A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin [Hrsg.]
Facs. New York. Garland. 1975. 426 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 46.
ISBN 0-8240-1670-X

A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner, (U.S. interpreter at the Saut de Ste. Marie ): during thirty years residence among the Indians in the interior of North America
Tanner, John ; James, Edwin [Hrsg.]
London. Baldwin, Cradock [u.a.]. 1830. 426 S..

A narrative of the captivity and restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson;
Rowlandson, Mary White, ; Weis, Frederick Lewis,
Boston, . Houghton, Mifflin,. 1930.. vi, 86 p..

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert
Walton, William
Facs. New York. Garland. 1975. 96, 240 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 15.
ISBN 0-8240-1639-4

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Benjamin Gilbert and his family;: who were surprised by the Indians, and taken from their farms, on the frontiers of Pennsylvania, in the spring, 1780
Walton, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets.,. MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]. iv, [1], 6-96 p. ;.

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of John Turner ... among the Ladrones or pirates, on the coast of China: showing the manners and customs of the natives ... in the year 1807
Turner, John.
New York. G.& R. Waite,. 1814 . 44 p..

A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mr. Ebenezer Fletcher, of Newipswich,: who was wounded at Hubbarston [sic], in the year 1777, and taken prisoner by the British, and, after recovering a little from his wounds, made his escape from them, and returned back to Newipswich.
Fletcher, Ebenezer,
[Amherst, N.H.]. Printed by Samuel Preston, Amherst.,. 1798. 26 p. ;.

A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson: 1796
Hastings, Susannah Willard Johnson
Facs. New York. Garland. 1976. 144, 71, 178 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 23.
ISBN 0-8240-1647-5

¬A¬ narrative of the captivity & [and] removes of ¬Mrs. Mary Rowlandson¬
Rowlandson, Mary W.
[Repr.]. Fairfield, Wash.. YE Galleon Pr.. 1974. 122 S.: Ill., 1 Kt..
ISBN 0-87770-130-X

A narrative of the captivity sufferings and removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson,: who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others; and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages: with many other remarkable events during her travels.
Rowlandson, Mary White,
Boston:. Printed and sold by N. Coverly, near Liberty-Tree.,. M,DCCLXXI. [1771] (Price six shillings.). 59, [1] p..

A narrative of the captivity, sufferings and removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson,: who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others, and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages: with many other remarkable events during her travels.
Rowlandson, Mary White,
New London [Conn.]:. Printed and sold by Timothy Green.,. 1773. 48 p. ;.

A narrative of the captivity, sufferings, and removes, of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson,: who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others; and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages: with many other remarkable events during her travels.
Rowlandson, Mary White,
Boston:. Re-printed and sold by John and Thomas Fleet, at the Bible and Heart, Cornhill,,. 1800. 36 p. ;.

A narrative, of the captivity, sufferings and removes, of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson,: who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others, and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by those vile savages. With many other remarkable events during her travels.
Rowlandson, Mary White,
Amherst, (New-Hampshire). Printed and sold, by Nathaniel Coverly and Son, near the Court-House. (Price one shilling.) Great allowance by the gross or dozen.,. [1795]. 64 p. ;.

A narrative of the capture and subsequent sufferings of the Mier prisoners in Mexico: captured in the cause of Texas, Dec. 26th, 1842 and liberated Sept. 16th, 1844.
Bell, Thomas W
Waco, Tex.. Reproduced by Texian Press,. 1964.. vii, 97 p. ;.

A narrative of the capture and subsequent sufferings of the Mier prisonners in Mexico: captured in the cause of Texas, Dec. 26th 1842 and liberated Sept. 16, 1844
Bell, Thomas W.,
[S.l.]. Printed for the author at the press of R. Morris & Co.,. 1845.. 108 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the capture and treatment ¬of John Dodge¬: by the English at Detroit
Dodge, John
Repr. of the ed. Philadelphia, 1779. New York ¬[u.a.]¬. Garland Publ.. 1978. 22 S.. ¬The¬ Garland Library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 12.

A narrative of the capture and treatment of John Dodge, 1779
Dodge, John,
New York. Garland Pub.,. 1978. 22 p. ;.

