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An immaculate misconception: sex in an age of mechanical reproduction
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An immigrant's American odyssey: a biography of Ernst Skarstedt
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An immigrant settler
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An immigrant's shenanigans: thirty-three jobs in twenty years
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An immigrant's story
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An immigrant's story
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An immodest agenda: rebuilding America before the twenty-first century
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An immodest Violet: the life of Violet Hunt
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An immortal commonwealth: the political thought of James Harrington
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An immortality for its own sake: a study of the concept of poetry in the writings of Charles Williams
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An immortal soul: a novel
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An immunological study involving carcinogenic hydrocarbons
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An immunological study of band 3, the anion transport protein of the human red blood cell membrane
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Animo!: un momento de reflexión
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!Animo! el ave canta-aunque la rama cruja: vida, acción y trayectoria de Filberto Navas Valdés
Navas Molina, Everardo
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Animo et fide: action and fidelity, the Dill family motto : a history of the Dill family of Northern Ireland, the Hudson Valley, and Long Island, New York
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Animo! inténtalo otra vez: los minusválidos y el deporte
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Waterville, Me. Thorndike Press. 2001. 453 p. (large print).
Animoso iuuenili, elaborato spiritu dirigente, visionum iurium feudalium cum suis elucidationibus pars prima et secunda: opus scholastico-forense, in quo methodica sectandi ratione iura feudalia exponuntur & controuersiae apud feudistas omnes ... resoluuntur
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An impact analysis of construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline on the administration of criminal justice in Alaska: a report
Juneau. The Division. 1976. viii, 259 p.
An impact analysis of the ground water and geological effects of potential control of the sinkhole discharge at Heagy-Burry Park, Orange Lake, Florida: final technical report
Motz, Louis H ; Munch, Douglas A
Palatka, Fla. St. Johns River Water Management District. 1998. xx, 116 p.
An Impact assessment of Arizona's lowered legal drinking age and a review of the previous research
Phoenix, Ariz. Statistical Analysis Center, Arizona Dept. of Public Safety. . 94 p.
An impact assessment of the functional literacy programme: draft June 2003
Chitral. Aga Khan Rural Support Programme. 2003. 10 leaves.
An impact evaluation of India's second and third Andhra Pradesh irrigation projects: a case of poverty reduction with low economic returns
White, Howard ; Masset, Edoardo
Washington, D.C. World Bank Independent Evaluation Group. 2008. xviii, 130 p.
An Impact evaluation of the New York State STOP-DWI Program
[Albany]. The Institute. . 6, v, 151 leaves.
An impact evaluation of the project entitled 'strengthening population planning through rural women's co-opertives'
Ghani, A. K. M. Ahmedul ; Asaduzzaman, M ; Shafiun Nessa
Dhaka. Population Development and Evaluation Unit, Planning Commission, Govt. of the Peoples' Republic of Bangladesh. 1990. x, 87 p.
An impact evaluation of the union health and family welfare centres
Mabud, Mohammed A
Dhaka. Population Development & Evaluation Unit, Planning Commission, Govt. of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. . 71 p.
An impact of village sajha society on small farmers
Bajracharya, Bhuwan Bajra
Kirtipur. Centre for Economic Development and Administration, Tribhuvan University. 1978. iv, 72, xiv, ii p.
An Impartial account of all the material transactions of the grand fleet and land forces from their first setting out from Spithead, June the 29, till his Grace the Duke of Ormond's arrival at Deal, November the 7th, 1702: in which is included a particular relation of the expedition at Cadiz and the glorious victory at Vigo
Officer that was present in those actions
London. Printed for R. Gibson. 1703. 32 p.
An impartial account of divers remarkable proceedings the last sessions of Parliament relating to the horrid Popish Plot, &c
London. [s.n.]. 1679. , 26 p.
An impartial account of Lieut. Col. Bradstreet's expedition to Fort Frontenac
Toronto. Rous & Mann, limited. 1940. 31,  p.
An impartial account of Mr. John Mason of Water-Stratford and his sentiments
London. Printed by Tho. Warren for Walter Kettilby. 1695. , 76 p.
