Avimuktta: Pro. Harihara Nātha Tripāṭhī smr̥ti grantha
Satīśa Kumāra ; Tripāṭhī, Hariharanātha
Vārāṇasī. Pro Hariharanātha Tripāṭhī Smr̥ti Samāroha Samiti. 1999. 16, 4, 146 p.,  p. of plates.
Avinābhāvaṃ: ādhunika sāhitya vyāsālu
Haidarābādu. Jayamitra Pablikēṣans. 1990. viii, 89 p.
Avi, Naḥum Sokolov
Yerushalayim. ha-Sifriyah ha-Tsiyonit. 730 . 217 p.
Avināśa: eka rahasyabharī navalakathā
Mumbaī. Cetana Prakāśana Gr̥ha. 1952. 255 p.
Khāṇḍekara, Vi. Sa
Puṇẽ. Deśamukha āṇi Kampanī. 1941. 125 p.
Avinash Chandra: Hamilton Galleries, March 10-March 27, 1965
London. The Galleries. . 1 v. (unpaged).
Avināśi: a historical novel in Sanskrit
Guwahati. Manjushree Prakashan. 1986. xvii, 148 p.
Avinayam apanaya: Śrīmad ādya Śaṅkarācāryajī viracita "Shaṭpadī stotram" uparanāṃ pravacano
Dave, Rakshābahena Pra ; Śaṅkarācārya
Bhāvanagara. Rakshābahena Pra. Dave. 2003. 10, 118 p.
A Vincent Starrett library: the astonishing result of twenty-three years of literary activity
Mount Vernon [N.Y.]. The Golden Eagle Press. 1941. 4p.l.,13-81,p.,2l.,incl.pl.
A vinculação do juiz no processo penal
Silva, Marco Antonio Marques da
São Paulo, SP. Editora Saraiva. 1993. xii, 66 p.
A vinculação dos particulares a direitos fundamentais
São Paulo, SP. Malheiros Editores. . 327 p.
A vinda da familia real portuguesa para o Brasil
Rio de Janeiro. Prefeitura do Rio de Janeiro. 2007. 125 p.
A vindication: Burns, excise officer and poet
Folcroft, Pa. Folcroft Library Editions. 1975. 64 p.
A vindication: Burns, excise officer and poet
Glasgow. J. Menzies & co., ltd.; [etc., etc. 1897]. 64 p., 1 l. incl. front., illus., plates, ports.
A vindication and confirmation of the remarkable work of God in New-England: Being some remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, The state of religion in New-England, since the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield's arrival there. In a letter to a minister of the Church of Scotland
Glasgow. Printed: London, Reprinted; and sold by S. Mason. 1742. 32 p.
A vindication of a book, intituled, A brief account of many of the prosecutions of the people called Quakers, &c. lately presented to the members of both Houses of Parliament: shewing the fallacy and injustice of the calculations and remarks in a late book call'd An examination, &c., the evasions and disingenuity of the clergy of the diocese of London in their answers and reflections, and the falsehoods and inconsistency of the intelligences by them published : to which are added, Remarks on the Poor vicar's plea, with Bishop Burnet's description of the ecclesiastical courts
Besse, Joseph ; Burnet, Gilbert ; Hayter, Thomas ; A. B
London. Printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle. 1737. , 138 p.
A vindication of A discourse concerning the unreasonableness of a new separation on account of the oaths, from the exceptions made against it in a tract called A brief answer to a late discourse &c
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell. 1691. , 40 p.
A vindication of a late pamphlet, entitled The case of the Hanover troops considered: with some further observations upon those troops : being a sequel to the said pamphlet
Waller, Edmund ; Waller, Edmund
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1743. 47,  p.
A vindication of a late pamphlet intitled The case of the Hanover troops considered: with some further observations upon those troops : being a sequel to the said pamphlet
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1743. , 56 p.
A vindication of a loan of £15,000,000 to the West India planters: shewing that it may not only be lent with perfect safety, but with immense advantage both to the West Indians and to the people of England
London. Printed by W. Johnston. 1833. 16 p.
A vindication of a sermon preached at Braintree, Third Parish, December 25th, 1749: being an answer to a piece intitled Some friendly remarks on said sermon : in a letter to the remarker
Boston. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland. 1751. , 64 p.
A vindication of Caspar Schwenckfeld von Ossig: an elucidation of his doctrine and the vicissitudes of his followers; from the German of Christopher Schultz (1769)
Schultz, Christopher ; Gerhard, Elmer Schultz
Allentown, Pa. E. Schlechter. 1942. 347 p.
