Anansi and the tug o' war
Norfolk, Bobby ; Norfolk, Sherry ; Hoffmire, Baird
Atlanta, Ga. August House Story Cove. 2007. 32 p.

Anansi and Turtle go to dinner
Norfolk, Bobby ; Norfolk, Sherry ; Hoffmire, Baird
Atlanta, Ga. August House Story Cove. 2008. 32 p.

Anansi boys
Gaiman, Neil
New York. William Morrow. c2005. 336 p.

Anansi Company: a collection of thirteen hand-made wire and card rod-puppets animated in colour and verse
King, Ronald ; Fisher, Roy
London. Circle Press. 1992. [61] p.

Anansi does the impossible!: an Ashanti tale
Aardema, Verna ; Desimini, Lisa
New York. Atheneum Books for Young Readers. c1997. 1 v. (unpaged).

Anansie als seniore Burger
Paramaribo. Vereniging van Particuliere Sociale Instellingen in Suriname-VPSI. [2005?]. 32 p.

Anansi finds a fool: an Ashanti tale
Aardema, Verna ; Waldman, Bryna ; Rattray, R. S
New York. Dial Books for Young Readers. c1992. 1 v. (unpaged).

Anansi goes fishing
Kimmel, Eric A ; Stevens, Janet
New York. Holiday House. c1992. 1 v. (unpaged).

Anansi goes to lunch
Norfolk, Bobby ; Norfolk, Sherry ; Hoffmire, Baird
Atlanta, Ga. August House Story Cove. 2007. 32 p.

Anansi's party time
Kimmel, Eric A ; Stevens, Janet
New York. Holiday House. c2008. 1 v. (unpaged).

Anansi & the pot of beans
Norfolk, Bobby ; Norfolk, Sherry ; Hoffmire, Baird
Atlanta, Ga. August House Story Cove. 2006. 32 p.

Anansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
McDermott, Gerald
New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. [1972]. [41] p.

Aṇansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
McDermott, Gerald
[New York]. Puffin Books. 1977, c1972. [48] p.

Anansi, the tricky spider: a West Indian folk tale
Ramsawack, Al
[Port of Spain, Trinidad. Columbus Publishers. 1970, 1974 printing]. 16 p.

An ansvvere to a sermon preached the 17 of April, anno D. 1608, by George Downame, doctovr of divinitie and intituled A sermon defendinge the honorable function of bishops: wherein all his reasons brought to prove the honorable function of our l. bishops to be of divine institution are answered and refuted
Sheerwood ; Rainolds, John ; Hondius, Jodocus ; Thorp, Giles
[Amsterdam, Netherlands. J. Hondius. imprinted anno 1609. 58, [2], 166 p.

An ansvver to mis-led Doctor Fearne, according to his own method: of his book : sect. 1.2, The divinity being by Scripture : sect. 3.4.5, The reason by Aristotle : sect. 6.7, The sense or matter of fact by witnesse examined
Herle, Charles
London. [s.n.]. printed in the yeare of Our Lord 1642. [4], 38 p.

An ansvver to the deuillish detection of Stephane Gardiner, bishoppe of Wynchester: published to the intent that such as be desirous of the truth should not be seduced by hys errours nor the blind & obstinate excused by ignorance
Gilby, Anthony
[London?. S. Mierdman for J. Day?]. anno 1547 the 24 of January. CCx [i.e. CCxx], [6] leaves.

An answer addressed to those who have read Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet, in support of a tax, and permission to export raw wool
Forster, Nathaniel
London. Printed for R. Faulder. 1782. [2], 24 p.

An answere to a letter
Saint German, Christopher
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973. ca. 150 p.

An answere to Maister Iuelles chalenge, 1565
Harding, Thomas ; Jewel, John
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1975. [4] p., 240 leaves.

An answere to ten friuolous and foolish reasons set downe by the Rhemish Iesuits and papists in their preface before the New Testament by them lately translated into English: which haue mooued them to forsake the originall fountaine of the Greeke, wherein the spirit of God did write it, to follow the streame of Latin translation, translated we know not when or by whom : with a discouerie of many great corruptions and faults in the said English translation set out at Rhemes
Bulkley, Edward ; Bishop, George
Londini. Impensis Georg. Bishop. 1588. [8], 103, [1] p.

