¬A¬ narrative of the mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians: from its commencement, in the year 1740, to the close of the year 1808 ; comprising all the remarkable incidents which took place at their missionary stations during that period ; Interspersed with anecdotes, historical facts, speeches of Indians, and other interesting matter
Heckewelder, Johann G.
Philadelphia. M'Carthy & Davis. 1820. 429 S., ; 1 Ill..

A NARRATIVE OF THE MISSION OF THE UNITED BRETHREN AMONG THE DELAWARE AND MOHEGAN INDIANS, FOM ITS COMMENCEMENT, IN THE YEAR 1740, TO THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1808. COMPRISING ALL THE REMARKABLE INCIDENTS WHICH TOOK PLACE AT THEIR MISSIONARY STATIONS DURING THAT PERIOD. INTERSPERSED WITH ANECDOTES, HISTORICAL FACTS, SPEECHES OF INDIANS, AND OTHER INTERESTING MATTER. BY JOHN HECKEWELDER. PHILADELPHIA: M'CARTY A. DAVIS 1820. 429 S.
Heckewelder, Johann G.
1820.

A narrative of the missions to the new settlements: according to the appointment of the General Association of the state of Connecticut: : together with an account of the receipts and expenditures of the money contributed by the people of Connecticut, in May, 1793, for the support of the missionaries, according to an act of the General Assembly of the state
New-Haven--. Printed by T. & S. Green.,. 1794. [2], 16, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the missions to the new settlements according to the appointment of the general association of the state of Connecticut ...
Newhaven. 1794.

¬A¬ narrative of the mission to the court of Ava in 1855
Yule, Henry
London. Smith, Elder, and Co.. 1858.

¬A¬ narrative of the most deplorable death ... Capt. William Bedlow
[London]. Brooksby. [1680]. 8 S..

A narrative of the mutiny, on board His Britannic Majesty's Ship Bounty;: and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East-Indies.
Bligh, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Spotswood.,. MDCCXC. [1790]. [2], 70 p. ;.

Which psychotherapies in year 2000?: and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East-Indies.
Bligh, William, ; Cottraux, Jean ; Legeron, Patrick ; Mollard, Evelyne
Amsterdam [etc.] . Swets & Zeitlinger. cop. 1992. 216 S..

A narrative of the mutiny, on board His Majesty's ship Bounty;: and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies
Bligh, William, ; Nichol, G.,
London, . Printed for George Nichol, bookseller to His Majesty,. 1790. iv, 88 p..

¬A¬ Narrative of the mutiny, on board his Majesty's ship Bounty, and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew: In the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly islands, to Timor, a Dutch Settlement in the East Indies ; Illustrated with charts
Bligh, William
London. Nicol. 1790.

¬A¬ narrative of the mutiny on board His Majesty's ship Bounty, and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew in the ship's boat from Tofoa, one of the Friendly Islands, to Timor, a Dutch settlement in the East Indies
Bligh, William
London. George Nicol. 1790. Illustrated with charts..

¬A¬ narrative of the mutiny, on board His Majesty©s ship Bounty; and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in the ship©s boat, from Tofoa, one of the friendly islands, to Timor, a dutch settlement in the East Indies
Bligh, William
Repr. der Ausg. London, 1790. Adelaide. The Advertiser Print. Office. 1952. Getr. Zählung.

A narrative of the mutiny on board the whaleship globe
Lay
New York . Corinth Books .

A narrative of the naval part of the expedition to Portugal, under the orders of his imperial majesty, Dom Pedro, Duke of Braganza: With a vindication of himself, against the aspersions of vice-admiral Sertorius, and his secretary, captain Boid
Mins, Peter
London. 1833. m. 3 Taff.

A narrative of the negotiations occasioned by the dispute between England and Spain in the year 1790
Burges, James Bland,
[London?. s.n.,. 1791?]. vii, 307 p. ;.

A narrative of the Negro
Pendleton, Leila Amos
[Nachdr.]. New York, NY. Hall [u.a.]. 1996. XXX, 319 S.. African American women writers, 1910 - 1940.
ISBN 0-7838-1418-6

¬A¬ narrative of the operations of Captain Little's detachment, and of the Mahratta army, commanded by Purseram Bhow: during the late confederacy in India, against the Naval Tippoo Sultan Bahadur ; with Plates
Moor, Edward
London. Johnson. 1794. XV, 526 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the persecution of Hippolyto Joseph da Costa Pereira Furtado de Mendonça, a native of Colonia-do-Sacramento, on the River La Plata, imprisoned and tried in Lisbon, by the Inquisition, for the pretended crime of Free-Masonry
Mendonça, Hypolito J. ¬da¬
London. Lewis.

