An authentic account of the part taken by the late Earl of Chatham in a transaction which passed in the beginning of the year 1778
Addington, Anthony
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1778. 11 p.

An authentic account of the pontifical office of Dai-l-mutlaq and its fifty-first incumbent His Holiness Sardar Saiyedna Taher Saifuddin Saheb
Dawood, Shaikh
Bombay. Times of India Press. [1940?]. 42 p.

An authentic account of the proceedings under a writ of enquiry of damages in an action in the court of King's Bench: in which the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin was plaintiff, and William [i.e. Robert] Ferguson, Esq. defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : executed before the sheriff of Middlesex and a special jury on the 22d of December, 1807
Elgin, Thomas Bruce ; Fergusson, Robert
London. J. Hatchard. 1808. 113 p.

An authentic account of the riots in Birmingham: on the 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th days of July, 1791
Belcher, James
Deritend. Printed (for the compiler) and sold by J. Belcher [etc. 1791]. viii, 76 p.

An authentic account of the Shaksperian manuscripts, &c
Ireland, W. H
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1796. 1 p.l., 43 p.

An authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo: with some account of its early inhabitants, both savage and civilized ; comprising historic notices of the Six Nations or Iroquois Indians, including a sketch of the life of Sir William Johnson, and of other prominent white men, long resident among the Senecas ; arranged in chronologial order
Ketchum, William
Buffalo, N.Y. Rockwell, Baker & Hill, Printers. 1864-1865. 2 v.

An authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo: with some account of its early inhabitants, both savage and civilized, comprising historic notices of the Six Nations or Iroquois Indians, including a sketch of the life of Sir William Johnson, and of other prominent white men, long resident among the Senecas. Buffalo, N.Y., Rockwell, Baker & Hill, 1864-65
Ketchum, William
St. Clair Shores, Mich. Scholarly Press. 1970. 2 v.

An Authentic and copious report, of the important debate, at a meeting of the Catholic inhabitants of Dublin, on the 31st October last: relative to obtaining the elective franchise, and the right of trial by jury, for the Roman Catholics of this Kingdom
Belfast. Printed at D. Blow's Public Printing-office. 1792. 43 p.

An authentic and faithful history of the atrocious murder of Celia Holloway: with an accurate account of all the mysterious and extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her mangled body in the copse in the lover's walk at Preston near Brighton : including also the trial for the murder and the extraordinary confessions of John Holloway : together with his life
Holloway, John
Brighton. Sold by W. Nute. 1832. 366 p., [6] leaves of plates.

An authentic and faithful history of the mysterious murder of Maria Marten: with a full development of all the extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her body in the red barn : to which are added, the trial of William Corder, taken at large in short-hand especially for this work : with an account of his execution, dissection, &c. and many interesting particulars relative to the village of Polstead and its vicinity, the prison correspondence of Corder, and fifty three letters in answer to his advertisements for a wife
Corder, William
London. Thomas Kelly. 1828. xvi, 472 p., [15] leaves of plates.

An authentic and genuine narrative of the life and surprizing exploits of William Hawke, the famous highwayman: who was executed at Tyburn, July 1, 1774 for robbing Mr. Charles Hart on the highway of 1s. 8d. ... : exhibiting such uncommon instances of boldness and audacity, as are scarcely to be found in the annals of New-gate or the history of Tyburn : with two copper-plates, one being a striking likeness of the criminal, the other the manner of his robbing Capt. Cunningham and Mr. Hart
London. Printed for the author; and sold by R. Richards. 1774. [3], 6-30 p., [2] leaves of plates.

An authentic and impartial copy of the trial of the Hon. Augustus Keppel, admiral of the blue: held at Portsmouth on the 7th of January 1779, and continued by several adjournments to the 11th day of February 1779
Keppel, Augustus Keppel
Portsmouth printed, and sold in London. By Messrs Wheldon and Co. ..., Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart ..., R. Faulder ..., and J. Fisk. 1779. 415, [1] p.

