A vindication of L- K--e's memorial, from the aukward censures of some, and the timid concessions of others. Addressed to all freemen. In a letter from a Gentleman in town, to a friend in the country
Gentleman in town
Dublin. Printed in the year M DCC LIII [1753]. 7,[1]p.

A vindication of Magna Charta: as the summary of English rights and liberties
London. printed for Andrew Bell, and B. Lintot. 1702.

A vindication of "Manchester and the Manchester people", from the foul calumnies and aspersions of "A Citizen of the World"
Manchester. B. Wheeler. 1843.

A vindication of marriage: as solemnized by Presbyterians, in the north of Ireland. Wherein, 1.Their principles, practice, and reasons thereof, are candidly shown, with the causes of their non-conformity to the form prescribed in the liturgy. 2. The libels exhibited against ministers and people, in the official courts, examined andanswered. 3. And such marriages proven to be agreeable to Scripture, light of nature, laws of nations, and customs of other reformed churches, and not inconsistent with the civil laws of this land; and therefore lawful, tho not canonical
(McBride, John) ; A minister of the Gospel
(n.p.). Printed in the year 1702. 71 p.

A vindication of marriage, as solemnized by Presbyterians in the North of Ireland. Wherin, 1. Their principles, practice, and reasons thereof, are candidly shown, with the causes of their non-conformity to the form prescribed in the liturgy. 2.The libels exhibited against Ministers and people, in the Official Courts, examined and answered. 3. And such marriages proven to be agreeable to scripture, light of nature, laws of nations, and customs of other reformed churches, amd not inconsistent with the civil laws of this land; and therefore lawful, tho not Canonical
McBride, John ; Minister of the Gospel
[Belfast]. [s.n.]. 1702. 71p.

A vindication of Mr. Belsham's new translation and exposition of the epistles of Paul from the strictures in the 59th number of the Quarterly Review
Belsham, Thomas ; Paul
London. Hunter. 1824. 45 p.

A vindication of Mr. Fox's history of the early part of the reign of James the Second
Heywood, Samuel
London. printed for J. Johnson and Co., and J. Ridgeway. 1811. xl, 424, lix p.

A vindication of Mr. Hutcheson from the calumnious aspersions of a late pamphlet
Hutcheson, Francis
(Glascow). 1738. 20 p.

A Vindication of Mr. James Colmar [i.e., Colmer], bachelor of physick and Fellow of Exeter College in Oxford, from the calumnies of three late pamphlets: to which are annex'd the authentick copies of the affidavits relating to that affair
Harrington, James ; Bury, Arthur
[U.K.]. [s.n.]. 19--. [56] leaves.

A vindication of Mr. Pope's Essay on man from the misrepresentations of Mr de Crousaz
Warburton, William
London. printed for J. Robinson. 1740. [2],118,[2],119-150p.

A vindication of natural society
Burke, Edmund
London. Arthur C Fifield. 1905. 60p.

A vindication of natural society, or, A view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society: in a letter to a Lord, by a late noble writer
Burke, Edmund ; Pagano, Frank N
Indianapolis. Liberty Classics. c1982. xxiii, 105 p.

A vindication of Niebuhr's History of Rome from the charges of the Quarterly Review
Hare, Julius Charles
Cambridge. printed by J. Smith, for John Taylor...[et al.]. 1829. 63 p.

A vindication of our blessed Lord: containing thoughts for Christians, Mahometans, and infidels. In reply toa tract by the very Rev. T. Woodward, M.A., Dean of Down, entitled:- "Is the principle of total abstinence according to the example of Christ ?"
Harkness, I. N
Belfast). Printed by D. Allen (10, Arthur Square. 1860 . 27p.

A vindication of our present royal family principally with regard to Hanover: in which the conduct of King George I. relating to Sweden, Mecklenburg, and the Czar Peter I. is particularly vindicated : in answer to several papers and late pamphlets on these subjects, but more especially one, intitled, The English nation vindicated, &c., containing a long insulting memorial from the Czar's Resident in 1719
Friend to Hanover
London. Printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-noster-row. M.DCC.XLIV [1744]. zxiv [i.e. xxiv], 38p.

A vindication of peaceable Robert Matthews: from the charge of Mrs Ruscombe's murder, lately revived against him : addressed to the inhabitants of St. Augustine's parish
Caseberd, John
Bristol. Printed by T. Cocking. 1781. 11p.

