A full and impartial report of the cause, Jane Horsman v. Francis Bulmer, the elder, the Rev. Wm. Bulmer, Alexander Mather, Wm. Matterson, Wm. Belcome, M.D., and Helen Scott: being an action of trespass and false imprisonment, tried at the summer assizes for the County of York, August 4, 1819, before the Hon. Sir George Wood, Knight, one of the Barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, and a special jury.
Horsman, Jane. ; Bulmer, Francis. ; Fraser.
York. Thomas Sotheran,. [1819?]. iv, 136 p..

A full and impartial report of the proceedings of the meeting at New-Ross,: convened by the Roman Catholic magistrates and gentry of that town, to oppose the Bible and Kildare-St. Societies, and held in the Roman Catholic Chapel.
Hardy, Philip Dixon
Dublin. pr. by R.M. Timms,. [c. 1824]. 44 p..

A full and interesting account of the great hippopotamus,: or river horse: from the White Nile.
New York . [S. Booth,. 1863]. 32 p..

A full and just account of the present state of the Otoman empire in all its branches: with the government and policy, religion, customs and way of living of the Turks in general ; faithfully related from a serious observation taken in many years travels thro' those countries
Hill, Aaron.
London. Mayo,. 1709..

¬A¬ full and just account of the present state of the Ottoman Empire in all its branches ...
Hill, Aaron
London. Mayo. 1709. XXVII, 339 S..

A full and just account of the present state of the Ottoman empire in all its branches: with the government, and policy, religion, customs, and way of living of the Turks, in general.
Hill, Aaron.
London. John Mayo,. 1709.. XXVII, 339 S..

¬A¬ full and more particular account of the late fire
Cole, John
London. Smith. 1683. 2 S..

A full and particular account of all the circumstances attending the loss of steamboat Lexington,
Providence, . H. H. Brown and A. H. Stillwell,. 1840.. 32 p..

A full and particular account of all the circumstances attending the loss of the steamboat Lexington,: in Long-island sound, on the night of January 13, 1840; as elicited in the evidences of the witnesses examined before the jury of inquest, held in New-York immediately after the lamentable event..
Providence, . H. H. Brown and A. H. Stillwell,. 1840. 32 p. incl. front.

¬A¬ full and particular account of the life and notorious transactions of Roger Johnson ...
[Microfilm d. Ausg. 1740]. Woodbridge, Ct.. Research Publ.. 1981. 27 S.. Early British fiction ; 205..

A full and particular account of the life and notorious transactions of Roger Johnson...to the time of his death
London, . 1740..

¬A¬ full and particular account of the life and transactions of Roger Johnson
Nachdr. d. Ausg. London 1740. New York. Garland. 1975. 27 S.. The flowering of the novel. ; 3,1..
ISBN 0-8240-1102-3

¬A¬ full and particular account of the seizing and imprisonment of the Duke of Tyrconnel
London. Hayhurst. 1690. 2 S..

A Full and particular account of the seizing and imprisonment of the Duke of Tyrconnel, and other great officers, by the express command of the French King
[London. Printed for R. Hayhurst,. 1690]. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A full and particular account of the sufferings of William Gatenby
Gatenby, William
New York. Garland Pub.,. 1978.. 8 p. ;.

A full and particular narrative of the life, character and conduct of John Banks: to which is prefixed a correct copy of his trial and condemnation : with an appendix containing his confession.
Banks, John,
New-York. Printed for the proprietor,. 1807.. 24 p..

A full and particular narrative of the life, character, and conduct of John Banks, a native of Nieuport, in Austrian Flanders, who is to be executed on the 11th day of July, 1806, for the wilful murder of his wife Maragaret Banks: to which is prefixed, a correct copy of his trial & condemnation, with an appendix, containing his confession, voluntarily made by himself, in the presence of the editor, attended by one of his keepers, who, (if required,) will testify to its truth.
Banks, John,
New-York. Printed for the proprietor,. 1806.. 21 p. ;.