An authentic and impartial narrative of the battle fought on the 17th of June 1775, &c
[Boston?. s.n. 1776?]. 34 p.

An authenticated copy of the will of King James the Second: with an inventory of the goods and chattels belonging to that monarch at the time of his death
James ; Ferrers, Edmund
[London, England. The Society]. 1815. 19 p.

An authentic biography of General La Fayette: In which many errors and deficiencies existing in the memoirs heretofore published, are corrected and supplied
Philadelphia. A. Sherman. 1824. 152 p.

An authentic copy of the Duke of Richmond's bill for a parliamentary reform
Richmond and Lennox, Charles Lennox
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1789. [4], iii, [4]-67, [1] p.

An authentic detail of the trial of Colonel E. M. Despard, and others, on a charge of high treason: tried at the Sessions-House, Newington, February 7th, 1803, before Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough: to which is prefixed His Lordship's charge to the grand jury
Despard, Edward Marcus ; Ellenborough, Edward Law
London. Printed by H. Reynell. [1803]. 40 p.

An authentic history of Lancaster County: in the state of Pennsylvania
Mombert, J. I
Lancaster, Pa. J.E. Barr & Co. 1869. vii, 617, 175 p., [6] p. of plates.

An authentic history of railway trade unionism, by Chas. Bassett-Vincent
Bassett-Vincent, Charles
[ ,1963]. 64 p. ports. 19 cm.

An authentic history of the Benevolent and protective order of Elks
Ellis, Charles Edward
Chicago. The author. 1910. 392, x, 393-473 p. incl. col. front., illus., ports.

An authentic history of the Cato-Street Conspiracy: with the trials at large of the conspirators, for high treason and murder
Wilkinson, George Theodore ; Thistlewood, Arthur ; Ings, James ; Brunt, John Thomas ; Tidd, Richard ; Davidson, William
New York. Arno Press. 1972. viii, 434 p.

An authentic history of the Cato-Street Conspiracy: with the trials at large of the conspirators for high treason and murder, a description of their weapons and combustible machines, and every particular connected with the rise, progress, discovery, and termination of the horrid plot : with portraits of all the conspirators
Wilkinson, George Theodore ; Thistlewood, Arthur
London. Thomas Kelly. [1820]. viii, 434 p., [8] leaves of plates.

An authentic history of the Douglass Monument
Thompson, John W
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1971 [c1903]. 204 p.

An authentic history of the Douglass monument: biographical facts and incidents in the life of Frederick Douglass
Thompson, John W
Rochester, N.Y. Rochester herald press. 1903. 204 p., 1 l.

An authentic history of the Lawrence calamity: embracing a description of the Pemberton Mill, a detailed account of the catastrophe, a chapter of thrilling incidents, list of contributions to the relief fund, names of the killed and wounded, abstracts of the sermons on the subject, report of the coroner's inquest, &c
Boston. J.J. Dyer & Co. 1860. 96 p.

An authentic history of the missions under the care of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Bangs, Nathan
New-York. Published by J. Emory and B. Waugh, for the Methodist Episcopal Church. 1832. [3], 4-258 p.

An authentic history of the second war for independence: comprising details of the military and naval operations, from the commencement to the close of the recent war; enriched with numerous geographical and biographical notes
Brown, Samuel R
Auburn [N.Y.]. Pub. by J. G. Hathaway, Kellogg & Beardslee, printers. 1815. 2 v.

An authentic journal of the proceedings in the great cause tried at Dublin, between the Honourable James Annesley, plaintiff, and a noble person, defendant: in which is an exact list of the jury (gentlemen of quality and large fortunes), also the names of the witnesses on both sides, with summary of their evidence : transmitted from Mr. F----r of Dublin to his friend at London
Annesley, James
London. Printed for John Warner. 1743. 30 p.

