<<An>> Apparatus for neutron radiography
Munk, P.J. ; Leeflang, H.P.
Petten . 1971. 64 p..

An apparatus for photographing interference phenomena,
Saunders, James Bernard,
Washington, . U. S. Govt. print. off.,. 1945.. p. cm..

An apparatus for spherical bending of crystals for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Nilsson, P.O. ; Curelaru, I.
1975. [6] bl..

An apparatus for subjecting vascular endothelium to controlled fluid shear stress
Bussolari, Steven Robert.
c1980.. 72 leaves.

An apparatus for the cryogenic preservation of the isolated rat heart: with data for perfusion with fluorocarbon FC-43.
O'Callaghan, Michael Gregory.
1975.. 155 leaves.

An apparatus for the measurement of friction on ice and snow
Spring, E. ; Pihkala, P. ; Leino, M. A. H.
Helsinki. Finnish Academy of Technical Sciences. 1985. 12 S.. Acta polytechnica Scandinavica : Applied physics series ; 148.
ISBN 951-666-200-5

<<An>> Apparatus for the measurement of natural convection heat transfer in enclosures
Peck, M.K.
Highett . CSIRO. 1984. 53 p..

An apparatus for the measurement of the dispersion of transients in pneumatic transmission lines
Robinson, John Alvin.
[1961]. 55 leaves (some folded).

An apparatus for the production of a neutral hydrogen beam in the energy range of 10 to 1000 eV
Verbeek, Henning. ; Eckstein, Wolfgang
Garching bei München. Max-Planck-Inst. für Plasmaphysik,. 1983.. 16 S..

An apparatus to measure red cell permeability at low temperature
Papanek, Thomas Henry.
1975.. 175 leaves.

An apparent failure of the photon theory of scattering,
Shankland, Robert S.,
[Lancaster, Pa., . Lancaster press, inc.,. 1936]. 1 p. l., p. [8]-13..

¬An¬ apparent Inhibition by 'CIPC' of respiration in germinating pea seeds, sinulated by a morphogenetic reaction
Wassink, Evert Christiaan ; Elk, B. C. M. ¬van¬
Wageningen. Veenman. 1961. 14 S. : Ill. ; 8-o. Mededelingen van de Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen, Nederland ; 61,(17).

¬An¬ Apparently Unknown Manuscript About Seventeenth Century Syria and Palestine
Landau, Jacob M.
1993.

An apparent statistical relationship between polar heat budget and zonal circulation
Huschke, R. E. ; Fletcher, J. O. ; Rapp, R. Robert,
Santa Monica, Calif., . Rand Corp.,. 1967. vii, 7 p..

An apparition
London. Pubd. by W. Holland, No. 50 Oxford Street, May 1,. 1790.. 1 print.

An appartment called freedom: a novel
QuÖsaibÅi, ÇGÅazÅi °Abd-ar-RaÖhmÅan al- ; Mcöughlin, Leslie
London [u.a.]. Kegan Paul Intern.. 1996. IX, 241 S..
ISBN 0-7103-0550-8

An appeal against anarchy of sex to the Constitutional Convention and the people of the state of New York
Member of the press.
New York. J.A. Gray & Green,. 1867.. 21 p. ;.

An appeal against the Roman Catholic claims ...
C., S.
London. Printed for J.J. Stockdale,. 1812.. iv, [5]-22 p. ;.

An appeal and caution to the British nation: with proposals for the immediate or gradual emancipation of the slaves
Member of the Dominica Legislature.
London. Printed for J. Richardson,. 1824.. viii, 82 p. ;.

¬An¬ Appeal by Japanese people concerning the Manchurian problem
(Dairen). (1931).

An appeal by the people of the state of texas, of the territory between the Nueces river and the Rio Grande,
Corpus Christi, Tex., . Free press print.,. 1878.. p. cm..

