Anansi meets Spiderwoman: curriculum resources for tackling ; common-sense rracism in pupil cultures
Cohen, Philip ; Haddock, Lynda
1. publ.. London. British Film Inst.. 1994. VII, 115,  S. : Ill..
Anansi the Spider: a tale from the Ashanti
New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston,. 1972..  p..
Anansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
New York. Henry Holt and Company,. 1986.. 1 v. (unpaged).
Aònansi the spider: a tale from the Ashanti
[New York]. Puffin Books,. 1977, c1972..  p..
An ansvver and true discourse to a certain letter lately sent by the Duke of Alba (in maner of a pardon) to those of Amsterdam: to be by them conueyed and distributed vnto the other townes in Hollande. Set forth by certayn true louers of their natiue country, namely desirous to liue vnder the due obeysance of the King of Spayne, according to the old customes and priuileges of their said countrie: faithefully translated out of the Dutch into English, by T.W
Alba, Fernando Alvarez de Toledo ; T. W
Imprinted at London. By Henry Middleton. 1573.
¬An¬ ansvvere to Maister Iuelles chalenge, by Doctor Harding
Imprinted in Louaine. By Iohn Bogard at the Golden Bible, with priuilege. Anno. 1564.
¬An¬ ansvvere to Maister Iuelles chalenge, by Doctor Harding. augmented vvith certaine quotations and additions
Harding, Thomas ; Martiall, John
Imprinted in Antwerpe. At the golden Angel by William Sylvius the Kinges Maiesties printer. M.D.LXV.  VVith priuilege. 236,  leaves.
An ansvvere to the question: vvhether the Emperour that now is, can bee iudge in the Bohemian controuersie or no?: Together with the extract taken out of the acts of the Dyet at Auspurghe, in the yeare 1584: concerning the kingdome of Bohemia
S.l.. [Printed by W. Jones? or W. Stansby?]. 1620.
An ansvver to another letter from Legorn, to an eminent merchant in Lond. Octob. 29. 1680
[London?]. Printed, and are to be sold by Richard Janeway ...,. 1680.. 4 p..
An ansvver to John Gilpin's book, published in his name, and subscribed by the priest of Kendal: and an answer to an other false slaunder, as concerning buggery, which he and they slander the Quakers with, which was denyed before any such thing was acted : also, another slander which is cast upon them who are scornfully called Quakers ...
London. Printed for Giles Calvert ...,. 1655.. , 12 p..
An ansvver to the articles against Master Calamy, Master Martiall, Master Burton, Master Peters, Master Moleigne, Master Case, M. Sedgwicke, M. Evans, &c. and many other painfull divines: who were impeached of high treason by His Majesty first answering particularly the articles themselves, then shewing the mis-information of His Majestie by the bishops, concerning the same : expressing the great care and vigilancy of those theologians which they have and doe daily undertake with great zeale for the rooting out of popery the confounding of Rome and for the erecting the pious truth and sincerity of the holy gospel of Christ.
London. Printed for William Bond ...,. 1642.. , 5 p..
An ansvver to the most envious, scandalous, and libellous pamphlet entituled Mercuries message, or, The copy of a letter sent to William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury now prisoner in the tower
London. [s.n.],. 1641.. , 6 p..
An ansvver to the sope-makers complaint: wherein is clearly demonstrated their scandalous aspersions, and the falacies of their atguments [sic] proved before the honourable committee for regulating the excise, Octob. 23. 1650. As also the proceedings of the proposers and their severall proposals: wherein is found nothing prejudiciall to the Common-wealth; no excise further being further added, no man restrained, no man oppressed, but that every man may make what he can, so he pay his due. In which, such care shall be taken, as may tend to the benefit of the Common-wealth, and the reputation and profit of the trade of the sope-maker of London. By him that is a lover of honesty, and a well-willer to that trade
London. printed for George Thomson in Chancery Lane,. 1650. 14 p.