A vindication of Charles the First
Brookes, Joshua Alfred Rowland
London. Hurst & Blackett, Ltd. . 287 p.
A vindication of commerce and the arts: proving that they are the source of the greatness, power, riches and populousness of a state
Temple, William ; I. B ; B., I
[Wakefield, Eng.]. S.R. Publishers. [1970?]. xvi, 137 p.
A vindication of commerce and the arts: proving that they are the source of the greatness, power, riches, and populousness of a state : being an examination of Mr. Bell's dissertation upon populousness ... wherein Mr. Bell's calumnies on trade are answered, his arguments refuted, his system exploded, and the principal causes of populosity assigned : with a large appendix
London. Printed for J. Nourse. 1758. xvi, -137,  p. (the first leaf blank).
A vindication of divers important Gospel-doctrines, and of the teachers and professors of them: against the injurious reflections & misrepresentations contained in a late printed discourse of the Rev. Mr. Lemuel Briant's, intitled The absurdity and blasphemy of depreciating moral vertue : also a few remarks are subjoined on Mr. John Bass's late narrative, published as his dying testimony to the cause of Christ in the Protestant churches, and particularly in New-England
Boston. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland. 1752. , 14, 120 p.
A vindication of divine providence: derived from a philosophic and moral survey of nature and of man
Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de ; Hunter, Henry
Worcester. Printed for J. Nancrede ... Boston. 1797. 2 v.
A vindication of General Samuel Holden Parsons against the charge of treasonable correspondence during the revolutionary war
Loring, George B[ailey]
Salem, Mass. Printed at the Salem press. 1888. 38 p.
A vindication of Gen. Richard Smith, chairman of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, as to his competency to preside over and direct an investigation into the best mode of providing the investment for the East India Company's homeward-bound ships: to which are added, some instances to prove that the general is not that proud, insolent, and irascible man his enemies would induce the public to believe him to be, as also a few serious hints to the Select Committee tending to shew that they are wasting their time in the minutiae of Asiatic commerce, whilst the great outlines and consequential branches are in danger of being overlooked
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1783. , 192, 28 p.
A vindication of his motives and conduct from the aspersions of his enemies
Richards, G. H
[Pittsburgh?. s.n. 1815?]. 31 p.
A vindication of his public character in the station of director-general of the military hospitals: and physician in chief to the American army, anno 1776
Boston. Powars and Willis. 1777. xxxii p.
A vindication of infant baptism: in four numbers including the rise and progress of a dispute carried on between certain members of the Congregational and Baptist Churches in Sangerfield
[Utica]. For the Authors. 1803. 96 p.
A vindication of Italy and the Papal States: (From the Dublin review for October [September] 1856.)
Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick
Cincinnati. J. P. Walsh. . 115 p.
A vindication of Judaism: the polemics of the Hertz Pentateuch
Meirovich, Harvey Warren
New York. Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 1998. xvi, 304 p.
A vindication of K. Charles the martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikōn basilikē, against a memorandum ... by the Earl of Anglesey and against the exceptions of Dr. Walker and others : to which is added a preface wherein the ... assertions published in a passage of Mr. Bayle's Dictionary ... are examined and confuted
London. Printed for R. Wilkin. 1711. xl, 163,  p.
A vindication of Lord Byron
London. Chapman and Hall. 1869. 69 p.
A vindication of love: reclaiming romance for the 21st century
New York. Harper. 2009. p. cm.
A vindication of MacBeth and his claims
Ipswich, Mass., U.S.A. Privately published and printed by Edward B. McMillan. c1959. 15 p.
A vindication of Mr. Fox's history of the early part of the reign of James the Second
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1811. xl, 424, lix.
A vindication of my conduct: the general court martial of Lieutenant Colonel George Etherington of the 60th or Royal American Regiment held on the island of St. Lucia in October 1781 and the extraordinary story regarding the surrender of the island of St. Vincent in the British Caribbean during the American Revolution
Harburn, Todd E ; Durham, Rodger
Bowie, Md. Heritage Books. 2002. xv, 211 p.
A vindication of natural diet: being one in a series of notes to Queen Mab : (a philosophical poem)
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
New York. AMS Press. . 27 p.
A vindication of natural diet
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Norwood, Pa. Norwood Editions. 1977. 27 p.
A vindication of natural diet
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Philadelphia. R. West. 1978. 27 p.
