Şadi Alkılıç davası
Baksı, Mahmut ; Alkılıç, Lütfullah Şadi
Cağaloğlu. May Yayınları. [1969]. 359 p. (p. 356-359 advertisements).

A Dial miscellany
Wasserstrom, William
[Syracuse]. Syracuse University Press. 1963. xxx, 372 p.

A dialog agent rapid-prototyper for collaborative constraint satisfaction problems
Walters, Brendan
2006. 59 leaves.

A dialoge or communication of two persons, deuysyd and setforthe in the latẽ tonge, by the noble and famose clarke. Desiderius Erasmus intituled ÿ pylgremage of pure deuotyon
Erasmus, Desiderius
[London?. J. Byddell?. 1540?].

A dialoge or communycacyon to be had at a table betwene two chyldren, gathered out of the Holy Scriptures
Bale, John
London. R. Foster. 1549.

A dialoge or confabulation between two travellers: which treateth of civile and pollitike gouvernement in dyvers kingdomes & contries, printed from the ms. of the author William Spelman, written circa 1580
Spelman, William ; Pickering, John Edward Latton ; Van de Weyer, Victor William Bates
London. Nichols and Sons. 1896. 3 p. ℓ., [v]-xiv, 125 p.

A dialogical discussion of Paul Tillich's theology as relevant to the public school classroom
Schmidt, Barbara Kugel
Detroit. 1969. xix, 259 ℓ.

A dialogical model for participatory design: a computational approach to group planning
Jeng, Hoang-Ell
[Delft. Publikatieburo Bouwkunde]. c1995. viii, 302 p.
ISBN 9052691770

A dialogic approach to reading and teaching ethnic American texts
Bellas, Gale Joyce
Lewiston, N.Y. Edwin Mellen Press. c2006. vii, 144 p.
ISBN 0773457283

A dialogic reading of The Steward parable (Luke 16:1-9)
Cheong, C-S Abraham
New York. Peter Lang. c2001. xxiv, 239 p.
ISBN 0820450022

[A dialog of the poet Lucyan. for his fantasy faynyd for a merry pastyme
Lucian
London. J. Rastell. 1530?].

A dialog or conference betwixt the father & childe: trying & sounding the necessitie, utilitie, use and end of afflictions
1 v. (14 leaves).

A dialogu[e] betwixt Lewis and the Devil in the last year of his puissance: with his last will and testamen[t]
London. Printed by John Wallis, near the Green Dragon tavern in Fleet-[street. 1715]. broadside.

A dialogue
Baldwin, James ; Giovanni, Nikki
London. M. Joseph. [1975]. 112 p.
ISBN 0718113136

A dialogue
Baldwin, James ; Giovanni, Nikki
Philadelphia. Lippincott. [1973]. 112 p.
ISBN 039700916X

A dialogue: or, Third conference between some young men born in New England, and some ancient men which came out of Holland and old England : concerning the church and the government thereof
Bradford, William
Boston. Press of J. Wilson. 1870. xii, 78 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A dialogue: in three parts, between the founder of "The Association of All Classes of All Nations," and a stranger desirous of being accurately informed respecting its origin and objects
Owen, Robert
Manchester, [Greater Manchester]. A. Heywood. 1838. 24 p.

A dialogue
Plomer, William
Headington Quarry [Oxfordshire]. [s.n.]. 1977. 19 p.

A dialogue
Stuart, Charlotte
[n.p. 1901]. pp. (18).

A dialogue: Hindu-Christian cosmology and religion
Acharya, Kala ; Manca, Nicholas ; Namjoshi, Lalita
Mumbai. Somaiya Publications. 1999. xxxi, 341 p.
ISBN 8170392322

A Dialogue: for the perusal of all concerned or interested
[Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. s.n. 1869]. 10 p.

A dialogue: between Telemachus and Mentor, on the rights of consience, and military requisitions
Boston. [s.n.]. 1818. 16 p.

A dialogue: What's the difference?
Garvey, Marcus ; White, Elinor ; Davis, William
[United States?. s.n. after 1940]. 19 p., [1] leaf of plates.

A Dialogue about legal education as it approaches the 21st century
Sander, Frank E.A
Sacramento, Calif. McGeorge School of Law. c1987. x, 48 p.

A dialogue about recent American and European photography
Chevrier, Jean-François ; Graham, Dan ; Goldstein, Ann
Los Angeles. Museum of Contemporary Art. c1991. 46 p.
ISBN 0914357255

A Dialogue about the French government: wars, cruelties, armies, fleet, &c. between Tom and Dick, two seamen
London. Printed for Randal Taylor. 1690. 2 p.

A dialogue against the feuer pestilence
Bullein, William ; Bullen, Mark W ; Bullen, A. H
London. Pub. for the Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co. 1888-. v.

