¬An¬ answer to a paper, entituled, A brief account of the designs of the Papists
London. Davies. 1681. 4 S..

An answer to a paper, entituled, A brief account of the designs of the Papists against the Earl of Shaftesbury,
[London, . Printed for T. Davies,. 1681]. p. cm..

An Answer to a paper entituled A brief account of the designs of the papists against the Earl of Shaftsbury, occasioned by his commitment, July 2, 1681.
London. Printed for T. Davies,. 1681.. 4 p..

An answer to a paper printed with allowance,: entitled, A new test of the Church of England's loyalty.
Burnet, Gilbert,
[London, . 1687?]. 7 p..

An Answer to a paper set forth by the coffee-men directed to the Honourable, the Commons in Parliament assembled: being reflections upon some propositions that were exhibited to the Parliament for the changing the excise of coffee, tea, and chocolate into a custom upon the commodities
[London. s.n.,. 168-?]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

L'ambition technologique, naissance d'Ariane
Chadeau, Emmanuel,
Paris. Editions Rive droite,. c1995.. xxii, 470 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to a part of a pamphlet intitled "The proceeding of the Honourable House of Commons of Ireland in rejecting the altered money-bill on December, 17, 1753 ..."
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 830..

An Answer to a piece, entitled, "An appeal to the impartial publick, by an association," calling themselves "Christian independents, in Glocester."
Whittemore, Samuel,
[Salem] Massachusetts:. Printed and sold by S. Hall, in Salem.,. MDCCLXXXV. [1785]. 23, [1] p. ;.

An answer to a piece, entituled A line drawn between Christ, and Anti-Christ
H. W
[Providence]. Printed [by William Goddard] for the author,,. 1765. 12 p. ;.

An answer to a printed letter said to be wrote from a gentleman in Newport to his friend in Boston Aug. 27;: pretending to find fault with a brief representation of the case between Dr. McSparran plaintiff and Mr. Torrey defendant, relating to the ministry land in South Kingstown, Narragansett, which was dated July 1739
Prince, Thomas, ; MacSparran, James,
[Boston?. s.n.,. 1739]. 10 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to a printed pamphlet called The case of the inhabitants of Croydon
[London]. [1673]. 10 S..

An Answer (to a printed paper dispersed by Sir John Maynard entituled, The humble petition of the owners and commoners of the towne of Isleham in the county of Cambridge, and to the exceptions thereto annexed against the Act for the dreyning of the great level of the fennes): whereby the honour and justice of the late Parliament is vindicated, the scandals and untruths in the said printed paper discovered, some vaine objections answered, and the truth of the proceedings in the work of dreyning (so much conducing to the honour and profit of this Common-wealth) held forth to all sober and uninteressed [sic] persons.
Maynard, John,
London. Printed for Richard Baddeley ...,. 1653.. 14 p..

An answer to a question that no body thinks of, viz. But what if the Queen should die?
Defoe, Daniel
London. printed for J. Baker. 1713. 44p.

An answer to a religious colloquy
Wyatt, Joseph
Annapolis [Md.]. Printed by Frederich Green,. 1809. 8 p.

An answer to a scandalous lying pamphlet, intituled Prince Rupert his declaration
London. Matthewes. [1642].

¬An¬ answer to a scandalous pamphlet entituled, A letter to a dissenter concerning His Majesties late declaration of indulgence, &c
Payne, Henry Neville
London. Printed for N.T. 1687. 8 p..

An answer to a scandalous paper of T. Hicks, term'd A rebuke to T.R. &c.: with a reassumption our former complaint and charge against T. Hicks
Rudyard, Thomas,
[London. s.n.],. 1674.. 46 p..

¬An¬ answer to a scurrilous pamphlet intituled, Observations upon a compleat history of the lives and reignes of Mary, Queen of Scotland, and of her son, King James: the libeller, without a name, set out by G. Bedell and T. Collins, two booksellers
Sanderson, William ; Collins, Samuel
London. Printed for the author, and are to be sold by George Sawbridge, and Richard Tomlins. 1656.

¬An¬ answer to a scurrilous pamphlet, lately printed
Temple, William
London. Taylor. 1693. 46 S..

¬An¬ answer to a seditious pamphlet, intituled, Plain English
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. 1643.

