A nap jegyében: regény
Bálint-Izsák, László
Temesvár. Facla. 1979. 274 p.

A Napkirály: XIV. Lajos élete és kora
Papp, Imre
[Budapest]. Kossuth. 1989, c1988. 285, [1] p.

A nap ko˜nyve
Jankovics, Marcell
[Debrecen]. Csokonai Kiado. 1996. 351 p.

Ana Plácido: a autobiografia como processo genealógico de escrita (narrativa)
Cabral, Fernanda Damas ; Plácido, Ana Augusta
Lisboa. Caminho. c1991. 170 p.

Ana Plácido: a mulher que se maravilhou a si própria
Castro, Aníbal Pinto de
Vila Nova de Famalicão. Câmara Municipal de Vila Nova de Famalicão. 1995. 31 p.

Anaplazmy i anaplazmoz ovet͡s
Peteshev, V. M
Alma-Ata. Nauka. 1975. 119 p.

An APL compiler
Budd, Timothy
New York. Springer-Verlag. c1988. xi, 156 p.

Anapli tōn anamnēseōn
Karagiannēs, Nikos
Athēna. Hellēniko Vivlio. [197-]. 132 p.

A napló
Moldova, György ; Guevara, Ernesto
Budapest. Magvető. c1983. 615 p.

A Napló: 1977-1982 : válogatás
Barna, Imre
Budapest. Minerva. 1990. 427 p.

An aplodont rodent from the Tertiary of Nevada
Furlong, E. L
Berkeley, CA. University of California Press. 1910. [397]-403 p.

Anapnoes tou Psēloreitē: diēgēmata
Dretoulakēs, Meletēs
Athēna. Dōrikos. 1977. 219 p.

A Napnyugat írói körének antológiája
Szegedi, László
Los Angeles. [s.n.]. <1995?- >. v. <1 >.

Anapo: oposición o revolución
Martinez, Juan Pablo ; Izquierdo, Maria Isabel
Bogotá. Ediciones "CAMILO,". 1972. 103 p.

An apocalypse for the church and for the world: the narrative function of universal language in the book of Revelation
Herms, Ronald
Berlin . Walter de Gruyter. c2006. xv, 299 p.

An apocalypse of life
Cheney, W. T
Boston, Mass. Arena Publishing Co. 1893. vii, 312 p.

A napok hordaléka
Déry, Tibor ; Réz, Tibor
Budapest. Szépirodalmi Könyvkiadó. c1982. 650 p.

A napok maradéka: XXXIII
Kovács, Ferenc
Budapest. Új Mandátum. 1998. 134 p.

A Napóleoni háborúk és a magyar nemesség: emlékülés az 1809. évi francia háború 180. évfordulójának alkalmából
Veress, D. Csaba
Veszprém. Laczkó Dezső Múzeum. 1992. 136 p.

Anapolēseis: hē makra poreia henos anthrōpou apo tēn elpida kai tēn prosdokia stēn diapseusē kai apogoēteusē
Diakovasilēs, Aristotelēs
Nea Yorkē. Anthé Publications. 1989. 136 p.

Anapolēseis ap'tēn palia Symē
Zachariou, Kōstēs V
Rodos. [E. Zachariou-Mamalinka]. 1987. 235 p.

A Napoli nel tardo Settecento: la parabola della neutralitá
Nuzzo, Giuseppe
Napoli. Morano. 1990. 283 p.

Anápolis: sua vida, seu povo
Ferreira, Haydée Jayme
Brasília. Senado Federal, Centro Gráfico. 1981. 437, [35] p.

Anápolis: sociedades por cotas de responsabilidade limitada
[ ]. Governo de Goiás, Secretaria da Indústria e Comércio, Junta Comercial do Estado de Goiás. [1974]. [119] leaves ; 22 x 33 cm.

A Napoli si diceva così: (detti e proverbi)
Gleijeses, Vittorio
Napoli. Società editrice napoletana. [1977?]. 117 p.

A Napoli si mangia così
Gleijeses, Vittorio ; Gleijeses, Lydia
Napoli. Società editrice napoletana. [1977]. 343 p., [20] leaves of plates.

An apologeticall narration
Goodwin, Thomas ; Paul, Robert S
Philadelphia. United Church Press. [c1963]. v, 134 p.

An apologeticall reply to a booke called An answer to the unjust complaint of W. B
Davenport, John
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. [31], 326 p.

An apologia pro vita sua
Orozco y Jimenez, Francisco ; Weber, Francis J
Mexico. Priv. print. 1968. 15 p.

