A few remarks on a pamphlet [written by Sir James Caldwell:] entitled, a brief examination of the question: Whether it is expedient, either in a religious or political view; to pass an act to enable Papists to take real securities, for money which they may lend?
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1764. 15p.

A few remarks on clerical subscription, chiefly as required by the Act of Uniformity ... made at a meeting of clergy ... convened at Birmingham by ... Archdeacon Sandford, November 1863
Sandford, John
Birmingham. Benjamin Hall. [1864].

A few remarks on dental reflexes
Jones, H. Macnaughton
[S.l. s.n. 189-?]. 16p.

A few remarks on revivals
Lover of true religion
Belfast. Kerr. 1859. 8 p.

A few remarks on the emendation, "Who smothers her with painting", in the play of Cymbeline: discovered by Mr. Collier, in a corrected copy of the second edition of Shakespeare
Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O ; Collier, John Payne
London. J.R. Smith. 1852. 15 p.

A few remarks on the expediency of a national bank of issue
Bewdley. Printed at the Office of S. Danks. 1837.

A few remarks on the history and practice of the Court of Record for the town & borough of Southwark
Payne, William John
London. Timothy, Bookseller (Wellington Street, Southwark). 23p.

A few remarks on the perforating ulcer of the stomach and bowels
Harrison, James Bower
London. John Churchill. 1856. 68, [2] p.

A few remarks on the pronunciation of Latin
Munro, H. A. J
[Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1871?]. 16p.

A few remarks on the pronunciation of Latin, with a postscript
Munro, H. A. J
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell, and Co. 1871. 36p.

A Few remarks on the question of land and labour in Saint Lucia
Castries. [s.n.]. 1877. 13p.

A few remarks on the rational treatment of inebriety
Donald, John Q
[Edinburgh?]. [s.n.]. [between 1900 and 1920?]. 8p.

A few remarks on the speech of Mr. Layard, delevered in the House of Commons, concerning Servia, on Friday, May 29th, 1863
London. C. W. Reynell. 1863. 15p.

A few remarks on the style and execution of the new Houses of Parliament
London. E. Wilson. 1848. 12 p.

A few remarks on the war now existing between France and the German nation: with a notice of the late public meetings
London. David Steel. 1871. 90p.

A few remarks to the public on the predisposing causes to cholera morbus
Neville, William
London. Burgess and Hill. 1831. 24 p.

A few remarks upon the Corn Laws, universal suffrage, and the unjst tendency of our present money system, on the productive classesof society
Manufacturer ; Manufacturer
Bewdley. Printed at the Office of S. Danks. 1839.

A few remembrances in song and verse
Fulton, Elizabeth S
Paisley. J. and R. Parlane. 1913.

A few reminiscences of the Old Benn's Garden, Presbyterian Chapel, and of the Renshaw Street Unitarian Chapel; and the congregations assembling therein
Old member of the Renshaw Street Congregation
Liverpool. Ellerbeck, Printer. 1868. 14p.

A few rounds of Old Maid: & other stories
Reeve, F. D
Washington, D.C. Azul Editions. 1995.

A few saints from pictures in the National Gallery
Davies, Martin
London. National Gallery. 1946.

A few samples of book types in use by the Arden Press. W. H. Smith & Son. Letchworth and Fetter Lane. London EC
Letchworth. W. H. Smith & Son. 1908.

A few samples of Corona Civica typewriting papers
London. [ca.1912].

A few selected exits
Thomas, Gwyn
Boston, Mass. Little Brown. 1968.

A few selected exits
Thomas, Gwyn
Bridgend. Seren. 1985. (212)p.

A few self-contradictions of the Bible: a tract for the times
Scott, Thomas
London . Thomas Scott. [1870].

A few self-contradictions of the Bible: A tract for the times. Dedicated to the advocates of the dogma of plenary inspiration, and infallibility. In vindication of the authority of reason against theological dogmatism
London. printed for, and published by, Thomas Scott. [n.d.?]. xxi, 43p.

A few sheaves of Devon bibliography
Dredge, John Ingle
[S.l. s.n. 1896?]. p. [547]-605.

A few shining hours
Stephens, Jeanne
Silhouette. 1986. 251p.