¬An¬ answer to a seditious pamphlet, intituled, Plain English
[Oxford]. [Lichfield]. 1642 [1643].

An Answer to a seditiovs pamphlet, intituled Plain English: wherein the reasons against an accommodation are answered : the miseries of the kingdome in generall laid open, and shewn to be kept up, for the maintenance of a few persons of dayed fortunes : and an application to the much wronged city.
[London?. s.n.]. 1643.. 22 [i.e. 24] p..

¬An¬ answer to A Short reply to A Defence of the experiments to determine the comparative value of the principal varieties of fuel, &c., by one of the committee of the American Academy -- (published in Boston)
Bull, Marcus
Philadelphia. J. Dobson. 1828. 16 p..

An answer to a Socinian treatise, call'd The naked Gospel, which was decreed by the University of Oxford, in convocation, August 19, Anno Dom. 1690 to be publickly burnt, as containing divers heretical propositions: with a postscript, in answer to what is added by Dr. Bury, in the edition just published
Long, Thomas,
London. Printed by Freeman Collins, and are to be sold by Randal Taylor ...,. 1691.. [11], 168 p..

An answer to a speech without doores: or, Animadversions upon an unsafe and dangerous answer to the Scotch-papers, printed under the name of Mr. Challener his speech, which while it offereth to reach a blow at the scotch-papers, doth indeed strike at the honour of the Parliament, and interest of the Kingdome of England.
Birkenhead, John, ; Chaloner, Thomas,
[London, . 1646]. 7 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to a treatise out of ecclesiastical history
Bisbie, Nathaniel
London. Wells. 1691.

An answer to a treatise out of ecclesiastical history: translated from an ancient Greek manuscript in the publick library at Oxford by Humfrey Hody ... and published under the title of The unreasonableness of a separation from the new bisps, to shew that although a bishop was unjustly deprived, neither he nor the church ever made a separation, if the successor was not an heretick : to which is added, the canons in the Baroccian mabrary,
Bisbie, Nathaniel, ; Browne, Thomas,
[2003]. 1 sound disc.

An answer to A word by the by;: or, Advice to somebody, of things to the purpose:
[Edinburgh? . 17-]. p. cm..

An Answer to Blundell the Jesuits letter: that was taken about him at Lambeth, on Munday the 23d. of this instant June, directed to the Jesuits at Cambra in Flanders, wherein he gives them an account of several notorious untruths concerni the proceedings in court against the five Jesuits lately executed : with several other preposterous relations, the which being duly weighed, it was thought fit to exhibit this responsary to confute his errors, and for vindication of the wholesome laws and impartial judicature of this our English nation &c.
[London]. Printed for F.F. ...,. 1679.. 1 broadside..

An answer to certain parts of a work published by Mathew Carey,
New York, . W. M'Kean,. [c1816]. p. cm..

An answer to certain parts of a work published by Mathew Carey, entitled "The Olive branch", or, "Faults on both sides"
Federalist.
[New York. William M'Kean,. 1816]. 231 p..

¬An¬ answer to certain seditious and Jesuitical quaeres
Waring, Thomas
London. Du-gard. 1651.

An answer to Col: Nathaniel Fiennes Relation concerning his surrender of the city and castle of Bristol.
Walker, Clement, ; Cole, S. T., ; Baker, William Proctor, ; Beresford-Peirse, Windham de la Poer,
[London. s.n.],. printed in the yeere, M. DC. XLIII. [1643]. [3], 13 p. ;.

An answer to Col. Nathaniel Fiennes relation concerning his surrender of the city and castle of Bristol
Walker, Clement,
[London?. s.n.]. 1643.. [3], 13 p..

An answer to "Colonel Choate's reasons of dissent, from the judgment of a council, in a controversy, respecting some doctrines, advanc'd by the Rev. Mr. Bacheller of Haverhill.": Particularly, that the work of redemption, as to price, purchase and ransom, was finished when Christ gave up the ghost.
Hall, Willard,
Boston:. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill.,. 1761. 23, [1] p. ;.

An Answer to Comrade éCervenkov and others.: Adventurist acts of the Albanian government against the vital interests of the Albanian prople. The responsibility of communists. Lack of principle as a weapon in the struggle for "principles". Building of socialism or strengthening of capitalist elements.
Beograd. Office of Information of the Government of the FPRY,. [1948?]. 54 p. ;.

