An account of the proceedings of the Privy council of Scotland against David Baillie, with relation to the plot: taken from original papers and records
London. Printed for A. Baldwin. 1704. , 23,  p.
An account of the proceedings of the Society for Propagating the Gospel at Home: from Jan. 1802, to May 1803 : containing very interesting intelligence
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Ritchie, Sold for the benefit of the society. 1803. 63 p.
An account of the proceedings on a charge of high treason against John Martin: author of the following works, 1. An inquiry into the state of the legal and judicial polity of Scotland ... 2. A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale
London. Printed for Smith ... and Burks. 1795. , iv, 49,  p.
An account of the proceedings on the King's Commissions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, and Goal-delivery of Newgate, held for the city of London, and county of Middlesex, at Justice-Hall, in the Old-Bayley: the 2d and 3d days of July, 1684 : and in the 35th year of His Majesties reign
London. Printed by George Croom. 1684. 4 p.
An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the charge of illegal voting: at the presidential election in Nov., 1872
Anthony, Susan B
New York. Arno Press. 1974. vii, 212 p.
An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the charge of illegal voting, at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh, and William B. Hall, the inspectors of election by whom her vote was received
Anthony, Susan B
Union, N.J. Lawbook Exchange. 2002. vii, 212 p.
An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony on the charge of illegal voting at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the inspectors of elections by whom her vote was received
Anthony, Susan B
Rochester, N.Y. Daily Democrat and Chronicle Book Print. 1874. vii, 212 p.
An account of the progress of the reformation of manners, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America: With some reasons and plain direction for our hearty and vigorous prosecution of this glorious work. In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special obligations of magistrates, to be diligent in the execution of the penal-laws against prophaneness and debauchery, for the effecting of a national reformation
Woodward, Josiah ; Defoe, Daniel ; Downing, Joseph
London. Printed and sold by J. Downing. 1704. 4 p. l., -63 p.
An account of the progress of the reformation of manners, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America: With some reasons and plain directions for our hearty and vigorous prosecution of this glorious work. In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special obligations of magistrates, to be diligent in the execution of the penal laws against prophaneness and debauchery, for the effecting of a national reformation
Woodward, Josiah ; Defoe, Daniel ; Downing, Joseph
London. Printed and sold by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-close, near West Smithfield. 1705. , 72 p.,  leaf of plates.
An account of the properties and composition of the dyestuffs and chymical compounds which enter into the constitution of colors
Willimantic, Ct. E.S. Simpson, printer. 1857. 134 p.
An account of the province of Carolina in America: together with an abstract of the patent, and several other necessary and useful particulars, to such as have thoughts of transporting themselves thither : published for their information
Wilson, Samuel ; Larkin, George ; Smith, Francis
London. Printed by G. Larkin for Francis Smith. 1682. 27,  p.,  folded leaf of plates.
An account of the public funds transferrable at the Bank of England: and of the stocks of some of the principal companies in London
Fairman, William ; Cohen, Bernard
London. J. Richardson [etc.]. 1824. viii, 287 p.
An account of the Quakers politicks: discovering some material passages as to their government never before published : as also something extracted from several letters of Robert Bridgeman to George Keith, the originals of all which I have by me
Keith, George ; Bridgman, Robert ; Brinley, George
London. Printed by W. Redmayne for Brab. Aylmer ... and Charles Rome. 1700. , 39,  p.
An account of the reasons of the nobility and gentry's invitation of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England: being a memorial from the English Protestants concerning their grievances : with a large account of the birth of the Prince of Wales, presented to Their Highnessees the Prince and Princess of Orange
London. Printed for Nathanael Ranew and Jonathan Robinson. 1688. , 28 p.
An account of the reasons which induced Charles II King of England to declare war against the States-General of the United Provinces in 1672: and of the private league which he entred into at the same time with the French king to carry it on and to establish popery in England, Scotland, & Ireland : as they are set down in the history of the Dutch war, printed in French at Paris, with the priviledge of the French king in 1682 : which book he caused to be immediately suppressed at the instance of the English ambassador
Primi Fassola di San Maiolo, Giovan Battista Feliciano
London. Printed for Richard Baldwin. 1689. , 15,  p.
