¬An¬ account of the new northern archipelago, lately discovered by the Russians in the seas of Kamtschatka and Anadir. By Mr. J. von Stæhlin, ... Translated from the German original
Staehlin, Jakob ¬von¬
London. printed for C. Heydinger. 1774.

¬An¬ account of the new sherriffs, holding their office
London. Snowden. 1680.

An account of the number of inhabitants, in the colony of Connecticut, January 1, 1774: together with an account of the number of inhabitants, taken January 1, 1756. : Published by order of the General Assembly
Hartford:. Printed by Ebenezer Watson, near the Great Bridge.,. M,DCC,LXXIV. [1774]. [10] leaves ;.

¬An¬ Account of the number of vessels ... which have entered inwards at the several ports of Great Britain ... 1800 - 1801
S.l.. s.a..

An account of the numbers of men able to bear arms in the provinces and towns of France, taken by the King's orders in 1743: and also of the King of France's revenue and expenses in the years 1741, and 1742 (with a table, shewing the state of his revenue in the different years of 1712, 1734, and 1740) ... : to which is added, an account of the military forces of France for both land and sea service, as settled by the Council of State on May 1, 1743.
London. Printed for M. Cooper ...,. 1744.. 51 p. ;.

An account of the numbers of negroes delivered in to the islands of Barbadoes, Jamaica and Atego, from the year 1698 to 1708 since the trade was opened, taken from the accounts sent from the respective Goverours of those islands to the Lords Commissioners of Trade, whereby it appears the African trade is encreas'd to four times more since its being laid open, than it was under an exclusive company.
[London? . 1712?].

An account of the numbers that have died of the distemper in the throat, within the province of New-Hampshire, with some reflections thereon, July 26, 1716.
Fitch, Jabez,
Boston, . printed for Eleazer Russel in Postsmouth [N.H.]. 1736.. [2], 14 p..

An account of the numbers that have died of the distemper in the throat, within the province of New-Hampshire, with some reflections thereon. July 26. 1736
Fitch, Jabez,
Boston:. Printed for Eleazer Russel in Portsmouth.,. 1736. [2], 14 p. ;.

Sotheby's London. Catalogue of nineteenth century European paintings, drawings and sculpture: Wednesday, 16th June, 1982
Ferguson, Robert
London. [s.n.]. 1982. 48 p..

An account of the obligations the states of Holland have to Great-Britain, and the return they have made both in Europe and the Indies with reflections upon the peace
London. 1711.

An account of the observation of Venus upon the sun, the third day of June, 1769, at Providence, in New-England.: With some account of the use of those observations.
West, Benjamin, ; Hopkins, Stephen,
Providence:. Printed by John Carter, at Shakespear's Head.,. M,DCC,LXIX. [1769]. [6], 22 p..

¬An¬ account of the only known manuscript of Shakespeare's plays: Comprising some important variations and corrections in the Merry wibes of Windsor, obtained from a playhouse copy of that play recently discovered
Halliwell-Phillipps, James O.
London. J.R.Smith. 1843. 24 S..

An account of the operational and research activities of the United Nations system in the field of economic and social development.
[New York]. United Nations,. 1969. 2 vol. +.

¬An¬ account of the organization and progress of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, in Cambridge, Mass.
Cambridge. Welch, Bigelow. 1871. 58 S..

An account of the origin and early prosecution of the Indian War in Oregon
Drew, Charles S.
Repr. of the 1860 ed., Washington. Fairfield, Wash.. Ye Galleon Press. 1973. 48 S..
ISBN 0-87770-046-X

An account of the origin and effects of a police: set on foot by His Grace the Duke of Newcastle in the year 1753, upon a plan presented to His Grace by the late Henry Fielding, esq; To which is added a plan for preserving those deserted girls in this town, who become prostitutes from necessity.
Fielding, John,
London, . A. Millar,. 1758.. xiii, [15]-64 p..

¬An¬ account of the origin and present condition of the tribe of Ramoossies: including the life of the chief Oomiah Naik
Mackintosh, Alexander
Bombay. American Mission Press. 1833. IV, 253 S..