A full and particular report of the proceedings of the public meeting held in Manchester on Monday the 18th of January, 1819: containing an account of the procession to and from the meeting, the speeches delivered thereat, copy of the declaration and remonstrance adopted thereby, toasts, sentiments, &c. after dinner, riotous assault upon Messrs. Hunt, Chapman, Whitworth, and Johnson at the theatre, Mr. Cross's examination of Mess. Hunt, Whitworth, &c. at the New Bayley, together with Mr. Hunt's, Cartwright's, Wolseley's, Sherwin's, &c. letters, and every particular occurrence connected therewith
Knight, J.
[Manchester]. Printed for the author,. [1819] . 32, viii p. ;.

¬A¬ full and perfect account of the particulars of the terrible and bloody fight
London. N. T.. 1687. 2 S..

¬A¬ full and perfect account of the seizing seven of K. James's officers
S.l.. R. H. and H. Jones. 1690.

A Full and perfect account of the seizing seven of K. James's officers, viz. Captain Vaughan, Frogmorton, Whinuell, Burges, Sidmore, Brookes and Yearburrough who were bound for France with treasonable letters, and now are in custody in Bell Savage Yard by Ludgate till their examination
London. Printed for R.H. and H. Jones ...,. [1690]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬A¬ full and perfect account of the state and condition of ... Ulster
S.l.. Younge. 1690.

¬A¬ full and perfect relation of a great and signal victory
London. Crouch. 1689.

¬A¬ full and plain account of the gout
Warner, Ferdinando
2. ed.. London. 1768.

¬A¬ full and plaine declaration of ecclesiasticall discipline
TRAVERS, WALTER
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Zurich. Freschauer. 1574.

¬A¬ full and plaine declaration of ecclesiasticall discipline
TRAVERS, WALTER
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. [Leyden]. Brewster. 1617.

¬A¬ full and satisfactorie answere to the Arch-bishop of Canterburies speech, or funerall sermon preached by himselfe on the Tower-Hill, on 10. Jan. 1645
London. 1645.

¬A¬ full and satisfactorie answer to the late unadvised Bull, against Venice
Sarpi, Paolo
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. Bill. 1606.

A full and true account: of one Mrs. Elisabeth Bates, :the only daughter of an eminent merchant living at Hacknoy [i.e. Hackney], who sold herself to the Devil, to be revenged of her sweet-heart, one Mr. Thomas Simpson a gentleman'r [sic] son of the said town, who after having deluded her by promise of marriage, went and married another. : Giving a particular relation how she bewitch'd him and the bride, as they were eating the wedding dinuer [sic]. : Also how several divines prayed with her night and day. With an account how the devil appea'd [sic] in a most frightful and terrible manntr [sic], came and fetch'd her away, on Friday last being about 11 a clock at night, from the midst of the company. : With a list of the names of the divines that were with her, with their discourse together, and the prayers they used.
London. Prinsed [i.e. Printed] by J. Smith,. [ca. 1700?]. 8 p. ;.

¬A¬ full and true account of a bloody and dismal fight
London. Pardoe. [1690]. 2 S..

A Full and true account of a bloody and dismal fight betwixt the English Protestants, and the French and Irish papists: being an impartial relation, of a great victory obtained by Duke Scomberg's forces, over a party of King James's army Ireland, since the joyful news of the Kings coming into this nation.
London. Printed for Richard Pardoe ...,. [1690]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ full and true account of a great and signal victory
S.l.. Chiswell. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of all the proceedings in Ireland
London. Jones. [1690].

¬A¬ full and true account of all the remarkable actions
S.l.. Baldwin. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of a notorious and bold robbery
S.l.. 1700.

¬A¬ full and true account of a strange apparition
London. Cox. 1685. 7 S..

A full and true account of a terrible and bloody engagement at sea, between a squadron of the French fleet and the naval forces under the command of our English admiral: together with a particular account of the sinking of three of the Frch men of war, taking of two, and disabling most of therest [sic], with the great courage and bravery of our English sea-men
J. H.
London. Printed for W. Brown ...,. [1690]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ full and true account of his Grace Duke Schomberg's marching
London. 1689.