An answer by letter to a worthy gentleman who desired of a divine some reasons by which it might appeare how inconsistent Presbyteriall government is with monarchy: in which the platforme of that government is briefly delineated, with the tenents and suitable practices thereof : and withall it is demonstrated that it is inconsistent with any government whatsoever, is full of faction, sedition and treason, an enemy to all peace, domesticall, neighbourly, brotherly, &c. against soveraigne authority of all iudges, and iudicatories, entrenching upon all so farre, as there can be no liberty of person, trade, commerce or propriety, but at their pleasure who bear sway therein
[Oxford. Printed by L. Lichfield]. 1644. , 78 p.
An answer can be found
New York, N.Y.. Island,. p2005.. 1 sound disc.
AN ANSWERE (ANSWER) TO A LETTER / (CHRISTOPHER SAINT GERMAN)
SAINT GERMAN, CHRISTOPH
REPR. D. AUSG. LONDON 1535. AMSTERDAM (U. A.). DA CAPO PRESS (U. A.). 1973. GETR. ZAEHLUNG. THE ENGLISH EXPERIENCE ; 566.
¬An¬ answere to a papysticall exhortacyon: pretendynge to auoyde false doctryne
S.l.. [ca. 1548].
An answere to a popish ryme, lately scattered abroad in the west parts, and much relyed vpon by some simply-seduced. By Samuel Hieron, minister of the word of God, at Modbury in Deuon
Hieron, Samuel ; Marlorat, Augustin
London. Printed by Simon Stafford, dwelling in Hosier lane, neere Smithfield. 1604. Online-Ressource.
¬An¬ answere to a romish rime lately printed, and entituled, a proper new ballad: wherein are contayned catholike questions to the protestant
[Anr. ed.]. London. Stafford. 1602. 39 S..
¬An¬ answere to a romish rime lately printed, and entituled, a proper newe ballad: wherein are contayned catholike questions to the protestant
London. Stafford. 1602. 39 S..
¬An¬ answere to one question
Nachdr. d. Ausg. Doway 1628. Menston, Yorkshire. Scolar Press. 1972. 23 S.. English recusant literature ; 86,1..
¬An¬ answere to ten frivolous reasons set down by the Rhemish jesuits
London. Bishop. 1588.
An answere to the fifth part of Reportes lately set forth by Syr Edward Cooke, Knight,: the Kingés Attorney Generall. Concerning the ancient & moderne municipall lawes of England, wich do apperteyne to spirituall power & jurisdiction. By occasion whereof, & of the principall question set downe in the sequent page, there is laid forth an evident, plaine & perspicuous demonstration of the continuance of Catholicke religion in England, from our first kinges christened, unto these dayes. By a Catholicke devyne ... Matth. 22. v. 31.
Parsons, Robert, ; Coke, Edward,
[St. Omer] . Imprinted with licence,. Anno Domini 1606.. 36 p. 1., 386 (i. e. 385),  p..
An Answere to the Hollanders declaration.
Amsterdam, . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum;. 1971.. 14 p..
¬An¬ answere unto a wicked libel made by Christ. Vitel one of the chiefe Eng. elders of the pretended Family of Love
London. Daye. 1579.
An answer from the electors of Bristol, to the letter of Edmund Burke, esq., on teh [!] affairs of America.
London, . Printed for T. Cadell,. 1777.. 2 p. l., 85, 5 p..
An answer from the heart
Richmond, Surrey. Mills & Boon,. 1990.. 187 p. ;.
¬An¬ answer in defence of the truth against the apology of private mass: published in 1562
Cooper, Thomas ; Goode, William ¬[Hrsg.]¬
1. reprint., [Nachdr. der Ausg.] Cambridge, 1850. New York [u.a.]. Johnson Reprint. 1968. XV, 223 S.. ¬The¬ Parker Society Publications.