An account of the origin and progress of the Savannah Free School Society: instituted in the year 1816
New-York. Printed by Day & Turner,. 1819. 19 p.

An account of the origin of steam-boats in Spain, Great Britain, and America: and of their introduction and employment upon the River Thames between London and Gravesend, to the present time.
London. E. Wilson,. 1831.. 75 p. ;.

An account of the origin of the Mississippi doctrine of repudiation: with a review of the arguments which His Excellency Alexander G. McNutt, late Governor of Mississippi, advanced in its vindication
Austin, Ivers James, ; McNutt, Alexander G.
Boston. Bradbury, Soden,. 1842.. 28 p. ;.

An account of the origin, symptoms, and cure of the influenza or epidemic catarrh;: with some hints respecting common colds and incipient pulmonary consumption
Porter, Henry H
Philadelphia, . H. H. Porter,. 1832 [c1831]. 80 p.

An account of the Ottoman conquest of Egypt in the year A.H. 922 (A.D. 1516)
Ibn Iy¯as, ; Salmon, W. H.
London, . Royal Asiatic Society,. 1921.. xii, 117 p..

An account of the pantomime of Harlequin's chaplet: being a collection of favourite scenes from the following celebrated pantomimes: Harlequin sorcerer, Mother Shipton, Choice of Harlequin, Lord Mayor's day, Druids, Fryar Bacon, Harlequinree-mason, Norwood gipsies, Omai, Magic covern, Harlequin rambler : with the airs, duetts, chorusses, &c.
London. Printed for T. Cadell,. 1789.. 18 p..

¬An¬ account of the parish of Fairford, in the county of Gloucester; with a particular description of the stained glass in the windows of the church, and engravings of ancient monuments
Bigland, Ralph
London. printed by John Nichols, for Richard Bigland, Esq. And sold by G. and T. Wilkie, London; J. Washbourn, Gloucester; T. Steevens, Cirencester; S. Harward, Cheltenham; Wilton, Tewkesbury; Jenner, Stroud; J. Lloyd, Bristol; and at Bull's and Marshall's Libraries, Bath. 1791. 39,[1]p.,plates.

An account of the passages in the Assembly of the States of Holland and West-Friezeland: concerning the Earl of Portland's exclusion from, or admission into that assembly
London. Printed and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin ...,. MDCXC [1690]. 20 p.

An account of the Pelew Islands
Keate, George
A new ed.. Basil [i.e. Paris]. Tourneisen. 1789. XVI, 381 S..

An account of the Pelew Islands
Keate, George ; Nero, Karen L. ; Thomas, Nicholas
London [u.a.]. Leicester University Press. 2002. IX, 406 S.. The literature of travel, exploration, and empire.
ISBN 0-7185-0155-1

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. Composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his officers, who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked, in the Antelope ...
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry,
London. Printed for Captain Wilson, and sold by G. Nicol,. 1788.. xxvii, [1], 378 p..

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the great South Sea. : Composed from the journals of Capt. Henry Wilson, and his officers; who, in August, 1783, were there ship-wrecked in the Antelope packet. : [Two lines from Keate]
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry.
New-York:. Printed by Tiebout & O'Brien, for Evert Duyckinck, and Co. booksellers and stationers, no. 110, Pearl-Street.,. 1796. 131, [2], iv-viii, [6] p. ;.

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the great South Sea. : Composed from the journals of Capt. Henry Wilson, and his officers; who, in August, 1783, were there shipwrecked in the Antelope packet. : [One line from Keate]
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry.
Wilmington [Del.]:. Printed for the Rev. M.L. Weems, by Samuel and John Adams, corner of King and High-Streets.,. 1794. iv, 96 p. ;.

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the great South Sea. : Composed from the journals of Captain Henry Wilson, and his officers; who, in August, 1783, were there ship-wrecked in the Antelope packet. : [Two lines from Keate]
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry.
Printed at Rutland, (Vermont,). by Josiah Fay, for S. Williams & Co.,. MDCCXCVII. [1797]. 96 p. ;.

