¬An¬ account of the late improvements in galvanism: with a series of curious and interesting experiments performed before the commissioners of the French National Institute, and repeated lately in the anatomical theatres of London ... ; to which is added an appendix containing the author's experiments on the body of a malefactor executed at Newgate etc. etc. ; illustrated with engravings
Aldini, Giovanni
London. Cuthell and Martin. 1803.

¬An¬ account of the late odious conspiracy
[Anr. ed.]. London. 1692. 3 S..

¬An¬ account of the late odious conspiracy against the reputation of Sir Humphrey Edwin, Kt. by a malicious indictment of perjury: Together with his case, and a short account of the trial thereupon, before the Right Honourable Sir John Holt Kt. Lord Chief Justice of England; at Westminster the 13th of February, 1691
S.l.. s.n. [printed in the year, 1692]. 3, [1] p..

¬An¬ account of the late persecution of the protestants in the vallys of Piemont, by the Duke of Savoy and the French King, in the year 1686: Never before publisht
Oxford. Crosley. 1688. 68 S..

Caspar David Friedrich, zum Licht hinaufsteigende Frau
Börsch-Supan, Helmut ; Frenssen, Birte
Berlin. Kulturstiftung d. Lñder,. 2005.. 46 S..

An account of the late proposals of the Archbishop of Canterbury: with some other bishops to his Majesty, in a letter to M.B., Esq.
M. B., ; Sancroft, William, ; N. N.
[London. s.n.,. 1688]. 4 p..

An account of the late proposals of the Archbishop of Canterbury, with some other Bishops, to His Majesty: in a letter to M.B., Esq.
N. N. ; Sancroft, William, ; M. B. ; James
[London. s.n.,. 1688]. 4 p. ;.

An account of the late revolution in Geneva;: and of the conduct of France towards that republic, from October, 1792, to October, 1794; : in a series of letters, to a citizen of Philadelphia.
Ivernois, Francis d',
Philadelphia:. Published by Francis C. King, no. 42, Market-Street.,. 1798. Price 37 1/3 cents. vi, 76 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the late visitation at St. Mary Magdal. Colledge ...: 24th of October, 1688
Mews, Peter
London. Taylor. 1688. 4 S..

An account of the late wonderful American vision, exhibiting the judgments that must shortly come to pass: also, an account of some apparitions.
London. Sold by Mr. Parsons,. 1791.. vi, 13, [5] p. ;.

An account of the lawyers of Groton, Massachusetts: including natives who have practised elsewhere, and those also who have studied law in the town : with an appendix
Green, Samuel A.
Groton [Mass.. s.n.],. 1892 . 158 p. ;.

An account of the life and character of Samuel Wesley Stevens,
[n. p.] . 1908.. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told: late preacher of the Gospel; ... Written by himself
Told, Silas
London. printed and sold by Gilbert and Plummer; and by T. Scollick. 1786.

¬An¬ account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told: ... Written by himself
Told, Silas
London. printed and sold by Gilbert and Plummer; and by T. Scollick. 1785.

Todesbilder: late preacher of the Gospel; ... Written by himself
Told, Silas
Berlin. Rowohlt. 1993. 172 S.. Kursbuch ; 114.
3-87134-114-2

An account of the life and death of ... Matthew Henry, Minister of the Gospel at Hackney, who died June 22d 1714 ... Coll.and publ. by W. Tong
Henry, Matthew ; Tong, William
London. Lawrence [u.a.]. 1716. 3 Bl., 398 S..

An account of the life and death of ... Mr. Matthew Henry: ... who died June 22d, 1714, ... Chiefly collected out of his own papers, and faithfully published by W. Tong
Henry, Matthew ; Tong, William
London. printed for M. Lawrence; Em. Matthews; and S. Cliff. 1716. Online-Ressource.

An account of the life and death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bury, who died, May the 11th 1720. Aged 76.
Bury, Elizabeth, ; Bury, Samuel, ; Watts, Isaac,
Boston:. Printed by Green, Bushell, and Allen, for D. Henchman in Cornhil.,. 1743.. [12], 194, [10] p. ;.

An Account Of The Life and Death Of Mrs. Elizabeth Bury, Who Died, May the 11th 1720. Aged 76. Chiefly Collected out of her Own Diary. Together with Her Funeral Sermon, Preach'd at Bristol, May 22. 1720. By the Reverend Mr. William Tong, And Her Elegy, by the Reverend Mr. J. Watts
Bury, Elizabeth ; Tong, William ; Watts, Isaac ; Bury, Samuel
Birstol. Penn. 1721. [4] Bl., 230 S., [4] Bl..

