A narrative of the early life, travels, and gospel labors of Jesse Kersey, late of Chester County, Pennsylvania
Kersey, Jesse
Philadelphia. T. E. Chapman. 1851. 288 p.

A narrative of the Eighth Frontier War of 1851-1853
Staples, Isaiah
Pretoria. State Library. 1974. 59 p., [5] leaves of plates.

A narrative of the events which followed Bonaparte's campaign in Russia to the period of his dethronement
Dunlap, William
Hartford [Conn.]. G. Sheldon and co. 1814. 141 p. pl.

A narrative of the events which have taken place in France: from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte on the first of March, 1815, till the restoration of Louis XVIII. With an account of the present state of society and public opinion
Williams, Helen Maria
Philadelphia. Published by Moses Thomas. 1816. 1 p. l., 247 p.

A narrative of the events which have taken place in France: with an account of the present state of society and public opinion
Williams, Helen Maria
London. J. Murray. 1816. 1 p. l., 390 p.

A narrative of the events which have taken place in France from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte on the first of March, 1815, till the restoration of Louis XVIII: With an account of the state of society and public opinion at that period
Williams, Helen Maria
Cleveland. The Burrows brothers co. 1895. 3 p. ., [1]-272 p., 1.

A narrative of the excursion and ravages of the King's troops under the command of General Gage
[New York]. New York times. [1968]. 23 p.

A narrative of the excursion and ravages of the King's troops under the command of General Gage, on the nineteenth of April, 1775: together with the depositions taken by order of Congress, to support the truth of it
Worcester, Massachusetts-Bay. Printed by Isaiah Thomas, by order of the Provincial Congress. [1775]. 23, [1] p.

A Narrative of the expedition of Hernando de Soto into Florida
Knight of Elvas
Philadelphia. 1850. p. 111-220.

A narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's government to the river Niger, in 1841: Under the command of Captain H. D. Trotter, R.N
Allen, William ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood
London. R. Bentley. 1848. 2 v.

A narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's Government to the River Niger in 1841 under the command of Captain H. D. Trotter
Allen, William ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood
London. Cass. 1968. 2 v.

A narrative of the expedition to Algiers in the year 1816: under the command of the Right Hon. Admiral Lord Viscount Exmouth
Salame, Abraham V
London. J. Murray. 1819. [11 p.] cxli, 230 p.

A narrative of the expedition to Dongola and Sennaar: under the command of His Excellence Ismael Pasha, undertaken by order of His Highness Mehemmed Ali Pasha, viceroy of Egypt
English, George Bethune
Boston. Wells and Lilly. 1823. xv, 177, [50] p.

A narrative of the expedition to the rivers Orinoco and Apure in South America: which sailed from England in November 1817, and joined the patriotic forces in Venezuela and Caraccas
Hippisley, G
London. J. Murray. 1819. xix, 653 p.

A narrative of the extraordinary adventures, and sufferings by shipwreck & imprisonment, of Donald Campbell, Esq., of Barbreck: with the singular humours of his Tartar guide, Hassan Artaz : comprising the occurrences of four years and five days, in an overland journey to India : in a series of letters to his son
Campbell, Donald
New-York. Printed [by John Tiebout] for Evert Duyckinck & Co. 1798. 417, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the extraordinary case of George Lukins, of Yatton, Somersetshire: who was possessed of evil spirits, for near eighteen years : also an account of his remarkable deliverance, in the vestry-room of Temple Church, in the city of Bristol, extracted from the manuscripts of several persons who attended : to which is prefixed, A letter from the Rev. W.R.W
W. R. W
[Philadelphia]. Bristol, printed, Philadelphia, reprinted and sold by Parry Hall. 1792. 19, [1] p.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children: during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. <Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal; and published at their request>
Bradman, Arthur
Tarrytown, N.Y. Reprinted, W. Abbatt. 1917. 12, 7 p.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife and five children, during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death
Bradman, Arthur
Philadelphia. Printed for M. Carey. 1794. 16 p.