A few short lines
Wright, John
Greentrax. 2000. 1 compact disc.

A few short notes on tropical butterflies
Murray, John
Rothley. F.W. Howes. 2003. 432p.

A few short runs
Harris, George Robert Canning Harris
London. John Murray. 1921. vii, 296p.

A few slight hints on general reading
Stourbridge. Mellard. 1859. 25p.

A few small bones: a novel
Rae, Hugh C
Blond. 1968. 235p.,21cm.

A few small ones
Weber, Richard
Ballyknockan, County Wicklow. Ballyknockan Press. 1971. 46p.

A Few Small Repairs
Colvin, Shawn
Sony. 1996. 1 compact disc.

A few special ghosts I have met
Burns, Neil
Mamble. JocknDoris. 1999. 93p.

A few special lines from the specimen book
London. [1914].

A few specimens
London. [1901].

A few specimens
Selkirk. 1890.

A few specimens of horticultural subjects reproduced from photograhs by half-tone process
London. [ca.1898].

A few specimens of Indian songs
Tagore, Sourindro Mohun
Calcutta. Printed by I.C. Bose & Co. ... and published by the Author. 1879. 113p. of music.

A few specimens of old Birmingham engraving on copper and steel, September 1886
Grew, Frederick
Birmingham. The Albert Press. [1886].

A few specimens of type faces
London. 1925.

A few specimens of unique printing from special designs
London. [1899].

A few specimens of work done by the students of the printing classes at the Central Technical College, Brisbane, during the year 1926
[Brisbane]. [1926].

A few specimens of work executed by the students of the School for Printers' Apprentices during the latter half of the session, 1915-16
Birmingham. Birmingham School of Printing.

A few steps ahead
Trent, Guy
Hurst & Blackett. 1961. 184p.,19cm.

A few stray thoughts
Newcomb, Clement E
n.p. [191-?]. 48p.

A few suggestions addressed to the clergy upon the present state of the question respecting national education in ireland
Elrington, Charles Richard
Dublin. Hodges and Smith. 1847.

A few suggestions and examples of type display
Ralph, E. S
p. 64-65.

A few suggestions for ornamental decoration: a collection of designs and colour schemes for painter's and decorator's work
Mitchell, F Scott
London. Thos. Parsons and Sons. 1908.

A few suggestions of plain letterings for artists and others
Jacobi, Charles T
London. Printed at the Chiswick Press. 1908. (16) leaves.

A few surviving hedges: 250 years of paintings, water-colours, prints and photographs of West London from Gunnersbury Park Museum's Collection
Brentford. Watermans Arts Centre in association with Gunnersbury Park Museum. 1988.

A few testimonials from users of the Monotype
London. 1906.

A few testimonials received from time to time in favour of the Victory book and magazine folding machinery
Stockport. [ca. 1904].

A few things you should know before you go: 1999/2000 : practical information for study and living in the USA
Cook, Louise
London. Fulbright Commission. 1999.

A few thoughts in life's story: a collection of poems
Feely, P. J
Leicester. Cloonerk. 1997. 94p.

A few thoughts in verse, on religious subjects, affectionately inscribed and dedicated to the inhabitants of Staverton by their sincere friend and well-wisher, C. H
H., C
Daventry. printed by Thomas Barrett. 1851. 15p.

A few thoughts on eternity, with appendix
Cosens, W. Reyner
London. Poole. 1878. 24p.

A few thoughts on the interior arrangement of churches: being a paper read at a general meeting of the members of the Exeter Diocesan Architechtural Society, March 24, 1842
Lowe, Thomas Hill
Exeter. P.A. Hannaford. 1842. 31 p.

A few thoughts on the miraculous in Christianity
Drummond, James
London. Philip Greeen. 1905. 44p.

A few thoughts on the Poor-Law commission, workhouse test, &c, &c
London. Moyes and Barclay. 1842. 52p.

A few thoughts on the state of affairs in South Africa
Sartorius, George Rose
London. W. Ridgway. 1879. 16p.

A few thoughts on the times: In a letter from a free-citizen of Dublin, to his friend in the North : Humbly offered to the consideration of every lover of truth and justice
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1756. 16p.