An authentick account of the proceedings against John Wilkes, Esq; Member of Parliament for Aylesbury, and late colonel of the Buckinghamshire militia: Containing all the papers relative to this interesting affair, from that gentleman's being taken into custody by His Majesty's messengers, to his discharge at the Court of Common Pleas. With an abstract of that precious jewel of an Englishman, the Habeas Corpus Act. Also the North Briton no. 45. Being the paper for which Mr. Wilkes was sent to the Tower. Addressed to all lovers of liberty
Draper, Richard ; Draper, Samuel ; Fleet, Thomas ; Fleet, John
[Boston]. London, printed. Boston, re-printed, and sold by Richard and Samuel Draper, in Newbury-Street, Thomas and John Fleet, at the Heart & Crown in Cornhill; and Edes and Gill, next the prison in Queen-Street, 1763. 36 p.

An authentick and particular account of the taking of Carhagena by the French, in the year 1697
Pointis, Jean-Bernard-Louis Desjean
London. Printed for O. Payne. 1740. viii, 86 p.

An authentick history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain: To which will be added, the war with Algiers, and the treaty of peace; the treaties of peace with the various tribes of North American Indians and the United States' army register, and peace establishment
Davis, Paris M
Ithaca. Davis & Saunders. 1829. 360 p.

An authentick narrative of that most horrid parracide committed on the body of Mr. Blandy of Henley upon Thames by his own daughter: wherein certain material circumstances preceding that inhuman affair, and Miss Blandy's unparallel'd behaviour immediately after she poison'd her father, to the time of her commitment to Oxford gaol, is amply set forth
London. Printed for M. Cooper. [ca. 1752]. 22, [2] p. (the last leaf blank).

An authentick narrative of the success of tar-water, in curing a great number and variety of distempers: with remarks and occasional papers relative to the subject, to which are subjoined, two letters from the author of Siris, shewing the medicinal properties of tar-water, and the best manner of making it
Prior, Thomas ; Berkeley, George
[London]. Dublin printed, London re-printed for W. Innys, C. Hitch ... M. Cooper ... and C. Davis. 1746. 192 p.

An authentick relation of the many hardships and sufferings of a Dutch sailor who was put on shore on the uninhabited Isle of Ascension by order of the commadore of a squadron of Dutch ships: with a remarkable account of his converse with apparitions and evil spirits during his residence on the island and a particular diary of his transactions from the fifth of May to the fourteenth of October on which day he perished in a miserable condition
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1728. iv, 28 p.

An authentic life of John C. Colt: now imprisoned for killing Samuel Adams, in New York, on the seventeenth of September, 1841
Boston. S. N. Dickinson. 1842. xii, [13]-70 p.

An Authentic narrative: being an investigation of the trial and proceedings in the case of Neill and Lewellin : containing a variety of proofs and circumstances, never before made public
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1789. 58 p.

An authentic narrative of a voyage performed by Captain Cook and Captain Clerke in His Majesty's ships Resolution and Discovery: during the years 1776 to 1780 in search of a north-west passage between the continents of Asia and America
Ellis, W
Amsterdam. N. Israel. [1969]. 2 v.

An authentic narrative of a voyage to the Pacific Ocean: performed by Captain Cook, and Captain Clerke, in His Britannic Majesty's ships, the Resolution, and Discovery, in the years, 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780 ... Also a large introduction, exhibiting, an account of the several voyages round the globe; with an abstract of the principal expeditions to Hudson's Bay, for the discovery of a north-west passage
Rickman, John ; Ellis, William
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by R. Bell. 1783. 2 v. in 1.

An authentic narrative of four years' residence at Tongataboo: one of the Friendly islands, in the South-sea
Vason, George ; Piggott, Samuel
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.]. 1810. xv, [17]-234 p., 1 l.

An authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of John Newton: communicated in a series of letters to the Rev. Mr. Haweis, rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire
Newton, John ; Haweis, Thomas
New-York. Printed by W.A. Davis, for C. Davis. 1796. [4], 248 p., [1] leaf of plates.

An authentic narrative of the causes which led to the death of Major Andre, adjutant-general of His Majesty's forces in North America
Smith, Joshua Hett ; Seward, Anna
London. Printed for Mathews and Leigh. 1808. vii, 357 p., [43] p. of plates.

