley [i.e. J. C. Buckmaster]
Buckmaster, J. C
London. Fisher Unwin. 1897. vii, 387p.
A Village portrait: photographs from the parishes of Pattishall and Cold Higham in Northamptonshire
Pattishall. Stonescote. c1989. (54)p.
A village remembered
A village Romeo and Juliet: an opera in six scenes
HMV [SAN 316/8. 3 sound discs.
A village Romeo and Juliet
New York. F. Ungar Pub. Co. (1966, c1960). vii, 96p.
A village Romeo and Juliet
Blackie. 1967. 95p.,21cm.
A village school
Bracknell. Ryslip Group. 1978.
A village school: Boughton Monchelsea 1850-1970
Sittingbourne. Prototype. (1982?). 140p.
A village shop
Woodbridge. Boydell Press. 1979.
A village story
Stockton-on-Tees. Norton Heritage. 2001. 56p.
A village tale: an interlude
London. S.G. Fairbrother. (1850). 18 p.
A village that chose progress: Chan Kom revisited
Chicago . Chicago University Press. 1962. 187p.,23cm.
A village that chose progsss: Chan Kom revisited
University of Chicage P.;Cambridge U.P. 1950. 187p.,22cm.
A village tragedy
Woods, Margaret L
London. Richard Bentley and Son. 1887. 229, p.
A village where the world is one: the story of the Pestalozzi International Children's Village in England
London. Regency Press. 1984.
A village whispered
Collins. 1959. 192p.,20cm.
A village without Solidarity: Polish peasants in years of crisis
Hann, C. M
New Haven . Yale University Press. 1985. ix,208p.
A village worker's council and what it accomplished: being a short history of the Lady Windsor Lodge
Morgan, John Edward
Pontypridd. Celtic Press. [ca.1956]. 75p.
A village year
Jenkins, Alan C
Exeter. Webb & Bower. 1981. 160p.
A villa in France: a novel
Stewart, J. I. M
London. Gollancz. 1982. 206p.
A villain's office: misanthropy in Timon of Athens and Book IV of Gulliver's travels
1982. 1 v.
A villa in summer
London. Severn House. 1976. 272p.
A villa on the Costa Blanca
Cooke, Robert H. V
London. Batsford. 1988. 128p.
New Delhi. (n.d.).
London. Hamilton HGalleries. .  p.
London. the gallery. 1987. 1 card, folded.
Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women (Deemed University): march towards academic excellence
Coimbatore. The Registrar. 1994. 50p.
New Delhi. Bharatiya Gnanpith. 2001.
A vincent Mcnabb anthology: selections from the writings of Vincent McNab, O.P
London. Blackfriars. 1955. 227p.
A vindication and a reply of a passenger worker: New Cross to the postbag in the "Passenger Worker"
[London]. [Transport and General Workers' Union]. [1941?]. 8p.
A vindication of 1 John, v.7. from the objections of M. Griesbach: in which is given a new view of the external evidence with Greek authorities for the authenticity of the verse
London. printed by W. Hughes and sold by Rivingtons. 1821.
A vindication of a book, intitled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people called Quakers: presented to the members of both Houses of Parliament in answer to a late examination thereof, so far as the clergy of the Diocese of Canterbury are concerned in it
London. Printed and sold by T. Sowle and Luke Hinde. 1742. vii, 217 p.
A vindication of a book intituled A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people call'd Quakers, &c. Presented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament, in answer to a late examination thereof, so far as the clergy of the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry are concerned in it
London. printed... by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde. 1739.
A Vindication of a Discourse concerning the Unreasonableness of a New Separation, on Account of the Oaths: From the Exceptions made against it in a Tract called, A Brief Answer to a Late Discourse, &c
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1691. [iii], 40 p.
A vindication of a discourse entituled the principles of the Cyprianic age, with regard to episcopal power and jurisdiction: being a reply to Gilbert Rule's Cyprianic bishop examin'd and found not to be diocesan
London. Printed by G. Croom for Robert Clavel, and George Strahan. 1701.
A vindication of a discourse occasioned by Mr. Boyse's ordination sermon, intituled, The office of a scriptural bishop: from his remarks in a postscript to that sermon, containing an apology (as he pretends) for the publication of it. In which the divineright of episcopacy is further asserted; and our first reformers vindicated from the imputation of being enclin'd to a Presbyterian parity
Drury, Edward ; Rhames, Aaron ; Pepyat, Jeremiah ; Hyde, John
Dublin. Printed by A. Rhames at the back of Dick's Coffee-house, for Jer. Pepyat in Skinner-row, and John Hyde in Dames-street, booksellers. 1709. ,136,p. : 4to.