An answer to Comrade éCervenkov and others. Adventurist acts of the Albanian government against the vital interests of the Albanian people. The responsibility of Communists. Lack of principle as a weapon in the struggle for principles. Building of socialism or strengthening of capitalist elements.
Beograd. Office of Information of the Government of the FPRY,. [1948]. 54 p. ;.

An answer to critics of American socialism: an analysis of their method and politics
Howe, Irving
1952..

An answer to Dr. D-----y's fable of the pheasant and the lark
Swift, Jonathan,
[Dublin]. Printed in the year,. 1730. 7,[1]p. ;.

An answer to Dr. Henry S. Pritchett,: who insists that a few California politicians are solely responsible for excluding the Japanese.
Scharrenberg, Paul, ; Pritchett, Henry S.
San Francisco, . California Joint Immigration Committee,. 1928.. 1 folder (5 p.).

An answer to Dr. Mayhew's Observations on the charter and conduct of the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts
Secker, Thomas,
[Boston]. London: printed. Boston: re-printed, and sold by R. and S. Draper, in Newbury-Street; Edes and Gill in Queen-Street; and T. & J. Fleet, in Cornhill.,. 1764. 59, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to Dr. Sherlock's Examination of the Oxford decree
Wallis, John
2. ed.. London. 1696. 18 S..

An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon: by the Peaceable design renewed, wherein the imputation of schism wherewith the doctor hath charged the nonconformists meetings is removed, their nonconformity justified, and materials for union drawn up together ...
Humfrey, John, ; Lobb, Stephen, ; Humfrey, John,
London. Printed for R. Janeway ...,. 1680.. 44, [4] p. ;.

An answer to Dr. Stillingfleet's sermon, by some nonconformists, being the peaceable design renewed: wherein the imputation of schism wherewith the doctor hath charged the nonconformists meetings, is removed, their nonconformity justified, and materials for union drawn up together, which will heal both parties.
Humfrey, John, ; Lobb, Stephen,
London. Printed for J. Janeway ...,. 1680.. 44 [i.e. 48] p..

An answer to George Keith's libel. Against a catechism published, by Francis Makemie.: To which is added, by way of postscript. A brief narrative of a late difference among the Quakers, begun at Philadelphia
Makemie, Francis, ; Mather, Increase,
Boston,. Printed, by Benjamin Harris, at the Sign of the Bible, over-against the Blew-Anchor.,. MDCXCIIII. [1694]. [12], 103, [1] p. ;.

An answer to George Keith's Narrative of his proceedings at Turners-Hall, on the 11th of the month called June, 1696: wherein his charges against divers of the people called Quakers (both in that, and in another book of his, called, Gross error & hypocrisie detected) are fairly considered, examined, and refuted
Ellwood, Thomas, ; Sowle, Tace, ; Keith, George,
London. Printed and sold by T. Sowle ...,. 1696.. 232 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to John Martiall's Treatise of the cross
Calfhill, James
Repr. d. Ausg. Cambridge 1846. New York, N.Y.. Johnson. 1968. XII, 418 S..

¬An¬ answer to John Martiall's treatise of the cross
Calfhill, James ; Gibbings, Richard
Cambridge. Univ.Pr.. 1846. XII,418 S.. The Parker Society.Publications..

An answer to John Robinson of Leyden by a Puritan friend, now first published from a manuscript of A.D., 1609.
Robinson, John, ; Burrage, Champlin.
Cambridge, . Harvard university press; [etc., etc.]. 1920.. p. cm..

An answer to J. O's arguments for ordination by Presbyters without Bishops. By Jo. Thomas, ... Recommended by the Reverend Dr. George Hickes
Thomas, John
London. printed by W. S. for R. Wilkin. 1711. [14],xvi,153[i.e.155],[3]p..

An answer to Judge Rush, on his Observations on the character of Jesus Christ
Charleton, C.
Southwark [Pa.]. Printed by Denham & Town,. 1807.. 15 p. ;.

