An account of Locke: its Chinese and the Dai Loy Gambling Hall
Walnut Grove, CA.. Sacramento River Delta Historical Society,. 1980.. 14 p..
An account of Locke, its Chinese, & the Dai Loy Gambling Hall
Walnut Grove, Calif.. Sacramento River Delta Historical Society,. [1980?]. 14,  p. ;.
An Account of Louisiana,: being an abstract of documents, in the offices of the Departments of State, and of the Treasury
Jefferson, Thomas, ; Sibley, John,
[Philadelphia]. Published by John Conrad, & Co. no. 30, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad, & Co. no 138, Market-Street, Baltimore; Rapin, Conrad, & Co. Washington City; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburg; and Bonsal, Conrad, & Co. Norfolk.,. November, 1803. 50 p.
An account of Louisiana: being an abstract of documents, in the offices of the Departments of State, and of the Treasury
Albany [N.Y.]. Printed by John Barber,. 1803.. 48 p. ;.
An account of Louisiana: comprising an account of its boundaries, history, cities, towns, settlements ...
Providence [R.I.]. Printed by Heaton & Williams,. . 72 p. ;.
¬An¬ account of Major General Kirck's safe arrival
London. Lyford. 1689.
An Account of Major General Kirck's safe arrival at London-derry
London. Printed for John Lyford ...,. 1689.. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ account of manufactured cotton goods, printed and plain, which habe been exported ... from Great Britain
An account of memorials presented to Congress during its last session, by numerous friends of their country and its institutions, praying that the mails may not be transported, nor post-offices kept open, on the sabbath.
New York. Published at the request of many petitioners,. 1829.. 32 p. ;.
An account of money and notes received for eastern lands, and paid into the Treasury, by the committee
[Boston. s.n.,. 1791]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of Monsieur de la Salle's last expedition and discoveries in North America.
London, . Printed for J.Tonson at the Judge's head, and S. Buckley at the Dolphin in Fleet-street, and R. Knaplock, at the Angel and crown in St. Paul's church-yard,. 1698.. p. cm..
¬An¬ account of Mr. Blunts late book: entituled King William and Queen Mary Conquerors
2. ed.. London. 1693.
An account of Mr. Firmin's religion, and of the present state of the Unitarian controversy
London. [s.n.],. 1698.. 83 p..
An Account of Mr. Francis Charlton's surrendring himself to the Bishop of Oxford: as also a copy of the letter sent by the Bishop to Madam Charlton, touching the same, dated the 2d of August, 1683.
London. Printed by G.C. ...,. 1683.. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of Mr. Joyce's arrest for "treasonable practices", his examination before His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, his commitment to the Tower, and subsequent treatment: together with remarks on the speeches of Mr. Windham, &c.
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J. Ridgway ... H.D. Symonds ... and D. Holt ...,. 1795.. , 30 p. ;.
An account of Mr. Parkinson's expulsion from the University of Oxford in the late times: in vindication of him from the false aspersions cast on him in a late pamphlet, entitled, The history of passive obedience
Parkinson, James, ; Baldwin, Richard,
London. Printed for and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin in the Old-Baily,. 1689. 20, , p. ;.
An account of Mr. Whiston's prosecution at, and banishment from, the University of Cambridge.: First printed at the end of the Historical preface, A.D. MDCCXI. And now reprinted on occasion of Dr. Bentley's late prosecution, suspension, and deprivation from all his degrees, rights and titles in the said University. With an appendix: containing Mr. Whiston's farther account; and particulary his Petition to the Vice-Chancellor and heads of colleges, after they had chosen a new professor: never before printed ...
London. Printed for the author, and are to be sold by J. Roberts,. 1718.. , 46, 4 p..
An Account of nineteen rebels that were executed at Taunton-Dean, in the county of Somerset, on VVednesday the 30th of September, 1685, for high-treason against His Most Sacred Majestie, &c.