An Account Of The Life and Death Of the late Reverend Mr. Matthew Henry, Minister of the Gospel at Hackney, Who died June 22d, 1714, in the 52d Year of his Age
Tong, William ; Henry, Matthew
London. Lawrence. 1716. [5] Bl., 398 S..

An account of the life and principles of Sir Samuel Romilly, K.C., M.P., H.M. solicitor-general, 1806-1807,
Atkinson, Charles Milner, ; Mitchell, John Edwin,
Derby, . Hobson and son, ltd.,. 1920.. 4 p. ., 232 p..

¬An¬ account of the life and times of Francis Bacon: extracted from the edition of his occasional writings ; in two volumes
Spedding, James
London. Trübner.

¬An¬ account of the life and times of Francis Bacon: in 2 volumes
Spedding, James ; Bacon, Francis
Boston. Houghton, Osgood and Co.. 1878.

An account of the life and travels, in the work of the ministry, of John Fothergill.: To which are added, divers epistles to friends in Great-Britain and America, on various occasions.
Fothergill, John, ; Fothergill, John, ; Fothergill, John, ; Hayward, James
[Philadelphia]. London: printed. Philadelphia: reprinted and sold by James Chattin, in Church-Alley,,. 1754.. iv, 280 p. ;.

An account of the life and travels in the work of the ministry, of John Fothergill: to which are added, diverse epistles to Friends in Great Britain and America, on various occasions.
Fothergill, John,
London. Printed and sold by Mary Hinde,. 1773.. v, 338, xxix p. ;.

An account of the life and writings of David Hume, Esq.
Ritchie, Thomas E.
Repr. of the 1807 éd. Bristol [u.a.]. Thoemmes [u.a.]. 1990. 520 S.. Books relating to the Scottish enlightenment.
ISBN 1-85506-082-5

An account of the life and writings of James I, King of Great Britain: after the manner of Mr. Bayle, drawn from original writers and State-Papers
Harris, William,
London. Printed for W. Strahan ; T. Becket and T. Cadell ... ; and S. Bladon ...,. 1772.. xiv, [2], 255, [5] p. ;.

An account of the life and writings of Lord Chancellor Somers: including remarks on the public affairs in which he was engaged, and the bill of rights, with a comment
Maddock, Henry,
London. Printed for Clarke and Sons,. 1812.. viii, 378, 20 p..

¬An¬ account of the life and writings of Mr. Abraham Cowley written to Mr. M. Clifford
Sprat, Thomas ; Clifford, Martin
London. 1709. XLV S..

An account of the life and writings of Mr. John Le Clerc to this present year M DCC XI,: to which is added a collection of letters from J.G. Graevius and Baron Spanheim to Mr. Le Clerc. With a particular account of Dr. Bentley and his two associates, Gronovius and Burman.
London, . Printed for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible,. 1712.. 80 p..

¬An¬ Account of the life and writings of William Paley
Paley, Edmund
republ. [of the ed.] London 1825. Farnborough, Hants. Gregg. 1970.

An account of the life of John Richardson: giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland, America &c.
Richardson, John
Philadelphia. Crukshank. 1783. VI, 236 S..

An account of the life of MArie Joseph Paul Yves Roche Gilbert Dumotier Marquis de Lafayette...: with illustrations of the La Fayette pattern of sterling silver tableware.
[Boston, . Griffith-Stillings press,. c1907]. 66p..

¬An¬ account of the life of Muley Liezit, late Emperor of Morocco. Written by a Spanish agent at the Moorish court. ... Translated from the original French. To which is prefixed, a short review of the Moorish history, ... By Robert Heron
N. N
Edinburgh. printed for R. Morison & Son, Perth. 1797.

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardsn [sic],: Giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland, America, &c. : [Three lines from Luke]
Richardson, John, ; Evans
[Philadelphia]. London printed: Philadelphia, reprinted, and sold by William Dunlap, at the newest printing-office, in Market-Street,,. 1759. vi, 220 p. ;.

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson: giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland and America
Richardson, John,
Bolton, Mass.. Daniel Cooledge,. 1807. vi, 236 p. ;.

