¬A¬ mirror for Unitarians: Catholicism and culture in Nineteenth Century New England literature
Williams, Peter William
1970. 291 S..
A mirror for witches: in which is reflected the life, machinations, and death of famous Doll Bilby, who, with a more than feminine perversity, preferred a demon to a mortal lover.
Forbes, Esther. ; Gibbings, Robert,
Boston, . Houghton Mifflin company,. 1928.. 4 p.l., 3-213,  p..
A mirror for witches: in which is reflected the life, machinations, and death of famous Doll Bilby, who, with a more than feminine perversity, preferred a demon to a mortal lover. Here is also told how and why a righteous and most awfull judgment befell her, destroying both corporeal body and immortal soul
Forbes, Esther. ; Gibbings, Robert.
Cambridge, Mass.. Riverside Press,. 1963, c1956.. 213 p..
A mirror in the roadway: literature and the real world
Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press,. 2005. xv, 280 s..
<<A>> mirror of charactery: a selection of characters as depicted by English writers from Chaucer to the present day
London . University Tutorial Press. 1933. XXXVII, 274 S..
¬A¬ mirror of Chaucer's world
Loomis, Roger S.
Princeton, NJ. Princeton Univ. Press. 1965. 179 S..
A Mirror of creation: 150 years of American nature painting, the Vatican Museums, Braccio di Carlo Magno, Vatican City State, September 24-November 23, 1980 = Uno specchio della creazione : 150 anni di pittura Americana della natura, Musei vaticani, Braccio di Carlo Magno, Citt¿ del Vaticano, 24 settembre-23 novembre, 1980.
Baur, John I. H.
New York, N.Y.. Friends of American Art in Religion,. c1980..  p..
A mirror of England: an anthology of the writings of H. J. Massingham (1888 - 1952)
Massingham, Harold J. ; Abelson, Edward [Hrsg.]
Bideford. Green Books. 1988. XVII, 197 S.. Green classics.
A mirror of England: english puritan views of foreign nations, 1618 - 1640
Breslow, Marvin Arthur
Cambridge, Mass.. Harvard Univ. Press. 1970. XII, 177 S.. Harvard historical studies ; 84.
A MIRROR OF ENGLAND. ENGLISH PURITAN VIEWS OF FOREIGN NATIONS, 1618- 1640. BY MARVIN ARTHUR BRESLOW. CAMBRIDGE, MASS.: HARVARD UNIV. PR. 1970. 12,177 S.
BRESLOW, MARVIN A.
1970. HARVARD HISTORICAL STUDIES. 84..
A mirror of nature: Nordic Landscape Painting 1840-1910
Kopenhagen. Statens Museum for Kunst. 2006. 312 S..
¬A¬ mirror of nazism: British opinion and the emergence of Hitler 1929 - 1933
London. Gollancz. 1964. 248 S..
<<A>> mirror of the world: three thousand years of books and manuscripts
Cologny . Bibliotheca Bodmeriana. 2001. 101 p..
A mirror of treue honour and Christian nobilitie: exposing: the life, death, and diuine vertues, of the most noble, and godly Lorde Frauncis Earle of Bedford, Baron Russell, Lorde chiefe Iustice, [and] Iustice in Oier, of all the Queene forrests, [and]c. ... Who deceased at Bedford house, the xxviij. of Iune. 1585. AEtatis suæ. 58. Wherevnto is adioyned a report of the vertues of the right valiant & worthy knight S. Frauncis, Lord Russell, sonne and heire apparant of the honour and good giftes of the sayd right noble Earle, who vpon a daye of truce was slaine, by a treacherous strategeme of the Scots, the 27. day of the said month of Iune. The report of George Whetstone, Gent. a faithfull seruant of the sayd right honorable Earle
Imprinted at London. By Richard Iones. 1585.
¬A¬ Mirror of whitening light: for chamber orchestra (1976-77)
Davies, Peter M.
Part.. London. Boosey & Hawkes. c 1978.
¬A¬ Mirror of witchcraft
London. Chatto & Windus. 1957. 260 S. ; 8-o.
¬A mirror ¬on the Rhine?: the Nouvelle revue germanique, Strasbourg 1829 - 1837
1 Aufl.. Oxford ; Bern ; Berlin ; Bruxelles ; Frankfurt a.M. ; New York ; Wien. Lang. 2000. 340 S. ; 23 cm. French studies of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries ; Vol. 2.