A vindication of phrenology
Williams, W. Mattieu
London. Chatto & Windus. 1894. xxii,428p.

A vindication of political virtue: the political theory of Mary Wollstonecraft
Sapiro, Virginia
Chicago . University Of Chicago Press. 1992. xxviii, 366p.

A vindication of Providence: or, A true estimate of human life (second edition, 1728)
Young, Edward
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1984. xi, 95 p.

A vindication of providence, or, A true estimate of human life
Young, Edward
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1984. xi, 95 p.

A vindication of providence, or, A true estimate of human life, in which the passions are consider'd in a new light
Young, Edward
London. for Tho. Worrall. 1728.

A vindication of public and social worship: containing an examination of the evidence concerning it in the New Testament and of Mr. Wakefield's enquiry into its propriety and expediency
Parry, William
London. Printed for J. Johnson ... and C. Dilly. 1792. 67 p.

A vindication of religious liberty: a sermon preached at Bridport, on Wednesday, June 17, 1812, before the Western Unitarian Society
Aspland, Robert
Hackney. printed by C. Stower. 1812. 57p.

A vindication of religious liberty: a sermon, preached at Bridport ... before the Western Unitarian Society
Aspland, Robert
(London). Johnson. 1812. iv, 57 p.

A vindication of Robert III. King of Scotland, from the imputation of bastardy
Mackenzie, George
Edinburgh. printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson. 1695. 49p.

A vindication of Sir Jonathan Raymond, alderman of London, from the aspersions cast upon him by two injurious libells
(London. 1692?). 1 sheet.

A vindication of some among our selves against the false principles of Dr. Sherlock: in a letter to the doctor, occasioned by the sermon which he preached at the Temple-Church, on the 29th of May, 1692
Hickes, George ; Sherlock, William
London. [s.n.]. 1692.

A vindication of some passages: in the fifteenth and sixteenth chapters of The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire
Gibbon, Edward
London. Printed for W. and H. Whitestone. 1779. 158 p.

A vindication of some passages in the fifteenth and sixteenth chapters of 'The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire'
Gibbon, Edward
London. Printed for W. Strahan and T. Cadell. 1779.

A Vindication of some Protestant Principles of Church-Unity and Catholick-Communion, from the Charge of Agreement with the Church of Rome: In Answer to a late Pamphlet, Intituled, An Agreement between the Church of England and the Church of Rome, evinced from the Concertation of some of her sons with their Brethren the Dissenters
Sherlock, William
London. Printed for William Rogers, at the Sun over-against St. Dunstan's-Church, in Fleet-street. 1688. [v], 128 p.

A vindication of some truths of natural and revealed religion: in answer to the false reasoning of Mr. James Foster : on various subjects; viz. On mysteries, On the light of nature or reason, Rules of interpreting the Holy Scripture, On heresy, On schism, On the image of God in man, Of regeneration, On God, no respecter of persons, On God, not an arbitrary being, Of justification, On the mediation of Christ
Brine, John ; Ward, Aaron
London. Printed for Aaron Ward at the King's-Arms in Little-Britain. 1746. [2],iii-x,[1],2-406,1-28p.

A vindication of speaking openly in favour of important truths, especially those respecting the divine unity
Toulmin, Jane ; Norris, Thomas ; Toulmin, Jane ; Johnson, Joseph
Taunton. printed by T. Norris, for Jane Toulmin; and sold by J. Johnson, London. 1790. 17,[3]p.

A vindication of Sr. Robert King's designs and actions: in relation to the late, and present LordKingston. Being an answer to a scandalous libel, lately sent abroad under the title of Materials for a Bill of Discovery against Sir Robert King (and others, etc
Pullen, Tobias ; Kingston, Robert King ; King, John
Dublin). 1699. 234 p.

A vindication of Strictures on the origin of moral evil, containing a re-examination of Dr. William's hypothesis, as reported in the Rev. Thomas Hill's Animadversions on the Strictures, with a reply to those animadversions
Parry, William
London. Printed by S. Couchman. 1808. 112p.

A vindication of Sydenham's "Processus integri": an early draft founded on his "Medical observations" (MS.572)
Meynell, G. G
Winterdown. 1991. 4p. : bk.

A vindication of the African race: being a brief examination of the arguments in favor of African inferiority
Blyden, Edward Wilmot
Monrovia. Printed by G. Killian. 1857. 37p.