A vindication of natural society, or, A view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society: in a letter to Lord **** by a late noble writer
Burke, Edmund ; Pagano, Frank N
Indianapolis. Liberty Classics. c1982. xxiii, 105 p.
A vindication of natural society, or, A view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society: in a letter to Lord ****
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1756. , 106 p.
A vindication of Oliver Cromwell and the Whiggs of forty one, to our modern low churchmen: with some reflections upon the Bar---r Treaty
[London]. Printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1712. 16 p.
A vindication of Paul
Pearcy, Henri Reubelt
New York. T. Nelson & Sons. 1936. xi p., 1 l., 254 p.
A vindication of political virtue: the political theory of Mary Wollstonecraft
Chicago. University of Chicago Press. 1992. xxviii, 366 p.
A vindication of Providence, or, A true estimate of human life (Second edition, 1728)
Los Angeles (2520 Cimarron St., Los Angeles 90018). William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1984. xi, 95 p.
A vindication of Robert III, King of Scotland, from the imputation of bastardy, by the clear proof of Elizabeth Mure ... her being the first lawful wife of Robert the II
Cromarty, George Mackenzie
Edinburgh. Printed by the heirs and successors of A. Anderson. 1695. 2 p. l., 49 p.
A vindication of Saint Ignatius (founder of the Society of Jesus) from phanaticism, and of the Jesuites from the calumnies laid to their charge in a late book entitul'd, the Enthusiasm of the church of Rome
London. Printed for Anthony Boudet. 1688. , 40 p.
A vindication of some of the most essential doctrines of the reformation: being a reply to objections raised against these doctrines in a late publication, entitled: "The errors of Hopkinsianism detected and refuted; in six letters, by Nathan Bangs ..." addressed to the author of the present work
Hudson, N.Y. Printed by Ashbel Stoddard. 1817. 264 p.
A vindication of some points of doctrine, apprehended by many to be included in that sound speech which cannot be condemned: being an answer to The remarks of the Rev. Messieurs Wigglesworth and Chipman : in an address to those gentlemen
Boston. Printed by Rogers and Fowle for J. Edwards. 1746. 92 p.
A vindication of Stone-Heng restored: in which the orders and rules of architecture observed by the ancient Romans, are discussed. Together with the customs and manners of several nations of the world in matters of building of greatest antiquity. As also an historical narration of the most memorable actions of the Danes in England
London. Printed for G. Conyers [etc.]. 1725. 3 p. l., 228 p.
A vindication of the action of the late local inspectors at Pittsburgh in the case of the explosion of the steamer Fanny Fern: with the evidence and correspondence
Dickey, John S ; Watson, Andrew
Pittsburgh. Printed by W.S. Haven. 1858. 64 p.
A vindication of the address to the people of Great Britain on the use of West India produce: with some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves : in answer to a female apologist for slavery
London. Sold by M. Gurney and T. Knott. . 24 p.
A vindication of the American Colonization Society and the colony of Liberia
[London. R. Clay. 1832]. 20 p.
A vindication of the appendix to the poems, called Rowley's, in reply to the answers of the Dean of Exeter, Jacob Bryant
London. Routledge/Thoemmes Press. 1993. vii, 223 p.
A vindication of the Appendix to the Sober remarks: Being a reply to some animadversions upon it, in the Appendix to the Defence of the Modest proof. Wherein the ruling and ordaining power of Congregational bishops, or presbyters, is further defended. In a second letter to a friend
Boston in N. E. Printed for S. Gerrish and sold at his shop. 1725. 1 p., 1., 59 p.
A vindication of the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania, respecting their constitution and principles: being a reply to the Reverend Mr. Robert Annan's "Concise and faithful narrative," &c
Marshall, William ; Annan, Robert
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by J. M'Culloch. 1791. 132 p.
A vindication of the Associate Synod: upon the head of their principles about the present civil government : against the gross misrepresentations and reproaches by which they are abused in the supplement to a performance, intituled, Act, declaration and testimony, &c. by the Reformed Presbytery : in which it is proven, contrary to the shameless pretences of the pretended Reformed Presbytery, that an owning of the present civil government is agreeable to the principles and practice of our reformers, and of our martyrs, in the bloody reigns of Charles II. and James VII
[Philadelphia]. Edinburgh printed, Philadelphia reprinted by D. Hall, and W. Sellers. 1767. 115,  p.