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson,: giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland and America.
Richardson, John,
London, . [W. Phillips]. 1825.. vi, 176 p..

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson,: giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland, America, &c.
Richardson, John,
London: . Printed and sold by Mary Hinde,. 1774.. vi, 242 p..

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson,: giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland, America, &c. : [Three lines from Luke]
Richardson, John,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets.,. MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]. vi, 236, [2] p. ;.

An account of the life of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Richardson, giving a relation of many of his trials and exercises in his youth, and his services in the work of the ministry, in England, Ireland, America, &c
Richardson, John,
London, . Printed and sold by L. Hinde,. 1758.. vi, 242 p..

An account of the life of that celebrated actress,
London, . 1887.. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the life of the late Reverend Mister David Brainerd: Minister of the gospel, missionary to the Indians, from the honourable society in Scotland in Scotland, for the propagation of Christian knowledge, and pastor of a church of Christian Indians in New Jersey. ... Chiefly taken from his own diary, and other private writings, written for his own use; and now publ.
Brainerd, David ; Edwards, Jonathan
Buchausg. Boston 1749. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1978. XII, 316 S.. American culture series. 3. ; 48,5..

An account of the life of the late Reverend Mr. David Brainerd: minister of the gospel, missionary to the Indians, from the honourable Society in Scotland, for the propagation of Christian knowledge, and pastor of a church of Christian Indians in New-Jersey ; who died at Northampton in New-England, Octob. 9th 1747 in the 30th year of his age. Chiefly taken from his own diary, and other private writings, written for his own use; and now published by Jonathan Edwards
Edwards, Jonathan.
Boston, Mass.. Henchman,. 1749.. 330 S..

An account of the life of the late Reverend Mr David Brainerd: minister of the Gospel, ... who died at Northampton in New-England, October 9. 1747, in the 30th year of his age. Chiefly taken from his own diary, ... By Jonathan Edwards, ... To which is annexed, 1. Mr Brainerd's journal while among the Indians. II. Mr Pemberton's sermon at his ordination
Brainerd, David
Edinburgh. printed by John Gray and Gavin Alston. For William Gray. 1765. Online-Ressource.

An account of the life of the Reverend Mr. David Brainerd,: Minister of the Gospel; missionary to the Indians from the Honourable Society, in Scotland, for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge; and Pastor of a church of Christian Indians in New-Jersey. Who died at Northampton in New-England, Ooctober [sic] 9th, 1747, in the 30th year of his age.
Brainerd, David, ; Austin, Samuel, ; Edwards, Jonathan, ; Brainerd, David,
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts,. by Leonard Worcester.,. MDCCLXIII. [1793]. 346, 84, [2] p. ;.

An account of the life, personal appearance, character, and manners, of Charles S. Stratton, the American man in miniature, known as General Tom Thumb,: twelve years old, twenty-five inches high, and weighing only fifteen pounds. With some account of remarkable dwarfs, giants, and other human phenomena, of ancient and modern times. Also, General Tom Thumb's songs.
London, . T. Brettell,. 1845.. 24 p..

¬An¬ account of the life, writings, and inventions of John Napier: of Merchiston; by David Stewart, Earl of Buchan, and Walter Minto, L.L.D. Illustrated with copper-plates
Buchan, David Stewart Erskine ; Minto, Walter
Perth. printed by R. Morison, junr. for R. Morison and Son; and sold by J. Murray, London; and W. Creech, Edinburgh. 1778. 134;3,[1]p.,plates.

¬An¬ account of the life, writings, and inventions of John Napier of Merchiston
Buchan, David S. ¬of¬ ; Minto, Walter
Perth. 1787. 134 S..

¬An¬ account of the life, writings and inventions of John Napier of Merchiston
Erskine, David S. ; Minto, Walter
Perth. 1778.

An account of the life, writings, and inventions of John Napier, of Merchiston.
Stewart, David, ; Minto, Walter
Perth, . 1878. 129 s. ;.

¬An¬ account of the lives and behaviour of the three French prophets, lately come out of the Cevennes and Laguedoc: and of the proceedings of the consistory of the Savoi, in relation to them ; wherein also several of the affidavits in the cry from the desert are briefly consider'd
London. Morphew.

¬An¬ account of the lives and behaviour of the three French prophets lately come out of the Cevennes and Languedoc ...
London.