¬A¬ Full and true account of His Grace Duke Schomberg's marching towards Dublin and of the preparations the late King James is making to oppose him: with other affairs relating to Ireland
London. Printed for J. Green. 1689. 1 sheet(2 p.).

¬A¬ full and true account of the apprehending Sir Adam Blaire
London. Baldwin. 1689. 2 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the barbarous rebellion ... at Ipswich
S.l.. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of the barbarous ... usage of Mr. George Willington
London. [1700]. 8 S..

A full and true account of the behaviours, confessions, ... of the condemn'd criminals
Allen, John
London. Mallet. [1700]. 2 S..

¬A¬ Full and true account of the beseiging and taking of Carrickfergus by the Duke of Schomberg: as also a relation of what has lately pass'd in the islands of Antego, Mevis, and Monteserrat, in the West-Indies, where Their Majesties have beensolemnly proclaim'd: in a letter from Chester of August the 31st
London. Printed for Richard Baldwin. 1689. 1 sheet(2 p.).

¬A¬ full and true account of the besieging ... Carrick Fergus
S.l.. Baldwin. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of the death of George Lord Jeffries
London. Gifford. 1689. 1 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the dreadful and melancholly earthquake: which happened between twelve and one o'clock in the morning, on Thursday the fifth instant. With an exact list of such persons as have hitherto been found in the rubbish. In a letter from a gentleman in town, to his friend in the country
P. D.
The fourth edition. London. printed for Tim. Tremor, near the Temple Gate, Fleet-street. 1750. 8p..

A full and true account of the dreadful and melancholy earthquake,: which happened between twelve and one o'clock in the morning, on Thursday the fifth instant. With an exact list of such persons as have hitherto been found in the rubbish. In two letters from a gentleman in town, to his friend in th country.
[Bentley, Richard],
London, . Printed for Tim. Tremor in Fleet street,. 1750.. 16 p..

A full and true account of the dreadfull and melancholly earthquake; which happenned between twelve and one o'clock in the morning, on Thursday the fifth instant: With an exact list of such persons as have hitherto been found in the rubbish. In a letter from a gentleman in town, to his friend in the country.
Bentley, R.
London, . [1750?]. 8 p..

¬A¬ Full and True account of the great battel fought betwixt the Turks, Hungarian rebels, and Polish army before the city of Presburg: with the glorious victory obtained by the Polish army, under the conduct of Prince Lubomierski, sent from the Duke of Lorrain to the King of Poland and communicated to the Polish envoy in London
London. Printed for Edw. Brewster. 1683. 16 p..

¬A¬ full and true account of the great battel ... Presburg
S.l.. Brewster. 1683.

¬A¬ full and true account of the inhumane and bloody cruelties of the Papists
S.l.. Richman. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of the lamentable and dreadful fire
London. Curtis. 1682. 4 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the landing and reception of the late King James at Kinsale
S.l.. D. M.. 1689.

Alter Friedhof Deutz: with the particulars of the ships, arms, ammunition, men, and money that he brought with him : in a letter from Bristol April 1st, 1689.
Scholz, Gertrud
London. Printed by D.M.,. 2001. 1 sheet (2 p.)0556vM2.01200024 h.

¬A¬ full and true account of the landing of the late King James II. in Ireland
London. Baldwin. 1689. 2 S..

A Full and true account of the landing of the notorious wicked life of that grand impostor, John Taylor: one of the sweet-singers of Israel, who was committed to the King's bench for speaking blasphemy ... : to which is added one of his pphane songs copied verbatim out of his own book ...
London. Printed for Benj. Harris ...,. 1678.. [2], 5 p..

¬A¬ full and true account of the late brave action
London. Brown. 1690. 2 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the miraculous Glastenbury white thorn in Somersetshire: that buds every Christmas Day ... Also the life and death of that holy disciple Joseph of Arimathea
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1760?]. 8p.