An account of the Red River in Louisiana drawn up from the returns of Messrs. Freeman and Custis in the War Office of the United States, who explored the same in the year 1806
Freeman, Thomas ; Custis, Peter
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. . 74 p.
An account of the religious houses: formerly situated on the eastern side of the river Witham
London. R. Spencer. 1846. xviii, 187 p.
An Account of the remains of the worship of Priapus: lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples; in two letters, one from Sir William Hamilton ... to Sir Joseph Banks ... and the other from a person residing at Isernia; to which is added, A discourse on the worship of Priapus, and its connexion with the mystic theology of the ancients
Hamilton, William ; Knight, Richard Payne ; Newton, James
London. Printed by T. Spilsbury. 1786. 195 p.
An account of the remarkable captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, her four children and servant-maid, who were taken by the Indians
Hanson, Elizabeth ; Bownas, Samuel ; Hopwood, Samuel
[London?. s.n. ca. 1830]. 16 p.
An account of the remarkable occurrences in the life and travels of Col. James Smith during his captivity with the Indians
New York. Garland Pub. 1979. 88 p.
An account of the restorations of the collegiate chapel of St. George, Windsor [microform]: with some particulars of the heraldic ornaments of that edifice
London. W. Pickering. 1844. 55 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
An account of the reunion of the descendants of Rev. Thomas Hooker: held at Hartford, May 16, 1890. With other historical papers
Salem, Mass. The Salem press. 1890. 83 p.
An Account of the re-union of the descendants of the late Thomas W. La Monte of Charlotteville, N.Y. [microform]: at the residence of his son, George La Monte, Bound Brook, N.J. November 22nd and 23rd, 1876
New York. J.W. Pratt, printers. 1877. 16 p. ; 24 cm.
An account of the reunion of the descendants of Thomas Hooker, first minister of Hartford, Conn. [microform]: held at Hartford May 16, 1890 : with other historical papers
Salem, Mass. Salem Press Pub. and Print. Co. 1890. 83 p. ; 24 cm.
An account of the rise and progress of Mahometanism: with the life of Mahomet and a vindication of him and his religion from the calumnies of the Christians
Stubbe, Henry ; Shairani, Mahmud Khan
Lahore. Orientalia. 1975. xxi, 247 p.,  fold. leaf.
An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Society of Antient Britons, for supporting a charity school on Clerkenwell-Green, London
[London. s.n. 1763]. 3,  p.
An account of the rise, progress, and termination of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: briefly stated from authentic documents
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by B. Johnson. 1793. , 36, 12 p.
An account of the rise, progress, present state, and intended enlargements, of the Orphan Hospital: to which is added, Poetical meditations on various subjects
Tod, T ; Tod, T
Edinburgh. Printed by James Donaldson. 1785. 44, 47 p.
An account of the Romansh language, 1776
Menston. Scolar Press. 1972. , 31 p.
An account of the sales and imports of cotton
[Liverpool?, England. D. Buchanan. 1829?]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of the seals of the judicial courts of the colony and province of the Massachusetts Bay, 1680-1780
Goodell, Abner Cheney
Cambridge. John Wilson and Son. 1883. 16 p.,  leaves of plates.
An account of the setting-up and operation of the English supervision programme and workshop
Gondar. Provincial Education Office. [1963 or 1964]. 11 leaves.
An account of the settlement of New Plymouth, in New Zealand: from personal observation, during a residence there of five years
Christchurch [N.Z.]. Kiwi Publishers. c1998. xvi, 160 p.
An account of the settlements of the New Zealand Company: from personal observation during a residence there
Petre, Henry William
[Christchurch. Capper Press. 1971]. 94 p.
An account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa
London. Printed by J. Phillips. 1788. 55 p.
An account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa
[New York. AMS Press. 1973]. 55 p.
An account of the Smithsonian Institution
Rhees, William Jones
New York. Arno Press. 1980. 73,  p.