A Narrative of the facts and circumstances relating to the kidnapping and presumed murder of William Morgan: and of the attempt to carry off David C. Miller, and to burn or destroy the printing-office of the latter, for the purpose of preventing the printing and publishing of a book entitled "Illustrations of Masonry."
Rochester, N.Y. Printed by E. Scrantom. 1828. 72 p.

A narrative of the facts and circumstances relating to the kidnapping and presumed murder of William Morgan: And of the attempt to carry off David C. Miller, and to burn or destroy the printing office of the latter, for the purpose of preventing the printing and publishing of a book entitled "Illustrations of masonry."
Brookfield. E. and G. Merriam, printers. 1827. 84 p.

A narrative of the first Burmese war, 1824-26: with the various official reports and despatches describing the operations of the Naval and Military forces employed, and other documents bearing upon the origin, progress, and conclusion of the contest
De Rhé-Philipe, George William
Calcutta. Office of the Supt. of Govt. Print., India. 1905. 405, 15 p.

A narrative of the formation and services of the Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers, from April 15, 1861, to July 14, 1865: Being a brief account of their experiences in the camp and in the field, to which is added a roster, containing the names of all surviving members known to the Veteran association
Hutchinson, Gustavus B
Boston. A. Mudge & son, printers. 1893. 96 p.

A narrative of the founding and settling the new-gathered Congregational church in Boston: with the opposition of the South Church to the minister, his defence of himself before the Council, and expostulatory letter to that church afterwards
Croswell, Andrew
Boston, N.E. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1749. 37, [3] p.

A narrative of the Griswold family from Thomas Griswold, esq. of Weathersfield and Guilford 1695
Griswold, Ruth Lee (Griswold)
Rutland, Vt. Printed for the compiler by the Tuttle company. 1931. 5 p. l., [9]-202, [1] p.

A narrative of the gunpowder plot
Jardine, David
London. J. Murray. 1857. xx, 351 p.

A narrative of the horrid murder & piracy committed on board the schooner Eliza of Philadelphia on the high seas by three foreigners, who were tried before the Circuit Court of the United States on Monday, the 21st April, 1800: together with an account of the surprizing recapture of the said schooner
Wheland
[Philadelphia]. Folwell's Press. [1800]. 16 p.

A Narrative of the Indian and civil wars in Virginia: in the years 1675 and 1676
[Washington. P. Force. 1835]. 47 p.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New England: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677 : containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians in the southern, western, eastern, and northern parts of the said country
Hubbard, William
Worcester, Mass. Printed by Daniel Greenleaf for Joseph Wilder. 1801. 410 (i.e. 411) p.

A narrative of the Irish Popish Plot, for the betraying that kingdom into the hands of the French, massacring all English Protestants there, and utter subversion of the government and Protestant-religion: as the same was successively carryed on from the year 1662. Given in to both Houses of Parliament
Fitzgerald, David
London. T. Cockerill. 1680. 2 p.l., 35 p.

A narrative of the Kaffir war of 1850-51
Godlonton, Robert ; Irving, Edward
London. P. Richardson; [etc.,etc.]. 1851. 174 p.

A narrative of the late massacres, in Lancaster County, of a number of Indians, friends of this province, by persons unknown : with some observations on the same
Franklin, Benjamin ; Armbruster, Anthony ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Hall, David ; Barton, Thomas, 1730-1780
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by Anthony Armbruster]. in the year 1764. 31, [1] p.

A narrative of the late Popish Plot in Ireland, for the subjugating thereof to the French king: together with the proceedings against, and tryal of the Earl of Tyrone, and others who were accused for carrying on the same : containing the several examinations of Hubbart Bourke, Edward Ivie, John Macnemarrah, and Thomas Samson, Gent., upon information taken before the Lord Lieutenant and Council of Ireland
Samson, Thomas
London. Printed for Sam. Lee and Dan. Major. 1680. [8], 32 p.

A narrative of the late transactions at Benares
Hastings, Warren
London. Printed for J. Debrett (successor to Mr. Almon). 1782. 1 l., iv, 132, [2] p.

