An appeal to the Congress of the United States on the subject of bank tax and bank currency
[Trenton. s.n.],. 1864 . 18 p. ;.
An appeal to the conscience of a fanatick: shewing that the King of England, by the fundamental laws of it, is as absolute and independent a monarch as any of the kings mentioned in Scripture, and consequently, as free as any of them fromny humane coactive power to punish, censure, or dethrone him : whereunto is added, a short view of the laws both foreign and domestick, against seditious conventicles
London. Printed by J.G. for John Walthoe ...,. 1684.. , 28,  p..
An appeal to the conscience of a fanatick;: shewing that the King of England, by the fundamental law of it, is as absolute and independent a monarch, as any of the kings mentioned in Scripture; and consequently as free as any of them from any humane, coactive power, to punish, censure or dethrone him ...
London, . Printed by J.G. for J. Walthoe,. 1684.. 1 p. l., 28 p..
¬An¬ appeal to the English nation: or the body of the French Protestants, and the honest proselytes, vindicated from the calumnies cast on them by one Malard ... in a libel entitled, The French plot found out ... Also a postscript ... By John-Armand Dubourdieu, ..
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1718. ,219,p..
An appeal to the enlightened sentiment of the people of the United States for the safeguarding of the future development of the capital of the nation
Washington, D.C.. Press of B.S. Adams,. 1916..  p..
¬An¬ Appeal to the free world: Statement before the house of representatives, june 5. 1952 "The economic situation of Berlin"
Berlin. Senat of Berlin. 1952. 26 S..
An appeal to the friends of education in Great Britain: on behalf of the children of the poor free people and of domestic slaves on the island of Jamaica.
London. I.T. Hinton, printer,. [18--?]. 1 sheet..
An appeal to the friends of education in Great Britain on behalf of the children of poor free people and of domestic slaves on the island of Jamaica
London. I.T. Hinton,printer,. [1824?]. 1 p..
An appeal to the genuine records and testimonies of heathen and Jewish writers: in defence of Christianity. By Thomas Dawson, ... Part I. 1. An appeal to the works of Phlegon, ... 5. An appeal to the Emperor Julian's attempts to rebuild the Temple ... Part II. 1. A defence of the several testimonies of Phlegon, ... 5. Two test passages, ..
London. printed for Richard Ware. 1733. ,128;xxx,201,;112p..
An appeal to the House of Commons: desiring their ansvver: vvhether the common-people shall have the quiet enjoyment of the commons and waste land; or whether they shall be under the will of lords of mannors still. Occasioned by an arrest, made by Thomas Lord Wenman, Ralph Verny Knight, and Richard Winwood Esq; upon the author hereof, for a trespass, in digging upon the common-land at Georges Hill in Surrey
Winstanley, Gerrard ; Barker, John ; Star, Thomas
S.l.. [s.n.]. Printed in the year, 1649. 19 [i.e. 16] p..
An appeal to the House of Commons, desiring their answer whether the common-people shall have the quiet enjoyment of the commons and waste land; or whether they shall be under the will of the lords of mannors still: occasioned by an arrest, made by Thomas Lord Wenman, Ralph Verry, Knight, and Richard Winwood, Esq., upon the author hereof, for a trespass in digging upon the common-land at Georges hill in Surrey
Winstanley, Gerrard ; Barker, John ; Star, Thomas
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1649. 19 [i.e. 16] p..
¬An¬ appeal to the humanity and generosity of a liberal-minded public occasioned by the conduct of the British government exemplified in the case of the ship Black Queen, which ship was sent from New England with a cargo of masts and spars, &c. for the supply of His Majesty's fleet in the West Indies, by a licence from Admiral Arbuthnot, dated at New York in December 1782 during the American war; which said ship and cargo ... was seized and condemned in Jamaica, on frivolous and vexatious pretences; by which unjust proceedings the owner ... Benjamin Proctor ... was completely ruined, and who is, in consequence thereof, reduced to beggary and want
London. [s.n.]. 1799. 84 p..