¬An¬ appeale from the court to the country
Member of Parliament lawfully chosen but secluded illegally by my L. Protector
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1656.

An Appeale to heaven and heavens ministers, the most Reverend Pastors of Gods word, now assembled in the Synode of England and to all the faithfull people of God: from all the prisoners, imprisoned for debt, in the severall goals within t Kingdome of England, and principalitie of Wales : together with divers infallible reasons shewing that imprisonment of men for debt is contrary to the Law of God, the law of nations, as also, the fundamentall lawes of this kingdome
J. M. F.
[London?. s.n.. 1644]. 8 p..

An appeal for aid, in behalf of the suffering women and children of the South.
New York. H. Croker, Sr.,. 1867.. 26 p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal for judgment
Crane, Richard
London. 1664. 1 S..

<<An>> appeal for justice: the life of Dr. Henry Bathurst, Lord Bishop of Norwich, 1744-1837
Hanekamp, Johan Carel
Utrecht . 1992. XV, 355 S..

An appeal for rationalism,
Folken, Garrett,
Schuyler, Neb., . Sun Publishing Company,. c1926.. 58 p..

¬An¬ appeal for rationality in the policy activism debate
Taylor, John Brian
1986.

An appeal for religious unity and for union of the people of God: with special reference to the cause and effect of religious divisions.
[S.l.. s.n.,. 19--]. 177 p. ;.

An appeal for the floating church: and other poems
Souder, Edmund A.,
Philadelphia. King & Baird,. 1851.. 83 p. ; 20 cm..

An appeal for the influence of women in behalf of the cause of temperance
One of its friends.
Portland [Me.. s.n.],. 1861. . 34 p..

<<An>> appeal for the mountains: prepared on the occasion of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro, June 1992, with the purpose of raising the status of mountains on the world's development and environment agenda
Berne . Mountain Agenda. 1992. 44 S..

An appeal for the purchase and future preservation of the home and grave of Washington
Charleston. A.J. Burke,. 1857.. 8 p. ;.

An appeal for the speedy completion of the water line of Virginia: and through that of the great central water line of the union, which will reach from the wharves of Norfolk, far into Kansas, and eventually to the very bases of the Rocky mountains ...
Bisbie, D. T.
Norfolk, . C.H. Wynne,. 1857.. ii, (3)-24 p..

¬An¬ appeal from the court to the country
[London]. 1656. 8 S..

An appeal from the hasty to the deliberative judgment of the people of England: containing a statement of the manifold services rendered by our fellow-countrymen in India ... : also, vindicating the characters of the many from the imputations thrown on them by the conduct of a few : together with some important hints to ministers, and to the nation in general : but more immediately valuable to the shipping interests of this kingdom : and humbly recommended to the perusal of the members of an august assembly, during the discussion of the Bengal petition now before them.
London. J. Brett,. 1787.. iv, [5]-62 p. ;.

An appeal from the inner front: the origin of the Big Ben silent minute observance.
Pole, Wellesley Tudor.
Letchworth [England]. St. Christopher Press,. 1940.. [4] p. ;.

An appeal from the judgments of Great Britain respecting the United States of America: part first, containing an historical outline of their merits and wrongs as colonies, and strictures upon the calumnies of the British writers
Walsh, Robert, ; Brown, William,
Philadelphia. Published by Mitchell, Ames, and White. 1819.. lvi, 512 p. ;.

An appeal from the judgments of Great Britain respecting the United States of America: containing an historical outline of their merits and wrongs as colonies, and strictures upon the calumnies of the British writers
Walsh, Robert,
Philadelphia. Mitchell, Ames, and White,. 1819 . lvi, 512 p..

An appeal from the judgments of Great Britain respecting the United States of America.
Walsh, Robert,
New York, . Negro Universities Press. [1969]. lvi, 512 p..