London. Printed by E. Mallet ...,. 1685.. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of Paris and places adjoining.: Giving an account of the royal family of France, the government of France, and the present posture of affairs there, their flattery, vanity, and bigotry, foppery, and luxury, arts and sciences, &c. The riches of France, and the revenue of the clergy. An account of their theatres, plays, &c. their gaming; an account of their churches, religion, the Royal academy, the King's library. A description of Versailes, Fontainbleau, St. Germains, &c.
London. Printed for John Morphew ...,. 1710.. 6 p. l., 92 p..
An account of Poland: containing a geographical description of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and the wars they have been engag'd in, the constitution of that government, particularly the manner of electing and crowning theiking, his power and prerogatives : with a brief history of the Tartars
Tende, Gaspard de,
London. Printed for T. Goodwin ..., and H. Newman ...,. 1698.. , 300 p..
An account of Poland, containing a geographical description of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and the wars they have been engag'd in; the constittution of that government; particularly the manner of electing and crowning their king; his power and prerogatives: with a brief history of the Tartars. By Monsieur Hauteville, who resided about 25 years in that kingdom. To which is added, a chronology of the Polish kings; the abdication of King John Casimir; and the rise and progress of socinianisme. Likewise a relation of the chief passages during the last interregnum; and the election and coronation of the new King Frederic Augustus. The whole comprehending whatsoever is curious and worthy of remark in the former and present state of Poland.
London. Goodwin. 1698. , 300 S..
An account of Poland, containing a geographical description of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and the wars they have been engag'd in; the constittution of that government; particularly the manner of electing and crowning their king; his power and prerogatives: with a brief history of the Tartars. By Monsieur Hauteville, who resided about 25 years in that kingdom. To which is added, a chronology of the Polish kings; the abdication of King John Casimir; and the rise and progress of socinianisme. Likewiseng your battles: American civil-military relations and the use of force
Princetobn, N. J.. Princeton University Press,. 2005. xiii, 250 s..
Roget's Thesaurus of English words and phrases
Roget, Peter Mark ; Dutch, Robert A.
New ed. / completely rev. and modernized by Robert A. Dutch [3. impress.]. [London]. Longmans [u.a.]. . LII, 1309 S. ; 8-o.
An account of preliminary landslide damage and losses resulting from the February 28, 2001, Nisqually, Washington, earthquake
[Denver, Colo.]. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey,. .
An account of proposals made for the benefit of His Majesty's naval service: shewing their general object and tendency, the future supply of timber for the purposes of the Royal Navy, means of contributing to its preservation, the well-being of the dock-yards, ships, magazines, and stores, with the reciprocal advantages and conveniences of its individuals
Lott, Yeoman ; Sandwich, John Montagu
London. Printed for the Author. 1777. Online-Ressource.
An account of Queen Mary's methods for introducing popery, and procuring a Parliament to confirm it: seasonable to be published in this time of imminent danger and dedicated to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury.
London. Printed for John Gay ...,. 1681.. , 12 p..
¬An¬ account of reason and faith in relation to the mysteries of Christianity
London. Manship. 1697.
An Account of resource development in New Mexico: community needs to 1985 : a guide for the New Mexico Community Assistance Program
[Santa Fe, N.M.]. The Division,. . iv, 86, 10, 7 p..
An account of Rose Butler: aged nineteen years, whose execution I attended in the potter's field ... for setting fire to her mistress' dwelling house
Ripley, Dorothy, ; Benevolus.
New-York. Printed by John C. Totten,. 1819.. 35 p..
An account of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha or Red Jacket and his people: 1750 - 1830
Hubbard, John Niles
Repr., orig. publ.: 1886. New York. Franklin. 1971. xiv, 356 p.. Burt Franklin research & source works series ; 880.
¬An¬ account of Saint Sebastian, in Relation to their Government, Customs and Trade: With a Draught of the Place. By one lately come from thence
London. 1700. 21 S., 1 Abb..
An account of Saint Sebastian, in relation to their government, customs and trade.: With a draught of the place.