A vindication of advertising today: thesis for Higher Diploma in creative photography 1975
London. LCP. 1975.
A vindication of a hundred sixty seven officers that are come off from the Army
London. printed for Andrew Kemb. 1647.
A vindication of a late pamphlet, intitled, 'The case of the Hanover troops considered': with some further observations upon those troops; being a sequel to the said pamphlet
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1743.
A vindication of a late pamphlet, intitled, The case of the Hanover troops considered, with some further observations upon those troops: being a sequel to the said pamphlet
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ; Waller, Edmund
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1743. ,56p.
A vindication of a late undertaking of certain gentlemen: in order to the suppressing of debauchery and profaneness
London. [s.n.]. 1692.
A vindication of a pamphlet lately published, intituled The Tryal of the Spirits: Together with some observations relating to the West-India trade, and the encouragement of our sugar colonies abroad, and our useful manufactures at home
London. printed for T. Cooper. 1736. 32p.
A vindication of a passage of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, in his second pastoral letter, against the misrepresentations of William Berriman, D.D
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 44p.
A vindication of a printed paper, entitvled, An ordinance presented to the Honorable House of Commons, for the preventing of the growth and spreading of heresies, against the irreligious and presumptuous exceptions call'd some humble and modest queries. In which vindication, among other things, is shewed that those who dispute against the making of this Ordinance, doe by their argument not only deny the Civil Magistrates power in matters of religion, but likewise undermine all their power in punishing any offence even in Civill matters; and the Magistrates authority both in civill and ecclesiasticall matters is asserted and maintained
London. Printed by T.R. and E.M. for Ralph Smith. 1646.
A vindication of a private letter concerning the overtures, transmitted by the General-Synod assembled at Dungannon, June, 1725; against the Rev'd Mr. McBride's printed exceptions. In a letter to the Reverend Ministers of the Presbyterian Persuasion, in the North of Ireland
Boyse, J ; Choppin, R ; McBride, Robert
Belfast. Printed by James Blow, and are tobe sold at his shop. 1726. 80p.
A vindication of a right in the public to a one shilling gallery either at the new Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden: or somewhere else
London. Printed for J. Owen; H. D. Symonds. 1792. 40 p.
A vindication of a sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons of Ireland. On Saturday the 23d of October, 1725. In which the question concerning toleration, particularly of popery under certain conditions and limitations is farther consider'd,and the mistakes and weak reasonings about it are laid open. In answer to the Revd. Mr. Radcliffe's Letter
Synge, Edward ; Rhames, Aaron ; Owen, Robert
Dublin. Printed by A. Rhames, for Robert Owen, Bookseller in Skinner-Row. M DCC XXVI . 92p.
A vindication of baptizing beleevers infants in some animadversions upon Mr. Tombes his exercitations about infant baptisme: as also upon his examen as toucing the antiquities and authors by him alledged or contradicted that concern the same
London. printed by M. Simmons. 1646. 227p.
A vindication of Catholic morality: or a refutation of the charges brought against it by Sismondi in his "History of the Italian republics during the Middle Ages"
Manzoni, Alessandro ; Sismondi, J.-C.-L. Simonde de
London. Keating and Brown. 1836. xix, 275 p.
A vindication of certain passages in a discourse: on ... the death of Dr. Priestley; and a defence of Dr. Priestley's character and writings, in reply to the animadversions of ... John Pye Smith
Belsham, Thomas ; Priestley, Joseph ; Smith, John Pye
London. Vidler. 1805. viii, 109 p.
A vindication of certain passages in the fourth and fifth volumes of the History of England
London. Printed for J. Mawman. 1826. 120p.
A vindication of Charles the First
Brookes, Joshua Alfred Rowland
London. Hurst & Blackett, Ltd. (1934). 287 p.
A vindication of ... Christopher Love: from divers scandalous reproaches cast upon him by themalignant party
London. Printed by R. Wood. 1651. 6 p.
A vindication of Christ's divinity: being a defense of some queries, relating to Dr. Clarke's scheme of the H. Trinity, in answer to a clergy-man in the country
Cambridge. printed for Corn. Crownfield : and are to be sold by James Knapton, and Robert Knaplock, London. 1719. ,494,p.
A vindication of Christ's holy catholic church against the injurious attemptsof a dissenting gentleman
Presbyter of the Church of England
London. W. Reeves. 1747.
A vindication of Colonell Sandys, his honour and loyalty: from a declaration pretended to be set forth by him at Worcester, October 11. 1642 which is here also republished with it
[Oxford]. [s.n.]. 1642.