¬A¬ narrative of the persecution of the christians in Madagascar: with details of the escape of the six christian refugees now in England
Freeman, Joseph J. ; Johns, David
London. Snow. 1840. VIII, 298 S. : 1 Ill..

A narrative of the persecution of the Christians in Madagascar;: with details of the escape of six Christian refugees now in England.
Freeman, Joseph John, ; Johns, D.
London, . J. Snow,. 1840.. 1 p. l., viii, 298 p..

A narrative of the phanatical plot,: setting forth the treasonable and wicked designs which they have been carrying on against the King & government ... With an account of the treacherous contrivances against several worthy persons ... To which is added, a relation of the evil practices of John Rowse ... William Lewis ...
Zeale, John.
[London]. Printed for the author,. 1683.. [8], 36 p..

A narrative of the phanatical plot, setting forth the treasonable and wicked designs which they have been carrying on against the King & government, ever since the last Westminster Parliament: with an account of the treacherous contrivanc against several worthy persons, and the measures which they used to take off the Kings evidence by subornation : to which is added a relation of the evil practices of John Rowse (who was lately executed at Tyburn), William Lewis (who stands convicted), and others
Zeale, John.
[London]. Printed for the author, and are to be sold by most booksellers in Wetminster and London,. 1683.. [9], 36 p..

A narrative of the planting of the Massachusetts colony anno 1628.: With the Lord's signal presence the first thirty years. Also a caution from New-Englands apostle, the great Cotton, how to escape the calamity, which might befall them or their posterity. And confirmed by the evangelist Norton with prognosticks from the famous Dr. Owen. Concerning the fate of these churches, and animadversions upon the anger of God, in sending of evil angels among us.
Scottow, Joshua, ; Norton, John, ; Bradstreet, Simon,
Boston. Printed and sold by Benjamin Harris, at the sign of the Bible over against the Blew-Anchor.,. 1694. [4], 75, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the principal actions
Meadows, Philip
London. Brome. 1677. 180 S..

A narrative of the principal actions occurring in the wars betwixt Sueden and Denmark before and after the Roschild Treaty: with the counsels and measures by which those actions were directed : together with a view of the Suedish and other affairs, as they stood in Germany in the year 1675, with relation to England : occasionally communicated by the author to the Right Honourable George, late Earl of Bristol, and since his decease found among his papers.
Meadows, Philip, ; Bristol, George Digby,
London, . Printed by A. C. for H. Brome ...,. M.DC.LXXVII [1677]. [4], 176 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the principal transactions betwixt the agents and officers of the Hon. East India Company and George Dodwell, Commander of the ship Patty, respecting a voyage to Sooloo in 1765 and 1766
s.l.. 1773.

¬A¬ narrative of the proceeding of the commissioners ... for ejecting scandalous ... ministers
Bushnell, Walter
[London]. Clavell. 1660.

¬A¬ narrative of the proceeding of the society of Baptists in York: ... to which is added a brief account of their present views of the faith and practice of the gospel ...
Eaton, David
3. ed.. London. 1823.

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house ... [7 - 10 July]
London. D. M.. 1675. 8 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings at the Sessions-house for London
London. Davis. 1680. 4 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bailey, April 21, 1680
[London]. [1680]. 4 S..