¬An¬ answer in defence of the truth against the apology of private mass. By T. Cooper ... to which is prefixed the work answered, entitled an apology of private mass, an anonymous popish treatise against bishop Jewel. Edited for the Parker Society by William Goode
Cooper, Thomas ; Goode, William ¬[Hrsg.]¬
Cambridge. University Press. 1850. XV, 223 S..
¬An¬ answer in just vindication of some religious and worthy gentlemen of Pembrokeshire
London. 1646. 23 S..
An answer, in the form of a familiar letter, to two important questions,: viz. Whether blindness of mind is the primary cause of all the wickedness that there is in the hearts, and lives of men. And, Whether the work of regeneration is wrought in the souls of men, by the supernatural influences of the Holy Spirit, operating with the Gospel; whereby they are inlightened, and enabled to know, and love the truth as it is in Jesus. : In which, some new doctrines which have been lately published, are particularly considered and refuted.
New-Haven,. Printed by T. and S. Green.,. . 64 p. ;.
An answer key for Biblical Hebrew: a supplement to the text and workbook by Bonnie P. Kittel, Vicki Hoffer and Rebecca A. Wright
Williams, Tyler F. ; Kittel, Bonnie Pedrotti ; Hoffer, Vicki, ; Wright, Rebecca Abts,
New Haven ; . Yale University Press,. c1996.. 39 p. ;.
An answer key to A primer of ecclesiastical Latin: a supplement to the text by John F. Collins
Dunlap, John R.,
Washington, D. C.. Catholic University of America Press,. c2006.. p. cm..
¬An¬ answer of a letter from a friend in the country
London. Croom. 1681. 7 S..
An Answer of a letter from a friend in the country to a friend in the city, or, Some remarks on the late comet: being a relation of many universal accidents that will come to pass in the year 1682 according to the prognostications of the celestial bodies, which will happen beyond the seas : with a sober caution to all by speedy repentance to avert the judgments that are impendent.
London. Printed by George Croom,. 1681.. 5 p..
An answer of Humfry Chambers
London. Johnson. 1660.
An answer of Humphrey Chambers, D. D. rector of Pewsey, in the county of Wilts, to the charge of Walter Bvshnel, vicar of Box, in the same county: published in a book of his entituled, A narrative of the proceedings of the commissioners aointed by O. Cromwel for ejecting scandalous and ignorant ministers, in the case of Walter Bushnel, &c. : with a vindication of the said commissioners annexed : humbly submitted to publick censure.
London. Printed for Thomas Johnson ...,. 1660.. , 41 p..
An answer of the Company of Royal Adventurers of England trading into Africa to the petition and paper of certain heads and particulars thereunto relating and annexed: exhibited to the Honourable House of Commons by Sir Paul Painter, Ferdando Gorges, Henry Batson, Benjamin Skutt, and Thomas Knights on the behalf of themselves and others concerned in His Majesties plantations in America.
[London. s.n.],. 1667.. , 18 p..
An answer of the elders of the Severall churches in New - England
Ann Arbor. Univ. Microfilms International,. 1980.. 78 S..
An answer of the elders of the severall churches in New England unto nine positions: sent over to them (by divers reverend and godly ministers in England) to declare ther judgements therein. Written in the year, 1639
Buchausg. London 1643. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1980. 77 S.; Mikrofilm 35 mm. American culture series. 1. ; 5,4=No. 35..
¬An¬ answer of the Most Reuerend Father in God Thomas Archebyshop of Canterburye, primate of all Englande and metropolitane vnto a crafty and sophisticall cauillation deuised by Stephen Gardiner doctour of law, late byshop of Winchester, agaynst the trewe and godly doctrine of the moste holy sacrament of the body and bloud of our sauiour Iesu Christe: Wherein is also, as occasion serueth, answered such places of the booke of D. Rich. Smyth, as may seeme any thing woorthy the aunsweryng. Item ye shall fynde here also the true copye of the booke written, and in open courte delyuered, by D. Stephen Gardiner, not one woorde added or diminished, but faythfully in all poyntes agreeying with the oryginall
Cranmer, Thomas ; Cranmer, Thomas ; Gardiner, Stephen
Anno M.D.LI. Imprinted at London. By Reynold Wolfe, with the Kyng his moste gracious priuilege. And licenced according to the meaninge of the late proclamation. .