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. : Composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his officers, who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked, in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the Hon. East India Company.
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry.
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street.,. 1792. xx, 256 p. ;.

An account of the Pelew Islands,: situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. : Composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his officers, who, in August, 1783, were there shipwrecked, in the Antelope, a packet belonging to the Hon. East India Company.
Keate, George, ; Wilson, Henry.
Boston:. Printed by Manning & Loring, for S. Hall, W. Spotswood, J. White, Thomas & Andrews, D. West, E. Larkin, W.P. Blake, and J. West.,. 1796. x, [9], 20-264 p. ;.

An account of the Pelew Islands: situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. Composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson, and some of his officers, who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked in the Antelope, ... By George Keate
Keate, George
Dublin. Luke White. 1793. Online-Ressource.

An account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the Western part of the Pacific Ocean: [Mit Supplementen]
Keate, George ; Wilson, Henry
London. 1803.

An account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean: composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson and some of his officers
Wilson, Henry. ; Keate, George
London, . 1789..

An account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean: composed from the journals and communications of Captain Henry Wilson and some of his officers who, in August 1783, were there shipwrecked in the Antelope
Keate, George ; Wilson, Henry
Boston. Printed by Manning & Loring for S. Hall. 1796. 264 p..

¬An¬ account of the people called Shakers: [their faith, doctrines, and practice ...]
Brown, Thomas
Repr. of the 1812 ed., 2. print.. New York. AMS Pr.. 1972. XII, 372 S.. Commercial societies in America.

An account of the performances at the dedication of Mason-Hall, Hudson, on the festival of St. John the Evangelist, Anno Lucis, 5796, corresponding to December 27, 1796,: with a brief record of the origin of the lodges in the county of Columbia, with their past and present officers. : To which will be affixed, the lives of St. John the Baptist, and St. John the Evangelist, extracted from the ancient writings, with notes and observations
Ernst, John Frederick, ; Gardiner, W. C.
Hudson [N.Y.]:. Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, for the authors,,. 1797. 49, [2], 62-89, [1] p. ;.

An account of the persecutions and oppression of the Protestants in France.
Claude, Jean,
[London. s.n.],. Printed in the year 1686.. 48 p. ;.

An account of the persecutions and oppressions of the Protestants in France
Claude, Jean, ; Claude, Jean,
London. Printed for J. Norris,. 1686. [2], 56 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the petrological, botanical, and zoological collections made in Kerguelen's Land and Rodriguez during the Transit of Venus Expeditions, carried out by order of Her Majesty's Government in the years 1874-75
London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1879. IX, 579 S., LV Taf. : Ill.. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ; 168 = Extra vol..

An account of the pirates, with divers of their speeches, letters, &c. and a poem made by one of them: who were executed at Newport, on Rhode-Island, July 19th, 1723.
[n.p.] . 1769.. [16] p..

An Account of the plague which raged at Moscow, 1771
Mertens, Carl von ; Alexander, John T.
[Reprint d. Ausg.] London, 1799 / With a long introd., and annotated bibliography by John Alexander. Newtonville, Mass.. Oriental Research Partners. 1977. Getr. Pag.
ISBN 0-89250-007-7

An account of the Polynesian race;: its origins and migrations, and the ancient history of the Hawaiian people to the times of Kamehameha I.
Fornander, Abraham, ; Stokes, John F. G.
London, . Trubner & co.,. 1878-85.. 3 v..

An account of the poor-colonies,
A member of the Highland society of Scotland. [from old catalog]
Edinburgh, . B. Brown; [etc., etc.]. 1828.. p. cm..

An account of the present deplorable state of the ecclesiastical courts of record: with proposals for their complete reformation
Bruce, William Downing.
London. H. Adams,. 1854.. 49 p. ;.