A narrative of the proceedings of George Keith at Coopers-Hall in the city of Bristol, the 14th day of August 1700, in detecting the errors of Benjamin Cool, and his brethren the Quakers at Bristol: which were read before a great auditory of ministers and other citizens and inhabitants : and divers other memorable passages between him and the Quakers at Bristol, particularly a dialogue at Coopers-Hall between a Quaker cobler and G. Keith, and another dialogue between some Quakers and G. Keith at B. Cool's house in Bristol : together with some of the chiefest Quotations out of the books of B. Cool and W. Penn, read at the same place, the same day
Keith, George,
London. Printed for J. Gwillim,. 1700.. 31 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of His Majesty's fleet in the Mediterranean, and the combined fleet of France and Spain, from the year 1741 to March 1744.: Including an accurate account of the late fight near Toulon, and the causes of our miscarriage: the lines of battle on both sides, plans of Villa Franca, Naples, Hieres Bay, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Cadiz: also the French admiral's journal. With notes, original papers, letters, many useful observations, and Admiral Vernon's additional signals, greatly wanted on the late occasion, never printed before.
London. Millan,. [1745?]. 135 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of His Majesty's fleet in the Mediterranean, and the combined fleets of France and Spain, from the year 1741, to March 1744.: Including an accurate account of the late fight near Toulon, and the causes of our miscarriage: the lines of battle on both sides, plans of Villa Franca, Naples, Hieres bay, and Toulon: the French admiral's journal in French and English, from the time he left Toulon, until he anchored with his fleet in Alicant road. Likewise some signals greatly wanted on the late occasion: and a list of captains and lieutenants made by Admiral Mathews in the Mediterranean, their different removes, &c. With many useful observations.
London, . J. Millan,. 1744.. viii, 112 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of Sir Edmond Androsse and his complices,: who acted by an illegal and arbitrary commission from the late K. James, during his government in New England.
Stoughton, William, ; Mather, Increase,
[Boston. s.n.],. Printed in the year 1691. 12 p. ;.

A narrative of the proceedings of the black people during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia in the year 1793,: and a refutation of some censures thrown upon them in some late publications,
Jones, Absalom, ; Allen, Richard,
[Philadelphia, . Rhistoric Publications,. 1969]. 28 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793:
Jones, Absalom, ; Allen, Richard, ; Murray, Daniel Alexander Payne,
London: . Reprinted, and sold by Darton and Harvey,. 1794.. 24 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793: and a refutation of some censures, thrown upon them in some late publications.
Jones, Absalom, ; Allen, Richard, ; Clarkson, Matthew,
Philadelphia:. Printed for the authors, by William W. Woodward, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street.,. 1794. 28 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings of the british fleet, commanded by Admiral Sir John Jervis, K. B. in the late action with the spanish fleet, on the fourteenth of February, 1797, off Cape St. Vincent: in a letter to a friend
Drinkwater, John
Facs. repr. [d. Ausg. London: J. Johnson, 1797]. London. Cornmarket Pr.. 1971. 27, III S..
ISBN 0-7191-2016-0

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings of the British fleet, commanded by Admiral Sir John Jervis, K.B. in the late action with the Spanish fleet, on the fourteenth of February, 1797, off Cape St. Vincent's ... Illustrated with eight plans, ... By an officer of His Majesty's land-forces
Drinkwater, John
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1797.

A narrative of the proceedings of the commissioners appointed by O. Cromwell, for ejecting scandalous and ignorant ministers, in the case of Walter Bushnell, clerk, Vicar of Box in the county of Wilts: wherein is shewed that both commissiers, ministers, clerk, witnesses have acted as unjustly even as was possible for men to do by such a power, and all under the pretence of godliness and reformation.
Bushnell, Walter, ; Chambers, Humphrey,
[London]. Printed for R. Clavell at the Stags-head in S. Pauls church yard,. 1660.. [16], 256 p..

A narrative of the proceedings of the Corporation of Harvard College, relative to the late disorders in that seminary.
Webber, Samuel,
Cambridge. Printed by W. Hilliard,. 1807.. 19 p. ;.

A narrative of the proceedings of the Court of King's-Bench, in Ireland, relating to the trial of Mary Heath, for perjury:: in two letters. The first, from a council learned in the law, who was well acquainted with the whole proceedings. The second, from a gentleman who attended the trial...
Heath, Mary,
London. Printed for J. King,. 1745.. iv, 5-80 [i.e. 84]p. ;.

A Narrative of the proceedings of those ministers of the county of Hampshire, &c. that have disapproved of the late measures taken in order to the settlement of Mr. Robert Breck, in the pastoral office in the First Church in Springfield.: With a defence of their conduct in that affair.
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1736. [4], 93, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the proceedings relating to the suspension of the King of the French, on the 10th of August, 1792
Aumont, J. B. d'.
Manchester. Printed by M. Falkner and Co. ...,. 1792.. 58 p. ;.

A Narrative of the proceedings relative to the discovery of the longitude at sea by Mr. John Harrison's time-keeper,: subsequent to those published in the year 1763.
Harrison, John, ; Sandby, William,
London, . Printed for the author and sold by Mr. Sandby,. 1765.. 18 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the proceedings relative to the discovery of the longitude at sea; by Mr. John Harrison's time-keeper; subsequent to those published in the year 1763
Harrison, John
London. printed for the author, and sold by Mr. Sandby. 1765.

