A plea for six months schools: the cry of half a million of Georgia's children
Haygood, Atticus G
Atlanta, Ga. Constitution Pub. Co. 1888. 19 p.

A plea for social justice for the Negro woman
Thorne, Jack
Yonkers, N.Y. [New York]. Lincoln Press Ass'n. 1912. 11 p.

A plea for spoken language: An essay upon comparative elocution, condensed from lectures delivered throughout the United States
Murdoch, James Edward
Cincinnati. Van Antwerp, Bragg & co. [c1883]. viii, 9-320 p.

A plea for study: An oration before the literary societies of Yale College, August 19, 1845
Bethune, George W
Philadelphia. J.C. Clark. 1845. 45 p.

A plea for study of art in coinage
Mukherjee, Bratindra Nath
Varanasi. Numismatic Society of India. 1983. 53 p., ix p. of plates.

A plea for succession, in opposition to popular exclusion
London. W. Davis. 1682. 1 p.l., 18 p.

[A plea for support] [microform]
Barcelona. the Comissariat. [1936]. 1 leaf.

A plea for the abolition of tests in the University of Oxford
Smith, Goldwin
New York. Arno Press. 1977. vii, 103 p.

A plea for the abolition of tests in the University of Oxford
Smith, Goldwin
Oxford. Wheeler and Day. 1864. vii, 103 p.

A plea for the American Bible Society: a sermon delivered on Sabbath evening, March 29, 1818, in the Third Presbyterian Church, Albany
Cumming, Hooper
Albany. Printed and published by E. & E. Hosford. 1818. 23 p.

A plea for the antiquity of heraldry: with an attempt to expound its theory and elucidate its history
Ellis, William Smith
London. J.R. Smith. 1853. 23 p.

A plea for the broader education of the chemical engineer: an address
Richardson, Clifford
Washington, D.C. Gibson Bros. 1907. 16 p.

A plea for the catholic doctrine of the Trinity
Landis, Robert W
Philadelphia. 1832. ix, [1], 227 p.

A plea for the church in Georgia: A sermon, delivered in Christ Church, Savannah, on Sunday morning, April 26th, 1829; at the opening of the seventh annual convention of the diocese of Georgia
Smith, Hugh
Augusta [Ga.]. Printed at the Georgia Courier office [by John G. McWhorter]. 1829. [3],4-30p.

A plea for the commonalty of London, or, A vindication of their rights (which hath been long with-holden from them) in the choice of sundry city officers: as also, a justification of the power of the Court of Common-Councell in the making of acts or by-laws for the good and profit of the citizens, notwithstanding the negative votes of the Lord Major and aldermen : being fully proved by severall charters granted to this city ... and by records witnessing the particulars in the practise of them : in a speech delivered in Common-Councell on Munday the 24th of February 1644
Bellamie, John
London. Printed by George Miller, and are to be sold at his house. 1645. [8], 29, [1] p.

A plea for the confederation of the colonies of British North America: addressed to the people and Parliament of Prince Edward Island
Richey, Matthew
Charlottetown, P.E.I. G. Bremner, 'Excelsior' Printing Office. 1867. 24 p.

A plea for the Constitution of the United States, wounded in the house of its guardians
Bancroft, George
Sewanee, TN. Spencer Judd. c1982. viii, 89 p.

A plea for the Constitution, shewing the enormities committed to the oppression of British subjects
Bentham, Jeremy
London. Printed for Mawman, Poultry; and Hatchard, Piccadilly, by Wilks and Taylor, Chancery-Lane. 1803. 68 p.

A plea for the Cumberland Presbyterian church: wherein is exhibited a contrast of her doctrines with other denominations of Christians : in which just causes of dissention are extensively considered, in view of the essential unity of the church of Christ: and the obligations of the pious to promote her unity, peace, purity and prosperity
Jones, Laban
Louisville [Ky.]. N. H. White, printer. 1847. 504 p.