¬An¬ appeal from the late David Morgan, Esq: Barrister at Law, to the good people of Englang [sic], against a late scurrilous paper, intitled, A faithful narrative of the wonderful and surprising appearance of Counsellor Morgan's ghost, &c
Morgan, David Thomas
London. printed for W.Webb near St. Pauls. [1746?]. 8p.

An Appeal from the Supream Court of Judicature of Holland, Zealand and West-Friesland, to the king of Great Brittain, or, The Case briefly stated between George Carew Esquire, administrator of the goods and chattels of Sir William Courten, Knight deceased, with his will annexed, and the heirs of Sir Jacob Cats, late pensionaris of Holland and West-Friesland
[Middleburgh?] printed. [s.n.],. 1674. 8 p.

An Appeal from the twenty eight judges: to the spirit of truth & true judgment in all faithful Friends, called Quakers, that meet at this Yearly Meeting at Burlington, the 7 month, 1692
Keith, George,
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Bradford,. 1692]. 8 p. ;.

An appeal from the twenty-eight judges to the spirit of truth and true judgment in all faithful friends called quakers that meet at this yearly meeting at Burlington, 7 mo. 1692
Keith, George
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.] - [3. ed.]. Philadelphia, Pa. 1692. Evans 599.

An appeal from the twenty eight judges to the spirit of truth & true judgment in all faithful Friends, called Quakers, that meet at this Yearly Meeting at Burlington, the 7 month, 1692
Keith, George, ; Hutcheson, George,
[Philadelphia. W. Bradford,. 1692]. 8 p..

An appeal from the wishes of an interested to the deliberate judgment of an impartial and constitutional tribunal
Clark, James W.
Raleigh [N.C.]. Printed at the Minerva press by Alexander Lucas,. 1814.. 30 p..

An appeal in aid of the Industrial College for Women and Girls.
Boston. Isaac W. May, Printer,. 1869.. 8 p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal in behalf of the poor: submitted to the consideration of those who take an interest in bettering their condition
MACCORMAC, HENRY
Repr. [d. Ausg.] Belfast 1831. 1972.

¬An¬ appeal in behalf of the views of the eternal world and state, and the doctrines of faith and life: Held by the body of Christians who believe that a new church is signified (in the revelations, chap. XXI.) by the new Jerusalem: embracing answers to all principal objections
Noble, Samuel
3.ed.. London. London New Church Missionary & Tract Soc.. 1855. XXIV, 508 S..

An Appeal in behalf of the views of the eternal world and state, and the doctrines of faith and life, held by the body of christians who believe that a New Church is signified <in the revelation, chap. XXI.> by the New Jerusalem
Noble, S.
2-d edition. London. 1838.

An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans
Child, Lydia Maria Francis ; Karcher, Carolyn L.
Amherst. Univ. of Massachusetts Press. 1996. LXII, 207 S..
ISBN 1-558-49006-X cloth : alk. paper

An appealing act: why people appeal in civil cases
Barclay, Scott
Evanston, Ill. Northwestern University Press. 1999. viii, 197 p..
ISBN 0-8101-1696-0 acid-free paper

An appeal most humble yet most earnestly by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our gathering together unto him, even adjuring the consideration of the most contrary minded who love his appearing: concerning the Scripture on due compare, speaking expresly, or word for word : of the thousand years state of the saints, the dead raised first, and of the living, the remaining chang'd in it : and of the wicked-dead-raised, the Gog Magog under it
Beverley, Thomas.
[London]. Printed for John Salusbury ...,. 1691.. [2], 10, 2, 11-12 p..

An appeal of murther from certain unjust judges, lately sitting at the Old Baily, to the righteous Judge of heaven and earth and to all sensible English-men, containing a relation of the tryal, behaviour, and death of Mr. William Anderton, executed June 16, 1693, at Tyburn, for pretended high-treason.
Grascome, Samuel,
[London. s.n.,. 1693]. 41, [1] p. ;.

An appeal of oppressed White Russia,
[Chicago, Ill., . White Russian committee,. 19--]. p. cm..

