¬The¬ Life and adventures of John Christopher Wolf, late principal secretary of state at Jaffanapatnam, in Ceylon: together with a description of that island
London. Robinson. 1785.

The life and adventures of John Muir
Clarke, James Mitchell
San Francisco, Calif.. 1980. 324 S..
ISBN 0-87156-241-3

The life and adventures of John Nicol
Nicol, John ; Flannery, Tim Fridtjof
New York. Atlantic Monthly Press. 1999. 198 S..
ISBN 0-87113-755-0

The life and adventures of John Nicol, mariner, 1776 - 1801
Nicol, John ; Flannery, Timothy
Edinburgh. Canongate. 2000. 198 S..
ISBN 1-8419-5091-2

¬The¬ life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw: or Scenes on the Mississippi
Trollope, Frances
Paris. Baudry. 1836. 365 S..

The life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw: or, Scenes on the Mississippi
Trollope, Frances Milton,
London. R. Bentley,. 1836.. 3 v..

¬The¬ life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw; or Scenes on the Mississipi
Trollope, Frances Milton
Paris. Baudrys European library. 1836.

¬The¬ Life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw; or Scenes on the Mississippi
Trollope, Frances Milton
Paris. Baudry. 1836. 365 S.. Collection of ancient and modern British authors ; Vol. 89.

The life and adventures of Joseph Mountain, a Negro highwayman.: Who practised robbing in England, France, Spain and Holland, about ten years, without detection, and was finally executed at Newhaven, in Connecticut, on the 20th of October, 1790, for committing a rape on the body of a respectable young girl of that town.
Mountain, Joseph, ; Daggett, David,
Bennington, (Vermont). Printed by Anthony Haswell,,. M,DCC,XCI. [1791]. 28 p. ;.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Kit Carson, the nestor of the Rocky Mountains: From facts narrated by himself. With original illustr., drawn by Lumley, engraved by N. Orr
Peters, DeWitt C.
Freeport, NY. Books for Libr.Pr.. 1970. XII,534 S..

The life and adventures of Lazarillo de Tormes.
Luna, Juan de,
London. Printed by J. Bell,. 1789.. 2 v. ;.

Life and adventures of L. D. Lafferty
Abney, A. H.
Repr. of the ed. New York 1875. New York [u.a.]. Garland. 1976. 219 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 89.
ISBN 0-8240-1713-7

Life and adventures of Lewis Wetzel,: the renowned Virginia rancher and scout. Comprising a thrilling history of this celebrated Indian fighter, with his perilous adventures and hair-breadth escapes, and including other interesting incidents of border-life.
Meyers, Robert Cornelius V.,
Philadelphia, . J. E. Potter. [c1883]. 414 p..

The life and adventures of Long Meg of Westminster: containing the merry pranks she played in her life time, not only in performing sundry exploits with divers ruffians about London, but also how valiantly she behaved herself in the wars of Bulloign.
Leicester. Printed by John Ireland ...,. [17--?]. 24 p. ;.

Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter
Adams, F. Colburn (Francis Colburn)

The life and adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter: together with an accurate and exceedingly interesting account of his great achievements in politics, diplomacy, and war, all of which are here recorded out of sheer love for the martial spirit of this truly ambitious nation
Adams, F. Colburn
New York. Stanford & Delisser,. 1858. 522 p..

¬The¬ Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: with ill.
Dickens, Charles
London. Chapman & Hall. 1879. 8-o.

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: With 40 ill. by "Phiz" and an introd. by Geoffrey Russel
Dickens, Charles
Repr.. London. Oxford Univ.Pr.. 1975. XXIV, 841 S.. The Oxford illustrated Dickens..
ISBN 0-19-254509-4

¬The¬ Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles
[Repr.]. London. Dent [u.a.]. [1963]. XVI, 803 S. ; 8-o. Everyman's Library ; 241.

¬The¬ Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: With 4 ill. by 'Phiz' and an introd. by Geoffrey Russell
Dickens, Charles
Repr.. London. Oxford Univ. Pr.. 1959. 841 S.. Dickens: [Werke]. 9.

The Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit: His Relatives, Friends, and Enemies ; Comprising All His Wills And His Ways With An Historical Record Of What He Didnt ...
Dickens, Charles
Paris. Baudry. 1844.

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles ; Phiz [Hrsg.]
London. Mandarin. 1991. XXIV, 933 S.. Mandarin Paperback.
ISBN 0-7493-0759-5 (kart.) : £ 4.99

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles ; Ingham, Patricia
London. Penguin. 1999. XXXIII, 825p. Penguin classics.
ISBN 0-14-043614-6 (pbk) : £3.99

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles
Reprinted. Harmondsworth ; Middlesex. Penguin Books. 1986. 939 S.. Penguin classics.
ISBN 0-14-043031-8

The Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles,
London. Electric Book Co.,. c2001. 1160 p.

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: with illustrations
Dickens, Charles,
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey Ltd (A Bell & Howell Information and Learning company),. 2000.

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
Dickens, Charles,
Philadelphia. Porter & Coates,. [1867?]. vii, 522 p. ;.

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, his relatives, friends, and enemies: comprising all his wills and his ways ; with an historical record of what he did, and what he didn't ... ; in two volumes
Dickens, Charles
Leipzig. Tauchnitz. Collection of British authors ; ....

The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, his relatives, friends, and enemis: comprising all his wills and ways, with an historical record of what he did, and what he didn't
Dickens, Charles
edition sanctioned by the author. Leipzig. Tauchnitz. 1844. Vol. 1 - 2. Collection of British authors ; ....

Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, The
Dickens ; Ingham
Ebrary.

Life and adventures of Michael Armstrong
Trollope, Frances
Paris. Galignani & Co. 1840. IV, 382 S..

¬The¬ life and adventures of Michael Armstrong
Trollope, Frances Milton
Paris. Baydry' European Library. 1840.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Michael Armstrong: the factory boy
Trollope, Frances
London. Cass. 1968. VIII, 387 S.. Cass library of Victorian times.
ISBN 0-7146-1416-5

Life and adventures of Michael Armstrong, the factory boy
Trollope, Frances Milton
Paris. Baudry. 1840. IV,382 S.. Collection of ancient and modern British authors. ; Vol. 263..

The life and adventures of Michael Armstrong, the factory boy
Trollope, Frances
New impr. [d. Ausg. 1840]. London. Cass. 1968. VIII, 387 S..
0-7146-1416-5

The life and adventures of Michael Armstrong, the factory boy
Trollope, Frances Milton,
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey Ltd (A Bell & Howell Information and Learning company),. 2000.

The life and adventures of Miss Emma Howard: a model of female virtue.
New York. G. C. Holbrook,. 1853.. 38 p..

¬The¬ life and adventures of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, commonly called the king of the beggars
London. 1782.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies: commonly call'd Mother Ross; who, in several campaigns ... in the quality of a foot-soldier and dragoon, gave many signal proofs of an unparallell'd courage ... Taken from her own mouth
Davies, Christian
London. printed in the year. 1743. 205,[1]p.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies: commonly call'd Mother Ross; who, in several campaigns under King William and the late Duke of Marlborough, in the quality of a foot-soldier and dragoon, gave many signal proofs of ... courage and personal bravery. Taken from her own mouth when a pensioner of Chelsea-Hospital
Davies, Christian
London. printed for and sold by R. Montagu. 1740. Online-Ressource.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies: the British Amazon, commonly called Mother Ross; who served as a foot-soldier and dragoon, in several campaigns, under King William and the late Duke of Marlborough; ... The whole taken from her own mouth
Davies, Christian
The second edition. To which is added, an appendix, containing several remarkable passages, omitted in the former impression. London. printed for R. Montagu. 1741. Online-Ressource.

Alexander's Hymns No. 3: with standard Hymns : as used in the Chapman-Alexander Missions : including supplemental Hymns
Alexander, Charles M.
London. Marshall, Morgen & Scott ,. [19--??]. 160 s..