A vindication of the answer to some late papers concerning the unity and authority of the Catholic Church, and the reformation of the Church of England
Stillingfleet, Edward ; Chiswell, Richard
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul's Church-Yard. MDCLXXXVII. [1687]. [4], 118, [2]p.

A vindication of the Answer to the considerations that obliged Peter Manby, &c. to embrace, as hepretended, what he calls the Catholick religion: Being an answer to the first dialogue, already printed, of his Reformed catechism (etc.)
King, William ; Manby, Peter
Dublin. printed by Joseph Ray, and are to be sold by William Norman. 1688. (iv), 36 p.

A vindication of the appendix to the poems, called Rowley's, in reply to the answers of the Dean of Exeter, Jacob Bryant
Tyrwhitt, Thomas
London. Printed for T.Payne. 1782. 223p.

A vindication of the Army-Remonstrance, while they act sutable to those things therein remonstrated: being abrief and moderate answer to Mr. Sedgwicks book, intituled Justice upon the Army-Remonstrance
Collier, Thomas
London. Printed for Giles Calvert. [1648].

A vindication of the Athanasian Creed, in respect to the explicit explanation of the three distinct persons in the Godhead; and of the incarnation
Lloyd, Francis
London. printed for S. Bladon; and J. Fletcher. 1769. [2],62p.

A vindication of the authenticity of the elephant pipes and inscribed tablets in the museum of the Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences, from the accusations of the Bureau of Ethnology, of the Smithsonian Institution
Putnam, Charles E
Davenport, Iowa. Glass& Hoover, Printers. 1885. 38, (2) p.

A vindication of the authenticity of the Parian Chronicle in answer to a dissertation on that subject lately published
Hewlett, John
London. Printed for J. Edwards. 1789. 178,[6]p.

A vindication of the authority, constitution, and laws of the Church and State of Scotland: In four conferences. Wherein the answer to the dialogues betwixt the conformist and the non-conformist, is examined
Burnet, Gilbert
Glasgow. By Robert Sanders, printer to the City, and University. 1673. 13 p. l., 362 (i. e., 322) p.

A vindication of the Baptists: from the strictures made on their sentiments and practice
Birt, Isaiah
Plymouth. Granville. 1812. 34 p.

A vindication of the Baptists: from the strictures made on their sentiments and practice, by a Minister of the gospel, in a pamphlet entitled "A discourse on baptism, &c., &c."
Birt, Isaiah
Plymouth-Dock. Printed and sold by Granville and Son. 1812.

A vindication of the Baptists, from the criminality of a charge exhibited against them, by the Rev. Mr. Wesley
Kingsford, William ; Grove, J ; Marsom, John
Canterbury. printed by J. Grove, and sold by J. Marsom, London. 1789. 16p. : 8vo.

A Vindication of the Bishop of Condom's Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church: In Answer to a book Entituled, An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England,&c : With a Letter from the said Bishop
Johnston, Henry Joseph
London. Printed by Henry Hills, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, for His Houshold and Chappel. 1686. [i], 222[i.e.122], [4] p.

A vindication of the Bishop of London's letter: occasioned by the late earthquakes, from the malicious cavils and scandalous reflections contained in a late Jesuitical pamphlet, entituled, Modest remarks upon the Bishop of London's letter, etc. by one of the people called Quakers
Bennett, John
London. Printed for W. Owen. 1750. 45 p.

A vindication of the Bishop of London's pastoral letter. In answer to a late pamphlet, entitled,"An address to the inhabitants of ... London and Westminster"
Gibson, Edmund
London. J. Roberts. 1729. 60 p.

A vindication of the Bull 'Apostolicae Curae', a letter on Anglican orders
London. Longmans, Green, and Co. 1898.

A vindication of the case of allegiance due to soveraign [sic] powers, in reply to an answer to a latepamphlet, intituled, Obedience and submission to the present Government, demonstrated from Bishop Overal's Convocation-book; with a postscript in answer to Dr. Sherlock's case of allegiance, &c
Sherlock, William ; Wagstaffe, Thomas ; Taylor, Zachary ; Overall, John
London. Printedfor W. Rogers. 1691.

A vindication of the case of indifferent things, used in the worship of God: in answer to a book intituled, the case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, examined, stated on the behalf of the Dissenters, and calmly argued
Williams, John ; Hills, Henry ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed by H. Hills, for Fincham Garner at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1684. 57p.