London, . Printed by H. Newman,. 1700.. 1 p.l., 22 p..
[An account of San Sebastian.: Spanish]
Conde López, Manuel, [from old catalog]
San Sebastián, . Editora internacional,. 1943.. 3 p..
An Account of several late voyages and discoveries: I. Sir John Narbrough's voyage to the South-Sea by the command of King Charles the Second: and his instructions for setling a commerce in those parts... II. Captain J. Tasman's discoveries on the coast of the south terra incognita. III. Captain J. Wood's attempt to discover a north-east passage to China. IV. F. Marten's observations made in Greenland, and other northern countries. To which are added, a large introduction and supplement, containing short abstracts of other voyages into those parts, and brief descriptions of them..
Narbrough, John, ; Tasman, Abel Janszoon, ; Wood, John, ; Martens, Friedrich, ; Robinson, Tancred,
London, . Printed for D. Brown, J. Round, W. Innys, and T. Ward,. 1711. 2 pts. in 1 (xxix, , 191, 223,  p.).
An account of several late voyages and discoveries to the South and North. Towards the streights of Magellan, the South Seas, the vast tracts of land beyond Hollandia Nova, etc. also towards Nova Zembla Greenland or Spitsberg Groynland or Engrondland, etc. By Sir John Narborough, Captain Jasmen Tasman, Captain John Wood, and Frederick Marten of Hamburgh ...: To which are annexed a large introd. and suppl., giving an account of other navigations to those regions of the globe
London. Smith u.a.. 1694. XXIX, 207 S., Ill., Kt..
An Account of several late voyages & discoveries to the south and north ...
Narbrough, John, ; Tasman, Abel Janszoon, ; Wood, John, ; Martens, Friedrich, ; Robinson, Tancred,
London, . S. Smith and B. Walford,. 1694.. 2 pts. in 1 v..
¬An¬ account of several new inventions
London. Simpson. 1691. 295 S..
An Account Of several New Inventions and Improvements Now necessary for England
London . Astwood .
¬An¬ account of several passages and letters between His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, county of New-Castle, &c. commissionated by Their Majesties under the Great Seal of England, to be their lieut. and commander in chief of the militia, and of all forces by sea and land within Their Majesties collony of Connecticut, and of all forts and places of strength within the same. And the present administrators of the laws in the collony of Connecticut, in the month of October, 1693
Fletcher, Benjamin ; Treat, Robert
S.l.. printed and sold by William Bradford, printer to Their Majesties, King William and Queen Mary, at the Bible in New-York. . 8 p..
An Account of several voyages to the south and north
Amsterdam, . N. Israel;. . xxix, 196, 207 p..
¬An¬ account of several voyages to the south and north: mit bes. Berücks. d. Operation: (Beleuchtung, Entwicklung, Exposition) u. d. photograph. Publikums ; e. Lehrbuch d. künstler. Retouche für Berufsphotographen u. Retoucheure
[Faksimile der Ausg.] London 1694. Wien u.a.. Hartleben. 1892. VIII, 488 S. : Ill.. Bibliotheca australiana ; 62.
¬An¬ Account of several workhouses for employing and maintaining the poor etc.
¬An¬ account of Sierra Leone and the rivers of Guinea of Cape Verde: (1625). Introd., notas e ap. Notas e tradução inglesa por P. E. H. Hair
Donelha, André ; Mota, Avelino T. ¬da¬
Lisboa. Junta de Investigações Cientificas do Ultramar. 1977. XIII, 472 S.. Centro de Estudos de Cartografia Antiga <Lisboa>: Série de memórias. ; 19=Secção de Lisboa..
An Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical Discorveriers in four Books
London . by Patrick Murdoch. 1748. 12 S., XX S., 392 S..
¬An¬ account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries
Facs. of the 1. ed. London 1748. New York [u.a.]. Johnson Reprint Corporation. 1968. XXV, XX, 393 S. : graph. Darst.. The sources of science ; 74.
<<An>> account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries
Bristol . Thoemmes Continuum. 2004. 392 p..