A narrative of the capture and treatment of John Dodge, by the English at Detroit.
Dodge, John,
Philadelphia,. Printed by T. Bradford, at the Coffee-House.,. MDCCLXXIX. [1779]. [2], 5-22 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the capture of certain Americans: (Moses VanCampen)
VanCampen, Moses
Facs.. New York. Garland. 1977. 24, 16, 310 S.. ¬The¬ Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 13.
ISBN 0-8240-1637-8

A narrative of the capture of certain Americans, at Westmoreland, by savages;: and the perilous escape which they effected, by surprizing specimens of policy and heroism. : To which is subjoined, some account of the religion, government, customs, and manners of the aborigines of North-America
Van Campen, Moses,
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed by T. Green.,. 1784. 16 p. ;.

A narrative of the capture of certain Americans, at Westmorland, by savages; and the perilous escape which they effected, by surprizing specimens of policy and heroism: To which is subjoined, some account of the religion, government, customs and manners of the aborigines of North-America
Van Campen, Moses,
Hartford:. Printed and sold [by Barzillai Hudson and George Goodwin] near the bridge.,. [1780?]. 24 p., [1] leaf.

A narrative of the capture of the United States' brig Vixen, of 14 guns, by the British frigate Southampton: and of the subsequent loss of both vessels, on a reef of rocks, off Conception Island : with some account of the sufferings of the crew ...
One of the Vixen's crew
New York. Printed and sold at the office of "The war",. 1813. 35 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the cause and manner of the imprisonment of the Lords
Amsterdam. 1677.

¬A¬ narrative of the causes and events of civil war
London. 1659. 20 S..

A narrative of the causes which lead to the separation of the Society of Friends in America.
Baltimore, . 1852.. 1 v..

A narrative of the controversy between the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, D.D. and the author.
Adams, Hannah, ; Higginson, Stephen,
Boston, . Sold by Cummings and Hillard, Bradford and Reed, and Isaiah Thomas, jun. Marlboro street,. 1814: . viii, 31, 3 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the cruelties & abuses acted by Isaac Dennis keeper
[London]. [1684]. 28 S..

A narrative of the cruelties & abuses acted by Isaac Dennis, keeper, his wife and servants, in the prison of Newgate, in the city of Bristol, upon the people of the Lord in scorn called Quakers, who were there committed for the exercise of their consciences towards God: with an account of the eminent judgments of God upon him, and his end
[London. Published by the sufferers themselves, from Newgate Prison in Bristol, the 6th of the 12th moneth,. 1683]. 27, [1] p..

¬A¬ narrative of the Cruise of the yacht Maria among the Feroe Islands
2. ed. London. 1856.

A narrative of the dangers and distresses which befel Isaac Morris , and seven more of the crew, belonging to the Wager store-ship: which attended Commodore Anson, in his voyage ot the South Sea : containing an account of their adventures, after they were left ... on an uninhabited part of Patagonia, in South America ; where they remained ... 'till they were seized by a party of Indians, and carried above a thousand miles into the inland country ... after which they were carried to Buenos-Ayres
Morris, Isaac.
London. S. Birt ;. [1750?]. viii, 87 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the dangers and distresses which befel Isaac Morris, and seven more of the crew, belonging to The Wager store-ship, which attended Commodore Anson, in his voyage to the South Sea: ... By I. Morris, ...
Morris, Isaac
London. printed for S. Birt; and sold by A. Tozer, Exeter. 1750. 87,[1]p..

A narrative of the dangers and sufferings of Robert Eastburn during his captivity in the years 1756-1757
Eastburn, Robert
[Repr.] Originally published: Faithful narrative of the many dangers and sufferings. Philadelphia : Printed by William Dunlap, 1758. Fairfield, Wash.. Ye Galleon Press. 1996. 48 p..
ISBN 0-87770-594-1 hard case

¬A¬ narrative of the death of Captain James Cook. To which are added some particulars concerning his life and character and observations respecting the introduction of the venereal disease into the Sandwich Islands. By David Samwell
Samwell, David
London. for G. G. J. and J. Robinson. 1786.

A narrative of the debate in the General assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 25. 1779.: Occasioned by apprehensions of an intended repeal of the penal statutes against papists.
Erskine, John,
Edinburgh, . W. Gray,. MDCCLXXX.. xiv, [2], 79 p..

A narrative of the depositions of Robert Jenison Esq: with other material evidences, plainly proving that Mr. William Ireland, lately executed for high treason, was in London the nineteenth of August, 1678, notwithstanding his condfident nial thereof both at his tryal and execution
Chetwind, Charles. ; Jenison, Robert,
London. Printed for Henry Hills, Thomas Parkhurst, John Starkey, Dorman Newman, Thomas Cockeril, Thomas Simmons, and Jacob Tonson,. 1679.. [5], 13 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the disease and death of ... John Pym
Pym, John
London. Bartlet. 1643.