An account of the Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge among the Poor: began anno 1750
London. Printed by John Johnson, for Thomas Field and Co. ..., booksellers to the Society. 1768. 52 p.
An account of the Spanish settlements in America: To which is annexed a succinct account of the climate, produce, trade, manufactures, &c of Old Spain
[New York. AMS Press. 1977]. xvi, 512 p.,  fold. leaf of plates.
An account of the state of agriculture and grazing in New South Wales
Sydney. Sydney University Press. 1975. 146 p.,  leaves of plates.
An account of the state of the Roman-Catholick religion throughout the world
Cerri, Urbano ; Hoadly, Benjamin ; La Roche, Michael de ; Steele, Richard ; Innocent ; Clement
London. J. Roberts. 1715. 1 p.l., lxxviii, viii, 197, x p.
An account of the statues, bas-reliefs, drawings, and pictures in Italy, France, &c. with remarks
Richardson, Jonathan ; Richardson, Jonathan
London. Printed for D. Browne ... J. Whiston and B. White ... and L. Davis. 1754. , 352, , 353-357,  p.
An account of the success of inoculating the small pox in Great Britain, for the year 1724: with a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small pox
London. Printed for J. Peele. . 31 p.
An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox in Great Britain, for the year 1725: with a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small-pox
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1726. 66 p.
An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox in Great Britain for the year 1726: with a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small-pox
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1727. 25 p.
An account of the sufferings of Richard Seller, of Keinsey: a fisherman, who was pressed in Scarborough-Piers, in the time of the two last engagements between the Dutch and English, in the year 1665
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank. 1772. 26 p.
An account of the sugar maple-tree of the United States: and of the methods of obtaining sugar from it : together with observations upon the advantages both public and private of this sugar, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson, Esq
Philadelphia. Printed by R. Aitken & Son ... for a society of gentlemen. 1792. 16 p.
An Account of the summer institute, July, 1968
Rensselaerville, N.Y. Institute on Man and Science. [1969?]. 35 p.
An account of the surprising deliverance of the Rev. Mr. John Rogers from a threatened imprisonment by means of a very young lady, and of the lady's after extraordinary conversion: likewise a remarkable instance of the wonderful goodness of God, in the relief of the Rev. Mr. David Anderson ... : also, an illustrious and instructive instance of the power of religion
New-York. Printed by Hodge and Shober, for S. Loudon. 1775. 24 p.
An account of the systems of public instruction in Belgium, Russia, Turkey, Servia and Egypt
Washington. Govt. Print. Off. 1875. 108 p.
An account of the Tattnall and Fenwick families in South Carolina [microform]
Smith, D. E. Huger
[Charleston, S.C. The South Carolina historical and genealogical magazine. 1913]. 19 p. ; 25 cm.
An Account of the Territorials in Northern Ireland, 1947-1978
Gailey, I. B ; Gillespie, W. F ; Hassett, J
[Belfast]. [Territorial, Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association for Northern Ireland]. . 96 p., 16 p. of plates.
An account of the total expences incurred on account of the proceedings carrying on against the Queen as far as the same can be made out: prepared in pursuance of an address of the House of Peers, dated 3d October 1820
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An account of the trade to the East-Indies: together with the state of the present company, and the best method for establishing and managing that trade to the honor and advantage of the nation
London. [s.n.]. 1691. , 13,  p.(final page blank).
An account of the transactions of the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, from May 1817 to May 1819
Cambridge [Mass.]. Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. 1819. 18 p.
An account of the treasurer of the colony of Rhode Island for the Port Royall expedition, 1710
Providence. Printed for the Society by the Standard printing co. .  p. incl. pl.
An account of the trial between Jonathan Stancliffe, plaintiff, and Thomas Chorley and George Bulmer, defendants, for neglect and inattention as to the dislocation of an arm: tried on Saturday, the 31st July, 1830, at York, before Sir N.C. Tindal, knight, and a special jury
Leeds. Printed and sold by F. Hobson. 1830. 61 p.
