A chap called Peter Pan and other stories
New Delhi, India . Penguin Books. 1991. 158 p.
A chapel of thieves
New York. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux. c2002. 209 p.
A chaplain afloat and ashore
Ray, Samuel Hill
Salado, Tex. A. Jones Press. 1962. 122 p.
A chaplain looks at Vietnam
O'Connor, John Joseph
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A chaplain remembers Vietnam
Hopkins, Samuel W
Kansas City, MO. Truman Pub. 2002. xii, 292 p.
A chaplain's campaign with Gen. Butler
Hudson, Henry Norman
New-York. Printed for the Author. 1865. 66 p.
A chaplain's letters from Vietnam: the advisory war, 1964-1965
Kettler, Earl C
Cincinnati, Ohio. E.C. Kettler. 1990. 405 p.
A chaplains's experience in the Union Army
Providence. The Society. 1893. 45 p.
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Musser, Benjamin Francis
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A chaplet of verses
Procter, Adelaide Anne
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A Chapman family history and related families by generations: 386 years in America
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A chapter from her upbringing, and other stories
Pittsburgh. Carnegie Mellon University Press. 2001. 223 p.
A chapter from the life of a little girl of the Confederacy
Caldwell, May Winston
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[South Africa?]. Somerset West. 1964. 58 p.
A chapter in American education: Rensselaer polytechnic institute, 1824-1924
Baker, Ray Palmer
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A chapter in early Arizona transportation history: the Arizona Narrow Gauge Railroad Company
Hubbard, Howard Archibald
Tucson, Ariz. University of Arizona. . 69 p.
A chapter in English church history: being the minutes of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge for the years 1698-1704, together with abstracts of correspondents' letters during part of the same period
London. 1888. vii, 375 p.
A chapter in mediocrity
Stavert, W. J
Skipton. Printed at the "Craven Herald" Office. 1896. 36 p.
A chapter in nursing education: the seventy-four years of the Cooley Dickinson Hospital School of Nursing, 1901-1975
Kratz, Marjorie Thiel
Northampton, Mass. Cooley Dickinson Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association. c1975. 30 p.
A chapter in Pacific Northwest history: United Daughters of the Confederacy, Robert E. Lee Chapter #885, Seattle, Washington
Reeves, Marjorie Ann
Seattle, Wash. Tommie Press. c2006. xviii, 110 p.
A chapter in population sampling
Washington, D.C. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. . vi, 141 p. incl. tables, forms.
A chapter in the book of providence: the twelfth anniversary address before the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, August First, MDCCCXLIX
Amherst. J.S. & C. Adams. 1849. 37 p.
A chapter in the chemistry of essential oils
London. Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland. 1936. 34 p.
A chapter in the early history of South Carolina
Rivers, William J
Charleston, S.C. Walker, Evans & Cogswell. 1874. 110 p.
A chapter in the early life of Shakespeare: Polesworth in Arden
Cambridge [Eng.]. The University Press. 1926. ix, 122,  p.
A chapter in the early life of Shakespeare: Polesworth in Arden
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A chapter in the history of annotation, being Scholia Aristophanica, III
Rutherford, William G
New York. Garland Pub. 1987. xi, 494 p.
A chapter in the history of Cleveland
Burton, Clarence Monroe
Detroit. The Wilton-Smith Co. 1895. 1 p. l., ii, -31 p.
A chapter in the history of Liberia: a lecture delivered in the Baptist Church at Edina, Grand Bassa County, Liberia, October 26, 1891
Blyden, Edward Wilmot
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A chapter in the history of the Welsh Book of common prayer: or the letters which were written preparatory to the revised edition of 1841
Evans, Albert Owen
Bangor [Wales]. Jarvis & Foster. 1922. 3 v.
A chapter in the history of zoological nomenclature
Stejneger, Leonhard Hess
City of Washington. The Smithsonian institution. 1924. 1 p. l., 21 p.