¬A¬ narrative of the disease and death of that noble gentleman John Pym
London. 1643.

A Narrative of the dreadful disasters occasioned by the hurricane which visited Liverpool and various parts of the kingdom on the nights of Sunday and Monday, January 6th and 7th, 1839
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1839 . 108 p..

A NARRATIVE OF THE DREADFUL SHIPWRECK OF THE VRYHEID : (LATE THE MELVILLE-CASTLE), CHAPT. SCHERMAN, A DUTCH INDIAMAN, BOUND TO THE CAPE OF GOOD-HOPE, WHICH WAS WRECKED OF DYMCHURCH WALL, NEAR DOVER, NOV. 23, 1802 BY WHICH CATASTROPHE 454 PERSONS PERISHED / WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE SURVIVORS
HULL. INNES. 1807. 1 MIKROFICHE.

¬A¬ narrative of the earthquake and fire of Lisbon by Antony Pereria, of the Congregation of the Oratory, an eye-witness thereof. Illustrated with notes. Translated from the Latin
Figueiredo, Antonio Pereira ¬de¬
London. printed for G. Hawkins. 1756. 20,20p.

A narrative of the establishment and progress of the mission to Ceylon and India: founded by the late Rev. Thomas Coke, L. L. D., under the direction of the Wesleyan-Methodist Conference: including notices of Bombay, and the superstitions of various religious sects at that presidency, and on the continent of India ; with an introductory sketch of the natural, civil, and religioschaft für Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung
Harvard, William M.
ISBN 3-486-23430-7

A narrative of the excommunication of Sir John Pettus of the county of Suffolk, Knight obtained against him by his lady, a Roman Catholick, and the true state of the case between them: with his faithful answers to several aspersions raiseagainst him by her, to the prepossessing the judgments of some honourable persons and others.
Pettus, John,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1674.. [4], 16 p..

A narrative of the exercise of soul and distress of body, of Noah Hatheway: (eldest son of Elder Philip Hatheway, of Freetown) in his last sickness : to which is added some pieces of his poetry
Hatheway, Philip ; Combs, Elnathan
New Bedford [Mass.]. Printed for P. Hatheway, by A Shearman, Jun.,. 1805. 48 p. ;.

A narrative of the exercise of soul and distress of body, of Noah Hatheway, eldest son of Elder Philip Hatheway, of Freetown, in his last sickness: who departed this life, Novewmber 15, 1804, in the twenty-seventh year of his age, after forty-seven days sickness : to which is added, some pieces of his poetry, on various subjects : with an appendix, containing a brief testimony
Hathaway, Philip. ; Combs, Elnathan.
New Bedford [Mass.]. Printed for P. Hatheway, by A. Shoarman, Jun.,. 1805.. 48 p..

A narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's government to the river Niger, in 1841.: Under the command of Captain H. D. Trotter, R.N.
Allen, William, ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood.
London, . R. Bentley,. 1848.. 2 v..

A narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's government to the river Niger in 1841 ; in 2 volumes
Allen, William ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood
Mikrokopie d. Ausg. London 1848. Reading. Library Preservation Systems Internat. Ltd. 1991. 8 Microfiches.
ISBN 1-558-79003-9

¬A¬ narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's government to the river Niger, in 1841, under the command of Captain H. D. Trotter, R. N.: in 2 volumes
Allen, William ; Thomson, Thomas Richard Heywood
London. Bentley.

A narrative of the expedition to Algiers in the year 1816, under the command of the Right Hon. Admiral Lord Viscount Exmouth
Salamé, Abraham
[Microfiche-Ausg.] London 1819. Reading. Library Preservation Systems Internat. Ltd. 1991. 3 Microfiches.
ISBN 1-558-79129-9

A narrative of the expedition to Botany-Bay;: with an account of New South Wales, its productions, inhabitants, &c. : To which is subjoined, a list of the civil and military establishments at Port-Jackson.
Tench, Watkin,
[New York]. London: Printed for J. Debrett. New-York: re-printed by T. and J. Swords, and sold by all the book-sellers in the city.,. M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]. [2], iv, [2], 64 p. ;.