An appeal to the impartial.: The censured memorial made publick, that it may speak for itself. : To which is added a few brief remarks upon a late act of the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, entituled an Act for exempting those persons in this state commonly stiled Separates, from taxes for the support of the established ministry, &c.
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed by Green & Spooner.,. M,DCC,LXXVIII. . 24 p.
An appeal to the inhabitants of the Port and Haven of Sunderland demonstrating the necessity of constructing floating or wet docks on both sides of the river Wear...
Sunderland, . Marwood and co,. 1834.. 44p..
An appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain,: in the present dispute with America.
New-York:. Printed by James Rivington.,. MDCCLXXV. . 32 p. ;.
¬An¬ appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain in the present disputes with America
Lee, Arthur ; Franklin, Benjamin ; Glover, Richard
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1774. 63 p..
An appeal to the justice of the intelligent and respectable people of Lexington
Cincinnati [Ohio]. Locker, Reynolds & Co., printers,. 1818.. 23 p..
An appeal to the learned: being a vindication of the right of visible saints to the Lord's Supper, though they be destitute of a saving work of God's spirit on their hearts, against the exceptions of Mr. Increase Mather
Boston. Printed by B. Green for Samuel Phillips ...,. 1709.. , 98 p. ;.
An appeal to the learned.: Being a vindication of the right of visible saints to the Lord's-Supper, though they be destitute of a saving work of God's spirit on their hearts: against the exceptions of Mr. Increase Mather.
[New York]. Boston, printed: New-York: reprinted by James Parker,,. 1751. , vi, 83,  p. ;.
An appeal to the membership of the Socialist Party
[New York?. The Committee?,. 1934].. 8 p. ;.
An appeal to the members of the British and Foreign Bible Society
¬An¬ appeal to the members of the Stokesley Mechanics' Institute
Tweddell, George Markham
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1850. 12 p..
An appeal to the middle classes: on the urgent necessity of numerous radical reforms, financial and organic
Newman, Francis William,
London : Printed for Taylor and Walton, . 1848 . 28 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo).
¬An¬ appeal to the opponents of the Maynooth grant: to which is added, a publication entitled, "Supplementary memoir," which was printed in June, 1844
Macdonnell, Eneas ; Macdonnell, Eneas
London. J. Ollivier. 1845. 44, xiv p..
¬An¬ appeal to the Parliament concerning the poor, that there may not be a beggar in England
London. Printed for Robert Wilson. 1660. 4 p..
¬An¬ appeal to the people: Consent not with a multitude to do evil
[London?]. 1720. 28p..
An appeal to the people.: The Southern Pacific Company and their corrupt judges of the Supreme Court of California. The destruction of individual citizens
Philbrook, Horace Wiley
San Francisco, . 1899.. 439, 75 p..
An appeal to the people: part the second.
London, . J. Morgan,. 1757.. 1 p.l., 86 p..
An appeal to the people of England,
Nottingham, . . p. cm..
¬An¬ appeal to the people of England and Scotland, in behalf of Warren Hastings, Esq.
London. Debrett. 1787. 60 S..
An appeal to the people of Georgia: containing an "introduction" setting forth the object of the appeal, the "constitutional ammendment," the recent "Act of Congress," known as the "military law," the resolutions adopted by the meeting in Atlanta on the 4th of March, the "Address of Ex-Gov. Joseph E. Brown" to that meeting, and lastly, "A word of warning in an hour of danger" : Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1867.
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1867?]. 12 p. ;.
¬An¬ appeal to the people of Great Britain, on the present alarming state of the public finances and of public credit
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1797.
An Appeal to the people of Maine on the question of separation
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1816.. 20 p. ;.
An appeal to the people of Pennsylvania from the decision of their representatives in Congress on the question of peace or war.
[Philadelphia?. s.n.],. 1812 . 26 p. ;.