An answere to the fifth part of Reportes, 1606
Parsons, Robert
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1975. [77], 400 p.

An Answere to the Hollanders declaration
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 14 p.

An answere to the Hollanders declaration concerning the occurrents of the East-India
Okes, Nicholas
[London. N. Oakes]. printed 1622. [2], 14, [16] p.

An answer for agnostics
Clinchy, Russell J
Boston. Christopher Pub. House. [1966]. 173 p.

An answer for every prayer; or, The mysteries of prayer revealed
Patterson, John Andrew
Holyoke, Mass. The Elizabeth Towne Co., inc. [1926]. 175 p.

An answer for Pierre
Fischer, Gretl Keren
Ottawa. Borealis Press. 1999. 215 p.

An answer from limbo: a novel
Moore, Brian
Boston. Little, Brown. [1962]. 322 p.

An answer from the heart
Jameson, Claudia
Richmond, Surrey. Mills & Boon. 1990. 187 p.

An answer in the tide
Ogilvie, Elisabeth
Boston. G. K. Hall. 1979, c1978. 527 p.

An answer in the tide
Ogilvie, Elisabeth
Camden, Me. Down East Books. 1991. 278 p.

An answer in the tide
Ogilvie, Elisabeth
New York. McGraw-Hill. c1978. 278 p.

An answer key to A primer of ecclesiastical Latin: a supplement to the text by John F. Collins
Dunlap, John R
Washington, D. C. Catholic University of America Press. c2006. ix, 168 p.

An Answer, paragraph by paragraph, to the late sculking, scurrilous pamphlet, entituled Legions humble address to the Lords
[London?. s.n.]. printed in the year 1704. 24 p.

An answer to a bill in the Chancery of New-Jersey, at the suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, commonly called Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey, against Benjamin Bond, and others claiming under the original proprietors and associates of Elizabeth-Town: to which is added, nothing either of the publications of the Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, or of the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers, except so far as the persons meant by rioters, pretend title against the parties to the above answer, but a great deal of the controversy, though much less of the history and Constitution of New-Jersey, than the said bill
Bond, Benjamin ; Stair, John Dalrymple ; Livingston, William ; Smith, William ; Stair, John Dalrymple
New-York. Printed and sold by James Parker. 1752. 48 p.

An answer to a certain writing entituled Certain doubts and quaeres upon occasion of the late Oath and covenant, with desire of satisfaction for tender conscienced people to whom it may be exhibited
Hollingworth, Richard
London. Printed for Luke Fawne. 1643 Sept. 11. [4], 12 p.

An answer to a challenge made by a Iesuite in Ireland: wherein the iudgement of antiquity in the points questioned is truly delivered and the noveltie of the now Romish doctrine plainely discovered
Ussher, James ; Young, Robert
London. Printed by R.Y. for the partners of the Irish stocke. 1631. 5 pts. in 1 v.

An answer to a conference concerning succession
Hayward, John
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1975. [171] p.

An answer to a great nomber of blasphemous cauillations written by an Anabaptist, and aduersarie to Gods eternal predestination
Knox, John ; Crespin, Jean
Printed by Iohn Crespin. [Geneva]. 455, [1] p.

An Answer to a late pamphlet entituled A character of a popish successor and what England may expect from such a one
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. re-printed anno Dom. 1681. 16 p.

An Answer to a letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts, on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians
[S.l.]. True & Rose, printers. 1812. 16 p.

An answer to a letter from an aged layman to the clergy of the colony of Connnecticut [sic]: in which the rights of the consociated churches are maintained, the consociation that appeared against the ordination of Mr. Dana at Wallingford vindicated, and the ministers like minded defended against the insinuations and reflections contained in that letter
Dickinson, Moses
New-Haven. Printed by James Parker and Company. [1761]. 30, [2] p.

An answer to a letter from Mr. John Merritt, on the subject of Parliamentary reform
Roscoe, William
Liverpool. Printed by M. Galway & Co. 1812. 79 p.

An answer to A letter to a dissenter upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence
L'Estrange, Roger
London. Printed for R. Sare. 1687. [2], 50 p.

An answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter, concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq., president of the United States
Cheetham, James
New-York. Printed by P.R. Johnson & J. Stryker. 1800. 32 p.