An Account of the lives and works of the most eminent Spanish painters, sculptors and architects ...
Palomino de Castro y Velasco, Antonio
London. Harding. 1739. VIII, 175 S..

An Account of the Lock Hospital: to which is added an account of the Lock Asylum.
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1839 . 2 v..

An account of the London Missionary Society
Rippon, John,
Philadelphia. Printed by Lang & Ustick,. 1796.. 16 p. ;.

An account of the loss of His Majesty's ship Deal Castle, commanded by Capt. James Hawkins, off the island of Porto Rico, during the hurricane in the West-Indies, in the year 1780.
London. Printed by J. Murray ...,. 1787.. [2], ii, 46, 2 p. ;.

An account of the Lowland Scots family of Lidderdale.
[Scotland?. s.n.,. 1950?]. iii, 59 leaves ;.

An account of the magnetic observations made at the Observatory of Harvard University, Cambridge
Lovering, Joseph
s.l..

An account of the malignant fever,: lalely [sic] prevalent in the city of New-York. Containing I. A narrative of its rise, progress and decline ... II. The manner in which the poor were relieved ... III. A list of the donations ... IV. A list of the names of the dead ... V. A comparative view of the fever of the year 1798 with that of the year 1795 ...
Hardie, James,
New York. Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, and sold by the author, by John Low [etc.],. 1799.. 139, [9] p. ;.

An account of the malignant fever, lalely [sic] prevalent in the city of New-York.: Containing I. A narrative of its rise, progress and decline, with the opinions of some medical gentlemen, with respect to its origin, &c. II. The manner in which the poor were relieved during this awful calamity. III. A list of the donations, which have been presented to the committee for the relief of the sick and indigent. IV. A list of the names of the dead, arranged in alphabetical order, with their professions or occupations, and as far as was practicable to obtain information, the names of the countries of which they were natives. V. A comparative view of the fever of the year 1798, with that of the year 1795.
Hardie, James,
New-York:. Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, at the Literary Printing Office, no. 29 Gold-Street, and sold by the author, no. 1 Rider-Street--by John Low, at the Shakespeare's Head, no. 332 Water-Street, the other booksellers, and the printers.,. 1799. iv, [1], 6-139, [9] p. ;.

An account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in the city of New-York ....
Hardie, James,
New-York. Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane at the Literary Printing Office ... and sold by the author ... by John Low ... the other booksellers and the printers,. 1799.. iv, [1], 6-139, [9] p. ;.

An account of the malignant fever which prevailed in the city of New-York: during the autumn of 1805
Hardie, James,
New York. Printed by Southwick and Hardcastle,. 1805.. vii, 196 p. ;.

An account of the malignant fever which prevailed in the city of New-York during the autumn of 1805
Hardie, James,
New-York. Printed by Southwick & Hardcastle,. 1805.. 196 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the manner, behaviour ... of Mary Aubry
London. Mallet. 1687. 2 S..

An account of the manner in which sentences of penal servitude are carried out in England
Du Cane, Edmund F.
London. Printed at Her Majesty's convict prison, Millbank,. 1882.. x, 174 p. ;.

An account of the manner in which the persons confined in the prisons of Paris were tried and put to death: on the 2d and 3d of September last. By an eye-witness
Jourgniac Saint-Méard, François de
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1792.

¬An¬ account of the manners and customs of modern Egyptians: written in Egypt during the years 1833 - 1835
Lane, Edward W.
Paisley u.a.. Gardner. 1895. XII, 595 S. : Ill., Notenbeisp..

¬An¬ account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians
Lane, Edward W.
London. 1836. 2 Vol..

¬An¬ account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians
Lane, Edward William
Paisley [u.a.]. Gardner. 1896. XII, S. 18 - 595.

¬An¬ account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians: written in Egypt during the years 1833 - 1835
Lane, Edward William
[Neuaufl.]. The Hague. East-West Publications. 1978. XX, 583 S. : zahlr. Ill..
ISBN 0-85692-009-6

An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians: the definitive 1860 ed.
Lane, Edward William ; Thompson, Jason [Vorredner]
Repr. from the 5. ed. of 1860. Cairo [u.a.]. The American Univ. in Cairo Press. 2003. XVIII, XXIII, 619 S..