A vindication of Daniel's prophecies
A vindication of dissent from the mis-statements recently made by the Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, respecting the dissenting churches: being a discourse
Ebley. J. Latham. 1860. 23p.
A vindication of Dr. Hammond's addresse, &c: from the exceptions of Eutactus Philodemius in two particulars : concerning: the power supposed in the Jew, over his own freedome, the no-power over a mans own life ; together with a brief reply to Mr. John Goodwins Hubristodikai as far as concernes Dr. Hammond
Hammond, Henry ; Goodwin, John ; Ascham, Antony ; Hammond, Henry
London. Printed for R. Royston. 1649.
A vindication of Dr. Hammond's addresse, &c. From the exceptions of Eutactus Philodemius [pseud.] in two particulars. Concerning: the power supposed in the Jew, over his own freedome; the no-power over a mans own life. Together with a brief reply to Mr. John Goodwins "Ubeisodihai" as far as concerns Dr. Hammond
Hammond, Henry ; Goodwin, John ; Ascham, Antony ; Hammond, Henry
London. Printed for R. Royston. 1650.
A vindication of foure serious questions of grand importance: concerning excommunication and suspention from the sacrament of the Lords supper
London. Printed by John Macock for Michael Spark, senior. 1645. (8), 60 p.
A vindication of ... George Hickes, and the author of the Seasonable and modest apology: From the undeserved reflections of ... Thomas Wise, in his book, entituled, The Christian eucharist rightly stated
Wise, Thomas ; Hickes, George
London. Morphew. 1712. 61 p.
A vindication of government: Addressed to the people of Ireland, and dedicated (by permission) to the majority in both Houses of Parliament
Dublin. printed by T. Henshall. 1744 [i.e. 1784]. ,iii,,4-35p.
A vindication of her late majesty Queen Anne, of glorious memory; of his grace the Duke of Ormonde, and of the late ministry from the horrid reflections cast upon them in a late pamphlet, intitled, The conduct of his grace the Duke of Ormonde in the campaign of 1712
London. printed for R. Burleigh. 1715. 33p.
A vindication of Homer and of the ancient poets and historians who have recorded the siege and fall of Troy, in answer to two late publications of Mr Bryant
Morritt, J. B. S ; Bryant, Jacob
York. Printed by W. Blanchard for T. Cadell. 1798. 124p.
A vindication of humane liberty: in answer to A dissertation on liberty and necessity, written byA. C. esq
London. Printed for J. Noon at the White-Hart in Cheapside, near Mercers-Chapel. 1730. viii, 63 p.
A vindication of infant baptism: from four chief objections brought against it, viz: I. From the natural incapacity of infants. II. From their not actually believing. III. From the want of an express command to baptize them. IV. From the want of scripture-precedents for it. In a letter to Mr
Turner, John ; Wyat, John
London. printed for John Wyat, at the Rose, in St. Paul's Church-yard. MDCXCIX. . , 34p.
A Vindication of Infant Baptism, from the Four Chief Objections brought against it: Viz: I. From the Natural Incapacity of Infants. II. From their not actually Believing. III. From the want of an express Command to Baptize them. IV. From the Want of Scripture-Precedents for it : In a Letter to Mr. [four asterisks]
London). Printed for John Wyat (at the Rose, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1699. [i], 34 p.
A vindication of K. Charles the Martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikon Basilike against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey, and, against the exceptions of Dr. Walker and others. To which is added a preface, wherein the bold and insolent assertions published in a passage of Mr. Bayle's dictionary, relating to thepresent controversy are examined and confuted
Wagstaffe, Thomas ; Charles
London. printed for R. Wilkin. 1711.
A vindication of King Charles I: or, A loyal subjects duty. Manifested in vindicating his sovereign from those aspersions cast upon him by certain persons, in a scandalous libel, entituled, The kings cabinet opened
London. Printed by Tho. James. 1693. (12), 384 p.
A vindication of King Charles, or, A loyal subjects duty: manifested in vindicating his Soveraigne from those aspersions cast upon him by certaine persons, in a scandalous libel, entituled, The Kings cabinet opened : and published (as they say) by authority of Parliament : whereunto is added, a true parallel betwixt the sufferings of our Saviour and our Soveraign, in divers particulars, &c
[London. s.n.]. 1648.
A vindication of King Charles the Martyr, proving that His Majesty was the author of: against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey: and against the exceptions of Dr. Walker, and others
London. printed for Joseph Hindmarsh. 1693. 46p.
A vindication of L-- K---e's memorial, from the aukward censures of some, and the timid concessi[o]ns of others. Addressed to all freemen: Ina letter from a gentleman in town, to a friend in the country
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 7p.