A most excellent and perfecte homish apothecarye or homely physick booke: for all the grefes and diseases of the bodye
Brunschwig, Hieronymus, ; Hollybush, John. ; Birckman, Arnold, ; Mierdman, Steven,
Imprinted at Collen. By Arnold Birckman,. In the yeare of our Lord 1561.. 45 leaves ;.
A most excellent and perfecte homish apothecarye or homely physik booke, for all the grefes and diseases of the bodye. Translated out the Almaine speche into English by Ihon Hollybush
Imprinted at Collen . By [the heirs of] Arnold Birckman .
A Most excellent ballad of an old man and his wife: who in their great want and misery sought to children for succour, by whom they were disdained, and scornefully sent away succourlesse, and Gods vengeance shewed vpon them for the same : to the tune of Priscilla
Printed at London. For E.[A.],. [ca. 1620]. 1 broadside.
A most excellent eloquent speech made, not by an irreligious, rebellious, improbous, impious, sedicious, pestiferous, pernicious, factious, flagitious, vicious, vafritious, mischievous, malicious, mutinous, luxurious, letcherous, &c. noble peer, but by a most noble and wise pious and vertuous emperor, viz., Alexander Severus: to the common people of Rome, assembled before him in Pompey's Theatre : with the causes, as likewise the effects thereof, which were an humble and real cordial verbal address, to his imperial majesty, of all their lives and fortunes : being a rare pattern of pagan piety and obedience : with a few quintessential queries and remarques thereupon : calculated for the meridian of the famous city of London, but may prove of singular service and infallible use to all the atheistical, dissenting, disloyal, and phanatical subjects of His Sacred Majesty of Great-Brittain, France, and Ireland, &c. without the least preceptible error or mistake in the world
[London?]. Printed for W. Davis ...,. 1683.. , 18 p..
A Most excellent godly new ballad: [shew]ing the manifold abuses of this wicked world, the intolerable pride of people, the wantonnesse [of] women, the dissimulation of flatterers, the subtilty of deceiuers, the beastlines of drunkards, the filthinesse of whoredome, the vnthriftines of gamesters, the cruelty of landlords, with a number of other inconucadences : to the tune of Greene-sleeues
At London. Printed by R.B.,. [ca. 1615]. 1 broadside.
¬A¬ most excellent godly new ballad, shewing the manifold abuses of this wicked world: Ballad
London. B[lower]. [ca. 1615]. 1 S..
A most excellent homish apothecarye
Amsterdam, . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum;. 1968.. 45 l..
A most excellent hystorie, of the institution and firste beginning of Christian princes, and the originall of kingdomes: wherunto is annexed a treatise of peace and warre, and another of the dignitie of mariage. Very necessarie to be red, not only of all nobilitie and gentlemen, but also of euery publike persone. First written in Latin by Chelidonius Tigurinus, after translated into French by Peter Bouaisteau of Naunts in Brittaine, and now englished by Iames Chillester, Londoner. Séen and allowed according to the order appointed
Chelidonius, ; Boaistuau, Pierre, ; Chillester, James.
At London. Printed by H. Bynneman dvvelling in Knightrider streat, at the signe of the Marmayd,. Anno. 1571. , 199,  p.
¬A¬ most excellent instruction for the exact and perfect keeping merchant bookes of accounts
(Facs. [der Ausgabe]) London 1632. London. 1976. ¬The¬ English Experience ; 786.
A most excellent instruction for the exact and perfect keeping merchants bookes of accounts: by vvay of debitor and creditor, after the Italian manner: most usefull for all merchants, factors, and tradesmen. Set forth in a most plaine and perfect manner, easie to be understood of the learner, or reader. And for the more explanation of all, here is adioyned the practice by an example of the inventory, iournall and lidger: with an ample table to the whole worke. By I.C. Gent
London. Printed by I[ohn] B[eale] for Iames Boler, and are to be sold at the signe of the Marigold in Pauls Churchyard. 1632. Online-Ressource.