A vindication of the case of Spittle-fields, against an uncharitable paper ... called a True narrative of the case of Sir George Wheler ... humbly offer'd to the ... House of commons
Wheler, George
(London?. 1695?). 8 p.

A vindication of the case of the corporation of bakers: In answer to a memorial presented by the masters of some other corporations, to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor : And also containing observations on an assay made by his Lordship : To which is annexed The memorial
Dublin. printed by Alex M'Culloh . 1756. 32p.

A vindication of the cause of Great Britain: with strictures on the insolent and perfidious conduct ofFrance, since the signature of the preliminaries of peace : to which is added a postscript on the situation of the continent and the projected invasion of this country
Hunter, William
London. printed forJohn Stockdale. 1803. 22cm.

A vindication of the Christian religion
Chandler, Samuel
London. printed for Samuel Chandler. 1725.

A vindication of the Christian religion, in two parts: I. A discourse of the nature and use of miracles, II. An answer to a late book entitled, A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion
Chandler, Samuel
London. printed for Samuel Chandler. 1725. xxviii,404p.

A vindication of the Church of England, and of the lawful ministry thereof: that is to say, of the succession,election, confirmation and consecration of bishops; as also of the ordination of priests and deacons : in five books
Mason, Francis ; Lindsay, John
London. (s.n.). 1728.

A vindication of the Church of England, from the errors and corruptions of the Church of Rome
Bull, George
Oxford. John HenryParker. 1840.

A vindication of the Church of Scotland
Rule, Gilbert
Printed at Edingburgh [sic] and reprinted at London. for Tho. Parkhurst. 1691. 2 p.t.

A vindication of the conduct and principles of the printer of the Newark Herald: an appeal to the justice of the people of England, on the result of two recent and extraordinary prosecutions for libels. With an appendix
Holt, Daniel ; Gales ; Symonds, H. D ; Ridgway, James ; Eaton, Daniel Isaac ; Crosby, Benjamin
Newark. printed and sold by the author; sold also by Sutton, Nottingham; Gales, Sheffield; H. D. Symonds, J. Ridgway, D. I. Eaton and B. Crosby, London. 1794. [4],viii,148,[2]p. : 4to.

A vindication of the conduct of James Duke of Ormond: during his long and faithful administration in Ireland ... To which is added, an appendix, containing a collection of the several massacres and murthers, committed by, and upon the Irish, since October 23, 1641
Clarendon, Edward Hyde
London. Printed for J. Wilford. 1736. (3) l., 381, (1) p.

A Vindication of the conduct of Lady Douglas, during her intercourse with the Princess of Wales
Douglas, Charlotte
London. E. Wilson. 1814. 140 p.

A vindication of the conduct of the clergy, who petitioned the House of Lords against two bills relative to tithes, in the session of Parliament held in 1788
Southern clergyman ; Sleater, William
Dublin. Printed by William Sleater, No. 28, Dame-street. M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]. 56 p. : 8vo.

A vindication of the conduct of the Irish Catholics, during the late administration
Dublin. printed by John King. [1807]. [2],70p.

A vindication of the conduct of the Middleton Unitarians, and the supreme divinity of the Father asserted in two letters, addressed to the author of "The Middleton Unitarian review reviewed"
Beard, J. R
Manchester. Printed by Thos. Forrest. 1826. 36p.

A vindication of the conduct of the ministry, in the scheme of the excise on wine and tobacco, proposedlast sessions of Parliament: with a general examination of the reasons which determined the said Ministry to it; the consequences and events it would have had
Defoe, Daniel
London. printed for J. Roerts. 1734.

A vindication of The conference weighed in the balances, and found wanting, &c: from the exceptions made to it, and misrepresentations of it, by Philalethes: : wherein his reasonings are answered, and the apostolic mode of baptism by immersion, is proved from scripture
Philologos ; Luckman, M ; Luckman, M
Coventry. printed and sold by M. Luckman. 1785. [2],iii-iv,[1],6-28p.

A vindication of the conforming clergy from the unjust aspersions of heresie, &c: In answer to some part of Mr. Jenkins funeral sermon upon Dr. Seaman. With short reflections on some passages in a sermon preached by Mr. J.S. upon II Cor.V.XX. In a letter to a friend
Grove, Robert
London. W. Kettilby. 1680. 74 p.

A vindication of the convention lately concluded between Great Britain andRussia: in six letters, addressed to ---- ----
Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson
London. Printed for J. Wright. 1801. (2), 124 p.