A plea for the cure of rupture; or, The pathology of the subcutaneous operation by injection for the cure of hernia
Warren, Joseph H
Boston. J.R. Osgood and company; [etc., etc.]. 1884. 117 p., 1 l.

A plea for the deity of Jesus: and the doctrine of the Trinity; being a chronological view of what is related concerning the person of Christ, the Holy Spirit, and the Trinity; whether in the sacred writings, or in Jewish, heathen, and Christian authors
Simpson, David ; Parsons, Edward
London. Printed for W. Brown, and Robinson and son, and Hardcastle, Leeds. 1812. lxv, 614 p.

A plea for the divine law against murder
Berg, Joseph F
Philadelphia. James M. Campbell. 1846. 72 p.

A plea for the establishment of commercial high schools: an address before the convention of the American bankers' association at San Francisco, September 7, 1892
James, Edmund Janes
New York. American bankers' association. 1893. 17 p.

A plea for th eestablishment of veterinary colleges in the United States: being a lecture delivered October, 1854, before th State agricultural society of Pennsylvania, at Powelton, Philadelphia
Bryan, James
Philadelphia. J.M. Wilson. 1855. 16 p.

A plea for the godly and other sermons
Watson, Thomas
Pittsburgh, PA. Soli Deo Gloria Publications. c1993. iv, 480 p.

A Plea for the heroes, T. R. and the Rough Riders: including Theodore Roosevelt's report to General Shafter urging the withdrawal of the Rough Riders and his report to the Secretary of War on the hardships and problems endured by the men
Roosevelt, Theodore
Amarillo, Tex. Humbug Gulch Press. [c1971]. 39 p.

A plea for the home government of Ireland
MacCarthy, John George
London. Longmans, Green. 1871. 201 p.

A plea for the Indian citizens of the United States
Wise, Jennings C
Washington. [1925]. 48 p.

A plea for the Indians: with facts and features of the late war in Oregon
Beeson, John
New York. J. Beeson. 1857. 143, [1] p.

A plea for the Indians
Beeson, John
Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press. [1982]. xxi, 148 p.

A plea for the just valuation of facts: president's address before Virginia State Bar Association, August 3rd, 1904
Hamilton, Alexander
Richmond. Everett Waddey Co. 1904. 14 p.

A Plea for the King
Quarles, Francis
Oxford. Printed for Leonard Lichfield. 1642 [i.e. 1643]. [8] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A plea for the laity against the clergy: a sermon
Vicar of Bray
[Ireland. s.n. 18--]. 6 p.

A plea for the liberty of interpreting
Abercrombie, Lascelles
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1975. 30 p.

A plea for the liberty of interpreting
Abercrombie, Lascelles
[Folcroft, Pa.]. Folcroft Library Editions. 1973. 30 p.

A plea for the life of a dying religion from the word of the Lord: in a sermon preached to the general assembly of the colony of the Massachusets at Boston in New-England, May 16. 1683, being the day of election there
Torrey, Samuel ; Mather, Increase
Boston in New-England. Printed by Samuel Green for Samuel Sewall. 1683. [8], 46, [2] p.

A plea for the ministers of the gospel: Offered to the consideration of the people of New-England. Being an exposition of Galat. VI. 6
Mather, Increase
Boston. Printed by B. Green. 1706. [1] p. l., 29 p.

A plea for the mixed economy
Masani, Minocheher Rustom
Bombay. National Information & Publications. [1947]. 37 p.

A plea for the most faithful translation of the Holy Scriptures: delivered before the American Bible Union in the First Baptist Church, New York, Oct. 2, 1851
Maclay, Archibald
[New York. s.n. 1851]. 20 p.

A plea for the non-conformists: shewing the true state of their case: and how far the conformist's separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduc'd into the service of God, justifies the non-conformist's separation from them : in a letter to Benjamin Calamy, on his sermon (call'd Scrupulous conscience, inviting hereto. : which is added, a parallel sheme [sic] of the pagan, papal, and christian rites and ceremonies; and a narrative of sufferings underwent
De Laune, Thomas ; Calamy, Benjamin ; Defoe, Daniel
Boston. Re-printed by D. & J. Kneeland, in Queen-street, for W.McAlpine, in Marlborough-street. 1763. [2], xii, [2], 150 p.