An answer to anger and frustration
Wright, H. Norman
Irvine, Calif. Harvest House Publishers. c1977. 62 p. (p. 59-62 blank for notes).

An answer to an invidious pamphlet, intituled, A brief state of the province of Pennsylvania: wherein are exposed the many false assertions of the author or authors, of the said pamphlet, with a view to render the Quakers of Pennsylvania and their government obnoxious to the British parliament and ministry; and the several transactions, most grossly misrepresented therein, set in their true light
Force, Peter
London. Printed for S. Bladon, in Pater-noster-Row. 1755. [2], 80 p.

An answer to a pamphlet call'd, The conduct of the ministry impartially examined
Shebbeare, John
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1756. Microcard edition (2 cards).

An answer to a pamphlet entitled Reflections on the impropriety and inexpediency of lay-subscription to the XXXIX articles, in the University of Oxford: addressed to the author
Randolph, Thomas
Oxford. Printed by W. Jackson and J. Lister, for J. and J. Fletcher. [1772?]. 21, [3] p.

An answer to a pamphlet entitled "Strictures on Mr. Pattison's reply to certain oral and written criticisms, by W. Gibson"
Pattison, Granville Sharp
Baltimore. Richard J. Matchett. 1820. 32 p.

An answer, to a pamphlet entitled, The speech of the Earl of Clare: on the subject of a legislative union, between Great Britain and Ireland
Grattan, Henry
Dublin. Printed for J. Moore. 1800. ii, 44 p.

An answer to a pamphlet, entitled The speech of the Earl of Clare, on the subject of the legislative union between Great Britain and Ireland
Grattan, Henry
London. Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson ... by G. Woodfall. 1800. 48 p.

An answer to a pamphlet intitled The doctrine of the trinity stated, in a circular letter from the Baptist ministers and messengers assembled in Olney, Bucke, May 28, 29, 1776
Elliot, Richard
Newcastle upon Tyne. Printed by S. Hodgson. 1794. [2], 31, [1] p.

An Answer to a pamphlet intituled, An address to the people of England against the use of the West India produce
Whitechapel. Sold by W. Moon. [1791]. 8 p.

An answer to a pamphlet lately published, intitled, "A treatise on church government": wherein, first, the errors of this anonymous author's narrative, of the troubles and transactions in the church in Bolton are corrected, and a faithful one presented to the public
Adams, Zabdiel
Boston. Printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas. 1773. 87, [1] p.

An Answer to a paper call'd Particulars against the bill for an open trade to Africa: with some presidents [sic] touching the laying open foreign trades by act of Parliament
[London?. s.n. 1713]. 1 sheet (2 p.).

An answer to a paper importing a petition of the Archbishop of Canterbury and six other bishops to His Majesty, touching their not distributing and publishing the late declaration for liberty of conscience
Care, Henry
London. Printed by Henry Hills. 1688. 31 [i.e. 33], [1] p.

An answer to a paper, intitled, Reflections on the Prince of Orange's declaration
[London. s.n. 1688]. 8 p.

An answer to a piece, entitled, "An appeal to the impartial publick by an association calling themselves Christian Independents in Glocester
Massachusetts. Printed and sold by S. Hall in Salem. 1785. 23, [1] p.

An answer to a printed letter to Dr. W.P. concerning non- resistance, and other reasons for not taking the oathes: with some queries to the non-swearers in a postscript
Payne, William
London. Printed by J.R. for Brabazon Aylmer. 1690. [2], 38 p.

An answer to Baillie Smith's Address to the Town Council of Edinburgh
Old magistrate
Edinburgh. Printed by C. Stewart & Co. 1799. 16 p.

An answer to Baron Dimsdale's review of Dr. Lettsom's observations on the baron's remarks respecting a letter upon general inoculation
Lettsom, John Coakley
London. Printed for C. Dilly ... and M. Payne. 1779. [4], 48 p.

An answer to Comrade Červenkov and others. Adventurist acts of the Albanian government against the vital interests of the Albanian people. The responsibility of Communists. Lack of principle as a weapon in the struggle for principles. Building of socialism or strengthening of capitalist elements
Beograd. Office of Information of the Government of the FPRY. [1948]. 54 p.

An answer to divorce
Wright, H. Norman
Irvine, Calif. Harvest House Publishers. c1977. 62 p.