A narrative of the leading incidents of the organization of the first popular movement in Virginia in 1865 to re-establish peaceful relations between the northern and southern states: and the subsequent efforts of the "Committee of nine," in 1869, to secure the restoration of Virginia to the Union
Stuart, Alexander H. H
Richmond, Va. W. E. Jones, printer. 1888. 72 p.

A narrative of the leading incidents of the organization of the first popular movement in Virginia in 1865 to re-establish peaceful relations between the Northern and Southern States: and of the subsequent efforts of the "Committee of Nine," in 1869, to secure the restoration of Virginia to the Union
Stuart, Alexander Hugh Holmes
[New York. AMS Press. 1973]. 72 p.

A narrative of the life and adventures of Levi Hanford: a soldier of the revolution
Bushnell, Charles Ira
New York. Priv. print. 1863. iv, [5]-80 p.

A narrative of the life and astonishing adventures of John Daniel
Morris, Ralph ; Daniel, John
New York. Arno Press. 1975. 276 p.

A narrative of the life and conversion of Alexander White, aet. 23, who was executed at Cambridge, November 18, 1784, for the murder of a Captain White, at sea: containing extracts from his manuscripts, and some letters written by him a short time before his execution
Robbins, Chandler
[Boston]. Printed and published by Powars and Willis in Boston. [1784?]. 23, [1] p.

A Narrative of the life and death of Lieut. J. M. Willcox
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 23 p.

A narrative of the life and experience of François Pepin, who was for more than 40 years a member of the Papal Church: embracing an account of his conversion, trials & persecutions, in turning to the pure religion of the Bible : addressed particularly to his brethren of the Romish Church
Pepin, François
Detroit. George E. Pomeroy & Co. 1854. 76 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the life and labors of the Rev. G.W. Offley, a colored man and local preacher
Offley, G. W
Hartford, Conn. [s.n.]. 1860. 52 p.

A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine, upon a plan entirely new
Thomson, Samuel
Columbus, O. J. Pike & co. 1833. xii, [13]-153 (i. e. 253) p.

A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice, and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine upon a plan entirely new: to which is prefixed an introduction to his New guide to health, or Botanic family physician; containing the principles upon which the system is founded, with remarks on fevers, steaming, poison, ect
Thomson, Samuel
Columbus [O.]. Pike, Platt & Co. 1832. 299, [5] p.

A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice, and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine, upon a plan entirely new, to which is added an introduction to his New guide to health, or, Botanic family physician, containing the principles upon which the system is founded, with remarks on fevers, steaming, poison, & c
Thomson, Samuel
Boston. Printed for the author by E.G. House. 1825. [4], [13]-224 p.

A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice, and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine, upon a plan entirely new; to which is added an Introduction to his New guide to health, or Botanic family physician; containing the principles upon which the system is founded, with remarks on fevers, steaming, poison, &c
Thomson, Samuel
St. Clairsville [O.]. H. Howard. 1829. 188 p.

A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice, and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine, upon a plan entirely new; to which is added an introduction to his New guide to health, or botanic family physician, containing the principles upon which the system is founded, with remarks on fevers, steaming, poison, &c
Thomson, Samuel
New York. Arno Press. 1972 [c1822]. 180 p.

A narrative of the life and sufferings of Mrs. Jane Johns: who was barbarously wounded and scalped by Seminole Indians, in East Florida ... Publ exclusively for her benefit
Welch, Andrew
Charleston. Printed by Burke & Giles. 1837. 29 p.

A Narrative of the life and sufferings of Mrs. Jane Johns, who was barbarously wounded and scalped by Seminole Indians in East Florida
Baltimore. Printed by Jas. Lucas & E.K. Deaver. 1837. 56 p.

A narrative of the life and travels of Mrs. Nancy Prince
Prince, Nancy
Boston. The Author. 1853. 89 p.

A narrative of the life of David Crockett: of the state of Tennessee
Crockett, Davy
London. Reprinted by J. Limbird. 1834. vi, 113 p.