A vindication of the authority, constitution, and laws of the church and state of Scotland: in four conferences, wherein the answer to the Dialogues betwixt the Conformist and the Non-conformist is examined
Burnet, Gilbert ; Burnet, Gilbert
Glasgow. By Robert Sanders, printer. 1673. , 362 [i.e. 332], , 125,  p.
A vindication of the author of The divine legation of Moses, &c. from the aspersions of the country clergyman's letter in the Weekly miscellany of February 24, 1737
London. Printed for F. Gyles. 1738. 30 p.
A vindication of the calling of the special Superior Court, at Middletown, on the 4th Tuesday of August, 1815, for the trial of Peter Lung, charged with the crime of murder: with observations on the constitutional power of the legislature to interfere with the judiciary in the administration of justice
Windham [Conn.]. Printed by J. Byrne. 1816. 48 p.
A vindication of the capacity of the negro race for self-government, and civilized progress: as demonstrated by historical events of the Haytian revolution; and the subsequent acts of that people since their national independence
Holly, James Theodore
New Haven. W. H. Stanley, printer. 1857. 48 p.
A vindication of The case of allegiance due to soveraign powers: in reply to An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Obedience and submission to the present government, demonstrated from Bishop Overal's convocation-book, with a postscript in answer to Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance, &c
London. Printed for W. Rogers. 1691. , 80 p.
A vindication of the case relating to the greenwax-fines: shewing how the rights and prerogative of the Crown are diminished, officers enriched, and the subjects oppressed by the mismanagement of that revenue : also, disproving the allegations used to hinder a reformation thereof, as contradictory to the reports and resolutions of the judges and lawyers, and the experience of persons of all ranks and degrees in all ages
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1684. , 99,  p.
A vindication of the cause of Great Britain, with strictures on the insolent and perfidious conduct of France, since the signature of the preliminaries of peace: to which is added, a postscript, on the situation of the continent, and the projected invasion of this country
London. John Stockdale. 1803. iv, 84 p.
A vindication of the character and administration of Sir Thomas Rumbold, bart., governor of Madras in 1778-1780: from the misrepresentations of Colonel Wilks, Mr. Mill, and other historians of British India, including an examination of Mr. Hastings' relations with Sir Thomas Rumbold
Rumbold, Elizabeth Anne
London. Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1868. xxxii, 352 p.
A vindication of the character and condition of the females employed in the Lowell mills, against the charges contained in the Boston time and the Boston quarterly review
Lowell [Mass.]. Leonard Huntress, printer. 1841. 30 p.
A vindication of the character of Alford Richardson against the aspersions of Governor King
Portland [Me.]. Printed by Arthur Shirley. 1822. .4-41p.
A vindication of the charitable plea for the speechless: in answer to Mr. Abel Morgan's antipaedorantism : wherein the points in controversy are more largely opened, and his objections particularly considered, and refuted : the whole is freely submitted to the judgment of common sense
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by William Bradford. 1748. viii, 113 p.
A vindication of the claim of Alexander M. W. Ball: of Elizabeth, N.J., to the authorship of the poem, Rock me to sleep, mother
Morse, Oliver Andrew ; Marsh, Luther R ; Ball, Alexander McWhorter
New York. M. W. Dodd. 1867. 72 p.
A vindication of the common opinion relative to the last judgment and end of the world, in answer to Mr. Ballou's reply
Boston. Nathaniel Coverly. 1818. 31 p.
A vindication of the conduct and character of John Adams, esq., in reply to the letter of General Hamilton
New-York. Printed by John C. Totten, & co., and for sale by D. Longworth, no. 11, Park--Peter Burtsell, no. 35, Beekman-street, and at the stores of the other principle booksellers. 1800. 24 p.
A vindication of the conduct of Lady Douglas, during her intercourse with the Princess of Wales: together with remarks on the book, and on the consequences of its publication : also, a narrative of and commentaries upon some extraordinary transactions, including anecdotes of numerous high and distinguished personages
London. E. Wilson. 1814. 140 p.
A vindication of the conduct of the General assembly of the state of Vermont: held at Windsor in October 1778, against allegations and remarks of the protesting members; with observations on their proceedings at a convention held at Cornish, on the 9th day of December 1778
Dresden [N.H.]. Printed by Alden Spooner. . 48 p.
A vindication of the conduct of the General assembly of the state of Vermont, held at Windsor on October 1778, against allegations and remarks of the protesting members: with observations on their proceedings at a convention held at Cornish, on the 9th day of December 1778
Dresden [N.H.]. Printed by Alden Spooner. . facsim.: 48 p.
