A narrative of an exploratory visit to each of the consular cities of China, and to the islands of Hong Kong and Chusan: in behalf of the Church Missionary Society, in the years 1844, 1845, 1846
Smith, George
London. Seeley, Burnside & Seeley [etc.]. 1847. iv, 532 p.

A narrative of an exploratory visit to each of the consular cities of China, and to the islands of Hong Kong and Chusan: in behalf of the Church missionary society, in the years 1844, 1845, 1846
Smith, George
New York. Harper & brothers. 1857. xv, [1], 467 p. incl. plates, fold. map.

A narrative of an extraordinary escape
Smethurst, Gamaliel
New York. Garland Pub. 1977. 48 p.

A narrative of Arctic discovery, from the earliest period to the present time: With the details of the measures adopted by Her Majesty's government for the relief of the expedition under Sir John Franklin
Shillinglaw, John J[oseph]
London. W. Shoberl. 1850. xx, 348 p.

A narrative of a Revolutionary soldier: some of the adventures, dangers, and sufferings of Joseph Plumb Martin
Martin, Joseph Plumb
New York. Signet Classics. 2001. xii, 260 p.

A narrative of a tour of observation: made during the summer of 1817
Philadelphia. Published by S. A. Mitchell & H. Ames, Clark & Raser Printers. 1818. xii, [13]-228, xxxvi p.

A narrative of a tour through the state of Vermont from April 27 to June 12, 1789
Perkins, Nathan
Rutland, Vt. C. E. Tuttle Co. [1964]. 44 p. (on double leaves).

A narrative of a tour through the state of Vermont from April 27 to June 12, 1789
Perkins, Nathan
Woodstock, Vt. The Elm Tree Press. 1920. 31 p.

A narrative of a visit to the Australian colonies
Backhouse, James
London. Hamilton, Adams and Co. 1843. xviii, 560, cxliv p., [28] leaves of plates.

A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa
Backhouse, James
London. Hamilton, Adams. 1844. xvi, 648, lvi p.

A narrative of a voyage round the world, commenced in 1816, and ended in 1824: in which is contained some account of the natives of the Sandwich Islands, and likewise of the inhabitants of Chili [sic] and Peru; with some remarks on the public conduct of Lord Cochrane
Melvin, John L
Georgetown, D.C. 1825. 27 p.

A narrative of a voyage to Arabia, India: &c., performed in the years 1781, 82, 83, and 84
James, Silas
London. Printed by W. Glindon. [1797]. 1 p. l., vi, 232 p.

A narrative of a voyage to New Holland and Van Diemen's Land: a facsimile extract from a narrative of voyages and travels in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, comprising three voyages round the world, together with a voyage of survey and discovery in the Pacific Ocean and Oriental Islands
Delano, Amasa
Hobart, Tasmania. Cat & Fiddle Press. 1973. [56] p.

A narrative of captivity and sufferings
Van Horne, James
New York. Garland Pub. 1977. 18 p.

A narrative of captivity in Abyssinia: with some account of the late emperor Theodore, his country and people
Blanc, Henry
[London]. F. Cass. 1970. xii, 409 p.

A narrative of capture, detention, and ransom
Johnston, Charles
New York. Garland Pub. 1975. 264 p.

A narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's captivity
Allen, Ethan
Burlington [Vt.]. C. Goodrich. 1846. 120 p.

A narrative of Colonel Ethan Allen's captivity: from the time of his being taken by the British, near Montreal, on the 25th day of September, in the year 1775 to the time of his exchange, on the 6th day of May, 1778
Allen, Ethan ; Force, Peter
Philadelphia: Printed. Boston: Reprinted by Draper and Folsom, at their printing Office, at the corner of Winter-Street. [1779]. 40 p.

A narrative of Colonel Ethan Allen's captivity: containing his voyages & travels
Allen, Ethan
New York. Printed for the Fort Ticonderoga Museum by R.W. Ellis, the Georgian Press. 1930. xviii, 134 p., [7] leaves of plates (1 folded).

A narrative of Colonel Ethan Allen's captivity
Allen, Ethan
Burlington [Vt.]. H. Johnson & co. 1838. 144 p.

A narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's experiences in the Rocky Mountain fur trade from 1825 to 1835
Campbell, Robert ; Holloway, Drew Alan
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. [1991]. 67 p.