A narrative of the life of David Crockett
Crockett, Davy
Philadelphia. E. L. Carey and A. Hart. 1834. 211 p.

A narrative of the life of David Crockett
Crockett, Davy
St. Clair Shores, Mich. Scholarly Press. 1978. xxiv, 415 p.

A narrative of the life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee
Crockett, Davy ; Shackford, James Atkins ; Folmsbee, Stanley John
Knoxville. University of Tennessee Press. [1973, c1834]. xx, 211 p.

A narrative of the life of James Pearse
Pearse, James
Chicago. Quadrangle Books. [1962]. 144 p.

A narrative of the life of John Marrant, of New York, in North America: giving an account of his conversion when only fourteen years of age : his leaving his mother's house from religious motives, wandering several days in the deserts without food, and being at last taken by an Indian hunter among the Cherokees, where he was condemned to die : with an account of the conversion of the king of the Cherokees and his daughter, &c. &c. &c
Marrant, John ; Aldridge, W
Halifax. J. Nicholson. 1812. 48 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the life of K. White
White, K
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. 127 p.

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison: the white woman of the Genesee
Seaver, James E ; Vail, Charles Delamater
New York. American Scenic & Historic Preservation Society. 1942. xv, [17]-459 p.

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison: the white woman of the Genessee
Seaver, James E ; Vail, Charles Delamater
New York. The American Scenic & Historic Preservation Society. 1918. [a]-v, xv, [17]-453 p.

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison, 1824
Seaver, James E
New York. Garland Pub. 1977. xv, 189 p.

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison, De-he-wä-mis, the white woman of the Genesee
Seaver, James E
New York. G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1898. 300 p.

A narrative of the life of Miss Lucy Cole, of Sedgwick, Maine: In which is exhibited the controlling power of piety in early life
Pinkham, Rebekah P
Boston. J. Loring. 1830. 108 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke
Charke, Charlotte ; Rehder, Robert
London . Pickering & Chatto. 1999. lxx, 171 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibbler [sic], Esq.)
Charke, Charlotte
Gainsville, Fla. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1969. xxiv, x, 281 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E ; Namias, June
Norman. University of Oklahoma Press. c1992. xiii, 192 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison: who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age
Seaver, James E
New York. American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society. 1949. 182 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison: who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amongst them to the present time
Seaver, James E
Howden [Eng.]. Printed [by W. Walker, Otley.] for R. Parkin. 1826. xiii, 14-180 p., (A-P)6.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E
Ann Arbor, Mich. Allegany Press. [1967]. 189 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E
New York. Corinth Books. [1961]. 190 p.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E
Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse University Press. 1990. xxxi, 166 p.

A narrative of the life of Rev. Noah Davis, a colored man
Davis, Noah
Baltimore. J. F. Weishampel, Jr. [1859]. 86 p.

A narrative of the life of Rev. Noah Davis, a colored man
Davis, Noah
[Philadelphia. Rhistoric Publications. 1969]. 86 p.

A narrative of the life, travels, and sufferings of Thomas W. Smith
Smith, Thomas W
Boston. W.C. Hill; [etc., etc.]. 1844. 240 p.

A narrative of the life & travels of John Robert Shaw: the well-digger, now resident in Lexington, Kentucky
Shaw, John Robert
[Louisville, Ky. G. Fowler. 1930]. 3 p. l. [11]-242 p., 1 l. incl. 1 illus., plates.

A narrative of the life & travels of John Robert Shaw, the well-digger, now resident in Lexington, Kentucky
Shaw, John Robert
Lexington [Ky.]. printed by Daniel Bradford. 1807. 180 p., [6] leaves of plates.

A narrative of the Lord's wonderful dealings with John Marrant, a Black
Marrant, John ; Aldridge, W
New York. Garland Pub. 1978. v, 38 p.

A narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians, in the year 1791, was conducted, under the command of Major General St. Clair
St. Clair, Arthur
[New York]. Arno Press. [1971, c1812]. xix, [21], 273 p.