The life and adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies, commonly call'd Mother Ross;: who, in several campaigns under King William and the late Duke of Marlborough, in the quality of a foot-soldier and dragoon, gave many signal proofs of an unparallell'd courage and personal bravery. Taken from her own mouth when a pensioner of Chelsea-hospital, and known to be true by many who were engaged in those great scenes of action.
Defoe, Daniel,
London, . R. Montagu,. 1740.. iv, 87, 104, [14] p..

The life and adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies, the British Amazon, commonly called Mother Ross;: who served as a foot-soldier and dragoon, in several campaigns, under King William and the late Duke of Marlborough; containing variety of transactions both serious and diverting: ... The whole taken from her own mouth, and known to be true by many noblemen, generals, and other officers, &c. mentioned in her life, and still living, who served in those wars at the same time, and were witnesses of her uncommon martial bravery.
Defoe, Daniel,
London. Printed for R. Montagu,. 1741.. 2 p. L., [3]-20, 87, 104, [14] p..

The life and adventures of Nathaniel Pearce
Pearce, Nathaniel ; Halls, John J. [Hrsg.]
London. Colburn and Bentley.

Life and adventures of Nat Love: better known in the cattle country as "Deadwood Dick"
Love, Nat,
Los Angeles, Cal., . 1907.. 162 p..

The life and adventures of Nat Love: better known in the cattle country as "Deadwood Dick"
Love, Nat,
Baltimore, MD (P.O. Box 13414, Baltimore, MD, 21203). Black Classic Press,. c1988.. 162 p., [7] leaves of plates.

The life and adventures of Nat Love: better known in the cattle country as "Deadwood Dick" by himself : a true history of slavery days, life on the great cattle ranges and on the plains of the "wild and woolly" West, based on facts, and personal experiences of the author
Love, Nat,
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]. Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,. 1999.

The life and adventures of Nat Love.
Love, Nat,
New York, . Arno Press,. 1968.. iv, 162 p..

The life and adventures of Nat Love: better known in the cattle country as 'Deadwood Dick'
Love, Nat.
Lincoln {[u.a.]. Univ. of Nebraska Press,. 1995.. XVIII, 162 S..

¬The¬ life and adventures of Nat Love, better known in the cattle country as "Daedwood Dick": a true history of slavery days, life on great cattle range and on the plains of the "wild and woolly" West, based on facts, and personal expereiances of the author
Love, Nat
Repr.. New York. Arno Press & The New York Times. 1968. 162 S..

The life and adventures of Nat Love, better known in the cattle country as "Deadwood Dick"
Love, Nat,
Lincoln. University of Nebraska Press,. c1995.. xviii, 162 p..

The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: With illustr. by Phiz
Dickens, Charles
London. Chapman & Hall. 1889. Portr.,XVI,624 S..

The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: With 39 ill. by "Phiz" and an introd. by Dame Sybil Thorndike
Dickens, Charles
Repr.. Oxford u.a.. Oxford Univ.Pr.. 1987. XXX, 831 S. : Ill.. The Oxford illustrated Dickens..

The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Dickens, Charles
London. Mandarin. 1991. XXXI, 926 S. : Ill. Mandarin paperback.
ISBN 0-7493-0757-9 (kart.) : £ 2.99

¬The¬ life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Dickens, Charles ; Browne, Hablot Knight
Facs. repr. [d. Ausg. v.] 1838-1839. Menston, Yorkshire. Scolar Pr.. 1973. XVI, 624, IV, 42 S..

The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Dickens, Charles ; Hesford, Martyn Edward ; Dance, Charles ; Ferris, Pam ; Fisher, Gregor ; Whittaker, Stephen
[Bildtonträger]. [S.l.]. Arcorn. 2002. 1 DVD-Video (PAL, ca. 194 Min.).

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Dickens
Leipzig . 1843.

