An account of the beginning, transactions and discovery, of Ransford Rogers, who seduced many by pretended hobgoblins and apparitions, and thereby extorted money from their pockets.: In the county of Morris and state of New-Jersey, in the year 1788
Philanthropist.
[Newark, N.J.]. Printed [by John Woods] for every purchaser,. --1792. 28 p. ;.

An Account of the behaviour and last dying speeches of the six pirates, that were executed on Charles River, Boston side, on Fryday June 30th. 1704. viz. Capt. John Quelch, John Lambert, Christopher Scudamore, John Miller, Erasmus Peterson and Peter Roach
[Boston]. Printed for and sold by Nicholas Boone, at his shop near the Old Meeting-House in Boston.,. 1704. 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;.

An Account of the behaviour, dying speeches, and execution of Mr. John Murphey, for high treason, and William May, John Sparcks, William Bishop, James Lewis, and Adam Foresith for robbery, piracy and felony, at the execution-dock on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1696
London. Printed for T. Crownfield ...,. 1696.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An Account of the behaviour of Henry Weller, John Ralph, Clement Snell, Joseph Rumney, Matthew Smith, Ralph Cook, in Newgate, since their condemnation: with seasonable advice to all condemned prisoners : published by their earnest request and desire.
[London. s.n.,. 1680]. 4 p..

An account of the behaviour of Sir John Fenwick, at his execution on Tower-Hill;: with the copy of the paper delivered by him to the sheriffs of London, &c.
[London, . J. Salusbury;. 1697]. 2 p..

An account of the behaviour of the fourteen late Popish malefactors, whil'st in Newgate: and their discourses with the Ordinary, viz. Mr. Staley, Mr. Coleman, Mr. Grove, Mr. Ireland, Mr. Pickering, Mr. Green, Mr. Hill, Mr. Berry, Mr. Whitebread, Mr. Harcourt, Mr. Fenwick, Mr. Gawen, Mr. Turner, and Mr. Langhorn : also a confutation of their appeals, courage and cheerfulness at execution
Smith, Samuel,
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, Dorman Newman, Tho. Cockeril and Tho. Simmons,. 1679.. [2], 38 p. ;.

An account of the behaviour of William, late Earl of Kilmarnock and Arthur, late Lord Balmerino: from the time of their being delivered into the custody of the Sheriffs of London to the time of their execution... ; as taken down by a gentleman then present
London. Hinton,. 1746.. 8 S..

An account of the behaviour of William, late Earl of Kilmarnock, and Arthur, late Lord Balmerino, from the time of their being delivered into the custody of the sheriffs of London, to the time of their execution: with every remarkable incident that happened during that time, and particularly the conference between those two lords
Ford, T.
[London]. Printed for J. Hinton ...,. 1746.. 11, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the Belfast review and celebration of the French Revolution: In a letter to a friend
Edinburgh. printed for, and sold by J. Purves, and J. Thomson. 1792. 16p.

An account of the Bell Rock light house,: including the details of the erection and peculiar structure of that edifice. To which is prefixed a historical view of the institution and progress of the northern light-houses. Illustrated with twenty-three engravings. Drawn up by desire of the commissioners of the northern light-houses,
Stevenson, Robert,
Edinburgh, . Printed for A. Constable & co.; [etc., etc.]. 1824.. xix, 533, [2] p..

¬An¬ account of the benevolent Institution for the sole purpose of delivering poor married women
London. 1786.

¬An¬ account of the biblious remitting yellow fever as it appeared in the city of Philadelphia in the year 1793
Rush, Benjamin

¬An¬ account of the bilious remitting yellow fever: as it appeared in the city of Philadelphie in the year 1793
Rush, Benjamin
Philadelphia. 1794.

An account of the bilious remitting yellow fever, as it appeared in the city of Philadelphia, in the year 1793 ...
Rush, Benjamin,
Philadelphia, . Printed by Thomas Dobson,. 1794.. x, 363 p..

¬An¬ account of the Bilious remitting yellow Fever ... of Philadelphia ... 1793
Rush, Benjamin
Philadelphia. 1794.

