Apples -- Quality -- Congresses. : Second Workshop on Pome Fruit Quality : Bonn -Röttgen, Germany, 24-26 November, 1996 / convener F. Lenz ; [editor Michael M. Blanke]
Apples -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800. : The only refuge of a troubled soul, in times of affliction: or, The mystery of the apple-tree. : In two sermons. By James Barry. Published at the request of the godly who heard them. Admired and revised by William Huntington, S.S.
Apples -- Taxation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : An Act for paying off and cancelling one million of Exchequer bills : and to give ease to the South-Sea Company, in respect of its present obligation, to circulate or contribute towards circulating Exchequer bills; and to give further time to that Company for repayment of one million, which was lent to them; and for issuing a further sum in new Exchequer bills, towards His Majesties supply, to be discharged and cancelled, when the said Company shall repay the million owing by them; and that the Exchequer bills, which are to continue, may be circulated at easie and moderate rates; and for appropriating the supplies granted to His Majesty in this session of Parliament; and for relief of the sufferers at Nevis and Saint Christophers, by an invasion of the French in the late War; and for laying a further duty on apples imported; and for ascertaining the duties on pictures imported. .
Apples -- Thinning. : Some changes in chemical technology of apple production / by W.K. Thompson.
Appleton & Associates (Firm) : New classicists : Appleton & Associates architects / foreword by Witold Rybczynski ; introduction and text by Marc Appleton.
Appleton Company, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Libel of the Ferry Boat John Adams [electronic resource] : the Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., libellants, the Stark Mills, libellants, Appleton Company, libellants, Massachusetts Cotton Mills, libellants, Lowell Manufacturing Company, libellants, Wamsutta Mills, libellants, Robert Walsh, et al., libellants versus the Steam Ferry Boat John Adams, the People's Ferry Company, claimants.
Appleton, Greenleaf W. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of Robert N. Woodworth [electronic resource] : indicted jointly with Greenleaf W. Appleton (late cashier, now a fugitive from justice), for conspiracy to defraud the State Bank at New Brunswick, in the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Middlesex County, New Jersey, September term, A.D. 1874.
Appleton, Henry, active 1650-1654. -- Early works to 1800. : Capt. Badiley's answer unto Capt. Appleton's Remonstrance : Given in to his excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and the right honourable, the Councel of State. As also: his true relation of what past between the great Duke of Tuscany, and himselfe. With sundry letters, affidavits, and certificates, discovering the fallaciousnesse of the said pamphlet, called A remonstrance of the fight in Legorn-Road, between the English, and the Dutch. With some other particulars, not impertinent to the purpose, of clearing up the truth.
Hmong (Asian people) -- Wisconsin -- Appleton. : The split horn : life of a Hmong shaman in America / ITVS, Independent Television Service presents; NAATA, National Asian American Telecommunications Association ; and Alchemy Films ; produced by Taggart Siegel, Jim McSilver, Sarita Siegel ; directed by Taggart Siegel ; written and adapted from interviews by Jim McSilver and Taggart Siegel.
Appleton, Jean, 1911- : Jean Appleton : a lifetime with art / with contributions by Christine France, Deborah Edwards ; [photographs by] David Moore ; [foreword by] Mary Turner ; [exhibitions commentary by] Robyn Martin-Weber.
Appleton, Jeanette. : Art textiles of the world : Great Britain / edited by Matthew Koumis; curator and writer Amanda Fielding.
Appleton, John, 1652 or 3-1739. : The perfect and upright man characteriz'd and recommended. [electronic resource] : A funeral discourse occasioned by the death of the Honourable John Appleton, Esq; who deceas'd September 11. 1739. Aetatis suae 87. Preach'd on the Lord's-Day after the interment, September 16. / By John Rogers, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Ipswich.
Appleton, John, 1652 or 1653-1739. : The perfect and upright man characteriz'd and recommended. : A funeral discourse occasioned by the death of the Honourable John Appleton, Esq; who deceas'd September 11. 1739. Aetatis suae 87. Preach'd on the Lord's-Day after the interment, September 16. By John Rogers, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Ipswich.
Appleton, Joseph Warren, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Argument of Ivers J. Austin, counsel for the respondent, before a Division Court Martial, assembled at Roxbury, March 23, 1841, for the trial of William Washburn, captain of the Suffolk Light Guard, a Volunteer Company of the 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Massachusetts Militia [electronic resource] : on charges preferred against him by one Appleton, with the charges, evidence, and judgment of the court.