An Account of the trial & execution of Rose Butler, who was executed in New-York, July 9, 1819, for attempting to burn a dwelling-house
[New York State. s.n. 1819]. 8 p.
An account of the trial of Alexander Kilham, Methodist preacher, before the general conference in London, on the 26th, 27th, and 28th of July, 1796
Leeds. Printed by Binns and Brown. and may be had of Mr. Murgatroyd ... [and 4 others]. 1796. vi, 51,  p.
An account of the trial of Edward Smyth, late curate of Ballyculter, in the diocese of Down
Dublin. Printed by William Kidd. 1777. x, , 12-146 p.
An account of the trial of Francis Delap, Esq., late Provost Marshall-General: upon an information for a misdemeanor, at a supreme court of judicature, held in the town of Kingston, in the island of Jamaica, on June 18, 1755
London. Printed, and sold by T. Kinnersley. 1755. , xii, 78 p.
An account of the trial of social dance
Rondout, N.Y. Kingston Freeman Printing House. 1899. 46 p.
An account of the trial of the conspirators, on an indictment for carrying away William Morgan, from the jail of Ontario County, on the evening of Sept. 12, 1826: as reported for the Ontario repository : to which is added, Judge Throop's address
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An account of the trial of Thomas Cooper, of Northumberland: on a charge of libel against the President of the United States, taken in short hand with a preface, notes, and appendix
Philadelphia. Printed by J. Bioren. April 1800. 64 p.
An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, Esq. younger, of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for sedition
New-York. Printed and sold by Samuel Campbell. 1794. 148 p.,  leaf of plates.
An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, Esq. younger, of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh on the 30th and 31st days of August 1793, for sedition
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Robertson and sold at his office ... and by H.D. Symonds ... amd James Ridgeway ... London. . 160 p.
An account of the trial of William Brodie and George Smith, before the High Court of Justiciary, on the 27th and 28th days of August, 1788: for breaking into and robbing the General Excise Office of Scotland, on the 5th day of March last : illustrated with notes and anecdotes and the portraits of Brodie and Smith : to which is added an appendix, containing several curious papers relative to the trial and the persons tried
Brodie, William ; Smith, George ; Creech, William
Edinburgh. Printed by and for the author, and sold in London by T. Cadell. 1788. , vi-xxii, , 288 p.,  leaves of plates.
An account of the tryal of Charles Bateman, chirurgeon, for high treason in conspiring the death of the late king and the subversion of the government &c: who was tryed and found guilty at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly on the 9th of December, 1685. The tryals of John Holland and William Davis for conspiring against, violently assaulting, and without any warrantable cause imprisoning William Chancey ... who were tryed and found guilty ... December, 1685 : as also the tryals of John Holland, William Davis, and Agnes Wearing for a notorious burglary and felony ... who were tryed and found guilty ... on the 11th of December, 1685
Bateman, Charles ; Holland, John
London. Printed for D. Mallet. 1685. , 18 p.
An account of the tryal of Elizabeth Chamberlain: on an action brought against her by Samuel Stockwell, alias Sam the Potter, an independent-parson, at the Court of King's-Bench on Monday the 22d of June, 1730 before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Raymond, for saying he was a rogue, a drunkard, a libertine, and a singer of baudy songs : with the preacher's defence of his character and the merry observations in the evidence given against him : to which is added the qualifications necessary to set up a raw independent p---n, with a pathetical letter from a gentleman, and the character of a novice
Stockwell, Samuel ; Chamberlain, Elizabeth
London. Printed for A. Moore. 1730. 8 p.
An account of the tryals of the rebel prisoners in the counties of Middlesex and Surrey by a special commission of Oyer and Terminer, held at the Courts of Common-Pleas and Exchequer at Westminster and the Court of Admiralty in Southwark before several judges therein mentioned: with some passages relating to them after conviction, their petitions, speeches, behaviours, letters, &c
London. Printed and sold by J. Baker. 1716. 24 p.
An account of the Tunisian question and its most recent developments
New York. Tunisian Office for National Liberation. 1952. 40 p.,  leaves of plates.