A chapter in the theory of numbers: an inaugural lecture
Mordell, L. J
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A chapter of accidents: being a concise epitome of all the reported decisions on road accident cases in the Irish courts from 1901 to 1941 (both inclusive) together with a detailed analytical index
Duffy, Colum Gavan
Dublin. J. Falconer. 1942. vii, 156 p.
A chapter of accidents
London. Chatto & Windus. 1972. , 270 p., leaf.
A chapter of accidents
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A chapter of adventures: through the bombardment of Alexandria
Henty, G. A
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A Chapter of American history
Boston. B. B. Mussey and Company. 1852. 84 p.
A chapter of autobiography
Gladstone, W. E
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A chapter of child health: report of the Commonwealth fund child health demonstration in Clarke county and Athens, Georgia, 1924-1928
Carey, Bernard William
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A chapter of Franciscan history: the Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration, 1849-1949
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A chapter of history: or, The progress of judicial usurpation
Johnson, A. G
Troy, N.Y. A. W. Scribner, printer. 1863. 63 p.
A chapter of Hopkins genealogy, 1735-1905 [microform]
Harrison, Ella Warren
Chicago. Lakeside Press. 1905. 396 p.,  leaves of plates : ill., facsim., ports. ; 25 cm.
A chapter of marine history
Sheffield. Lockwood and Carlisle. . 67 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
A chapter of mediaeval history: the fathers of the literature of field sport and horses
Madden, Dodgson Hamilton
Port Washington, N.Y. Kennikat Press. . vi, 284 p.
A chapter of medi©Œval history: the fathers of the literature of field sport and horses
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A chapter of national dishonor
Chamberlain, L. T
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A chapter of South Carolina constitutional history
Wallace, David Duncan
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A chapter of the history of the War of 1812 in the Northwest: embracing the surrender of the northwestern army and fort, at Detroit, August 16, 1812 ; with a description and biographical sketch of the celebrated Indian chief Tecumseh
Hatch, William Stanley
Cincinnati. Miami Printing and Publishing Company. 1872. 156 p.
A chapter of unwritten history: The Protestant Episcopacy of the revolutionary patriots. Lost and restored. A centennial offering
Philadelphia. Reformed Episcopal Rooms. 1883. iv, 102 p.
A chapter on autography
Poe, Edgar Allan
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A chapter on cholera, for lay readers: History, symptoms, prevention, and treatment of the disease
Philadelphia and London. The F. A. Davis company. 1893. vii, 107 p., 2 pl.
A chapter on the colonial history of the Carolinas
Rivers, William J
Baltimore. J. Murphy & co. 1885. 67 p.
A chapter on the effect of an expansion of currency on prices from "Ways and means of payment"
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A chaque jour suffit son bonheur: l'hum'un affectif, social et créatif
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Sables-d'Olonne. Pinson. . 123 p.,  leaf of plates.
A chaque pas, un assassinat
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A character index of Robert Penn Warren's long works of fiction
Newton, Thomas A
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Smith, Le Roy
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A characterisation of economic romanticism: Sismondi and our native Sismondists
Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich
Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1967. 142 p.
A characterization of economic romanticism: Sismondi and our native Sismondists
Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich
Moscow. Foreign Languages Pub. House. 1951. 231,  p.
A Characterization of hazardous waste materials disposed of in California: final report
La Jolla, Calif. (476 Prospect St., La Jolla 92038). Science Applications. . 157 p. in various pagings.
A characterization of J₁ by a piece of its character table
Recife, Brasil. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Centro de Ciéncias Exatas e da Natureza, Departamento de Matemática. . 13 leaves.
A characterization of PSL(2,p), p>7
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A characterization of the H-ras proteins
Detrick, Rachel Jennifer
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A characterization of the Roman poetic onomasticon
Swanson, Donald C
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A characterization of those subsets of metric separable space which are homomorphic with subsets of the linear continuum
Cohen, Leon Warren
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A characterization of transitive fussy [i.e. fuzzy] matrices
Yamaguchi City, Japan. Economic Society of Yamaguchi University. . 14 leaves.