An account of the present state of Egypt.: Containing; its situtation, extent and divisions; rivers, bays, harbours and capes; climate, diseases, air, soil and productions; chief towns, population, manners, customs, and a description of the various inhabitants ...
Remmey, John. ; Tanner, Benjamin,
New-York:. Printed for John Reid, no. 106, Water Street, by M.L. & W.A. Davis.,. 1799.. [5], 10-107, [1] p., [2] folded leaves of plates.

An account of the present state of Nova-Scotia: in two letters to a noble lord: one from a gentleman in the navy lately arrived from thence. The other from a gentleman who long resided there.
B., J. [from old catalog] ; J. B. [from old catalog] ; M., W. [from old catalog] ; W. M. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed, 1756.. 31 p..

¬An¬ account of the pretended Prince of Wales, and other grievances
London. 1688.

A method for estimating the parameters of a stable difference equations driven by sinusoids and observed in the presence of nonwhite noise.: to which is added a shortland A.
Lexington, Mass., . M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory,. 1966.. iii, 35 p..

An Account of the pretended Prince of Wales and other grievanses [sic] that occasioned the nobilities inviting and the Prince of Orange's coming into England: to which is added a short account of the murther of the Earl of Essex ...
[London?. s.n.],. printed in the year 1688.. [2], 37, [1] p. ;.

An account of the prices of articles as stated by the civil authorities and select-men, of the town of Norwich, March, 1778
[Norwich, Conn.]. Printed at Green & Spooner's printing-office, near the store of Christopher Leffingwell, Esq.,. [1778]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia: with various political observations relating to them
Wilkinson, William
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1820. XI, 294 S..

An account of the principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia
Wilkinson, William
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] London 1820. New York. Arno Press [u.a.]. 1971. XI, 294 S.. The Eastern Europe collection.
0-405-02779-6

¬An¬ Account Of The Principal Lazarettos In Europe: With Various Papers Relative To The Plague: Together With Further Observations On Some Foreign Prisons And Hospitals ; And Additional Remarks On The Present State Of Those In Great Britain And Ireland
Howard, John
Second Edition, With Additions. London. Johnson, Dilly and Cadell. 1791. VI, 259, 32 S. : Ill., Kt.. Howard, John: [¬The¬ works] ; 2.

¬An¬ Account of the Principal Pleasure Tours in Scotland: with maps, views and hand sketches
9. edition. Edinburgh. Thomson u.a.. 1834. XI, 383 S., 2 Taf., 1 Kte..

An account of the principle marble, slate, sandstone and greenstone quarries in Scotland
Carmichael
[Edinburgh] . [Blackwood] .

An account of the priory of S. Martin, Dover
Perry, John Tavenor,
Oxford ; . J. Parker,. 1871.. 24 p..

An Account of the proceedings against Francis Charleton, Esq., at the Kings-Bench-Bar, Westminster, on Tuesday the 7th of May, 1689, upon an information of high-treason, of which he was acquitted, &c.
London. Printed by D.M. ...,. 1689.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the proceedings against the rebels and other prisoners, tried before the lord chief justice Jefferies ... in the west of England, to which is prefixed, the duke of Monmouth's, the earl of Argyle's, and the pretender's declaration.
Lond. . 1716.

An account of the proceedings against the rebels at an assize holden at Exeter, on the 14th of this instant September, 1685, where to the number of 26 persons were tryed for high-treason, and found guilty: as also an account of the severapersons names that were appointed to be executed, and the places they are to be executed at.
J. S.
[London. Printed by E. Mallet ...,. 1685]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An Account of the proceedings against the rioters at Guild-Hall on Midsummer-Day, 1682: with the judgment past upon them at the Court of Kings-Bench, Westminster, on Tuesday, the 26th of June, 1683.
London. Printed by George Croom ...,. 1683.. 1 sheet (2 p.).

An Account of the proceedings against Thomas Saxon, who was try'd at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster, and found guilty on Monday the eighth of February, 1685, of wilfull perjury, for falsely swearing high treason against Henry, Lord Delameer, Baron of Meer in Cheshire
London. Printed for S. Norris,. 1686.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬An¬ account of the proceedings and arguments of the counsel
London. Davies. 1681.