An account of the United States of America
New York. Arno Press. 1974. 476 p.
An account of the vegetation of Northern Thailand
Stuttgart. Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden. 1988. 101 p.,  p. of plates.
An account of the ventures, adventures and misadventures of William Trescott: 1614/15-1699, his descendants and their kin, related against a background of the history of the times and places where they lived
Charleston, S.C. Printed by Charleston Lithographing Co. 1970. iv, 212 p.
An account of the voyage of Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo
Nauman, James D
San Diego, Calif. Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. 1999. p. cm.
An account of the war in India between the English and French on the coast of Coromandel from the year 1750 to the year 1761
Cambridge, Richard Owen
London. T. Jeffreys. 1762. lvi, 357 p.
An account of the war in Portugal between Don Pedro and Don Miguel
London. T. & W. Boone. 1836. 2 v.
An account of the wild tribes inhabiting the Malayan Peninsula, Sumatra, and a few neighbouring islands: with A journey in Johore and A journey in the Menangkabaw states of the Malayan Peninsula
Favre, Pierre Etienne Lazare
Paris. Printed at the Imperial Printing-office. 1865. 189 p.
An account of the "witch" murder trial, York, Pa., January 7-9, 1929, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. John Blymyer, et al
Aurand, A. Monroe
Harrisburg, Pa. Privately printed by the Aurand Press. 1929. 31 p.
An account of the Worcester Lyceum and Natural History Association
Worcester [Mass. s.n.]. 1876. 12 p.,  leaves of plates.
An account of the work of the Waynesboro high school in the Southern Association study
Waynesboro, Va. Waynesboro high school. 1943. vii, 33 p.
An account of the world tour: Shreemati Nathibai Damodher Thackersey Indian Women's University
Karve, Dhondo Keshav
Poona, India. Karve. 1930. 20 p.
An account of the yellow fever as it prevailed in Philadelphia in the autumn of 1762
Philadelphia. The College. 1865. 44 p.
An account of those described rock collections in the British Museum (Natural History) made before 1918, with a provisional catalogue arranged by continent
Moore, D. T
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An account of, (together with) the writing it self that was found in the pocket of Lawrence Hill, at the time he and Green were executed, (Friday the 21st. of February, 1678/9) for the murder of Sr. Edmond-Berry Godfrey, kt
London. Printed for Robert Pawlet. MDCLXXIX . 3,  p.
An account of two cases of the diabetes mellitus, with remarks, as they arose during the progress of the cure: to which are added, a general view of the nature of the disease and its appropriate treatment, including observations on some diseases depending on stomach affection, and a detail of the communications received on the subject since the dispersion of the notes on the first case
Rollo, John ; Cruickshank, William
London. Printed by T. Gillet, for C. Dilly. 1797. 2 v.
An account of two missionary voyages
London. Pub. for the Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts by the Society for promoting Christian knowledge. 1937. xiv p., facsim. (2 p. l., 87 p.), lxxxix-xci,  p.
An account of two remarkable trains of angular erratic blocks, in Berkshire, Massachusetts
Rogers, Henry D
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An account of two voyages to New-England, made during the years 1638, 1663
Boston. W. Veazie. 1865. vii, 211 p.
An account of Virginia: its scituation, temperature, productions, inhabitants and their manner of planting and ordering tobacco &c
Oxford. Reprinted from the Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society, June 20, 1676 and sold by B.H. Blackwell. 1904. 31 p.
An account of what money has been received for the exports, of the several out ports to Africa in fourteen years time
[London?. s.n. 1712?]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of what pass'd in the engagement near Toulon: between His Majesty's squadron under the command of Admiral Matthews, and the combin'd fleets of France and Spain, &c
London. Printed by Edward Owen in Amen Corner. . 7,  p.
An account of what seem'd most remarkable in the five days peregrination of the five following persons, vizt. Messieurs Tothall, Scott, Hogarth, Thornhill & Forrest, begun on Saturday, May 27th, 1723 and finished on the 31st of the same month
Forrest, Ebenezer ; Hogarth, William ; Savage, Nick ; Kidney, Michaela
Church Hanborough, Oxford. Hanborough Parrot Press. 1989.  p.