A narrative of the proceedings subsequent to the royal adjudication, concerning the lands to the westward of Connecticut River, lately usurped by New-Hampshire,: with remarks on the claim, behaviour, and misrepresentations, of the intruders under that government: intended as an appendix to the General Assembly's State of the right of the colony of New-York (with respect to its eastern boundary, on Connecticut River, so far as concerns the late encroachments under the government of New-Hampshire) published at their session 1773
New-York:. Printed by John Holt, near the Coffee-House.,. M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]. 28, [66] p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the process against Madam Brinvilliers
London. Edwyn. 1676. 24 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the progress of his most Christian Majesties armes against the Dutch
Savoy. Newcomb. 1672. 11 S..

A narrative of the religious controversy in Fitchburg: with comments on a pamphlet, entitled "Facts and documents," &c., published by the church under the late care of the Rev. Samuel Worcester, and general remarks : the work is designed to defend the rights of private Christians, to advance the order, and strengthen the conexion [sic] of the churches.
Worcester, [Mass.]. From the press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun.,. 1804.. 71 p..

A narrative of the religious controversy in Fitchburg,: with comments on a pamphlet entitled "Facts and documents"...
Worcester, . Thomas,. 1804.. 71p..

A narrative of the religious controversy in Fitchburg.: With comments on a pamphlet, entitled "Facts and documents," &c.,
Worcester: From the press of Isaiah Thomas, . jun. September--1804.. iv, [5]-71, [4] p..

A Narrative of the remarkable affair between Mr. Simonds, the Polish Jew merchant, and Mr. James Ashley, merchant of Bread-Street, London: wherein the robbery at Cranford-Bridge, the several trials at the Old-Bailey, Kings-Bench, and Chelmsford, are particularly set forth, and an impartial enquiry made into the truth of the several facts sworn on both sides ...
London. Printed for Samuel Clay,. 1752.. viii, 50 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the revolt and insurrection in the island of Grenada. By Gordon Turnbull
Turnbull, Gordon
Second edition, with additions. London. printed by A. Paris; sold by Vernor and Hood; and Arch. Constable, Edinburgh. 1796.

¬A¬ narrative of the revolt and insurrection of the French inhabitants of the island of Grenada: By an eye-witness
Turnbull, Gordon
Edinburgh. printed for Arch. Constable; and sold in London by Vernor & Hood. 1795.

A narrative of the rise and progress of the improvements effected in His Majesty's gaol at Ilchester: in the county of Somerset, between July 1808, and November 1821, under the governance, suggestion, and superintendance of Wm. Bridle, keeper : being the first part of his exposition of, and answer to, the charges lately brought against him by Henry Hunt, a prisoner confined in the said gaol.
Bridle, William.
[England?. s.n.],. 1822 . [154], 36 p., [2] folded leaves of plates.

A narrative of the rise, progress & issue of the late law-suits,: relative to property held and devoted to pious uses; in the First Precinct in Rehoboth: containing the substance of the records which shew for whose use and benefit the property was originally intended; : together with some observations on certain constitutional principles, which respect the support of public worship, and the equal protection and establishment of all regular denominations of Christians.
Ellis, James,
Warren (Rhode-Island):. Printed by Nathaniel Phillips,,. M,DCC,XCV. [1795]. x, [1], 12-76 p. ;.

A narrative of the rise, progress & issue of the late law suits, relative to property held and devoted to pious uses, in the first precinct in Rehoboth: containing the substance of the records which shew for whose use and benefit the property was originally intended : together with some observations on certain constitutional principles, which respect the support of public worship, and the equal protection and establishment of all regular denominations of Christians
Ellis, James,
Warren (Rhode-Island). Printed by Nathaniel Phillips,. 1795.. x, [11]-76 p. ;.

A narrative of the robbery of the Nantucket Bank: compiled from original documents
Coffin, William ; Gardner, Albert
Nantucket [Mass.]. Henry Clapp,. 1816 . xviii, 69 p.

A narrative of the robbery of the Nantucket Bank, compiled from original documents
Coffin, William, ; Gardner, Albert.
Nantucket. Published by Henry Clapp,. 1816.. 69 p. ;.