An answer to lame Giles Calfines Messe of pottage which hee termes in his halting speech to be well crummed and seasoned, &c: proving that the service-booke is no better than pottage in comparison of divers weeds which are chopt into it to poyson the taste of the children of grace by the advice of the whore of Babylons instruments and cooks : in which small tract you shall find such reasons given against it as are unanswerable by any man whatsoever : for pure prayer is Gods temple and where it is not so used it is but idolatrie and will-worship
M. T. S. T. R. A. I. S. P. H
[London. s.n.],. 1642. 8 p.

¬An¬ answer to Maister H. Jacob his defence of the churches
Johnson, Francis
[Middelburg]. 1600.

An answer to Mark Twain.
Brussels. A. & G. Bulens Bros.,. [1907?]. 46 p..

An answer to Monsieur de la Militiere his impertinent dedication of his imaginary triumph: to the king of Great Britain to invite him to embrace the Roman Catholick religion
Bramhall, John ; La Milletière, Théophile Brachet
Hague. [s.n.]. Printed in the year, 1653. Online-Ressource.

An answer to Mr. Ashbel Gillet's letter: Elder of the Baptist Church in Wintonbury.
Griswold, Ezra.
Hartford:. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin.,. M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]. 47, [1] p. ;.

An answer to Mr. B--w's apology, as it respects his king, his country, his conscience, and his God.
London, . W. Bizett,. 1755.. p. cm..

An Answer to Mr. Fitz-Gerald's state of the case concerning the patent of making salt water fresh
Walcot, William.
London. [s.n.],. 1695.. [4], 22 p..

An answer to Mr. Gale's pamphlet;: entituled, A calm and full vindication, &c. Relating to Yale College. Wherein is clearly shewn, that he has no ways vindicated himself from the misrepresentations made in his former piece; and in his last, has made sundry more, as foreign from the truth: and his injurious and abusive reflections, on the worthy governors of the College, are censured, in as calm and soft terms, as the nature of the case can allow.
Graham, John,
New-Haven;. Printed by James Parker and Company,,. 1759.. 28 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to Mr. George Dixon, late commander of the Queen Charlotte
Meares, John
London. Logographic Press. 1791. 32 S..

¬An¬ answer to Mr. George Dixon, late Commander of the Queen Charlotte, in the service of Messrs. Etches and Company
Meares, John
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. [Drucker:] Logographic Press. 1791. 32 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 18263.

¬An¬ answer to Mr. George Dixon, late Commander of the Queen Charlotte, in the service of Messrs. Etches and Company; by John Meares, Esq. In which the Remarks of Mr. Dixon ... are ... refuted
Meares, John
London. printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter. 1791. 32p.

An answer to Mr. Jefferson's justification of his conduct in the case of the New Orleans batture
Livingston, Edward,
Philadelphia. W. Fry,. 1813.. xi, 187 p. ;.

An Answer to Mr. Langhorn's speech: wherein he asserts his loyalty and innocence contrary to plain evidence against him in open court, the verdict of an impartial jury, and the declared sense of the late Parliament in relation to the late, horrible and bloody plot.
[London. s.n.,. 1679]. 4 p..

An answer to Mr. Paine's Age of reason, being a continuation of letters to the philosophers and politicians of France, on the subject of religion;: and of the letters to a philosophical unbeliever.
Priestley, Joseph,
London, . 1795.. 100 p..

AN ANSWER TO MR. PAINE'S AGE OF REASON, BEING A CONTINUATION OF LETTERS TO THE PHILOSOPHERS AND POLITICIANS OF FRANCE, ON THE SUBJECT OF RELIGION, AND OF THE LETTERS TO A PHILOSOPHICAL UNBELIEVER / BY JOSEPH PRIESTLEY. WITH A PREFACE BY THEOPHILUS LINDSEY
Priestley, Joseph
LONDON. JOHNSON. 1794. XXXVII,100 S..

An answer to Mr. Pitt's attack upon earl St. Vincent and the admirality ...
London. 1804.

¬An¬ answer to M[iste]r [Jos.] Read's case
London. 1682.

An answer to Mr. Samuell Willard (one of the ministers at Boston in New-England): his reply to my printed sheet, called, A dangerous and hurtful opinion maintained by him, viz. That the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree, and his determining both of the will of Adam, and of all other men to sin.
Keith, George,
[New York]. Printed and sold by William Bradford at the Sign of the Bible in New-York,,. 1704. [4], 41, [1] p. ;.