An Answer, paragraph by paragraph, to the late sculking, scurrilous pamphlet, entituled Legions humble address to the Lords.
[London?. s.n.],. printed in the year 1704.. 24 p. ;.
An answer to
An answer to a bill in the Chancery of New-Jersey,: at the suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, commonly called Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey, against Benjamin Bond, and others claiming under the original proprietors and associates of Elizabeth-Town. : To which is added; nothing either of the publications of the Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, or of the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers; except so far as the persons meant by rioters, pretend title against the parties to the above answer; but a great deal of the controversy, though much less of the history and constitution of New-Jersey, than the said bill. : [One line of text in Latin] : Published by subscription
Bond, Benjamin. ; Livingston, William, ; Smith, William,
New-York:. Printed and sold by James Parker, at the new printing-office, in Beaver-Street.,. 1752. 48 p. ;.
An answer to a bill in the Chancery of New-Jersey, at the suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, commonly called Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey, against Benjamin Bond, and others claiming under the original proprietors and associates of Elizabeth-Town: to which is added, nothing either of the publications of the Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, or of the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers, except so far as the persons meant by rioters, pretend title against the parties to the above answer, but a great deal of the controversy, though much less of the history and Constitution of New-Jersey, than the said bill.
Bond, Benjamin. ; Stair, John Dalrymple, ; Livingston, William, ; Smith, William, ; Stair, John Dalrymple,
New-York:. Printed and sold by James Parker ...,. 1752.. 48 p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a book, entitled, the History of ruptures, and rupture-curers: wrote by Robert Houstoun. With some observations concerning Dr. Littleton's pretending to sell my re-receipt [sic] as his own. By Katherine Boles
London. printed in the year. 1726.
¬An¬ Answer to a Book entituled Letters concerning Confessions of faith and subscriptions to articles of Protestant Churches occasioned by the Confessional
An answer to a book, entituled, The Christian Sabbath, explained, and vindicated, in a discourse on Exod. xx, 8. Delivered January 14, 1759. Upon a particular occasion, by Mather Byles, Pastor of the First Church, of Christ; (as he saith) in New-London. Published at the request of his hearers.: Which answer chiefly consists; in opening the Scriptures, which said Byles has wrested, and restoring them to their proper sense. : [Fourteen lines of Scripture texts]
[New London, Conn.?]. Printed for the author,,. 1759. 23,  p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a book entituled, Tractatus
London. Brome. 1697. 208 S..
¬An¬ answer to a book, intituled, The doctrine and discipline of divorce
London. Lee. 1644.
An answer to a book intituled, The Lords Day proved to be the Christian sabbath, &c. By B. Wadsworth, A.M. Pastor of a church in Boston.: And also, an answer to a pamphlet, intituled, Thesis concerning the sabbath. : As also, some part of what hath passed through the general courts in Connecticut colony, relating to the sabbath. : As also, some court sentences in that colony.
Boston:. Printed for the author.,. 1721. , 30 p. ;.
An answer to a book, intituled, The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James government: in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his governnt, and of submitting to their present Majesties, is demonstrated.
London. [s.n.],. 1692.. , 195, , 77, .
An answer to a book, intituled, The state of the Protestants in Ireland under the late King James's government;: in which, their carriage towards him is justified, and the absolute necessity of their endeavouring to be free'd from his government, and of submitting to Their present Majesties, is demonstrated.
London, . 1692.. 11 p.l., 195, 77 p..