An authentic narrative of the causes which led to the death of Major Andre, adjutant-general of His Majesty's forces in North America
Smith, Joshua Hett ; Seward, Anna
New-York. Printed for Evert Duyckinck, no. 110, Pearl-street. 1809. iv, [5]-214 p.

An authentic narrative of the conduct of Elizabeth Fenning, from the time that the warrant arrived for her death till her execution: with copies of original letters, &c
T. W. W
London. Ogles, Duncan, and Cochran. 1815. v, 33 p.

An authentic narrative of the late extraordinary proceedings at Cambridge, against the W----r Club
Francklin, Thomas ; Ansell, Thomas
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1751. 62 p.

An authentic narrative of the late sanguinary battle on the plains of Waterloo: exhibiting a minute detail of all the military operations of the heroes who signalized themselves on that memorable ocassion, opposed to Napoleon Buonaparte, in person. To which is added the French account of the murderous conflict, from a French general
Scott, W. A
London. Printed for E. Cox and son. 1815. viii, 128, 70 p.

An authentic narrative of the life of Joshua Slocum: containing a succinct account of his revolutionary services, together with other interesting reminisences [!] and thrilling incidents in his eventful life
Slocum, John
Hartford. Printed for the author. 1844. viii, [9]-105 p.

An authentic narrative of the loss of the American brig Commerce: wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815. With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, who were enslaved by the wandering Arabs on the great African desart, or Zahahrah; and observations historical, geographical, &c., made during the travels of the author, while a slave to the Arabs, and in the empire of Morocco
Riley, James
Hartford. The author. 1817. xiv p., 1 l. [17]-460, xxxiv p.

An authentic narrative of the loss of the American brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815: With an account of the sufferings of her surviving officers and crew, who were enslaved by the wandering Arabs on the great African desert, or Zahahrah; and observations historical, geographical, &c., made during the travels of the author, while a slave to the Arabs, and in the empire of Morocco
Riley, James ; Anderson, Alexander
New-York. Published by the author. 1818. xiv, 407 p.

An authentic narrative of the oppressions of the islanders of Jersey: To which is prefixed a succinct history of the military actions, constitution, laws, customs, and commerce of that island
Shebbeare, John
London. S. Hooper. 1771. 2 v.

An authentic narrative of the piratical descents upon Cuba made by hordes from the United States: headed by Narciso Lopez, a native of South America; to which are added, some interesting letters and declarations from the prisoners, with a list of their names &c
Wilson, Thomas William
Havana. 1851. 44 p.

An authentic narrative of the Seminole War: its cause, rise and progress, and a minute detail of the horrid massacres of the whites, by the Indians and Negroes, in Florida, in the months of December, January, and February
Blanchard, Daniel F
Providence. Printed for D.F. Blanchard, and others. 1836. 24 p.

An authentic narrative of the shipwreck and sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley: the wife of Captain James Bradley, of Liverpool, in England, commander of the British ship Sally, which was wrecked on the coast of Barbary, in June, 1818
Bradley, Eliza
Concord. Printed by L. Roby. 1829. iv, [5]-108 p. incl. pl.

An authentic narrative of the shipwreck and sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley: wife of Capt. James Bradley, of Liverpool, commander of the ship Sally, which was shipwrecked on the coast of Barbary, in June, 1818
Bradley, Eliza
Boston. Printed by J. Howe. 1823. iv, [5]-108 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates.

An authentic narrative of the shipwreck and sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley, the wife of Capt. James Bradley of Liverpool, commander of the ship Sally, which was wrecked on the coast of Barbary, in June, 1818
Bradley, Eliza
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. [1985]. 99 p.

An authentic narrative of the success of tar-water, in curing a great number and variety of distempers: with remarks and occasional papers relative to the subject : to which are subjoined, two letters from the author of Siris, shewing the medicinal properties of tar-water, and the best manner of making it
Prior, Thomas
[London]. Dublin printed, London reprinted for W. Innys, C. Hitch, and M. Cooper ... and C. Davis. 1746. 88 p.