A narrative of communal politics: Uttar Pradesh, 1937-39
Misra, Salil
Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications. 2001. 362 p.

A narrative of events and difficulties in the colonization of Oregon, and the settlement of California: and, also, a history of the claim of American citizens to lands on Quadras Island; together with an account of the troubles and tribulations endured between the years 1824 and 1852
Kelley, Hall J
Boston. Printed by Thurston, Torry & Emerson. 1852. 92 p.

A narrative of events at Lake George, from the early colonial times to the close of the revolution
DeCosta, B. F
New York. 1868. 74 p.

A narrative of events conected with the introduction of sulphuric ether into surgical use
Hodges, Richard Manning
Boston. Little, Brown and company. 1891. vi, [7]-159 p.

A narrative of events connected with the first abdication of the Emperor Napoleon: his embarkation at Frejus and voyage to Elba, on board His Majesty's ship Undaunted
Ussher, Thomas ; Laborde, Etienne de
Dublin. Grant and Bolton. 1841. 100 p.

A narrative of events connected with the introduction of sulphuric ether into surgical use
Hodges, Richard Manning
[Boston]. Milford House. [1973]. p.

A narrative of events in the south of France, and of the attack on New Orleans, in 1814 and 1815
Cooke, John Henry
London. T. & W. Boone. 1835. iv, 319 p.

A narrative of events since the 1st of August, 1834
Williams, James
London. Printed for the Central Emancipation Committee. 1838. 80 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834
Williams, James ; Paton, Diana
Durham. Duke University Press. 2001. lxiii, 141 p.

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834
Williams, James
London. Printed by J. Rider. [1837]. 26 p.

A narrative of events which have recently occurred in the island of Ceylon
Gentleman on the spot
London. T. Egerton. 1815. 73 p.

A narrative of excursions, voyages, and travels, performed at different periods in America, Europe, Asia, and Africa
Rapelje, George
New York. Printed for the author. 1834. 416 p.

A narrative of explorations in New Mexico, Arizona, Indiana, etc: Together with a brief history of the department
Moorehead, Warren King ; Fowke, Gerard
Andover, Mass. The Andover Press. 1906. 179 p., 1 l., [19] p. incl. illus.

A narrative of facts, relating to a prosecution for high treason: including the address to the jury, which the court refused to hear, with letters to the Attorney General, Lord Chief Justice Eyre, Mr. Serjeant Adair, the Honourable Thomas Erskine, and Vicary Gibbs Esq., and the defence the author had prepared, if he had been brought to trial
Holcroft, Thomas
London. Printed for H.D. Symonds. 1795. [4], 136, 79, [1] p.

A narrative of four voyages
Morrell, Benjamin
Upper Saddle River, N.J. Gregg Press. [1970, c1832]. 492 p.

A narrative of further excavations at Zimbabye (Mashonaland)
Willoughby, John C
London. G. Philip & son; [etc., etc.]. 1893. xiii, [3]-43 p.

A narrative of his connection with the Old American Company, from the fifth September 1792, to the thirty-first of March 1797
Hodgkinson, John
New York. Printed by J. Oram. 1797. 28, [4] p. (last leaf blank).

A narrative of hope
Guy, Verla Deatherage
Galesburg, Ill. (P.O. Box 13, Galesburg 61402-0013). Knox County Genealogical Society. 1984. 103 p.

A narrative of human response to natural disaster: the eruption of Parícutin; San Juan Nuevo Parangaricutiro: memories of past years
Gutiérrez, Celedonio
[College Station]. Texas A&M University. 1972. 78 l.

A narrative of Joshua Davis, an American citizen, who was pressed and served on board six ships of the British navy: The whole being an interesting and faithful narrative of the discipline, various practices and treatment of pressed seamen in the British navy, and containing information that never was before presented to the American people
Davis, Joshua
Boston. Printed by B. True, no. 78, State street. 1811. 72 p.

A narrative of Lord Byron's last journey to Greece: Extracted from the journal of Count Peter Gamba, who attended his lordship on that expedition
Gamba, Pietro
London. J. Murray. 1825. 1 p. l., [v]-xii, 307, [1] p.

A narrative of Lord Byron's last journey to Greece: extracted from the journal of Count Peter Gamba, who attended his lordship on that expedition
Gamba, Pietro
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1975. xii, 314 p.