A vindication of the conduct of the late manager of the Theatre-Royal: humbly address'd to the publick
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 23,  p.
A vindication of the conduct of the ministry in the scheme of the excise on wine and tobacco, proposed last sessions of Parliament: with a general examination of the reasons which determined the said ministry to it
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1734. iv, , 6-60 p.
A vindication of the conduct of the present war, in a letter to ******
[London]. Printed for J. and R. Tonson. 1760. 43 p.
A vindication of the convention lately concluded between Great Britain and Russia, in six letters addressed to ----- -----
Liverpool, Charles Jenkinson
London. Printed for J. Wright. 1801. 135 p.
A vindication of the divine attributes: In some remarks on His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin's sermon, intituled, Divine predestination and foreknowledg consistent with the freedom of man's will
Collins, Anthony ; Edwards, John
London. Printed by H. Hills. 1710. 21,  p.
A vindication of the divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, and of the doctrines contained therein: being an answer to the two parts of Mr. T. Paine's Age of reason
[New York]. London printed, New York re-printed by G. Forman for C. Davis, book-seller. 1797. xii, , 14-202,  p.
A vindication of the divines of the Church of England who have sworn allegiance to K. William & Q. Mary from the imputations of apostasy and perjury, which are cast upon them upon that account in the now publish'd History of passive obedience
London. Printed for Brabazon Aylmer. 1689. 15,  p.
A vindication of the doctrine advocated by John Randolph, esq: member of the House of representatives of the United States
Printed at New York. Price 37 and 1-2 cents. 1806. vi, -36 p.
A Vindication of the doctrine of baptismal regeneration: as understood by the united church against our modern sectaries and seceders : with observations on the pernicious tendency of their tenets, and of their proselytising zeal, and the conduct to be expected from the established clergy at the present important crisis
Dublin. Richard Milliken. 1821. x, 51 p.
A vindication of the doctrine of Scripture, and of the primitive faith: concerning the deity of Christ: in reply to Dr. Priestley's History of early opinions, &c
Edinburgh. Printed by Neill and company. 1794. 2 v.
A vindication of the doctrine of the final perseverance of the saints
Pawtucket [R.I.]. Printed for the Author. 1827. 119,  p.
A vindication of the doctrine of the holy and ever blessed Trinity, and the incarnation of the Son of God: Occasioned by the Brief notes on the creed of St. Athanasius, and the Brief history of the Unitarians, or Socinians, and containing an answer to both
London. Printed for W. Rogers. 1690. 4 p. l., 272 p.
A vindication of the Earl of Carnarvon's assertion respecting the expences of the war: in answer to the reporter of the substance of the speech of Lord Auckland, in the House of Lords, on Friday, 20th March, 1801 to which is added a copy of Lord Auckland's speech, as therein reported
London. J. Debrett. 1801. 27 p.
A vindication of the enquiry into charitable abuses, with an exposure of the misrepresentations contained in The quarterly review
Ker, H. Bellenden
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1819. 129 p.
A Vindication of the exclusive right of authors to their own works: a subject now under consideration before the twelve judges of England
London. Printed for R. Griffiths. 1762. 1 p.l., 45 p.
A vindication of the general ticket law, passed by the legislature of Virginia, on the 18th day of January 1800
Richmond. Printed by Samuel Pleasants, junior. March 1800. 23, , 7,  p.
A vindication of the Gospel-doctrine of justifying faith: being an answer to the Revd. Mr. Andrew Croswell's book intitled What is Christ to me, if he is not mine? ... : including a reply to his answer to Mr. Giles Firmin's eight arguments in confutation of a false notion of it
Boston. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle. 1746. xxiv, -95,  p.
A vindication of the government of New-England churches: drawn from antiquity, the light of nature, Holy Scripture, its noble nature, and from the dignity Divine Providence has put upon it
Wise, John ; Wise, John
Boston. Printed and sold by John Boyles. 1772. 80, 96, 68,  p.
A vindication of the great revolution in England in A.D. MDCLXXXVIII, and of the characters of King William and Queen Mary: together with a confutation of the character of King James the Second
London. Printed for J. Robinson. 1758. viii, 149,  p.
A vindication of their Majesties authority to fill the sees of the deprived bishops in a letter out of the country, occasioned by Dr. B's refusal of the bishoprick of Bath and Wells
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell. 1691. , 24 [i.e. 28] p.