An Account of the proceedings and arguments of the counsel on both sides concerning the plea of Mr. Fitz-Harris to his indictment of high treason, at the Kings-Bench-Bar, in Westminster-Hall, on Saturday May the 7th, 1681
London. Printed for T. Davies,. 1681.. 1 sheet ([2]) p..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings at Guild-hall on the 19th instant, 1682
London. Heathcoate. 1682.

An Account of the proceedings at New-York. 1689.: A declaration of the inhabitants and souldiers, belonging under the several companies of the train'd-bands of New-York
Boston,. Printed by Samuel Green.,. 1689. [2] p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings at the India-House, with respect to the regulations proposed to be made bye-laws, by a committee of proprietors, elected by ballot, for the purpose, and agreed to by a general court: particularly those relative to the shipping of the company ... also, the profits that would accrue to the ship-owners, by having their ships contracted for, at the full builder's measure, and at moderate prices, for freight
Fitzgerald, Keane
London. Printed for T. Payne. 1774. 44 p..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings at the Kings-Bench Bar ... against the seven bishops
London. Crooms. 1688.

An account of the proceedings at the laying of the foundation stone of the new building for the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne by His Royal Highness Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex: together with an account of the dinner given the same day to His Royal Highness ...
Newcastle. Printed by S. Hodgson for Emerson Charnley,. 1822.. 22 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings at the Sessions for the City of Westminster, against Thomas Whitfield
[London]. [1680].

¬An¬ account of the proceedings at the Sessions-house in the Old Baily
London. Evans. 1682.

An Account of the proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old Bayly on February the 28th, 1682, against Christopher Urats, George Boriskie, John Stern, the principle murtherers of Tho. Thin, Esq., who was shot in his coach in the Pall Mall on Feb. 12: with what relates to Count Charles John Koningsmark, lately apprehended in disguise at Graves-end, and against whom a Bill of Indictment was found as the first contriver of the bloody tragedy.
London. Printed for Roger Evans,. 1682.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An Account of the proceedings at the Sessions of Oyer and Terminer ... the 10 of October, 1683, and ended the 13th of the same instant: where divers persons were tryed for high treason, murder, felony, burglary, and other misdemeanors : wh the names of the persons condemned, burnt in the hand, to be whipt and transported.
London. Printed for Langley Curtis ...,. 1683.. [4] p..

An Account of the proceedings at Westminster-Hall, on the 29th and 30th of June, 1688: relating to the tryal and discharge of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of S. Asaph, Bishop of Chichester, Bishop of Ely, Bishop of Bath and Wes, Bishop of Peterborough, and the Bishop of Bristol.
[London. s.n.],. 1688.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An account of the proceedings at West Minster-Hall on the 29th and 30th of June, 1688: relating to the tryal and discharge of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of S. Asaph, Bishop of Chichester, Bishop of Ely, Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bishop of Peterborough, and the Bishop of Bristol.
Edinburgh. [s.n.],. 1689.. 8 p..

An Account of the proceedings at White-Hall, Guild-Hall, in the city of London, and at the Tower: together with its surrender upon the surprising news of the King's secret departure, &c., on the 11th of December, 1688.
[London?. s.n.], 1688.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the proceedings for establishing sea- water and other baths,
London, . G. Woodfall, printer. [1812]. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings in the university of Cambridge, against William Frend, for publishing a pamphlet, intitled "Peace and Union, etc.": containing the proceedings in Jesus college the trial in the vice-chanceller's court, and in the court of Delegates
Cambridge. Lunn. 1793. LIII, 262 S..

An account of the proceedings of the celebration of St Patrick's day, 1837,
Doran, Joseph Michael,
Philadelphia, . M. Fithian. [1837]. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the corporation of Bristol
Cary, John
London. Collins. 1700. 23 S..

An account of the proceedings of the Corporation of Bristol in execution of the act of Parliament for the better employing and maintaining the poor of that city
Cary, John,
London. Printed by F. Collins ...,. 1700.. [2], 21 p..

