A replicative perspective on evolutionary dynamics: the organizing process of the US economy elaborated through biological metaphor
Helsinki. Työväen taloudellinen tutkimuslaitos. 1991. viii, 274 p.
A replie against an answer, 1565
Menston. Scolar P. 1970. , 208 p.
A replie to Iesuit Fishers answere to certain questions propou[n]ded by His Most Gratious Matie. King Iames
White, Francis ; Laud, William ; Baylie, Richard ; Islip, Adam
London. Printed by Adam Islip. 1624. , 592, , 74 p.,  leaf of plates.
A reply of Maj.-Gen. William B. Franklin: to the report of the Joint Committee of Congress on the Conduct of the War, submitted to the public on the 6th of April, 1863
Franklin, William Buel
New York. D. Van Nostrand. 1863. 31 p.
A reply of Major-General W. B. Franklin to the Joint Committee of Congress on the conduct of the war, on the first battle of Fredericksburg
Franklin, William Buel
New York. D. Van Nostrand. 1867. 1 p. l., 14 p.
A reply of the Genesee Consociation, to the letter of the Rev. Joseph Emerson: addressed to them on the subject of their resolution relative to Masonic ministers, and Masonic candidates for the ministry
Rochester, N.Y. Printed by E. Scrantom. 1829. 43 p.
A reply to "A fool's errand, by one of the fools."
Royall, William Lawrence
New York. E. J. Hale & son. 1880. 95 p.
A reply to a hand-bill said to be written by Dr. Whitehead, signed by George Cussens, James Milburne, Richard Edwards, Thomas Dobson, and Joseph Wolley
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1792. 11,  p.
A reply to Albert Rhett's communication, published in the Charleston courier of the 27th January last, relative to the Purysburgh trial
[Charleston?. s.n. 1842]. 12 p.
A reply to a letter from David Andrews against a pamphlet on the spirit of Christianity compared with the spirit of the times
London. Printed for and sold by D.I. Eaton. 1794. , 13,  p.
A reply to a letter in the Christian examiner, addressed to the Rev. Parsons Cooke
Boston. Printed by Peirce and Williams. 1829. 38 p.
A Reply to a letter remonstrating against the consecration of the Rev. Henry U. Onderdonk, D.D., assistant bishop elect of the diocese of Pennsylvania: addressed to the right rev. the bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States : with a copy of the letter
Philadelphia. Jesper Harding, Printer. 1827. 16 p.
A reply to Alexander Hamilton's Letter concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq., president of the United States
Cincinnatus ; Adams, John ; Pinckney, Thomas ; Marks, Samuel
New York. Printed by L. Nichols & Co. 1800. 16, 4 p.
A reply to "An address to the people of Barnwell District, by Palmetto"
Tooke, John Horne
[Charleston. s.n.]. 1840. 25 p.
A reply to an address to the Roman Catholics of the United States of America
Wharton, Charles Henry
Philadelphia. Printed by Charles Cist. 1785. 97, , 9,  p.
A reply to an answer of some queries given forth by me, I.P., concerning the Gospel baptism: with answers to some other queries return'd in a paper subscribed N.B
[London. B. Clark. 1681]. pt. 2, p. 456-472.
A reply to An apology for protesting against the Methodist Episcopal government: compiled principally from original manuscripts
Philadelphia. Printed by Henry Tuckniss. 1800. v, -62 p.
A reply to A nar[r]ative of the proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Dickinson College, from 1821 to 1830
[Princeton, N.J. s.n. 1830]. 12 p.
A reply to a narrative of Mr. Adam Rankin's trial &c., lately published by order of the Transylvania Presbytery
Lexington. Printed by J. Bradford. 1794. 71,  p.
A reply to A narrative of the proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Dickinson College, from 1821 to 1830
[Princeton, N.J. W. D'Hart. 1830]. 11 p.
A reply to an interesting answer to the Rev. Walter Blake Kirwan's Letter from Dublin to a friend in the country, by James Patson, a Galway resident: also a confutation of a defence of religious celibacy and concomitant vows, fully proving the state of celibacy a state of sin
Friend to Procreation
Dublin. Printed by Rich. Butler. 1788. iv, 48 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A reply to a notorious libell, 1603
Menston. Scolar Press. 1972. , 389 p.