¬The¬ Life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby: [DVD Video]
Goddard, Jim ¬[Regie]¬ ; Callender, Colin ¬[Prod.]¬ ; Edgar, David ¬[Drehbuch]¬ ; Imi, Tony ¬[Kamera]¬ ; Rees, Roger ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Richard, Emily ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Threlfall, David ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Dickens, Charles ¬[Lit. Vorl.]¬ ; Nunn, Trevor ¬[Vorl.]¬ ; Caird, John ¬[Vorl.]¬ ; Oliver, Stephen ¬[Komp.]¬
Special collector's ed.. [London]. Metrodome Distribution. 2003. 3 DVD Videos (ca. 169/167/167 Min.).
EUR 48.80

Life and adventures of Oliver Goldsmith
Fernau, Joachim.
1848.

The life and adventures of Pedrillo del Campo: Intermix'd with several entertaining and delightful novels. Written originally in French, by Mo fatal
Thibault
Berlin ; München ; Wien ; Zürich ; New York. Langenscheidt. 2003. 40 S.. Crime en série.
ISBN 3-468-45589-5 geh.

The life and adventures of Peter Porcupine,: with a full and fair account of all his authoring transactions; being a sure and infallible guide for all enterprising young men who wish to make a fortune by writing pamphlets.
Cobbett, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed for, and sold by, William Cobbett, North Second Street, opposite Christ Church.,. Oct. 1796. viii, [1], 10-56 p. ;.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Peter Porcupine: with a full and fair account of all his authoring transactions
Cobbett, William
Glasgow. Printed by D. Niven. 1798. 57 p..

¬The¬ life and adventures of Peter Wilkins: with an introduction
Paltock, Robert ; Bentley, Christopher
London. Oxford Univ. Press. 1973. XVIII, 388 S.. Oxford English novels..
ISBN 0-19-255329-1

The life and adventures of Peter Wilkins
Paltock, Robert
New York. Garland Publishing. 1974. xiii, 287, xi, 297 p.. The Flowering of the novel.
ISBN 0-8240-1134-1

¬The¬ life and adventures of Peter Wilkins, a Cornish man: In 2 volumes
Paltock, Robert
London. Robinson u.a.. 1751.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Peter Wilkins, a Cornish man: taken from his own mouth, in his passage to England, from off Cape Horn in America, in the ship Hector ; in 2 vol.
Paltock, Robert
London. Harrison. +The novelist's magazine ; ....

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF PETER WILKINS. BY ROBERT PALTOCK. EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY CHRISTOPHER BENTLEY. LONDON (U.A.): OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1973. XVIII, 388 S.: ILL.
Paltock, Robert ; Bentley, Christopher
1973. OXFORD ENGLISH NOVELS..
ISBN 0-19-255329-1

¬The¬ life and adventures of Philip Quarll: the English hermit, who was discovered by an English merchant on an uninhabited Island in the South-sea ...
London. Thomas. 1839. VIII, 165 S. : Ill.. The child's library.

Life and adventures of Polk Wells: (Charles Knox Polk Wells) the notorious outlaw, whose acts of fearlessness and chivalry kept the frontier trails afire with excitement, and whose roberies [!] and other depredations in the Platte Purchase and elsewhere, have been a most frequent discussion to this day, all of which transpired during and just after the Civil War.
Wells, Charles Knox Polk,
[Halls, Mo.] . G. A. Warnica. [pref. 1907]. 259 p. incl. front., illus. (incl. ports.).

Life and adventures of Polk Wells (Charles Knox Poll Wells): the notorious outlaw, whose acts of fearlessness and chivalry kept the frontier trails afire with excitement, and whose roberies [sic] and other depredations in the Platte Purchase and elsewhere, have been a most frequent discussion to this day, all of which transpired during and just after the Civil War
Wells, Charles Knox Polk,
[Halls, Mo.]. G.A. Warnica,. [1907]. 259 p..

Life and adventures of Robert, the hermit of Massachusetts,: who has lived 14 years in a cave, secluded from human society. Comprising, an account of his birth, parentage, sufferings, and providential escape from unjust and cruel bondage in early life--and his reasons for becoming a recluse. Taken from his own mouth, and published for his benefit.
Trumbull, Henry.
Providence, . Printed for H. Trumbull,. 1829.. 36 p..