An account of the proceedings of the estates in Scotland, 1689-1690.
Balfour-Melville, E. W. M.
Edinburgh, . Printed by T. and A. Constable,. 1954-. p. cm..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the governors of the House of Industry in Dublin
Dublin. 1801.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the governors of the Middlesex-Hospital for the reception of sick and lame patients, and lying-in married women: Marybone-fields, from its first institution, in Aug. 1745 to the 31 of Dec.1780
London. Dixwell. 1781. 22 S..

An account of the proceedings of the House of Peers, upon the Observations of the Commissioners for Taking, Examining and Stating the Publick Accounts of the Kingdom:: with their address to Her Majesty; and Her Majesties most gracious answer thereunto: together with the papers referred to in these proceedings.
London,. Printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, ...,. 1702.. 86 p. (1 folded), [1] leaf of plates ;.

An account of the proceedings of the Ilinois and Ouabache Land Companies,: in pursuance of their purchases made of the independent natives, July 5th, 1773, and 18th October, 1775
Smith, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Young, no. 52. Second-Street, the corner of Chesnut-Street.,. 1796. [16], 55, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the Lords ... in parliament assembled, in relation to the bill: intituled an act for preventing occasional conformity
London. 1702.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the new Parliament of Women
[London]. Coniers. [1683].

An account of the proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland, which met at Edinburgh, May 6, 1703, containing the state of the country, at the time of their meeting, their proceedings about the toleration.: The state of conformity now, compar'd with that, in the reigns of Charles II, and James VII, fe-fiction-Erzählungen
Berlin . Verlag Das Neue Berlin. 1982. 268 S..

An account of the proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland, which met at Edinburgh, May 6, 1703, containing the state of the country, at the time of their meeting, their proceedings about the toleration.: The state of conformity now, compar'd with that, in the reigns of Charles II, and James VII, from the acts of Parliament on that head. The ecclesiastical proceedings in that matter since the Revolution, with an account of our general assemblies. The proceedings about the Act of Security and Limitations, with the remarkable speeches and papers on that subject and others; and the Act as it pass'd the House. A short comparison betwixt the limitations now propos'd and our old Constitution. All the public acts past in that session, and the list of the members of Parliament prefix'd.
[n.p., . 1704]. 368 p..

An account of the proceedings of the Presbytery, whereof the Rev. Mr. John Moorhead, &c. are members, against the Rev. Mr. Robert Abercrombie, Minister of the Gospel at Pelham.--: With some remarks on their extraordinary conduct, in relation to him. In a letter to a friend. : [One line from Jeremiah]
Abercrombie, Robert,
Boston, New-England:. Printed by B. Edes and J. Gill, in King-Street.,. 1754 [i.e., 1755]. 42 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings of the right reverend Jonathan ... Exeter
Harrington, James
London. Bennet. 1690. 60 S..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings on a charge of high treason against John Martin: author of the following works: 1. An inquiry into the state of the legal and judicial polity of Scotland. ... 2. A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale. ..
Martin, John
London. printed for Smith; and Burks. 1795. [2],iv,49,[1]p..

Autobiography;: consisting of Reveries over childhood and youth, The trembling of the veil, and Dramatis personae.
Yeats, W. B.
New York, . Macmillan. 1944.. 344p..

An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony: on the charge of illegal voting, at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the inspectors of election by whom her vote was received.
Anthony, Susan B. ; Gage, Matilda Joslyn, ; Jones, Beverly W. ; Marsh, Edwin T. ; Hall, William B. ; Hooker, John.
Rochester, N.Y.. Daily Democrat and Chronicle Book Print,. 1874.. vii, 212 p. ;.

An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the charge of illegal voting,: at the presidential election in Nov., 1872.
Anthony, Susan B.
New York, . Arno Press,. 1974.. vii, 212 p..