An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries: in four books / By Colin Maclaurin. Published from the author's manuscript papers, by Patrick Murdoch.
Macäurin, Colin, ; Murdoch, Patrick,
London, . Printed for A. Millar,. 1750.. 5 leaves, xxvi, 412 p..
An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries: in four books
London. Printed for the author's children,. 1748.. xx, 392 p.,  folded leaves of plates.
An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries (1748)
Reprograf. Nachdr. d. Ausg. London 1748. Hildesheim [u.a.]. Olms. 1971. XX, 392 S.. Anglistica & Americana ; 87.
¬An¬ account of Sir Newton's philosophical discoveries
Repr. from the 1748 ed.. Bristol. Thoemmes Continuum. 2004. 392 S.. Newtonianism in Eighteenth-Century Britain ; 7.
¬An¬ account of six years residence in Hudsons-Bay
An account of six years residence in Hudson's-bay from 1733 to 1736, and 1744-1747.: By Joseph Robson ... Containing a variety of facts, observations, and discoveries about Hudson's-bay to Great Britain ... And, II. The interested views of the Hudson's bay company; and the absolute necessity of laying open the trade ... To which is added an appendix ...
New York, . Johnson Reprint Corp.,. 1965.. 1 p. l., vi, 84, 95 p..
¬An¬ account of six years residence in Hudson's Bay from 1733 to 1736 and 1744 to 1747
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. J. Payne ^u.a.. 1752. , vi, 84, 95 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 20155.
An account of some Anglo-Saxon pennies found at Dorking, in Surrey
[London. s.n.,. 1819].  p..
¬An¬ account of some experiments and observations on tar-water: ... By Stephen Hales, ..
Hales, Stephen ; Reid, Andrew
The second edition. To which is added, A letter from Mr. Reid, to Dr. Hales, concerning the nature of tar, ... London. printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox. 1747. ,74p..
¬An¬ account of some experiments on mercury, made ... in the laboratory of J. Price, ...
2. ed. Oxford. 1783.
An account of some German volcanos, and their productions: with a new hypothesis of the prismatical basaltes ; established on facts ; being an essay of physical geography for philosophers and miners ; published as supplementary to Sir William Hamilton's observations on the Italian volcanos
Raspe, Rudolf Erich, ; Hamilton, William,
London. Lockyer Davis,. 1776.. XIX, 140 S., II Bl..
An Account of some late designs to create a misunderstanding betwixt the King and his people and to subvert the English Constitution by exalting the prerogative and rendering parliaments useless.
London. [s.n.],. printed in the year 1702.. 27,  p. ;.
An account of some Medusae obtained in the Bahamas
Mayer, Alfred Goldsborough
Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.. Pr. f. the Museum. 1894. S.  - 242 S., 3 Taf.. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard Coll. ; 25,11.
¬An¬ account of some New Experiments and observations on Joanna Stephen's Medicine for the stone...etc. with Remarks on Dr. Hales's experiments on the same subject...etc.
An account of some new microscopical discoveries founded on an examination of the calamary and its wonderful milt-vessels ...: also, observations on the farina focundans of plants ... and an examination of the pistil, uterus and stamina of several flowers ... likewise, observations on the supposed embryo sole-fish fixed to the bodies of shrimps with ... a description of the eels or worms in blighted wheat : and other curious particulars relating to the natural history of animals, plants, &c.
Needham, John Turberville,
London. Printed for F. Needham,. 1745.. viii, 126 p.,  folded leaves of plates.
Lodging for a night;: a directory of hotels, motels, motor courts and inns.
Ithaca, N.Y., . Duncan Hines Institute. [1960, c1959]. 373 p..
An account of some of the ancestors of Harry Thompson and Myra Hull
Eastman, Clarence Willis,
Amherst. Mass.. Privately printed,. 1916.. 27 p. ;.