An apologie and true declaration [of the institution and endevours of the two English Colleges]: 1581
Allen, William ; Evans, Lewis
Menston. Scolar Press. 1971. [327] p.

An apologie for poetrie
Sidney, Philip
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 1 v. (unpaged).

An apologie for poetrie. 1595
Sidney, Philip ; Arber, Edward
[New York. AMS Press. 1966]. 72 p.

An apologie for sundrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall: of late times by some chalenged, and also diuersly by them impugned : by which apologie (in their seuerall due places) all the reasons and allegations set downe as well in a treatise, as in certaine notes (that goe from hand to hand) both against proceedings ex officio, and against oaths ministred to parties in causes criminall, are also examined and answered : vpon that occasion lately reuiewed, and much enlarged aboue the first priuate proiect, and now published, being diuided into three partes, the first part whereof chieflie sheweth what matters be incident to ecclesiasticall conisance, and so allowed by statutes and common law : the second treateth (for the most part) of the two wayes of proceeding in causes criminal, viz. by way of accusation, & ex officio iudicis : the third concerneth oaths in generall, but more specially the lawfulnesse of such as be ministred touching supposed offenses, either of themselues that sweare, or of their brethren : respectiuelie submitted to the graue iudgements of the reuerend iudges and other sages of the common lawe, of iudicious professors of the ciuill lawe, and of the right reuerend prelates and other grounded diuines in this realme : whereunto (for the learneds sake and for similitude of argument and iudgement) I haue presumed to adioine that right excellent and sound determination (concerning oaths) which was made by M. Lancelot Androvves ... an. 1591
Cosin, Richard ; Andrewes, Lancelot ; Barker, Christopher
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker. 1593. [30], 130, [10], 140, [6], 255, [1] p.

An apologie for the Oath of allegiance: first set foorth without a name, and now acknowledged by the author, the Right High and Mightie Prince Iames, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, [et]c. : together with a premonition of His Maiesties, to all most mightie monarches, kings, free princes, and states of Christendome
James ; Paul ; James ; Barker, Robert
Imprinted at London. By Robert Barker. April 8, anno 1609. [4], 135, [13], 112 p.

An apologie for vvomen, or, An opposition to Mr. Dr. G. his assertion: who held in the act at Oxforde, anno 1608, that it was lawfull for husbands to beate their wiues
Heale, William ; Barnes, Joseph
At Oxford. Printed by Joseph Barnes. 1609. [6], 66 p.

An apologie for women
Heale, William ; Gager, William
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1974. 66 p.

An apologie for women
Heale, William ; Swinburne, Henry
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 240 p.

An apologie of the Earle of Essex, against those which iealously and maliciously tax him to be the hinderer of the peace and quiet of his country
Essex, Robert Devereux ; Bradock, Richard
Imprinted at London. By Richard Bradocke. 1603. [48] p.

An apologie; or aunswer in defence of the Church of England: concerninge the state of religion used in the same
Jewel, John
[Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1972]. 70 (i.e. 141) p.

An apologie or aunswer in defence of the Church of England, 1562
Jewel, John
Menston, (Yorks.). Scolar P. 1969. [145] p.

An apologie or declaration of the povver and providence of God in the government of the world: consisting in an examination and censvre of the common errovr tovching natvre's perpetuall and vniversall decay, divided into fovre bookes
Hakewill, George ; Turner, William ; Allot, Robert
Oxford. Printed by William Tvrner. anno Dom. 1630. [40], 523, [69] p.

An apologie or defence of Brownists
Ainsworth, Henry ; Johnson, Francis
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1970. 118 p.

An apologie or defence of such true Christians as are commonly (but vniustly) called Brovvnists: against such imputations as are layd vpon them by the heads and doctors of the Vniversity of Oxford in their ansvver to the humble petition of the ministers of the Church of England, desiring reformation of certayne ceremonies and abuses of the church
Ainsworth, Henry ; Johnson, Francis
[Amsterdam?. s.n.]. 1604. [16], 118 p.

An apologie, or defence, of those Englishe writers & preachers which Cerberus, the three headed dog of Hell, chargeth wyth false doctrine, vnder the name of predestination
Crowley, Robert ; Denham, Henry ; Bynneman, Henry
By [H. Denham for] Henry Binneman. Imprinted at London. [3], 104 [i.e. 115] leaves.

An apology against a pamphlet called A modest confutation of the animadversions upon the remonstrant against Smectymnuus
Milton, John ; Jochums, Milford Cyril ; Hall, Joseph
Urbana. University of Illinois Press. 1950 [i.e. 1951]. xii, 255 p.

An apology against the defence of schisme (1593)
Garnet, Henry ; Martin, Gregory
Menston. Scolar Press. 1973. [17], 200, [155] p.

