An appeal to the creditors of the Bank of Maryland: and the public generally
Poultney, Evan
Baltimore. Printed by J. D. Toy. 1835. 58 p.

An Appeal to the Democratic Party: on the principles of a national convention for the nomination of President and Vice President of the United States
[n. p. 1844?]. 7 p.

An appeal to the descendants of General Nathanael Greene for his remains and to Congress for a monument over these at Guilford battle ground, North Carolina
Morehead, Joseph M
Greensboro, N.C. 1902. 15 p.

An appeal to the enlightened sentiment of the people of the United States for the safeguarding of the future development of the capital of the nation
Washington, D.C. Press of B.S. Adams. 1916. [20] p.

An appeal to the executive of Pennsylvania: an address to Governor John F. Hartranft, invoking the aid of the state against the unlawful acts of corporations : presented August 15, 1878
Campbell, B. B ; Patterson, E. G ; Hartranft, John F
Titusville, Pa. Graham & Lake, Printers. 1878. 24 p.

An appeal to the friends of education in Great Britain: on behalf of the children of the poor free people and of domestic slaves on the island of Jamaica
London. I.T. Hinton, printer. [18--?]. 1 sheet.

An appeal to the friends of education in Great Britain on behalf of the children of poor free people and of domestic slaves on the island of Jamaica
London. I.T. Hinton,printer. [1824?]. 1 p.

An appeal to the friends of humanity
Spear, Charles
[Boston. Prisoners' Friend Office. 1855]. 7 p.

An appeal to the friends of religion and literature, in behalf of the University of Upper Canada
Strachan, John
London. Printed by R. Gilbert. 1827. 24 p.

An appeal to the friends of the Bible and of equal rights: with reference to the rejection of an application made to the Legislature of the State of New York by the American and Foreign Bible Society in 1845
New York. J.R. Bigelow. 1845. 31 p.

An appeal to the good sense of the Democrats and the public spirit of the Federalists
Phillips, Willard
Boston. Printed by John Eliot. 1814. 23 p.

An appeal to the gospel: or, An inquiry into the justice of the charge, alleged by Methodists and other objectors, that the Gospel is not preached by the national clergy: in a series of discourses delivered before the University of Oxford in the year 1812, at the lecture founded by the late Rev. J. Bampton, M.A., Canon of Salisbury
Mant, Richard
Oxford. The University Press for the author; sold by J. Parker. 1813. xv, 540 p.

An appeal to the Government to abandon the idea of state publication of text books
[Madras. Publishers' Association of South India. 1958]. vi, 108 p.

An appeal to the impartial public by the Society of Christian Independents, congregating in Gloucester
Sullivan, James
Boston. Printed by Benjamin Edes & Son. 1785. 39, [1] p.

An appeal to the impartial public, in behalf of the oppressed: being an answer to their call, from the Massachusetts Gazette, or Boston Weekly News-Paper of Thursday June 16th, respecting a piece in that paper of May 12th, 1768, signed by eleven ministers in Boston, with some remarks on that singular publication
Murray, John
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Printed and sold by D. and R. Fowle. 1768. 37, [1] p.

An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain: in the present disputes with America
Lee, Arthur
London. Printed for J. Almon. M DCC LXXIV. 2 p. l., 63 p.

An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain, in the present disputes with America
Lee, Arthur
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1775. 32 p.

An appeal to the landed interest of Great Britain on the operation of the commercial treaty with France
Country gentleman ; Reid, George
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1787. 95, [1] p.

An appeal to the learned: being a vindication of the right of visible saints to the Lord's Supper, though they be destitute of a saving work of God's spirit on their hearts, against the exceptions of Mr. Increase Mather
Stoddard, Solomon
Boston. Printed by B. Green for Samuel Phillips. 1709. [6], 98 p.