A plea for the non-conformists: in three parts
De Laune, Thomas
London. Printed for Joseph Marshall. 1733. 82 p.

A plea for the non-conformists, shewing the true state of their case: and how far the conformist's separation from the Church of Rome, for their popish superstitions, &c. introduc'd into the service of God, justifies the non-conformist's separation from them : in a letter to Dr. Benjamin Calamy on his sermon (call'd Scrupulous conscience) inviting hereto. To which is added, a parallel scheme of the pagan, papal, and Christian rites and ceremonies; and a narrative of the sufferings underwent
De Laune, Thomas ; Defoe, Daniel
London. Printed for a friend of the author, and sold by William Marshall ... and Joseph Marshall. 1712. [2], 16, [6], 144 [i.e. 134], [2] p.

A plea for the poor soldiers, or, An essay: to demonstrate that the soldiers and other public creditors, who really and actually supported the burden of the late war, have not been paid! ought to be paid! can be paid! and must be paid!
Webster, Pelatiah
Philadelphia. Printed by Francis Bailey. [1790]. iv, [1], 6-39, [1] p.

A plea for the poor Yankees
[Dublin?. s.n. 1898]. 4 p.

A plea for the priority of domestic missions: a discours delivered before the Synod of Iowa, in Burlington, Oct. 12, 1856
Umsted, Justus T ; Twain, Mark ; Clemens, Orion
Keokuk. O. Clemens, Book and Job Printer. 1856. 28 p.

A plea for the Queen's English: stray notes on speaking and spelling
Alford, Henry
London. A. Strahan. 1866. xvi, 287 p.

A plea for the Queen's English: stray notes on speaking and spelling
Alford, Henry
New York. Dick & Fitzgerald. [1864]. xvi, 287 p.

A plea for the restoration in the English language of the European system of orthography
Moffat, T. C
Wheaton, Ill. J.D. Nutting, Printer. 1876. 15 p.

A plea for the restoration of silver to its money uses: Speech of Mr. Evarts, in the Senate of the United States, on the 12th day of June, 1890
Evarts, William Maxwell
Washington. [Gov't Print. Off.]. 1890. 56 p.

A plea for the restoration of the Scriptures to the schools: being the substance of an address delivered at the XXIII. anniversary of the American Bible Society, in the City of New York, on the 8th day of May, 1839
Breckinridge, Robert J
Baltimore. Matchett & Neilson. 1839. 15 p.

A plea for the Sabbath: addressed to the legal profession in the United States
Hall, Willard
Baltimore. Baltimore Sabbath Association. 1845. 12 p.

A plea for the sacredness of God's house, delivered in the Presbyterian Church at Elizabethport, N.J., July 2d, 1865
Reinhart, E. H
Elizabeth, N.J. New Jersey Journal Print. 1865. 11 p.

A plea for the slighted ones, an original poem
Clegg, William
Provo City, Utah. Sleater & McEwan. [1876]. 15 p.

A plea for the study of historical English
Snoddy, J. S
Missoula, Mont. [1905]. 17 p.

A plea for the subscription of the clergy to the Thirty-nine articles of religion
Ibbetson, James
London. Printed for B. White. 1772. xii, 66, [2] p.

A plea for the theological seminary at Princeton, N.J
Lindsley, Philip
Trenton. Printed by George Sherman. 1821. 34 p.

A plea for the Union and the war: an address, occasioned by the death of David Mould ... who fell in battle at Chancellorsvillle
Hamilton, William
New-York. John A. Gray & Green. 1863. 24 p.

A Plea for the use of the fine arts in the decoration of churches
New York. J.F. Trow. 1857. 56 p.