An answer to a book lately put forth by Peter Pratt,: entituled, The prey taken from the strong. Wherein by mocks and scoffs, together with a great number of positive falshoods, the author hath greatly abused John Rogers, late of New-London, deceased, since his death. : In which answer there is a true and impartial relation of those sufferings of John Rogers, on which the author has built his abuses: as also many of the said scoffs, falshoods, blasphemous expressions, great abuses of Scripture, together with many gross contradictions and ignorant speeches contained in said book; all which are discovered and plainly proved,
[New York]. Printed [by William Bradford] for the author, and sold at his house in New London,,. 1726.. xii, 87,  p. ;.
An answer to a book published by Richard Smith of Westchester: wherein the people of God called Quakers (more particularly in this county of Cheshire) are cleared from the wrong, injustice, and false accusations by him charged upon them
[London?. s.n.],. 1677.. 19 p..
An answer to a book which Samuel Eaton put up to the Parliament: which he saith he is a teacher of the Church of Christ, heretofore meeting at Ducken-field, now at Stockport in Cheshire; and he cals the title of his book Quakers confuted. Moses who was a judg quaked and trembled, David a king in Israel quaked and trembled, and Solomon who was a king trembled, and Daniel a servant of the most high God trembled, ... And these heard the voice of God, and thou that writest, thou mayest say thou hast confuted all them; for he that is against them, is against us, and he that is against us, is against them, for the same power is witnessed; but thou Eaton, who saith thou art a teacher of the church at Duckenfield, who saith thou hast heard the voice of the living God, and that such a voice as this, as comes immediately from God, you have not heard, ... And Isaiah saith, hear the word of the Lord all ye that tremble at his word; and this is the man that I do regard, saith the Lord,....
London. Printed for Giles Calvert, at the black Spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls. 1654. 55,  p..
An answer to a calumny, with some remarks upon an anonimous pamphlet address'd to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle,: entitled Some observations on the assiento trade as it has been exercised by the South-Sea Company,
London, . Printed by W. Wilkins 1728.. p. cm..
An answer to A catechism against Quakerism by N.N: Shewing his abuse of the people called Quakers, and misrepresentation of their doctrins [sic]
London. Printed for Tho. Northcott. 1693. 36 p..
An answer to a certain writing entituled Certain doubts and quaeres upon occasion of the late Oath and covenant, with desire of satisfaction for tender conscienced people to whom it may be exhibited.
London. Printed for Luke Fawne ...,. 1643 Sept. 11.. , 12 p. ;.
An answer to a certain writing entituled, Certain dovbts and qvaeres upon occasion of the late oath and covenant, with desire of satisfaction for tender conscienced people to whom it may be exhibited
London. Printed for Luke Fawne ...,. Sept. 11, 1643. , 12 p.
¬An¬ answer to a challenge
4. ed.. London. Tooke. 1686.
¬An¬ answer to a challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland
Dublin. Soc. of Statrs. s.a..
An answer to a challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland: wherein, the judgment of antiquity in the points questioned is truly delivered, and the novelty of the now Romish doctrine plainly discovered : to which is added A discourse of the region anciently professed by the Irish and British
London. Printed for Benjamin Tooke ...,. 1686.. , 431 [i.e. 409],  p..
¬An¬ answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons
[London]. J. S.. 1646. 13 S..
An answer to a declaration of the Lords and Commons: concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners, intituled The answer of the commissioners to both Houses of Parliament upon the new propositions of peace, and the foure bills to be se to His Majesty
London. Printed for J.S. ...,. 1643.. , 28 p..
An answer to a declaration put forth by the general consent of the people called Anabaptists in and about the city of London: which declaration doth rather seem a begging of pardon of the Caveliers then [sic] a vindication of that truth a cause once contended for : I seeing so much wickedness ...
Hubberthorn, Richard, ; Burrough, Edward,
London. Printed for Thomas Simmons ...,. 1659.. 24 p..
¬An¬ answer to a great number of blasphemous cavillations
London. Charde. 1591.
