An address to the Literary Societies of Washington College, Washington, Pa., delivered September 27th, 1848
Hart, John S
Wheeling, Va. Printed by J.B. Wolff. 1848. 16 p.
An address to the liverymen of the city of London , from Sir Crisp Gascoyne ... relative to his conduct in the cases of Elizabeth Canning and Mary Squires
Gascoyne, Crisp ; Canning, Elizabeth ; Squires, Mary
London. Printed for James Hodges. 1754. , 45,  p.,  leaf of plates.
An address to the Lords of the Admiralty on their conduct towards Admiral Keppel
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1778. 46,  p.
An address to the magistrates and people of Great Britain and Ireland: occasioned by the alarming system of modern imprisonment adopted in some of the prisons in Middlesex, Gloucester, Essex, Salop, Nottingham, York, Dorset, &c. &c
London. J. Ridgway. 1802. iv, 54 p.
An address to the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, at their annual meeting, Oct. 10, 1817
Gray, Francis Calley
[Boston. s.n.]. 1817. 24 p.
An address to the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, delivered before the members, at their seventeenth anniversary meeting, May 31st, 1811
Boston. Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1811. 28, 44 p.
An address to the Massachusetts Peace Society at their second anniversary, Dec. 25, 1817
Boston. Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham. 1818. 32 p.
An address to the mayor, aldermen, and Common Council of the city of Washington, respecting the management and condition of the Western Free School
[Washington, D.C.?. s.n. 1831?]. 23 p.
An address to the Medical Students' Temperance Society, of the University of Pennsylvania
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1833?]. 10 p.
An Address to the members and friends of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the southern and south-western states
Otey, James Hervey
Philadelphia. Hooker. 1856. 12 p.
An address to the members of both houses of Parliament on the West India question
London. J. Ridgway. 1830. vii, 112 p.
An address to the members of the bar of Worcester County, Massachusetts, October 2, 1829
Lancaster. Carter, Andrews, and Co. 1830. 144 p.
An address to the members of the City council on the removal of the municipal government to the Old State House
Otis, Harrison Gray
Boston. John H. Eastburn. 1830. 15 p.
An address to the members of the legislature of the state of Kentucky
McKisick, L. D
[Kentucky?. s.n. 1896]. 7 p.
An address to the members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society at their annual meeting, May 27, 1814
Boston. Charles Callender. 1814. 22 p.
An address to the members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society at their annual meeting, May 28, 1802
Adams, John Quincy
Boston. Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1802. 25 p.
An address, to the members of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting, in Newburyport, Sept. 3, 1805
White, Daniel Appleton
Newburyport [Mass.]. Edmund M. Blunt, Printer. 1805. 31,  p.
An address, to the members of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their annual meeting in Newburyport, Sept. 2, 1806
Newburyport [Mass.]. Edmund M. Blunt, printer. 1806. 42,  p.
An address to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the city of New-York: occasioned by the appendix to Dr. Linn's sermon on the character of Simon the sorcerer
New-York. Printed by Hugh Gaine. 1793. , 25,  p.
An address to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia
Richmond. Printed by T. Nicolson. 1799. 24 p.
An address to the members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge, on the attention due to worth of character from a religious society: with a view to the ensuing election of a high steward : to which is added a letter of Mr. Jos. Mede
Gordon, John ; Jebb, John
[S.l.]. Printed for the editor. 1764. 60 p.
An address to the ministers and congregations of the Presbyterian and independent persuasions in the United States of America
[New Haven. T. and S. Green]. Printed in the year 1790. 55,  p.
An Address to the nation, shewing the necessity of forming an armed association in consequence of the conspiracy of the republicans in Ireland to subvert the Constitution
London. Sold by J. Sewell ... and J. Wright. 1797. , 156 p.
An Address to the nobility, clergy and gentlemen of Scotland
[London?. s.n. 1689].  p.
An address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1790. 44 p.