A narrative of the march and operations of the army of the Indus: in the expedition to Affghanistan in the years 1838-1839. Illustrated by a map, views of Candahar, Ghuznee, and Cabool, and various tables. Comprising also the history of the Dooranee empire from its foundation to the present time
Hough, William
London. W.H. Allen and co. 1841. xl, 443, 95 p.

A narrative of the material facts in relation to the building of the two Greek frigates
Contostavlos, Alexander
New-York. 1826. 88 p.

A narrative of the method and success of inoculating the small pox in New England
Colman, Benjamin ; Neal, Daniel
London. Printed for E. Matthews [etc.]. 1722. 48 p.

A narrative of the military actions of Colonel Marinus Willett
Willett, William M
[New York]. New York Times. [1969]. 162 p.

A narrative of the military actions of Colonel Marinus Willett, taken chiefly from his own manuscript
Willett, William M
New York. G. & C. & H. Carvill. 1831. 3 p. l., [5]-162 p.

A narrative of the minutes of evidence respecting the claim to the Berkeley peerage, as taken before the Committee of privileges in 1811: Together with the entire evidence of the persons principally concerned. To which are added, facsimiles of the banns, and register of the marriage: extracted from the parish books of Berkeley. To the whole is prefixed, a sketch of the proceedings of the committee on the Earl of Berkeley's pedigree in the year 1799
Fitzhardinge, William Fitzhardinge Berkeley
London. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones; [etc., etc.]. 1811. xii, 276 p.

A narrative of the miseries of New-England by reason of an arbitrary government erected there
Mather, Increase
[London. 1688]. 8 p.

A narrative of the mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians, from its commencement, in the year 1740, to the close of the year 1808
Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus
[New York]. Arno Press. [1971, c1820]. 429 p.

A narrative of the mission sent by the governor-general of India to the court of Ava in 1855: with notices of the country, government, and people
Yule, Henry
London. Smith, Elder and co. 1858. vi p., 1 l., 391 p.

A narrative of the missions to the new settlements: according to the appointment of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, together with an account of the receipts and expenditures of the money contributed by the people of Connecticut, in May 1793, for the support of the missionaries according to an act of the general assembly of the state
New-Haven. Printed by T. & S. Green. 1794. [2], 16, [2] p.

A narrative of the mission to the court of Ava in 1855
Yule, Henry ; Phayre, Arthur Purves ; Grant, Colesworthey ; Tripe, Linnaeus
Kuala Lumpur. Oxford University Press. 1968. xlvi, vi, 391 p.

A narrative of the mutiny, on board His Britannic Majesty's ship Bounty: and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East-Indies
Bligh, William
Philadelphia. Printed by William Spotswood. 1790. [2], 70 p.

A narrative of the mutiny, on board His Majesty's ship Bounty: and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies
Bligh, William
Dublin. Printed for L. White [etc.]. 1790. vii, 144 p.

A narrative of the mutiny, on board the ship Globe, of Nantucket, in the Pacific Ocean, Jan. 1824: And the journal of a residence of two years on the Mulgrave Islands; with observations on the manners and customs of the inhabitants
Lay, William ; Hussey, Cyrus M
New London [Conn.]. W. Lay and C. M. Hussey. 1828. x, [11]-168 p.

A narrative of the mutiny on board the whaleship Globe
Lay, William ; Hussey, Cyrus M
New York. Corinth Books; [distributed by Citadel Press, New York. 1963]. xxvi, 109 p.

A narrative of the naval part of the expedition to Portugal, under the orders of His Majesty, Dom Pedro, Duke of Braganza
Mins, Peter
London. Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper. 1833. xv, 353 p.

A narrative of the negotiations occasioned by the dispute between England and Spain in the year 1790
Burges, James Bland
[London?. s.n. 1791?]. vii, 307 p.

A narrative of the Negro
Pendleton, Leila Amos ; Wilkes, Laura E
New York. G.K. Hall. [1996]. 319 p.

A narrative of the Negro
Pendleton, Leila Amos
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1971. 217 p.