A vindication of the convocation and the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, in answer to the Englishman's defence of the C----s: In a letter to Mr. Steel, with a postscript to the author of the Flying Post, No. 3442
Dublin. Printed by Daniel Tompson. 1714. 23p.

A vindication of the Corporation and Test Acts: In answer to the Bishop of Bangor's reasons for the repeal of them. To which is added: A second part, concerning the religion of oaths
Sherlock, Thomas ; Pemberton, John
London. printed for J. Pemberton at the Buck and Sun . 1718. [12],120p.

A vindication of the Corporation and Test acts. In answer to the Bishop of Bangor's reasons for repeal of them
Sherlock, Thomas ; Sadleir, Elizabeth
[Dublin] London: Printed for J. Pemberton: and Re-printed in Dublin by Elizabeth Sadleir in School-House-Lane. 1718. [5],43p.

A vindication of the court of Russia from a false and treasonable attack in a pamphlet intitled The state of the negociation ... in an address to the public
Pittite
London. printed for John Joseph Stockdale. 1807.

A vindication of the Defence of Christianity from the prophecies of the Old Testament, in answer to The scheme of literal prophecy considered...with a letter from Mr Masson concerning the religion of Macrobius and his testimony touching the slaughter of the infants at Bethlehem
Chandler, Edward ; Collins, Anthony
London. Printed for James & John Knapton. 1728. 2 v.

A vindication of the Dissenters: in answer to Dr. William Nichols's Defence of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England
Peirce, James
London. Printed for John Clark. 1717.

A vindication of the divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, and of the doctrines contained in them: being an answer to the two parts of Mr. T. Paine's Age of reason
Scott, Thomas
London. Printed by D. Jaques. 1796.

A vindication of the doctrine of baptism, as held by the people call'd Quakers: in answer to Philip Bedingfield's pamphlets, especially that, called, A letter to a Quaker in Norfolk
Forster, Josiah ; Bedinfield, Philip
London. Printed... by the assigns of J. Sowle. 1732.

A vindication of the doctrine of scripture and of the primitive faith; concerning the deity of Christ: in reply to Dr Priestley's History ... in two volumes
Jamieson, John
Edinburgh. C.Dilly. 1794. 2 v.

A vindication of the doctrine of the Catholic Church concerning the Eucharist: in two conversations between a Catholic and a Presbyterian
London. printed by J.P. Coghlan. 1800.

A vindication of the doctrine of the Church of England on the validity of the orders of the Scotch and foreign non-episcopal churches: in three pamphlets on the subject
Goode, William ; Goode, William
London. [s.n.]. 3 parts.

A vindication of the doctrine of the holy and ever blessed Trinity, and the incarnation of the Son of God: Occasioned by the brief notes on the creed of St. Athanasius, and the brief history of the Unitarians, or Socinians, and containing an answer to both
Sherlock, William ; Rogers, William
London. printed for W. Rogers, at the Sun over-against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. 1690. [8], 272p.

A vindication of the Duke of Modena from the charges of Mr. Gladstone
Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps
London. Bosworth & Harrison. 1861. 104p.

A vindication of the Duke of Modena from the charges of Mr Gladstone, from official documents and other authentic sources
Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps
London. Bosworth and Harrison. 1861. xxxii, 104p.

A vindication of the Earl of Shelburne, from the unjust and virulent aspersions in a pamphlet, intitled, "A defence of the Earl of Shelburne", and addressed "To Sir George Saville, Bart." in a letter to Sir George Saville, Bart
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1782. 53p.

A vindication of the end of religious controversy: from the exceptions of the right Rev. Dr. Thomas Burgess...and the Rev. Richard Grier...in letters to a catholic convert
Milner, John
London. Keating and Brown. 1822. xi, 359 p.

A vindication of the English stage, exemplified in the Cato of Mr. Addison in a letter to a nobleman
Sewell, George ; Addison, Joseph
London. W. Mears. 1716. vii, 24 p.

A vindication of the evidences and authenticity of the gospels, from the objections of the late Lord Bolingbroke, in his letterson the study of history
Whalley, Peter
London. Printed for John and James Rivington. 1753.

A vindication of the exclusive right of authors to their own works: a subject now under consideration before the twelve judges of England
London. printed for R. Griffiths. 1762.

A vindication of the forceps described and recommended by Dr. Leake: in which the injudicious and illiberal remarks on that subject, signed Thomas Denman, are examined and refuted
Leake, John ; Denman, Thomas
(s.l. s.n.). 1783. (2), 21, (1) p.