A few thoughts on tomorrow's teachers
arter, Charles
[Sheffield]. Association of Colleges for Further andHigher Education. [1980].

A few useful tips about living underground
Acid Jazz. 1996. 1 compact disc.

A few verses
Hicks, Joseph
(Westcliff-on-sea. Mrs. Hicks, privately printed, 1933). 25 l.

A few verses from Shropshire
Slaney, Robert A
[London]. privately printed. 1846.

A few verses of the Great War
Palmer, Florence H
Birmingham. The author. 1918.

A Few verses on Christmas
Unity Flats, Belfast. Flat Press. [1979?]. 10p.

A few ways through the window: an exhibition of books, related prints and sculpture by Ken Campbell : notes on the exhibition
Oxford. Museum of Modern Art. c1990. (12)p.

A few well-chosen words: recommended spoken word recordings
Postgate, Mary
Harrow. Gramophone. 1995. 256p.

A few words: to the parishioners of Old Swinford : being an examination of Rector Craufurd's "Few words"
Griffith, George
Wolverhampton (9, Garrick Street). G. Griffith. 1968.

A few words
One of the unrepresented
[United Kingdom?. s.n. 186-]. 19 p.

A few words about eatables
Radcliffe, Charles Bland
[London?. s.n.]. 1882. p.[241]-261.

A few words about free trade
Pettifer, Henry
[Birmingham]. [s.n.]. 1877.

A few words about fruit, garden, and other articles of produce and food: in a letter to Joseph Mayer
Mayer, Joseph
Liverpool. Daily Post. 1863.

A few words about infedelity
[S.l. s.n. n.d.]. 4p.

A few words about salvation: a talk in a cottage
London. E.T. Whitfield. [18--?]. 4p.

A Few words about the Italian question
London. James Ridgway. 1859. 19p.

A few words, addressed especially to the members of the Leeds District Flour-mill and Provision Society, on Lancashire Strikes and leeds improvidence
Leeds. David Green. 1853.

A few words by way of a letter addressed to the shareholders of the Crystal Palace Company
Sotheby, Samuel Leigh
London. Effingham Wilson. 1856. 29 p.

A few words for strangers
[S.l. s.n. n.d.]. [4p.].

A few words for the Barnoak District Provident Society
Neville, Hy
Stamford. Henry Johnson. 1845. 16p.

A few words from one of the unrepresented
[Great Britain]. [s.n.]. [ca.1866].

A few words in favour of our Roman Catholic brethren: an address to his parishoners
Stanley, Edward
Bristol. reprinted for and sold by William Browne. [1829?]. 16p.

A few words in the mother tongue: poems selected and new (1971-1990)
Klepfisz, Irena
Portland, Or. Eighth Mountain Press. 1990. 251 p.

A few words in true love written to the old long sitting Parliament
Bache, Humphrey
Gloucester. printed and sold by John Bellows. 1910.

A few words more of advice to the friends of Ireland, on the present crisis
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1755. 22p.

A few words more; or, A farewell sermon: preached in the parish church of Holkham, Norfolk, on Sunday, August the 2nd, 1840
Collyer, Robert
Norwich. The author. 1840.

A few words of counsel to packers, porters and warehousemen
London. National Amalgamated Union of Shop Assistants, Warehousemen and Clerks. [n.d.]. 7p.

A few words of friendly counsel to the workmen at Stoke Prior Salt Works, Worcestershire
Corbett, John
Bromsgrove. Printed by Perkins and George (late Alfred Palmer). 1878. 11 p.

A few words of friendly help: being an explanation of certain misunderstandings and difficulties in regard to the Christian faith
Hawkins, Abdiel
London. C. F. Hodgson & Son. 1878.

A few words of guidance: a handbook for career practitioners
Lyttle, James ; Exton, Kay
Birmingham. Institute of Careers Officers. 1986.

A few words of introduction on tempera-colours mixed with the yolk of eggs
Pidoll, Charles de
Du˜sseldorf. August Bagel. 1895.

A few words of money and of taxation
Ellis, Henry
London. Printed by W. Reynolds. 1822.

A few words on 15th century Latin Bibles
Copinger, W. A
[London]. [1890].