An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians. By Edward William Lane. 5.-standard- ed
Lane, Edward William
Repr. [d. Ausg.] London 1860 with a new introd. by Jon Manchip White. New York. Dover. 1973. 33, 619 S..
ISBN 0-486-22935-1

An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians written in Egypt during the years 1833-1835
Lane, Edward William
London ; . East-West Publ.,. 1895, pr. 1978.

¬An¬ account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, written in Egypt during the years 1833, -34 and 35, partly from notes made during a former visit to that country in the years 1825, -26, -27 and -28
Lane, Edward W.
London. Murray.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE MODERN EGYPTIANS, WRITTEN IN EGYPT DURING THE YEARS 1833, -34, AND -35, PARTLY FROM NOTES MADE DURING A FORMER VISIT TO THAT COUNTRY IN THE YEARS 1825, -26, -27, AND -28. BY EDWARD WILLIAM LANE. 3. ED. VOL. 1-2. LONDON: KNIGHT 1842.
Lane, Edward William
1842.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE MODERN EGYPTIANS, WRITTEN IN EGYPT DURING THE YEARS 1833-34, AND -35, PARTLY FROM NOTES MADE DURING A FORMER VISIT TO THAT COUNTRY IN THE YEARS 1825,-26,-27 AND -28. BY EDWARD WILLIAM LANE. VOL. 1-2. LONDON: KNIGHT 1836.
Lane, Edward William
1836.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE MODERN EGYPTIANS, WRITTEN IN EGYPT DURING THE YEARS 1833, 34, AND 35, PARTLY FROM NOTES MADE DURING A FORMER VISIT TO THAT COUNTRY IN THE YEARS 1825, 26, 27, AND 28. BY EDWARD WILLIAM LANE. VOL. 1-2. LONDON: NATTALI AND BOND 1835.
Lane, Edward William
1835.

An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, written in Egypt during the years 1833, -34, and -35, partly from notes made during a former visit to that country in the years 1825-28
Lane, Edward William,
London. Knight,. 1846.. 3 v..

An Account of the Massachusetts State Prison: containing a description and plan of the edifice, the law, regulations, rules, and orders : with a view of the present state of the institution
[Boston?]. The Board,. 1806 . 47 p., [2] folded leaves of plates.

An account of the massacre at Lexington Green and the fight at Concord Bridge
Hudson, Frederic,
Ashland. Oregon Book Society,. 1976.. 63 p..

An account of the matter, form, and manner of a new and strange religion, taught and propagated by a number of Europeans, living in a place called Nisqueunia, in the state of New-York.
Rathbun, Valentine,
Providence (Rhode-Island). Printed and sold by Bennett Wheeler,,. 1781. 23, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the measurement of a base on Hounslow-Heath: By Major-General William Roy, ... Read at the Royal Society, from April 21 to June 16, 1785
Roy, William
London. printed by J. Nichols. 1785. 98p.,plates.

¬An¬ Account of the measurement of two sections of the meridional arc of India, bounded by the parallels of 183'15''; 247'11''; & 2930'48''
1847.

¬An¬ account of the method of obtaining a perfect or radical cure of the hydrocele: or watry rupture, by means of a seton. By Percival Pott
Pott, Percivall
London. printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins. 1771.

An Account of the Method of Smelting Lead Ore and Refining Lead, practiced in the Mining Districts of Northumberland, Cumberland, and Durham, in the Year, 1831: Read 1831
Pattinson, H. L.
(Newcastle). 1838. mit 2. schwarz. Taf.

¬An¬ account of the methods whereby the charity-schools have been erected and managed: and of the encouragement given to them, together with a proposal of enlarging their number and adding some work to the childrens learning, thereby to render their education more useful to the publick
Bray, Thomas
S.l.. Printed by J. Downing. [1705]. 16 p..

An account of the mineral waters of Spa
Eyre, Henry
Reprint der Ausgabe London 1733. Neustrelitz. Verl. Lenover. 2000. XI, 36 S..
ISBN 3-930164-61-2

An account of the mineral waters of Spa: commonly called the German Spaw : being a collection of observations from the most eminent authors who have wrote on that subject
Eyre, Henry.
London. Printed for J. Roberts ...,. 1733.. xi, [1], 36 p., [4] leaves of plates (3 folded).

¬An¬ account of the mineral waters of Spa commonly called the German spaw: being a collection of observations, from the most eminent authors who have wrote on that subject
Eyre, Henry
London. Roberts. 1733. XI, 36 S. : Ill..