A reply to a pamphlet by the Rev. John P. Durbin called a defence of his personal character
[Cincinnati. s.n.]. 1829. 12 p.
A reply to a pamphlet entitled "Advantages of League Island for a naval station, by a New England man": with an account of the discharge, by the Secretary of the Navy, from the service, of the acting executive officer of the iron-clad fleet for speaking against League Island
New London [Conn.]. The Committee. 1866. 36 p.
A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, Observations arising from the declaration of war against Spain, &c: wherein is shewn, the absurdity and wickedness of that writer's considerations on the management of the war, as also, the folly of that question, viz. Why this declaration of war was not made sooner?
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1739. 32 p.
A reply to a pamphlet, entitled, The case of the Duke of Portland, respecting two leases lately granted by the lords of the Treasury to Sir James Lowther, Bart
London. Printed for G. Kearsly ... F. Newbery ... and Richardson and Urquhart. 1768. , 44 p.
A reply to a recent speech of Sir Roundell Palmer on the Washington Treaty and the Alabama claims
Baltimore. Printed by John Murphy. 1871. 50 p.
A reply to Ariel
Macon, Ga. American union book and job office print. MDIIILXIX [i.e. 1869]. 36 p.
A reply to a second letter to the author from the Right Rev. Bishop Hobart: with remarks on his hostility to Bible societies, and his mode of defending it, and also on his vindication of the Reverend Mr. Norris's late pamphlet
Jay, William ; Hobart, John Henry
New-York. John P. Haven. 1823. 32 p.
A reply to Capt. Middleton's answer to the remarks on his vindication of his conduct, in a late voyage made by him ... to find out a passage from the northwest of Hudson's Bay, to the western and southern ocean of America: to which is added, a full answer to a late pamphlet published by Capt. Middleton, called Forgery detected
Dobbs, Arthur ; Middleton, Christopher ; Middleton, Christopher
London, printed. And sold by J. Robinson. 1745. , 128 p.
A reply to certain insinuations, published as an article in the Sixty-eighth number of the Quarterly Review [microform]
Washington. [s.n.]. 1824. 27 p. ; 22 cm.
A reply to certain portions of the minority report of the Hon. Z. Kidwell, of the House of Representatives, member of the Select Committee upon the Pacific Railroad
Humphreys, A. A
[Washington. 1856]. 8 p.
A reply to certain publications concerning George W. Hughes
Jones, Charles Lee
[N.p. n.p. 1853?]. 8 p.
A reply to Dean Inge's defence of flesheating
London. The C.W. Daniel Company. . 63,  p.
A reply to Dr. Chandler's 'Appeal defended': wherein his mistakes are rectified, his false arguing refuted, and the objections against the planned American episcopate shewn to remain in full force, notwithstanding all he has offered to render them invalid
Boston. Printed by Daniel Kneeland ... for Thomas Leverett. 1770. viii, -180, x p.
A reply to Dr. Eberle
[S.l. s.n. ca. 1830]. 8 p.
A reply to Dr. H.C. Wood's "Review of the medical testimony in the trial of Mrs. E.G. Wharton for the alleged attempt to poison Mr. Van Ness"
Williams, Philip C
Louisville, Ky. Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal Print. 1873. 31 p.
A reply to Dr. Miller's Letter to a gentleman of Baltimore: in reference to the case of the Rev. Mr. Duncan
Duncan, John M
Baltimore. Cushing & Jewett. 1826. 143 p.
A reply to Dr. Ware's Letters to Trinitarians and Calvinists
Andover [Mass.]. Published by Flagg and Gould. 1821. [iii]-iv,,6-228p.
A reply to Dr. Waterland's defense of his queries: Wherein is contain'd, a full state of the whole controversy and every particular, alleged by that learned writer, is distinctly considered
London. Printed for J. Knapton. 1722. xv, , 534 p.
A reply to General Joseph Reed's Remarks on a late publication in the Independent gazeteer: with some observations on his address to the people of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by T. Bradford. 1783. 54 p.
A reply to Horace Binney's pamphlet on the habeas corpus
Gross, Charles Heebner
Philadelphia. [s.n.]. 1862. 40 p.
A reply to John P. Campbell's strictures on atonement
Stone, Barton W
Lexington, K. Printed by Joseph Charless. 1805. 67 p.
A reply to Justice Brewers lectures: "The United States a Christian Nation"
Philadelphia. Cahan. 1908.  leaves.