A most excellent instruction for the keeping merchants bookes of accounts
London. Boler. 1632.
A most excellent instruction for the keeping merchants bookes of accounts
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ;. 1975 [i.e. 1976]. 141 p. ;.
¬A¬ most excellent new ballad, of an olde man and his wife
[Anr. ed.]. London. [ca. 1620]. 1 S..
¬A¬ most excellent offer of a certaine invention for a new kind of fire first found out by Mr. H. Platte, and now disclosed by Mr. Gosling
London. S[parke]. 1628. 1 S..
¬A¬ most excellent song of the love of young Palmus
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. Coles u.a.. [1675?]. 1 S..
A most excellent treatise containing the way to seek heavens glory, to flie earths vanity, to feare hells horror: with Godly prayers and the bell-mans summons.
London. Printed by G.M. for Michael Sparke Junior at the blew [sic] Bible in Greene-Arbour,. 1639.. , 236 [i.e. 238],  p..
¬A¬ most excellent treatise of the begynning of heresyes
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] Antwerp 1565. Menston, Yorkshire. Scolar Press. 1970. 95 Bl. : Ill.. English recusant literature ; 24,1.
¬A¬ most excellent treatise of the begynnyng of heresyes in oure time
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. Antwerp. 1565]. Menston/Yorkshire. Scolar Pr.. 1970.
¬A¬ most excellent treatise of the begynnyng of heresyes in oure tyme
Antwerp. Diest. 1565.
¬A¬ most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil
London. Banks. 1642.
A Most execrable and barbarovs mvrder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22 of October last, 1641: wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were aboard, except the cooke and three boyes : and lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited : Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacre.
London. Printed for T. Banks,. July the 18, 1642.. , 6 p..
¬A¬ most extraordinary pair: Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin
Garden City. Doubleday. 1975. 328 S..
A most familiar explanation of the Assemblies Shorter catechism: wherein their larger answers are broken into lesser parcels, thereby to let in the light by degrees into the minds of the learners : to which is added in the close a most brief help for the necessary but much neglected duty of self-examination, to be daily perused : and to this is subjoined a letter of Christian counsel to a destitute flock
London. Printed for Edw. Brewster,. 1682.. , 164,  p..
¬A¬ most famous victory obtained by that vallant religious gentleman, Collonell Venne
London. Rich. 1642.
A most friendly farewell
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
A most heauenly and plentifull treasure, or, A rich minerall full of sweetest comforts: the contents the next page will shewe.
Du Vair, Guillaume, ; Stocker, Thomas,
Printed at London. By H.L. for Henrie Fetherstone, at the signe of the Rose in Paules Church-yard,. 1609.. , 452 p..
Amos & the Disciples of Praise
[United States. s.n.,. 2000]. 1 sound cassette.
Amos the wanderer
Maxwell, William Babington
copyright ed.. Leipzig. Tauchnitz. 1932. 286 S.. Tauchnitz edition ; 5058.
Amos the wanderer,
Maxwell, W. B.
New York, . Dodd, Mead & Company,. 1932.. 3 p. l., 314 p..
Amos the wanderer.
Maxwell, W. B.
London. W. Heinemann, ltd.,. . 310 p. ;.
¬A¬ most horrible murther committed at May field in Sussex
London. Danter. 1595.
A most horrid but true copy of a publick confession of faith: exactly translated out of the original language of the Roman Catholicks in Hungaria, for refusing of which many precious Protestant ministers of the Gospel were imprisoned, made to carry water, banished and sold for slaves, and in that misery many of them died : others of them who could not swallow their damnable principles, which were imposed on them, fled into England, and were kindly relieved by His Majesties subjects
London. Printed for R.G.,. 1679. , 6 p.
¬A¬ most horrid but true copy of a publick confession of faith .. Hungaria
London. R. G.. 1679. 8 S..