An account of the ministers, lecturers, masters, and fellows of colleges and schoolmasters, who were ejected or silenced after the Restoration in 1660. by or before, the Act of uniformity.: design'd for the preserving to posterity, the memory of their names, characters, writings, and sufferings.
Calamy, Edmund,
London. Printed for J. Lawrence, in the Poultrey ;. MDCCXIII. [1713]. 2 v..

An account of the miracle wrought on the 31st of May,: the feast of Corpus Christi, in the year 1725,
London, . Printed by J. Roberts,. 1728.. p. cm..

An account of the mode of draining land: according to the system practised by Mr. Joseph Elkington
Johnstone, John ; Elkington, Joseph
2nd ed., corr. and enl. London. Printed by B. McMillan. 1801. Online-Ressource.

¬An¬ Account of the mode of foliar abscission in Citrus
Hodgson, Robert Willard
Berkeley. Univ. of Calif. Pr.. 1918. S. 417 - 428. University of California Publications in botany ; 6,15.

¬An¬ account of the monies, weights, and measures in general use in Persia, Arabia, East India, and China: in two parts ... the whole alphabetically arranged on a new and useful plan for business
London. [Printed by Stafford and Davenport for J.N. Maillard [and 4 others]. 1789.

An account of the morbid appearances exhibited on dissection in various disorders of the brain: with pathological observations, to which a comparison of the symptoms, with the morbid changes, has given rise
Mills, Thomas.
Dublin. J. Cumming,. 1826.. xvi, 239 p. ;.

¬An¬ Account of the most important public records of Great Britain and the publications of the record commissioners: together with other miscellaneous, historical, and antiquarian information ; compiled from various printed books and manuscripts
Cooper, Charles Purton
London. Baldwin & Cradock. 1832. 8-o.

<<An>> account of the most important public records of Great Britain, and the publications of the Record Commissioners: together with other miscellaneous, historical, and antiquarian information
Clark, NJ . Lawbook Exchange. 2003. p. cm.

An account of the most important public records of Great Britain, and the publications of the Record Commissioners: together with other miscellaneous, historical, and antiquarian information.: Compiled from various prited books and manuscripts.
Cooper, Charles Purton
London, . 1832..

¬An¬ account of the most remarkable occurrences relating to London-Derry
London. Baldwin. 1689.

¬An¬ account of the most remarkable places and curiosities in Spain and Portugal: By Udal ap Rhys
Ap Rhys, Udal
London. printed for J. Osborn; A. Millar; J. and J. Rivington; and J. Leake, at Bath. 1749.

An account of the mutinous seizure of the Bounty
Guildford. Genesis Publ.. 1987. 33, 47, 76 S. mit Fotos.
ISBN 0-904351-33-5

An account of the mutiny on HMS Bounty
Bligh, William
Gloucester. Sutton. 1981. 158 S..
0-904387-47-X

An account of the names, trades, and description of the several persons who have applied to be discharged: under the Acts of Parliament of the 53d and 54th years of His present Majesty's reign, "for the relief of insolvent debtors in England;" with the amount of the debts for which they were arrested ...
London. Printed for Gale and Fenner,. 1815.. 223 p. ;.

<<An>> account of the National Anthem entitled God Save the King!: with authorities taken from Sion College Library, the Ancient Records of the Merchant Tailors' Company, the old checque-book of his Majesty's Chapel, &c. &c. &c.
Clark, Richard
London . Wright. 1822. XXVIII, 208 S., Taf..

¬An¬ account of the native Africans in the neighbourhood of Sierra Leone: to which is added an account of the Present State of Medicine among them; in two volume
Winterbottom, Thomas
London. Cass. Cass Library of African studies ; ....

An account of the natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean: with an original grammar and vocabulary of their language ; in two volumes
Mariner, William ; Martin, John
London. Print. for the author.

An account of the natives of the Tonga islands, in the South Pacific Ocean: With an original grammar and vocabulary of their language
Mariner, William ; Martin, John
2. ed. with additions. London. Murray. 1818. 2 Vol..

An account of the natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean: with an original grammar and vocabulary of their language
Mariner, William ; Martin, John
Republ. Farnborough. Gregg. 1972.
ISBN 0-576-59423-7

An account of the natives of Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean: Compiled and arranged from the extensive communications of William Mariner, several years resident in those Islands
Mariner, William ; Martin, John
1. American ed.. Boston. Ewer. 1820. XXIX, 461 S..