An appeal of the people of West Virginia, to Congress,
[Wheeling, . 1862]. p. cm..

¬An¬ appeal on behalf of the British subjects resident in ... the river Plate against any further violent intervention by the British and French governments in the affairs of that country
[S.l.]. 1846.

An Appeal on the subject of slavery;: addressed to the members of the New England and New Hampshire conferences of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Willson, Shipley Wells. [from old catalog]
Boston, . D.H. Ela,. 1835.. p. cm..

An appeal recommended to the kind consideration of the Protestant clergy, and to all to whom the cause of Christ on Earth is dear, in behalf of the Protestant church, in the Diocese of Ohio
Kenyon, George Kenyon,
[London?. s.n.,. 1827?] . 2, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal to all the true members
Wake, William
London. Sare. 1698.

An appeal to all the true members of the Church of England, in behalf of the King's ecclesiastical supremacy ...
Wake, William,
London. Printed for Richard Sare ...,. 1698.. [9], xxv, [3], 123, [1] p..

An appeal to backslidden Christians
Whitfield, Theo. ; Ryle, J. C. ; Ryle, J. C.
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]. Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,. 2000.

An appeal to Britain on a subject of vast importance
Lover of his country.
Newcastle. Printed by G. Atkinson,. 1832.. 12 p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal to British fair play
Lutz, Hermann
2. ed.. Berlin. Dt. Verl.-Ges. für Politik und Geschichte. 1924. 78 S..

An appeal to Britons
[England]. Pub. Aug. 23, 1820 by S. W. Fores, 41 Picadilly,. 1820.. 1 print.

An appeal to capitalists, and the rest of the community of the British empire, on the state of its trading and commercial interests, and submitting a remedy for the evils to which they are subjected ...
London, . Printed for the author, and sold by Holdsworth and Ball,. 1829.. 34 p..

¬An¬ appeal to Ceasar on the nature and situation of our public affairs
London. 1746.

¬An¬ Appeal to common reason and candor, in behalf of a review: Submitted to the serious consideration of all unprejudiced members of the Church of England. With a word concerning some late remarks upon the free and candid disquisitions. [Verf.: John Jones.]
Jones, John ¬[erm. Verf.]¬
London. Mollar. 1750. IV, 154 S..

An appeal to common reason and candour in behalf of a Review submitted to the serious considerations of all unprejudiced members of the Church of England. With a word concerning some late Remarks upon the free and candid Disquisitions
Jones, John [erm.Verf.]
London.

An appeal to common sense;: or, Striking remarks on the conduct of L--t G--l Bl--gh, and C--re Lord H-e, in the late expedition on the coast of France;
London, . Printed for J. Coote. [1759?]. p. cm..

¬An¬ appeal to common sense : or a vindication of Woodwards state of physic
London. 2. ed.. 1719.

An appeal to common sense and the Constitution,
Boston, . 1834.. p. cm..

¬An¬ Appeal to Common Sense in Behalf of Religion
Edinburgh.

¬An¬ appeal to common sense in behalf of religion: (1766 - 1772)
Oswald, James (Philosoph) ; Fieser, James ¬[Hrsg.]¬
Bristol [u.a.]. Thoemmes. 2000. XXXVIII, 315 S.. Scottish common sense philosophy ; 1.

An appeal to Congress and to the people of the United States: some facts and texts for their consideration on the financial condition of the country, including some remarks on the action and policy of the Secretary of the Treasury and the speech of the Hon. Henry G. Stebbins.
Townsend, Samuel P.
[New York. s.n.,. 1864]. 12 p. ;.

An Appeal to Congress in behalf of the Northwest, in connection with the construction of the Northern Pacific railroad and telegraph.
Ramsey, Alexander,
Washington, . Intelligencer printing establishment,. 1866.. 16 p. cm..