An authentic report of a trial before the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, for the county of Washington, June term, 1824: Charles Lowell vs. John Faxon & Micajah Hawks, surgeons and physicians, in an action of trespass on the case, for ignorance and negligence in their professional treatment of the plff's dislocated hip : with observations on the prejudices and conduct of the inhabitants of Eastport, in regard to this cause : the character and testimony of the several witnesses, and the novel, and extraordinary positions assumed by the court
Lowell, Charles ; Faxon, John ; Hawks, Micajah
Portland. Printed for the author. 1825. 29 p.

An authentic report of the Clough case: taken by two note takers at the hearing in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron, the Hon. Baron Sir W.C. Smith, bart., the Hon. Baron Foster on Thursday 21 Friday, Friday 22, Thursday 28, Friday 29, and Saturday 30 April, Easter term, 1836 : the evidence carefully compared with the court copy of the depositions, and the extracts from the Synod of Ulster records, carefully examined with the original mss. : the judgment of the court, etc., etc. given in full
Macrory, A. J
Dublin. Hodges and Smith. 1836. 205 p.

An Authentic report of the debate in the House of Commons, June the 23rd, 1825, on Mr. Buxton's motion relative to the demolition of the Methodist chapel and mission house in Barbadoes, and the expulsion of Mr. Shrewsbury
London. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son. 1825. 119 p.

An authentic report of the discussion which took place by agreement at Carrick on Shannon, on the ninth of November, 1824, between three Roman Catholic clergymen, and three clergymen of the established church: accompanied by the certificates of the reporters, appointed by each party, and by that of the committee of gentlemen authorized to publish a report of the proceedings
Philadelphia. Robert Desilver. 1825. 75 p.

An authentic report of the interesting trial for a libel, contained in the celebrated poem, called "The nosegay": wherein George Evans Bruce, Esq. was plaintiff, and Thomas Grady, Esq. defendant : tried before the Honorable Serjeant Johnson, and a special jury of the County Limerick, at summer assizes, 1816 : containing the speeches of Messrs. Goold, O'Connell, Burton, and Pennefeather : the entire of the evidence on both sides, and the admirable charge of Mr. Serjeant Johnson, together with a preface by the editor
Bruce, George Evans ; Grady, Thomas
Limerick. Printed by A.J. Watson, for the editor. [1816?]. vii, 76 p.

An authentic report of the testimony in a cause at issue in the Court of Chancery of the state of New Jersey, between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants
Shotwell, Thomas Latham ; Deacon, John C ; Decow, Stacy ; Foster, Jeremiah J
Philadelphia. J. Harding, printer. 1831. 2 v.

An authentic report of the trial of Myers and others for the murder of Dudley Marvin Hoyt: with the able and eloquent speeches of counsel, and "the letters" in full, with explanatory notes, which furnish a clear and complete history of the case
Myers, William R ; Myers, Samuel S ; Burr, William S
New York. Richards and Co. [1846]. 48 p.

An authentic wagon train journal of 1853: from Indiana to California
Brown, William Richard
[Calif.?]. B. Wills. c1985. 79 p.

An authentic woman: soulwork for the wisdom years
Moffatt, BettyClare
New York. Simon & Schuster. c1999. 208 p.

An authentic woman: soulwork for the wisdom years
Moffatt, BettyClare
Thorndike, Me. Thorndike Press. 1999. 224 p.

Anauṭho prema: kathā saṅgraha
Thāpā, Dilīpa
Dārjīliṅa. Śyāma Bradarsa Prakāśana. [2003]. 34 p.

An author a month: for pennies
McElmeel, Sharron L
Englewood, Colo. Libraries Unlimited. 1988. xvii, 224 p.

An author a month (for dimes)
McElmeel, Sharron L
Englewood, Colo. Teacher Ideas Press. 1993. xiv, 185 p.

An author a month (for nickels)
McElmeel, Sharron L
Englewood, Colo. Teacher Ideas Press. 1990. xiv, 172 p.