An answer to Dr. Mayhew's Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts
Secker, Thomas
London. Printed for John Rivington. 1764. 68 p.

An answer to Dr. Mayhew's Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts
Secker, Thomas
[Boston]. London, printed, Boston, re-printed, and sold by R. and S. Draper ... Edes and Gill ... and T. & J. Fleet. 1764. 59, [1] p.

An answer to Dr. Moseley: containing a defence of vaccination
Ring, John
London. Printed for J. Murray. 1805. vii, 291 p.

An answer to Dr. Sherlock's Vindication of the case of allegiance due to sovereign powers, which he made in reply to an answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated from Bishop Overal's Convocation-book: with a postcript, in answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance, &c
Wagstaffe, Thomas
London. Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh. 1692. [4], 159, [1] p.

An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon: by the Peaceable design renewed, wherein the imputation of schism wherewith the doctor hath charged the nonconformists meetings is removed, their nonconformity justified, and materials for union drawn up together
Humfrey, John ; Lobb, Stephen ; Humfrey, John
London. Printed for R. Janeway. 1680. 44, [4] p.

An answer to 'Eliphalet Pearson's letter to the candid.'
Whitman, Bernard
Boston. Christian Register Office. 1831. 32 p.

An answer to family communication
Wright, H. Norman
Irvine, Calif. Harvest House Publishers. c1977. 62 p.

An answer to Father Coughlin's critics
Royal Oak, Mich. The Radio League of the Little Flower. 1940. 3 p. l, 9-164 p.

An answer to George Keith's Narrative of his proceedings at Turners-Hall, on the 11th of the month called June, 1696: wherein his charges against divers of the people called Quakers (both in that, and in another book of his, called, Gross error & hypocrisie detected) are fairly considered, examined, and refuted
Ellwood, Thomas ; Sowle, Tace ; Keith, George
London. Printed and sold by T. Sowle. 1696. 232 p.

An answer to Goldwater
Howell, Millard L
New York. Vantage Press. [1961]. 103 p.

An answer to humanistic psychology
Hinman, Nelson
Irvine, Calif. Harvest House Publishers. c1980. 142 p.

An answer to Maister H. Iacob, his Defence of the churches and ministery of England
Johnson, Francis ; Jacob, Henry
[Amsterdam?. s.n.]. printed in the yeare of our Lord 1600. [248] p.

An answer to Mr. Franklin's Remarks, on a late protest
Smith, William ; Bradford, William ; Kebler, Leonard
Philadelphia. Printed and Sold by William Bradford, at his Book-Store, in Market-street, adjoining the London Coffee-House. M.DCC.LXIV [1764]. 22, [2] p. (final leaf blank).

An answer to Mr. Franklin's remarks on a late protest
Smith, William
[Pottsville, Pa. : Standard Pub. Co.]. 1897. p. [99]-131.

An answer to Mr. Jefferson's justification of his conduct in the case of the New Orleans batture
Livingston, Edward
Philadelphia. Printed by W. Fry. 1813. xi, 187 p.

An answer to Mr. John L. Sullivan's report to the Manufacturing Society in New-Jersey: in a letter to the directors of the Morris Canal Company
Colden, Cadwallader D
[New York?. s.n.]. 1828. 39 p.

An answer to Mr. Samuell Willard (one of the ministers in Boston in New-England) his reply to my printed sheet, called, A dangerous and hurtful opinion maintained by him, viz. that the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree and his determining both the will of Adam and of all other men to sin
Keith, George
[New York]. Printed and sold by William Bradford at the sign of the Bible in New-York. 1704. [4], 41, [1] p.

An answer to Mr. Shaw's Inquiry into the authenticity of the poems ascribed to Ossian
Clark, John
Edinburgh. C. Elliot; [etc., etc.]. 1781. 76 p.

An answer to Mr. Smith's address: published by authority of the Town Council of Edinburgh
Edinburgh. Printed for P. Hill. 1799. 32 p.

An answer to one part of a late infamous libel intitled Remarks on the Craftsman's vindication of his two honourable patrons, in which the character and conduct of Mr. P. is fully vindicated
Amhurst, N
London. R. Francklin. 1731. 62 p.