A narrative of Lord Byron's last journey to Greece: extracted from the journal of Count Peter Gamba, who attended his lordship on that expedition
Gamba, Pietro
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1977. xii, 314 p.

A narrative of medicine in America
Mumford, James Gregory
Philadelphia. J.B. Lippincott company. 1903. 508 p.

A narrative of memorable events in Paris, preceding the capitulation and during the occupancy of that city by the allied armies in the year 1814: being extracts from the journal of a detenu, who continued a prisoner on parole in the French capital from the year 1803 to 1814 : also, anecdotes of Buonaparte's journey to Elba
Underwood, Thomas Richard ; Britton, John
London. Printed for the editor. 1828. xix, 298 p.

A narrative of missionary enterprises in the South Sea Islands: with remarks upon the natural history of the islands, origin, languages, traditions and usages of the inhabitants
Williams, John
Rarotonga. Cook Islands Library & Museum Society. 1998. ix, 154 p.

A narrative of missionary enterprises in the South sea islands
Williams, John
New-York. D. Appleton & co. [1837]. 1 p. l., xxii, [2], [25]-525 p.

A narrative of Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews, containing an account of her conversion, sickness & death
Andrews, Benajah
Stockbridge. Printed by Heman Willard, at the office of Horatio Jones & Co. 1800. 40 p.

A narrative of my life: for my family
Brooke, Francis Taliaferro
Richmond. Printed for the writer [by Macfarlane & Fergusson]. 1849. 90 p.

A narrative of my professional adventures: (1790-1839)
Dillon, William Henry ; Lewis, Michael Arthur
[London]. Navy Records Society. 1953-1956. 2 v.

A narrative of one year in the wilderness
Cannon, George Henry
[Ann Arbor, Mich. Leah Cannon Atwater. 1982]. ii, 73, [1] p. [3] p. of plates.

A narrative of personal experiences & impressions during a residence on the Bosphorus throughout the Crimean War [microform]
Blackwood, Alicia
London. Hatchard. 1881. viii, 318 p., [10] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill. ; 19 cm.

A narrative of procedure before the Court of Session, and circumstances therewith, in the trial of John Hay: who was prosecuted at the instance of the Lord Advocate of Scotland, and without the verdict of a jury sentenced to four months imprisonment by the judges of the Court of Session
Hay, John ; Rae, William
Edinburgh. Printed by D. Webster and Son for John Hay. 1822. viii, 123, 115 p.

A narrative of Schafer bros. logging company's half century in the timber
Holbrook, Stewart Hall
Seattle, Wash. Printed by F. McCaffrey at his Dogwood press. 1945. 6 p. l., 15-110, [2] p.

A narrative of service with the Third Wisconsin infantry
Hinkley, Julian Wisner
[Madison]. Wisconsin history commission. 1912. xi, 197 p.

A narrative of some of the adventures, dangers and sufferings of a Revolutionary soldier
Martin, Joseph Plumb ; Scheer, George F
[New York]. New York times. [1968]. xxv, 305 p.

A narrative of some of the adventures, dangers and sufferings of a Revolutionary soldier: interspersed with anecdotes of incidents that occurred within his own observation
Martin, Joseph Plumb
Hallowell [Me.]. Printed by Glazier, Masters & co. 1830. iv, [5]-213 p.

A narrative of some of the Lord's dealings with George Müller
Müller, George
London. J. Nisbet. 1869-1873. 4 v. in 2.

A narrative of some passages in the history of Eenoolooapik: a young Esquimaux, who was brought to Britain in 1839, in the ship "Neptune" of Aberdeen : an account of the discovery of Hogarth's Sound : remarks on the northern whale fishery, and suggestions for its improvement, &c., &c
M'Donald, Alexander
Edinburgh. Fraser & co. 1841. iii, 149 p., [4] leaves of plates.

A narrative of some recent occurrences in the Church of the Puritans, New York: with documents relating thereto
New York. W.S. Dorr. 1857. 49 p.

A narrative of some sufferings, for his Christian peaceable testimony
Smith, John ; Seller, Richard
Philadelphia. Printed by Benjamin & Jacob Johnson. 1800. 48 p.

A narrative of sufferings and deliverance
Fleming, William ; Fleming, Elizabeth
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 28 p.

A narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper from American slavery
Roper, Moses
New York. Negro Universities Press. [1970]. xii, 108 p.

A narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper from American slavery
Roper, Moses
[Philadelphia. Rhistoric Publications. 1969]. 89 p.

A narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper, from American slavery
Roper, Moses
Philadelphia. Printed by Merrihew & Gunn. 1838. viii, [9]-72 p.

A narrative of the adventures and experience of Joseph H. Jackson, in Nauvoo
Jackson, Joseph H
Morrison, Ill. K. Yost. 1960. [12], 32 p.

A narrative of the adventures and sufferings of John R. Jewitt: only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka sound: with an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the natives
Jewitt, John Rodgers ; Alsop, Richard
New York. Printed by Daniel Fanshaw. 1816. 208 p.

A narrative of the adventures and sufferings, of John R. Jewitt: only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka sound: with an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the natives
Jewitt, John Rodgers ; Alsop, Richard
Middletown [Conn.]. Printed by Loomis & Richards. 1815. 203 p.

A narrative of the adventures of John R. Jewitt
Jewitt, John Rodgers ; Alsop, Richard
New York. Garland Pub. 1976. 203 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the adventures, sufferings and privations of Samuel Patterson: a native of Rhode Island, experienced by him in several voyages to various parts of the world ... and a particular description of the manners, customs, etc. of the people of the Sandwich & Fejee Islands
Patterson, Samuel
Providence. 1825. 164 p.

A narrative of the affair between Mr. Cresswell, and Miss Sc[rop]e: address'd to G-v-e Sc[rop]e, esq. by which may be discover'd the falsities, misrepresentations, &c. in a letter in the General evening-post, October 31; signed Lancelot Lee
Cresswell, Thomas Estcourt
London. Printed for C. Green. [1747]. [4], 78 p.

A narrative of the anti-masonick excitement, in the western part of the state of New York, during the years 1826, '7, '8, and a part of 1829
Brown, Henry
Batavia, N.Y. Printed by Adams & M'Cleary. 1829. 244 p.

A Narrative of the apprehending, commitment, arraignment, condemnation, and execution of John James, who suffered at Tiburne, Novemb. the 26th 1661: with several occasional passages and speeches, faithfully collected from such as were eye and ear witnesses : also, an account of the death of several persons since the execution of John James, known to be active and diligent in that matter
James, John
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year, 1662. 47, [1] p. (first two leaves blank).

A Narrative of the atrocities committed by the crew of the piratical brig "El Defensor de Pedro," with a brief account of the trial and execution of the pirates: To which is prefixed the confession of the crew
A. B ; B., A
London. E. Wilson. 1830. 35 p.

A narrative of the battle of Brownstown: which was fought on the 9th of August, 1812, during the campaign of the north western army under the command of Brigadier General Hull
Dalliba, James
New York. D. Longworth. 1816. vi, [7]-37 p.

A narrative of the Battle of St. Vincent: with anecdotes of Nelson before and after that battle
Drinkwater, John
[London. Conway Maritime P. 1969]. [i], xii, 97 p.

A narrative of the battles of Bull Run and Manassas Junction, July 18th and 21st, 1861: Accounts of the advance of both armies, the battles, and the defeat and rout of the enemy. Compiled chiefly from the detailed reports of the Virginia and South Carolina Press
Charleston. Press of Evans & Cogswell. 1861. 32 p.

A narrative of the British Auxiliary Legion: with incidents, anecdotes, and sketches of all parties connected with the war in Spain, from a journal of personal observation
Somerville, Alexander
Glasgow. Muir, Gowans & Co. 1838. 288 p.

A narrative of the British embassy to China in the years 1792, 1793, and 1794: containing the various circumstances of the embassy with accounts of customs and manners of the Chinese and a description of the country, towns, cities, &c. &c
Anderson, Aeneas ; Macartney, George Macartney
New-York. Printed by T. and J. Swords for Rogers and Berry. 1795. xxiv, 328 p.

A narrative of the Briton's voyage, to Pitcairn's Island
Shillibeer, John
Taunton. Printed for the author by J.W. Marriott. 1817. 179 p., [16] leaves of plates (2 fold.).

A narrative of the campaign in India, which terminated the war with Tippoo Sultan in 1792
Dirom
New Delhi. Asian Educational Services. 1985. xv, 296 p., [9] leaves of plates (some folded ).