An appeal to the people of Pennsylvania on the subject of an asylum for the insane poor of the commonwealth.
Dunglison, Robley, ; Cope, Thomas Pym,
Philadelphia, . Printed for the Committee,. 1838.. 24 p..
An appeal to the people of the North.
Coleman, William, [from old catalog]
[Louisville, Ky., . Hanna & co., printers?. 1861]. p. cm..
¬An¬ appeal to the people of the state of New York on the expediency of abolishing the council of appointment
New York. 1819.
An appeal to the people of the state of Pennsylvania on the alarming progress of the American Sunday school union,
Philadelphia, . Pub. for the author,. 1828.. p. cm..
An appeal to the people of the United States, in behalf of the great statue, Liberty enlightening the world.
New York. s.n.,. 1882 [i.e. 1884].. 10 p.,  leaf of plates.
An Appeal to the people of the United States, shewing the conditions of the slaves of the South, contrasted with the poor laborers of Europe and America.
Charleston [S.C.]. Thos. A. Hayden,. 1835.. 16 p. ;.
¬An¬ appeal to the public: in which is occasionally introduced the constitutional doctrine of indictments at common law, in centradistinction to those of statute law
Fitzgerald, George R.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 6 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 387..
An appeal to the public: in which the misrepresentations and calumnies, contained in a pamphlet, entitled, A narrative of certain matters relative to Trinity Church, in Newport, in the state of Rhode-Island, by a very extraordinary man, the Rev. James Sayre, A.M. late Minister of said church, are pointed out, and his very strange conduct, during the time of his ministration at Newport, faithfully related.
Newport (Rhode-Island). Printed by Peter Edes,,. MDCCLXXXIX. . 39, v, p. ;.
An appeal to the public: in consequence of an attack by the Rev. Nathan H. Hall, made in the Argus of Western America, on the 4th of February, 1824, in an anonymous article signed Spectator
Hunt, William Gibbes,
Lexington [Ky.]. Western Monitor,. 1824.. 15 p. ;.
¬An¬ appeal to the public: on the subject of railways
London. J. Weale. 1837. 45 p..
¬An¬ appeal to the public, by the master chimney-sweepers residing in the city of Bristol, against the erroneous application to their practice and character, of the matter contained in a pamphlet entitled Facts relative to the state of children employed as climbing boys, &c., published to recommend the exclusive use of machines
Bristol. [s.n.]. 1817. 23 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
An appeal to the public, especially to the learned, with respect to the unlawfulness of divorces, in all cases, excepting those of incontinency.: The substance of the argument was pleaded before the Consociation of the County of New-Haven, December 9th, 1785. : To which an appendix is subjoined, exhibiting a general view of the laws and customs of Connecticut, and of their deficiency respecting the point in dispute.
New-Haven:. Printed by J. Meigs.,. A.D. M.DCC.LXXXVIII. . 53,  p. ;.
An appeal to the public, in behalf of George Johnstone, esq;: governor of West-Florida. In answer to the North Briton extraordinary [of Sept. 17, 1763] and in consequence of other matters not taken notice of in that extraordinary publication ...
London, . Printed for C. Moran,. 1763.. 44 p..
¬An¬ appeal to the public, in behalf of the Manchester Mechanics' Institution, Cooper Street
Manchester, [England]. Leigh & Wooley, printers. 1831. 8 p..
An appeal to the publick of New-York.: Forasmuch as a news-paper has appeared in the city of New-York, on the 16th of this instant February, entitled, Weyman's New-York gazette; in which, and by which, the subscriber apprehending himself unjustly and ingratefully dealt by, he is obliged to beg leave to lay the following brief state of the affairs between said Weyman and himself, before the tribunal of an impartial publick. ...
[Woodbridge, N.J.. Printed by James Parker,. 1759]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An appeal to the public on behalf of a house of refuge for coloured juvenile delinquents.