An appeal to the legislature of the United States and to the citizens individually of the several states: against the conduct of the secretary of the Treasury
Fraunces, Andrew G
[New York?]. Printed for Andrew G. Fraunces, Esq. 1793. 23, [1] p.

An appeal to the Legislature of West Virginia: in behalf of the officers and members of the West Virginia Historical and Antiquarian Society, for aid in carrying out the objects of its creation
Charleston. M.W. Donnally Printer. 1891. 9 p.

An appeal to the Loco focos: drawn from their own documents
Mann, Jonathan B
[Boston. Office of the "Whig Republican," by May & Moore. 1840]. 12 p.

An Appeal to the members elect of the Legislature of the State of New-York
Native American
[S.l. s.n.]. 1837. 11 p.

An appeal to the old Whigs of Massachusetts
[n.p.]. 1806. 20 p.

An appeal to the old Whigs of New-Hampshire
Plumer, William
[Concord?. The Author. 1805?]. 16 p.

An appeal to the parliament, or, Sion's plea against the prelacie: the summe whereoff is delivered in a decade of positions : in the handling vvhereoff the Lord Bishops and their appurtenances are manifestlie proved both by divine and humane lawes to be intruders vpon the priviledges of Christ, of the King, and of the common-vveal, and threfore vpon good evidence given, she hartelie desireth a iudgement and execution
Leighton, Alexander ; Stam, Jan Fredericksz
J.F. Stam]. [Amsterdam. [16], 344 p.

An appeal to the patriot and Christian on the importance of the Gospel: its ministry, its sabbath, and its ordinances to the well-being and perpetuity of our free institutions
Brownlee, W. C
New York. American Tract Society. [18--]. 28 p.

An appeal to the people: Glasnost, aims and means
Kolstø, Pål
Oslo, Norge. Institutt for Forsvarsstudier. [1988?]. 56 p.

An appeal to the people
Phelps, Elisha Payne
[Staunton. E.P. Phelps]. 1868. 20 p.

An appeal to the people of England and Scotland in behalf of Warren Hastings, Esq
Thomson, William
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1787. [4], 60 p.

An appeal to the people of Georgia: containing an "introduction" setting forth the object of the appeal, the "constitutional ammendment," the recent "Act of Congress," known as the "military law," the resolutions adopted by the meeting in Atlanta on the 4th of March, the "Address of Ex-Gov. Joseph E. Brown" to that meeting, and lastly, "A word of warning in an hour of danger" : Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1867
[S.l. s.n. 1867?]. 12 p.

An appeal to the people of Ireland
Carey, W. P
Dublin. [s.n.]. September, 1794. xliv, 196 p.

An appeal to the people of Maine on the question of separation
[n.p. 1816]. 21 p.

An appeal to the people of Maryland
Annapolis. R. F. Bonsall, printer. 1868. 19 p.

An appeal to the people of Pennsylvania on the subject of an asylum for the insane poor of the commonwealth
Cope, Thomas P
Philadelphia. Printed for the Committee. 1838. 24 p.

...An appeal to the people of the North
[Louisville] Ky. 1861]. 16 p.

An appeal to the people of the state of New-York, on the expediency of abolishing the Council of Appointment
Haines, Charles G
New-York. [s.n.]. 1819. 83 p.

An appeal to the people of the United States in behalf of art, artists, and the public weal
Spooner, Shearjashub
New York. J.J. Reed. 1854. 27 p.

An appeal to the people of the United States, in behalf of the great statue, Liberty enlightening the world
New York. s.n. 1882 [i.e. 1884]. 10 p., [1] leaf of plates.

An Appeal to the people of the United States, shewing the conditions of the slaves of the South, contrasted with the poor laborers of Europe and America
Charleston [S.C.]. Thos. A. Hayden. 1835. 16 p.

An appeal to the people of western Virginia
Browne, P. A
[S.l. s.n. 1848?]. 8 p.

An appeal to the people on the causes and consequences of a war with Great Britain
Lowell, John
Boston. Printed by T.B. Wait and Co. 1811. 36 p.