A most horrid but true copy of publick confession of faith,
London, . Printed for R. G.,. 1679.. 6 p..
"A most important epocha"; the coming of the Revolution in South Carolina
Weir, Robert M.
Columbia, S.C., . Published for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, by the University of South Carolina Press. . 80 p..
A most learned and eloquent speech,: spoken and delivered in the House of commons, at Westminster, by a most learned lawyer, the 23th June, 1647.
Most learned lawyer. [from old catalog]
[London, . 1647]. 4 p..
A most learned and eloquent speech, spoken and delivered in the House of Commons at Westminster by a most learned lawyer, the 23th June, 1647.
S.l., . s.a..
¬A¬ most learned and eloquent speech, spoken or delivered in the Honourable House of Commons at Westminster, by the most learned lawyer Miles Corbet, Esq: recorder of Great Yarmouth, and Burgess of the same, on the 31th day of July, 1647. taken in short-hand by Nocky, and Tom. Dunn, his clerks, and revised by John Tayler
Taylor, John ; Corbet, Miles ¬[attributed name]¬
S.l.. s.n. [1681?]. 7,  p..
¬A¬ most learned and pious treatise framing a ladder whereby our mindes may ascend to God
A most learned and religious speech spoken by ...: ... 23 of ... September
London. Otwell. 1642.
¬A¬ most learned and religious speech spoken by Mr. Pym at a conference of both Houses of Parliament the 23 of this instant moneth of September: declaring unto them the necessity and benefit of the union of His Majesties three kingdomes, England, Scotland and Ireland in matters of religion and church-government
London. Printed for Iohn Otwell. 1642.
A Most miraculous and happy victory obtained by James Chudlegh, serjeant major generall of the forces under the E. of Stamford against Sir Ralph Hopton and his forces: who with 108 horse did rout and put to flight 5000 foot and 500 horse, tooke divers prisoners, arms, ensignes their standard, with many remarkable passages concerning the same : as also a letter to Sir Ralph Hopton with a command signed C. R., written upon a silken cloth.
[London?]. Printed ... for R. D.,. 29 April, 1643.. 5 [i.e. 8] p..
"A Most Monstrous Century": on the Causes, Consequences and Trends of 20th Century International Wars, Civil and Internal Strife
A most noble speech spoken by the Lord Cambel of Lorne one of His Majesties most Honourable Privie Counsell of Scotland: moving the Lords Hovse in Scotland in His Maiesties presence for the prevention of such advantages : whereby incendiaes may in the vacancy of Parliaments any way extort from His Highnesse proclamations to inforce the bringing in of innovations into the kirke : or confirming of monopolies that so all oppressions may be removed from His Majesties subjects of both kingdomes : as also an honourable reply made by the Lord Lowden against such who objected against his former speech.
Argyll, Archibald Campbell, ; Loudoun, John Campbell,
London. Printed by B. Alsop,. 1641..  p..
¬A¬ most notable and worthy example of an ungratious Sonne, and how God turned his meate into toades: Ballad
[Anr. ed.]. London. Gosson. [ca. 1625]. 1 S..
¬A¬ most notable example of an ungracious son
[London]. [Gosson]. [ca. 1630].
¬A¬ most pithy exhortation delivered
[London]. 1649. 8 S..
¬A¬ most plaine exposition of the booke of Ester
London. Creede. 1599.
A most pleasant and merie nevv comedie, intituled, A knacke to knowe a knaue: Newlie set foorth, as it hath sundrie tymes bene played by Ed. Allen and his companie. UUith Kemps applauded merrimentes of the men of Goteham, in receiuing the king into Goteham.
London. Richard Jones,. 1594.. 55 p..
¬A¬ most pleasant comedie of Mucedorus the Kings sonne of Valentia, and Amandine the Kings daughter of Aragon: With the merry conceits of Mouse. Amplified with new additions, as it was acted before the Kings Maiesty, at White-hall on Shroue-sunday night. By his Highnesse Seruants, vsually playing at the Globe. Very delectable, and ful of conceited mirth
At London. Printed [by George Eld?] for Iohn Wright, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible without New-gate. 1618.