Philadelphia, . T.K. & P.G. Collins, printers,. 1846.. 11 p..
An appeal to the public on behalf of Cameria [America],: a young lady,
London, . Printed in the year 1781.. p. cm..
An appeal to the public on the conduct of the banks in the city of New-York.
A citizen. [from old catalog]
New York, . December, 1815, At the Office of the New-York Courier,. 1815.. p. cm..
An appeal to the public on the controversy between Hannah More,: the curate of Blagdon, and the Rev. Sir.
Bore, Thomas. [from old catalog]
Bath, Lond., . 1801.. p. cm..
An appeal to the public, on the controversy between Hannah More, the curate of Blagdon, and the Rev. Sir A. Elton.
Bath, . Printed by R. Cruttwell, and sold by G.G. and J. Robinson, London; etc., etc.]. 1801.. 1 p.l., iii, -68 p..
An appeal to the public, on the controversy respecting the revolution in Harvard College, and the events which have followed it: occasioned by the use which has been made of certain complaints and accusations of Miss Hannah Adams, against the author
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed for the author,. 1814.. viii, 190 p. ;.
¬An¬ appeal to the public, on the subject of the national debt
2. ed. London. 1772.
An appeal to the public; or, a candid narrative, of the rise and progress of the differences now subsisting in the R...n C......c congregation of Liverpool: ... with an appendix, containing a comparative view of Bishop Gibson's letters on the subject
Liverpool. [MDLXXXIII . 430p.
An appeal to the public relative to a cause lately determined in the court of Chancery: in four letters to Mr John Vernon, of Southampton-Buildings, solicitor. With a prefatory address to the reader
London. printed for the author; in the year. 1774. 34p.
¬An¬ appeal to the public, stating and considering the objections to the Quebec bill
Ottawa. CIHM. 1984. 1 Mikrofiche. CIHM ICMH microfiche series.
An appeal to the public, touching the death of Mr. George Clarke,: who received a blow at Brentford on Thursday the eighth of December last, of which he languished and died on Wednesday the fourteenth of the same month.
London:. Printed for R. Davis ...,. 1769. 51,  p. ;.
An appeal to the reason and good feeling of the English people: on the subject of the Catholic hierarchy
Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick,
London. Thomas Richardson and Son,. 1850 . 32 p. ;.
An appeal to the record;
Connelley, William Elsey,
Topeka, Kan., . The author,. 1903.. p. cm..
An appeal to the religion, justice, and humanity of the inhabitants of the British empire, in behalf of the Negro slaves in the West Indies
London. Hatchard,. 1823. 56 p. ;.
An appeal to the representatives on the part of the people, respecting the present destructive state of the game, and the operative spirit of laws, erroneously said to be framed for its increase and preservation: but experimentally tending to a speedy annihilation in every part of the kingdom
London. G.G.J. and J. Robinson,. 1792.. 1 p.l., lvi, 119 p. ;.
An appeal to the sense of the people, on the present posture of affairs.
London, . D. Hookham,. 1756.. p. cm..
An appeal to the serious and candid professor of Christianity: on the following subjects. I. The use of reason in matters of religion. II. The power of man to do the will of God. III. Original sin. IV. Election and reprobation. V. The divinity of Christ. and VI. Atonement for sin by the death of Christ
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell ...,. 1784.. 57,  p. ;.
An appeal to the serious and candid professors of Christianity,: on the following subjects, viz. I. The use of reason in matters of religion. II. The power of man to do the will of God. III. Original sin. IV. Election and reprobation. V. The divinity of Christ. And, VI. Atonement for sin by the death of Christ.
Philadelphia,. printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone house, no 41, South Second-Street.,. M,DCC,XCIV. . , vi, 52 p. ;.
An appeal to the tradesmen of Great Britain on cheap food and brisk trade: in answer to "An appeal to the tradesmen of the metropolis."
London. Ridgway and Son,. . 8 p..