An account of the birth, parentage, education and early pursuits of John McDaniel and Joseph Brown,
St. Louis, . Higgins & Mead,. 1844.. p. cm..

An account of the births and burials in St. Paul's Church, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1771, to December 25, 1772.
Hall, Alexander
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1772]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the births and burials in St. Paul's Church, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1773, to December 25, 1774.
Hall, Alexander
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1774]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the births and burials in St. Peter's and Christ-Church parish, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1762, to December 25, 1763.
Cash, Caleb
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1763]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1766, to December 25, 1767.
Cash, Caleb
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1767]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1767, to December 25, 1768.
Cash, Caleb.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1768]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1768, to December 25, 1769.
Cash, Caleb.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1769]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1769, to December 25, 1770.
Cash, Caleb.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1770]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1771, to December 25, 1772.
Cash, Caleb.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1772]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1772, to December 25, 1773.
Whitehead, Matthew.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1773]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1774, to December 25, 1775.
Whitehead, Matthew.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1775]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the births and burials in the United Congregations of Christ-Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia,: from December 25, 1773, to December 25, 1774.
Whitehead, Matthew.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1774]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬An¬ account of the black charaibs in the island of St. Vincent's: with the Charib treaty of 1779 (1773) and other original documents
Young, William
London. 1795.

¬An¬ account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent's: with the Charaib treaty of 1773, and other original documents
Young, William ¬Sir¬
London. Cass. 1971. 125 S.. Cass library of West Indian studies ; 18.

¬An¬ account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent's, with the Charaib treaty of 177[3], and other original documents
Young, William ; Young, William
London. Printed for J. Sewell. 1795. 125 p., [1] folded leaf of plates.

¬An¬ account of the Blessed Trinity: argued from the nature and perfection of the Supream Spirit, coincident with the Scripture doctrine, in all the articles of the Catholick Creeds; together with its 1 mystical 2 fúderal 3 practical uses in the Christian religion, by William Burrough rector of Chynes in Bucks
Burrough, William
London. printed for Richard Baldwin at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-lane, near the Oxford-Arms-Inn. 1694.

An Account of the blocks & c.
[England. Publisher not named,. undated]. 1 print.

An account of the body of King Edward the first, as it appeared on opening his tomb in the year 1774: By Sir Joseph Ayloffe, ... Read at the Society of Antiquaries, May 12, 1774
Ayloffe, Joseph
S.l.. Printed in the year. 1775. 40p.

An account of the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys: the act of incorporation, bye-laws, and the rules and regulations adopted by the board of managers : also, an extract from the first anniversary sermon
Lowell, Charles,
Boston. Printed by Nathaniel Willis,. 1816.. 32 p. ;.

An account of the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys ...
Boston, . From N. Hale's steam-power press,. 1831.. 24 p..

An account of the breeding of worms in human bodies: their nature, and several sorts; ... With the true means to avoid them, and med'cines to cure them. By Nicholas Andry, ... With letters to the author on this subject, ... Done from the French original, with figures
Andry de Bois-regard, Nicolas
London. printed for H. Rhodes; and A. Bell. 1701.

¬An¬ account of the british aid programme: text of United Kingdom memorandum to the Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
London. Stat. Off.. 1970.

¬An¬ account of the British Lying-in-Hospital, for married women, in Brownlow-Street, Long-Acre, from its institution in November 1749, to June the 24th, 1767
London. Say. 1767. 39 S..

An account of the campaign in the West Indies in the year 1794
Willyams, Cooper
Reprod. de l'éd. de 1796. Basse-Terre. Soc. d'Histoire de la Guadeloupe. 1990. 150, 62 S.. Bibliothèque d'histoire antillaise ; 12.
ISBN 2-900339-28-6

¬An¬ account of the Cancellariidae, Gastropoda, of Winterswijk-Miste, miocene, Hemmoorian, The Netherlands
Janssen, A. W.
Leiden. Rijskmuseum van Geologie en Mineralogie. 1984. 29 S. : Ill.. Scripta geologica ; 68..