¬An¬ appeal to every honest man in England: upon an attempt to repeal the acts, to prevent the exportation of wool
Atkinson, William
Bradford. Printed for the author. 1816. 8 p..

¬An¬ appeal to experience and common sense by a comparison of the present with former periods
London. 1802.

¬An¬ appeal to facts: in a letter to the Right Hon. Earl Temple
Dalrymple, John ; Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1763. 21 p..

An Appeal to facts regarding the home trade and inland manufactures of Great Britain and Ireland.
London. Printed for George Woodfall ...,. 1751.. viii, 9-64 p. ;.

An appeal to facts, to justify the conduct of dissenters from the established church.
Nottingham, . Printed and sold by J. Dunn,. 1803.. p. cm..

An appeal to God and the King: together with a true narrative of unparallell'd grievances &c. wherein may be seen as a mirrour ... the surpassing miseries of the English nation above other nations for having the best and most wholesome laws in the whole world, yet being so excessively corrupted by covetousness of money in the law-practicers as now they are ... and unless some expedient be found out for a just and due administration of justice without fee or bribe, 'tis impossible for this nation to be happy, but must remain the most miserable nation in the whole world
Albyn, Benjamin
London. Printed for the author,. 1697. [9], 40 p.

An Appeal to Heaven;: [Sound recording] [a collection of hymns, anthems, Psalm tunes, and canons from the earliest American authors]
Hill, Richard V., ; Childs, William. [from old catalog] ; Billings, William, ; Naumann, Johann Gottlieb, ; Ingalls, Jeremiah, ; French, Jacob, ; Holden, Oliver, ; Holden, Oliver, ; Bray, John,
[n.p.] . Old North Bridge Records ONB 1762. p1975.. p. 1 disc. 33 1/3 rpm. stereo. 12 in..

Hill, Rrfeldprobleme in der Kontinuumsmechanik. U. Langer ...
Stuttgart. SFB 404, Geschäftsstelle. 2005. 29 S. : graph. Darst.. Bericht / Universität Stuttgart, Sonderforschungsbereich 404, Mehrfeldprobleme in der Kontinuumsmechanik ; 2005,06.
geh.

An appeal to heaven and earth, against the Christian Epicureans, who have betrayed their king and countrey, and exposed them to the judgments of God: drawn up in questions theological, and theologico-political
Socrates Christianus,
London. [s.n],. 1691. [8], 12 p.

An appeal to Hindu law-makers for constitutional ban on coversion of Hindus
Talreja, Kanaiyalalu Manghandasu.
New Delhi. Rashtriya Chetana Sangathan,. 2002.. 181 p..

An appeal to His Excellency the Governor, His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, the Honorable Council, the Honorable Senate, and to each member of the House of Representatives, in general court assembled.
[Boston. s.n.,. 1812]. 8 p. ;.

An appeal to His Royal Highness Emperor HaÐile SelassÐie I of Ethiopia on the occasion of his visit to the U.S.A.
Dinke, Berhanou. ; Dinke, Berhanou. ; Dinke, Berhanou.
[Washington, D.C.?. Berhanou Dinke,. 1966?]. 1 v. (3 pamphlets).

An appeal to history: the truth about a singular lawsuit
Avril, Prosper.
USA. Universal Publishers,. 1999.. 304 p..

An appeal to honest people against wicked priests;: or, The very heathen laity's declarations for civil obedience and liberty of conscience, contrary to the rebellious and persecuting principles of some of the old Christian clergy; with an application to the corrupt parts of the priests of this present time, publish'd on occasion of Dr. Sacheverrell's last sermon.
Toland, John,
London. Printed for Mrs. Smith in Cornhill, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster,. [1713?]. 1 p. L., 57 p..

¬An¬ appeal to impartial posterity: by Madame Roland, wife of the Minister of the Interior; or, a collection of tracts written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pélagie, ... Translated from the French ..
Roland
Second edition, revised and corrected. ... London. printed for J. Johnson. 1796. 2v..