¬An¬ appeal to the unprejudiced, concerning the present discontents occasioned by the late convention with Spain
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1739. 32 p..
An Appeal to the volunteers in Scotland, from seven of the Royal Air Corps: on the manner they have been used by the major of that corps : because they would not countenance him in taking pay for services they had gratuitously offered government, during the continuance of this war.
Webster, John, ; M'Clelland, Thomas.
[Scotland. s.n.],. 1796.. 30 p. ;.
An appeal to the whole country, for an union of parties,: on the basis of the principles of Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, in favor of Gen. Taylor's administration,
Minor, Benjamin B.
The United States, . 1850.. 60 p..
An appeal to the wisdom and piety of our ancestors: as affecting the expediency of church reform
An appeal to the women of the nominally free states.
Freeport, N.Y., . Books for Libraries Press,. 1971.. 70 p..
An appeal to the world: a statement on the denial of human rights to minorities in the case of citizens of negro descent in the United States of America and an appeal to the United Nations for redress
Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt
New York. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People,. 1947. 94 s..
¬An¬ appeal to the world, or, A vindication of the town of Boston: from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, and by them respectively transmitted to the British ministry
Adams, Samuel ; Otis, James ; Cooper, William
Boston. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill. 1769. 37 p..
An appeal to the world; or A vindication of the town of Boston, from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, and by them respectively transmitted to the British Ministry.: Published by order of the town
Adams, Samuel, ; Otis, James, ; Cooper, William,
[Boston]. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street, Boston,,. 1769. 37,  p. ;.
An appeal to the youth: Funeral address of Henry N. White
White, Ellen Gould Harmon, ; Smith, Uriah,
Battle Creek, Mich., . Steam press of the Seventh-day Adventist publishing association,. 1864. 95 p. incl. front. (port.) music..
An appeal to you
London. Parliamentary Recruiting Committee,. . 1 print (poster).
"An appearance of strength": the fortifications of Louisbourg
Fry, Bruce W.
Ottawa. Nat. Hist. Parks and Sites Branch Env. Canada. 1984. Studies in archaeology, architecture and history.
London. Printed for James Ridgway,. 1821.. 52 p., 6 leaves of plates.
An appendix, containing some remarks on a late book on the same subject [annuities]: with answers to some personal and malignant misrepresentations in the preface thereof.
Simpson, Thomas, ; Nourse, J.
London, . J. Nourse,. 1743.. 16 p..
An appendix of the saints lately canonized
Villegas, Alfonso de
Doway. Taylor. 1624.
An appendix or supplement to a Treatise on the stri and Cuterebræ of various animals
London. R. Taylor,. 1845. p. 81-94 ;.
An Appendix ... to a Treatise on the _ and _ of various Animals
An appendix to Dr. Keating's History of Ireland: Explaining the ancient names of the several mountains, hills, rivers, lakes and places of note therein mention'd; ... Not in the former edition. By the learned Dr. Anthony Raymond ..
Raymond, Anthony ; Keating, Geoffrey
Westminster. printed by J. Cluer and A. Campbell; for B. Creake. 1726. ,xv,p..
An appendix to Dr. Swift's works and literary Correspondence. Improved from an edition printing by Mr. Faulkner: and now first published, April 1767
London. printed for W. B. and sold by S. Bladon,. 1767. iv,32p. ;.
An appendix to Holwel's Catastrophe mundi: being an astrological discourse of the rise, growth and continuation of the Othoman family : with the nativities of the present French king, emperors of Germany and Turky, all truly rectifyed, anastrologically handled : also, what progress this present emperor of Turky shall make upon Europe in this intended war with the House of Austria : where unto is added a supplement of the judgment of comet
Holwell, John, ; Holwell, John,
London. Printed by J.G. for F. Smith ...,. 1683.. , 40 p..
¬An¬ appendix to Naked truth, a plea for union
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1720?]. 15,p.