¬A¬ full and true account of the notorious wicked life of ... John Taylor
London. Harris. 1678. 8 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the penitence of John Marketman
London. Walsall. 1680. 38 S..

¬A¬ Full and true account of the proceedings of Tho. Harris, Gent. high constable of the Hundred of Oswaldstone, in the county of Middlesex: [ein Ratekrimi um Leonardo da Vinci]
Harris, Tho.
1. Aufl.. Bindlach. Loewe. 2006. 121 S. : Ill.. Tatort Forschung.
ISBN 978-3-7855-5882-9 Pp. : EUR 7.90

A Full and true account of the proceedings of Tho. Harris, Gent. high constable of the Hundred of Oswaldstone, in the county of Middlesex: Being the manner of finding the head of the late murder'd person, who was cut to pieces: it being found between twelve and one a clock at night, in the House of Office, near the house of Mr. Fresnear, a fringe-maker, near Exeter-Exchange, on Sunday-night, the 5th instant February, 1687
Harris, Tho.
London. printed, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor. 1688. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A full and true account of the prodigious experiment brought to perfection in Boston at Father Burke's academy,: to the glory of God, the propagation of truth and the suppression of venery,
Cossart, Theophilus, ; Glass, Montague Marsden,
New York, . Printed by the Marchbanks press for the author,. 1928.. v, 19 p..

¬A¬ full and true account of the sad and dreadful fire ... in ... Southwark
London. T. R.. 1689. 2 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of the surrendring of Charlemont
S.l.. Baldwin. 1690.

¬A¬ full and true account of the taking of ... Mentz
S.l.. Chiswell. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true account of the two great victories
[London]. Smith. 1690. 2 S..

A Full and true account of the vvonderful eruptions of a prodigious burning mountain,: vvhich cast out vast quantities of fire to the destruction of several whole tovvns. Together with a relation of a vvonderful earth-quake. Likewise strange and vvonderful news from Ireland; giving a relation of a great flood that hapened there by rain.
London.. [s.n.],. Printed in the year, MDCLXXXVII [1687]. [2], 6 p.

¬A¬ full and true account of the woefull and wonderfull apparition of Hurloe Harrington: ... who, by the instigation of some evil spirits threw himself down a considerable precipice, by which great, violent and sudden fall he first destroyed his intellectuals and soon after departed this mortal life ...
Fitz-Henery, ...
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 571..

¬A¬ full and true account of the wonderful mission of Earl Lavender
Davidson, John
Reprint of the ed. London, 1895. New York. Garland. 1977. XII, 290 S.. The decadent consciousness.
ISBN 0-8240-2756-6

A full and true account of the wonderful mission of earl Lavender, which lasted one night and one day
Davidson, John.
London. Ward & Downey,. 1895.. 290 S..

¬A¬ full and true account of two famous and signal victories
S.l.. Cooper. 1690.

A Full and true account of two famous and signal victories obtained by Their Majesties forces over the Irish rebels, the first over General Sarsfield, near the Shannon, raising the siege of Bir, taking all their cannon and killing an hundred and sixty on the spot, driving them over the Shannon, the second over four thousand raparees, the killing five hundred of them, and taking all their arms: also the arrival of Sir Clovesly Shovel with Their Majesties fleet : with many other material occurrences : in a letter from Dublin.
London. Printed for T. Cooper,. 1690.. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A Full and true relation as well of the blovving up of the Ann frigat and one fire-ship, wherein was destroyed 131 men, 7 women, and 4 children, as also of the examination, tryal, and condemnation of John Adams, the gunner thereunto belonging, as the occasion of that accident ...
[London]. Printed by A. Purslow,. in the year 1673.. 8 p. ;.

¬A¬ full and true relation of a comet
S.l.. [1682].

A Full and true relation of a comet or blazing-star, that lately appeared, and was seen by many who are eye-witnesses thereof, in this city of London, on the 28th and 29th of July last: with many weighty observations upon the same.
[London. s.n.,. 1679]. 4 p..