A narrative of the service of Company D, First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, in the war of the rebellion, 1861 to 1865.: From the organization of the Company to its final discharge; with a list of members, and individual history of each, so far as obtainable.
Morgan, William Henry,
Boston, . Press of S. Woodberry,. 1907.. 79 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the sessions: or, an account of the notorious high-way-men and others ; Lately tryed and condemned at the Old-Bayly
[London]. Brooksby. 1673.

A narrative of the shipwreck and unparalleled sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her passage in May last from New York to New Orleans: being the substance of a letter from the unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her sister in Boston.
Allen, Sarah.
Boston. Printed by Henry Trumbull,. 1817.. 24 p..

A narrative of the shipwreck, captivity and sufferings of Horace Holden and Benj. H. Nute;: who were cast away in the American ship Mentor, on the Pelew Islands, in the year 1832; and for two years afterwards were subjected to unheard of sufferings among the barbarous inhabitants of Lord North's Island.
Holden, Horace,
Boston, . Russell, Shattuck, and co.,. 1836.. xii, [13]-133 p. incl. front..

A narrative of the shipwreck, captivity & sufferings of Horace Holden & Benj. H. Nute
Holden, Horace
Repr. [1836]. Fairfield, Wash.. Galleon Press. 1975. 72 S..
ISBN 0-87770-147-4

A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham galley: in her voyage from England to Boston : with an account of the miraculous escape of the captain and his crew, on a rock, called Boone-Island; the hardships they endured there, and their happy deliverance
Dean, John, ; Whitworth, Miles
[London?. s.n.],. 1762. 28 p. ;.

A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham galley, in her voyage from England to Boston.: With an account of the miraculous escape of the captain and his crew, on a rock called Boone-Island; the hardships they endured there, and their happy deliverance.
Dean, John, ; Whitworth, Miles.
[London?. s.n.],. Printed in the year M.DCC.LXII. [1762]. [4], 28 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the shipwreck of the Oswego of South-Barbary and of the sufferings of the master and his crew while in bondage among the Arabs
Paddock, Judah
London. Longman u.a.. 1818. XVI, 372 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the shipwreck of the Oswego, on the coast of South Barbary, and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs: interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants and the peculiar perils of that coast
Paddock, Judah
London. Longman ¬[u.a.]¬. 1818. XVI, 372 S..

A narrative of the shipwreck of the Oswego on the coast of South Barbary, and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs, interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants and the peculiar perils of that coast.
Paddock, Judah. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown,. 1818.. 372 p..

A narrative of the shipwreck of the ship Oswego: on the coast of South Barbary, and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs; interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants, and concerning the peculiar perils of that coast,
Paddock, Judah
New York, . Published by Captain James Riley. J. Seymour, printer,. 1818. 332 p..

A narrative of the shipwreck of the ship Oswego, on the coast of South Barbary: and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs : interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants, and concerning the peculiar perils of that coast
Paddock, Judah.
New York. Captain James Riley,. 1818 . 332 p..

A narrative of the siege of Carlisle, in 1644 and 1645: now first printed from a Ms in the British Museum
Tullie, Isaac ; Jefferson, Samuel [Hrsg.]
Facsim. of ed. published: Carlisle : S. Jefferson, 1840. Whitehaven. Michael Moon. 1988. XXIV, 48 S..
ISBN 0-904131-35-1

¬A¬ narrative of the siege of London-derry
Mackenzie, John
London. Baldwin. 1690.

A narrative of the state of religion within the bounds of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church: and of the General Associations of Connecticut, of New-Hampshire , of Massachusetts proper, and of the General Convention of Vermont during the last year.
Philadelphia. Printed by Thomas & William Bradford,. 1816.. 8 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the state of the case between John Cromwel ... and ... his wife
London. 1652.

A narrative of the state of the case between John Cromwel Esquire and Abigaile his wife, plaintiffes, Thomas Berney Esquire, and John Awcock Gent. defendants: extracted out of the bill, answers, proceedings, and proofes in the Court of Chcery : touching the mannors of Buckenbam-Ferry, and Hassingham, Ornesby Burrough, and Scrotby in the county of Norfolke, heretofore the inheritance of Sir Henry Cleere.
London. [s.n.],. 1652.. [2], 22 p..