ISBN 3-906762-39-4 (Bern ...) kart. : DM 98.00
¬A¬ mirror on which to dwell: (six poems of Elizabeth Bishop) for soprano and chamber orchestra
Partitur, Repr.. New York, NY [u.a.]. Assoc. Music Publ.. c 1977. IV, 96 S..
<<A>> mirror on which to dwell: six poems of Elizabeth Bishop
New York [etc.] . Associated Music Publishers. [cop. 1977]. 1 Partitur (IV, 96 S.).
A mirror, representing some religious characters of the present times.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Young, Stewart, and M'Culloch, the corner of Chesnut and Second-Streets.,. M.DCC.LXXX.VI. . , 59,  p. ;.
A mirror to my life
New York. Holt,. 1988, c1987.. 120 p..
A mirror to nature: the theater actor's relationship to characters and use of roles for self-exploration
III, 219 S..
¬A¬ mirror to ourselves: a citation analysis of New Zealand libraries, 1980 - 1990
Wellington. Victoria Univ. 1991. 40 S.. Occasional papers in bibliography and librarianship ; 20.
¬A¬ mirror; wherein the rumpers and fanaticks (especially those, who even yet desire to continue religious rebells, and to make piety the sire to treason, and new disturbances;) may see their deformity, and abhor both themselves and their actions: Sent in a letter by a friend, to a votary and follower of that faction. Occasioned by a seditious sermon lately preached
London. printed for Robert Pawley at the Rainbow in Fleetstreet. 1660.
A mirrour for Christian states: or, A table of politick vertues considerable amongst Christians: Divided, into three bookes. Reviewed, and augmented, by E. Molinier, of Tolose priest, and Doctor of Divinitie. And by him dedicated, ro [sic] the most illustrious lord, the Lord Cardinall of Valette, Archbishop of Tolose. Translated into English, by VVilliam Tyrvvhit, Sen. Esquire
Molinier, Étienne, ; Tyrwhit, William
London. Printed by Thom. Harper,. 1635. , 216, 219-361,  p.
A mirrour of mercy and judgement. Or, An exact true narrative of the life and death of Freeman Sonds esquier, sonne to Sir George Sonds ...: Who being about the age of 19. for murthering his elder brother on Tuesday the 7th of August, was arraigned and condemned at Maidstone, executed there on Tuesday the 21. of the same moneth 1655 ...
London. Printed for Thomas Dring ...,. 1655.. 1 p. l., 38 p..
A mirrour of mercy and judgement, or, An exact true narrative of the life and death of Freeman Sonds Esquier [sic], sonne to Sir George Sonds of Lees Court in Shelwich in Kent: who being about the age of 19, for murthering his elder brother on Tuesday the 7th of August, was arraigned and condemned at Maidstone, executed there on Tuesday the 21. of the same moneth [sic] 1655.
London. Printed for Thomas Dring .... 1655.. , 38 p..
A mirrour of mutabilitie
Munday, Anthony ; Heinrich, Hans Peter [Hrsg.]
Frankfurt am Main ; Bern ; New York ; Paris. Lang. 1990. XXV, 133 S.. Bibliotheca humanistica ; Bd. 3.
ISBN 3-8204-1470-3 (kart.) : sfr 42.00 (freier Pr.)
¬A¬ mirrour or looking-glass: Both for saints, and sinners held forth in some thousands of examples, wherein is represented, as gods wonderfull goodness, and merciesto the one, so his severe judgments against the other. Collected out of the most authentick authors, both ancient, and modern, with some late examples observed by the author and other persons of credit
London. Clavell. 1671. 772 S..
A mirrour or looking-glass both for saints and sinners: held forth in some thousands of examples : wherein is presented as Gods wonderful mercies to the one, so his severe judgments against the other : collected out of the most classique authors both ancient and modern with some late examples observed by myself and others : whereunto are added a Geographical description of all the countries in the known world as also the wonders of God in nature and the rare stupendious and costly works made by the art and industry of man ...
London. Printed by Tho. Milbourn for Robert Clavel, Tho. Passinger, William Cadman, William Whitwood, Tho. Sawbridge and William Birch,. 1671.. 2 v..