¬An¬ account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony on the charge of illegal voting at the presidential election in Nov., 1872
Anthony, Susan Brownell
Repr. of the 1874 ed.. New York, NY. Arno Press. 1974. VII, 212 S.. Women in America: from colonial times to the 20th century.
ISBN 0-405-06072-6

An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony, on the charge of illegal voting, at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh, and William B. Hall, the inspectors of election by whom her vote was received
Anthony, Susan B.
2nd printing, [Nachdr. der Ausg.] Rochester, NY : Daily Democrat and Chronicle Book Print, 1874. Union, NJ. Lawbook Exchange. 2002. vii, 212 S..
ISBN 1-584-77187-9

An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony on the charge of illegal voting at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the inspectors of elections by whom her vote was received.
Anthony, Susan B. ; Catt, Carrie Chapman,
Rochester, N.Y.. Daily Democrat and Chronicle Book Print,. 1874.. vii, 212 p. ;.

An account of the proceedings preliminary to the organization of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: with a list of the members thus far associated and an appendix containing petitions and resolutions in aid of the objects of the Committee of Associated Institutions of Science and Art
Boston. Printed by John Wilson and Son,. 1861. 23 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the proceedings to judgment against the charter
London. Curtis. 1683.

An Account of the proceedings to judgment against the Charter of the City of London, as it was given in Court of Kings Bench, the 12th of this instant June, Anno Dom. 1683
London. Printed for Langley Curtis ...,. 1683.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬An¬ account of the proceedings to judgment against Thomas Saxton
London. Mallet. 1685.

An account of the proceedings which took place at a meeting of the Conference of the Methodist preachers: held at the City-Road Chapel, on the evenings of the 6th and 7th of August 1822 : and of the charged delivered by the Rev. George Marsden on the admission of forty-six young men into full connection ... : including an account of their public examination, and an address by the Rev. Dr. Clarke.
Clarke, Adam, ; Marsden, George ; E. C.
London. Printed for the author, by J. Rogers,. 1822.. 28 p. ;.

An Account of the proceeding to judgment against Thomas Saxton, who received sentence at the King's Bench-Bar on Friday the 12th of February, 1685, upon a conviction of willful perjury in for-swearing himself against Henry Lord Delameer, Barron of Meer, in the County of Cheshire, &c.
London. Printed by E. Mallet ...,. 1685.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬An¬ account of the produce of the glass-duty
[London?]. [1696].

<<An>> account of the production, liberation, and dispersion of the spores of Hymenomycetes treated botanically and physically, also some observations upon the discharge and dispersion of the spores of Ascomycetes and of Pilobolus
New York . Hafner. 1958. 287 S..

¬An¬ Account of the Progress of the Reformation of Manners, In England, Scotland, and Ireland and other Parts of Europe and America: With Reasons and Directions for our Engaging in this Glorious Work. In a letter to a Friend. To which is added Her Majesty's Proclamation for the Encouragement of Piety and Virtue ...
14. Edition with Additions. London. Downing. 1706. 1 Portr., 4 Bl., 86 S., 14 Bl..

An account of the progress of the reformation of manners, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America: With some reasons and plain directions for our hearty and vigorous prosecution of this glorious work. In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special obligations of magistrates, to be diligent in the execution of the penal laws against prophaneness and debauchery, for the effecting of a national reformation.
Woodward, Josiah, ; Defoe, Daniel, ; Downing, Joseph,
London. Printed and sold by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-close, near West Smithfield,. 1705.. [8], 72 p., [1] leaf of plates.

An account of the progress of the reformation of manners, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and other parts of Europe and America.: With some reasons and plain direction for our hearty and vigorous prosecution of this glorious work. In a letter to a friend. To which is added, the special obligations of magistrates, to be diligent in the execution of the penal-laws against prophaneness and debauchery, for the effecting of a national reformation.
Woodward, Josiah, ; Defoe, Daniel, ; Downing, Joseph,
London, . Printed and sold by J. Downing,. 1704.. 4 p. l., [7]-63 p..

An account of the proposals in the Archbishop of Canterbury: with some other bishops to His Majesty in a letter to M.B. Esq.
N. N. ; N. N. ; M. B.,
[London. s.n.,. 1688]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An account of the province of Carolina in America: together with an abstract of the patent, and several other necessary and useful particulars, to such as have thoughts of transporting themselves thither : published for their information.
Wilson, Samuel,
London. Printed by G. Larkin for Francis Smith ...,. 1682.. 26 [i.e. 27] p..