A narrative of the strange principles, conduct and character of the people known by the name of Shakers: whose errors have spread in several parts of North-America, but are beginning to diminish, and ought to be guarded against. : In two numbers.
Taylor, Amos,
Worcester, (Massachusetts). Printed [by Isaiah Thomas] for the author.,. MDCCLXXXII. [1782]. 23, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the strange principles, conduct and chararter of the people known by the name of Shakers ...
Taylor, Amos,
Worcester, Mass. Taylor,. 1782.. 23 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the sucess of the voyage of the ... Heneafe Finch, Earl of Winchelsea, ... from Smyrna to Constantinople: his arrival there, the manner of his entertainment and audience with the Grand Vizier and Grand Seignior
[S.l.]. I. R.. 1661. 11 S. ; 8-o.

A narrative of the sufferings and relief of a young girl; strangely molested by evil spirits and their instruments, in the west: collected from authentic testimonies, ..
Cullen, Francis Grant, ; MacGilchrist, John
Paisley. printed and sold by Alexander Weir,. 1775. 120p. ;.

A narrative of the sufferings and surprizing deliverances of William and Elizabeth Fleming,: who were taken captive by Capt. Jacob, commander of the Indians, who lately made the incursions on the fronties of Pennsylvania,
Fleming, William ; Fleming, Elizabeth,
Boston; New-England,. Printed and sold by Green & Russell, at their printing-office near the Custom-House, and next to the writing-school in Queen-Street.,. 1756. 20 p. ;.

A narrative of the sufferings in Upper Canada, with his family in the late war, and journey to Virginia and Kentucky, of M. Smith ...
Smith, M.
Lexington, Ky.. Printed for the author by Worley & Smith,. 1817.. 161 p. ;.

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison
Harbison, Massy
Facs. New York. Garland. 1977. 66, 192 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 42.
ISBN 0-8240-1666-1

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison,: from Indian barbarity, giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children, her escape, with an infant at her breast, communicated by herself; together with some account of the history, laws, religion, wars, and cruelties of the Indians, particularly in this western country ...
Harbison, Massy, ; Winter, John,
Beaver [Pa.] . Printed by W. Henry,. 1836.. 4 sheets..

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison,: from Indian barbarity, giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children her escape, with an infant at her breast;
Harbison, Massy,
Pittsburgh: . Printed by E. Engles,. 1825.. vi, [7]-66 p..

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison, from Indian barbarity: giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children, her escape, with an infant at her breast
Harbison, Massy, ; Winter, John.
Beaver [Pa.]. Printed by Wm. Henry,. 1836.. 192 p. ;.

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison, from Indian barbarity: giving an account of her captivity, the murder of her two children, her escape, with an infant at her breast ; together with some account of the cruelties of the Indians, on the Allegheny River, &c. during the years, 1790, '91, '92, '93, '94
Harbison, Massy,
Pittsburgh. Printed by S. Engles,. 1825.. 66 p. ;.

A narrative of the sufferings of Massy Harbison, from Indian barbarity, giving an account of her captivity,: the murder of her two children, her escape, with an infant at her breast;
Harbison, Massy,
Pittsburgh, . Printed by D. and M. MacLean,. 1828.. viii, [9]-98 p..

A narrative of the sufferings of Thomas Delaune
Delaune, Thomas
[London]. 1684. 25 S..

A narrative of the suppression by Col. Burr of the History of the administration of John Adams, late president of the United States, written by John Wood: to which is added, a biography of Thomas Jefferson ... and of General Hamilton : with strictures on the conduct of John Adams, and on the character of General C. C. Pinckney
Cheetham, James,
Baltimore [Md.]. [s.n., 1802?]. 72 p. ;.

A narrative of the transactions, imprisonment, and sufferings of John Connolly: an American loyalist, and lieutenant-colonel in His Majesty's service, in which are shewn, the unjustifiable proceedings of Congress, in his treatment and detention
Connolly, John,
[New York, . Reprinted for C.L. Woodward,. 1889]. 1 p. l., 62 p. ;.

A narrative of the transactions of the British squadrons in the East-Indies, during the late war;: comprehending, a particular account of the loss of Madaras, the operations of the squadron under the command of Admiral Griffin, in relation to which he is to be tried by a court-martial, at Chatham, on Monday, December the third; and the siege of Pontichery,
London, . D. Wilson,. 1751.. 1 p.l., 82 p..

A narrative of the transactions personally relating to the unfortunate Lewis the Sixteenth, king of France and Navarre;: from the period of his evasion from Paris, on the twentieth of June, 1791, to his death on the twenty-first of January, 1793.
Gifford, John,
London, . W. Locke,. 1793.. 99, [1] p..