A Vindication of the Free Church in Cannobie: in answer to a letter addressed by George Maxwell to the people of Cannobie
Innes, George ; Maxwell, George
Edinburgh. W.P.Kennedy. 1845. 23p.

A vindication of the free enquiry into the miraculous powers, which are supposed to have subsisted in the Christian Church, &c: from the objections of Dr. Dodwell and Dr. Church
Middleton, Conyers
London. printed for R. Manby and H.S. Cox. 1751.

A vindication of the French emigrants, against the defamatory proclamation circulated under the name of amnesty
Napoleon
Dublin. Exshaw. 1803. 72 p.

A vindication of the genuineness of the ancient British poems of Aneutin, Taliesin, Llywarch Hen and Merdhin
Turner, Sharon
London. printed for E. Williams and sold by Messrs. Longman and Rees, Partnoster Row. 1803. 284p.

A vindication of the government, doctrine, and worship, of the Church of England: ... against the injurious reflections of Mr. Neal, in his late History of the Puritans : together with a detection of many false quotations and mistakes in that performance
Maddox, Isaac ; Grey, Zachary
London. printed, and sold by C. Davis. 1740. [2], 362 p.

A vindication of the government in Scotland during the reign of KingCharles II. against misrepresentations made in several scandalous pamphlets: to which is added the method of proceeding against criminals, as also some of the phanatical covenants, as they were printed and published by themselves in that reign
Mackenzie, George
London. Hindmarsh. 1691. 66 (1) p.

A vindication of the government in Scotland. During the reign of King Charles II. Against mis-representations made in several scandalous pamphlets. To which is added the method of proceeding against criminals, as also some of the phanatical covenants, as they were printed and published by themselves in that reign
MacKenzie, George
London. Printed for J. Hindmarsh. 1691.

A vindication of the histories of the Old and New Testament: in answer to the objections of the late Lord Bolingbroke : in two letters to a young nobleman
Clayton, Robert
[London]. Dublin, printed, London, reprinted for W. Bowyer, and sold by M. Cooper, and George Woodfall. 1753. [4], 140 p.

A vindication of the histories of the Old and New Testament in answer to the objections of the late Lord Bolingbroke: in two letters to a young nobleman
Clayton, Robert ; Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
London. Reprinted for W. Bowyer and sold by M. Cooper. 1753. 140p.

A vindication of the history of the Old Testament: in answer to the misrepresentations and calumnies of Thomas Morgan, M.D. and moral philosopher
Chandler, Samuel
London. Printed for J. Noon, R. Hett, and J. Davidson. 1741-1743. 2 p.ts. in 1 (610 p.).

A vindication of the history of the Septuagint from the misrepresentations of the Learned Scaliger, Dupin, Dr. Hody, Dr. Prideaux, and other modern Criticks
Hayes, Charles
London. [Printed for T. Woodward]. 1736. 174p.

A vindication of the honour and justice of Parliament against a most scandalous libel: entituled,The speech of John A----, esq
Defoe, Daniel
London. Printed for A. More ... and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. (1721). 36 p.

A vindication of the humble remonstrance and petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and commons of the city of London: in common-councell assembled, presented to both houses of Parliament, the 26 of May, 1646. Or, An answer to two late libels published by two anonymusses, against the said remonstrance: the one intituled, A modest (i.e. moderate) reply to the city remonstrance. The other called, The interest of England maintained ... Wherein many false-hoods in those two pamphlets are discovered
Bellamie, John
London. R. Cotes. 1646. 30 p.

A vindication of the imprisoned and secluded members of the House of Commons: from the aspersions cast upon them, and the maiority of the House, in a paper lately ... published: intituled, An humble answer of the Generall councel of the officers of the army under His Excellency Thomas lord Fairfax, to the demands of the honourable Commons of England ... concerning the late securing or secluding some members thereof
Prynne, William
London. Printed for M. Spark. 1649. (34) p.

A vindication of the intended alterations of the value of the several coins now currant in this kingdom from the objections made against them
Maple, William
Dublin. printed by A. Rhames. 1729. 54p.

A vindication of Their Majesties authority to fill the sees of the deprived bishops: in a letter out of the country occasioned by Dr. B-------s refusal of the bishoprick of Bath and Wells
Stillingfleet, Edward ; Chiswell, Richard
London. printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's church-yard. 1691. 27p.