¬An¬ account of the Cancellariidae (Gastropoda) of Winterswijk-Miste (Miocene, Hemmoorian), The Netherlands
Janssen, A. W.
Leiden. Rijksmuseum van Geologie en Mineralogie. 1984. 39 S.. Scripta geologica ; 68.

¬An¬ account of the Cape of Good Hope: Containing. An historical view of its original settlement by the Dutch, its capture by the British in 1795, and the different policy pursued there by the Dutch and British governments ...
Percival, Robert
Repr. d. Ausg. London 1804. New York. Negro Univ. Pr.. 1969. XII, 339 S..
ISBN 0-8371-1564-7

An account of the Cape of Good Hope;: containing an historical view of its original settlement by the Dutch, its capture by the British in 1795, and the different policy pursued there by the Dutch and British governments. Also a sketch of its geography, productions, the manners and customs of the inhabitants, &c., &c., with a view of the political and commercial advantages which might be derived from its possession by Great Britain.
Percival, Robert,
London. C. and R. Baldwin,. 1804.. xii, 339 p..

An account of the Cape of Good Hope, containing an historical view of its original settlement by the Dutch, its capture by the British in 1795 ..., etc. ...
Percival, R.
New York, . 1969.

An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson
Hanson, Elizabeth, ; Bownas, Samuel,
New York. Garland Pub.,. 1977.. 28 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the care taken in most civilized nations for the relief of the poor, more particularly in times of scarcity and distress
Onely, Richard
London. 1758.

¬An¬ account of the cathedral church of Norwich, and its precincts: from its foundation to the present time. By P. Browne
Browne, Philip
[Norwich]. Printed by W. Chase and Co.. 1785. 47,[1]p..

¬An¬ account of the causes of some particular rebellious distempers
[London]. [1670?].

An account of the celebrated Commodore Paul Jones
Jones, John Paul,
Philadelphia. Printed by Peter K. Wagner,. 1806.. 37 p..

An account of the celebration by the town of Lincoln, Mass: April 23rd, 1904, of the 150th anniversary of its incorporation 1754-1904.
La Crosse, WI. Brookhaven Press,. c.2005..

An account of the celebration of the first semi-centennial anniversary of the incorporation of Columbia College by the legislature of New York;: with the Oration and Poem delivered on the occasion.
New York, . Carvill & Co.,. 1837.. 62 p..

¬An¬ account of the ceremonial at the coronation of ... King James II. and Queen Mary ...
Savoy. Newcomb. 1685. 1 Bl..

An account of the ceremonies observed at the coronation of our most gracious sovereign George III: and his royal consort Queen Charlotte, on Tuesday the 22d of September 1761
London. printed for G. Kearsley. 1761. 48p.,plates.

¬An¬ account of the ceremony of investing
London. Chiswell. 1690. 41 S..

An account of the ceremony of investing his Electoral Highness of Brandenburgh with the Order of the Garter: Perform'd at Berlin on the 6th of June, 1690. By James Johnston, Esq: His Majesties envoy extraordinary to his Electoral Highness, and principal commissioner. And Gregory King, Esq; the other commissioner for this investiture. With the speeches made at this solemnity by the said Mr. Johnston, and Monsieur Fulks, minister of state to his Electoral Highness
King, Gregory, ; Johnston, James, ; Fuchs, Paul von,
London. printed for Ric. Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard,. M DC XC. [1690]. [4], 36 p.

An Account of the ceremony of the opening of the new hall of the Inner Temple: by H.R.H. Princess Louise as the representative of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, accompanied by H.R.H. The Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, on Saturday the 14th of May, 1870 : and also of the inaugural banquet in the new hall on Wednesday the 18th of May, 1870.
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1870?]. 16 p. ;.

¬An¬ Account of the Christmas Prince as it was exhibited in the University of Oxford in the year 1607: Now first published from the orig. Ms.
London. 1816.

An account of the church and remains of the manor house of Stanton Harcourt ...
[Oxford, . Printed by S. and J. Collingwood]. 1818.. p. cm..

An account of the churches in Rhode-Island: presented at an adjourned session of the twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Rhode-Island Baptist State Convention, Providence, November 8, 1853
Jackson, Henry,
Providence. G.H. Whitney,. 1854. 134 p..