An author and/or title list of the references contained in Dr. George Wm. Marshall's family-keyed Genealogist's guide, 1903 edition: constituting a bibliography, prior to that date, of British local history, family history, topography, heraldry, and similarly, but less extensively, for Ireland, Scotland, and Wales
Van Kersen, Lionel Wm ; Marshall, George W
Los Angeles, Calif. L.W. Van Kersen. 1973. 117 p.

An Author and permuted title index to selected statistical journals
Joiner, Brian L
Washington]. National Bureau of Standards; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1970. iv, 506 p.

An author and subject index of the periodical Musart, 1948-1962
Bussell, Margaret Rose ; Hughey, Mary Ann
Washington. National Catholic Music Educators Association. 1963. iii, 85 p.

An author and subject index to the publications of the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station and the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station, 1888-1946
Matthews, James D ; Oliver, Jane
[Athens]. University of Georgia, University Libraries. 1948. 138 l.

An author and subject index to Today in France, numbers 1-100, September 1961-April 1972
Ryan, Janice L
[Kent? Ohio]. 1972. 74 p.

An author bites the dust
Upfield, Arthur William
Garden City, N.Y. Published for the Crime Club by Doubleday. c1948. 191 p.

An author bites the dust
Upfield, Arthur William
New York. Collier Books. 1987, c1948. 224 p.

An author bites the dust
Upfield, Arthur William
[Sydney]. Angus and Robertson. [1967, c1948]. 224 p.

An author catalog of disciples of Christ and related religious groups
Spencer, Claude E
Canton, Mo. Disciples of Christ historical society. 1946. iv, 367 p.

An author catalogue of books about Nigeria in the Regional Library, Kaduna
Gunton, Dennis ; Martin, D
[Kaduna. 1962]. 59 p.

An author index to Library of Congress classification: Class P, subclasses PN, PR, PS, PZ, general literature, English and American literature, fiction in English, juvenile belles lettres
Greenberg, Alan M
New York. M. Dekker. c1981. vi, 80 p.

An author index to selected British "little magazines," 1930-1939
Bloomfield, B. C
London. Mansell. 1976. xiii, 153 p.

An author in the family: a farce comedy in three acts
Wakefield, John Edwin
Boston, Mass. [Walter H. Baker Company. c1938]. 174 p.

An authoritative statement of the resources of Mesa county, Colorado: and the advantages and opportunities it has to offer
Charlton, John S
Denver [Colo.]. Carson-Harper Co. [1898?]. 31 p.

An author's guide to business publications
Wolf, William B
[Los Angeles]. University of Southern California, Research Institute for Business and Economics. 1967. 15, 142 l.

An author's guide to nursing journals
Slaninka, Susan C ; Brown, Corey J
King of Prussia, PA. Health Management Publications. c1994. v, 135 p.

An author's guide to publishing
Legat, Michael
London. Hale. 1982. 191 p.

An author's guide to publishing better articles in better journals in the behavioral sciences
Kupfersmid, Joel ; Wonderly, Donald MacKay
Brandon, Vt. Clinical Psychology Pub. Co. c1994. vi, 129 p.

An author's guide to real estate publications
Friedman, Jack P
College Station. Texas Real Estate Research Center, Texas A&M University. 1979. iii, 55 p.

An author's guide to scholarly publishing
Derricourt, Robin M
Princeton, N.J. Princeton University Press. c1996. ix, 233 p.

An author's guide to scholarly publishing and the law
Hogan, John C ; Cohen, Saul
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Prentice-Hall. [1965]. viii, 167 p.

An author's guide to social work journals
Mendelsohn, Henry N
New York. National Association of Social Workers. c1983. vii, 78 p.

An author's guide to social work journals
Mendelsohn, Henry N
Silver Spring, Md. National Association of Social Workers. c1987. vi, 153 p.

An author's guide to social work journals
Mendelsohn, Henry N
Washington, DC. NASW Press, National Association of Social Workers. c1992. xvii, 282 p.

An author's guide to the copyright law
Patton, Warren L
Lexington, Mass. Lexington Books. c1980. x, 192 p.