A narrative of the official conduct of Anthony Stokes: of the Inner temple London... His majesty's chief justice, and one of his Council of Georgia; and of the dangers and distresses he underwent in the cause of government: some copies of which are printed for the information of his friends
Stokes, Anthony
[London. 1784]. 112 p.

A narrative of the operations for the recovery of the public stores and treasure sunk in H.M.S. Thetis, at Cape Frio, on the coast of Brazil, on the 5th December, 1830: To which is prefixed a concise account of the loss of that ship
Dickinson, Thomas
London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1836. xvi, 191 p.

A Narrative of the operations of a small British force under the command of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, employed in the reduction of Monte Video on the River Plate, A.D. 1807 [microform]
London. J.J. Stockdale. 1807. 60 p., [1] leaf of plates : plan ; 27 cm.

A narrative of the peninsular war
Hay, Andrew Leith
London. J. Hearne. 1850. xii, 451 p.

A narrative of the persecution of Hippolyto Joseph da Costa Pereira Furtado de MendoncŒa: a native of Colonia-do-Sacramento, on the river La Plata; imprisoned and tried in Lisbon, by the Inquisition, for the pretended crime of free-masonry. To which are added, the bye-laws of the Inquisition of Lisbon, both ancient and modern, (never before published,) taken from the originals in one of the royal libraries in London
Costa, Hipolito Jose da
London. W. Lewis [etc.]. 1811. 2 v.

A narrative of the persecution of the Christians in Madagascar: with details of the escape of six Christian refugees now in England
Freeman, J. J ; Johns, D
London. J. Snow. 1840. 1 p. l., viii, 298 p.

A narrative of the principal events of the campaigns of 1809, 1810, & 1811, in Spain and Portugal: interspersed with remarks on local scenery and manners. In a series of letters
Stothert, William
London. Printed for P. Martin [etc.] by W. Smith and co. 1812. 2 p. l., [iii]-xii, 276 p.

A narrative of the proceedings in America of the society called Quakers in the case of Hannah Barnard: with a brief review of the previous transactions in Great Britain and Ireland intended as a sequel to an appeal to the Society of Friends
Foster, Thomas
[London. s.n.]. 1804. xvi, 145 p.

A narrative of the proceedings of the Black people during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia
Jones, Absalom ; Allen, Richard
London. Repr. and sold by Darton and Harvey. 1794. 24 p.

A narrative of the proceedings of the black people during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia in the year 1793: and a refutation of some censures thrown upon them in some late publications
Jones, Absalom ; Allen, Richard
[Philadelphia. Rhistoric Publications. 1969]. 28 p.

A narrative of the proceedings of the Board of trustees of Dickinson college, from 1821 to 1830: Setting forth the true history of many events which have been made the themes of public animadversion
Carlisle. Printed by G. Fleming. 1830. 83 p.

A narrative of the proceedings of the British fleet commanded by Admiral Sir John Jervis K.B. in the late action with the Spanish fleet on the fourteenth of February, 1797, off Cape St. Vincent's: in a letter to a friend
Drinkwater, John
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1797. [4], 27, [5] p., 8 folded leaves of plates.

[A narrative of the proceedings of the Corporation of Harvard College: relative to the late disorders in that seminary
Webber, Samuel
Cambridge. Printed by W. Hilliard. 1807]. 19 p.

A Narrative of the proceedings of the Protestant dissenters of the three denominations relating to the repeals of the Corporation and Test Acts, from the year 1731 to the present time
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 43, [1] p.

A narrative of the proceedings of the religious society of the people called Quakers in Philadelphia against John Evans: to which is added, a report of the evidence delivered on the trial of the case of John Evans versus Ellis Yarnall and others : with an appendix
Evans, John
Philadelphia. Sold by Thomas Dobson. 1811. vii, 238 p.

A narrative of the proceedings relating to the suspension of the King of the French, on the 10th of August, 1792
Aumont, J. B. d'
Manchester. Printed by M. Falkner and Co. 1792. 58 p.