Finance docket no. 28799 (Sub-no.'s 1F to 8F), St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company purchase (portion) - William M. Gibbons, trustee of the property of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company, debtor: finance docket 29028, Missouri Pacific Railroad Company - purchase (portion) - William Gibbons, trustee of the property of Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company, debtor
Dawkins, Carole. ; Albersheim, Steven R.
[Washington, DC]. The Branch,. [1979?]. 1 v. (various pagings).

A narrative of the travels and voyages of Davis Bill ...: containing many interesting adventures and events prior to the mutiny at the Nore in 1797, and since the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ...
Bill, Davis,
Brattleborough, Vt.. Printed by William Fessenden, and sold at the Brattleboro' Bookstore,. [1811]. 144 p..

A narrative of the treatment experienced by a gentleman, during a state of mental derangement;: designed to explain the causes and the nature of insanity, and to expose the injudicious conduct pursued towards many unfortunate sufferers under that calamity
Perceval, John,
London, . Wilson,. 1838-40. 2 v. ;.

A narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England,: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607. to this present year 1677. But chiefly of the late troubles in the two last years, 1675. and 1676. To which is added a discourse about the warre with the Pequods in the year 1637.
Hubbard, William,
Boston: . Printed by John Foster,. 1677.. 7 p. L., 132, [8], 7-12, 88 p..

A narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to this present year 1677, but chiefly of the late troubles in the two last years, 1675 and 1676: to which is added a discourse about the warre with the Pequods in the year 1637
Hubbard, William,
Boston. Printed by John Foster,. 1677. [15], 132, [8], 7-12, 88 p..

A narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprizing deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro man,---servant to General Winslow, of Marshfield, in New-England;: who returned to Boston, after having been absent almost thirteen years. : Containing an account of the many hardships he underwent from the time he left his master's house, in the year 1747, to the time of his return to Boston. --How he was cast away in the Capes of Florida;--the horrid cruelty and inhuman barbarity of the Indians in murdering the whole ship's crew;--the manner of his being carry'd by them into captivity. Also, an account of his being confined four years and seven months in a close dungeon,--and the remarkable manner in which he met with his good old master in London; who returned to New-England, a passenger, in the same ship
Hammon, Briton.
Boston,. Printed and sold by Green & Russell, in Queen-Street.,. 1760. 14 p. ;.

Root water uptake model depending on soil water pressure head and maximum extraction rate: who returned to Boston, after having been absent almost thirteen years. : Containing an account of the many hardships he underwent from the time he left his master's house, in the year 1747, to the time of his return to Boston. --How he was cast away in the Capes of Florida;--the horrid cruelty and inhuman barbarity of the Indians in murdering the whole ship's crew;--the manner of his being carry'd by them into captivity. Also, an account of his being confined four years and seven months in a close dungeon,--and the remarkable manner in which he met with his good old master in London; who returned to New-England, a passenger, in the same ship
Hoogland, J. C. ; Feddes, R. A. ; Belmans, C.
Wageningen. Inst.,. 1981.. S. 123 - 136..

A narrative of the very extraordinary adventures and sufferings of Mr. William Wills, late surgeon on board the Durrington Indiaman, Captain Richard Crabb, in her late voyage to the East-Indies, under the convoy of Admiral Boscawen.: Being, a continued series of cruelty and oppression, thro' the jealousy and ill-nature of ----, 'till his arrival at Bombay;- where he was tried by a court-martial of East-India captains. Together with an account of his banishment to Goa, and his voyae to Brazil, under Captain Kinsey ... To which is added, an account of his trial at Guild-hall in July last ...
Wills, William,
London. Printed for W. Webb ...,. 1750-51.. 2 pts. in 1 v..

A narrative of the Vice-Regal embassy to Vilcabamba, 1571, and of the execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru, Dec. 1571
Oviedo, Gabriel de, ; Markham, Clements R.
London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society,. 1908.. p. 397-412.

¬A¬ narrative of the victory obtained by the English and Dutch fleet, commanded by Admiral Russell, over that of France, near La-Hogue in the year 1692: containing a more particular account than has yet been given of that engagement ... drawn up by Sir Cloudesly Shovel's directions
Allyn, Richard ; Orford, Edward Russell ; Delaval, Ralph ; Shovell, Clowdisley
London. Printed for J. Robinson. 1744.

¬A¬ Narrative of the visit to the American churches
Reed, Andrew ; Matheson, James
New York. 1835.