An answer to a late anonymous pamphlet entitled, a treatise on the subjects and mode of Baptism
¬An¬ answer to a late book intituled Christianity as old as the creation
¬An¬ answer to a late book written against ... Dr. Bentley
London. 1699. 223 S..
¬An¬ answer to a late Book written against the learned and Reverend Dr Bentley, relating to some manuscript notes on Callimachus: Together with an examination of Mr. Bennet's appendix to the said book
Whately, Solomon ¬[erm.Verf.]¬
¬An¬ answer to a late Book written against the learned ... Bentley, relating to some manuscript notes on Callimachus: Together with an examination of Mr. Bennet's appendix to the said book
London. 1699. 209 S..
An answer to a late pamphlet, called An essay concerning critical and curious learning, in which are contained some short reflections on the controversie betwixt Sir William Temple and Mr. Wotton, and that betwixt Dr. Bentley and Mr. Boyle
London. Printed and sold by E. Whitlock ...,. 1698. , 28 p.
¬An¬ answer to a late pamphlet, called An essay concerning critical ... learning
London. Whitlock. 1698. 30 S..
An Answer to a late pamphlet entituled A character of a popish successor and what England may expect from such a one.
Edinburgh. [s.n.],. re-printed anno Dom. 1681.. 16 p. ;.
An answer to a late pamphlet, intitled, A letter to a friend in the country, attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of a consciencious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small pox. By a minister of Boston.: Together with a short history of the late divisions among us in affairs of state, and some account of the first cause of them.
Boston:. Printed and sold by J. Franklin, at his printing-house in Queen-Street, over against Mr. Sheaf's School.,. 1722.. , 20 p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a late pamphlet intituled a short abstract of Dr. Chamberlen's proposal ...
[S.l.]. [¬circa¬ 1700].
An answer to a late pamphlet, intituled, Reasons offer'd against the intended project, commonly called, The national land-bank, &c
S.l.. s.n. . 4 p..
An Answer to a late pamphlet intituled, The judgement and doctrine of the clergy of the Church of England concerning one special branch of the King's prerogative, viz, in dispensing with the penal-laws: shewing that this is not affected bthe Most Reverend Fathers in God, the Lords Arch-Bishops, Bancroft, Laud and Usher ... the Lord Bishop Sanderson ... the Reverend Doctors, Dr. Hevlin, Dr. Barrow, Dr. Sherlock ... Dr. Hicks, Dr. Nalson, Dr. Puller, so far as appears from their words cited in this pamphlet : in a letter to a friend.
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswell ...,. 1687.. , 39 [i.e. 37] p..
¬An¬ answer to a late pamphlet, intituled The judgment and doctrine
London. Chiswell. 1687.
An answer to a late pamphlet intituled, The judgment and doctrine of the clergy of the Church of Englan59 Oliver Nelson. Arr. Ramon Ricker
Transposed score, parts. [Rottenburg a.N.]. Advance Music. [ca. 1990]. 20 S.. Saxology.
An answer to a late paper intituled a true copy of a paper written by Capt. Tho. Walcot in Newgate after his condemnation: and delivered to his son immediately before his execution : being also his last speech at the place of execution
West, Robert, ; Walcot, Thomas,
London. Printed and are to be sold by Walter Davis,. 1683.. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ answer to a late paper intuled "A true copy of a paper"
London. Davis. 1683.
¬An¬ answer to a late treasonable pamphlet, entituled, Treason in grain
London. N.T.. 1681. 2 S..
An answer to a late treasonable pamphlet entituled, Treason in grain, &c.: for which pamphlet Edward Fitz-Harris lies condemned.
London. Printed by N.T. ...,. 1681.. 1 sheet (2 p.) ;.
An Answer to A letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the state of Massachusetts: on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians.
[Boston]. True & Rowe, printers,. 1812.. 16 p. ;.