An account of the closing exercises of the Pan-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, December fourth 1915.
Todd, Frank Morton. ; Sterling, George, ; Nash, John Henry,
[San Francisco, . Press of the Blair-Murdock Company,. 1915]. [13] p..

An account of the coal bank disaster at Blue Rock, Ohio...
Crooksville, . O.,. 1904.. p. cm..

An account of the College of New-Jersey.: In which are described the methods of government, modes of instruction, manner and expences of living in the same, &c. : With a prospect of the college neatly engraved. : Published, by order of the Trustees, for the information of the public; particularly of the friends and benefactors of the institution, in Europe and America
Blair, Samuel, ; Tennent, William, ; Dawkins, Henry,
Woodbridge, in New-Jersey:. Printed by James Parker,,. 1764. 47, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates.

¬An¬ account of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Schweinitz, George Edmund ¬de¬ ; MacDaniel, Walton Brooks
2. ed.. Philadelphia. College of physicians. 1934. 41 S.. Transactions of the college of physicians ; 2, Suppl. 1 = Ser. 4.

¬An¬ account of the colony of Sierra Leona from its establishment in 1793: being the substance of a report delivered to the proprietors
London. 1795.

An account of the colony of Sierra Leone: from its first establishment in 1793, being the substance of a report delivered of the proprietors
London. Philips. 1795. 242, 31 S..

¬An¬ account of the colony of Sierra Leone, from its first establishment in 1793: being the substance of a report delivered to the proprietors
London. Philips. 1795. 242 S..

An account of the colony of Van Diemen's Land: principally designed for the use of emigrants
Curr, Edward
London. Cowie. 1824. X, 207 S..

¬An¬ account of the coming up of Tho. Earl of Danby
London. Spicer. 1682.

An Account of the coming up of Tho. Earl of Danby, from the Tower of London to the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, on Saturday, the 27th of May, 1682: together with the most remarkable passages and arguments used by His Lordship to that court, and the answer of the judges thereto.
London. Printed for John Spicer,. 1682.. [2], 13 p..

An account of the commitment, arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Nicholas Bayard esq: for high treason in endeavouring to subvert the government of the province of New York in America, by his signing and procuring others to sign scandalous libels, callíd petitions or addresses to his late Majesty King William, the Parliament of England, and the Lord Cornbury now governour of that province. Before William Atwood esq; Abraham de Peyster esq; and Robert Walters esq; appointed by a special commission justices of oyer and terminer at the city of New York, February 19, 1701.
Bayard, Nicholas,
London, . 1703.. 31, [1] p..

An account of the conduct and proceedings of the pirate Gow: (the original of Sir Walter Scott's Captain Cleveland).
Defoe, Daniel,
New York, . B. Franklin. [1970]. xv, 73 p..

An account of the conduct of the council which dismissed the Rev. Mr. Edwards from the pastoral care of the first church at Northampton: with reflections on the protestation accompanying the printed result of that council and the letter published relating to that affair
Breck, Robert ; Edwards, ...
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. [Boston, Mass.]. 1750. Evans 6471.

¬An¬ account of the conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough from her first coming to court to the year 1710: In a letter from herself to Mylord ...
Marlborough, Sarah J. ¬of¬
London. Bettenham. 1742. 316 S..

¬An¬ account of the Conduct of the Ministers with relation to the Peerage-Bill
London. 1719.

An account of the conflagration of the Ursuline convent.: At the request of several gentlemen, the author was induced to publish the following statement of facts, in relation to the Ursuline convent, which was destroyed by fire, on the night of August 11th, 1834.
Boston. Printed for the publisher,. 1834.. 35 p. ;.

An account of the conquest of the island of Bourbon;
London, . T. Egerton,. 1811.. p. cm..

An account of the constitution and present state of Great Britain, together with a view of its trade, policy, and interest, respecting other nations & of the principal curiosities of Great Britain and Ireland.
Johnson, Samuel,
London, . Printed for J. Newbery. [1759]. 1 p.l., iv, 291 p..

¬An¬ account of the constitution and security of the general bank of credit
Murray, Robert
London. Gain. 1683. 14 S..

