An apology of an appeale
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. 32 p.
An apology of the Church of England
Ithaca, N.Y. Published for the Folger Shakespeare Library by Cornell University Press. . 157 p.
An apology to the Irish people
Feehan, John M
Cork. Royal Carbery Books. c1988. 106 p.
An apology to the public, for a continued intrusion on their notice: with an appeal to the free and independent proprietors of bank stock, demonstrating that it is highly proper for them to examine into the state of their affairs
London. Printed at the Logographic Press. 1788. , 6-51,  p.
An Apology to the puppet government, with a policy of neither East nor the West
[Quetta]. Afghanistan Mujahid Freedom-Fighters Front. . 48 p.
A nápolyi asszony: regény
Budapest. Szépirodalmi Könyvkiadó. c1983. 477 p. ; 21 cm.
A Naponta ingázók adatai, 1979. január 1: összefoglaló eredmények
Budapest. Központi Statisztikai Hivatal. 1980. 108 p.
A Naponta ingázók adatai, 1979. január 1: részletes eredmények
Budapest. Központi Statisztikai Hivatal. 1980. 326 p.
A Naponta ingázók adatai, 1984. január 1
Budapest. Központi Statisztikai Hivatal. 1985. 611 p.
Velasco, Guillermo E
[Medellín. Fondo Rotatorio de Impr. Municipal. 1965]. 78 p.
An apostle of good will
Moton, Robert Russa
[Hampton, Va. Press of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. 1917]. 1 p.l., 7 p.
An Apostle of India's spiritual culture: souvenir released on the auspices of the sixtieth birthday anniversary (shashtyabdapurti) of H.H. Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj
Shivanandanagar, Dt. Tehri-Garhwal. Divine Life Society. 1976. xx, 311 p.
An apostle of joy
Lake, George Burt
[Chicago]. 1928. 48 p.
An apostle of the North: memoirs of the Right Reverend William Carpenter Bompas, D. D., first bishop of Athabaska, 1874-1884, first bishop of Mackenzie river, 1884-1891, first bishop of Selkirk (Yukon) 1891-1906
Cody, H. A
New York. E.P. Dutton and company. 1908. 2 p. l., vii-xviii, 19-385,  p.
An apostle of the western church: memoir of the Right Reverend Jackson Kemper ... first missionary bishop of the American church, with notices of some of his contemporaries; a contribution to the religious history of the western states
New York. T. Whittaker. 1900. xv, 231 p.
An apostolate to the apostolate--the missing link between pastoral development and scientific management: scientific pastoral administration
Bonar, James Charles
[Montreal]. 1968. xvii, 195,  l.
. viii, 39 p.
Kōṭṭayaṃ. Sāhitya Pravarthaka Cooperative Society Ltd. 1993. 654 p.
An Appalachian childhood
Glen Rock, N.J. Microfilming Corp. of America. 1978. On reel 1 of 2 microfilm reels.
An Appalachian family: the Kilgores : first generation after the Civil War
Weber, Shirley Kilgore
[Berea, KY : D & D Print. Co., Doug Sandlin]. c1996. xxiv, 86 p.
An Appalachian legacy: Mannington life and spirit
Prichard, Arthur C
Mannington, W.Va. A.C. Prichard. 1983. viii, 320 p.
An Appalachian medley: Hot Springs and the Gentry family
Painter, Jacqueline Burgin
Asheville, N.C. Biltmore Press. 1994-. v. <1 >.
An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression
Thomas, Jerry Bruce
Lexington, Ky. University Press of Kentucky. c1998. x, 316 p.
An Appalachian reader
Drake, Richard B
[n.p.]. 1970. 2 v. (212 p.).
An Appalachian studies teacher's manual
[Oak Ridge, Tenn.]. Children's Museum of Oak Ridge. 1981. 273 p.
An Appalachian symposium: essays written in honor of Cratis D. Williams
Williams, Cratis D ; Williamson, J. W
Boone, N.C. Appalachian State University Press ; distributed by Appalachian Journal. 1977. xii, 223 p.
An Appalachian tragedy: air pollution and tree death in the highland forest of eastern North America
Ayers, Harvard ; Hager, Jenny ; Little, Charles E
San Francisco, Calif. Sierra Club Books. 1998. 216 p.
An appalling talent: Ken Russell
London. Joseph. 1973. 240 p.
An apparatus and procedure for calibrating a water vapor analyzer in the 0.1- to 15-ppm range
Rhodes, Harold L
[Pgh. [i.e. Pittsburgh], Pa. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines. 1980. 8 p.