Life and adventures of Robert Voorhis: the hermit of Massachusetts, who has lived 14 years in a cave, secluded from human society. Comprising an account of his birth, parentage, sufferings, and providential escape from unjust and cruel bondage in early life--and his reasons for becoming a recluse.
Trumbull, Henry,
Providence, . Printed for H. Trumbull,. 1829.. 36 p., incl. port..

Life and adventures of Robert Voorhis, the hermit of Massachusetts: who has lived 14 years in a cave, secluded from human society; comprising, an account of his birth, parentage, sufferings, and providential escape from unjust and cruel bondage in early life--and his reasons for becoming a recluse, taken from his own mouth, and published for his benefit
Trumbull, Henry,
Providence. Printed for H. Trumbull,. 1829. 36 p..

<<The>> life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Defoe, Daniel ; Ross, Angus |b [Hrsg.]
9. reprint.. London [u.a.]. Penguin Books. 1985. 319 S.. Penguin classics : Literature.
0-14-043007-5

¬The¬ life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe
Defoe, Daniel
London. Warne. ¬[o.J.]¬.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, mariner: who lived eight and twenty years all alone in an uninhabited island, on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river Oroonoque. ... Written by himself
Defoe, Daniel
London. printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter. 1790. 3v.,plates.

The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe, who was shipwrecked on an unhabitant island, near the mouth of the great river Oroonoque, where he resided twenty-eight years: with an account of its travels through various parts of the world
Defoe, Daniel
London. Kelly. 1817. 370 S..

The life and adventures of Rody the Rover;: the ribbonman of Ireland.
Carleton, William,
[Philadelphia, . T. B. Peterson & brothers,. 186-?]. 1 p.l., [19]-114 p..

The life and adventures of...Roger Sherman Potter: together with an accurate...account of his great achievement in politics, diplomacy, and war...
Adams, F. Colburn
New York. Stanford & Delisser,. 1858.. 9-522 p..

The life and adventures of Roxana the fortunate mistress: or most unhappy wife. Containing, the vast variety of fortunes that attended her ... with several curious reflections, and entertaining particulars
Defoe, Daniel
London. printed for C. Whitefield. 1749.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Roxana, the fortunate mistress: or, most unhappy wife. In three parts
Defoe, Daniel
London. printed for S. Crowder, and S. Gamidge, in Worcester. 1765. 144p.,plates.

Life and adventures of Sam Bass: the notorious Union Pacific and Texas train robber : together with a grafic account of his capture and death ... and the capture and death of Collins, Berry, Barns, and Arkansas Johnson.
Dallas, Tex.. Dallas Commercial Steam Print,. 1878.. 89 p. ;.

Life and adventures of Sam Bass, the notorious Union Pacific and Texas train robber: together with a graphic account of his capture and death - sketch of the members of his band, with thrilling pen pictures of their many bold and desperate deeds, and the capture and death of Collins, Berry, Barnes, and Arkansas Johnson.
Dallas, Tex.. Dallas Commercial Steam Print,. 1878.. 89 p. ;.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Santa Claus
Baum, Lyman Frank ; Hague, Michael
1st ed.. New York. H. Holt. 2003. 175 S. : zahlr. Ill..
ISBN 0-8050-3822-1

The life and adventures of Santa Claus: based on the novel by L. Frank Baum
Alette, Carl, ; Jackson, R. Eugene. ; Baum, L. Frank
Denver. Pioneer Drama Service,. c1988.. 1 vocal score (36 p.) ;.

The life and adventures of Seth Wyman: embodying the principal events of a life spent in robbery, theft, gambling, passing counterfeit money, &c., &c
Wyman, Seth,
Manchester, N.H.. J.H. Cate,. 1843. iv, 310 p.

The life and adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
Smollett, Tobias George ; Evans, David [Hrsg.]
London [u.a.]. Oxford Univ. Pr.. 1973. XXVII, 234 S.. Oxford English novels.