¬A¬ most pleasant comedy of Mucedorus the kings sonne of Valentia, and Amandine the kings daughter of Aragon. With the merrie conceits of mouse. Amplified with new additions, as it was acted before the Kings Maiestie at Whitehall, on Shroudsunday night. By his Highnesse seruants, vsually playing at the Globe. Verie delectable and full of conceited mirth
London. Printed [by G. Purslowe] for Iohn Wright, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible without Newgate. 1631.
¬A¬ most promising weed: a history of tobacco farming
Rubert, Steven C.
1. ed.. Athens, Ohio. Ohio Univ. Center for Internat. Studies. 1998. XVI, 255 S.. Monographs in international studies : Africa series ; 69.
A most promising weed: a history of tobacco farming and labor in colonial Zimbabwe, 1890 - 1945
Rubert, Steven C.
Athens, Ohio. Ohio Univ. Center for Internat. Studies. 1998. XVI, 248 S.. Monographs in international studies / Ohio University Center for International Studies : Africa series ; 69.
Amostra de 1% dos registros do censo demográfico de 1970: manual do usuário
Rio de Janeiro. IBGE,. 1980.. 78 p..
¬A¬ most rare and wonderful tragedy of the life and death of a miserable userer of Fraunce
London. Hacket. 1584.
A most remarkable fella: Frank Loesser and the guys and dolls in his life : a portrait by his daughter
New York. D.I. Fine,. c1993. xvi, 304 p..
A most remarkable mix: sketches of notable Freeporters.
Davis, John D.
Freeport, Me.. Freeport Historical Society,. c2000.. xiv, 260 p..
A Most remarkable prophecy, concerning wars and political events; especially the glorious King of Prussia.
Philadelphia,. Printed and sold by Henry Miller, in Second-Street, at the second house of the left hand from Race-Street.,. MDCCLX.  (Price four-pence; or three shillings a dozen.). 8 p. ;.
Am Ostseestrand von Pommern bis Memel: Leben und Wirken des Pfarrers Carl Gottlieb Rehsener (1790-1862) ; von ihm selbst erzählt
Rehsener, Carl Gottlieb ; Quandt, Willy
Köln [u.a.]. Grote. 1977. 157 S. : Ill.. Studien zur Geschichte Preußens ; 28.
Am Ostseestrand von Pommern bis Memel: Leben und Wirken d. Pfarrers Carl Gottlieb Rehsener (1790-1862)
Rehsener, Carl Gottlieb ; Quandt, Willy ; Bahr, Hans-Joachim
Köln ; Berlin. Grote. 1977. 157 p.. Studien zur Geschichte Preussens ; Bd. 28.
ISBN 3-7745-6403-5 : DM35.00
Am Ostseestrand von Pommern bis Memel: Leben und Wirken des Pfarrers Carl Gottlieb Rehsener <1790-1862> ; von ihm selbst erzählt
Rehsener, Karl Gottlieb ; Quandt, Willi [Hrsg.]
Köln [u.a.]. Grote. 1977. 157 S.. Studien zur Geschichte Preußens ; 28.
A Most strange and rare example of the iust iudgement of God executed vpon a lewde and wicked coniurer the xvij. day of Ianuarie, M. D. LXXVIJ: in the parish church of S. Mary Ouerie in Southwark, in the presence of diuers credible and honest persons.
East Lansing. [s.n.],. 1948.. 7 leaves ;.
A Most strange letter: which was fovnd in the Old-Change the 18 day of Jan and directed ... to the Right Reverend Father in God, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Ely : the same letter being brought to the sight of our constables in the citie they ought fit to present it to the committees which sate the same day at Grocers Hall being the 18 day of Jan. 1642 : and now is published to the view of all men : also the attachment of Colonel Lunsford at Windsor upon Wednesday, being the 19 day of Jan. 1642 : with the flying away of the Lord Digby : the declaration of the uproar which the horsemen made their commanders being gone and taken away from them.