An apparatus of variant readings for Hume's Treatise of human nature, including a catalogue of Hume's manuscript amendments
Nidditch, P. H ; Hume, David
[Sheffield, Eng.]. Dept. of Philosophy, University of Sheffield. 1976. 55 p.
An apparent failure of the photon theory of scattering
Shankland, Robert S
[Lancaster, Pa. Lancaster press, inc. 1936]. 1 p. l., p. -13.
Phillips, Wm. S
[S.l. s.n. 18--]. 7 p.
An appeal addressed to the calm reflection of the authors of the Critical review: on 1. abusive language, 2. ambiguity and embarrassment, 3. espionnage and detraction, 4. the Jennerian discovery ; with letters to the authors of the Monthly review and British critic
Lettsom, John Coakley
London. Printed by J. Nichols and Son, Red-lion Passage; for J. Mawman, successor to Mr. Dilly. 1803. , 50 p.
An Appeal against anarchy of sex to the Constitutional Convention and the people of the state of New York
New-York. J. A. Gray & Green, printers. 1867. -21 p.
An appeal against faction, in respect to the concurrence of the present and the late administrations, to prevent the House of commons from performing its highest duties
London. J. Maynard. 1843. 3 p. l., -56 p.
An appeal against injustice to the chief magistrates, and all the good people of England: impartially relating the proceedings of the judges of the assize, and justices of the peace, in the county of Lincoln ... in the year 1662, against John Whitehead, John Cleasby, and many others
London. T. Sowle. 1703. p. [173-213].
An appeal and caution to the British nation: with proposals for the immediate or gradual emancipation of the slaves
Member of the Dominica Legislature
London. Printed for J. Richardson. 1824. viii, 82 p.
An appeal, civil and military: on the subject of the English constitution
London. Printed for the author. 1799. viii, 297 p.
An appeal concerning the tragic condition of the Kurdish people in Syria
London. Committee for the Advancement of Kurdistan-U.K. . , 9 p.
An appeale to truth, 1622
Menston (Yorks.). Scolar P. 1967. , 53 p.
An appeal for aid, in behalf of the suffering women and children of the South
New York. H. Croker, Sr. 1867. 26 p.
An Appeal for Cyprus
[ : Public Information Office, Turkish Federated State of Cyprus], 1976. 75 p. : ill. ; 31cm.
An appeal for freedom: made in the Assembly of the State of New York, March 7th, 1859
Spencer, Charles S
Albany, [N.Y.]. Weed, Parsons. 1859. 21 p.
An appeal for peace from Thailand
[Bangkok. The Thai Commercial Press. 1941]. 2 p. l., 11,  p.
An appeal for rationalism
Schuyler, Neb. Sun Publishing Company. c1926. 58 p.
An appeal for the bondwoman: to her own sex
Philadelphia. Merrihew and Thompson, printers. 1846. 36 p.
An appeal for the liberation and union of the Hellenic race
Reeves, William Pember
London. Anglo-Hellenic League. 1918. 23 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
An appeal for the orphans: sermon delivered February 8, 1857
Washington. W.M. Morrison & Co. 1857. 22 p.
An appeal for the preservation of City Hall Park, New York: with a brief history of the park
Hall, Edward Hagaman
New York. American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society. . 40 p.
An Appeal for the preservation of the Devil's Lake region
[Baraboo, Wis. s.n. 1906]. 38 p.
An appeal for the purchase and future preservation of the home and grave of Washington: March, 1857
Charleston. A. J. Burke. 1857. 8 p.
An appeal for the red man
Whipple, Henry Benjamin
Faribault, Rice Co., Minn. Central Republican Book and Job Office. 1863. 15 p.
An appeal from the citizens of Harper's Ferry and Boliver, W.Va
[West Virginia. s.n. 1872]. 7 p.
An appeal from the country to the city for the preservation of His Majesties person, liberty, property, and the Protestant religion
[London. s.n. 1679]. 7 [i.e. 8] p.
An appeal from the death row
Perarivalan, A. G
Thanjavur. Mo. Stalin Memorial Library. 2007. 64 p.
An appeal from the denunciations of the Rev. Dr. Mason, against rational Christians: addressed to all who acknowledge the religion of Jesus Christ, and fear God rather than man
Sewall, Henry D ; Unitarian of New-York
New-York. Published by the New-York Unitarian Book Society. 1822. [iii],iv-vi,,8-24p.
An appeal from the judgments of Great Britain respecting the United States of America
New York. Negro Universities Press. . lvi, 512 p.