A vindication of the King: with some observations upon the two Houses
London. [s.n.]. 1642.

A vindication of the late House of Commons, in rejecting the bill for confirming the eighth and ninth articles of the treaty of navigation & commerce between England and France: humbly recommended to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the City of London
Egleton, John ; Stainer, S
London. Printed for John Clark. 1714. 48 p.

A vindication of the London apprentices petition. And the legality of their subscriptions asserted
London. 1659. 7 p.

A vindication of the ... Lord-Mayor in answer to a letter address'd to His Lordship, on occasion of his ... nomination of five Dissenters ... to serve the office of sheriff of London by a citizen
Barnard, John
London. Roberts. 1738. 52 p.

A vindication of the memory, of the late ... Thomas Firmin
Firmin, Thomas ; Milbourne, Luke
London. 1699. 52 p.

A vindication of the ministerial conduct, of his Grace the Duke of Dorset in Ireland
Albin, Eleazar
London. printed by M.Griffiths. 1755. 24p.

A vindication of the ministers of the Gospel in, and about London, from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the Parliament: as if they had promoted the bringing of the king to capitall punishment. With a short exhortation to their people to keep close to their covenant-ingagement
Burges, Cornelius
London. Printed by A. M. for Th. Underhill. 1648 (i.e. 1649). 10 p.

A vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel in, and about London, from the unjust aspersions cast upontheir former actings for the Parliament, as if they had promoted the bringing of the King to capitall punishment. With a short exhortation to their people to keep close to their Covenenant - Ingagement
Burges, Cornelius
London. printed by A.M. for Th. Vnderhill. 1648.

A vindication of the miracles of Our Blessed Saviour; in which Mr Woolston's discourses on them are particularly examin'd
Smalbroke, Richard
London. printed for James and John Knapton. 1729-31.

A vindication of the miracles of Our Blessed Saviour; in which Mr. Woolston'sdiscourses on them are particularly examined
Smalbroke, Richard
London. printed for James and John Knapton. 1729-31.

A vindication of the modern Dissenters against the aspersions of the Rev. William Hawkins: intended as a supplement to Dr. Johnson's Life of Dr. Watts, with notes
Palmer, Samuel
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1790. 38 p.

A vindication of the moral philosopher, against the false accusations, insults, and personal abuses of Samuel Chandler
Morgan, Thomas
London. printed for T. Cox. 1741. 70,[2]p.

A vindication of the Most Rev. John Thomas Troy, D.D. Roman Catholic Archbishop in theChurch of Dublin: against the charges contained in a letter to the Right Hon. William Wickham, by a Yeoman ; and in other anonymus publications
Roman Catholic of Dublin ; Smith, William Cusack ; Yeoman
Dublin (No.10 Back Lane). Printed by Graisberry and Campbell. 1804. xvi,261,(2)p.

A vindication of the nature and effect of evangelical preaching, in a letter to a barrister [i.e. James Sedgwick] occasioned by the first part of his Hints to the public, and the legislature: with a postscript containing strictures on his second part
Styles, John
London. printed for Williams and Smith. 1808.

A vindication of the Oath of allegiance in answer to a paper disperst by Mr. Sam: Eaton, pretending to prove the Oath of allegiance voyd and non-obliging. Wherein his positions against it are examined and confuted
Gee, Edward ; Hollingworth, Richard
[London]. [s.n.]. 1650.

A vindication of the ordinations of the Church of England
Burnet, Gilbert
xxviii,94p.

A vindication of the ordinations of the Church of England. In answer to a paper written by one of the Church of Rome
Burnet, Gilbert
London. E.H. and T.H. for R. Chiswel. 1677. 181p. : 8vo.

A vindication of the Ottoman Sultan's title of 'Caliph': shewing its antiquity, validity, and universal acceptance
Redhouse, James W
London. E. Wilson. 1877. 19p.

A vindication of the past course and present position of the Irish clergy in reference to the national system of education for Ireland in a speech delivered: April 11, 1866
O'Brien, James Thomas
Dublin. Herbert. 1866. 131 p.

A vindication of the peer's right to advise the crown: To which are prefixed, the debates which occurred on that subject, in both Houses of Parliament, in December 1783
London. printed for J.J. Stockdale. 1810. 55p.

A vindication of the pending bill for the amendment of the Copyright Act
Brydges, Samuel Egerton
London. 1818.