A mirrour or looking-glasse both for saints, and sinners,
Clarke, Samuel, ; Mottershead, Edward, ; Ratcliffe, Thomas,
London, . Printed by T. R. and E. M. for Tho. Newberry,. 1657.. 9 p. l., 702,  p., 2 l., 219 (i.e. 225),  p..
A mirrour or looking-glasse both for saints, and sinners, held forth in some thousands of examples;: wherein is presented, as Gods wounderful mercies to the one, so his severe judgments against the other. Collected out of the most classique authors, both ancient, and modern, with some late examples observed by my self, and others. Whereunto are added a Geographical description of all the countries in the known world: as also the wonders of God in nature; and the rare, stupendious, and costly works made by the art and industry of man. As the most famous cities, temples, structures, statues, cabinets of rarities, &c. which have been, or are now in the world.
London, . Printed by T. R. and E. M. for Tho. Newberry;,. 1657.. 9 p. l., 702,  p., 2 l., 225,  p..
¬A¬ mirrour to all that love to follow the warres: [A poem on Peregrine Bertie, Baron Willoughby de Eresby]
London. Woolfe. 1589. 12 S..
A mirrour to distinguish the true ministers of the gospel from the false and apostate ministers: also, the state of the first covenant, what the preaching of the gospel is, and the necessity of it : the birth of our Saviour, his tryals, temptations and sufferings, and the coming of John Baptist, their several dispensatons and baptisms : the power, vertue and preciousness of Christ's appearance in his work and ministry : a true esteem of the Holy Scriptures, and the worth of them, being righty [sic] used and understood : the true Christian and ministers state, work and reward, distinct from the antichristian, in ten particular heads
London. Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle ...,. 1683.. 44 p..
Amåir Taimåur Gorgåan
Låahaur. Maktabah al-Quraish,. 1991.. 2 v. (1048 p.) ;.
3. patippu. Cennai. Aintinaip Patippakam. 1990. IV, 188 S.. Aintinai ; 10.
Amirta mataöna k¯uttu n¯aòtakam
Ceönönai. Ulakat Tamiöl¯ar¯aycci Niöruvaönam,. 1996.. iv, 438 p. ;.
æAmir Temurdyënþg biæilikleri
Nçokis. "Qaraqalpaqstan",. 1996.. 210 p. ;.
Amir Temurning ÆUrta Osië tarihida tutgan Æurni va roli: ëzma manbalar ma"lumoti asosida
(2. naÏsri). ToÏskent. ÆUzbekiston Respublikasi Fanlar Akad. Fan NaÏsriëti. 1993. 55 S..
Amir Temur va Ulughbek zamondoshlari khotirasida
Açhmedov, B. A.
Toshkent. æUqituvchi,. 1996.. 310 p. ;.
Amir Temur v mirovoæi istorii
Akhmedov, A. A.
Tashkent. Whark,. 1996.. 290 p..
°ÅAmir wa-BirlantÅi: al-ÖhikÅaya, al-qaÖdÅiya, al-Öhukm, al-waØtÅa'iq
aÖt-ÖTab°a 1.. al-QÅahira. SÅinÅa. 1988. 288 S. : Ill..
Amis: pièce en un acte
Paris. L'Illustration. 1935. 10, 17, 6 S.. La petite illustration / Théâtre ; 377.
Amis and Amiloun: zugleich mit der altfranzösischen Quelle ; nebst e. Beil.: Amícus ok Amílius Rímur
Heilbronn. Henninger. 1884. LXVI, 256 S.. Altenglische Bibliothek ; 2.
Amis and Amiloun
Unaltered repr. [der Ausg.] London 1937. Woodbridge, Suffolk [u.a.]. Boydell & Brewer. 2001. CII, 137 S.. Early English Text Society : Original series ; No. 203.
Amis and Amiloun, zugleich mit der altfranzösischen Quelle
Heilbronn. Henninger. 1884. CXXXI, 256 S.. Altengl. Bibliothek ; 2.
AMIS, Australian municipal information system.
Canberra. Australian Bureau of Statistics,. 1977.. 43 p. ;.
A Miscellaneous collection: consisting of an original letter from the pen of Columbus, never before published; some original poetry, and detached pieces of prose; interspersed with a few neat selections
London. Printed for the editor, by T. Davison, sold by J. Ginger,. 1803.. 132 p. ;.