¬A¬ full and true relation of a horrid and detestable conspiracy
[London?]. [1696]. 2 S..

¬A¬ full and true relation of all the proceedings at the assizes holden at Maidstone
[London]. [1680]. 4 S..

A Full and true relation of a most barbarous and dreadful murder committed on the body of Mrs. Kirk, wife of Edmund Kirk, drawer at the Rose-Tavern in Pye-Corner, on Sunday, May the 25th, 1684, whose body was found in a pit near Tyburn, supposed to be murder'd by her aforesaid husband
London. Printed by Elizabeth Mallet ...,. 1684.. 1 sheet (2 p.).

¬A¬ full and true relation of a most barbarous and dreadful murder ... Mrs. Kirk
London. Mallet. 1684.

¬A¬ full and true relation of a new hellish Popish plot in Ireland
London. 1679.

A full and true relation of a new hellish Popish plot in Ireland, carried on by the papists in the province of Munster: with the manner how they would have possessed themselves of that strong city of Limerick, and the castle thereof, in oer to the receiving French forces in the great River Shanon, for their landing there : express'd in a letter from a friend verbatim, dated in Dublin this 6th of December 1679.
W. S.
London. [s.n.],. 1679.. [2], 2 p..

A Full and true relation, of Count Martini, in Silesia,: who was transformed into a dog, all but the head, which you will see in the cut, hereunto annexed. : Was occasioned by way of striving for worldly pelf, ruining his subjects, and blaspheming his Lord and Creator. : [Four lines of verse]
Philadelphia,. Printed by Anthony Armbruster,,. 1765. 4 p. ;.

A Full and true relation of dreadful and terrible storm, that hapned [sic] at Forte St. George, in the East-Indies, on the 3d of November, 1684.
R. L. S.
London,. Printed by George Croom, at the sign of the Blue-Ball in Thames-street, over against Baynard's-Castle.,. 1685.. 1 sheet ([2] p.)..

¬A¬ full and true relation of his excellency the Pope's Nuncio making his public entry
London. 1687. 1 S..

A Full and true relation of the death and slaughter of a man and his son at plough, together with four horses, in the parish of Cookham in the county of Berks, Sept. 2, 1680: slain by the thunder and lightning that then and there happenedas may fully be testified by credible persons whose names are hereunto adjoyned : likewise the same day happened another sad accident near Norwich, eight persons, being struck dead in a church porch by thunder
London. Printed for John Harding ...,. 1680.. [2], 2 p..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the death of K. James
London. Hayhurst. 1689.

¬A¬ full and true relation of the glorious victory of the Christians
[London]. [1687]. 8 S..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the great and wonderful revolution ... of Siam
London. Taylor. 1690.

A Full and true relation of the great and wonderful revolution that hapned lately in the kingdom of Siam in the East-Indies: giving a particular account of the seizing and death of the late king, and of the setting up of a new one : as al of the putting to death of the king's only daughter, his adopted son who was a Christian, his two brothers, and of Monsieur Constance, his great minister of state, and favourer of the French : and of the expulsion of all the Jesuits, missionary priests, officers and soldiers of the French nation out of that kingdom, that endeavoured to bring it under the French domination : being the substance of several letters writ in Octob. 1688, and Feb. 1689 from Siam, and the coast of Cormandel
London. Printed for Randal Taylor ...,. 1690.. [2], viii, 22 p..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the great defeat given to Sir Ralph Hopton
London. Alsop u.a.. 1644. 8 S..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the late great victory
London. Overton. 1643.