An impartial account of Richard, Duke of York's treasons, and the several arts and methods made use of by him for the obtaining the Crown of England: to which is added the true picture of a popish successor, exactly drawn by the reigns of Christian the Second, and Sygismond, King of Sweden, and Ferdinand the Second, King of Bohemia
London. Printed for Allen Banks. 1682. , 21,  p.
An Impartial account of the horrid and detestable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty, King William, raise a rebellion in England, Scotland and Ireland, and to encourage an invasion from France
London. Printed for John Salusbury. 1696. 38 p.
An impartial account of the late disturbances, in the county of Armagh: containing, all the principal meetings, battles, executions, whippings, &c. of the break-o-day-men and defenders, since the year, 1784, down to the year 1791 : with a full and true account, of the nature of the rising of both parties
Dublin. Printed for the author. 1792. iv, -75 [i.e. 57],  p.
An impartial account of the late expedition against St. Augustine under General Oglethorpe: occasioned by the suppression of the report, made by a committee of the General Assembly in South-Carolina, transmitted under the great seal of that province, to their agent in England, in order to be printed : with an exact plan of the town, castle, and harbour of St. Augustine, and the adjacent coast of Florida, shewing the disposition of our forces on that enterprize
London. Printed for J. Huggonson. 1742. viii, , 10-68 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
An Impartial account of the late expedition against St. Augustine under General Oglethorpe: a facsimile reproduction of the 1742 edition : with an introduction and indexes
Topping, Aileen Moore ; Kirkpatrick, J
Gainesville. University Presses of Florida. 1978. l, 68 p.
An impartial account of the life of the Rev. John N. Maffitt: with a narrative of the difficulties attending his first marriage : and a circumstantial & correct history of all the facts of his late marriage to Miss Smith, of Brooklyn, and the causes of her death : with many particulars never before published : with portraits
New York. John F. Feeks. 1848. 31 p.
An Impartial account of the nature and tendency of the late addresses: in a letter to a gentleman in the country
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper
London. Printed for R. Baldwyn. 1681. 40 p.
An impartial account of the state of New England, or, The late government there vindicated: in answer to the declaration which the faction set forth when they overturned that government : with a relation of the horrible usage they treated the Governour with, and his Council and all that had His Majesty's commission : in a letter to the clergy there
London. Printed for Edward Poole. 1690 [i.e. 42 p.
An impartial account of the trial of the Lord Conwallis [sic]
Cornwallis of Eye, Charles Cornwallis
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1679. , 12 p.
An impartial account of the tryal of Francis Smith, upon an information brought against him for printing and publishing a late book commonly know by the name of Tom Ticklefoot, &c: as also, of the tryal of Jane Curtis, upon an information brought against her for publishing and putting to sale a scandalous libel, called a Satyr upon iniustice, or, Scroggs upon Scroggs
Smith, Francis ; Curtis, Jane
[London?. s.n.]. printed in the year 1680. , 6 p.
An impartial and authentic narrative of the battle: fought on the 17th of June, 1775, between His Britannic Majesty's troops and the American Provincial Army, on Bunker's Hill, near Charles Town, in New-England. With a true and faithful account of the officers who were killed and wounded in that memorable battle. To which are added, some particular remarks and anecdotes which have not yet transpired. The whole being collected and written on the spot
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Millan, Bew ... and -- Sewel. 1775. , 36 p.
An impartial and authentic narrative of the battle fought on the 17th of June, 1775: between His Britannic Majesty's troops and the American provincial army, on Bunker's Hill, near Charles Town, in New-England
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Millan [etc.]. 1775. 1 p. l., 36 p.
An impartial and correct history of the war between the United States of America, and Great Britain: declared by a law of Congress, June 18, 1812, and concluded by a ratification and exchange of a treaty of peace, at the city of Washington, Feb. 17, 1815. Comprising a particular detail of the naval and military operations and a faithful record of the events produced during the contest
Belfast. Reprinted by J. Smyth. 1816. vi, -300 p.
An impartial and correct history of the war between the United States of America, and Great Britain: declared by a law of Congress, June 18, 1812, and concluded by a ratification and exchange of a treaty of peace, at the city of Washington, Feb. 17, 1815. Comprising a particular detail of the naval and military operations, and a faithful record of the events produced during the contest
New-York. J. Low. 1815. 312 p.