A vindication of the king's sovereign rights: together with a justification of his royal exercises thereof, in all causes, and over all persons ecclesiastical: more particularly applyed to the king's free chappel and church of Sarum ... By way of reply unto the answer of the Lord Bishop of Sarum ... Printed ... meerly for the satisfaction of private friends
[n.p. n.d.]. 3 p. l., 98 p.
A vindication of the Letter out of the north, concerning Bishop Lake's Declaration of his dying in the belief of the doctrine of passive obedience, &c: in answer to a late pamphlet called the Defence of the profession &c. of the said bishop
Eyre, W ; Eyre, William
London. Printed for Awnsham Churchill. 1690. 35,  p.
A vindication of the literary character of the late Professor Porson: from the animadversions of the Right Reverend Thomas Burgess ... in various publications on 1 John v. 7
Cambridge [Eng.]. Printed by J. Smith for J. & J. J. Deighton, Cambridge; and C. & J. Rivington, London. 1827. viii, 404 p.
A vindication of the Lords of the Admiralty on their conduct towards Admiral Keppel: in answer to a late address
Gentleman of the Inner Temple
London. Printed for J. Bowen. 1779. , 44,  p.
A vindication of the Marquis of Dalhousie's Indian administration
Jackson, Charles Robert Mitchell
Allahabad. Chugh Publications. 1975. 179 p.
A vindication of the Marquis of Dalhousie's Indian administration
Jackson, Charles Robert Mitchell
London. Smith, Elder. 1865. 179 p.
A vindication of the measures of the present administration
City of Washington. Printed by Samuel H. Smith. 1803. 20 p.
A Vindication of the ministers of Boston, from the abuses & scandals lately cast upon them in diverse printed papers
Boston in New-England. Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish. 1722. , 14 p.
A vindication of The naked truth, the second part: against the trivial objections and exceptions (of one Fullwood, (stiling himself) D.D. archdeacon of Totnes in Devonshire) in a libelling pamphlet with a bulky and imboss'd title (calling it) Leges Angliae, or, The lawfulness of ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Church of England : in answer to Mr. Hickeringill's Naked truth, the second part
London. Printed for Richard Janeway. 1681. [ 4], 36 p.
A vindication of the New Testament concerning personality
James, John Thomas
[Angwin, Calif. Angwin book bindery. c1940]. 2 p. l., viii, 121 p.
A vindication of the occupying claimant laws of Kentucky: presented to the Supreme Court of the United States, in a petition for a reconsideration of the case of Green vs. Biddle
Rowan, John ; Clay, Henry
Louisville. Printed by S. Penn Jr. 1823. 23 p.
A vindication of the opinions delivered in evidence by the medical witnesses for the Crown, on a late trial at Lancaster for murder
Liverpool. William Jones. 1808. 87 p.
A vindication of the pending bill for the amendment of the Copyright Act from the misrepresentations and unjust comments of the syndics of the university library, at Cambridge
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1818. 32 p.
A vindication of the people of God called Quakers: being an answer to a book, dedicated to them, by one George Pressick of Dublin, in which book many lyes and calumnies are presented
London. Printed for Robert Wilson. . 24 p.
A vindication of the power, obligation and encouragement of the unregenerate to attend the means of grace: Against the exceptions of the Rev. Mr. Samuel Hopkins, in the second part of his reply to the Rev. Mr. Mills; intitled, "The true state and character of the unregenerate, stripped of all misrepresentation and disguise."
Boston. Printed and sold by J. Kneeland. 1772. ii, 227 p.
A vindication of the power of society to annull the marriages of minors entered into without consent of parents or guardians: in which the objections made thereto in two pamphlets lately published by the Rev. Dr. Stebbing are fully considered
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1755. , 63,  p.
A vindication of the present great revolution in England, in five letters pass'd betwixt James Welwood, M.D. and Mr. John March: occasion'd by a sermon preach'd by him on January 30 1688/9 ... for passive obedience and non-resistance
Welwood, James ; March, John
London printed. And sold by R. Taylor. 1689. , 36 p.
A vindication of the present settlement, by way of animadversion on a late seditious pamphlet entituled Dr. Sherlock's Case of allegiance considered
London. Printed for G. Sedgwick. 1692. , 20 p.
A vindication of the press: or, An essay on the usefulness of writing, of criticism, and the qualifications of authors
New York. Garland Pub. 1972. 36 p.
A vindication of the press (1718)
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1951. v p., facsim.: 36 p.