¬A¬ full and true relation of the most terrible and dreadful tempest of thunder & lightening, hail and rai[n] that ever yet was seen or heard in England: Giving a faithful account of the vast losses, damages, and calamities sustaine[d] thereby in the towns of Hitchin, Offly, Eccleford, ... with several other villag[es] and market-towns in the counties of Harford, Bedfor[d,] Huntington, &c ... To which is added, particular account of the sad and dismal disasters that happen'd at Potton in Bedfordshire, ... As also a particular relation of the great damages sustained by Sq; Harvey and others, in their houses, corn, cattle &c. The whole communicated in a letter out of Hartfordshire, from Mr. I. Tord, to his son-in-law Mr Burchfield near the Blew-Coat at Bishopsgate Barrs. Note, the truth of this relation will be confirm'd by Mr. Nicholas Beaumont, at the sign of the Hand in Hand-Alle[y]
Tord, I. ; Burchfield
S.l.. peinted [sic] and sold by J. Wilkins, [ ]nd the green Dragon Tavern, in Fleet-street. [1697]. 8 p..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the tryal and condemnation of twelve notorious highway-men
[London]. [1679]. 4 S..

¬A¬ full and true relation of the tryal, condemnation, and execution of Anne Foster
London. D. M.. 1674. 8 S..

¬A¬ full and true relation of two very remarkable tryals ... 3rd Oct.
London. W. H.. 1680. 4 S..

A full and true statement of the examination and ordinataion of Mr. Arthur Carey.
New York, . J. A. Sparks,. 1843.. 3 p..

A Full and true state of the controversy, concerning The marrow of modern divinity: as debated between the General Assembly, and several ministers in the year 1720 and 1721.
Fisher, Edward,
Glasgow. Printed by John Bryce ...,. 1773.. 184 p. ;.

¬A¬ full answer paragraph by paragraph to Sir John Fenwick's paper: given to the sheriffs Jan.28, 1696/97
London. Baldwin. 1697.

¬A¬ full answer to a late view of the internal evidence of the christian religion
London. 1777.

¬A¬ Full answer to all the Objections to the Bill for establishing the trade to Africa in a regulated company
S.l.. s.n. [1712]. 2 p..

¬A¬ full answer to a scandalous pamphlet, intituled, a character of a London Diurnall
London. 1645.

¬A¬ full answer to Dr. Tenisons conferences
London. Hills. 1687.

¬A¬ full answer to that question what is the church of England?: With a defence and continuation of the conforming non-conformist, etc. Wherein the present controversies about church-government and separation are further opened and discussed
J. C.
London. Robinson. 1680. 258 S..

A full answer to the arguments of ...: Jonathan Edwards, for the opinion of St. Austin concerning the imputation of the first sin of Adam, for guilt to all his posterity; proving to be contrary, I. To the common principles of mankind. II. To the clear evidence of reason. III. To the Scriptures ... IV. To the sentiments of most of the ancients ...
Whitby, Daniel,
London. J. Wyat,. 1712.. 196 p..

¬A¬ Full Answer To The Conduct of the Allies: To which is added, some Observations On The Remarks on the Barrier Treaty
London. 1712. 94 S..

Im Zentrum der Macht: das Tagebuch von Staatssekretär Lenz, 1951 - 1953
Lenz, Otto, ; Gotto, Klaus
Düsseldorf. Droste,. 1989.. XLIV, 757 S..

¬A¬ full answer to the depositions
London. Burgis. 1689. 27 S..

A Full answer to the depositions and to all other the pretences and arguments whatsoever concerning the birth of the Prince of Wales: the intreague thereof detected, the whole design being set forth, with the way and manner of doing it : ereunto is annexed a map or survey engraven of St. James Palace, and the convent there : describing the place wherein it is supposed the true mother was delivered : with the particular doors and passages through which the child was convey'd to the queens bed-chamber.
London. Printed for Simon Burgis,. 1689.. [3], 21 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A full answer to the King of Spain's last manifesto, respecting the bay of Honduras, and the Mosquito shore: in which all the accusations brought against the subjects of Great Britain settled in the bay of Honduras; and against the ancient British settlement in the free and independent dominions of the Mosquito shore; are candidly stated and refuted; and the importance of the Mosquito shore to Great Britain, delineated and ascertained ...
London, . Printed for T. Cadell,. 1779.. 75 p..