An Impartial appeal to the reason, interest and patriotism of the people of Illinois on the injurious effects of slave labour
[S.l. s.n.]. 1824. 16 p.
An impartial consideration of those speeches, which pass under the name of the five Jesuits lately executed: viz. Mr. Whitebread, Mr. Harcourt, Mr. Gawen, Mr. Turner, and Mr. Fenwick : in which is proved, that according to their principles, they not only might, but also ought, to die after that manner, with solemn protestations of their innocency
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell. MDCLXXIX . , 14 p.
An impartial enquiry into the present question concerning excise
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1733. 28 p.
An impartial enquiry into the right of the French king to the territory west of the great river Mississippi: in North America, not ceded by the preliminaries, including a summary account of that river, and the country adjacent
London. W. Nicoll. . 1 p. l., 58 p.
An Impartial enquiry into the true cause of our present national troubles
London. Printed for B. Dodd ... [and 2 others]. 1746. 30 p.
An impartial examination of Mr. Robert Sandeman's Letters on Theron and Aspasio: in three parts, containing
Boston. Printed by Mein and Fleeming ... for Knight Sexton, at Hartford. 1769. , 75, , 98 [i.e. 78], 136 p.
An impartial examination of the case of Captain Isaac Phillips, late of the navy, and commander of the United States sloop of war Baltimore, in 1798
Baltimore. Printed by Benjamin Edes. 1825. 119 p.
An impartial examination of the dispute between Spain and her American colonies
Florez Estrada, Alvaro
London. Printed by C. Squire for Sherwood, Neely and Jones. 1812. viii, 199 p.
An impartial eye
London. Secker & Warburg. 1968. 175 p.
An impartial history of Michael Servetus: burnt alive at Geneva for heresie
London. Printed for A. Ward. 1724. 1 p. l., 216 p.
An impartial history of the late Revolution in France: from its commencement to the death of the queen and the execution of the deputies of the Gironde Party
Rabaut, Jean-Paul ; Lacretelle, Charles
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring for B. Larkin, J. Whilte, Thomas & Andrews, D. West, E. Larkin, J. West, and the proprietor of the Boston Book-Store. 1794. xiii, , 16-496 p.
An impartial history of the life of Mr. John Barber, 1741: The life and character of John Barber, 1741
New York. Garland Pub. 1974. 1 v. (various pagings).
An impartial history of the present war in America: containing an account of its rise and progress, the political springs thereof, with its various successes and disappointments on both sides
Newcastle upon Tyne. Printed for T. Robson [etc. 1778-80]. 3 v.
An impartial history of the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne and its vicinity: comprehending an account of its origin, population, coal, coasting, & foreign trade, together with an accurate description of all its public buildings, manufactories, coal works, &c
Newcastle upon Tyne. Vint & Anderson. 1801. 6 p. l., [iii]-viii, -612 p.
An impartial history of the war in America: from its first commencement, to the present time; together with the charters of the several colonies, and other authentic information. Likewise, the rise, progress, and political springs of the war now carrying on between Great-Britain, and the united powers of France, Spain, Holland, and America; with a particular account of the several engagements both by sea and land
Newcastle upon Tyne. Printed by and for T. Robson; [etc., etc. 1782]. 2 v.
An impartial history of the war in America: between Great Britain and her colonies, from its commencement to the end of the year 1779. Exhibiting a circumstantial, connected, and complete account of the real causes, rise, and progress of the war, interspersed with anecdotes and characters of the different commanders, and accounts of such personages in Congress as have distinguished themselves during the contest. With an Appendix, containing a collection of interesting and authentic papers tending to elucidate the history. Illustrated with a variety of beautiful copper-plates, representing real and animated likenesses of those celebrated generals who have distinguished themselves in the important contest
London. Printed for R. Faulder. 1780. xi, 608, 44 p.
An Impartial history of the war in America, between Great Britain and her colonies, from its commencement to the end of the year 1779: exhibiting a circumstantial, connected, and complete account of the real causes, rise, and progress of the war, interspersed with anecdotes and characters of the different commanders, and accounts of such personages in Congress as have distinguished themselves during the contest
London. Printed for R. Faulder, bookseller, New-Bond-street; and J. Milliken, bookseller, Carlisle. 1780. xi, 608, 44 p.  leaves of plates.