<<An>> Account of the Construction in the years 1932 to 1934 of the Pipe-Line of the Iraq Petroleum Company Limited from its oilfield in the vicinity of Kirkuk, Iraq, to the Mediterranean ports of Haifa, Palestine and Tripoli, Lebanon: a tribute to the men who built it
London . 1943. 125 S..

An account of the contagious epidemic yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the summer and autumn of 1797;: comprising the questions of its causes and domestic origin, characters, medical treatment, and preventives.
Pascalis Ouviere, Felix,
Philadelphia:. From the press of Snowden & M'Corkle, no. 47, North Fourth-Street.,. 1798. viii, 180 p. ;.

An account of the controversy in the first parish in Cambridge, 1827-1829.
[Boston. s.n.],. 1829 . 58 p. ;.

An Account of the conversation, behaviour and execution of William Anderton, printer: who was condemned at the Old Baily, on Thursday the 8th of June, for high treason, and executed for the same, at Tybourn on Friday the 16th of June, 169
[S.l.]. Printed by John Wallis near the Green Dragon in Fleetstreet,. 1693.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the conversion and death of poor Joseph: to which is added, The dying Christian's address to his soul
Pope, Alexander,
Newcastle. Printed by J. Marshall,. [1810?]. 8 p..

An Account of the conversion of a protestant minister: written by himself ; to which are annexed several extracts from a letter written to his brother, in answer to some objections ; also, a letter from a young lady lately received by him into the church, written after making her first communion.
London. London printed, and sold in Dublin by P. Byrne ...,. 1787.. 52 p. ;.

An account of the conversion of the Reverend Mr. John Thayer,: lately a Protestant Minister, at Boston in North-America, who embraced the Roman Catholic religion at Rome, on the 25th of May, 1783.
Thayer, John,
Wilmington, (North-Carolina:). Reprinted by Bowen & Howard.,. M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]. 42 p.

Operational Circuit Analysis
Thayer, J4 Bush, Vannevar
New York . Wiley. 1937. 392 S..

¬An¬ account of the convincement: exercises, services and travels of ... Richard Davies. With some relation of ancient friends, and the spreading of truth in North-Wales, &c
Davies, Richard
London. printed and sold by J. Sowle. 1710. Online-Ressource.

¬An¬ account of the Countries adjoining to Hudsons Bay
Dobbs, Arthur
London. 1744.

¬An¬ account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay in the North-West Part of America: with an abstract of Capt. Middleton½s journal and observations upon his behaviour during his voyage, and since his return
Dobbs, Arthur
London. Robinson. 1744.

¬An¬ account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay in the North-West Part of America: with an abstract of Capt. Middleton's journal and observations upon his behaviour during his voyage, and since his return
Dobbs, Arthur
Repr.. Wakefield. S. R. Publishers. 1967. 211 S..

An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the north- west part of America: containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, etc., shewing the benefit to be made by settling colonies, and opening a trade in these parts, whereby the French will be deprived in a great measure of their traffick in furs, and the communication between Canada and Mississippi be cut off ; with an abstract of Captain Middleton's Journal, and observations upon his behaviour during his voyage and since his return
Dobbs, Arthur
London. Printed for J. Robinson,. 1744.. ii, 211 S.

An account of the cruelties exercis'd by the inquisition in Portugal;: to which is added, a relation of the detention of Mr. Louis Ramé in the prisons of the inquisition in the kingdoms of Mexico and Spain, and of his happy deliverance.
Ramé, Louis. ; Baker, John, ; Burrough, R.
London. Printed for R. Burrough and J. Baker,. 1708.. vii, 164 p. ;.

An account of the Crustacea of Norway,: with short descriptions and figures of all the species.
Sars, Georg Ossian,
Christiania, . A. Cammermeyer,. 1895-1928.. 9 v..

An account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel: or root of scarcity. Translated from the French of the Abbé de Commerell, ..
Commerell
The fourth edition. London. printed for Charles Dilly; and J. Phillips. 1788. xxxix,[1],52p.,plate.

¬An¬ account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel: or root of scarcity
Commerell ; Lettsom, John Coakley
London. Printed for Charles Dilly and J. Phillips. 1787.