A narrative of the campaign in Russia, during the year 1812
Porter, Robert Ker ; Dunlap, William
Hartford. Andrus and Starr. 1815. 400 p.

A narrative of the campaign in Russia, during the year 1812
Porter, Robert Ker
Baltimore. E. J. Coale. 1814. viii, 419 p.

A narrative of the campaign in the valley of the Shenandoah, in 1861
Patterson, Robert
Philadelphia. J. Campbell. 1865. 128 p.

A narrative of the campaign of the British Army in Spain: commanded by His Excellency Sir John Moore
Moore, James Carrick
London. J. Johnson. 1809. xii, 324 p.

A narrative of the campaigns of the British army: at Washington, Baltimore, and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham & Lambert, in the years 1814 and 1815; with some account of the countries visited
Gleig, G. R
Philadelphia. M. Carey & sons. 1821. 431 p.

A narrative of the campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, in the years 1814 and 1815: with some account of the countries visited
Gleig, G. R
London. J. Murray. 1826. [4], 377 p.

A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin
New York. Garland Pub. 1975. 426 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner, (U.S. interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie): during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin
New-York. G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1830. 426 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the captivity and suffering of Dolly Webster among the Camanche Indians in Texas: with an account of the massacre of John Webster and his party, as related by Mrs. Webster
Dolbeare, Benjamin
New Haven, Conn. Yale University Library. 1986. xi, 34 p.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert
Walton, William
New York. Garland Pub. 1975. 240 p.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and his family: who were surprised by the Indians, and taken from their farms, on the frontiers of Pennsylvania, in the spring, 1780
Walton, William
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-street, between Second and Third-streets. 1784. 96 p.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and his family: who were surprised by the Indians, and taken from their farms, on the frontiers of Pennsylvania. In the spring, 1780
Walton, William
Philadelphia printed . Reprinted and sold by J. Phillips. 1790. iv, [5]-124 p.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and his family: who were taken by the Indians in the spring of 1780
Walton, William
Philadelphia. Printed by J. Richards. 1848. 240 p.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Ebenezer Fletcher
Fletcher, Ebenezer
New York. Garland Pub. 1979. 22 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Isaac Webster
Webster, Isaac ; Duncan, Winthrop H
Metuchen, N.J. Printed for C.F. Heartman. 1927. 4 p. l., vii p., 1 l., 24 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Isaac Webster
Webster, Isaac
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. vii, 24 p.

A narrative of the captivity of John Vandike, who was taken by the Algerines in 1791: an account of his escape, bringing with him a beautiful young English lady, that was taken in 1790, the ill usage she received from her master : the whole in a letter to his brother in Amsterdam
Vandike, John ; How, James
Hanover [N.H.]. Printed, for the purchaser. 1799. 32+ p.

A narrative of the captivity of Joseph Bartlett
Bartlett, Joseph
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 12 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson: containing an account of her sufferings, during four years with the Indians and French
Johnson ; Deane, Charles
Printed at Walpole, Newhampshire. By David Carlisle, Jun. 1796. 144 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson
Johnson ; Johnson, James
Bowie, Md. Heritage Classic. 1990. xi, xiii, 194, 6 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson: Containing an account of her sufferings, during four years, with the Indians and French
Johnson
Windsor, (Vt.). Printed by Alden Spooner. 1807. 144 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson: containing an account of her sufferings, during four years, with the Indians and French
Johnson
New York. [s.n.]. 1941. 111 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson
Johnson
Lowell. D. Bixby. 1834. 150 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson
Johnson
New York. Garland Pub. 1976. 144 p.

A narrative of the captivity of Nehemiah How
How, Nehemiah
New York. Garland Pub. 1977. 22 p.

A narrative of the captivity & removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson
Rowlandson, Mary White
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. 1974 [i.e. 1975]. 122 p.

A narrative of the captivity, sufferings, and removes, of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson: who was taken prisoner by the Indians at the destruction of Lancaster in 1675
Rowlandson, Mary White ; Harrington, Timothy
Clinton [Mass]. Ballard & Bynner. 1853. 73 p.

A narrative of the captivity, sufferings and removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson: who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others, and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages : with many other remarkable events during her travels
Rowlandson, Mary White
Amherst (New-Hampshire). Printed and sold, by Nathaniel Coverly and Son. [1792]. 64 p.