An appendix to Shakespeare's dramatic works: contents: the life of the Author by Aug. Skottowe, his miscellaneous poems, a critical glossary ; compiled after Nares, Drake, Ayscough, Hazlitt, Douce and others
Shakespeare, William ; Skottowe, Augustine
Leipsic. Fleischer. 1826. 192 S..
¬An¬ appendix to the abridgement of the English and Prussian exercise on foot: Containing short rules for marching, wheeling, ... Whereto is added General Kane's directions for forming and reducing the square. ... Illustrated with ten copper plates
York. printed for Thomas Atkinson, by J. Jackson. 1758. 25,p.,plates.
¬An¬ appendix to the agreement for the people
London. Calvert. 1648.
An appendix to the critical dissertation on the book of Job: giving a farther account of the book of Ecclesiastes : to which is added, a reply to some notes of the late D--n of B----l, in his new edition of the divine legation, &c. Vol. II, part II /by the author of the critical dissertation.
London. Printed for W. Johnston, P. Davey, and B. Law,. 1760.. 63 p..
¬An¬ appendix, to The cure of Deism, in answer to a book, intitled, The moral philosopher: or, a dialogue between a Christian Deist, and a Christian Jew. With the other additions to this edition, interspersed in the two volumes, for the benefit of those who bought the first edition
London. printed for the author: and sold by W. Innys and R. Manby. 1737. 158p.
An appendix to the discourse upon the doctrine of our baptismal covenant: being a method of family-religion
London. Printed for Will. Hawes,. 1698..  p..
¬An¬ Appendix to the dissertation on the nature of soils and the properties of manure, &c. &c. &c: (published by Ridgway, 1828)
London. Sold by Ridgway. 1830. 35 p..
An appendix to the Extracts from the proceedings of the High Court of Vice-Admirality in Charlestown, South-Carolina, &c.: Containing strictures upon, and proper answers to, a pamphlet entitled, The man unmask'd, published by Egerton Leigh. Together with a full refutation of Mr. Leigh's attempts to vindicate his judicial proceedings.
Charlestown [S.C.]:. Printed by David Bruce.,. MDCCLXIX. . , 64 p. ;.
¬An¬ appendix to The gardeners dictionary: containing several articles which were omitted in the folio ed. of that work
London. Printed for the author u.a.. 1735.  S..
¬An¬ appendix to The history and antiquities of Windsor Castle, ... containing the names of the Knights of the Garter, ... continued from the year 1741
Eton. [Joseph Pote]. 1762.
An appendix to the History of the grand rebellion: Consisting of some valuable pieces, written by the Right Honourable Edward Earl of Clarendon ... To which is prefix'd a new and particular account of His Lordship's Life; ..
Clarendon, Edward Hyde ; Clarendon, Edward Hyde
London. printed by H. P. for John Wilford. 1724. ,lxviii,324,p.,plate.
An Appendix to the Impartial statement of the controversy respecting the decision of the late Committee of Canvassers.
New-York:. Printed by Childs and Swaine.,. M,DCC,XC,II. . 22 p. ;.
An appendix to the Life of the Right Revd Father in God Seth, Lord Bishop of Salisbury written by Dr. Walter Pope ...: in a letter to the author.
London. Printed for E. Whitlock ...,. 1697.. 37 p..
An appendix to the memoirs of Baron de Tott; being a letter from Mr. de Peyssonnel, ... to the Marquis of N***. Containing some observations relative to the Memoirs that have appeared under the Baron's name. - Translated from the genuine French edition
London. printed for T. Hookham. 1786. ,161,p..
An appendix to the memoirs of the Duke de Ripperda: containing some papers on the balance of Europe, the present state of Spain, and the consequences of a war in the West-Indies.
Riperdá, Juan Guillermo,
London. J. Stagg and D. Browne,. 1740.. -390 p. ;.
An appendix to the New American practical navigator: containing tables for clearing the apparent distance of the sun and moon, from the effects of parallax and refraction by a new method : in which all the corrections are additive.