An appeal to the public: on the controversy respecting the revolution in Harvard college, and the events which have followed it; occasioned by the use which has been made of certain complaints and accusations of Miss Hannah Adams, against the author
Morse, Jedidiah
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed for the author. 1814. viii, 190, [2] p.

An appeal to the public
Vans, William
Salem. Printed for W. Vans. 1827. 116 p.

An Appeal to the public, against Mr. Sheridan's intended scheme for a monopoly of the stage
Dublin. Printed for R. Moncrieffe. 1772. 27 p.

An appeal to the public, and a farewell address to the Army
Hogan, Denis
London. G. Gorman. 1808. 62 p.

An appeal to the public, and a farewell address to the Army
Hogan, Denis
Washington City. Dinmore & Cooper, Printers. 1810. 35 p.

An appeal to the public, especially to the learned, with respect to the unlawfulness of divorces, in all cases, excepting those of incontinency: the substance of the argument was pleaded before the Consociation of the County of New-Haven, December 9th, 1785 : to which an appendix is subjoined, exhibiting a general view of the laws and customs of Connecticut, and of their deficiency respecting the point in dispute
Trumbull, Benjamin
New-Haven. Printed by J. Meigs. 1788. 53, [3] p.

An appeal to the public for religious liberty against the oppressions of the present day
Backus, Isaac
Boston. Printed by John Boyle. 1773. 62, [2] p.

An appeal to the public in a case of cruelty: inflicted on a child of Mr. Jaquith, at the Mayhew school in Hawkins-st. by Wm. Clough, showing the method and means made use of by a few of Mr. Clough's partizns to sustain him in office against the wishes of the people : together with other matter
Jaquith, Moses
Boston. Published for the benefit of the public. 1832. 24 p.

An appeal to the public, in behalf of Elizabeth Canning: in which the material facts in her story are fairly stated, and shewn to be true, on the foundation of evidence
Cox, Daniel ; Canning, Elizabeth
London. Printed for W. Meadows ..., and sold by J. Jolliffe ... and W. Owen. 1753. [4], 56 p.

An appeal to the public, in behalf of George Johnstone, Esq., governor of West-Florida: in answer to the North Briton extraordinary and in consequence of other matters not taken notice of in that extraordinary publication
London. Printed for C. Moran. 1763. 44 p.

An appeal to the publick, or, A faithful account of the barbarous and cruel usage of Mr. Mitchell, in the first troop of His M-----y's horse-guards, in imprisoning him on a pretence of his being mad: with the true cause of his confinement
Powell, Samuel
London [i.e. Dublin]. Printed for Timothy Tremor [i.e. Samuel Powell] near Temple-Gate. MDCCL [1750]. 9, [1] p.

An appeal to the public on behalf of Samuel Vaughan, esq
Vaughan, Samuel ; Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy
London. E. and C. Dilly. 1770. 2 p. l., 8-9, [2], 136 p.

An appeal to the public on the conduct of David Evans, Esq., late mayor, and John Noble and James Harvey, Esqrs., aldermen of Bristol: with a postscript to which is prefixed an admonitory letter to Mr. Alderman Noble
Walker, C. H
[Bristol. s.n.]. 1807. 32 p.

An appeal to the public, on the subject of the national debt
Price, Richard
London. T. Cadell. 1772. 2 p. l., 52 p.

An appeal to the religion, justice, and humanity of the inhabitants of the British Empire: in behalf of the negro slaves in the West Indies
Wilberforce, William
London. For J. Hatchard and Son. 1823. 77 p.

An appeal to the republicans of Massachusetts against gag resolutions and forced pledges
Republican
Boston. [s.n.]. 1862. 12 p.

An appeal to the Senate of the United States by the delegate of the settlers on the Houmas land claim
Tillotson, Romanta
[Washington. s.n. 1860]. 8 p.