A reply to Letters to Joseph Sturge, Esq., by William Alers Hankey, Esq
London. Hamilton, Adams, and Co. 1838. 24 p.
A reply to Matthew Arnold
Wright, James Arlington
Durango, Colo. Logbridge-Rhodes. c1981. 19 p.
A Reply to M. [i.e. Mr.] Nicholas Smith [i.e. M. Wilson], 1630
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1976. , 304 p.
A reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper and Mr. Watt in the House of Commons on the 30th of April, 1792
London. Printed for J. Johnson ... and M. Falkner and Co., Manchester. 1792. 109,  p. (the last  p. blank).
A reply to Mr. Burke's speech of the first of December 1783 on Mr. Fox's East-India bill
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1784. , 70,  p.
A reply to Mr. Dobb's answer to a pamphlet, entitled Forgery detected
London. M. Cooper and G. Brett. 1745. 1 p. 1., 28 p.
A reply to Mr. Increase Mather's printed remarks on a sermon preached by G.K. at Her Majesty's chappel in Boston, the 14th of June 1702: in vindication of the six good rules on divinity there delivered, which he hath attempted (though feebly and unsuccessfully) to refute
New-York. Printed and sold by William Bradford. 1703. 35,  p.
A reply to Mr. Rutherfurd, or, A defence of the answer to Reverend Mr. Herles booke against the independency of churches: wherein such objections and answers as are returned to sundry passages in the said answer by Mr. Samuel Ruthefurd, a godly and learned brother of the Church of Scotland, in his booke entituled The due right of presbyters, are examined and removed, and the answer justified and cleared
Mather, Richard ; Force, Peter
London. Printed for J. Rothwell and H. Allen. 1647. , 109 [i.e. 119],  p.
A reply to Mr. Samuel Harden Church's pamphlet on "The American verdict on the war"
New York. German-American Literary Defense Committee. . 15 p.
A reply to "Palmetto," addressed to the voters of Barnwell District
[Charleston. s.n.]. 1840. 18 p.
A reply to Peking; Soviet Government statement
London. [Soviet Booklets]. 1963. 35 p.
A reply to Professor Bourne's "The Whitman legend"
Walla Walla, Washington. Statesman printing company. 1902. 122,  p.
A reply to recent attacks on the Bible: together with some valuable ideas on Christ's second coming and on Hades, or the resting-place of the dead
Guiteau, Charles Julius
[United States. C.J. Guiteau?]. 1878. 28 p.
A reply to Remus and Jenicke: robustness of linear models should be re-revisited
West Lafayette, Ind. Institute for Research in the Behavioral, Economic, and Management Sciences, Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University. 1977. 13,  p.
A reply to Rev. Francis Brown, president of Dartmouth College: containing animadversions on the second publication in favor of Calvin and Calvinism
Ruter, Martin ; Brown, Francis
Concord, N.H. Printed by Isaac Hill. 1816. 53 p.
A reply to Roswell D. Hitchcock, D.D., on socialism
New York. C.P. Somerby. 1879. 67 p.
A reply to Sir Walter Scott's history of Napoléon
London. Hurst, Chance. 1829. viii, 132 p.
A reply to some essays lately published by John Cotton, Esq. (of Plymouth) relating to baptism: wherein it is attempted to shew, that the practice of persons owning the covenant, (as it is called) and enjoying baptism for their children, while they neglect to come to the Lord's Supper, is unscriptural and of dangerous tendency : also, a vindication of the author from several injurious aspersions contained in Mr. Cotton's remarks on some letters that passed relative to this point
Boston, New-England. Printed by Thomas and John Fleet. 1773. viii, 76 p.
A reply to some parts of the Bishop of Landaff's Address to the people of Great Britain
London. Sold for the author by J. Cuthell. 1798. 51,  p.
A reply to Sotcliffes answer, 1608
Ilkley [Eng.]. Scolar Press. 1977. 439 p.
A reply to speeches made in the Senate by the minority, who claimed that the Frye Subsidy Bill represented "treasury looting", "class legislation", and that there "were no benefits or advantages" in building an American merchant maritime power
Seabury, George J
New York. G.J. Seabury. [1902?]. 19 p.
A reply to "The Academy's" review of "The wine question in the ligh of the new dispensation."