¬An¬ appeal to impartial posterity: by Citizenness Roland, wife of the Minister of the Home Department: or, a collection of pieces written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pélagie: ... Translated from the French
Roland
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1795. [4],viii,188;[4],151,[1];[4],198p..

¬An¬ appeal to impartial posterity: or, A collection of tracts written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pelagie, in Paris
Roland de la Platière, Jeanne-Marie
1. American ed., corr.. New York. van Hook. 1798. 2 vols..

An appeal to impartial posterity. By Madame Roland, wife of the minister of the interior: or, A collection of tracts written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey, and St. Pelagie, in Paris.: In four parts.
Roland, ; Bosc, L. A. G.
New-York:. Printed by Robert Wilson, for A. Van Hook, proprietor of the reading-room.,. 1798. 2 v. ;.

An appeal to justice: litigated reform of Texas prisons
Crouch, Ben M. ; Marquart, James Walter ; Irwin, John [Vorr.]
1. ed. Austin. University of Texas Press. 1989. XIII, 280 S., [8] p. of plates.
ISBN 0-292-70407-0

An appeal to liberal christians for the cause of christianity in India.
Boston, . 1825.. p. cm..

¬An¬ appeal to matter of fact and common sense: or a ational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, J.
Bristol. 1773.

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense.: Or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate ...
Fletcher, John,
New-York, . Published by John Wilson and Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist connection in the United States.. 1810.. xi, [13]-236 p..

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense;: or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate.
Fletcher, John,
Cincinnati. Published by Swormstedt and Power, for the Methodist Episcopal Church,. 1850.. 214, 72 p..

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstation of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, John,
New York. Printed by Kirk & Robinson for the Methodist Society. 1804. 236 p. ;.

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstation of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, John,
New-Tork. J. Sould and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States,. 1818 . 200 p..

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstation of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, John,
Philadelphia. Printed by Solomon W. Conrad for Ezekiel Cooper,. 1802. 276 p.

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate
Fletcher, John,
New York. Daniel Hitt and Thomas Ware, for the Methodist Connection in the United States,. 1813 . 236 p..

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate ...
Fletcher, John,
[Philadelphia]. Bristol printed, Philadelphia re-printed by Melchior Steiner,. 1783.. xi, [1], 13-271 p.,.

An appeal to matter of fact and common sense, or, A rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate.
Fletcher, John,
Bristol. Printed by W. Pine,. 1772.. 210, 72, 8 p. ;.

¬An¬ Appeal to matter of fact and comon sense: Or, a rational demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate.
The 7. ed. London. 1796. 228 S..

An Appeal to my fellow townsmen in Torquay: and through them to the people of Devonshire and of the three kingdoms on behalf of the Rev. James Shore, ..., now imprisoned for costs in St. Thomas' Ward, Exeter, at the suit of the registrar of the Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Exeter
Eardley, Culling Eardley,
Torquay. Elliott, Cockrem, Croyden, and Wreyford ;. 1849.. 18 p. ;.

An appeal to patrons: on their solemn responsibility before God and man for the religious exercise of their sacred trust.
London. Printed by Geo. Ellerton,. 1835.. 56 p. ;.

An appeal to Pharaoh: the Negro problem, and its radical solution
McKinley, Carlyle,
New York. Fords, Howard & Hulbert,. 1890 [c1889]. 205, [13] p. ;.

An appeal to Prince Albert: on a great constitutional question
Late member of the middle temple.
London. J. Ridgway,. 1840.. 16 p..