An address to the people and Congress of the United States
Louisville, Ky. Printed at the Office of the Democrat. 1863. 27 p.
An address to the people called Methodists concerning the criminality of encouraging slavery
London. Sold by M. Gurney. [1792?]. 16 p.
An address to the people called Quakers, concerning the manner in which they treated Timothy Davis, for writing and publishing a piece on taxation: and also concerning the treatment many others met from them, for joining with him, since he was disowned, in the acts of public worship
Boston. Printed by T. and J. Fleet. 1784. 67,  p.
An address to the people of Barnwell District
[South Carolina. s.n.]. 1840. 15 p.
An address to the people of Cambridge from the School committee, concerning a recent case of corporal punishment in the Allston grammar school
Cambridge. Press of J. Wilson and son. 1866. 24p.
An address to the people of England
[S.l. s.n. 1806?]. 21 p.
An address to the people of England
London. Printed for J. Payne. 1763. , 10,  p. (the last leaf blank).
An address to the people of Great Britain
London. Printed for R. Faulder. 1798. , 42,  p.
An address to the people of Great Britain
Philadelphia. Published by William Cobbett. April, 1798. 40 p.
An Address to the people of Great Britain on the consumption of West India produce
[London]. Sold by I. Phillips and M. Gurney. [1791?]. 12 p.
An Address to the people of Great Britain on the utility of refraining from the use of West India sugar and rum: [microform]
[London]. Sold by I. Phillips, M. Gurney. 1791. 12 p.
An Address to the people of Great Britain proving the necessity of refraining from sugar and rum in order to abolish the African slave trade
[London?]. Sold by I. Phillips and M. Gurney. 1791. 12 p.
An address to the people of Ireland
Tone, Theobald Wolfe
London. Connolly Books. 1969. , 35 p.
An address to the people of Ireland, on the subject of the projected union
Dublin. Printed by James Moore. 1799. 109 p.
An address to the people of Kentucky, on the subject of the Charleston & Ohio Rail-road
Lexington, Ky. N.L. Finnell, Pr. 1838. 40 p.
An address to the people of Maine
Washington : Printed by Davis and Force, publishers of the National calendar. 1820. 14 p.
An address to the people of Maryland
Collins, William H
Baltimore. Printed by J. Young. 1861. 17 p.
An address to the people of Maryland
Baltimore. W.L. Stork & Co., Printers. 1881. 7 p.
An address to the people of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed by Perkins & Marvin. 1838. 24 p.
An address to the people of Massachusetts, on the justice and importance of a law, for the relief of insolvent debtors
Boston. Printed by Nathaniel Willis. 1813. 23 p.
An address to the people of New England: December 15th, 1808
Washington City. Printed by Dinmore and Cooper. 1808. 38 p.
An address to the people of New-England: representing the very great importance of attaching the Indians to their interest, not only by treating them justly and kindly, but by using proper endeavours to settle Christianity among them
Hopkins, Samuel ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Hall, David
Philadelphia. Reprinted by B. Franklin, and D. Hall. 1757. 27,  p.
An address to the people of New Jersey, on the subject of common schools, Feb. 1838
Doane, George Washington
Burlington, N.J. Missionary Press. . 16 p.
An address to the people of Rhode-Island
Providence. Knowles and Vose, printers. 1844. 44 p.
An address to the people of South Carolina
Harper, Robert Goodloe
Charleston. Printed by W.P. Young. June, 1794. , vi, , 4-42 p.
An address to the people of the free states by the President of the Southern Confederacy, Richmond, January 5, 1863
[Richmond]. Richmond enquirer print. .  p.
An address to the people of the United States: on the subject of the report of a committee of the House of Representatives, appointed to "examine and report whether monies drawn from the Treasury have been faithfully applied to the objects for which they were appropriated, and whether the same have been regularly accounted for," which report was presented on the 29th of April, 1802
Boston. Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1802. 112 p.