A few words on an important subject: the difference between Unitarians and Deists : recommended to the consideration of unbelievers and reputed orthodox believers
Wright, Richard
London. Printed by G. Smallfield; sold by David Eaton and C. Teulon. 1819. 12p.

A few words on cathedral music
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian ; Spink, Gerald W
London. Hinrichsen. 1961. 98p.,ill.,26cm.

A few words on cathedral music
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian
New York. Hinrichsen Edition. (1965). (10) p. facsim. (95 p.), (3) p.

A few words on clerical subscription in the Church of England
Amberley, John Russell
London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 1865. 32p.

A few words on dry plates for screen negatives
Hands, H
p. 21-23.

A few words on funeral reform to English men and women
Phillips, George H
Birmingham. Moody Brothers. [1875].

A few words on intervention: John Stuart Mill's principles of international action applied to the post Cold War world
Mortimer, Edward
London. John Stuart Mill Institute. 1995. 48p.

A few words on Irish questions
Clark, William George
London, (etc.). Macmillan. 1868. 28 p.

A few words on 'self-improvement': addressed to the young men engaged in shops and manufactories and originally delivered at the opening of St. Philip's Literary Institution
Yorke, Graham Munton
Birmingham. for Henry C.Langbridge. 1846.

A few words on strikes and lock-outs: also, on the franchise
[United Kingdom?. s.n.]. 1865. 8 p.

A few words on "supernatural religion": being a short preface to the fourth edition of A general survey of the history of the Canon of the New Testament
Westcott, Brooke Foss
London. Macmillan and Co. 1874. xlvi p.

A few words on the Crystal palace question
Vaughan, C. J
London. Murray. 1852. 26 p.

A few words on the curative power of systematized exercises; or The movement cure
Collins, Charles Phillips
London. Groombridge. [between 1880-1890?]. 36p.

A few words on the festivals of the church
Hood, Mary Isabella ; Dowager Viscountess Hood
Kettering. W.E.and J.Goss. 1890. 72p.

A few words on the history of printing in Friburg, Switzerland
Holder, K
p. 305-307.

A few words on the state of Westminster
Jones, Alfred
London. Rivington. 1847. 24 p.

A Few words on the subject of venereal disease
K.L. [Kuala Lumpur]. Committee for Public Health Education. [1923?]. 7p.

A few words on the treatment of adult criminals
London. Hatchard & Co. 1862. 22 p.

A few words on vivisection
Member of the Birmingham Speculative Club
London. Williams and Norgate. 20cm.

A few words respecting the Church of England: being plain reading for plain people
Colvile, Frederick Leigh
London. F. and J.Rivington. [1851].

A few words respecting the enfranchisement of British Jews addressed to the new parliament
Goldsmid, Francis Henry
London. Richard Bentley. 1833.

A few words to church-builders
Neale, J. M
Cambridge. at the University Press. 1843.

A few words to churchwardens on churches and church ornaments
Neale, John Mason
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1842.

A few words to his parishioners and particularly to the members of his congregation relating to his sermon on his marriage
Craufurd, C. H
Stourbridge. R.Broomhall. 1868.

A few words to Lachie Arr
Blake, James
Glasgow. (s.n.). 1984. (8)leaves.

A few words to my neighbours
Shrewd, Joe
[Birmingham. Thomas Knott, jun., Printer. 1819].

A few words to the Clevedon ratepayers on the Health of Towns Act
Elton, A. H
Bristol. Olive Lasbury. 1851.

A few words to the Jews by one of themselves
Montefiore, Charlotte
London. John Chapman. 1840.

A few words to the Lords and the people about reform
London. Roake & Varty. [1831?]. 36p.

A few words upon (1) the lowest forms of living things, (2) physiology, (3) the Aryan and Aboriginal races of India: being the inaugural address delivered at the Meeting of the Brighton and Sussex Natural History Society, on the 13th November, 1884
Ewart, Joseph
22 p.

A few words upon early printing and private presses
Henning, F. W. J
London. [1880].

A fez of the heart: travels around Turkey in search of a hat
Seal, Jeremy
London. Picador. 1995. 295p.