¬A¬ Narrative of the expedition to Dongola and Sennaar: under the Command of His Excellence Ismael Pasha undertaken by order of His Highness Mehemmed Ali Pascha, Vice Roy of Egypt
English, George Bethune
London. Murray. 1822. XV, 232 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the expedition to Dongola and Sennaar: Under the command of His Excellence Ismael Pasha, undertaken by the order of His Highness Mehemmed Ali Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt
English, George Bethune
1. American ed.. Boston. Wells and Lilly. 1823. XV,m 177 S., 24 Bl., 1 gef. Kt..

A narrative of the explorations of the Central Asiatic Expeditions in Mongolia and China, 1921-30
Andrews, Roy Chapman
New York. American Museum of Nat. History,. 1932.. L, 678 S..

A narrative of the extraordinary adventures, and sufferings by shipwreck & imprisonment, of Donald Campbell, Esq. of Barbreck: with the singular humours of his Tartar guide, Hassan Artaz; : comprising the occurrences of four year and five days, in an overland journey to India. : In a series of letters to his son. : [Three lines from Young].
Campbell, Donald, ; Tanner, Benjamin, ; Mathews, Richard ; Campbell, Donald,
New-York:. Printed by John Tiebout, no. 358 Pearl-Street, for Thomas B. Jansen.,. 1799.. 417, [3] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A narrative of the extraordinary adventures of four Russian sailors, who were cast away, and lived six years, on the desert island of East-Spitzbergen.
Le Roy, Pierre Louis,
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed and sold by John Trumbull,,. M.DCC.LXXXV. [1785]. 16 p. ;.

A Narrative of the extraordinary case of George Lukins, of Yatton, Somersetshire,: who was possessed of evil spirits, for near eighteen years. : Also an account of his remarkable deliverance, in the vestry-room of Temple Church, in the city of Bristol, extracted from the manuscripts of several persons who attended. : To which is prefixed, A letter from the Rev. W.R.W
W. R. W.,
[Philadelphia]. --Bristol, printed-- Philadelphia: reprinted and sold by Parry Hall, no. 149, Chesnut Street, near Fourth Street.,. M.DCC.XCII. [1792]. 19, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children,: during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness --from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. : Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal, and published at their request.
Bradman, Arthur ; Parnell, Thomas,
Printed at Worcester.. [By Leonard Worcester],. MDCCXCIII. [1793].. 24 p. ;.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife and five children.: During an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. : Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal, and compiled at their request.
Bradman, Arthur.
[Exeter, N.H.]. Portland printed: re-printed at Exeter, by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his office,,. MDCCXCII. [1792]. 23, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children: during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. <Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal; and published at their request>
Bradman, Arthur.
Tarrytown, N.Y., . Reprinted, W. Abbatt,. 1917.. 12, 7 p..

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children.: During an unfortunate journey through the wilderness --from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. : Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal and compiled at their request.
Bradman, Arthur.
Portland [Me.]:. Printed at Thomas Baker Wait's office.,. MDCCXCI. [1791] --Price nine pence. 23, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children;: during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. : (Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal; and published at their request.)
Bradman, Arthur.
Philadelphia. --Printed for M. Carey.--,. 1794. (Price, six pence.). 16 p. ;.

¬A¬ Narrative of the extrordinary case of Geo. Lukins, of Yatton, Sommersetshire: Who was possessed of evil spirits for near 18 year. Also an account of his remarkable deliverance in the vestry-room of temple church in the city of Bristol, extracted from the manuscripts of serval persons who attended ; to which is prefixe3d a letter from the Rev. W. R. W.
3. ed. Bristol. Bulgin. 1788. 24 S..

A Narrative of the facts and circumstances relating to the kidnapping and presumed murder of William Morgan: and of the attempt to carry off David C. Miller, and to burn or destroy the printing-office of the latter, for the purpose of preventing the printing and publishing of a book entitled "Illustrations of Masonry."
Rochester, N.Y., . Printed by E. Scrantom,. 1828.. 72 p..

A narrative of the facts and circumstances relating to the kidnapping and presumed murder of William Morgan,: and of the attempt to carry off David C. Miller, and to burn or destroy the printing office of the latter, for the purpose of preventing the printing and publishing of a book, entitled "Illustrations of Masonry"
Brookfield. E. and G. Merriam, printers,. 1827.. 84 p. ;.