An Answer to a letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts, on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians.
[S.l.]. True & Rose, printers,. 1812.. 16 p. ;.
An answer to a letter, from an aged layman, to the clergy of the colony of Connecticut.: In which the rights of the consociated churches are maintained; the consociation that appeared against the ordination of Mr. Dana at Wallingford vindicated; and the ministers like minded defended, against the insinuations, and relections contained in that letter.
New-Haven;. Printed by James Parker, and Company, at the post-office.,. . 30,  p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a letter of a Iesuit named Tyrie
Sanctandrois. Lekpreuik. 1572.
¬An¬ answer to a letter of enquiry into the grounds and occasions
London. Ranew u.a.. 1671. 112 S..
An answer to a Letter to a late noble commander of the British forces.
London, . Printed for W. Owen,. 1759.. 66 p..
An answer to A letter to Dr. Sherlock: written in vindication of that part of Josephus's history which gives the account of Jaddus's submission to Alexander against the answer to the piece entituled, Obedience and submission to the present government
London. [s.n.],. Printed in the year, 1692.. 107 p..
¬An¬ answer to a letter written by a member of Parliament in the country
¬An¬ answer to a letter written out of the country
An answer to Alexander Hamilton's letter, concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq. president of the United States: By a citizen of New-York
Cheetham, James ; Ogden, Uzal
New-York. Printed by P.R. Johnson & J. Stryker, at the Literary Printing Office, no. 29 Gold-Street. 1800. 32p..
An answer to all the excuses and pretences which men ordinarily make for their not coming to the holy communion: to which is added A brief account of the end and design of the holy communion, the obligation to receive it, the way to prepare for it ..., with prayers and meditations suitable to the occasion
Philadelphia. For the Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church for the Advancement of Christianity in Pennsylvania by Bradford & Inskeep,. 1813 . 57 p.
An answer to all the excuses and pretences which men ordinarily make for their not coming to the holy communion.: To which is added, a brief account of the end and design of the holy communion; the obligation to receive it; the way to prepare for it; and the behaviour of our selves both at, and after it ...
London. Printed for the executors of R. Sare, and sold by R. Williamson,. 1726.. 48 p..
An answer to a most pernicious and factious petition, framed against the Scots in Ireland: together with the vindication of a gentleman from the false aspertions of Major Robert Ormesby : as also some serious queries to be presented to thsaid Major in behalfe of the state.
London. [s.n.],. 1647.. 16 p..
An answer to an anonymous letter,: inclosed and directed to Mr. Hooker, of July the 19th, 1722.
London. Printed for J. Roberts,. 1723.. 24 p..
An answer to an anonymous letter to Dr. Lowth concerning the late election of a warden of Winchester College
London. Printed for A. Millar ... and for R. and J. Dodsley ...,. 1759. , 68 p. ;.
An answer to an audacious letter from John Angelo Belloni: dated at Rome the 4th of May, 1732. ... Being an antidote to the seditious principles endeavoured to be instilled by the same. To which is annexed a true copy of the translation of the said letter, which was burnt (by order of both Houses of Parliament) ... Also a faithful copy of a paper of seven proposals sent by John Thomason, to the committee of Parliament of Great-Britain, stipulating the conditions for delivering up the books and papers relating to the Charitable Corporation
Publicola ; Belloni, Giovanni Angelo ; Thomson, John
London. printed in the year. 1732. 8p.
¬An¬ answer to an heretical book called The naked Gospel
London. Kettilby. 1691. 134 S..
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An answer to an invidious pamphlet, intituled, A brief0 ISBN 84-7822-368-1
An answer to an invidious pamphlet, intituled, A brief state of the province of Pennsylvania: wherein are exposed the many false assertions of the author or authors, of the said pamphlet, with a view to render the Quakers of Pennsylvania and their government obnoxious to the British parliament and ministry; and the several transactions, most grossly misrepresented therein, set in their true light.