A Plea for the Wadden Sea
[Amsterdam. Contact Committee for Nature and Landscape Preservation. 1966?]. 56 p.

A plea for the West
Beecher, Lyman
Cincinnati. Truman & Smith. 1835. 190 p.

A plea for the West
Beecher, Lyman
New York. Arno Press. 1977 [c1835]. 172 p.

A plea for the West
Chase, Philander
Philadelphia. Printed by William Stavely. 1826. 16 p.

A plea for the younger generation: an intimate talk on the vital question of telling the truth to children from an altogether human and utterly unscientific point of view
Hamilton, Cosmo
New York. George H. Doran company. [1913]. 74 p.

A plea for Uncle Sam's money; or, Greenbacks versus bank notes
Willson, Hugh Bowlby
New York. J. Medole. 1870. 31 p.

A plea for understanding: a reply to the Reformed Church in America
Landman, W. A
Cape Town. N. G. Kerkuitgewers for the Information Bureau of the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa. [1968]. 144 p.

A plea for unity
MacArthur, John
Chicago. Moody Press. c1990. 68 p.

A plea for unity among American Negroes: a book dealing with the problem of unity and cooperation among Negroes in the United States in those matters concerning their uplift and advancement, a solution of many of their problems
Barrett, Samuel
[Oakland, Calif. Printed by Harrington-McInnis company. 1943]. 97 p. incl. port.

A plea for Urania [microform]: being a popular sketch of celestial philosophy
Cooke, Christopher
London. Piper, Stephenson & Spence. 1854. xxxii, 388 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.

A plea for woman: being a vindication of the importance and extent of her natural sphere of action
Reid, Hugo
New York. Farmer & Daggers. 1845. xxxii, 156 p.

A plea for women
Reid, Hugo
Edinburgh. Polygon. 1988. xi, 98 p.

A plea in mitigation: modern poetry and the end of an era
Warren, Robert Penn
Macon, Ga. Wesleyan College. [1966]. 20 p.

A pleasant and vvitty comedy called A new tricke to cheat the Divell
Davenport, Robert ; Okes, John ; Blunden, Humphrey
London. Printed by Iohn Oakes for Humphrey Blunden. 1639. [76] p.

A Pleasant centennial journey
[s.l. Matrix. 1974]. 82 p.

A pleasant comedie called, A woman will haue her will: as it hath beene diverse times acted with great applause
Haughton, William ; Matthewes, Augustine ; Thrale, Richard ; Hoe, Robert
London. Printed by A.M. and are to be sold by Richard Thrale. 1631. [80] p. (last leaf blank).

A pleasant comedie of Faire Em, the millers daughter of Manchester, with the loue of William the Conqueror: as it was sundty times publiquely acted in the honourable citie of London, by the Right Honourable the Lord Strange his seruants
Wright, John ; Haviland, John ; Huth, Henry
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. 1631. [48] p. (last leaf blank).

A Pleasant Comedy, called A Mayden-Head Well Lost: As it hath beene publickly Acted at the Cocke-pit in Drury-lane, with much Applause : By her Maiesties Seruants
Heywood, Thomas
London. Printed by Nicholas Okes for Iohn Iackson and Francis Church. 1634. [66] p.

A pleasant commodie called Looke about you: a critical edition
Hirsch, Richard S. M
New York. Garland Pub. 1980. xxviii, 131 p.

A pleasant conceited comedy, wherein is shewed, how a man may choose a good vvife from a bad: as it hath been sundry times acted by the Earle of Worcesters seruants
Cooke, Jo ; Law, Matthew ; Purfoot, Thomas
London. Printed [by T. Purfoot] for Mathew Law, and are to be sold at his shop. 1621. [84] p.

A pleasant conceited comedy wherein is shewed How a man may choose a good wife from a bad: as it hath beene sundry times acted by the Earle of Worcesters servants
Heywood, Thomas ; Cooke, Jo ; Markham, Gervase ; Sampson, William ; Norton, John
London. Printed by Iohn Norton. 1634. [80] p.