¬A¬ Narrative of the Foundation of the Holy Monastery of Kykkos and the History of the Miraculous Icon of the Mother of God
Ephraim <Yerûsalyim, Patriarch> ; JakovljeviÂc, Andrija ; Christodoulou, Nikos
Nicosia. Research Centre of Kykkos Monastery. 1996. 103 S. : Ill..
ISBN 9963-580-28-9

A narrative of the founding and settling the New-gathered Congregational Church in Boston
Croswell
Boston: N.E . Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street .

¬A¬ narrative of the founding of the Holy Monastery of Kykkos and the history of the miraculous icon of the Mother of God
JakovljeviÂc, Andrija ; KyrrÅes, KÅostas P.
Nicosia. Research Centre of Kykkos Monastery. 1999.

¬A¬ narrative of the founding of the Holy Monastery of Kykkos and the history of the miraculous icon of the Mother of God
Ephraim <Athenaius> ; JakovljeviÂc, Andrija ¬[Hrsg.]¬
Nicosia. Research Centre of Kykkos Monastery. 1996. 103 S..
ISBN 9963-580-28-9

A Narrative of the great and bloody fight between the Prince of Orange and the Duke of Orleans, the King of Frances General, near the city of St. Omers, on Sunday the first of April 1677: with the numbers of the kil'd and wounded men, bei an impartial account.
London. Printed for T.M.,. 1677.. [2], 4 [i.e. 2] p..

A narrative of the horrid massacre by the Indians, of the wife and children of the Christian hermit,: a resident of Missouri, with a full account of his life and sufferings,
St. Louis, . L. W. Whiting & co.,. 1840.. 24 p..

A narrative of the horrid murder & piracy committed on board the schooner Eliza, of Philadelphia, on the high seas, by three foreigners, who were tried before the Circuit Court of the United States, on Monday, the 21st of April, 1800;: together with an account of the surprizing recapture of the said schooner, by Captain Wheland, the only person who escaped from their barbarity
Wheland,
[Philadelphia]. From Folwell's press, no. 63, North Front-Street. (Copy-right secured according to law.),. [1800]. 16 p. ;.

A narrative of the imprisonment
Lewis, David
[London?]. [1679]. 12 S..

A narrative of the incidents attending the capture, detention, and ransom of Charles Johnston: of Botetourt county Virginia, who was made prisoner by the Indians, on the river Ohio, in the year 1790; together with an interesting account of the fate of his companions, five in number, one of whom suffered at the stake. To which are added, sketches of Indian character and manners, with illustrative anecdotes.
Johnston, Charles,
New York. Printed by J. & J. Harper,. 1827.. vi, [7]-264 p. ;.

A narrative of the incidents attending the capture, detention, and ransom of Charles Johnston, of Botetourt county, Virginia,
Johnston, Charles,
New-York, . Printed by J. & J. Harper,. 1827.. vi, [7]-264 p..

A Narrative of the Indian and civil wars in Virginia,: in the years 1675 and 1676.
[Washington, . P. Force,. 1835]. 47 p..

A narrative of the Indian and civil wars in Virginia,
[Rochester, . G. P. Humphrey,. 1898]. 1 p.l., 51, [2] p..

¬A¬ narrative of the Indian wars in New-England: from the first planting there of in the year 1607, to the year 1677
Hubbard, William
1 Aufl.. Danbury. Nichols. 1808. VIII, 274 S..

A narrative of the Indian wars in New England: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607 to the year 1677, containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of the said country
Hubbard, William,
Worcester, Mass.. Printed by Daniel Greenleaf for Joseph Wilder,. 1801. 410 p. ;.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677 ...
Hubbard, William,
Brattleborough [Vt.]. William Fessenden,. 1814. 359 p.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677 : containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of said country
Hubbard, William,
Norwich [Conn.]. Printed by John Trumbull,. [1802]. 228 p. ;.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677 : containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of said country
Hubbard, William,
Stockbridge, Mass.. Printed by Heman Willard,. 1803. 375, 6 p. ;.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England,: from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677. : Containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of said country.
Hubbard, William,
Boston:. Printed and sold by John Boyle in Marlborough-Street.,. 1775. viii, [1], 10-288 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the Indian wars in New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677: Containing the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of said country
Hubbard, William
[Re-published]. Danbury. Nichols. 1803. 274 S..

A narrative of the Indian wars in New England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677: containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, werstern [sic], eastern and northern parts of said country
Hubbard, William, ; Nichols, Stiles, ; Hubbard, William, ; Hubbard, William,
Danbury [Conn.]. Printed by S. Nichols,. 1803.. viii, [9]-274 p. ;.