A character of Don Sacheverellio: ... in a letter to Isaac Bickerstaff, esq; censor of Great Britain
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A character of Hugh Legare
Knoxville. University of Tennessee Press. c1985. xiii, 356 p.
A character of its own: Ashbury College, 1891-1991
Carp, Ont., Canada. Creative Bound. c1991. 318 p.
A character of popery and arbitrary government: with a timely caveat and advice to all the freeholders, citizens, and burgesses, how they may prevent the same by choosing good members to serve in this new Parliament
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A character of the trimmer: being a short life of the First Marquis of Halifax
Foxcroft, H. C
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A character sketch of the late Leonard Leopold Mackall
Mackall, William W
Savannah, Ga. Mason, inc. 1938. 32 p.
A character that inspired: Major General Charles D. Barrett, USMC, amphibious warfare pioneer
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Achara murai: Code of good conduct and virtuous (good) practices, with relevent [sic] original texts from Sanskrit scriptures
Rāmanāthadīkṣita, Māyūram Ma
Trivandrum. Shri Azhagia Kanni Vinayagar Temple Trust. 1975. xxi, 75, 46 p.,  leaves of plates.
Acharanga-bhasyam: English translation of the original text of Ayaro together with its roman transliteration and Bhasyam (Sanskrit commentary)
Tulsi ; Nathamal
Ladnun. Jain Vishwa Bharati. 2001. lxix, 546 p.
A charge against society: the child's right to protection
London . J. Kingsley. 1997. x, 278 p.
A charge delivered after a public examination on Thursday, July 31st, 1806, to the senior class of the Philadelphia Academy upon their having completed the course of study prescribed by that institution
Philadelphia. Printed for the author by John Watts. 1806. 20 p.
A charge, delivered after a publick examination on Thursday, July 30th, 1807, to the senior class of the Philadelphia Academy, upon their having completed the course of study prescibed by that institution
Philadelphia. Printed for the authour, by Smith & Maxwell. 1807. 23 p.
A charge, delivered at a publick commencement, July 27, 1809, to the senior class of the Philadelphia Academy: upon their having completed the course of study prescribed by that institution
Philadelphia. Printed for the author by Fry and Kammerer. 1809. viii, 28,  p.
A charge delivered at visitations of the clergy and churchwardens of the Archdeaconry of York ... April 29, 1852
Bethune, A. N
Toronto. A.F. Plees. 1852. 31 p.
A charge delivered from the chair, at a general meeting of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ... on Tuesday, April 4, 1797, to the Rev. William Toby Ringeltaube, and the Rev. Immanuel Gottfried Holzberg, then about to embark for the East Indies, as missionaries to the heathen
London. Printed by Ann Rivington, printer to the said society. 1797. 23,  p.
A charge delivered in the name of the Army under the command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax unto the commissioners of Parliament with the Army at S. Albans, June 14, 1647, and by them sent up to the Parliament against several members of the honorable House of Commons. Also A paper delivered to the said commissioners of Parliament, June 15, from his Excellency Sir Tho. Fairfax and the Army under his command, of some farther humble proposals and desires to the honorable Houses of Parliament
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for Laurence Chapman. Iune 18, 1647. 8 p.
A charge, delivered May 17, 1757, at the first anniversary commencement in the college and academy of Philadelphia, to the young gentlemen who took their degrees on that occasion
Smith, William ; Jackson, Paul ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Hall, David
Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall. 1757. 16 p.
A charge, delivered to the African Lodge, June 24, 1797, at Menotomy
[Boston. Printed by Benjamin Edes, for and sold at Prince Hall's shop, opposite the Quaker meeting-house, Quaker-Lane]. 1797. 18 p.
A charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Sarum at the primary visitation of that diocese in the year 1783
Oxford. [s.n.]. 1783. , 24 p.
A charge delivered to the clergy of the diocess of Nova-Scotia at the triennial visitation holden in the months of June and August, 1803
Halifax. Printed by John Howe. 1804. 56 p.
A charge delivered to the clergy of the Protestant Episopal Church in the diocess of Maryland at a convention held in the city of Washington on the fifth day of June 1822
[Washington]. The Clergy. 1822. 16 p.