An address to the people of the United States
Concord. Printed by Hill & Moore. 1821. 48 p.
An address to the people of the United States and of Kansas Territory by the Democratic Territorial Convention, held at Lecompton, January 12, 1857
Leavenworth City. Printed at the "Journal" Book and Job Office. 1857. 19 p. ; 21 cm.
An address to the people of the United States on the subject of the presidential election: with a special reference to the nomination of Andrew Jackson, containing sketches of his public and private character
[Utica, N.Y.?. Joseph Colwell]. 1828. 48 p.
An address to the people of the United States on the subject of the presidential election: comprising a comparative view of the character and administration of Andrew Jackson
Freeman of the United States
Washington. [s.n.]. 1832. 35 p.
An address to the people of this commonwealth
[Boston. 1807]. 20 p.
An address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Rhode Island, delivered September 7, 1836
Goddard, William G
Boston. John H. Eastburn, printer. 1837. 30 p.
An address to the planters and farmers of South-Carolina, on the subject of agriculture
Reynolds, William Sims
[Charleston. s.n.]. 1839. 30 p.
An address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky: proposing a plan for the instruction and emancipation of their slaves
Young, John Clarke
Cincinnati. Taylor and Tracy. 1835. 64 p.
An address to the President, Senate, and House of Representatives of the United States, on the means of creating a national paper by loan offices which shall replace that of the discredited banks, and supercede the use of gold and silver coin
Boston. Intelligencer Press. 1819. 24 p.
An address to the Protestant dissenters
Birmingham. Printed by M. Swinney, for G.G.J. and J. Robinson ... and R. Faulder, London. 1787. 61 p.
An address to the public: containing some remarks on the present political state of the American republicks, &c
Exeter. Printed and sold by Lamson and Ranlet. . 36 p.
An address to the public: with a letter to the Rev. Wm. Jackson, of Alexandria, D.C. in reply to his assertions against the Catholic Church, in his report to the Bible Society, which appeared in the Alexandria Gazette of April 16, 1828
Fairclough, J. W ; Jackson, William
Washington. Printed by Way and Gideon. 1828. 15 p.
An address to the public: unanimously adopted by the students of the University of Virginia
[Charlottesville?. s.n. 1840?]. 8 p.
An address to the public from the Friends of the Liberty of the Press, assembled at the Crown and Anchor, on Saturday, Jan. 19, 1793: containing a declaration of their principles, and a protest against the late associations
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
London. Published by C. Stalker ... [and 2 others]. 1793. 12 p.
An address to the public from the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage
[Philadelphia. s.n. 1 sheet ( p.).
An address to the public from the Society for Constitutional Information
[London]. Printed and distributed gratis by the Society for Constitutitonal Information. [1780?]. 8 p.
An address to the public from the trustees of the Gardiner Lyceum
Hallowell [Me.]. Printed by Goodale, Glazier & Co. 1822. 8 p.
An address to the publick on the expediency of a regular plan for the maintenance and government of the poor: written at the particular request of the corporation instituted for the relief of the poor and the punishment of vagabonds, &c. in the county of the city of Dublin
Dublin. Printed by R. Marchbank for E. Lynch. 1775. , 91,  p.
An address to the public of Great Britain and Ireland on the occasion of the approaching termination of colonial slavery on the first day of August next
London. S. Bagster. . 4 p.
An address to the public on an important subject, connected with the renewal of the charter of the East-India Company
London. J. Conder. 1813. 31 p.
An Address to the public, on the Polygraphic Art, or the copying or multiplying pictures, in oil colours, by a chymical and mechanical process, the invention of Mr. Joseph Booth, portrait painter
London. Printed at the Logographic Press, for the proprietors, and sold by T. Cadell ... Robson and Clarke ... and J. Sewell. . , 18 p.
An address to the public on the sanctity of the sabbath
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1866. 32 p.