A narrative of the Indian wars in New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to the year 1677.: Containing a relation of the occasion, rise and progress of the war with the Indians, in the southern, western, eastern and northern parts of said country.
Hubbard, William,
Boston, . Printed and sold by John Boyle,. 1775. 6 sheets..

¬A¬ narrative of the insurrection and rebellion in the Island of Grenada, from the commencement to the conclusion. Introduced with a summary discourse on the excellence of the British constitution. &c. by Henry Thornhill Esquire
Thornhill, Henry
S.l.. Barbados. Printed at Mr. Gilbert Ripnel. 1798.

¬A¬ narrative of the irruption of the Kaffir hordes into the eastern province of the Cape of Good Hope, 1834 - 1835
Godlonton, R.
repr. of the 1835 ed.. Cape Town. Struik. 1965.

A narrative of the last cruise of the U.S. steam frigate Missouri: from the day she left Norfolk, until the arrival of her crew in Boston, including a full and circumstantial detail of the general conflagration, which took place at Gibraltar, resulting in her total loss. Interspersed with explanatory notes and remarks.
Bolton, William.
Boston, . S.N. Dickinson,. 1843.. iv, [5]-33 p..

A narrative of the last cruise of the U.S. steam frigate Missouri,
Bolton, William. [from old catalog]
New-York, . H. Ludwig, printer,. 1844.. iv, [5]-31 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the late action between the French ...
London. Brooksby. 1674. 4 S..

A narrative of the late controversy between the Associate and Reformed Presbyterians of Ryegate and Barnet: to which it is designed to add as an appendix a view of the principles and practice which Christians ought to adopt and pursue in order to the establishment of a righteous, permanent, and universal peace
Milligan, James,
Danville [Vt.]. Ebenezer Eaton, printer,. 1819.. iv, 136 p. ;.

A narrative of the late extraordinary cure wrought in an instant upon Mrs. Eliz. Savage (lame from her birth) without the using of any natural means: with the affidavits which were made before the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor, and the ctificates of several credible persons, who knew her both before and since her cure : enquired into with all its circumstances, by noted divines, both of the Church of England, and others, and by eminent physicians of the College, and many persons of quality, who have express'd their full satisfaction : with an appendix, attempting to prove, that miracles are not ceas'd.
London. Printed for John Dunton ..., and John Harris ...,. 1694.. [3], 5-46, [2] p..

A narrative of the life and labors of the Rev. G.W. Offley: a colored man, local preacher and missionary, who lived twenty-seven years at the South and twenty-three at the North : who never went to school a day in his life, and only commenced to learn his letters when nineteen years and eight months old : the emancipation of his mother and her three children : how he learned to read while living in a slave state, and supported himself from the time he was nine years old until he was twenty-one
Offley, G. W.
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]. Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,. 2000.

A narrative of the life and travels, preaching & suffering, with an account of the witnesses, defence and persecution of Phinehas Price, M.D.: from 1789 to 1843.
Price, Phinehas, ; Price, Phinehas,
Philadelphia. [s.n.],. 1843.. 202, 23 p. ;.

A narrative of the life of David Crockett
Crockett, David
Republ. of the ed. 1834. St. Clair Shores, Mich.. 1978. 415 S..
ISBN 0-403-07781-8

A narrative of the life of David Crockett,: of the state of Tennessee.
Crockett, Davy, ; Arpad, Joseph J.
New Haven, Conn., . College & University Press. [c1972]. 171 p.,.

¬A¬ narrative of the life of David Crockett of the Sta
Crockett, Davy
Knoxville, Tenn.. 1973.
ISBN 0-87049-119-9

A narrative of the life of David Crockett of the state of Tennessee
Crockett, David
Facs. ed., Nachdr. d. Ausg. Philadelphia, 1834. Knoxville. 1984. 211 S..
ISBN 0-87049-119-9

A narrative of the life of Ephraim Wheeler: who was executed at Lenox, Massachusetts, February 20th, 1806 for a rape on the body of his daughter : penned from his mouth and signed by him the evening before his execution.
Wheeler, Ephraim,
Stockbridge [Mass.]. Printed by H. Willard,. 1806.. 23 p..

A narrative of the life of James Downing: a blind man, late a private in his Majesty's 20th Regiment of Foot : containing historical, naval, military, moral, religious, and entertaining reflections
Downing, James,
London. Printed by J. Haddon, and sold by the author,. 1817.. 112 p..