A dialogue against the fever pestilence: From the edition of 1578, collated with the earlier editions of 1564 and 1573
Bullein, William ; Bullen, A. H ; Bullen, Mark W
London. N. Trübner. 1888. vi, 145 p.

A dialogue against the fever pestilence
Bullein, William ; Bullen, Mark W ; Bullen, A. H
Millwood, N.Y. Kraus Reprint. 1987. vi, 145 p.
ISBN 0527002585

A dialogue agaynst the tyrannye of the papistes
Haddon, Walter ; Haddon, Walter ; Seres, William ; Seres, William
[London]. [Printed by] VV. S[eres]. 17. septembris. 1652. [52] p.

A dialogue between A. and B. containing some remarks upon Mr. Steele's letter to the English-man: being a supplement to the Examiner
London. Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-hall. MDCCXIII. 23 p.

A Dialogue between A-- and B--, on a subject of the last importance: --Think for yourselves.--
New-England. [s.n.] Printed for the author. M,DCC,LXXIX. [1779]. 44 p.

A dialogue between A. and B., two clergymen: on the doctrine of circumstances as it affects priests and people
Maurice, Frederick Denison
[London]. G. Bell. [1850?]. 11 p.

A dialogue between a banker and a merchant of the city of Dublin
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 8 p.

A dialogue between a Baptist minister and a Wesleyan Methodist
Southwell. Whittingham, printer. 1840. 21 p.

A dialogue between a Bible minister and his inquiring friend
Hall, Oliver
Stanford [Ky?]. Printed by Daniel Lawrence for the author. 1810. 12 p.

A dialogue between a bilious patient and a physician
Henry, James
Dublin. G. Young. 1838. 52 p.

A dialogue between a blind-man and Death
Standfast, Richard ; Bunyan, John
Boston. Printed and sold at John Boyle's printing-office in Marlborough-Street. 1773. 16 p.

A dialogue between a blind-man and death
Standfast, Richard
London. Printed by George Larkin. 1686. 1 broadside.

A Dialogue between a Boston man and a country man
[Boston]. Printed for a publick good. 1714 [i.e., 1715?]. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A dialogue between a British tar just landed at Portsmouth, and a brave soldier lately returned from Egypt
London. [1803]. 1 sheet.

A dialogue between a Brownist and a schismatick. Wherein is discovered the schismaticks endeavour to bring to confusion the government of church and state in this our kingdom of England
London. Printed for J. Franklin. 1643. 1. p. l., 6 p.

A dialogue between a Catholic priest and a Protestant: wherein the principal points and arguments of both religions are truly proposed and fully examined
Poole, Matthew ; Kistler, Don
Orlando, Fla. Northampton Press. c2010. xiii, 152 p.
ISBN 9780982615539

A Dialogue between a Christian and a Deist
Cleveland, R. J
Boston. J. Munroe : printed for the American Unitarian Association. 1829. 24 p.

A dialogue between a Christian and a Deist: to which are added Reflections upon the causes and effects of the late war between the United States and Great-Britain
Hart, C. W
Hartford. Printed by B. & J. Russell. 1815. 24 p.

A dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker: wherein is faithfully represented, some of the cheif [sic] and most concerning opinions of the Quakers, together with their method and manner of reasoning in the defence thereof
Hicks, Thomas
London. Printed for Henry Hills, and are to be sold by Peter Parker. 1673. [2], 94 p.

A dialogue between a churchman, and a methodistical Calvinist
Episcopal clergyman
New-Haven. Printed by Oliver Steele & Co. 1810. 35, [1] p.

A dialogue between a clergyman and a layman, on the subject of Bible societies
Churchman
New-York. Published for the author. 1817. 27, [1] p.

A dialogue between a clergyman of the Church of England and a lay-gentleman: occasioned by the late application to Parliament for the repeal of certain penal laws against Anti-Trinitarians
Disney, John
London. printed for S. Bladon, No. 13, Paternoster-Row. 1792. 29 p.

A Dialogue between a Congress-man, Booby Freetrade, and a citizen of Boston
Boston. The author. 1851. 36 p.

A dialogue between a countrey gentleman and a merchant: concerning the falling of guinea's : wherein the whole argument relating to our money is discuss'd
Clement, Simon
London. Printed by John Astwood for Samuel Crouch. 1696. 22, [1] p.

A Dialogue between a countrey gentleman and a merchant concerning the falling of guinea's: wherein the whole agrument relating to our money is discuss'd
Clement, Simon
London. Printed by John Atwood for Samuel Crouch. 1696. 22 p.

A dialogue between a country farmer and a juryman: on the subject of libels
London. Printed for W. Flexney. 1770. 71 p.