A charge delivered to the graduating class of the Columbian College, D.C. at the medical commencement, March 22, 1827
Washington. Printed by Duff Green. 1828. 12 p.
A charge delivered to the graduating class of the Columbian College, D.C. at the medical commencement, March 22d, 1827
[Washington, D.C. s.n. 1827]. 7 p.
A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request
[Boston?. 1819]. 8 p.
A charge delivered to the grand jury at the general quarter sessions for the county of Cork held at Bandon-Bridge on Jan. 14, 1755
Dublin. Printed by Matthew Williamson. 1755. 29,  p.
A charge delivered to the grand jury of the county of Dublin at the Quarter Sessions of the Peace held at Kilmainham on Tuesdays the 25th of April, 1797
Dublin. Printed by Richard Edward Mercier and Co. . , 34,  p. (the last leaf blank).
A charge de revanche: figures élémentaires de la réciprocité
Anspach, Mark Rogin
Paris. Seuil. c2002. 139,  p.
A charge given by the most eminent and learned Sr. Francis Bacon Kt., late lord chancellor of England, at a sessions holden for the verge, in the reign of the late King James: Declaring the latitude of the jurisdiction thereof, and the offences therein inquireable, as well by the common-law as by several statutes herein particularly mentioned
London. Printed for Robert Pawley. 1662. , 20 p.
A charge given to the grand-jury at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, holden at St. Edmunds-Bury for the liberty thereof, in the county of Suffolk, on the 16th of July an. Dom. 1716
London. Printed by T. Ilive and sold by R. Knaplock ... and R. Thurlbourn. 1716. 36 p.
A charge given to the grand-jury of the county of Gloucester at the midsummer-sessions, 1723
London. Printed for John and Barham Clark. MDCCXXIII . 23,  p.
A charge of angels: a novel
Clark, L. D
Lewiston, Idaho. Confluence Press. 1987. 187 p.
A charge of mutiny: the court martial of Lieutenant Colonel George Johnston for deposing Governor William Bligh in the rebellion of 26 January 1808
Johnston, George ; Ritchie, John
Canberra. National Library of Australia. 1988. xxi, 490 p., 4 p. of plates.
A Charge on the parish: the treatment of poverty in Putney, 1620-1834
[London]. Wandsworth Historical Society. . , 77,  p.,  leaves.
A charge to keep
Bush, George W
New York. Morrow. c1999. xvi, 253 p.
A charge to keep: recovering the itinerary in the United Methodist Church
Denison, Richard Eugene
1985. iii, 107 leaves.
A charge to keep: the story of Brook Street Chapel, Derby, and the work of it's [sic] two churches through 175 years of Christian witness
Radford, J. B
Allestree. Derby. 1965. 45 l.
A charge to keep: Brewster Hospital, Brewster Methodist Hospital, Brewster Hospital School of Nursing, Brewster-Duval School of Nursing, 1901-1966
Sessions, B. J
Jacksonville, Fla. Brewster and Community Nurses Alumni Association. 1996. 155 p.
A charge to keep: the development of vocational rehabilitation in Maryland
Thompson, Robert Charles
[Linthicum. Maryland State Dept. of Education. c1975]. viii, 76 p.
A charge to keep: an evangelical symposium on the Christian life curriculum
Hill, Brian Victor
[Croydon Park, N.S.W.]. Aldersgate Fellowship in New South Wales. . vi, 115 p.
A charge to keep; history of the First Baptist Church of Kenova, West Virginia
Morris, Byron T
Parsons, W. Va. McClain Print. Co. 1971. 140 p.
A charge to the clergy of the diocese of Connecticut
Hartford. Press of Case, Lockwood and company. 1865. 22 p.
A charge to the clergy of the diocese of Western New-York: delivered August 15, 1849, at the opening of the convention in Trinity Church, Geneva, on religious training, being the second charge
De Lancey, William H
Geneva, W. N.Y. I. & S.H. Parker. 1849. 64 p.