¬A¬ narrative of the life of James Downing, <a blind man>: late a private in his Majesty's 20th Regiment of Foot
Downing, James
3.ed. London. Author. 1815.

A narrative of the life of Mary Jemison: 1824
Seaver, James E.
Facs. New York. Garland. 1977. 189, 312 S.. The Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 41.
ISBN 0-8240-1665-3

<<A>> narrative of the life of Mistress Mary Jemison
Jemison, Mary ; Seaver, James Everett ; Namias, June
Norman (Okla.) . Univ. of Oklahoma Press. cop. 1992. XIII, 192 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke
Charke, Charlotte ; Rehder, Robert ¬[Hrsg.]¬
London. Pickering & Chatto. 1999. LXX, 171 S. : Ill.. Pickering women's classics.
ISBN 1-85196-267-0

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibbler [sic], Esq.)
Charke, Charlotte
Gainsville, Fla. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1969. xxiv, x, 281 p..
ISBN 0-8201-1065-5

¬A¬ narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: ... Written by herself
Charke, Charlotte
The second edition. London. printed for W. Reeve. 1759. 277,[1]p.,plate.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, daughter of Colley Cibber.
Charke, Charlotte,
London. Constable,. 1929.. 223 p. ;.

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, daughter of Colley Cibber.
Charke, Charlotte,
New York. Richard R. Smith,. [1930]. 223 p..

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq.) containing: I. an account of her birth, education, and mad pranks committed in her youth, II. her coming on the stage, success there, and sundry theatrical anecdotes, III. her marriage in mens cloaths, and being belov'd by a lady of great fortune, who intended to marry her, V. her gentleman to a certain peer, VI. her commencing strolling-player with various and surprizing vicissitudes of fortune, during nine years peregrination, VII. her turning pastry cook, &c in Wales, with several extremely humorous and interesting occurrences
Charke, Charlotte, ; Reeve, W. ; Dodd, Anne, ; Cook, E.,
London. Printed for W. Reeve, in Fleet-Street, A. Dodd, in the Strand, and E. Cook, at the Royal Enchange,. 1755. [2], 277, [1] p..

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke (youngest daughter of Colley Cibbler [sic], Esq.)
Charke, Charlotte,
Gainsville, Fla., . Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints,. 1969.. xxiv, x, 281 p..

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E.
Syracause, New York. Syracause Univ. Press. 1998. XXXI, 166 S..
ISBN 0-8156-2491-3

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James E.
1. ed. Norman, Okla. [u.a.]. Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 1995. XIII, 192 S..
ISBN 0-8061-2717-1

¬A¬ narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison: who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755 ...
Jemison, Mary ; Seaver, James E.
Repr. [d. Ausg.] 1975, 1. ed., 3. Dr.. Syracuse, NY. Syracuse Univ. Press. 1993. XXXI, 166 S.. The Iroquois and their neighbors.
ISBN 0-8156-2491-3

A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison
Seaver, James Everett ; Namias, June
Norman, Okla. [u.a.]. University of Oklahoma Press. 1992. xiii, 192 p..
ISBN 0-8061-2381-8

[A narrative of the life of William Beadle of Weathersfield, Connecticut.: Containing I. The particulars of the horrid massacre of himself and family. II. Extracts from the Rev. Mr. Marsh's sermon at the funeral of his wife and children. III. A true account of the house on the morning after the dreadful catastrophe.]
Mitchell, Stephen Mix, ; Marsh, John,
[Bennington Vt.. Printed by A. Haswell,. 1794]. 47, [1] p.

A narrative of the life of William Beadle, of Wethersfield, in the state of Connecticut.: Containing I. The particulars of the "horrid massacre" of himself and family. II. Extracts from the Rev. Mr. Marsh's sermon at the funeral of his wife and children
Mitchell, Stephen Mix, ; Marsh, John,
Hartford:. Printed and sold by Bavil Webster,,. 1783. 24 p..

A narrative of the life, together with the last speech, confession and solemn declaration, of John Lewis,: who was executed at Chester, on Saturday the 21st of September, 1760, for the most inhuman, barbarous and bloody murder of his wife; which unnatural deed he committed on Friday the 27th of June, preceding. : With his letter to Mr. Raine, the sub-sheriff of Chester, concerning the publication of the following narrative: and a penitential prayer which he composed just before his execution. : [Two lines from Shekspear [sic]]
Lewis, John,
New-Haven:. Re-printed by James Parker and Company, at the Post-Office,,. 1762. 9, [1] p. ;.