An appeal to the serious and candid professor of Christianity: on the following subjects. I. The use of reason in matters of religion. II. The power of man to do the will of God. III. Original sin. IV. Election and reprobation. V. The divinity of Christ. and VI. Atonement for sin by the death of Christ
Priestley, Joseph
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell. 1784. 57, [1] p.

An appeal to the thoughtful and intelligent colored Americans: "we stand for men and measures, rather than parties" : our mission, "the political emancipation of the colored man of America"
Washington, D.C. The League. [1912]. [7] p.

An appeal to the tribunal of public justice: being a concise statement of the facts which led to the extraordinary case of Stockton versus Hopkins
Hopkins, Thomas ; Stockton, Richard
Philadelphia. Printed for the author. 1808. 48 p.

An appeal to the United Nations, Lake Success, New York
New York. [1947?]. 11 p.

An appeal to the unprejudiced: in a supplement to The vindication of the worship of God according to the Church of England : from the injurious and uncharitable reflections of Mr. Jonathan Dickinson
Beach, John
Boston. [s.n.]. 1737. 106 p.

An appeal to the unprejudiced: concerning the present discontents occasioned by the late convention with Spain
Gordon, Thomas
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1739. 32 p.

An Appeal to the volunteers in Scotland, from seven of the Royal Air Corps: on the manner they have been used by the major of that corps : because they would not countenance him in taking pay for services they had gratuitously offered government, during the continuance of this war
Webster, John ; M'Clelland, Thomas
[Scotland. s.n.]. 1796. 30 p.

An appeal to the whole country, for an union of parties: on the basis of the principles of Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, in favor of Gen. Taylor's administration
Minor, Benjamin B
The United States. 1850. 60 p.

An appeal to the women of the nominally free states
Boston. I. Knapp. 1838. 70 p.

An appeal to the women of the nominally free states
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1971. 70 p.

An appeal to the young
Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich
Chicago. Free Society Group of Chicago. 1931. 20 p.

An appeal to the young
Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich
New York, N.Y. Resistance Press. [1948]. [4], 20 p.

"An appearance of strength": the fortifications of Louisbourg
Fry, Bruce W
Ottawa, Ont. National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada. 1984. 2 v.

An appendix containing a summary of such acts of Assembly as have been in force within this province: for regulating of descents, and transfering the property lands, &c., but since expired, altered or repealed
Franklin, Benjamin ; Stevens, Henry
Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin. 1742. 24 p.

An appendix intended to illustrate the merits and objects of A letter of vindication, addressed to the president of the United States
Keene, Richard Raynal
Washington. Printed by E. De Krafft. 1825. 11 p.

An appendix to an appendix of prose: a supplement to a supplement of "I Protest"; the letters and articles of Sandor Berger, Australia 1964-1968
Berger, Sandor Petöfi
[Sydney. Interstellar Publications for the Author. 1968]. 730 p.

An appendix to Colby of Great Torrington, containing an account of families of the same name in other counties and additional notes to the former volume [microform]
Colby, Frederic Thomas
[S.l. s.n.]. 1880. 17 p., [1] leaf of plates : coat of arms, geneal. tables ; 28 cm.

An appendix to John Bull still in his senses: or, Law is a bottomless-pit
Arbuthnot, John ; Swift, Jonathan
London. J. Morphew. 1712. 22 p.

An appendix to Shakspeare's Dramatic works
Shakespeare, William ; Skottowe, Augustine
Leipsic. E. Fleischer. 1826. 4 p. l., 83 p., 1 l., [5], 88-192 p.

An appendix to the American edition of the life of Archbishop Secker: containing His Grace's letter to the Revd. Mr. Macclanechan, on the irregularity of his conduct, with an introductory narrative
Chandler, Thomas Bradbury ; Secker, Thomas ; McClenachan, William
New-York. Printed by H. Gaine. 1774. xx, 28 p.