An Address to the public on the state of slavery in the West India Islands
London. Printed by Ellerton and Henderson. 1824. 16 p.
An address to the public, particularly to the members of the legislature of New-York, proposing a plan for improving female education
Middlebury. Printed by J.W. Copeland. 1819. 60 p.
An address to the pupils of the Broadway Ladies' Academy: delivered at the close of their annual examination, July 7, 1847
Mac Kie, James S
Baltimore. Printed by James Young. 1847. 20 p.
An address to the religious part of the community on the subject of parliamentary reform: shewing that Christians have no just grounds for standing aloof at this important crisis
Halifax. E. Crabtree. 1831. 8 p.
An address to the representatives in Parliament upon the state of the nation
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1779. 38,  p.
An address to the Republicans of Massachusetts
Davis, George Thomas
Boston. J.H. Eastburn's press. 1862. 8 p.
An address to the Republicans of Virginia, and to Republicans in every section of the Union, who desire the defeat of the Bourbon Democratic Pary, and a break in the "Solid South"
[Virginia?. s.n. 1881]. 23 p.
An address to the Right Hon. Earl Bathurst
Philip, John Baptista
Newtown, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, W.I. Paria Pub. Co. 1987. xxix, 291, 22 p.
An address to the Right Honourable the First Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty: upon the pernicious mode of coppering the bottoms of King's ships in time of peace : also a plan for employing 120 sail of the line, with a proportionable number of frigates and small armed vessels, with the number of men that will be required to man each class in time of war, together with a recommendation for establishing a general register of seamen and seafaring-men, and a mode to establish a naval militia, &c. &c. &c
Officer ; Stockdale, John
London. Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. MDCCLXXXVI . 50,  p.
An address to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty upon the degenerated, dissatisfied state of the British navy: with ways and means to put the Navy upon a formidable and respectable footing, both as to ships and men : also a proposition to establish a new mode of caulking the King's ships : with a proposed regulation for maintaining an extra-establishment of marines in time of peace
Printed for J. Stockdale. London. , 98 p.
An Address to the Right Reverend the Prelates of England and Wales on the subject of the slave trade
London. Sold by J. Parsons. 1792. 15 p.
An address to the Roman Catholics of England
Cooper, Charles Purton
London. V. & R. Stevens and G.S. Norton. 1851. 31 p.
An address to the senior class in Yale-College: delivered in the chapel as a response to the valedictory oration which closed the public performances exhibited by the class after their examination, July 20, 1796
New-Haven [Conn.]. Printed by T. & S. Green. . 23,  p.
An address to the spectator of the awful execution in Boston, February 18, 1819
Boston. Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor. 1819. 11 p.
An address to the state of Ohio protesting against a certain clause of the militia law enacted by the legislature at their last session: and shewing the inconsistency of military power interfereing with persons and property consecrated to the pious and benevolent purposes of the Gospel
MacLean, J. P
Lebanon, Ohio. Printed at the office of the farmer, by George Smith. 1818. 24 p.
An address to the St. Peters Benevolent Society for the support of the Female Orphan Asylum of Cincinnati: delivered at the anniversary meeting January 1, 1836
Fry, J. Reese
Cincinnati. Printed by Smith and Day. 1836. 27 p.
An address to the students at Phillips Academy, in Andover: delivered July 9, 1799, being the day of the anniversary exhibition
Charlestown. Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 1799. 16 p.
An address to the students of law in Transylvania University, delivered at the beginning of the session for 1833
Lexington, Ky. Printed by Tho. J. Pew. 1833. 27 p.
An address to the students of the College of New-Jersey: delivered May 6th 1802, the day on which the students commenced their studies, after the burning of the college edifice
Trenton. Printed by Sherman & Mershon. 1802. 16 p.
An address to the Swindon Branch of the Workers' Educational Assn
Bridges, Robert Seymour
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1916. 38 p.