An account of the Curtis homicide and trials of John E. Poindexter.
Richmond. Dispatch Steam Presses,. 1879.. 54 p..

An account of the customs and manners of the Micmakis and Maricheets savage nations, now dependent on the government of Cape-Breton: from an original French manuscript-letter, never published
Maillard, Antoine Simon,
London. Printed for S. Hooper and A. Morley,. 1758.. viii, 138 p. ;.

An account of the dangerous voyage performed by captain Bligh with a part of the crew of His Majesty's ship Bounty, in an open boat over twelve hundred leagues of the ocean from Tofoa to Timor in the year 1789.
Bligh, William,
Dublin, . 1817. 178 s..

¬An¬ account of the dangers to which I have been exposed: since the 31st of May, 1793. Interspersed with historical remarks, by John-Baptist Louvet
Louvet de Couvray, Jean-Baptiste
Perth. printed by R. Morison junior, for R. Morison & Son, booksellers. 1795.

An Account of the dedication of the west window of St. John's Church, Beverly Farms, Whitsunday, May thirty-first, MDCCCCXXV.
Updike, Daniel Berkeley,
[Boston] . Priv. print. [by D. B. Updike, Merrymount Press]. 1925.. 21 p..

An account of the deep-sea Brachyura collected by the Royal Indian Marine Survey ship Investigator
Alcock, A.
Calcutta. Printed by order of the Trustees of the Indian Museum,. 1899.. ii, 85, 2 p., 4 leaves of plates.

An account of the deep sea collection made during the season of 1892-93
Alcock, A.
Calcutta. Asiatic Society,. 1893.. p. [169]-184, [2] leaves of plates.

An Account of the defeat of the rebels by their Majesties forces: in Queens-County in Ireland, May 4, 1691
[London]. Printed by Edw. Jones,. 1691. 2 p.

An account of the depredations committed on the Clan Campbell during the years 1685 and 1686 by the troops of the Duke of Gordon, Marquis of Athol, Lord Strathnaver, and others: when the Earl of Argyle rose in arms to oppose the tyranny of James VII. With an estimate of the losses sustained, and the names of the sufferers...
Wallace, Raymond.
Edinburgh, . Printed by Charles Stewart for Alexander Kincaid,. 1816.. xvi, 125 p..

¬An¬ account of the design of printing about 3000 Bibles in Irish, with the psalms of David in metre, for the use of the highlanders
S.l.. s.n. [1690?]. 1 sheet([2] p.).

¬An¬ account of the design of the late narrative
[London]. Janeway. 1689.

An account of the designs of the Associates of the late Dr. Bray;: with an abstract of their proceedings.
London, . 1766.. 47 p..

<<An>> Account of the Destruction by Fire of the North and West Halls of the Model Room in the United States Patent Office Building on the 24-th of September 1877 together with a History of the Patent Office from 1790 to 1877
Washington . 1877. 38 S..

An account of the destruction of the Jesuits in France. By M. d'Alembert
Alembert, Jean Lerond d'
London. printed for T. Becket and P.A. de Hondt. 1766. viii,232p..

An account of the development and activities of the House of Laporte, 1888 to 1952.
London. Laporte Chemicals,. 1952.. 85 p..

¬An¬ account of the different ceremonies observed in the Senate House of the University of Cambridge: together with tables of fees, modes of electing officers, &c. forms of proceedings to degrees and other articles relating to the customs of the University of Cambridge
Wall, Adam
Cambridge. Deighton in Komm.. 1798. 376 S..

An account of the different charities belonging to the poor of the county of Norfolk: abridged from the returns under Gilbert's Act, to the House of Commons in 1786; and from the terriers in the office of the Lord Bishop of Norwich
Clark, Zachary, ; Clarkson, Thomas,
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown,. 1811.. xvi, 296 p. ;.

¬An¬ account of the different existing systems of Sanskrit grammar
Belvalkar, Shripad Krishna
3. rev. ed.. Delhi. Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan. 1998. VIII, 146 S..