A narrative of the captivity, sufferings and removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others, and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages: with many other remarkable events during her travels
Rowlandson, Mary White ; De Puy, Henry Farr
[Boston]. Printed and sold by S. Hall in Cornhill, Boston. 1794. 57, [1] p.

A narrative of the captivity & sufferings of Ebenezer Fletcher: of New-Ipswich, who was severely wounded and taken prisoner at the battle of Hubbardston, Vt. in the year 1777, by the British and Indians, at the age of 16 years
Fletcher, Ebenezer
New Ipswich, N.H. Printed by S. Wilder. 1827. 24 p.

A narrative of the capture and treatment of John Dodge, 1779
Dodge, John
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 22 p.

A narrative of the capture of certain Americans
Van Campen, Moses
New York. Garland Pub. 1977. 16 p.

A narrative of the causes which led to Philip's Indian war, of 1675 and 1676
Easton, John ; Hough, Franklin Benjamin
Albany. J. Munsell. 1858. xxiii, 207 p.

A narrative of the celebrated Dyde supper
[Rose, William L.]
New-York. Printed for the author. 1811. 1 p.l., 61 p.

A narrative of the changes in the ministry, 1765-1767: told by the Duke of Newcastle in a series of letters to John White, M.P
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles ; Bateson, Mary
London, New York [etc.]. Longmans, Green, and co. 1898. xiv, 174 p.

A narrative of the conspiracy for the forcible abduction of Miss Maria Glenn: containing an account of the personations of the young lady and the proofs of her innocence
Tuckett, G. L
London. Sold by Simpkin and Marshall. 1821. vii, 116 p.

A narrative of the controversy between the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, D.D. and the author
Adams, Hannah ; Higginson, Stephen
Boston. Sold by Cummings and Hillard, Bradford and Reed, and Isaiah Thomas, jun. Marlboro street. 1814. viii, 31, 3 p.

A narrative of the cruelties inflicted upon Friends of North Carolina Yearly Meeting during the years 1861 to 1865: in consequence of their faithfulness to the Christian view of the unlawfulness of war
London. Printed by Edward Newman, 9, Devonshire Street, Bishopgate. M. DCCC. LXVIII. 28 p.

A narrative of the dangerous journey of Mrs. Caroline Cedarholm, the Norwegian missionary: across the desert to Arizona, with the strange experiences and providential deliverances on the way
Cedarholm, Caroline
[n.p. 187-?]. 59 p.

A narrative of the dangers and sufferings of Robert Eastburn during his captivity in the years 1756-1757
Eastburn, Robert
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. 1996. 48 p.

A narrative of the debate in the General assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 25. 1779: Occasioned by apprehensions of an intended repeal of the penal statutes against papists
Erskine, John
Edinburgh. W. Gray. MDCCLXXX. xiv, [2], 79 p.

A narrative of the depositions of Robert Jenison Esq: with other material evidences, plainly proving that Mr. William Ireland, lately executed for high treason, was in London the nineteenth of August, 1678, notwithstanding his confident denial thereof both at his tryal and execution
Chetwind, Charles ; Jenison, Robert
London. Printed for Henry Hills, Thomas Parkhurst, John Starkey, Dorman Newman, Thomas Cockeril, Thomas Simmons, and Jacob Tonson. 1679. [2], 13, [1] p.

A narrative of the descendants of Richard Harris [microform]: showing also his descent from Samuel Harris of Fordingbridge, Hants
Foster, Joseph
London. Priv. print. at the Chiswick Press. 1895. vi, 11 [i.e. 17] p. (some folded), [1] leaf of plates : coats of arms (some col.), geneal. table ; 29 cm.

A narrative of the dissolution of the medical faculty of Transylvania University
Yandell, Lunsford P
Nashville. W.H. Hunt, Printer. 1837. 31, 10 p.

A narrative of the early days and remembrances of Oceola Nikkanochee, prince of Econchatti
Welch, Andrew ; Welch, Andrew
Gainesville. University Presses of Florida. 1977. 352 p. in various pagings.

A narrative of the early life, remarkable conversion, and spiritual labours of James P. Horton: who has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church upward of forty years
Horton, James P
[n.p.]. Printed for the Author. 1839. 216 p.