¬An¬ account of some of the most remarkable events of the war between the Prussians, Austrians and Russians, from 1756 to 1763: and a treatise on several branches of the military art, ... Translated from the second edition of the German original of J. G. Tielke, by Captain C. Craufurd, ... and Captain R. Craufurd, ..
Tielke, Johann Gottlieb
London. printed for the translators; and sold by J. Walter. 1787 - 1788. 2v.,plates.
¬An¬ account of some of the travels and sufferings
[London]. 1685. 20 S..
An Account of some particulars in the tryal of Mr. Ed. Fitz Harris in Westminster-Hall, June 9, 1681, where he was found guilty of high-treason: together with a brief relation of the tryal of Oliver Plunket, the popish primate of Ireland,t the same place the day before, who was likewise found guilty of high-treason.
London. Printed for Langley Curtis ...,. 1681.. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman: with reflections thereon ; relating to trouble of mind, some violent temptations, and a recovery, in order to awaken the presumptuous, and encourage the despondent ; left under his own hand, to be communicated to the publick after his decease
[Microfilm d. Ausg. 1708]. Woodbridge, Ct.. Research Publ.. 1981. 304 S.. Early British fiction ; 2..
An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman;
London, . Printed by F. Downing and are to be sold by N. Cliff and D. Jackson,. 1711.. p. cm..
An account of some Roman urns, and other antiquities, lately digg'd up near Bishops-Gate.: With brief reflections upon the antient and present state of London. In a letter to Sir Christopher Wren, ..
London. printed for E. Curll. 1713. ,xii,,32p..
An account of some spiritual experiences and rapturous and pious expressions of Elisabeth Mixer,: daughter of Deacon John Mixer and Abigail Mixer, (all now dwelling in Suffield,) on June 28, MDCCXX, and at sundry other times experienced and expressed by her. : Together, with the relation she gave of what God had done for her soul, in order to her admission into the Church of Christ in Ashford. : [Two lines from Psalms] : With a preface by the Rd. Mr. James Hale
Mixer, Elisabeth. ; Hale, James,
N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.],. Printed & sold by T. Green,. 1736. , 24 p. ;.
An account of some transactions in the honourable House of Commons, and before the right honourable Lords of the King's most honourable Privy Council, relating to the late East=India Company: together with the said companies new charter.
London. s.n.,. MDCXCIII . , 25 p..
¬An¬ account of Stonehenge and the Barrows round it: With views, plan, and elevation of that ancient structure
¬An¬ account of Sueden by a person of Note, who resided many years there
3. ed. London. 1717.
An Account of sundry goods imported, and of sundry goods the produce of this province exported, from the several ports of Charles-Town, George-Town, and Port-Royal, South-Carolina, from the first of November 1736, to the first of November 1737.: With the number of vessels entered and cleared in each port
Charles-Town, [S.C.]. Printed by Lewis Timothy.,. 1737. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
An account of sundry missions performed among the Senecas and Munsees; in a series of letters
Alden , Timothy
New York . 1827. 8"(12").
An account of that most excellent medicine the cordial balm of Gilead: which is prepared (only) by S. Solomon, M.D. of the University and College of Physicians, and author of the "Guide to Health," ... and sold by his appointment, wholesale, by J. Mathews, ... London; Robert Bach, ... New York; and Mr. Angus M'Donald, ... Glasgow; ..
[Chester]. printed by John Fletcher. 1799. 16p..
An account of the Abipones: an equestrian people of Paraguay ; in three volumes
¬An¬ account of the Abipones, an equestrain people of Paraguay: in three volumes
1. reprint. [d. Ausg.] London 1822. New York, NY [u.a.]. Johnson. 1970.
An account of the acres and houses
London. Taylor. 1693.
An account of the acres & houses, with the proportional tax &c. of each county in England and Wales: humbly presented to the Lords and Commons
London. Printed for Randal Taylor ...,. 1693. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ account of the action between the allied army and that of France, near Tournay, the 11th of May, N.S. 1745. With the names of the general and other officers, and number of private men, and horses, that were killed, wounded and missing in each regiment
S.l.. Printed by Edward Owen in Amen-Corner. . 8p.