¬An¬ account of the psychological warfare campaign against Germany, conducted in the European theater of operations from D-Day to VE-Day by PWD, SHAEF (Psychological Warfare Division, Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force): 6 June 1944 - 8 May 1945
Lerner, Daniel
Authorized facs.. Ann Arbor, Mich.. UMI Dissertation Information Service. 1987. XIV, 312 Bl..

An Account of the publick transactions in Christendom
London. Printed for R. Baldwin,. 1694.. 1 v..

An account of the putrid Murrinitish plague, lately broke out in the city of Philadelphia; with the causes and symptoms.: Also, the manner of treating the infected, with an infallible cure.
Stancliff, John,
[Philadelphia]. Sold by William Woodhouse, in Front-Street, next door to the coffee-house, Philadelphia.,. [1787]. 8 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the putrid sore throat
Fothergill, John
6 th. edition. London. 1777.

An Account of the quantity of wheat, barley, malt, and oats, imported from the year 1780 to 1786 inclusive: distinguishing the quantity of each kind of grain, and the duty paid theron in each of the said years, and into what port or place the same was imported, save and except the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge.
[London. Customs House],. 1788.. 2 sheets ;.

An account of the reasons which induced Charles II. King of England to declare war against the States-General of the United Povinces [sic] in 1672: and of the private league which he entred into at the same time with the French king to carry it on : and to establish popery in England, Scotland, & Ireland : as they are set down in the History of the Dutch war, printed in French at Paris in 1682, which book he caused to be immediately suppressed at the insistance of the English ambassador
Primi Fassola di San Maiolo, Giovan Battista Feliciano, ; Primi Fassola di San Maiolo, Giovan Battista Feliciano,
London. Printed for Richard Baldwin,. 1689. [4], 15 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the reasons which induced Charles II. ... to declare war
Maijole, J. B.
London. Baldwin. 1689.

An account of the reasons why a considerable number (about fifty, whereof ten are members in full communion) belonging to the New North congregation in Boston, could not consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's ordination there: who has left his flk at Weymouth, and accepted of a call in Boston, without the approbation, and contrary to the advice of the ministers in this town ...
Seares, Alexander, ; Mather, Increase,
[Boston]. [by S. Kneeland?],. 1720.. 56, [1] p. ;.

An Account of the reasons why a considerable number, (about fifty, whereof ten are members in full communion) belonging to the New North Congregation in Boston could not consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's ordination there.: Who has left his flock at Weymouth, and accepted of a call in Boston, without the approbation, and contrary to the advice of the ministers of this town. : With a declaration of the dissatisfied brethren of the church, &c. : [Four lines from Synod. in Gallia Reformata]
Townsend, Solomon. ; Seares, Alexander,
[Boston. s.n.],. Printed in the year 1720. [6], 56, [2] p. ;.

An account of the reasons why many citizens of Exon have withdrawn from the ministry of Mr. Joseph Hallet and Mr. James Peirce.: Being an answer to Mr. Peirce's state of The case.
Eveleigh, Josiah,
London. J. Clark,. 1719.. 30 p..

¬An¬ account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States for the Year 1795 ...
Philadelphia. 1796.

An account of the reception given by the citizens of New York to the survivors of the officers and crews of the United States frigates Cumberland and Congress,
New-York, . J. A. Gray & Green, printers. [1862]. p. cm..

An account of the Red River in Louisiana drawn up from the returns of Messrs. Freeman and Custis in the War Office of the United States, who explored the same in the year 1806
Freeman, Thomas ; Custis, Peter
Fairfield, Wash.. YE Galleon Pr.. 1984. 74 S..
ISBN 0-87770-328-0

An account of the regular gradation in man
White, Charles ; Sömmerring, Samuel Thomas von ; Bernasconi, Robert
Bristol. Thoemmes. 2001. Getr. Zählung.