A full answer to the Letter from a by-stander, &c.: wherein his false calculations and misrepresentations of facts in the time of King Charles II are refuted, and an historical account is given of all the Parliamentary aids in that reign, from the journals of the House of Commons : the ancient and modern power of the Crown, and the excessive height to which it is risen of late, are clearly represented, and reasons offered for restoring to the freeholders of England their ancient right of chusing high sheriffs and justices of the peace in the county courts, as a proper means of restoring the ballance of our constitution, and putting a stop to the progress of corruption
Carte, Thomas,
London. Printed for J. Robinson ...,. 1742.. [2], 214 p. ;.

¬A¬ full answer to the Levellers petition
[London]. 1648.

¬A¬ Full an [sic] true acount [sic] of a most barbarous and bloody murther committed by Edward Williams on the body of Mr. Hinton, at the Windsor-Castle in Green-Dragon Court, near Charing-Cross, on Thursday last: with the occasion of their quarrel ... and how the coroners inquest brought it in wilful murther, and committed Mrs. Hinton to the gate-house ... for being accessary [sic] to the same
London. Printed for William Alkin. 1700. 1 sheet([1] p.).

¬A¬ full-band Monte Carlo charge transport model for nanoscale silicon devices including strain
Fischer, Björn
Aachen. Shaker. 2000. VI, 129 S.. Berichte aus der Halbleitertechnik.
ISBN 3-8265-7018-9 kart. : DM 89.00

A full blown Yankee of the Iron Brigade: service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
Dawes, Rufus R. ; Nolan, Alan T
Lincoln [Neb.]. University of Nebraska Press,. 1999. xv, 330 p..

Rechtschreibung, Grammatik, Texte schreiben, Lesetraining, Arbeitstechniken: service with the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
Diehm, Jan ; Biermann, Heinrich ; Schurf, Bernd
1. Aufl., 7. Dr. Berlin. Cornelsen. 1999. 96 S..
ISBN 3-464-60301-6

¬A¬ full but elementary treatment of systems of homogeneous ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficient
Besjes, J.G.
Delft. Fac., Univ.. 1987. 8 Bl.. Reports of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics. Delft University of Technology ; 87,82.

¬A¬ full catechism of the catholic Religion from the German ¬of Jos. Deharbe¬
Deharbe, Josef
New York. 1889.

A full checklist of books & cassettes 1994
Calcutta. Lal. 1994. 98 S. : Ill..

¬A¬ full Circle
Harvey, Andrew
1981.

¬A¬ full-circle theorem for simple tense logic
Wansing, Heinrich
Hamburg. GrKK. 1993. 16 S.. Bericht ; 24.

A full, clear and familiar enplanation of the law concerning bills of exchange,
Loveless, Peter. [from old catalog]
Dublin, . Henry Watts,. 1790.. p. cm..

A full, clear, and familiar explanation of the law concerning bills of exchange,: promissory notes, and the evidence on a trial by jury relative thereto; with a description of bank notes and the privilege of attornies.
Lovelass, Peter,
London, . Printed for the author.... 1789.. xii, 192 p..

A full, clear, and familiar explanation of the law concerning bills of exchange, promissory notes, and the evidence on a trial by jury relative thereto: with a description of bank notes, and the privilege of attornies
Lovelass, Peter,
Philadelphia. Printed by Joseph Crukshank ...,. 1791.. x, [136] p..

A full, clear, and familiar explanation of the law concerning bills of exchange, promissory notes, and the evidence on a trial by jury relative thereto;: with a description of bank notes, and the privilege of attornies.
Lovelass, Peter,
Dublin. Printed by H. Watts,. 1790.. x, 192 (i. e. 128) p..

A full clear answer to a book, written by William Petit;
[Brady, Robert], ; Atwood, William,
London, . S. Lowndes,. 1681.. 252, 40, 134 p..

A full collation of Codex Ev. Bobbiensis (k)
Bakker, Adolphine Henriette Annette.
{[S.l.], . [o.J.].