An apology both ways
Aldridge, Richard
Bloomington. Indiana University Press. 1957. 58 p.

An apology for actors: In three books
Heywood, Thomas ; Collier, John Payne
London. Reprinted for the Shakespeare society. 1841. 2 p. l., xvi, 66 p.

An apology for actors
Heywood, Thomas ; I. G
New York. Garland Pub. 1973. 7, [64], 62 p.

An apology for actors
Heywood, Thomas ; I. G
New York. Johnson Reprint Corp. 1972. 1 v. (various pagings).

An apology for actors (1612)
Heywood, Thomas ; Green, John ; Perkinson, Richard Henry
New York. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1941. xvii p., facsim. ([64] p.), ix p., facsim.: 1 l., 62 (i.e. 66) p.

An apology for actors, containing three briefe treatises: 1. Their antiquity, 2. Their ancient dignity, 3. The true vse of their quality
Heywood, Thomas ; Okes, Nicholas
London. Printed by Nicholas Okes. 1612. [64] p.

An apology for a late resignation
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ; Marchmont, Hugh Hume
[London. s.n. between 1745 and 1750]. 46 p.

An apology for apologetics: a study in the logic of interreligious dialogue
Griffiths, Paul J
Maryknoll, N.Y. Orbis Books. c1991. xii, 113 p.

An apology for autumn
Turrill, David A
New Milford, CT. Toby Press. 2004. 422 p.

An apology for believing in universal reconciliation: or, An appeal from the inferior court of bigotry, superstition, ignorance and unbelief, to the supreme court of proper candor, sound reason, good understanding, and true faith also, A key to the book of Revelation : with short notes on the same
Hutchinson, Samuel ; Hutchinson, Samuel
Norway, Me. Printed for the author by A. Barton. 1827. 201 p.

An apology for certain gentlemen in the University of Oxford, aspersed in a late anonymous pamphlet: with a short postscript concerning another pamphlet lately published by the Rev. Mr. Heathcote
Horne, George
Oxford. Printed at the Theatre for S. Parker, and sold by J. Rivington ... and E. Withers ... London. 1756. [4], 66 p.

An apology for Christianity: in a series of letters addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq., author of The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire : being a necessary and instructive appendix thereto
Watson, Richard
Philadelphia. Printed by James Carey. 1796. 56 p.

An apology for Christianity (1776)
Watson, Richard
New York. Garland Pub. 1974. 295 p.

An apology for Christianity, 1776, and An apology for the Bible, 1796
Watson, Richard ; Watson, Richard
New York. Garland. 1977. 295, 146 p.

An apology for Christianity, in a series of letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq., author of the History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: being a necessary and instructive appendix thereto
Watson, Richard
Printed at Providence (R. Island). By Carter and Wilkinson and sold at their book-store. 1794. viii, 155, [1] p.

An apology for "Don Juan": a satirical poem in two cantos
Thomas, John Wesley
London. Partridge and Oakey. 1850. iv, 144 p.

An apology for education
Richmond, William Kenneth
London. A. Redman. [1952]. 180 p.

An apology for idlers
Stevenson, Robert Louis ; Rogers, Bruce
Glen Head, N.Y. Ashlar Press. 1932. 26 p.

An apology for idlers
Stevenson, Robert Louis ; Rogers, Bruce
Westport, Conn. Redcoat Press. 1951. 27 p.

An apology for idlers: and other essays
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Portland, Me. T. B. Mosher. 1905. 101, [1] p.

An apology for idlers, and other essays
Stevenson, Robert Louis ; Rogers, Bruce
Portland, Me. Thomas B. Mosher. 1908. 95 p.

An apology for Lollard doctrines
Wycliffe, John ; Todd, James Henthorn
London. Printed for the Camden Society, by J.B. Nichols. 1842. lxiii, 206 p.

An apology for loving the old hymns
Smith, Jordan
Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press. c1982. xiii, 90 p.

An apology for Mohammed and the Koran
Davenport, John
Lahore. al-Biruni. 1975. vi, 182 p.

An apology for Negro slavery, or, The West-India planters vindicated from the charge of inhumanity
Author of Letters to a young planter
London. Printed by Stuart and Stevenson for J. Strachan. 1786. 64 p.

An apology for not joining the Protestant Episcopal Church
Presbyter ; Mitchell, A. W
Philadelphia. Presbyterian Board of Publication. [1844?]. 24 p.

An apology for old maids: and other essays
Sedgwick, Henry Dwight
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. [1968]. xiv, 221 p.