A pleasant conceited historie, called The taming of a shrew
Holderness, Graham ; Loughrey, Bryan
Lanham, Md. Barnes & Noble. 1992. 106 p.

A pleasante & merrye humor off a roge
Newcastle, William Cavendish ; Needham, kFrancis
[Bungay, Suffolk. Printed by R. Clay and sons, limited]. 1933. viii, 38 p.

A pleasant fiction: the human rights situation of Roma in Macedonia
Budapest, Hungary. European Roma Rights Center. [1998]. 106 p.

A pleasant gale on my lee: a notable era in the history of the Pamlico area and Outer Banks
Morgan, John
Chapel Hill, NC. Chapel Hill Press, Inc. c2001. xi, 178 p.

A pleasant hour in the Temple
Freeman, William Marshall
[London]. M. Hughes & Clarke. [1936]. 22 p.

A pleasant hour within
Roach, David
[Minneapolis. Syndicate Printing Co. c1926]. 190 p., 1 l.

A pleasant institution: key--C major
Monagan, John S
Lanham, MD. University Press of America. 2001. p. cm.

A pleasant land--a goodly heritage: First Church of Christ in Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1635-1985
Wieder, Lois M
Wethersfield, CT (250 Main St., Wethersfield 06109). The Church. c1986. xii, 195 p.

A pleasant passage: the journals of Henry Richardson, surgeon superintendent aboard the convict ship Sultana
Richardson, Henry
Fremantle, W.A. Fremantle Arts Centre Press. 1990. 211 p.

A pleasant peregrination through the prettiest parts of Pennsylvania
Nicklin, Philip Holbrook
Philadelphia. Grigg and Elliott. 1836. xv, [17]-148 p.

A pleasant place: encouraging thoughts for the heart
Gray, Alice
Sisters, Or. Blue Cottage Gifts. c2001. 64 p.

A pleasant view
Cooper, H. Austin
Burkittsville, Md. Pleasant View Church of the Brethren. c1998. 505 p.

A pleasant vintage of Till Eulenspiegel, born in the country of Brunswick: how he spent his life, 95 of his tales
Oppenheimer, Paul
Middletown, Conn. Wesleyan University Press. 1972. xxv, 293 p.

A pleasaunt comedie of the life of Will Shakspeare, player of the Globe Theater on the Bankside: wherein may be found sundrie variable and diverting humours, together with a setting fourthe of the many follies of stage players in generall, and also certaine songs sette to airs newly invented, as it hath not beene divers times enacted by the Righte Honourable the Lord Chamberlayne his servants, nor yet by any others, to the present regret of the author, Harry B. Smith
Smith, Harry Bache
Chicago. Imprinted at the Presse of the Dial Journal, and to be soulde at sundrie shoppes. 1893. xxviii, 116 p.

A pleasing sinne: drink and conviviality in seventeenth-century England
Smyth, Adam
Cambridge, [U.K.] . D.S. Brewer. 2004. xxv, 214 p.

A pleasing toy
Wood, Samuel
New-York. Printed and sold by Samuel Wood. 1814. 27, [2] p.

A pleasing toy for girl or boy
Day, Mahlon
New-York. Printed and sold by Mahlon Day. [ca. 1830]. 8 p.

A pleasure-book of Grindelwald
Rhodes, Daniel Pomeroy
New York. The Macmillan company. 1903. xv, 235 p.

A pleasure in Scottish trees
Scott, Alistair ; Insh, Heather M
Edinburgh. Mainstream. 2002. 202 p., [16] p. of plates.

A pleasure in words
Maleska, Eugene T
New York. Simon and Schuster. c1981. 442 p.

A pleasure of flowers
Roberts, Victoria Stanhope ; Ku, Fu-sheng
San Francisco. Strawberry Hill Press. c1977. 113 p.

A pleasure path to the piano
Perry, Josephine (Hovey)
Philadelphia. Oliver Ditson company. c1940. iv, 65 p.