[A miscellaneous collection of 26 patriotic and political songs and hymns.]
[n.p., . n.d.]. unpaged. cm..
¬A¬ miscellaneous essay on the rheumatism, gout, and stone: in which the causes of those diseases are proved to arise from the same origine; their cures , and prevention, are fully and regularly stated ; and some peculiar and sure methods and medicines are recommended to the publick
London. John Clarke ; Tho. Woodward. 1722. 55 S..
¬A¬ miscellaneous metaphysical essay: or an hypothesis concerning the Formation and Generation of spiritual and material Beings with their several Characteristics and Properties and how far the several surrounding beings partake of either Property. To which is added, some thoughts upon Creation in general, upon Preexistence etc. etc. The whole considered upon the principles of reason and from the tenor of the revelations in the holy scriptures. By an impartial Inquirer after Truth
¬A¬ miscellany: Containing Richard of Bury's Philobiblon ... With an introd. by Henry Morley
London. Routledge. 1888. 272 S.. Morley's universal library. ; 63..
[Norfolk]. Norfolk Record Society,. c1993.. 160 p..
¬A¬ miscellany: containing several tracts on various subjects
London. Printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper. 1752.
A Miscellany, comprising: Baptisms recorded in the church book of the Old Meeting House, Norwich, 1657-1681; baptisms and deaths recorded in the church book of the Great Yarmouth Independent Church, 1643-1705; the account book of the "Baptised" Church in the city of Norwich, 1726-1745; some notes on the Blomefield mss. in the Bodleian Library; progress notes of Warden Woodward relating to the Norfolk property of New College, Oxford, 1659-1675.
[Norfolk, Eng.] . Norfolk Record Society,. 1951.. 122 p..
A miscellany comprising the correspondence of Thomas Corie,: Town clerk of Norwich, 1664-1687 [and] The visitation of Norfolk, 1664, observations and comments.
Corie, Thomas, ; Bysshe, Edward,
[Norwich, Eng.] . Norfolk Record Society,. 1956.. 100 p..
A miscellany containing: Richard of Bury's Philobiblon, the Basilikon d\014Dron of King James I.;
London, . G. Routledge and sons,. 1888.. 272 p..
A miscellany, containing, amidst a variety of other matters curious and interesting, remarks on Boswell's Johnson; ... a critique on Bürger's Leonora; ... and an introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, ... By S. Whyte, and his son, E.-A. Whyte
Whyte, Edward Athenry ; Whyte, Edward Athenry
Dublin. printed by Robert Marchbank, for the editor, Edward-Athenry Whyte. 1799. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ miscellany, containing several tracts on various subjects. By the Bishop of Cloyne
Dublin. printed by George Faulkner. 1752. 264p.
A miscellany, for young persons, by Thomas Wright
S.l.. Printed chiefly for the use of the author's Seminary, at South-Town, near Great Yarmouth. [1795?]. Online-Ressource.
A miscellany of American Christianity;: essays in honor of H. Shelton Smith.
Henry, Stuart Clark,
Durham, N.C., . Duke University Press,. 1963.. vii, 390 p..
¬A¬ miscellany of Eastern learning: Translated from Turkish, Arabian, and Persian manuscripts, in the library of the King of France. By Mons. Cardonne, ... Translated into English. In two volumes
London. printed for J. Wilkie, and B. Law. 1771. 2v.
A miscellany of German and French poetry: Translated into English verse
Mason, Eudo C.
Edinburgh. Oliver & Boyd. 1963. 83 S..
A miscellany of Irish proverbs
O'Rahilly, Thomas Francis
[Repr. d. Ausg.] Dublin 1922. Norwood. 1977.
A miscellany of medieval and renaissance studies in honor of Aldo S. Bernardo: a special volume in honor of Aldo S. Bernardo
Binghamton,N.Y.. Center. 1990. XX, 354 S..
¬A¬ miscellany of medieval and Renaissance studies in honor of Aldo S. Bernardo
Pellegrini, Anthony L. ¬[Hrsg.]¬ ; Bernardo, Aldo S.
Ithaca, NY. State Univ. of New York Pr.. 1989. XX, 354 S. : Ill.. Mediaevalia ; 12.