An answer to Mr. Samuell Willard (one of the ministers in Boston in New-England) his reply to my printed sheet, called, A dangerous and hurtful opinion maintained by him, viz. that the fall of Adam, and all the sins of men necessarily come to pass by virtue of Gods decree and his determining both the will of Adam and of all other men to sin
Keith, George,
[New York]. Printed and sold by William Bradford at the sign of the Bible in New-York,. 1704.. [4], 41, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to Mr. Shaw's Inquiry into the authenticity of the poems ascribed to Ossian
Clark, John
Printed after the Original, Edinb. 1781. Francfurt u.a.. 1783.

An answer to Mr. Tho. Chubb's book, entitled, The true Gospel of Jesus Christ; wherein is proved, I. That Mr. Chubb hath weakened the influence of Christ's Gospel ... II. That the late author who remarked on his book hath not considered his grand objections against the Gospel writers, ... By a sufferer for Truth
Hewlett, Ebenezer
London. printed in the year. 1738. 40p..

An answer to Mr. Tucker's Letter to Mr. Chandler.: Relative, more especially, to a marginal note or two in his sermon preached at Newbury-Port, June 25, 1767, preparatory to their settling of a minister.
Chandler, James,
Boston, New-England:. Printed by Edes & Gill, for Bulkeley Emerson, of Newbury-Port,,. 1767. 36 p. ;.

An Answer to Mr. Whiston's seventeen Suspicions concerning Athanasius, in his Historical Preface
Thirlby, Styan
Cambridge. 1712.

An answer to Mr. William Hewitt's tract against the latter-day saints
Pratt, Parley P. ; Hewitt, William.
Manchester. Printed by W. R. Thomas,. 1840.. 12 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to old D[octo]r Wild's new poem
[London]. [ca. 1672].

¬An¬ answer to one question, ...
Doway. 1628.

An answer to Paine's Letter to General Washington: including some pages of gratuitous counsel to Mr. Erskine. : [One line of Latin quotation]
Kennedy, P.
Philadelphia:. Re-published by William Cobbett, opposite Christ-Church.,. Jan. 1798. [2], 42 p. ;.

An Answer to part of a book put forth by Samuel Harker, of Roxbury, in East-Jersey, a Presbyterian minister, entitled, Presdestination, &c.: Wherein some people called Quaker-Baptists, are cleared from the aspersions thrown on them, in the said book, in relation to the keeping of the first day of the week as a Sabbath.
Bolles, Joseph,
[Woodbridge, N.J.?]. Printed [by James Parker?] for the authors,,. 1762. [2], 14 p. ;.

An answer to revisionists: Éamon Ó Cuív TD and others launch Seán Moylan's Memoir.
Ó Cuív, Éamon.
Aubane, Millstreet, Co. Cork. Aubane Historical Society,. 2004.. 118 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to Rev. Walter McDonald: the new and widely-advertised book "Some ethical questions of peace and war with special references to Ireland" found to be a compilation of errors, misstatements and eccentric views ...
O'Connell, Daniel T.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1053..

¬An¬ answer to severall material passages
Hogg, John
London. 1691. 59 S..

¬An¬ answer to several new laws and orders
Fox, George
[London]. 1678. 7 S..

¬An¬ answer to several passages, citations or charges in a book lately publish'd by F. Bugg styled New Rome arraigned, &c. Being a short vindication of the Christian believers of Jesus of Nazareth, who are in derision termed Quakers, from the said aspersions
S. D
London. [s.n.]. printed in the year 1694. 16 p..

An answer to several pretended arguments,: proving, that our trade to Africa cannot be preserved and carried on effectually by any other method than that of a considerable joint-stock with exclusive privilege.
[London? . 1711?]. 4p..

An answer to several pretended arguments, proving,: that our trade to Africa cannot be preserved and carried on effectually by any other method than that of a considerable joint-stock with exclusive privileges.
[London? . 1712?]. 4p..

An answer to several queries relating to the Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-sea company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt-taxes.
Mackworth, Humphrey,
London, . printed for W. Boreham,. 1720.. p. cm..

An answer to Sir Thomas More's dialogue: the supper of the Lord after the true meaning of John VI. and 1 Cor. XI. and WM. Tracy's testament
Tyndale, William ; Walter, Henry [Hrsg.]
Cambridge. Univ. Pr.. 1850. 340 S.. The Parker Society ; 38.

