3 edition of Mr. Bayard"s speech, upon his motion to amend the resolution offered by Mr. Giles, by stricking [sic] out that part which is in italics found in the catalog.
Mr. Bayard"s speech, upon his motion to amend the resolution offered by Mr. Giles, by stricking [sic] out that part which is in italics
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||87623494|
Shakespearean dramatic form
The Golden-tressed soldier
Alphabets, ancient & modern, a manual for artists, architects, advertising men, letterers, sign-painters and students of the fine arts ...
Dust control in industry
Scarlet mantle, or, The robbers hold and the bandits bride
Fikr wa-al-siyasah, lada al-jamʻiyat wa-al-muntadayat wa-al-ahzab al-ʻArabiyah hatta nihayat al-harb al-ʻalamiyah al-ula
Patterns of administration in Catholic colleges for women in the United States.
Employment and unemployment in the United States
Society and crime
Armored Force Drill
Dissatisfaction and consciousness among office workers
Water-quality assessment of the Kentucky River Basin, Kentucky