An appendix to the foregoing work, being remarks on some particulars in a late pamphlet entituled Divine right of infant-baptism, &c
Griffith, Benjamin ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Morgan, Abel
Philadelphia. Printed by B. Franklin. 1747. 14, [2] p.

An appendix to the History of Scotland: Containing, I. A detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots, concerning the murder of her husband, and her ... marriage with the Earl Bothwel ... II. De jure regni apud Scotos
Buchanan, George
London. Printed by S. Palmer, for S. Illidge. 1721. 7 p. l., 157, [11], 165-352 p.

An appendix to The modern justice: containing the particular business of the quarter sessions, viz. the chairman's charge : the methods of proceeding in trials of criminals : motions and trials of cause relating to settlements : determinations of justices, [et]c., with variety of cases thereupon : to which is added, the power of mayors of corporations, [et]c. given by acts of Parliament
Jacob, Giles ; Jacob, Giles
In the Savoy [London]. Printed by Eliz. Nutt and R. Gosling (assigns of Edw. Sayer Esq.) for Bernard Lintot. MDCCXVIII [1718]. [2], 69, [1] p.

An appendix to the New Testament
Winthrop, James
Cambridge [Mass.]. Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1809. 211 p.

An appendix to the Notes on Virginia relative to the murder of Logan's family
Jefferson, Thomas ; Jefferson, Thomas
Philadelphia. Printed by Samuel H. Smith. 1800. 51, [1] p.

An appendix to the third and last edition of the Probate directory: containing all the laws concerning probate matters, passed since that edition was printed, (in October, 1812) : together with a number of forms, grounded thereon
Freeman, Samuel ; Freeman, Samuel
Boston. Printed ... by Munroe & Francis, for Thomas & Andrews. June, 1818. 65, [3] p.

An appetite for ale
Beckett, Fiona ; Beckett, Will
St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Campaign for Real Ale. c2007. 192 p.

An appetite for life: the education of a young diarist, 1924-1927
Ritchie, Charles
Toronto. Macmillan of Canada. c1977. x, 173 p.

An appetite for passion: cookbook
Lowell, Ivana ; Fine, Lisa ; Willoughby, John
New York. Miramax Books. c1995. xi, 116 p.

An appetite for poetry
Kermode, Frank
Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press. 1989. 242 p.

An appetite for power: Buthelezi's Inkatha and South Africa
Maré, Gerhard ; Hamilton, Georgina
Johannesburg. Ravan Press. 1987. 261 p.

An apple a day
Barrett, Judi ; Lewis, Tim
New York. Atheneum. 1973. [32 p.].

An apple a day!
Gillis, Jennifer Storey ; Delmonté, Patti
Pownal, Vt. Storey Communications. c1993. 60 p.

An apple a day
Gosse, Philip
London. Cassell. [1948]. 195 p.

An apple a day
Kaufman, Lenard
New York, Holt. [1955]. 285 p.

An apple a day
Lane, William Arbuthnot
London. Methuen & co. ltd. [1935]. 4 p. l., 183, [1] p.

An apple a day
Miller, W. Barry
New York. Vantage Press. c1997. ix, 344 p.

An apple a day?: Is it enough today?
Morter, M. T
Rogers Ark. Best Research, Inc. c1997. vii, 196 p.

An apple a day: from orchard to you
Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw ; Muñoz, William
New York. Cobblehill Books/Dutton. c1990. 64 p.

An apple a day: the myths, misconceptions, and truths about the foods we eat
Schwarcz, Joseph A
New York. Other Press. c2009. p. cm.

An apple a day: adventures of a country doctor
Slater, Cornelius
New York. Vanguard Press. c1987. 211 p.

An apple a day: a heartwarming collection of true horse stories
Gatto, Kimberly
Boonsboro, MD. Half Halt Press. c2000. xi, 322 p.

An Apple a day
Hays, Joyce Samhammer
South Brunswick. A. S. Barnes. c1976. 289 p.