London. Printed for S. Bladon, in Pater-noster-Row,. 1755.. , 80 p. ;.
Gummitwist & Co.: wherein are exposed the many false assertions of the author or authors, of the said pamphlet, with a view to rendetco
Fuchs, Birgit, ; Tust, Dorothea, ; Mues, Tanja
Kempen. Moses,. 2004.. 48 S..
An answer to a pamphlet: entitled, the speech of the Earl of Clare on the subject of a legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland
Dublin. Printed for J. Moore,. 1800. , ii, 44 p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a pamphlet: called, A dialogue betwixt a curat and a country-man, concerning the English-service, or common-prayer-book of England
S.l.. Printed in the year. 1711. 47,p.
¬An¬ answer to a pamphlet call'd, The conduct of the ministry impartially examined. In which it is proved, that neither imbecillity nor ignorance in the M-r have been the causes of the present unhappy situation of this nation. By the Author of the Four Letters to the people of England
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1756. 100p..
An answer to a pamphlet called "The claims of the British navy, by an old post-captain".
A friend to the army and navy. [from old catalog]
London, . Rodwell and Martin,. 1816.. 77 p..
An answer to a pamphlet, entitled, A letter to the freemen and freeholders of the city of New-York.: Wherein is fully shewn, the true causes of the defection of the Six Nations of Indians; : with some historical collections never yet made publick.
Contemner of licentiousness.
New-York:. Printed and sold by J. Parker at the new printing-office, in Beaver-Street.,. MDCCLII. . 18 p.
An answer to a pamphlet entitled "A narrative of facts,": lately published by Mr. Thomas Mudge, junior, relating to some time-keepers constructed by his father Mr. Thomas Mudge, wherein is given an account of the trial of his first time-keeper ...
London. F. Wingrave,. 1792.. 128, 40 p..
¬An¬ Answer to a Pamphlet entitled "A Narrative of Facts", by Mr. Thomas Mudge Junior, Relating to some Time-Keepers, constructed by his father Mr. Thomas Mudge
An answer to a pamphlet, entitled, "Considerations on the public expediency of a bridge from one part of Boston to the other".
Boston, . Printed by E. Lincoln, Water Street,. 1806.. 31, 8 p..
¬An¬ answer to a pamphlet entitled Taxation no tyranny: addressed to the author and to persons in power
[S.l.]. 1974. Johnsoniana ; 5.
An answer to a pamphlet entitled The speech of the Earl of Clare, on the subject of a legislative union between Great Britain and Ireland
Dublin. Printed for J. Moore,. 1800. ii, 44 p. ;.
¬An¬ answer to a pamphlet, etitled taxation no tyranny: addr. to the author and to persons in power
London. 1775. 63 S..
An Answer to a pamphlet intituled, An address to the people of England against the use of the West India produce
Whitechapel. Sold by W. Moon,. . 8 p..
An answer to a pamphlet lately published, intitled, "A treatise on church government.": Wherein, first, the errors of this anonymous author's narrative, of the troubles and transactions in the Church in Bolton are corrected, and a faithful one presented to the public. Secondly ...
Adams, Zabdiel, ; Goss, Thomas,
Boston:. Printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas, near the mill-bridge.,. MDCCLXXIII. . 87,  p. ;.
An answer to a pamphlet recently addressess to the episcopalians of Pennsylvania, under the signature of Plain truth,
1827.. p. cm..
An Answer to a paper call'd Particulars against the bill for an open trade to Africa: with some presidents [sic] touching the laying open foreign trades by act of Parliament.
[London?. s.n.,. 1713]. 1 sheet (2 p.) ;.
¬An¬ answer to a paper, called A memorial of the poor inhabitants, tradesmen, and labourers of the kingdom of Ireland
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1981. 1 Mikrofiche. History of economics series ; 114.
¬An¬ answer to a paper, called, The case of the auditors
London. W. G.. 1662. 27 S..