A narrative of the voyages around the world performed by Captain James Cook: with an account of his life during the previous and intervening periods
Kippis, Andrew
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. Philadelphia. Porter and Coates. 1884. 424 S., [1] leaf of plates. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 29347.

A narrative of the voyages round the world: performed by Captain James Cook ; with an account of his life, during the previous and intervening periods
Kippis, Andrew
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. Bickers. 1883. x, [2], 404 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 15441.

A narrative of the voyages round the world performed by Captain James Cook: with an account of his life during the previous and intervening periods
Kippis, A(ndrew)
Chiswick [England]. 1826.

¬A¬ narrative of the wicked plots
Dugdale, Richard
London. Clavel. 1679.

A narrative of the wicked plots carried on by Seignior Gondamore: for advancing the Popish religion and Spainish faction
Dugdale, Richard.
London. Printed by T.P. and are to be sold by Robert Clavel ...,. 1679.. [4], 16 p. ;.

A narrative of the wicked plots carried on by Seignior Gondamore for advancing the popish religion and Spanish faction
Dugdale, Richard ; Lerma, Francisco Sandoval y Rojas, ; Gondomar, Diego Sarmiento de Acuña,
London. Printed by T.B. and are to be sold by Robert Clavel ...,. 1679. [4], 16 p.

A narrative of the wreck of the Minerva,: whaler of Port Jackson, New South Wales, on Nicholson's shoal, 24ê S. 179ê W.;
Bays, Peter,
Cambridge [Eng.]. B. Bridges,. 1831. viii, 181 p. ;.

A narrative of Thomas Smallwood (coloured man)
Smallwood, Thomas ; Almonte, Richard
[Toronto]. Mercury Press. 2000. 111 p..
ISBN 1-551-28082-5

A narrative of Thomas Smallwood, (Coloured man): giving an account of his birth, the period he was held in slavery, his release and removal to Canada, etc. : together with an account of the Underground Railroad
Smallwood, Thomas,
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]. Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,. 2001.

¬A¬ narrative of travels in Northern Africa in the years 1818, 19 and 20: accompanied by geograph. notices of Soudan, and of the course of the Niger, with a chart of the routes, and a variety of coloured plates, illustrative of the costumes of the several natives of Northern Africa
Lyon, George F.
New impr. [d. Ausg.] 1821. London. Darf. 1985. XII, 383 S. : Ill..
ISBN 1-85077-032-8 : No price

A narrative of travels in Northern Africa, in the years 1818, 19, and 20: accompanied by geographical notices of Soudan, and of the course of the Niger. With a chart of the routes, and a variety of coloured plates, illustrative of the costumes of the several natives of northern Africa
Lyon, G. F.
London. John Murray,. 1821.. xii, 383 p., [17] leaves of colored plates.

A narrative of travels on Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes and observations on the dimale, geology and naturalhistory of the Amazon valley.
Wallace, Alfred Russel,
London, . 1889. 363 s..

¬A¬ narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro
Wallace, Alfred R.
2. ed. of 1889. New York. Dover. 1972. 363 S..

¬A¬ Narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: with an account of the native tribes, ...
Wallace, Alfred Russel
London [u.a.]. Ward [u.a.]. 1889. XVI, 363 S..

A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro,: with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon valley.
Wallace, Alfred Russel, ; Bettany, G. T.
London. Ward, Lock,. 1889.. xiv, [2], 363, 4 p. (4 p. at end advertisements).

A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: with an account of the native tribes, and observations of the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley
Wallace, Alfred Russel,
London ; . Ward, Lock,. 1895.. xiv, 363 p., 16 leaves of plates.

A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro: with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley
Wallace, Alfred Russel,
London. Reeve,. 1853 . viii, 541 p., [8] leaves of plates.

¬A¬ Glossary of Spanish bird-names
Whinnom, Keith
London. Tamesis. 1966. 157 S.. Collección Támesis. Ser. A,3.

<<A>> narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes ...
Wallace, Alfred Russel
London . Reeve. 1853. 541 S..

A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley
Wallace, Alfred Russel,
New York. Greenwood Press,. 1969. xiv, 363 p..

A narrative of two excommunications upon Jesse Bradley, (for conscience sake;) by the Congregational Church in Lee.: [Four lines from St. Paul]
Bradley, Jesse,
Stockbridge [Mass.]:. Printed for the author, by Loring Andrews.,. 1796. 22, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of unheard of Popish cruelties
Dugdale, Richard
London. Hancock. 1680.