An author's love: being the unpublished letters of Prosper Merimee's Inconnue
Balch, Elisabeth ; Rogers, Bruce
London . Macmillan and Co. 1889. xix, 335 p.

An author's mind: the book of title-pages ; a bookful of books, or, thirty books in one
Tupper, Martin Farquhar
Philadelphia. Carey and Hart. 1847. viii, [17]-200 p.

An author, title, and subject check list of Smithsonian Institution publications relating to anthropology
Miller, Mamie Ruth Tanquist
Albuquerque, N.M. University of New Mexico Press. 1946. 218 p.

Anauṭho yātrā: br̥hat antarvārtā saṅgraha-131
Nyaupāne, Rāmaprasāda
[Bhaktapur]. Rāmaprasāda Nyaupāne. 2061 [2004]. 29, 776 p.

A "Nautica": a fiumei M. kir. allami Tengereszeti Akademia to˜rtenete
Horvath, Jozsef
Rona. HA-JOS Bt. 1999. 196 p.

A nautica dos descobrimentos: os descobrimentos maritimos vistos por um navegador
Coutinho, Carlos Viegas Gago
Lisboa. Agencia Geral do Ultramar, Divisao de Publicacʹoes e Bibioteca. 1951-52. 2 v.

A naútica e a ciência em Portugal: notas sobre as navegações
Albuquerque, Luís de
Lisboa. Gradiva. 1989. 172 p.

A nautical description of the Caribbee Islands, or, Lesser Antilles
London. James Imray and Son. 1856. vii, 102 p.

A nautical description of the Gulf of Mexico and Bay of Honduras, and of the islands of Porto Rico, Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, the Bahamas, &c
Imray, James, and son
London. J. Imray and son. 1856. xii, 294 p.

An autistic child in the family: report
London. The Society. 1974. [1], 15 p.

An autoadaptive method for numerical integration
Amble, Ole
Trondheim. (Brun). 1969. 43-50 p.

An autobibliography, 1933-1974
Simmons, John Simon Gabriel
Oxford. The author. 1975. ii-x, 18 p.

An autobibliography supplement, 1975-1984
Simmons, John Simon Gabriel
Oxford. J.S.G. Simmons. 1985. vi, 10 p.

An autobiographical account by a leading Sardinian Republican politician of resistance to Fascism in Sardinia from 1918-1930: Marcia su Roma e dintorni = The march on Rome and thereabouts
Lussu, Emilio
Lewiston. E. Mellen Press. c1992. xxvii, 193 p.

An auto/biographical approach to learning disability research
Atkinson, Dorothy
Aldershot . Ashgate. c1997. vii, 146 p.

An autobiographical fragment, 1905: a facsimile copy of the original manuscript
Billings, John S
Bethesda, Md. National Library of Medicine. 1965. 1 v. (unpaged).

An autobiographical fragment and biographical notes: with personal sketches of contemporaries, unpublished lyrics, and letters of literary friends
Cornwall, Barry ; Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton
London. Bell. 1877. xiv, 306 p.

An autobiographical memoir
Butler, Josephine Elizabeth Grey ; Johnson, George William ; Johnson, Lucy A. Nutter ; Catt, Carrie Chapman
Bristol [Eng.]. J.W. Arrowsmith. [1928]. xii, 276 p.

An auto-biographical memoir of Petrus Borchardus Borcherds, Esq: being a plain narrative of occurrences from early life to advanced age
Borcherds, Petrus Borchardus
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. 1972. xxv, 500 p.

An auto-biographical memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., late of the Admiralty: including reflections, observations, and reminiscences at home and abroad, from early life to advanced age
Barrow, John
London. John Murray. 1847. xi, [1], 515, [1] p. (last blank), [1] leaf of plates (frontis.).

An autobiographical novel
Rexroth, Kenneth ; Hamalian, Linda
New York. New Directions. 1991. xvii, 542 p.

An autobiographical novel
Rexroth, Kenneth
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1966. xi, 367 p.

An autobiographical sketch: with a list of writings
Coleman, J. Winston
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An autobiographical sketch
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