London. Printed for I. R.,. 1642..  p..
¬A¬ most straunge and woundefull accident, happened at Weersburch by Franckford, by a most fearefull earthquake
London. Barley. 1600. 13 S..
¬A¬ most sweet song of an English merchant borne at Chichester
London. Coules. .
A Most sweet song of an English merchant-man born in Chichester: to an excellent new tune
[London]. Printed by and for W.O. and sold by the booksellers of Pye-corner and London-Bridge,. [1685?]. 1 broadside.
A Most tragical series of remarkable judgments of heaven on a family, otherwise of a religious character, for the unkind and cruel treatment of an aged parent.: An account of which is given in the life of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, lately published: and is now reprinted at the reqeest [sic] of the Rev. Dr. Langdon
Exeter [N.H.]:. Printed and sold by Henry Ranlet.,. MDCCXCV. . 12 p. ;.
¬A¬ most true relation of a very dreadfull earth-quake in Munster
A Most true relation of the great and bloody battell fought by Capt. Hotham: with 1000 foote, four troops of horse, and two pieces of ordnance Decemb. 3, against the Earl of New-castle with 5000 foot, 600 horse, and 5 pieces of ordnance, o were comming to relieve the E. of Cumberland that now lyes besieged in the city of York : declaring also the great and wonderfull victory which he hath obtained against them, killing 700 of the cavaleers, taking 200 prisoners, 6 waggons, 7 colours, and two pieces of ordnance with the losse of 200 men : this battle was fought upon Satterday last, neer Tollerton in Yorkshire, & bought to London by the last post, Decem. 6.
[London]. ... Printed for L. Wright,. Decemb. 7, 1642.. 8 p..
A most true relation of the last weekes passages in Yorke and Hvll in two letters from thence: discovering the strange behaviours and rude affronts of the cavaliers and other malignant persons in those parts : with diverse other matters of extraordinary note and very remarkable : together with the names of those gentlemen which are entertained for the Prince his guard since he was made captaine of the troopes,. viz : Mr. Franck of Kneton, Mr. George Grant, Mr. Henry Blackston, Mr. Peter Blackston, brothers, Mr. Tho. Hall of Hornby, Mr. Francis Tunstell of Wicliff, Mr. Bierlaies Sonne, Mr. Cane of Stocton, Mr. Tounge
Gordricke, William ; S. M
London. Printed for Iohn Wright,. June 23d, 1642. , 6 p.
A Most unaccountable relation of one Miss Sarah Green, a widow, living at Beesly, in the county of Worcester.: Who following the wicked practice of witchcraft for some time, did at last sell herself, soul and body, to the Devil for fourteen years, and when the time was near expired, she being very sad, sent for her two children and some ministers, and discovered the matter at large, desiring their prayers and good endeavours for the recovery of her soul, which was performed accordingly, though to no purpose; for upon the last day of the term, about midnight, April ye 14th, 1747, she was suddenly struck dead by an infernal spirit in the shape of a bear, to the terror and astonishment of all then present. : With the heads of a sermon suitable on this occasion
[United States?. s.n.],. Printed in the year M.DCC.LXII. . 8 p. ;.
What's behind the research?: discovering hidden assumptions in the behavioral sciences
Williams, Richard Nephi
Thousand Oaks, Calif. [etc.] . Sage Publications. cop. 1995. XII, 251 S..
Am Ost- und Westrand Eurasiens: ein vegetationsökologischer Vergleich
1980. S. 507-511.
A most unintended war: the New England powder alarms and the coming of the American Revolution?
2003.. 111 leaves, bound..
A most unique machine;: the Michigan origins of the American automobile industry,
May, George S.