An account of W. Williams & Son (Bread Street) Limited, (formerly the partnership business of W. Williams & Son), 1819-1975
Hayman, Leslie Crease Ridd
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An account on the reactions of a Serb village community in Croatia to recent social and ideological innovations
Bloomington. Institute of East European Studies, Indiana University. . 1 v.
An account to render
London. Heinemann. 1970. , 181 p.
An account to settle: the story of the United Bank Workers (SORWUC)
Vancouver. Press Gang Publishers. c1979. 127 p.
An accurate account of that horrible and inhuman traffic, the slave trade: shewing the treatment which the slaves experience, the mode of procuring them &c. : with a description of the iron instruments used in this abominable traffic
London. Printed and published by John Fairburn, Junior, 4 Fountain-Court, Minories. [not before 1800]. 23,  p.,  folded leaf of plates.
An accurate and faithul report of the speeches, songs, &c. at the dinner given by the livery of London to Colonel Wardle, M.P., at the London tavern: copied from the Statesmen evening paper
London. T. Kegg. . 40 p.
An accurate and interesting account of the hardships and sufferings of that band of heroes, who traversed the wilderness in the campaign against Quebec in 1775
Henry, John Joseph
Lancaster [Pa.]. Printed by William Greer. 1812. 225 [i.e. 221] p.
An accurate descripion [!] of the grand allegorical pantomimic spectacle of Cinderella; or, The little glass slipper: as performed at the New theatre, New York. To which is added the story of Cinderella
Kelly, Michael ; James
New York. Published by W. Turner, at the Minerva-press, no. 4 Church street. 1808. 24 p.
An accurate description of the Liverpool and Manchester rail-way: the tunnels, the bridges, and other works throughout the line (1830)
Walker, James Scott
Manchester. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society. 1968. , 46 p.
An accurate description of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway ... with an account of the opening of the railway, and the melancholy accident which occurred: a memoir of the late Right Honble. William Huskisson, particulars of his funeral, &c., &c. Embellished with two beautiful line engravings
Walker, James Scott
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An accurate method for the determination of phosphorus pentoxide as magnesium ammonium phosphate
McNabb, Wallace Morgan
Philadelphia. [Westbrook publishing company]. 1926. 33 p.
An accurate report of a trial for alleged seduction: wherein John Creighton ... of Dublin ... was plaintiff and Henry Dive Townshend, a lieutenant in His Majesty's 41st Regiment of Foot ... was defendant
Creighton, John ; Townshend, Henry Dive
Dublin. Printed by William Henry Tyrrell. 1816. 66 p.
An accurate report of the argument on the motion of attachment against Baptis Irvine, editor of the Whig, for a contempt against the Court of Oyer and Terminer for Baltimore County
Irvine, Baptis ; Hanson, Alexander Contee
Baltimore. P.K. Wagner. 1808. viii, 116 p.
An accurate report of the trial of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline: before the House of Lords, on a bill of pains and penalties, charging Her Majesty with a criminal intercourse, with a foreigner named Bartolomo Bergami : containing the evidence in full--the speeches of counsel on both sides--examination of witnesses, by the peers and counsel--debates on various interesting questions connected with the trial--the opinion of the judges thereon--Miss Demont's letters--proceedings on the first, seond [sic] and third readings of the bill--divorce clause, &c. &c. &c
London. Printed by William Hone. 1821. 494 p.
An accurate system of surveying: in which is contained ... the whole being performed without the use of scale and compasses, or a table of logarithms : in which is given, some account of the variation of the needle, and the causes of its attraction
Litchfield [Conn.]. Printed by T. Collier. 1796. x, , 131,  p. (last leaf blank).
An accurate watch
Doyle, David W
New York. Morrow. c1990. 382 p.
An accused person's rights in Nigerian criminal law
Adesiyan, D. O
Ibadan. Heinemann Educational Books (Nigeria). 1996. xiii, 161 p.
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An ace up my sleeve
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