An impartial history of the wars of Ireland: with a continuation thereof. In two parts. From the time that Duke Schonberg landed ... to the 23d of March, 169 1/2
Story, George Warter
London. Printed for R. Chiswell. 1693. 2 v. in 1.
An impartial inquiry into the benefits and damages arising to the nation from the present very great use of low-priced spirituous liquors: with proper estimates thereupon, and some considerations humbly offered for preventing the introduction of foreign spirits not paying the duties
London. Printed for T. Tyre. 1751. , 33,  p.
An impartial inquiry into the state and utility of the province of Georgia
London. W. Meadows. 1741. v. 1, p. -201.
An impartial narrative of the last expedition to the coast of France
London. Printed for J. Wilkie. 1758. 21,  p.
An impartial narrative of the most important engagements which took place between His Majesty's forces and the rebels, during the Irish rebellion, 1798: including very interesting information not before made public
Cambridge, N.Y. Printed by Tennery & Stockwell. [1804?]. 237 p.
An impartial relation of the hail-storm on the fifteenth of July and the tornado on the second of August 1799: which appeared in the towns of Bozrah, Lebanon, and Franklin, in the state of Connecticut : to which is annexed an estimate of the damages done by the storm, made by a committee, from said towns, the whole published under their direction for the information of the public
Norwich [Conn.]. Printed by John Trumbull. 1799. 30,  p. (last leaf blank).
An impartial review, of that part of Dr. Rush's late publication, entitled "An account of the bilious remitting yellow fever, as it appeared in the city of Philadelphia, in the year 1793, which treats of the origin of the disease.": In which his opinion is shewn to be erroneous; the importation of the disease established; and the wholesomeness of the city vindicated
Philadelphia. Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the Stone-house, no. 41, South second-street. 1794. 15 p.
An impartial review of the causes and principles of the French Revolution
Boston. Printed by Benjamin Edes. 1798. 101,  p.
An Impartial review of the present troubles of Germany, the conduct of the generals now in the field, and particularly of the late Battle of Dettingen: as also of the present plan of politicks of the Emperor and Queen of Hungary and their auxiliaries, in a letter from a member of the Diet at Ratisbon to a publick minister at the Hague, dated the 4th of July, N.S. 1743
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1743. , 52 p.
An impartial review of the question pending between Great Britain and her West Indian colonies: respecting the abolition of negro slavery
Resident and proprietor in the West Indies
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1824. 35 p.
An impartial review of the rise and progress of the controversy between the parties known by the names of the Federalists & Republicans: in a series of letters from a partaker in the American Revolution to a junior citizen
Philadelphia. Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-street. 1800. 50 p.
An impartial sketch of the life of Thomas Paine: author of "Common Sense," "Rights of man," &c. &c. To which is added his letters to Mr. Henry Dundas, to Lord Onslow, to the Marquis of Landsdowne, to the authors of the Republican, to the Abbe Syeyes, and to the people of France. With thoughts on peace
London. Printed for, and sold by T. Browne. 1792. 48 p.
An impartial statement of the controversy, respecting the decision of the late committee of canvassers: containing the opinions of Edmund Randolph, Esq., attorney general of the United States, and several other eminent law characters
New-York. Printed by Thomas Greenleaf. 1792. 46 p.
An impartial statement of the scripture doctrine, in respect of civil government, and the duties of subjects
London. Printed and sold by C. Watts ..., by J. Johnson ..., J. Mathews. 1792. 24 p.
An Impartial state of the case of the Earl of Danby: in a letter to a member of the House of commons
London. 1679. 20 p.
An impartial state of the case of the French comedians, actors, players, or strollers, who lately opened a theatre at the Hay-Market: in which some notice is taken of another set, now occupying that theatre
Gentleman in town
London. Printed for M. Shepey ... R. Spavan ... W. Myer ... G. Woodfall. 1750. , 25,  p.
An impartial study of the Shakespeare title: with facsimiles
Stotsenburg, John H
Louisville, Ky. J. P. Morton & Company. 1904. xii, 530 p.
An impartial study of the Shakespeare title, with facsimiles
Stotsenburg, John H
Port Washington, N.Y. Kennikat Press. . xii, 530 p.