An appeal from the new to the old Whigs: in consequence of some late discussions in Parliament, relative to the Reflections on the French revolution
London printed, New-York. Re-printed by Childs and Swaine, sold by Berry and Rogers, New-York, the principal booksellers in Philadelphia, Thomas and Andrews, Boston, and W.P. Young, Charleston, South-Carolina. 1791. 93,  p.
An appeal from the present popular systems of English philology, to common sense
Baltimore. Printed by B. Lundy. 1825. 52 p.
An appeal in aid of the Industrial College for Women and Girls
Boston. Isaac W. May, Printer. 1869. 8 p.
An appeal in aid of the Industrial Institute for Women and Girls
Batchelder, L. S
Boston. I.W. May, printer. 1869. 8 p.
An appeal in behalf of the Boston athen©Œum: addressed to the proprietors
Boston. Printed by J. Wilson & son. 1853. 15 p.
An appeal in favor of Americans called Africans
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis)
New York. Arno Press. 1968. 216 p.
An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans
Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Boston. Allen and Ticknor. 1833. 3 p. l., 232 p.
An appealing act: why people appeal in civil cases
Evanston, Ill. Northwestern University Press. 1999. viii, 197 p.
An appeal of murther from certain unjust judges, lately sitting at the Old Baily, to the righteous Judge of heaven and earth and to all sensible English-men, containing a relation of the tryal, behaviour, and death of Mr. William Anderton, executed June 16, 1693, at Tyburn, for pretended high-treason
[London. s.n. 1693]. 41,  p.
An appeal on behalf of the National Library of Peru and the Lima Geographical Society
[Washington. 1943].  p.
An appeal on the iniquity of slavery and the slave-trade
Cincinnati. A. Pugh & Co. 1844. 9 p.
An appeal recommended to the kind consideration of the Protestant clergy, and to all to whom the cause of Christ on Earth is dear, in behalf of the Protestant church, in the Diocese of Ohio
Kenyon, George Kenyon
[London?. s.n. 1827?]. 2,  p.
An appeal to all Christians, especially the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, against the practice of social dancing
Jones, John G
Saint Louis. P. M. Pinckard. 1867. iv, -66 p.
An appeal to all true Democrats: especially the Democrats of Wisconsin
Milwaukee. King & Fuller. 1849. 12 p.
An appeal to banks in particular, and the public in general
[Hartford, Conn.?. s.n.]. 1815. 40 p.
An appeal to British fair play
Berlin. Deutsche Verlags Gesellschaft fur Politik und Geschichte. 1924. 1 p. l., 5-78 p.
An appeal to British feelings: or, The brief and interesting narrative of Captain J. R. Cranebrook, who for assisting in the elopement of Miss Bellphina Baxter ... suffered two years imprisonment, with an account of their shipwreck
Cranebrook, J. R
Leeds. Printed for the author by E. Baines. 1820. 16 p.
An appeal to Christians, on the subject of slavery
Baltimore. Armstrong & Plaskitt. 1833. iv, -124 p.
An appeal to common reason and candor, in behalf of a review: submitted to the serious consideration of all unprejudiced members of the Church of England, with a word concerning some late remarks upon the free and candid disquisitions
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1750. , iv, 154 p.
An appeal to common sense in behalf of religion
London. Printed by J. Hughs and sold by J. Wilkie. 1768-1772. 2 v.
An appeal to Congress and to the people of the United States: some facts and texts for their consideration on the financial condition of the country, including some remarks on the action and policy of the Secretary of the Treasury and the speech of the Hon. Henry G. Stebbins
Townsend, Samuel P
[New York. s.n. 1864]. 12 p.
An appeal to Congress by the citizens of Rock Island and Moline, Illinois and Davenport, Iowa [microform]: in favor of a National Armory on the site of Fort Armstrong, on the island of Rock Island, in the state of Illinois
Rock Island, Illinois. Daily Argus and Job Printing Office. 1861. 14 p.,  folded leaf of plates : map ; 22 cm.
An appeal to congressmen: proceedings--part A and aftermath--part B
Bangalore. Printed at Bangalore Press. 1959. 1 v. (various pagings).
An appeal to conscience: America's code of caste a disgrace to democracy
Miami, Fla. Mnemosyne Pub. Co. . 108 p.
An appeal to England on behalf of the abused Africans: a poem
Dublin. Sold by R. Jackson and W. Sleator. 1792. 24 p.
An appeal to England on behalf of the abused Africans: a poem
London. Printed and sold by J. Phillips. 1798. 34 p.
An appeal to facts: in a letter to the Right Hon. Earl Temple
Stair, John Dalrymple
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1763. 21 p.
An Appeal to facts regarding the home trade and inland manufactures of Great Britain and Ireland
London. Printed for George Woodfall. 1751. viii, 9-64 p.