An address to the Utica Temperance Society: delivered at the Second Presbyterian Church, July 29, 1829
Johnson, A. B
[Utica. s.n. 1829]. 16 p.
An address to the Whigs of Rhode-Island: with political portraits
[Providence?. s.n. 1845?]. 8 p.
An address to those persons at Elizabeth-Town, and Newark, and in their vicinity in the state of New-Jersey, who have lately been seriously impressed with a desire to obtain salvation: to which is annexed, a prayer, adapted to a person in a state of penitences
New-York. Printed by J. M'Lean, and Co. 1785. 43,  p.
An address to young persons after confirmation
Boston. Printed and sold by W. Spotswood, sold also by F. Nichols. 1797. 102 p.
An address upon the co-education of the sexes
Magill, Edward Hicks
Philadelphia. C. A. Dixon & Co. 1873. 14 p.
An address upon the effects of ardent spirits: delivered in the town hall of Lyme, N.H., January 8, 1827
[Lyme, N.H.?]. Lyme Association for the Promotion of Temperance. 1827. 32 p.
An address upon the laying of the corner stone of the James E. Yeatman high school
Eliot, Edward Cranch
[St. Louis. 1903]. 15 p.
An address upon the life and services of Gen. William R. Davie
[Greensboro, N.C. Reece & Elam, Printers. 1892]. 36 p.
Ana de Buenos Aires
Naios Najchaus, Teresa
Buenos Aires. Lugar Editorial. c1993. 93 p.
Ana de Jesús cartas (1590-1621): religiosidad y vida cotidiana en la clausura femenina del Siglo de Oro
Ana de Jesús ; Torres Sánchez, Concha
Salamanca. Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca. 1995. 124 p.
Anadekhe anajāna pula
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. 303 p.
Yātrī, S. R
Dillī. Harshitā Prakāśana. 2001. 223 p.
Machwe, Prabhakar Balvant
Dillī. Rājapāla eṇḍa Sanza. 1988. 151 p.
Anadel: la novela de la gastrosofía
Vega Batlle, Julio
[Santiago, República Dominicana]. UCMM. . 300 p.
Ana de los Ríos
Crespo de Salvador, Teresa
Quito. Salvat. c1986. 50 p.
An Adenauers Seite: sein Berater erinnert sich
Jahn, Hans Edgar
München. Langen Müller. c1987. 495 p.,  p. of plates.
An adequate diet
Stiles, Percy Goldthwait
Cambridge. Harvard university press. 1916. 48 p., 1 l.
An adequate income for one-parent families
Atkinson, A. B
London. National Council for One Parent Families. 1977. , 5 p.
An adequate loan program for historic resources: hearings before the Subcommittee on Historic Preservation and Coinage of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, on H.R. 7796 ... May 24, June 29, and July 27, 1977
Washington. U.S. Govt. Print Off. 1977. iii, 120 p.
An adequate navy and the open-door policy [microform]: speeches of Hon. Richmond P. Hobson of Alabama in the House of Representatives, January 29 and February 5, 1915
Hobson, Richmond Pearson
Washington. [s.n.]. 1915. 30 p. ; 25 cm.
An adequate permanent record and transcript guide
[New York. 1959]. 19 p.
An adequate religion
Martz, Edward E
Philadelphia. Dorrance. . 203 p.
An adequate response: the war poetry of Wilfred Owen & Siegfried Sassoon
Detroit. Wayne State University Press. 1972. 190 p.
Ana de Sá
Sá, Ana de
Coimbra. Fenda Edições. 1982. 78 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Ana de salto alto
Porto Alegre-Rio Grande do Sul. L&PM Editores. 1981. 77 p.
ANADEX: Adams-North Adams, Massachusetts historical index
Terryberry, Ann B
North Adams, Mass. North Adams State College. 1984. xi, 125 p.
An ad for murder
Boston, Mass. G.K. Hall. 1983, c1982. p. cm.