A narrative of the life, travels, & adventures of Capt. Israel Adams, who lived at Liverpool, Onondaga Co., N.Y.: the man who, during the last war, surprised the British boats lying in the Bay of Quoentia : who took by stratagem the brig ronto, and took her to Sackets Harbor : and for whom the British offered a reward of £100.
Adams, Israel,
Utica [N.Y.]. Printed by D. Bennett,. 1847.. 36 p. ;.

A narrative of the life & travels of John Robert Shaw,: the well-digger, now resident in Lexington, Kentucky.
Shaw, John Robert,
[Louisville, Ky., . G. Fowler,. 1930]. 3 p. l. [11]-242 p., 1 l. incl. 1 illus., plates..

A narrative of the life & travels of John Robert Shaw,: the well-digger, now resident,
Shaw, John Robert,
Lexington: . Printed by D. Bradford. 1807. 1930.. 3 p.l., 11-242 p., 1 l..

A narrative of the life & travels of John Robert Shaw, the well-digger, now resident in Lexington, Kentucky
Shaw, John Robert,
Lexington [Ky.]. Printed by Daniel Bradford,. 1807. 180 p., [6] leaves of plates.

¬A¬ narrative of the Lord's wonderful dealings with John Marrant, a Black
Marrant, John
Facs. repr. of the 1785 ed. ... London. New York. Garland. 1978. Getr. Zählung. ¬The¬ Garland library of narratives of North American Indian captivities ; 17.
ISBN 0-8240-1641-6

A narrative of the Lord's wunderful dealings with John Marrant, a black
Marrant, John. ; Swetland, Luke ; Merrifield, Edward ; M'Donald, Philip ; M'Leon, Alexander ; Panther, Abraham
New York {[u.a.]. Garland,. 1978.. getr. Zähl..

A narrative of the loss of His Majesty's packet the Lady Hobart, on an island of ice in the Atlantic Ocean, 28th of June 1803: with a particular account of the providential escape of the crew in two open boats
Fellowes, W. D.
London. J. Stockdale,. 1803. 46 p. ;.

¬A¬ narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus, and Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove, and Æolus merchant ships, near Weymouth, on Wednesday the 18th of November last. Drawn up from information taken on the spot, by Charlotte Smith, and published for the benefit of an unfortunate survivor from one of the wrecks, and her infant child
Smith, Charlotte Turner
London. printed and sold by Sampson Low; and C. Law. Also may be had at Delamotte's and Wood's libraries, Weymouth. 1796.

A narrative of the loss of the Grosvenor East Indiaman: which was unfortunately wrecked upon the coast of Caffraria, ... on the 4th of August, 1782, compiled from the examination of John Hynes, one of the unfortunate survivors. By Mr. George Carter, ... with copper plates descriptive of the catastrophe, engraved from Mr. Carter's designs
Carter, George
London. printed at the Minerva Press, for J. Murray, and William Lane. 1791. [4],174p.,plates.

¬A¬ Narrative Of The Loss Of The Grosvenor East Indiaman, Which Was Unfortunately Wrecked Upon The Coast Of Caffraria, Somewhere between the 27th and 32d Degrees of Southern Latidude, On the 4th of August, 1782: Compiled From The Examination Of John Hynes, one of the Unfortunate Survivors ; Ein sehr anziehendes Lesebuch für diejenigen, welche Englisch lernen und lesen
Carter, George
Leipzig. Reinicke. 1795. 8 Bl., 143 S..

¬A¬ narrative of the loss of the Winterton East Indiaman, wrecked on the coast of Madagascar in 1792; and of the sufferings connected with that event: to which is subjoined, a short account of the natives of Madagascar, with suggestions as to their civilization
Buchan, George
Edinburgh. Waugh and Innes [u.a.]. 1820. IX, 256 S., [1] gef. Bl. : Ill., Kt..

¬A¬ Narrative of the Military Operations on the Coromandel Coast: against the Combined Forces of the French, Dutch and Hyder Ally Cawn from the Jear 1780 to the Peace 1784 ; In a Series of Letters, in which are included ... a Description of the Most Remarkable Manners and Customs of the East Indians; and an Account of the Isle of France ; Ilustrated with a View of Port Louis in the Isle of France; and Correct Plans, upon a Large Scale, of the Fortifications ... and of all the Battles fougt by the Army ... during that War
Munro, Ines
London. T. Bensley. 1789. XVIII, 392 S..