New York. Pub. by the author. 1883. 1 p. l., 270 p.
A reply to "The affectionate and Christian address of many thousands of women of Great Britain and Ireland, to their sisters, the women of the United states of America." By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, in behalf of many thousands of American women
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
London. S. Low, Son, and co. 1863. 3 p. l., -63 p.
A Reply to the answer Doctor Welwood has made to King James's declaration, which declaration was dated at St. Germaines, April 17th, s.n. 1693, and published also in the Paris Gazett, June 20th, 1693
[London. s.n. 1694]. 47,  p.
A reply to the arguments contained in various publications: recommending an equalization of the duties on East & West Indian sugar
London. J. M. Richardson. 1823. 111 p.
A reply to the calumnies of the Edinburgh review against Oxford: Containing an account of studies pursued in that university
Oxford. Printed for the author. 1810. 2 p. l., [v]-viii, 187 p.
A reply to the Correspondent, containing an attempt to point out certain inconsistencies and misrepresentations in that publication: together with some strictures upon the appendix, in a familiar letter to a friend
Welch, Moses C
Norwich. Printed by Thomas Hubbard. 1794. 64 p.
A reply to the Defence of the Bank: setting forth the unreasonableness of their slow payments : to which is added, 1. the mischiefs that attend the buying and selling bank-notes, 2. the advantages England will reap by having the unclipt hammer'd mony pass currant into the exchequer by weight : in a letter to his friend in the country
True lover of his countrey and the present government
London. Printed for E. Whitlock, and sold by most booksellers. 1696. 20 p.
A reply to the Defence of the letter to Dr. Waterland
London. Printed for J. Watts. 1732. 84 p.
A reply to the essay on population: by the Rev. T. R. Malthus. In a series of letters
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1807. iv, -378 p.
A reply to the Essay on population by the Rev. T. R. Malthus, in a series of letters: to which are added extracts from the Essay; with notes
Hazlitt, William ; Malthus, T. R
New York. A. M. Kelley. 1967. 378 p.
A reply to the "Essays and reviews," or, Christianity vindicated from the sceptical attacks of the Septem contra Christum
M.A. of Cambridge
Cambridge. J. Hall & Son. 1861. 38 p.
A reply to the false reasoning in the "Age of reason": to which are added some thoughts on idolatry, on the devil, and the origin of moral evil : on educating young men for the Gospel ministry, and on what is "the Word of God" : all which refer, more of less, to opinions advanced in Thomas Paine's "Investigation of true and fabulous theology"
Philadelphia. Printed by Henry Tuckniss, for the author, and sold by the principal booksellers. 1796. vi, , 8-40,  p. (last leaf blank).
A reply to the headlines: (Poems, 1965-1970)
Chicago. Swallow Press. . 70 p.
A reply to the letter of Bishop Hopkins, addressed to Dr. Howe in the print called "The Age," of December 8th, 1863
Howe, M. A. De Wolfe
Philadelphia. King & Baird, Printers. 1864. 18 p.
A reply to the letter of Edmund Burke, Esq. to a noble lord
London. Printed or the author and sold by G. Kearsley. 1796. , 72 [i.e. 64],  p.
A reply to the letter of J. Fenimore Cooper
Boston. J. T. Buckingham. 1834. 76 p.
A reply to the Letter of the Hon. Langdon Cheves
[Charleston?. 1844]. 24 p.
A reply to the letter of the hon. Marcus Morton, late governor of Massachusetts, on the Rhode-Island question
Providence. Printed by Knowles and Yose. 1842. 32 p.
A reply to the letter to Dr. Waterland: setting forth the many falshoods both in the quotations and the historical facts, by which the letter-writer endeavours to weaken the authority of Moses
London. Printed for J. Watts. 1732. 55,  p.
A Reply to the New test of the Church of England's loyalty
London. Printed for J.D., assignee of N.T. 1687. 10 p.
A reply to the observations of Lieut. Gen. Sir William Howe, on a pamphlet, entitled Letters to a nobleman
Boston. Gregg Press. 1972. x, 157 p.
A reply to the Observations on Mr. Caswall's letter: address'd to the gentlemen of Langbourn Ward
[London. s.n. 1738?]. 3,  p.
A reply to the pamphlet entitled "Facts concisely stated for the information of the legislature of Ohio, published by the faculty of the Medical College of Ohio."