¬An¬ answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogue, The Supper of the Lord after the true meaning of John VI. and 1. Cor. XI. and Win. Tracy's Testament expounded
Tyndale, William
Cambridge. Univ. Press. 1850. 340 S.. ¬The¬ Parker Society [Publications ; 38].

An answer to some cases of conscience respecting the country.
Stoddard, Solomon,
Boston in New-England:. Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish at his shop near the Brick Meeting-House in Corn Hill.,. June 25th. 1722. 15, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ Answer To Some Exceptions In Bishop Burnet's Third Part of the History of the Reformation, &c. Against Mr. Collier's Ecclesiastical History: Together with A Reply to some Remarks in Bishop Nicholson's English Historical Library, &c. upon the same Subject
Collier, Jeremy
London. Sare [u.a.]. 1715. 12 S..

An answer to some late papers, entitled, the Independent Whig;: so far as they relate to the Church of England, as by law established. : In which, her doctrines, creeds, liturgy, and establishment; her clergy, with their rights, divine and humane, are modestly defended; and their author's new notions prov'd to be, not only absurd and ridiculous, but also directly opposite to those very texts of God's Word, on which he pretends to found them.
Squire, Francis, ; Wake, William,
New-York:. Printed and sold by Hugh Gaine, at the printing office opposite the Old-Slip-Market,,. 1753. xii, 132 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to some papers lately printed, concerning the authority of the Catholick Church in matters of faith: and the reformation of the Church of England
Stillingfleet, Edward
Dublin. Reprinted by Jos. Ray for Rob. Thornton. 1686.

¬An¬ answer to some papers lately printed concerning the authority of the Catholick Church in matters of faith, and the reformation of the Church of England
Stillingfleet, Edward
London. Printed for Ric. Chiswel. 1686.

¬An¬ answer to some passages in a letter from the Bishop of Rochester to the clergy: (dated May 1st, 1798,) upon the lawfulness of defensive war. By a clergyman of the Church of England
RhÃys, J. Bradley
London. printed and sold by Darton and Harvey. 1798. 39,[1]p.

An answer to some queries printed at Exon,: relating to the Arian controversy.
London. Printed for J. Clark,. 1721.. 22 p..

¬An¬ answer to Stauka an Vauraga. To which are added II. Johnny and Nelly. III. The phoenix of Ulster. IV. The banks of the Dee
Monaghan. printed by John Brown. 1790. 8p..

An answer to sundry matters
Williams, Walter
London. Harper. 1682.

An answer to sundry matters contain'd in Mr. Hunt's postscript to his argument for the bishops right in judging capital causes in Parliament ...: whereunto is added a query to be put to the scrupulous and dissenting brotherhood : with an vertisement how usurpers of the crown ought to be dealt with
Williams, Walter,
London. Printed for Charles Harper and are to be sold by Walter Davis ...,. 1683.. 34 p..

Probe measurements of fluctuations and transport in reversed-field pinches: whereunto is added a query to be put to the scrupulous and dissenting brotherhood : with an advertisement how usurpers of the crown ought to be dealt with
Williams, Walter,
Stockholm. Tekniska högsk.,. 1998 ; . viii, 67 s..

An answer to sundry matters contain'd in Mr. Hunt's postscript, to his argument, for the Bishops right in judging in capital causes in Parliament: viz. 1. As to his publishing a scandalous letter of the clergy. 2. As to his wrongfully chaing His Majesty with a neglect of the law, if he call'd not a Parliament once a year. 3. As to his false affirmations, that the succession of the crown is the peoples right, and that only the line of succession, but monarchy it self may be alter'd : whereunto is added a query to be put to the scrupulous and dissenting brotherhood : with an advertisement, how usurpers of the crown, ought to be dealtwith
Williams, Walter,
London. Printed for Charles Harper, and are to be sold by Walter Davis ...,. 1682.. 34 p..

¬An¬ answer to the abbé Dubois: in which the various wrong principles, misrepresentations, and contradictions, contained in his work, entitled "Letters on the state of Christianity in India", are pointed out, and the evangelization of India, is demonstrated to be practicable ...
Townley, Henry
London. 1824. VIII, 214 S..