The life and adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
Smollett, Tobias George ; Wagner, Peter [Hrsg.]
London, England [u.a.]. Penguin Books. 1988. 272 S.. Penguin classics.
ISBN 0-14-043306-6

¬The life ¬and adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves
Smollett, Tobias George ; Fitzpatrick, Barbara Laning ¬[Hrsg.]¬
1 Aufl.. Athens ¬[u.a.]¬. Univ. of Georgia Press. 2002. LIV, 314 S. : Ill.. ¬The ¬works of Tobias Smollett.
ISBN 0-8203-2307-1

¬The¬ life and adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves. Illustrated with copper plates. By the author of Roderick Random
Smollett, Tobias George
Dublin. printed by James Hoey, junior. 1762.

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SIR LAUNCELOT GREAVES. TOBIAS SMOLLETT. ED. WITH AN INTROD. BY DAVID EVANS. LONDON (U.A.): OXFORD UNIV. PR. 1973. XXVII, 234 S.
Smollett, Tobias George ; Evans, David
1973. OXFORD ENGLISH NOVELS..
ISBN 0-19-255364-X

The life and adventures of the American cow-boy: life in the Far West
Stanley, Clark.
[Providence]. Stanley,. 1897.. 39 p., [11] leaves of plates.

Life and adventures of the celebrated bandit Joaquin Murrieta: his exploits in the state of California
Paz, Ireneo
Houston, Tex. . Arte Pùblico Press. 2001. 138 S..

The life and adventures of the celebrated Walking Stewart: including his travels in the East Indies, Turkey, Germany, & America.
Brande, William Thomas,
London, . E. Wheatley,. 1822.. 16 p..

Life and adventures of Timothy Murphy,: the benefactor of Schoharie,
[Sigsby, XXX] [from old catalog]
Schoharie . C[ourt] H[ouse] N.Y., Printed by W. H. Gallup,. 1839.. 32 p..

Life and adventures of Timothy Murphy, the benefactor of Schoharie: including his history from the commencement of the Revolution ...
Sigsby
Schoharie, [N.Y.]. A.B.F. Pond,. 1863.. 23 p. ;.

Life and adventures of Timothy Murphy the benefactor of Schoharie,
[Sigsby, XXX] [from old catalog]
Tarrytown, N.Y., . Reprinted, W. Abatt,. 1926.. p. [3]-32. 27 cm..

The life and adventures of Trobadora Beatrice as chronicled by her minstrel Laura
Morgner
Lincoln . Univ. of Nebraska Press .

The life and adventures of William Buckley
Morgan, John
Newly set version based on the 1852 orig. publ. Canberra. 1980. 238 S..
ISBN 0-7081-1595-0

¬The¬ life and adventures of William Buckley: 32 years a wanderer amongst the Aborigines of the then unexplored country around Port Phillip, now the Province of Victoria
Morgan, John ; Sayers, Charles E. ¬[Hrsg.]¬ ; Wedge, John H. ¬[Ill.]¬
New ed, First printed and publ. Hobart 1852. London u.a.. Heinemann. 1967. XXIII,116 S.. Heinemann pioneer series ; 1.

The life and adventures of William Buckley: thirty-two years a wanderer amongst the Aborigines of the then unexplored country round Port Phillip, now the province of Victoria
Morgan, John, ; Flannery, Tim F.
Melbourne. Text Publishing,. 2002.. xlvi, 200 p..

The life and adventures of William Buckley,: thirty-two years a wanderer amongst the aborigines of then unexplored country round Port Phillip, now the province of Victoria.
Morgan, John. ; Macdougall, Archibald.
Hobart, . A. Macdougall,. 1852.. xiv, 208 p..

The life and adventures of William Buckley: [thirty-two years a wanderer amongst the Aborigines]
Morgan, John.
[Brookvale, NSW]. Schicht,. 1996.. XXII, 200 S..

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF WILLIAM BUCKLEY : 32 YEARS A WANDERER AMONGST THE ABORIGINES OF THE UNEXPLORED COUNTRY ROUND PORT PHILLIP
Morgan, John
FIRLE. CALIBAN. 1979. 238 S. : ILL..
ISBN 0-904573-12-5

The life and adventures of William Buckley, thirty-two years a wanderer amongst the aborigines of the then unexplored country around Port Phillip, now the province of Victoria.
Morgan, John,
London, . Heinemann. [1967]. xxiii, 116 p..