An answer to Paine's Rights of man
Mackenzie, Henry ; Cobbett, William ; Force, Peter
Philadelphia. Printed for and sold by William Cobbett. Oct., 1796. vii, [2], 10-96 p.

An answer to parent-teen relationships
Wright, H. Norman
Irvine, Calif. Harvest House Publishers. c1977. 62 p. (p. 62 blank).

An answer to prohibition
Newlin, Harold V
[Portland, Ore. Metropolitan Press. c1932]. 48 p.

An Answer to Rev. Mr. Davidson's pamphlet
R. S. T ; T., R. S ; Davidson, Robert
[s.l. s.n. 1839?]. 20 p.

An answer to several new laws and orders made by the rulers of Boston in New-England the tenth day of the eighth moneth, 1677
Fox, George ; G. F
[London]. 1678. 7 p.

An answer to Sir John Dalrymple's pamphlet upon the exportation of wool
Forster, Nathaniel
Colchester. Printed and sold by W. Keymer. 1782. 1 p. l., 46 p.

An answer to some cases of conscience respecting the country
Stoddard, Solomon
Tarrytown, N.Y. Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1917. 1 p. l., 17 p.

An answer to some cases of conscience respecting the country
Stoddard, Solomon
[Boston in New-England. Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish at his shop near the brick meeting-house in Corn Hill. June 25th, 1722]. 15 p.

An answer to some late papers, entitled, The Independent Whig: so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established
Squire, Francis ; Gaine, Hugh
New York. Printed by Hugh Gaine. 1753. xii, 132 p.

An Answer to some queries concerning schism, toleration &c: in a letter to a friend
Gandy, Henry
London. [s.n.]. 1700. [2], 57, [1] p.

An answer to that common objection against the Quakers, that they condemn all but themselves: with a loving and faithful advertisement to the nation and powers thereof
Penington, Isaac
London. Printed for Robert Wilson. 1660. 8 p.

An answer to that part of the narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K.B: which relates to the conduct of Lieutenant-General Earl Cornwallis, during the campaign in North-America in the year 1781
Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis
Cranbury, NJ. Scholar's Bookshelf. 2006. xvi, 260 p.

An answer to that part of the narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K.B: which relates to the conduct of Lieutenant-General Earl Cornwallis, during the campaign in North-America, in the year 1781
Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis
New York. Research Reprints. [1970]. xvi, 260 p.

An answer to the Animadversions on two pamphlets lately publish'd by Mr. Collier, &c
Collier, Jeremy
[London. s.n. 1696]. 23, [1] p.

An answer to the apology for the conduct of Thomas Lister, Esq., respecting the borough of Clitheroe
Curzon, Assheton Curzon
[England. s.n. 1781]. 48, 18, 5 p.

An answer to the Bishop of Rochester's first letter to the Earl of Dorset, &c., concerning the late Ecclesiastical Commission
Englishman
London. Printed for W. Haight. 1689. [4], 30 p.

An answer to the Bishop of Rochester's second letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset, &c
Englishman
London. Printed for A. Smith. 1689. [2], 57 (i.e. 63), [1] p.

An Answer to the booke called Observations of the old and new militia: with certaine statutes produced for the chusing of his Majesties sheriffes and other officers in every county of England and Wales
London. Printed for W.G. Sept. 6, 1642. 8 p.

An answer to the budget: inscribed to the coterie
London. Printed for E. Sumpter. 1764. 15, [1] p.

An answer to the calumniators of Louis the Eighteenth, King of France and Navarre: with remarks on M. de Chabannes
Englishman
London. J.J. Stockdale. 1815. 34 p.

An Answer to the case of the old East-India company as represented by themselves to the lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled
London. Printed by K. Astwood. 1700. [2], 21 p.

An answer to the city minister's letter
His Country Friend
[Oxford?. s.n.]. printed in the year 1688. 4 p.

An answer to the critics of The companionate marriage
Lindsey, Ben B ; Lindsey, Ben B
[N.p. n.p. c1929]. xxi p.

An answer to the Declaration of the American Congress
Lind, John ; Cadell, T ; Walter, John ; Sewell, T
London. Printed for T. Cadell in the Strand; J. Walter, Charing-cross; and T. Sewell, near the Royal Exchange. 1776. 132 p.

An answer to the Declaration of the American Congress
Lind, John
Dublin. Printed by P. Higly, [No. 1.] Henry-Street, corner of Liffey-Street. 1777. viii, 88 p.