An answer to the Amicable accommodation: of the difference between the representer and the answerer.
Sherlock, William,
London. Printed for John Amery, and William Rogers,. 1686.. [4], 31, [1] p..

An answer to the Amicable accommodation of the difference between the representer and the answerer
Sherlock, William,
London. Printed for John Amery ... and William Rogers ...,. MDCLXXXVI [1686]. 31 p..

An Answer to the anonymous remarks on a letter from Warren Hastings, Esq., to the Court of Directors.
London. J. Stockdale,. 1786.. 39 p..

An answer to the appendix of the second edition of Mr. Mc.Gregore's sermon on the trial of the spirits, &c.
Caldwell, John.
Boston,. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street.,. 1743. 22, [2] p. ;.

An answer to the arguments in the Lord Bishop of Oxford's speech, on the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell,: in favour of resisting the supreme power.
A. B.,
London. [s.n.],. 1710.. 24 p. ;.

An answer to the arguments in the lord bishop of Oxford's speech on the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell in favour of resisting the supreme power: Humbly offer'd to his lordship's consideration in a letter from A.B.
Talbot, William
London, . 1710.

¬An¬ answer to the arguments of the lewes
Fox, George
London. [1661].

¬An¬ answer to the Athenian mercury Vol. 4, Numb. 14
London. 1691.

An Answer to the Athenian Mercury, vol. 4, numb. 14, concerning infant-baptism: with an account of divers queries sent by the author (and some others) to the Athenian Society, which they have not yet answered : to which are added, some rerks by way of reply to their Mercury on the same subject, num. 18, published Novemb. 28.
London. Printed for the author and sold by John Harris ...,. 1691.. [2], 25 p..

¬An¬ answer to the author of humble thanks
London. Edwin. 1672.

¬An¬ answer to the author of the letter to a member of the convention
[London]. 1689.

¬An¬ answer to the Birmingham dialogue writer's second part... to which is added a postscript occasioned by Henry Heywoods introduction to his translation of Dr. Whitby's treatise of original sin
Gill, John
London. 1739.

An answer to the Birmingham dialogue writer's second part, upon the following subjects: the divinity of Christ. Election. Original Sin. Free-Grace. Free-will. ... and, baptism. To which is added, a postscript, occasioned by Mr. Henry Heywood's introduction to his translation of Dr. Whitby's treatise of original sin. By John Gill.
Gill, John,
London. printed for, and sold by Aaron Ward,. 1739.. 52p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to the Bishop of Rochester's first letter
Haight in Bloomsberry. 1689.

An answer to the Bishop of Rochester's first letter to the Earl of Dorset, &c., concerning the late Ecclesiastical Commission
Englishman.
London. Printed for W. Haight ...,. 1689.. 2 p. \U+25a1\., 30 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to the Bishop of Rochester's second letter
[Anr. ed.]. London. Smith. 1689. 68 S..

¬An¬ answer to the booke called Observations of the old and new militia
London. W. G.. 1642.

¬An¬ answer to the case of the old East-India Company
London. Astwood. 1700.

An Answer to the case of the old East-India company as represented by themselves to the lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.
London, . Printed by K. Astwood,. 1700.. [2], 21 p. ;.

¬An¬ answer to the champion of the wooden-sword
London. 1698.

An answer to the champion of the wooden-sword, or, A dialogue betwixt Jack and Will: containing that part of his argument wherein he asserts, viz, that the dissenters are members of the Church of England : with some occasional remarks on head-corporation-magistrates as dissenters
Member of the Church of England
London. Printed for the author,. 1698. [2], 19, [1] p.

An answer to the charge against Gen. Taylor and his friends, of opposition to naturalized citizens, and hospitility to Catholics.
[Washington, . Fenton, print.,. 1848]. p. cm..

An answer to the citizen's address to the public, published the 18th instant.
Plebeian.
[New York. s.n.,. 1769]. 3, [1] p.

¬An¬ answer to the city ministers letter from his country friend
[Oxford?]. 1688.

¬An¬ answer to the coal-traders and consumptioners case
[London]. [168?]. 1 S..

An answer to the Complete investigation of Mr. Eden's treaty.
London, . J. Stockdale,. 1787.. p. cm..