Grand Rapids, . Eerdmans. [c1975]. 408 p..
¬A¬ most unique ruffian: The trial of F.B. Deeming, Melbourne, 1892
O'Sullivan, John S.
Melbourne u.a.. Cheshire. (1968). 203 S..
¬A¬ most unsettling person: the life and ideas of Patrick Geddes, founding father of city planning and environmentalism
1. American ed.. [New York]. Saturday Review Pr.. 1975. 351 S. : graph. Darst., Kt..
A most unsettling person: an introduction to the ideas and life of Patrick Geddes
London. Gollancz,. 1975.. 351 p.,  leaves of plates.
A most unusual colony
Victoria, B.C.. Desktop Pub.,. c1996.. viii, 156 p..
A most unusual song recital
Ludwig, Christa. ; Berry, Walter. ; Moore, Gerald. ; Beethoven, Ludwig van, ; Beethoven, Ludwig van, ; Haydn, Joseph, ; Rossini, Gioacchino, ; Rossini, Gioacchino, ; Brahms, Johannes, ; Brahms, Johannes, ; Brahms, Johannes,
Seraphim,. . 1 disc.
¬A¬ most useful collection of the principal sermons of Christ, with his prophets & apostles, which is the greatest light in the world: To enlighten people into the way of peace, and unity, in all things necessary to salvation
London. Printed by I.R. for I.W. and are to be sold by Henry Million. 1675.
"¬A¬ most vile people": early English historians on the Vikings ; delivered at University College London, 19 March 1986
Page, Raymond I.
London. Viking Soc. for Northern Studies. 1987. 30 S.. ¬The¬ Dorothea Coke memorial lecture in northern studies ; 1986.
¬A¬ most wicked worke of a wretched witch wrought on R. Burt
London. Barley. .
¬A¬ most worthy speech spoken by the Right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwicke: in the head of his army, November, 22 when he tooke his leave of them, and delivered them under the command of his Excellence the Earle of Essex
Warwick, Robert Rich
London. Printed by T. Fawcet. Novem. 29, 1642.
¬A¬ most worthy speech spoken in the honourable House of Commons
London. Printed for N. Allen and are to be sold in the Old Baily. 1642.
Amos und Hosea: ein Kapitel aus der Geschichte der israelitischen Religion
Valeton, Jozua Jan Philippus
1 Aufl.. Giessen. Ricker. 1898. VIII, 227 S..
Amos und Hosea
Tübingen. Mohr. 1908. 48 S.. Religionsgeschichtliche Volksbücher für die deutsche christliche Gegenwart : 2. Reihe ; 9.
Amos und Hosea.: zwei Zeugen gegen die Anwendung der Evolutionstheorie auf die Religion Israels ; drei theologische Ferienkursvorträge mit einem textkritischen Anhang
Oettli, Samuel ; Riggenbach, Eduard
Gütersloh. Bertelsmann,. 1901.. 107 S..
Amos und Hosea, Künder der Gerechtigkeit und Liebe: die Propheten oder das Reden Gottes (vorexilisch)
2., durchges. Aufl.. Giessen. Brunnen-Verl.. 1960. 182 S..
Amos und Mozart im Ruhrgebiet
Amos Wheeler and his descendants
Franklin, NC. Genealogy Pub. Service,. c1998.. 2 v..
[Amos W. Woodcock, bust portrait, facing right]
. 1 photographic print..
Amos y criados: dualidad fundamental en el arte cómico de Tirso
Amos Zelikson: Paysages, fluers et nus en huile = Landscapes, flowers, & nudes in oil.
Tel-Aviv. Sifriat poalim,. 2003.. 74 leaves.
Am o tara ca o floare: culegere de cîntece populare noi
Bucuresti. Ed. Muzicala. 1962. 208 S..
A mother by trade: Australian women reflecting mothering as activity, not identity
A mother cheats altars,: a novel.
New York, . Greenwich Book Publishers. . 168 p..