A narrative of the proceedings relative to the discovery of the longitude at sea, by Mr. John Harrison's time-keeper: subsequent to those published in the year 1763
Harrison, John ; Short, James
London. Printed for the author, and sold by Mr. Sandby. 1765. [4], 18, [2] p.

A narrative of the remarkable affair between Mr. Simonds, the Polish Jew merchant, and Mr. James Ashley, merchant of Bread-Street, London: wherein the robbery at Cransford-Bridge, the several trials at the Old-Bailey, King's Bench, and Chelmsford, are particularly set forth : and an impartial enquiry made into the truth of the several facts sworn on both sides, and the whole of this intricate business set in a clear and unprejudiced light : interspersed with remarks on the probability of facts not yet discovered, and the nature and consequence of perjury
London. Printed by Samuel Clay ... and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. MDCCLII [1752]. viii, 3-50 p.

A narrative of the rise and progress of the difficulties which have issued in a separation between the minister and people of Bennington, 1783: with a valedictory address
Avery, David
Bennington [Vt.]. Printed by Haswell & Russell. 1783. 55, [1] p.

A narrative of the rise and progress of the disputes subsisting between the patentees of Covent-Garden Theatre
Harris, Thomas ; Rutherford, John
London. Printed for Messrs. Fletcher, and Anderson. 1768. ii leaves, 38 p.

A narrative of the rise, progress & issue of the late law suits, relative to property held and devoted to pious uses, in the first precinct in Rehoboth: containing the substance of the records which shew for whose use and benefit the property was originally intended : together with some observations on certain constitutional principles, which respect the support of public worship, and the equal protection and establishment of all regular denominations of Christians
Ellis, James
Warren (Rhode-Island). Printed by Nathaniel Phillips. 1795. x, [11]-76 p.

A narrative of the robbery of the Nantucket Bank, compiled from original documents
Coffin, William ; Gardner, Albert
Nantucket. Published by Henry Clapp. 1816. 69 p.

A narrative of the Saint Louis Annual Conference: the Methodist Church 1804-1961
Wolff, Theodore H
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A narrative of the service of Company D, First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, in the war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865: From the organization of the Company to its final discharge; with a list of members, and individual history of each, so far as obtainable
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A narrative of the shipwreck, captivity and sufferings of Horace Holden and Benj. H. Nute: who were cast away in the American ship Mentor, on the Pelew Islands, in the year 1832; and for two years afterwards were subjected to unheard of sufferings among the barbarous inhabitants of Lord North's Island
Holden, Horace
Boston. Russell, Shattuck, and co. 1836. xii, [13]-133 p. incl. front.

A narrative of the shipwreck, captivity & sufferings of Horace Holden & Benj. H. Nute
Holden, Horace
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A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley, in her voyage from England to Boston: With an account of the miraculous escape of the captain and his crew, on a rock called Boone-Island, the hardships they endured there, and their happy deliverance
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A narrative of the shipwreck of the ship Oswego: on the coast of South Barbary, and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs; interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants, and concerning the peculiar perils of that coast
Paddock, Judah
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A narrative of the siege of Delhi: with an account of the mutiny at Ferozepore in 1857
Griffiths, Charles John ; Yonge, Henry John
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A narrative of the siege of Kars, and of the six months' resistance by the Turkish garrison under General Williams to the Russian army [microform]: together with a narrative of travel and adventures in Armenia and Lazistan : with remarks on the present state of Turkey
Sandwith, Humphry
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A narrative of the strange principles, conduct and character of the people known by the name of Shakers: whose errors have spread in several parts of North-America, but are beginning to diminish, and ought to be guarded against : in two numbers
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A narrative of the sufferings and adventures of Capt. Charles H. Barnard: in a recent voyage round the world, including an account of his residence for two years on an uninhabited island ; embellished with six copperplate engravings, and a chart drawn by himself
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A narrative of the sufferings and adventures of Capt. Charles H. Barnard: in a voyage round the world, during the years 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, & 1816; embracing an account of the seizure of his vessel at the Falkland Islands
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