¬An¬ account of the adult orphan institution
An account of the alarming and destructive fire in York Minster: on February 2, 1829 ; containing the particulars of the commencement ... ; with a sketch of the life of Jonathan Martin ...
2. ed.. York. Burdekin. 1829. 36 S. : Ill..
An account of the Alleghany Springs, in Montgomery County, Virginia: with an elaborate analysis of the water, and well authenticated cases establishing their efficacy in the treatment of a large class of prevalent and obstinate chronic complaints together with some notice of their locality, facilities of access and means of accommodation
Lynchburg [Va.]. Printed at the Virginian Job Office,. 1861.. 40 p. ;.
An account of the alteration and present state of the penal laws of Pennsylvania,: containing also an account of the gaol and penitentiary house of Philadelphia and the interior management thereof
Lownes, Caleb. ; Bradford, William,
Lexington [Ky.]:. Printed by J. Bradford at the corner of Main and Cross Streets,. M,DCC,XCIV. . 20 p. ;.
An account of the alteration and present state of the penal laws of Pennsylvania.: Containing, also, an account of the gaol and penitentiary house of Philadelphia--and the interior management thereof.
Lownes, Caleb. ; Bradford, William,
Printed at Boston,. by Young & Minns, state printers.,. MDCCXCIX. . 36 p. ;.
An account of the American Antiquarian Society: with a list of its publications
Worcester. Printed by C. Hamilton,. 1876.. 30 p..
¬An¬ account of the American Baptist Mission to the Burman empire: in a series of letters, addressed to a gentleman in London
Judson, Ann H.
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. Butterworth [u.a.]. 1823. XV, 326 S.,  gef. Bl. : Kt..
An Account of the ancient monuments in state charge.
Belfast. H.M.S.O.,. 1947.. 76 p..
An account of the annual contribution for pious and public uses.: To be disposed of by the Revd. Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, as returned by several of the presbyteries 20th May, 1769; : together with a list of the ministers and congregations, whether settled or vacant belonging to the said synod: : to which is subjoined an account of receipts and disbursements for the year 1768
[Philadelphia?. s.n.,. 1769]. 6,  p.
An account of the apparition of the late Lord Kilmarnock, to the Rev. Mr. Foster.: With what passed between them in this interview, the next morning after his execution. : To which is added, the second appearing of the late Lord Kilmarnock, to a clergyman of the Church of England, in the evening of the same day. The account of which is given in the close of the Dialogue between a clergyman and a sea-captain, occasioned by the Rev. Mr. Foster's Account of the late Lord Kilmarnock. N.B. The apparition itself restrained the clergyman from publishing it, till after the expiration of three or four months, from the time of the execution. : [Two lines from Proverbs]
[Boston]. London, printed 1747. Boston: N.E. Reprinted and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street, next to the prison.,. 1747. 22 p. ;.
An Account of the apprehending and taking of John Davis and Phillip Wake for setting Dr. Sloan's house on fire, to robb the same, with their committed to Newgate: as also the discovery of 4 persons who burnt the house of Squire Aisleby in Red-Lyon Square, and murther'd his lady
London. Printed by J. W. 1700. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ account of the apprehending of the treasonable designs
An Account of the apprehending of the treasonable designs discovered in some papers found in the false bottoms of two large brandy bottles on the 21st of October, 1689
London. [s.n.],. 1689.. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of the apprehending, trail, and condemnation of two grand criminals, namely, idleness and pride: being a delightful and pleasant, as well as teachable, discourse, designed to reform those two great evils of our day
London. Printed for the author and sold by M. Fabian. 1700. 45 p..
An Account of the araignment, tryal & conviction of James, Lord Preston, for high treason, in conspiring the death of the King and Queen, and endeavouring to bring in the late King James, and betray the nation to the French king: at the Ssions-House in the Old-Baily, on Friday and Saturday the 16th and 17th instant, before the Lord Chief Justice, &c. : with the manner of the taking the Lord Preston, Mr. Ashton, Mr. Elliot, &c., and an account of the several treasonable papers and letters, that were found on ship-board : to which is added divers remarkable relations in the life of the said Lord Preston.