An answer to the declaration of the King of England, respecting his motives for carrying on the present war, and his conduct towards France
Paris. [s.n.]. Printed in the second year of the French Republic, one and indivisible [1794]. 15, [1] p.

An answer to the dissenters objections against the common prayers and some other parts of divine-service prescribed in liturgie of the Church of England
Clagett, William
London. Printed for T. Basset ..., B. Tooke ..., and F. Gardiner. 1684. [2], 45, [1] p.

An answer to the Dissenters' objections against the common prayers and some other parts of divine-service prescribed in the liturgie of the Church of England
Clagett, William
London. Printed for T. Basset ... B. Took ... and F. Gardiner. 1683. [2], 47, [3] p.

An answer to the dissenters pleas for separation: or, An abridgment of the London cases; wherein the substance of those books is digested into one short and plain discourse
Bennet, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Knapton and R. Wilkin. 1711. 326 p.

An answer to the Duke of Portland's case
[London?]. 1768. 38 p.

An answer to the first and second part of an anonymous pamphlet entitled Observations upon the conduct and behaviour of a certain sect usually distinguished by the name of Methodists: in two letters to the Right Reverend the Bishop of Lincoln, and the other the right reverend the bishops concern'd in the publication thereof : the two parts of the Observations herein answered are prefix'd
Whitefield, George
Boston. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1744. [4], 16, 14, [2], 24 p.

An answer to the first part of a certaine conference, concerning succession, published not long since vnder the name of R. Dolman
Hayward, John ; Waterson, Simon ; Burby, Cuthbert
At London. Imprinted for Simon Waterson, and Cuthbert Burbie. 1603. [32], 17-48, [104] p.

An answer to the gentleman's letter to his friend, shewing that bishops may be judges in causes capital
Womock, Laurence
London. Printed by T. Braddyll for R. Clavell. 1680. 21 p.

An answer to the homoeopathic delusions, of Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
Neidhard, C ; Holmes, Oliver Wendell
Philadelphia. Dobson. 1842. 36 p.

An answer to the Joint Committee of the Select and Common Councils of Philadelphia, on the subject of a plan for supplying the city with water, &c
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1799]. 7, [1] p.

An answer to the late King James's Declaration to all his pretended subjects in the kingdom of England, dated at Dublin-Castle, May 8, 1689
Welwood, James
London. Printed for Dorman Newman. 1689. [4], 31, [1] p.

An answer to the London ministers letter from them to His Excellency & his Counsel of VVar: as also an answer to John Geree's book entituled Might overcomming right, with an answer to a book entituled The Armies remembrancer : wherein it appears the accusations of the Army are unjust ... also a discovery of that learning and ordination these ministers have, and the vanity and insufficiencie thereof
Richardson, Samuel
London. Printed by J.C. for Hanah Alin. 1649. [8], 32 p.

An answer to the Oath of allegiance and supremacy, from the people called Quakers: a copie of which was given to the King by them upon the 4. day of the 5. moneth, 1660
Hubberthorn, Richard ; Fox, George
London. Printed for G.C. 1660. 1 broadside.

An answer to the paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his execution to Sir Francis Child, sheriff of London: together with the paper it self
Fowler, Edward
London. Printed for Robert Clavell. 1690 [i.e. 1691]. 32 p.

An answer to the President's message to the Fiftieth Congress
[Philadelphia. The Club. 1887]. 35 p.

An answer to the queries on the proprietary government of Maryland inserted in the public ledger: also, An answer to remarks upon a message sent by the Upper to the Lower House of Assembly of Maryland, 1762, published in 1763
Friend to Maryland
[London?. s.n. printed in the year 1764]. [2], 160 p.

An answer to the questions of the 150 citizens of Boston relative to the decline of American shipping
Hill, Charles S ; Lincoln, W. H
[Washington, D.C.?. s.n. 1889?]. 16 p.

An answer to the question, Why are you a Christian?
Clarke, John
[Boston]. Printed at the Apollo Press in Boston by Joseph Belknap. 1795. 43, [1] p.

An answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson's essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species: particularly the African
Francklyn, Gilbert
Miami, Fla. Mnemosyne Pub. Co. [1969]. xvi, 263 p.