¬An¬ account of the nature and effects of Gowland's lotion, and of the cures performed by it in scorbutic and other eruptions of the face and elsewhere; ... By Thomas Vincent, and his son-in-law Robert Dickinson
Bath. printed by R. Cruttwell. 1792. 31,[1]p.

An account of the nature and medicinal virtues of the principal mineral waters of Great Britain and Ireland,
Elliott, John, ; Priestley, Joseph,
London, . J. Johnson,. 1781.. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the nature and present state of the philanthropic society
London. 1842.

¬An¬Account of the nature and present state of the society of Friends of foreigners in distress, instituted in the year 1806
London. [s.n.]. 1828.

¬An¬ account of the nature and views of the Philanthropic Society: ... To which are annexed, the Laws and regulations of the Society, with an abstract of the income and expenditure of the last year
[London]. printed at the Philanthropic Reform, St George's Fields. 1799. [2],26,[8]p..

An account of the nature and views of the Philanthropic Society
S.l. . printed at the Philanthropic Reform, St George's Fields .

¬An¬ Account of the nature, causes, symptoms and cure, of the distempers that are incident to seafaring people: With observations of the diet of the sea-men in His Majesty's Navy. London 1696
Hahn, Winfried ; Cockburn, William
Düsseldorf. 1969. 65 S. mit Abb.

An account of the nature, causes, symptoms, and cure of the distempers that are incident to seafaring people: with observations on the diet of the sea-men in His Majesty's navy : illustrated with some remarkable instances of the sickness of the fleet during the last summer, historically related
Cockburn, W.
London. Printed by Hugh Newman,. 1696.. [9], 173, [1] p..

¬An¬ account of the nature, causes, symptoms, [and] cure of the distempers that are incident to seafaring people
Cockburn, William
London. 1696.

¬An¬ account of the nature, causes, symptoms ... distempers ... incident to seafaring people
Cockburn, William
London. Newman. 1696. 192 S..

¬An¬ account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses of the mineral waters in the different parts of England
London. 1760.

¬An¬ account of the nature, situation, natural strength, and antient, and modern fortifications
London. Bonny u.a.. 1690.

An account of the nature, situation, natural strength, and antient, and modern fortifications, of the several cities and garrison-towns in Ireland, that are still possessed by the forces of the late King James: their distances from Dublin, and each from the other, with the several approaches by which they may be attack't : also, a scenographical discription [sic] of the famous river Shannon, on which stands those two strong places, Limmerick and Athlone, the former of which is besieged by His Majesty in person, the latter by Lieutenant General Douglass
Irish officer.
London. Printed for W. Bonny and R. Hayhurst ...,. 1690.. 8 p..

An account of the naval battle, fought between the Russians and the Turks off the coast of Natolia, on the 5th, 6th, and 7th of July 1770. Extracted from authentic papers, to which are subjoined letters written in consequence of four pictures of the battle, being presented to Her Imperial Majesty, the Empress of all the Russias.
s.l.. [1773]. [4], 28 S..

An account of the naval battle, fought between the Russians and Turks off the coast of Natolia on the 5th, 6th, and 7th of july, 1770: extracted from authentic papers.
Paton, Richard.
London. Paton,. [1774?]. 28 S..

¬An¬ account of the navigable canal, proposed to be cut from the river Clyde to the river Carron, as surveyed by Robert Mackell and James Watt
Mackell, Robert ; Watt, James
London. printed in the year. 1767. 18p.,plate.

[An account of the new fireproof warehouse of the Dill & Collins company,
Philadelphia, . 1908]. p. cm..

An account of the new invented Pennsylvanian fire-places: wherein their construction and manner of operation is particularly explained; their advantages above every other method of warming rooms demonstrated; and all objections that have been raised against the use of them, answered and obviated. : With directions for putting them up, and for using them to the best advantage. : And a copper-plate, in which the several parts of the machine are exactly laid down, from a scale of equal parts
Franklin, Benjamin, ; Evans, Lewis, ; Turner, James,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by B. Franklin.,. 1744. [2], 37, [3] p., [1] folded leaf of plates.

¬An¬ account of the new northern archipelago: lately discovered by the Russians in the seas of Kamtschatka and Anadir
Staehlin, Jakob ¬von¬ ; Le Roy, Pierre Louis
London. Printed for C. Heydinger. 1774. 118 p..