An apology for old maids: and other essays
Sedgwick, Henry Dwight
New York. The Macmillan company. 1916. xiv p., 1 l., 221 p.

An apology for perfection
Hinshaw, Cecil E
[Wallingford, Pa. Pendle Hill Publications. 1964]. 32 p.

An apology for poetry
Sidney, Philip ; Robinson, Forrest G
Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill. [c1970]. xxviii, 95 p.

An apology for poetry, or, The defence of poesy
Sidney, Philip ; Shepherd, Geoffrey ; Maslen, R. W
Manchester . Manchester University Press. 2002. xv, 266 p.

An apology for printers
Franklin, Benjamin ; Goodman, Randolph G ; Wittenberg, Philip ; DePol, John ; Satenstein, Harvey
New York. Book Craftsmen Associates. 1955. 16 p.

An apology for printers
Franklin, Benjamin
Washington]. Acropolis Books. 1973. xxvii, 16 p.

An apology for rain
Gawron, Jean Mark
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1974. 176 p.

An apology for Raymond Sebond
Montaigne, Michel de ; Screech, M. A
London. Penguin. 1987. xliv, 190 p.

An apology for rogues
Black, James
London. Hodder and Stoughton. [1929]. 295 p.

An apology for roses
Broderick, John
London. Calder and Boyars. 1973. 230 p.

An apology for Rushworth's dialogues: wherin the exceptions of the Lords Falkland and Digby are answer'd and the arts of their commended Daillé discover'd
White, Thomas ; White, Thomas
A Paris. Chez Jean Billain. 1654. [16], 261, [1] p.

An apology for schoole-masters
Morrice, Thomas
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. [65] p.

An apology for the arts
Dixon, W. Macneile
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1976. 215 p.

An apology for the arts
Dixon, W. Macneile
London. E. Arnold & Co. [1945]. 215 p.

An apology for the arts
Dixon, W. Macneile
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1978. 215 p.

An apology for the believers in the Shakspeare-papers, which were exhibited in Norfolk Street
Chalmers, George
New York. A. M. Kelley. 1971. iv, 628 p.

An apology for the Bible: in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and of fabulous theology
Watson, Richard ; Emory, John
Philadelphia. Printed for W. Young, Mills & Son ... by W. Woodward. 1796. 206 p.

An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled, The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and fabulous theology
Watson, Richard
Re-printed at Li[t]chfield. By T. Collier. 1797. 230, [2] p. (last leaf blank).

An apology for the Bible, in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine, author of the book entitled, The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and fabulous theology
Watson, Richard
Philadelphia. Printed by James Carey. 1797. [2], 80 p.

An apology for the British Government in Ireland
Mitchel, John
New York. AMS Press. 1978. vi, 90 p.

An apology for the business of pawn-broking
Pawn-broker
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1745. [2], 73, [1] p.

An apology for the conduct of a late celebrated second-rate minister, from the year 1729, at which time he commenc'd courtier, till within a few weeks of his death, in 1746: giving a clear view of his real principles and design, and containing many curious and interesting particulars, relative to the times and to persons in the highest stations
Winnington, Thomas
London. Printed for W. Webb. [1746?]. 50 p.

An apology for the conduct of a late celebrated second-rate minister, from the year 1729 at which time he commenced Courtier, till within a few weeks of his death, in 1746: giving a clear view of his real principles and design, and containing many curious and interesting particulars relative to the time, and to persons in the highest stations
Winnington, Thomas
London. Printed for W. Webb. [1747]. 39 p.

An apology for the course and outcome of certain events delivered by Doctor John Faustus on this his final evening: and, The hunchback variations
Maher, Mickle Brandt ; Maher, Mickle Brandt
Chicago. Hope and Nonthings. 2001. 71 p.

An apology for the foregoing treatise, and those people, who neither in former ages had, nor at this day have the Holy Scriptures afforded to them
Claridge, Richard
[London. Printed for W. Owen and C. & E. Dilly. 1767]. 85 p.

An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty: to which are added, remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon preached January 30, 1793
Hall, Robert
London. Sold by T. Hamilton, and I. James, Bristol. 1822. xiv, iv, 108 p.

An apology for the freedom of the press, and for general liberty: to which are prefixed remarks on Bishop Horsley's sermon, preached on the thirtieth of January last
Hall, Robert
London. Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson ... W.H. Lunn, Cambridge, and J. James, Bristol. 1793. xix, 108 p.

An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England: to which is prefix'd, a discourse concerning the Congregational churches
Mather, Samuel
Boston. Printed by T. Fleet for Daniel Henchman. 1738. [8], ix, [3], 116 [i.e. 216] p.