A miscellany of Middle Eastern articles: in memoriam Thomas Muir Johnstone 1924 - 83 ; professor of Arabic in the University of London, 1970 - 82
Irvine, A. K. [Hrsg.] ; Johnstone, Thomas M.
1. print. Harlow. Longman. 1988. XI, 249 S..
A miscellany of Notts. records.
Blagg, Thomas Matthews,
Nottingham [Eng.] . Printed for the Thoroton Society by Cooke & Vowles,. 1945.. 210 p..
¬A¬ miscellany of objects from Sir John Soane's Museum: consisting of paintings, architectural drawings and other curiosities from the collection of Sir John Soane
Thornton, Peter ; Dorey, Helen
London. King. 1992. 126 S..
A miscellany of Old Master and Modern Prints: from Meckenem to Baselitz
Waldkirch . Waldkircher Verlagsgesellschaft. 1992. 151 S..
A Miscellany of studies in Romance languages and literatures presented to Leon E(mile) Kastner
Williams, Mary Rhionnan [Hrsg.] ; Kastner, Leon Emile
Reissued. Port Washington N. Y.. Kennikat. 1971. 12, 570 S..
A miscellany of sundry essayes, paradoxes and problematicall discourses, letters and characters: together with politicall deductions from the history of the Earl of Essex, executed under Queen Elizabeth
London. Printed by J. Grismond for R. Royston ...,. 1659.. , 260 p..
¬A¬ miscellany of typ
Andoversford. Whittington Pr.. 1990. 125 S. : Ill..
A miscellany of type
Andoversford. Whittington Press. 1990. IV, 125 S..
A MISCELLANY OF WINE. BY CHARLES WALTER BERRY. WITH A FOREWORD BY ANDRE SIMON. LONDON: CONSTABLE 1932. 9, 104 S.
Berry, Charles W.
¬A¬ miscellany on taste. By Mr. Pope, &c. Viz. I. of taste in architecture. An epistle to the Earl of Burlington. With notes variorum, and a compleat key. II. Of Mr. Pope's taste in divinity, viz. the fall of man, and the first Psalm. Translated for the use of a young lady. III. Of Mr. Pope's taste of Shakespeare. IV. - His satire on Mrs. P-y. V. Mr. Congreve's fine epistle on retirement and taste. Address'd to Lord Cobham
London. printed; and sold by G. Lawton [i.e. Lawton Gilliver], in Fleet-street; T. Osborn, below bridge; and J. Hughes in High-Holborn. 1732.
Amische: die Lebensweise der Amischen in Berne, Indiana ; eine Monographie
Bachmann-Geiser, Brigitte ; Bachmann, Eugen
2. Aufl. Bern ; Langnau ; Murten. Licorne-Verl.. 2003. 251 S..
ISBN 3-85654-098-9 Gewebe : sfr 55.00
Amische Lebensmuster: 119. Ausstellung 24. Mai - 30. Juni 1995, Kleine Humboldt-Galerie, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin
Berlin. Humboldt-Univ.. . 56,  S..
Yoder, Joseph W. ¬[Hrsg.]¬
Huntingdon, Pa.. Yoder Publ. Comp.. 1942. XII, 114 S..
Amische Lieder: Tonträger
Oberhofen am Thunersee . Zytglogge .
[München] . List .
¬Die¬ Amischen alter Ordnung in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: religions- und wirtschaftsgeographische Signifikanz einer religiösen Gruppe im Kräftefeld der amerikanischen Gesellschaft
Berlin. Reimer. 1994. 305 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.. Geographia religionum ; 9.
¬Die¬ Amischen in der Lancaster County (Pennsylvania): Beharrung und Wandel einer fundamentalistisch-religiösen Minderheit ; Frau Professorin D. Angelika Sievers zum 80. Geburtstag
Windhorst, Hans-Wilhelm ; Klohn, Werner
1. Aufl.. Vechta. Vechtaer Dr. u. Verl.. 1992. 124 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.. VSAG ; 4.
The Amis collection: selected non-fiction, 1954-1990
London, England ; New York, NY, USA. Penguin Books. 1991. XV, 400 S.. A Penguin book : Literary criticism.
ISBN 0-14-014855-8 : £7.99