An appeal to professing Christians respecting the attitude of the church in regard to war
Philadelphia. Friends' Book Store,. 1896.. 8 p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal to reason: a cool look at global warming
Lawson, Nigel
London [u.a.]. Duckworth. 2008. X, 149 S..
ISBN 978-0-7156-3786-9 (hbk.) : £9.99

¬An¬ appeal to reason and justice, in behalf of the British constitution: and the subjects of the British empire. In which the present important contest with the revolted colonies is impartially considered, the inconsistency of modern patriotism is demonstrated, the supremacy of Parliament is asserted ... and American independence is proved to be a manifest violation of the rights of British subjects. To which is added, an appendix, containing remarks on a pamphlet intitled, "Thoughts on the present state of affairs with America." By William Pulteney
London. printed for W. Nicoll. 1778.

¬An¬ Appeal to the American people: being an account of the persecutions of the church of latter day saints and of the barbarities inflicted on them by the inhabitants of the state of Missouri ; by authority of said Church
[S.l.]. 1840. 84 S.. ¬The¬ mormons and Utah ; 1,MOR-5.

An appeal to the American people: being an account of the persecutions of the church of Latter-day saints...
Cincinnati, . 1840.. p. cm..

An appeal to the American people as a jury.: Speeches on the tariff in the United State House of representatives, in the great debate, April 17-May 19, 1888 ...
Terrell, William G.,
Chicago, . Belford, Clarke & co.. [c1888]. 2 p. l., [3]-395 p..

An appeal to the Bible,: in the controversy what is genuine Christianity? and against the corruptions of that religion by the clergy; : containing strictures on Mr. Macclintock's ordination sermon, entitled "Evidences of Christianity."
Humphreys, Daniel,
Portsmouth: N.H.. Printed by Charles Peirce, no. 5, Daniet-Street [sic], and for sale at his bookstore.,. --1797. 59, [1] p. ;.

ˆAn‰ appeal to the British Nation by the Labour Party: an indictment of the coalition government togehter with the Labour Party's alternative
London. The Labour Party. 1920. 8 p. ; 25 cm.

An appeal to the British nation, on the humanity and policy of forming a national institution, for the preservation of lives and property from shipwreck
Hillary, William
Mikrokopie d. Ausg. London 1825. Reading. Library Preservation Systems Internat. Ltd. 1991. 1 Microfiche.
ISBN 1-558-79071-3

An appeal to the British public, by John Hay, late merchant in Leith: against acts of injustice, oppression, cruelty, and wrongous imprisonment, which he had suffered at the instance of Lord President Hope, and others of the Court of Session in Scotland.
Hay, John,
[Scotland. s.n.,. 1823?] . 16 p..

¬An¬ appeal to the British public, in the cause of the persecuted Greeks
Chatfield, Robert
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1822]. AthÅenai. 1974.

An appeal to the candid of all denominations: in which the obligation, subjects, and mode of baptism are discussed
Slicer, Henry,
New York. Carlton & Porten. [1841?]. 262 p. ;.

¬An¬ appeal to the candor, magnanimity and justice of those in power, to relieve from severe and approbrious [lt. BM: opprobrious] severities and penalties, a great number of their fellow subjects, who will give every security and testimony of their fidelity and attachement to the present establishment, which does not oblige them to violate the rights of conscience
London. 1787.

An appeal to the candor, magnanimity, and justice of those in power, to relieve from severe and opprobrious severities and penalties, a great number of their fellow subjects
London. [s.n.],. printed 1787.. 13, [3] p. (final leaf blank) ;.

An appeal to the Christian public, on the evil and impolicy of the church engaging in merchandise;
Philadelphia, . 1849.. p. cm..

<<An>> appeal to the church: the mission of the church in Asia
Flórez, Generoso M.
Anand . Gujarat Sahitya Prakash. 1986. XVIII, 213 S..

An Appeal to the common sense of Scotsmen: especially those of the landed interest, and more especially freeholders ... : together with a proposal of the last importance for saving the country from ruin ...
Edinburgh. Printed by W. Sands ... [and 2 others] ...,. 1747.. 10, 66 p. ;.

An appeal to the Congress of the United States ...: Vreeland bill...
[1902?]. p. cm..