An apology for the life of Bampfylde-Moore Carew, son of the Rev. Mr. Carew of Bickley, commonly known throughout the west of England by the title of King of the Beggars and Dog Merchant-General: ... the whole taken from his own mouth
Carew, Bampfylde Moore ; Goadby, Robert ; Goadby, Robert
[Sherborne]. Printed by R. Goadby, and sold by W. Owen, bookseller at ... London. [1749]. [2], v, [1], 151, [1] p.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber: with an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley ; Fone, Byrne R. S
Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Press. [1968]. xxxii, 372 p.

An apology for the life of Colley Cibber: with an historical view of the stage during his own time
Cibber, Colley ; Fone, Byrne R. S
Mineola, N.Y. Dover. 2000. xxxii, 372 p.

An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy: late of Covent-Garden theatre
Bellamy, George Anne ; Bicknell, Alexander
London. The author, sold by J. Bell. 1785. 6 v.

An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy, late of Covent-Garden theatre
Bellamy, George Anne ; Bicknell, Alexander
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Bell. M,DCC,LXXXVI. 5 v.

An apology for the life of James Fennell
Fennell, James
New York. B. Blom. [1969]. 510 p.

An apology for the life of James Fennell
Fennell, James
Philadelphia. Published by Moses Thomas. 1814. [2], xvi, [17]-510 p., [1] leaf of plates.

An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde- Moore Carew: commonly call'd the King of beggars
Goadby, Robert
London. Printed for R. Goadby and W. Owen. [1765?]. xxviii, iv, 350 p.

An apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber: comedian
Cibber, Colley
London. Hunt and Clarke. 1826. 340 p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding, Henry ; Johnson, R. Brimley
[Waltham St. Lawrence, Berkshire]. The Golden cockerel press. 1926. 2 p. l., [iii]-x p., 1 l., 80 p., 1 l.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding, Henry
Berkeley. University of California Press. 1953. xxxvi, 86 p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding, Henry
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1976. x, 80 p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews
Fielding, Henry
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1977. xi, 60 p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews (1741)
Fielding, Henry
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1956. 11 p., facsim.: xv, 56 p.

An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews (1741)
Fielding, Henry
New York. Garland Pub. 1974. xv, 59, 64 p.

An apology for the life of Mr. T[heophilus] C[ibber], comedian: being a proper sequel to The apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, comedian, with an historical view of the stage to the present year
Cibber, Theophilus ; Fielding, Henry
London. Printed for J. Mechell. 1740. viii, 144 p.

An apology for the life of the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, or, The New Politics
London. Ward and Downey. 1885. xi, [1], 350, [2] p.

An apology for the nerves: or, Their influence and importance in health and disease
Lefevre, George William
London. Longmans, Brown, Green, and Longmans. 1844. xii, 363, [1] p.

An apology for the present Church of England as by law established: occasioned by a petition laid before Parliament for abolishing subscriptions, in a letter to one of the petitioners
Tucker, Josiah
Glocester. Printed by R. Raikes. 1772. 80 p.

An apology for the present Church of England as by law established: occasioned by a petition said to be preparing by certain clergymen and others, to be laid before Parliament, for abolishing subscriptions : in a letter to one of the petitioners
Tucker, Josiah
Glocester. Printed by R. Raikes. 1772. 76 p.

An apology for the religious society, called Free Quakers, in the city of Philadelphia: shewing that all churches who excommunicate, act inconsistently with the gospel of Jesus
Wetherill, Samuel
Philadelphia. Printed by Richard Folwell. [1798]. 37, [3] p. (p. [1-3] at end blank).

An apology for the revival of Christian architecture in England
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore
Oxford. St. Barnabas P. 1969. [8], 52 p., 9 plates.

An apology for the study of northern antiquities, 1715
Elstob, Elizabeth
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1956. v p., facsim.: XXXV p.

An apology for the value of human life
Thomasma, David C
St. Louis, MO. Catholic Health Association of the United States. c1983. xx, 169 p.

An apology in behalf of the Revd. Mr. Whitefield: offering a fair solution of certain difficulties, objected against some parts of his publick conduct ... as the said exceptions are set forth in a late pamphlet, intitled, A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield ... signed L.K
Foxcroft, Thomas
Boston. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1745. 38 p.

An apology made by George Joy, to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale. 1535
Joye, George ; Arber, Edward
Birmingham. [The editor]. 1882. xiv, 50 p.

An apology made by George Joy, to satisfy, if it may be, W. Tindale. 1535
Joye, George
[New York. AMS Press. 1967]. xiv, 50 p.