Bowditch, Nathaniel, ; Bowditch, Nathaniel,
Newburyport [Mass.]. Printed by Edmund M. Blunt,. 1804..  p..
An appendix to the Notes on Virginia relative to the murder of Logan's family.
Jefferson, Thomas, ; Sappington, John ; Jefferson, Thomas,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Samuel H. Smith,,. M.D.CCC. . 58 p..
¬An¬ appendix to the proposal for raising the price of tin
[London]. [1697?]. 7 S..
¬An¬ appendix to the second edition of Mr. Lofft's "Observations on a late publication, entitled A dialogue on the actual state of parliaments, and on some other tracts equally inimical to the constitution of 'free parliaments": being a farther examination of the argument, lately published by Mr. Hatsell, (in his Precedents of proceedings, &c.) against 'the antient law and constitution of this kingdom, that the king ought to hold parliaments elected annually"
Sharp, Granville ; Lofft, Capel ; Hatsell, John
S.l.. s.n. . 8 p..
¬An¬ appendix to the supplemental apology for the believers in the supposititious Shakespeare-papers: being the documents for the opinion that Hugh McAuley wrote Junius's letters
London. Egerton. 1800. 147 S..
An appendix to the Supplemental apology for the believers in the supposititious Shakespeare-papers: being the documents for the opinion that Hugh McAuley Boyd wrote Junius's letters.
London, . T. Egerton,. 1800.. p. cm..
An appendix to the three English volumes in folio of Morery's Great historical, geographical, genealogical and poetical dictionary
London . printed by Geo. James; and sold by R. Sare and F. Gyles; B. and S. Tooke; G. Strahan; W. Taylor; J. Bowyer, and W. and J. Innys .
¬An¬ appendix to the three volumes of Mr. Archdeacon Echard's History of England: Consisting of several explanations and amendments, as well as new and curious additions to that history. ... By the same author
London. printed for Jacob Tonson. 1720. 33[i.e.37],p.
An appendix to the tract On the summation of infinitte serieses ... in which an investigation is given of the differential series a-bx/1+x-Dnx2/1+x2-Dnx3/1+x3- ... &C. ad infinitum: Containing an improvement on the said investigation that has ...been made
(London). 1801. 46 Seit.
¬An¬ appendix to the translation of Tully's panegyrick
London. Kettilby. 1689. 35 S..
An appendix to the treatise on agistment tithe, containing copies at large of the bill, answers, and decree in the Court of Exchequer, ... 1774, in the cause of Bateman against Aistrup, ... By Tho: Bateman
London. printed and sold by Mess. Richardson and Urquhart; W. Nicoll; T. Cadell; J. Walter; and W. Tesseyman, York. 1779. xv,,133,p.
An appendix, to the two epistles in verse: the one to the Reverend Doctor Randolph, and the other to the Earl of Jersey, occasioned by the publication of their correspondence, concerning some letters belonging to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales containing the whole of the correspondence, between the Earl and Countess of Jersey, and Doctor Randolph
Mathias, Thomas James
London. given to the purchasers of those two epistles, but not sold. 1796.
An appendix to The unlearned alchimist: wherein is contained the true receipt of that excellent diaphoretick and diuretick pill, purging by sweat and urine, commonly known by the name of Matthew's pill : with the exact manner of preparingnd making of it, and the particular nature and virtue of the several ingredients, as also of the pill
Kendall, George, ; Mathews, Richard,
London. Printed for Joseph Leigh and are to be sold by him ... and are to be sold by the author ...,. [1664?]. , 54 p..
An appendix to two discourses, in answer to a scurrilous libel, entitl'd, The indispensable obligation of ministring expresly and manifestly the great necessaries of publick worship &c.
[London?]. Printed in the year,. 1733..
An appendix to Vindiciæ Britannicæ: in answer to the calumnies of the Analytical Review
London. printed for H. Gardner. 1794. 17,p.