The life and adventures of William Cobbett
Ingrams, Richard
London. HarperCollins. 2005. XIV, 333, [16] S..
ISBN 0-00-255800-9

Life and adventures of William Filley
Filley, William ; Alden, Timothy
Facs. New York. Garland. 1976. Getr. Zählung. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 81.
ISBN 0-8240-1705-6

Life and adventures of William Filley, who was stolen from his home in Jackson, Mich., by the Indians, August 3rd, 1837, and his safe return from captivity, October 19, 1866, after an absence of 29 years
Filley, William. ; Ballard, J. Z.
Grand Rapids, Mich.. Black letter press,. 1971.. VI, 112 S..

The life and adventures of Wm. Harvard Stinchfield,: or, The wanderings of a traveling merchant. "An owre true tale," of the gaming table and bowl.
Robinson, J. H.
Portland, Me., . For the author,. 1851.. 81 p..

The life and adventures of Wm. Harvard Stinchfield, or, The wanderings of a traveling merchant
Robinson, J. H.
Portland, Me.. For the author, printed by Thurston,. 1851. iv, 81 p.

¬The¬ life and adventures of Zamba, an African negro king, and his experience of slevery in South Carolina
Zamba ; Neilson, Peter ¬[Hrsg.]¬
London. 1847. XX, 258 S..

The life and adventures, songs, services, and speeches of Private Miles O'Reilly (pseud.): (47th regiment, New York volunteers.) ... with comic illustrations by Mullen. From the authentic records of the New York herald
Halpine, Charles G.
Charlottesville, VA. University of Virginia,. 2003.

<<The>> life and African explorations of Dr. David Livingstone: comprising all his extensive travels and discoveries
Livingstone, David
New York . Cooper Square Press. 2002. 643 S..

The life and after-life of St John of Beverley: the evolution of the cult of an Anglo-Saxon saint
Wilson, Susan E.
Aldershot [u.a.]. Ashgate. 2006. 246 S.. Church, faith and culture in the medieval West.
0-7546-5326-9

¬The¬ life and amours of Charles Lewis Elector Palatin
Karl Ludwig <Pfalz, Kurfürst>
London. 1692. 150 S..

¬The¬ life and amours of Count de Turenne: originally wrote in French by the author of the Jews letters
Argens
The second edition. London. printed for J. Williams. 1762.

¬The¬ life and amours of Lady Ann F-l-y: develloping [sic] the whole of her intrigues, from the time of her marriage with the Hon. Edward Foley, in October 1778, till the present time; ... Including the whole substance of the trial for Crim. Con. between the Hon. Mr. F-y and the Earl of Peterborough, ... Together with some curious anecdotes of her sister, Lady Maria Bayntum
London. printed for G. Lister. [1782?]. 31,[1]p.

¬The¬ life and amours of Owen Tideric Prince of Wales: otherwise Owen Tudor, ... First wrote in French, and published many years since at Paris, and now translated into English
Curli
London. printed for William Owen. 1751.

THE LIFE AND ANECDOTES OF DAVID RITCHIE, THE ORIGINAL OF SIR WALTER SCOTT'S BLACK DWARF / WILLIAM CHAMBERS
Chambers, William
REPR. OF THE 1820 ED., EDINBURGH.. EDINBURGH. BROWN. 1885. IX, 54 S..

Life and art: a classification of the artist-figures in selected fiction of Tennessee Williams
Cherry, Grady
1977. 172 S..

Life and art: the short fiction of Bernard Malamud
Fairchild, Terrance LeRoy
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1990. 281 S..

Life and art in photograph
London. Chatto & Windus.

Life and art in Prehistoric Thera: Albert Reckitt archaeological lecture, British Academy 1971
Marinatos, SpyridÅon N.
London. 1972. S. 5ff.

The life and artistry of Maria Olenina-d'Alheim
Tumanov, Alexander
Edmonton. Univ. of Alberta Press. 2000. XIX, 359 S..
ISBN 0-88864-328-4

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Panofsky, Erwin
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