An appeal to fellow Nigerians: why you should be a socialist
London. E. Stanley Impex Co. [c1981]. 55 p.
An appeal to friends of the administration [microform]: drawn from their own documents
Mann, Jonathan B
[Boston?. s.n. 1840?]. 8 p. ; 25 cm.
An appeal to Hindu law-makers for constitutional ban on coversion of Hindus
Talrejā, Kanaʼiyālālu Manghandāsu
New Delhi. Rashtriya Chetana Sangathan. 2002. 181 p.
An appeal to His Excellency the Governor, His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, the Honorable Council, the Honorable Senate, and to each member of the House of Representatives, in general court assembled
[Boston. s.n. 1812]. 8 p.
An appeal to history: the truth about a singular lawsuit
USA. Universal Publishers. 1999. 304 p.
An appeal to honour and justice: tho' it be of his worst enemies
London. Printed for J. Baker. 1715. , 58 p.
An appeal to impartial posterity
Oxford . Woodstock Books. 1990. viii, 188, 151 p.
An appeal to impartial posterity: by Madame Roland, wife of the minister of the interior: or, A collection of tracts written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pelagie, in Paris, in four parts
Roland ; Bosc, L. A. G
New-York. Printed by Robert Wilson, For A. Van Hook, Proprietor of the Reading-Room. 1798. 2 v.
An appeal to impartial posterity, by citizeness Roland: Or, A collection of pieces written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pelagie
London. T. Johnson. 1795. 4 v. in 2.
An appeal to matter of fact and common sense: Or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
New-York. Published by John Wilson and Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist connection in the United States. 1810. xi, -236 p.
An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
[Philadelphia]. Bristol printed, Philadelphia re-printed by Melchior Steiner. 1783. xi, , 13-271 p.
An appeal to matter of fact & common sense: recommended to the serious con[s]ideration of the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, &c. : to which is affixed, a letter to the ****
New-York. Printed by T. Kirk. 1798. vii, -31,  p.
An appeal to our people for our people
[New York?. s.n. 1875]. 24 p.
An appeal to professing Christians respecting the attitude of the church in regard to war
Philadelphia. Friends' Book Store. 1896. 8 p.
An appeal to public opinion
Lowell, A. Lawrence
[New York] : League to Enforce Peace. [1915?]. 5 p.
An appeal to the British nation on the treatment experienced by Napoleon Buonaparte in the island of St. Helena
London. Ridgways. 1817. 51 p.
An appeal to the Canadian institute on the rectification of Parliament
Toronto. The Copp, Clark Company, Limited. 1892. 176 p.
An appeal to the candid of all denominations, in which the obligation, subjects, and mode of baptism are discussed
Baltimore. Armstrong & Berry. 1836. 321 p.
An appeal to the candor, magnanimity, and justice of those in power, to relieve from severe and opprobrious severities and penalties, a great number of their fellow subjects
London. [s.n.]. printed 1787. 13,  p.
An appeal to the church: the mission of the church in Asia
Florez, Generoso M
Anand, India. Gujarat Sahitya Prakash. 1986. xviii, 213 p.
An appeal to the citizens of Buffalo and of the county of Erie in behalf of new and more efficient means of medical relief for the sick poor
Buffalo. Press of Thomas & Co. 1841. 24 p.
An appeal to the citizens of London against the alledged lawful mode of packing special juries
Wooler, T. J
London. T.J. Wooler. 1817. 32 p.
An appeal to the common feelings of mankind: in behalf of the negroes in the West India Islands
London. Printed and sold by A.A. Paris. 1823. 24 p.
An Appeal to the common sense of Scotsmen: especially those of the landed interest, and more especially freeholders ... : together with a proposal of the last importance for saving the country from ruin
Edinburgh. Printed by W. Sands ... [and 2 others]. 1747. 10, 66 p.
An appeal to the Congress of the United States
Washington. Office of The Great Republic. 1868. 26 p.
An Appeal to the Congress of the United States [microform]
[S.l. s.n. 1902?].  p. ; 28 cm.
An appeal to the Congress of the United States from the Society of Old Brooklynites: for the erection of a monument over the remains of 11,500 prisoners who died on board the British prison ships during the Revolutionary War
Brooklyn. G. Tremlett. 1890. 28 p.
An appeal to the Congress of the United States on the subject of bank tax and bank currency
[Trenton. s.n.]. 1864. 18 p.
An appeal to the County of Lincoln and all lovers of ancient sites to preserve Bardney Abbey
Laing, Charles Edward
[Lincoln, Eng. J.W. Ruddock & Sons, printers. 1909?. 16 p.