¬An¬ account of the different kinds of sheep found in the Russian dominions and among the tartar hordes of Asia
Pallas, Peter Simon ; Anderson, James
Edinburgh. 1794. VII, 185 S..

An account of the digging up of the quarters of William Stayley, lately executed for high treason: for that his relations abused the king's mercy
Scroggs, William, ; Pawlet, Robert,
London. Printed for R. Pawlet,. 1678. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An account of the digging up of the quarters of William Stayley, lately executed for high treason, for that his relations abused the Kings mercy
London. Printed for Robert Pawlet ...,. 1678.. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An account of the discoveries concerning comets,: with the way to find their orbits, and some improvements in constructing and calculating their places. : For which reason are here added new tables, fitted to those purposes; particularly with regard to that comet which is soon expected to return.
Barker, Thomas, ; Prince, C. L.
London,. Printed for J. Whiston and B. White, in Fleet-Street.,. MDCCLVII. [1757]. [6], 52, [2] p., [1] folded leaf of plates.

An account of the discoveries made in the South Pacifick Ocean
Dalrymple, Alexander ; Cook, Andrew
REPR. d. Ausg. 1767 / ... reissued with an essay by Andrew Cook. Sydney. Hordern House. 1996. 47, XXXI, 103 S.. Australian maritime series ; 3.
ISBN 1-87556-713-5

¬An¬ account of the discoveries made in the South Pacifick Ocean previous to 1764
London. 1767.

¬An¬ account of the discoveries of the Portuguese in the interior of Angola and Mozambique: to which is added, a note by the author, on a geographical error of Mungo Park, in his last journal into the interior of Africa
Bowdich, Thomas Edward
London. Booth. 1824. II, 186 S., [2] gef. Bl. : Kt..

An account of the discoveries of the Portuguese in the interior of Angola and Mozambique: from original manuscripts : to which is added a note by the author on a geographical error of Mungo Park in his last journal into the interior of Africa
Bowdich, T. Edward
New York. AMS Press,. [1980]. ii, 186 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates.

An Account of the discovery of a hermit, who lived about 200 years in a cave, at the foot of a hill, 73 days journey westward of the Great Alleghany Mountains: [Four lines of verse]
Buckland, James ; Fielding, John
S.l.. Pittsburg, Virginia printed: Providence: re-printed and sold [by Bennett Wheeler] at the printing-office in Westminster-Street. 1787. 8 p..

¬An¬ Account Of The Diseases Which were most frequent in the British Military Hospitals in Germany, From January 1761 to the Return of the Troops to England in March 1763
Monro, Donald
London. Millar [u.a.]. 1764. XVI, 408 S..

An Account of the distances from the city of Philadelphia, of all the places of note within the improved part of the province of Pennsylvania.: Note. The distances are not to be understood in a right line, but as the road is laid out from one place to another; for instance, from Shippensbourg to Rays-Town measures sixty-one miles along the road; whereas the nearest distance of these places is but fifty miles
Philadelphia:. Printed by William Bradford, at the corner house of Front and Market-Street.,. [1755]. 15, [1] p. ;.

An Account Of the Distances from the City of Philadelphia,of all the places of Note within the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsylvania. Note.: The Distances are not to be understood in a right line but as the Road is laid out from one Place to another; for Instance. From Shippersbourg to Rays-town measures Sixty-one miles along the road; whereas the nearest Distance of these Places is but Fifty miles.Philadelphia: Printed by William Bradford, at the Corner House of Front and Market-Street.
Boston, . 1921.. facsim.: 15 l..

¬An¬ account of the doctrine and discipline of Mr. Richard Davis
London. 1700.

An Account Of The Doctrine, Manners, Liturgy, and Idiom Of The Unitas Fratrum: Taken from, and comprising the Supplement (dedicated to the CHURCH of ENGLAND) of The VOUCHERS to the Report of the Committee of the Honourable the House of Commons concerning the Church of the Unitas Fratrum ; lately printed in Folio
London. 1749. IV, 304 S., [2] Bl..

¬An¬ account of the drops used for the shipment of coals at Middlesbro'-on-Tees: with a description of the town and port of Middlesbro'-on-Tees
Turnbull, George
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1846. 8 p..