A pleasure pilgrim in South America
Mackellar, C. D
London. J. Murray. 1908. xii, 408 p. incl front.

A pleasure to cook: the complete family guide
Allison, Sonia
London. Elm Tree Books. 1982. 256 p.

A pleasure tree
Wilson, Robley
Pittsburgh, Pa. University of Pittsburgh Press. c1990. 75 p.

A pleasure trip: a comedy, in three acts
Gondinet, Edmond ; Bisson, Alexandre ; Chisnell, Newton
Clyde, O. A.D. Ames. 1885. 44 p.

A pleasure trip to Tibet
Liu, Chenghang ; ʼJam-dpal-rgya-mtsho ; Yu, Yuntian
Beijing. Great Wall Publishing House. 1991. 110 p.

A pleasury of witticisms and word play
Lake, Antony
New York. Hart Pub. Co. c1975. 240 p.

A plea to the Duke's answers
[London?. s.n. 1680?]. 4 p.

A Plea to the United Nations =: A Gebet tsu der Yu-En
Aronoff, Joseph
Monṭreal. [s.n.]. 1955. 126 p., [7] leaves of plates.

A plea with Christians for the cause of peace
Beckwith, George C
Boston. American Peace Society. [1851?]. 32 p.

A plea with ministers for the cause of peace
[Boston. American peace society. [185-?]. 16 p.

A plea written for the Fair in behalf of the Sanitary Commission held in Boston, December 14, 1863
Boston. [s.n.]. 1863. 7 p.

A plebe at West Point
Malone, Paul B
Philadelphia. The Penn publishing company. 1905. 430 p.

Aplec de distàncies
Rosselló Bover, Pere
Palma de Mallorca. Editorial Moll. 1981. 79 p.

Aplec de non-nons i cançons de bressol
Gibert, Josep ; Roig, Enric ; Elias, Elvira
Barcelona. [s.n.]. 1948. 95 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.

Aplec de rondaies mallorquines
Alcover, Antoni Maria
Palma de Mallorca. Moll. 19. v.

Aplec de rondaies mallorquines d'en Jordi d'es Racó
Alcover, Antoni Maria ; Grimalt, Josep A ; Guiscafrè, Jaume
Mallorca. Editorial Moll. 1996-<1998 >. v. <1-2 >.

Aplec de rondalles: nova recopilació de rondalles populars catalanes
Serra y Boldú, Valerio
[Barcelona]. Abadia de Montserrat. 1981. 150 p.

A pledge redeemed, an explanation of the salient features of theConstitution
[Dacca ?. n.p. 1962?]. 32 p.

A plein corps
Roy, Jean-Yves
Québec. Éditions Garneau. [1970]. 100 p.

A pleine bouche
Gorsof, Pierre
Paris. Underground Press. 1971. 219 p.

A pleines dents: Entretiens avec Guy Monréal
Vilallonga, José Luis de ; Monréal, Guy
[Paris]. Stock. [1973]. 295 p.

A pleine voix: poèmes
Cayrol, Jean
Paris. Seuil. c1992. 90 p.

A plein tubes!: farce pas très cathodique
Masure, Bruno
Paris. O. Orban. c1989. 205 p.

A Pleistocene avifauna from Jalisco, Mexico
Alvarez, Rafael
Ann Arbor. Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan. 1977. p. 205-220.

A Pleistocene diatom assemblage from Ellesmere Island, Northwest Territories
Lichti-Federovich, Sigrid
Ottawa, Canada. Geological Survey of Canada. 1983. 59 p.

A Pleistocene flora from the McKittrick asphalt deposits of California
Mason, Herbert Louis
[San Francisco. 1944]. 221-233 p.

A Pleistocene vampire bat (Desmodus stocki) from Potter Creek Cave, Shasta County, California
Hutchison, J. Howard
Berkeley. University of California Museum of Paleontology. 1967. 6 p.