An Apple a day--
Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville Academy of Medicine Alliance. c1993. 158 p.

An apple festival: orchards in autumn
Gabbert, Lisa
New York. PowerKids Press. 1999. 24 p.

An apple for Eve
Norris, Kathleen Thompson
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc. 1942. 340 p.

An apple for Harriet Tubman
Turner, Glennette Tilley ; Keeter, Susan
Morton Grove, Ill. Albert Whitman. 2006. 1 v. (unpaged).

An Apple for kids
Boren, Sharon
Beaverton, Or. Dilithium Press. c1984. viii, 231 p.

An Apple for my teacher: twelve authors tell about teachers who made the difference
Rubin, Louis Decimus
Chapel Hill, N.C. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. 1987. xiv, 186 p.

An Apple for my teacher: twelve writers tell about teachers who made all the difference
Rubin, Louis Decimus
Chapel Hill, N.C. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. 1990. xiv, 186 p.

An apple for the sergeant
Cotterell, Anthony
London. Hutchinson. [1944]. 185 p.

An apple for the teacher: a centennial history of the Winnipeg School Division
Chafe, J. W
Winnipeg. [Winnipeg School Division No. 1]. 1967. vi, 181 p.

An Apple for the teacher: fundamentals of instructional computing
Culp, George H ; Nickles, Herbert
Monterey, Calif. Brooks/Cole Pub. Co. c1983. xi, 239 p.

An Apple for the teacher: computers and work in elementary schools
Evans-Andris, Melissa
Thousand Oaks, Calif. Corwin Press. c1996. xiii, 191 p.

An Apple for the teacher
Ruggles, Marilyn
Denver. Love Pub. Co. c1983. v, 111 p.

An apple for the teacher?: choice and technology in learning
Canberra. Australian Govt. Pub. Service. c1989. ix, 127 p.

An apple from Eve
Neels, Betty
Boston, Mass. G.K. Hall. 1990. 247 p. (large print).

An apple from Eve
Neels, Betty
Toronto . Harlequin Books. [2003], c1981. 218 p.

An apple is red
Curry, Nancy ; Mandlin, Harvey
Glendale, Calif. Bowmar Pub. Corp. [c1967]. [27] p. (chiefly col. illus.).

An Apple orchard survey of Wayne County, New York
Craig, John ; Warren, George F ; McCourt, Walter Edward
Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University. 1905. p. 232-410.

An apple pie for dinner
VanHecke, Susan ; Baicker-McKee, Carol
Tarrytown, N.Y. Marshall Cavendish. 2008. p. cm.

An apple to eat or cross the street
Weissman, Sam Q
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Prentice-Hall. c1980. [32] p.

An apple tree through the year
Schnieper, Claudia ; Baumli, Othmar
Minneapolis, Minn. Carolrhoda Books. 1987, c1982. 48 p.

An application for urban planning assistance funds for continuing comprehensive state planning in the State of Wisconsin
[Madison]. 1968. xix, 177 p.

An application of 0-1 pattern to the diagnosis in breast cancer
Woubneh, Wolde-Aregai
1972. x, 130 p.

An application of advanced technology to the educational system of a developing nation
Los Angeles. University of California, Dept. of Engineering]. 1968. xii, 401 p.

An application of a dynamic cost-of-living index to the evaluation of changes in social welfare
Smolensky, Eugene ; Lee, Myung-Hoon ; Gaag, J. van der ; Benson, David
[Madison]. University of Wisconsin-Madison. [1986]. 42 p.

An application of automation to bankruptcy administration and processes: prepared for the Commission on the Bankruptcy Laws of the United States
Fiorello, Marco R ; MacInnes, A. B
Santa Monica, Ca. Rand. 1973. xv, 115 p.

An application of Bernard E. Meland's philosophy of education to his philosophy of religion
O'Brian, Leonard Walter
1974. ii, 90 leaves.