[Cincinnati, Ohio. D. Drake. 1833]. 8 p.
A reply to the personal invectives and objections contained in two answers, published by certain anonymous persons, to an essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British colonies
London. Printed and sold by J. Phillips. 1785. xvi, 107, 5 p.
A reply to the reasons of the Oxford-clergy against addressing
London. Printed by Henry Hills. 1687. 20 p.
A reply to the report of a committee of the New York Clearing House Association on the national bank currency act
Member of Congress
[New York?]. 1864. 15 p.
A reply to the report of the Earl of Durham
Haliburton, Thomas Chandler
Ottawa. Golden Dog Press. 1976. ii, 43 p.
A reply to the Report of the Select Committee to whom was referred the report of Trinity Church
[New York?. s.n. 1857]. 20 p.
A reply to the report of the Tariff Commission on the cotton industry [microform]: written for the Free Trade League
Chapman, Sydney John
Manchester . Sherratt & Hughes. 1905. xix, 169 p. ill. ; 24 cm.
A reply to the Reverend Mr. Burrowes's and the Reverend Mr. Ryan's remarks, &c
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1787. 21 p.
A reply to the Rev. F. Randolph's letter to the Rev. Dr. Priestley, or, An examination of the Rev. F. Randolph's Scriptural revision of socinian arguments
Hobhouse, Benjamin ; Randolph, Francis
Trowbridge. Printed by Abraham Small for T. Cadell. . 232 p.
A reply to the Review of Dr. Wyatt's sermon and Mr. Sparks's letters on the Protestant Episcopal church, which originally appeared in the Christian disciple at Boston, and subsequently, in a separate form at Baltimore in which it is attempted to vindicate the church from the charges of that review
Boston. R. P. & C. Williams. 1821. 168 p., 1 l.
A reply to the Review of Judge Advocate General Holt, of the proceedings, findings and sentence, of the general court martial: in the case of Major General Fitz John Porter, and a vindication of that officer
Baltimore. Printed by John Murphy & Co. 1863. 88 p.
A reply to the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone's 'Political expostulation,'
Capel, Thomas John
New York. D. Appleton and Co. 1875. 68p.
A reply to the Securities and Exchange Commission
Connely, Emmett Francis
Chicago. Investment Bankers Association of America. 1940. 45 p.
A reply to the star Algol
Walton-on-Thames. Outposts Publications. 1978. 12 p.
A reply to the statement of General Graham's letter of the 24th of March, 1811: on General La Peña's manifesto and representation to the Cortes
Lacy, Luis de ; Lynedoch, Thomas Graham
[London. s.n.]. 1811. 40 p.
A reply to the strictures of Lord Mahon and others: on the mode of editing the writings of Washington
Cambridge. J. Bartlett. 1852. 35 p.
A reply to the strictures of the Edinburgh Review, on foreign policy of Marquis Wellesley's administration in India: comprising an examination of the late transactions in the Carnatic
Campbell, Lawrence Dundas
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand. 1807. 301 p.
A reply to Thomas Paine's second part of The age of reason
London. Printed for H. D. Symonds. 1795. viii, 60 p.
A reply to those portions of Governor La Follette's message of 1905 which relate to railways
[Chicago?. s.n. 1905]. 25 p.
A reply to William Hannibal Thomas, author of a book recently published by the McMillan Company, Fifth Ave., New York City, called The American Negro
Walker, Charles T ; Thomas, William Hannibal
[New York. s.n. 1901?]. 30 p.
A reply to William T. Dwight, D. D., on spiritualism: three lectures
Woodman, Jabez C
Boston. Bela Marsh. 1858. 98 p.
A reply to William T. Dwight, D. D., on spiritualism: three lectures
Woodman, Jabez C
Portland [Me.]. George R. Davis & Brother. 1857. 83,  p.
Are policy platforms capitalized into equity prices?: evidence from the Bush/Gore 2000 Presidential Election
Cambridge, MA. National Bureau of Economic Research. c2004.
Are poor children being put first?: child poverty and the budget 2000
Cape Town. Idasa. 2000. xxiii, 175 p.
Are poor countries coming closer to the rich?
Calcutta. Centre for Studies in Social Sciences. 1997. 25 p.
A report: junk bonds : 1988 status report
Winch, Kevin F
Washington. U.S. G.P.O. 1989. vi, 53 p.