London. Printed for T. Collins ...,. 1691.. , 4,  p..
An account of the Arctic regions: with a history and description of the northern whale-fishery ; in two volumes
Edinburgh. Constable [u.a].
An account of the arguments of counsel, and the directions of the court, on a plea of auterfois acquit: pleaded by James Foy at the Summer Assizes 1786, holden for the county of Mayo at Ballinrobe, on the fifth day of June : to an indictment for procuring, stirring, and provoking Andrew Creagh, otherwise Craig and others, to slee and murder Patrick Randal M'Donnell, Esquire and Charles Hipson, with the pleadings in that case.
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne ...,. 1786.. viii, 80 p. ;.
An account of the arguments of counsel with the opinions at large of the Honourable Mr. Justice Gould, Mr. Justice Ashhurst and Mr. Baron Hotham,: upon the question at the session at the Old-Bailey on Saturday the 16th of September, 1775, whether Margaret Caroline Rudd ought to be tried.
Rudd, Margaret Caroline. ; Gurney, Joseph,
London, . Sold by Martha Gurney,. 1775.. 40 p..
An account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby, Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt. Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg: on a complaint exhibited by the judge-advocate on behalf of Her Majesty at a court-martial held on board the ship Breda in Port-Royal harbour in Jamaica in America, the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th days of October 1702 : for cowardice, neglect of duty, breach of orders, and other crimes committed by them in a fight at sea ... for which Col. Kirkby and Capt. Wade were sentenc'd to be shot to death
London. Printed for John Gellibrand, and are to be sold by A. Baldwin ...,. 1703.. , 10,  p. (last leaf blank) ;.
¬An¬ account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby, Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt. Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg: ... at a court-martial held on board the ship Breda in Port-Royal Harbour in Jamaica ... October, 1702
London. printed for Stanley Crowder and Henry Woodgate. 1757. 16p.
¬An¬ account of the arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Jonathan Frost
An Account of the arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Jonathan Frost, the clipper, upon June the 17th instant, at the Marshelsey in Southwark
Frost, Jonathan ; Griffin, William,
London. [s.n.],. 1675. , 6 p.
An account of the arraignment, tryal, escape, and condemnation of the dog of Heriot's Hospital in Scotland that was supposed to have been hang'd, but did at last slip the halter
Dezaillier d'Argenville, Antoine Nicolas,
London. Printed for the author M. D.,. 1682.. 1 sheet ( p.).
An account of the Asylum,
Philadelphia, . Printed by J. Rakestraw,. 1846.. p. cm..
An account of the asylum for the insane: established by the Society of Friends, near Frankford, in the vicinity of Philadelphia
Philadelphia. Benjamin & Thomas Kite ...,. 1825. 34,  p. ;.
An account of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason, near Frankford, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia. Printed by J. Rakestraw,. 1846.. 14 p..
An account of the augmentation of small livings: by "the governors of the bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy" and of benefactions by corporate bodies and individuals, to the end of the year 1825 : also the charters, rules, and acts of Parliament by which the proceedings of the governors are regulated : to which are prefixed, practical instructions for the use of incumbents and patrons of augmented livings, and of other interested parties, on various subjects relating to Queen Anne's county
London. Printed by Nichols & Son,. 1826.. xiii, 457 p. ;.
An account of the augmentation of small livings, by "The Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy," and of benefactions by corporate bodies and individuals, to the end of the year 1825: also the charters, rules, and acts of Parliament, by which the proceedings of the Governors are regulated ...
London. Printed by Nichols and Son, and sold by C. and J. Rivington,. 1826.. xiii, 457 p. ;.
¬An¬ account of the award of execution of death against Sr. Thomas Armstrong
London. E. M.. 1684.
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