A dialogue between a country gentleman and a lawyer upon the doctrine of distress for rent: shewing what things may and what may not be taken at common law
Gentleman of Lincoln's Inn
London. Printed by His Majesty's Law-Printers for J. Wilkie and P. Uriel. 1772. xi, 71 p.

A dialogue between a country gentleman and a parliament-man concerning the late King James
London. [s.n.]. Printed in the year 1697. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A dialogue between a countryman and a clergyman from London: who took his organ to a country village, to embellish the doctrine of John Calvin : to which is added a new plan for the use of Sunday-schools
Brown, J
Yarmouth. Printed for the author and sold by J. Teulon. 1799. 52 p.

A dialogue between a curat and a countrey-man: concerning the English-service or, Common-prayer-book of England
Anderson, John
[London ?. 1711?]. 24 p.

A dialogue between Adam and Eve, the Lord and the devil, called The endowment: as was acted by twelve or fifteen thousand, in secret, in the Nauvoo temple, said to be revealed from God as a reward for building that splendid edifice, and the express object for which it was built
McGee, I ; McGee, Maria
Albany. C. Killmer. 1847. 24 p.

A dialogue between a dissenter and the Observator: concerning The shortest way with the dissenters
Defoe, Daniel ; Tutchin, John
London. 1703. 30 p.

A dialogue between a Dutch protestant and a Franciscan friar of Dort: with illus. and notes, and an address to the reader
Brandt, Geeraert
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1784. 24p.

A Dialogue between a father and his son
[New Haven]. From Sidney's Press, printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale at the book-stores of Increase Cooke & Co. New Haven, and Oliver D. Cooke, Hartford. Price two and a half cents each, by the large or small quantity. Jan. 1809.--1st. edition 3000. 24 p.

A Dialogue between a father and his son George about the cannibals in India
[Philadelphia]. Philadelphia Female Tract Society. [1816]. 12 p.

A Dialogue between a fond father and his little son: Designed to amuse and instruct children
Norwich [Conn.]. Printed by Henry Trumbull. 1804. 32 p.

A dialogue between a gentleman and a broker, concerning the funds: to which is prefix'd, a letter to Sir R. Walpole
J. S ; Walpole, Robert
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1736. 24 p.

A dialogue between a gentleman and a farmer, on the present high price of provisions of all kinds: wherein it is set forth how the present scarcity arose, and how it may be in future prevented
Friend to his country
London. Printed by Cooper and Graham and sold by J. and A. Arch. [1795?]. 20 p.

A dialogue between a gentleman of London, agent for two Court candidates, and an honest alderman of the Country party: wherein the grievances under which the nation at present groans are fairly and impartially laid open and considered : earnestly address'd to the electors of Great-Britain
Fielding, Henry
London. Printed for M. Cooper . 1747. [4], 91, [1] p.

A dialogue between a husband, wife, and two children
Sincere friend to truth
Hartford, Conn. 1807.

A dialogue between a husband, wife, and two children, viz. William and Lucy: giving a short account of the cause of natural evil
Sincere friend to truth
Hartford [Conn. s.n.]. 1807. 30 p.

A dialogue between a justice of the peace and a farmer
Day, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1785. 154, [1] p.

A dialogue between a lawyer and a country gentleman upon the subject of the game laws relative to hares, partridges, and pheasants: wherein is shewn the several qualifications to kill game, the penalties such persons are liable to who kill them without such qualifications, the manner of recovering such penalties, the difference between being subject to the penalties and being punished as trespassers ... together with some observations upon these laws ... : with a letter to John Glynn, Esq., serjeant at law, and representative of the county of Middlesex, upon the penal laws of this country
Purlevent, John ; Glynn, John
London. Printed for J. Wilkie and P. Uriel. 1771. 54 p., [3] folded leaves of plates.

A Dialogue between a lieutenant of a man of war and a captain in the land service upon half-pay
London. Printed for John True-Blue. [1720]. 15 p.

A dialogue between a man of letters and Mr. J.J. Rousseau, on the subject of romances: Published since his Eloisa, and intended as a preface to that work. Translated from the French
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
London. Printed for R. Griffiths, T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, in the Strand. M.DCC.LXI. 2 p. ℓ., xli p.

A Dialogue between a member of Parliament, a divine, a lawyer, a freeholder, a shop-keeper, and a country farmer: or, Remarks on the badness of the market, on our happiness that England is not made the seat of war ... [etc.] with a question upon the whole matter, whether England is to be undone for the sake of three men
[London?] . Printed in the year 1703. 39 p.

A Dialogue between a member of Parliament, a divine, a lawyer, a freeholder, a shopkeeper, and a country farmer, or, Remarks on the badness of the market: on our happiness that England is not made the seat of war, on the unhappiness of civil dissensions, on the disputes between the L--ds and C-----ns ..., upon the publick accounts and mismanagements ... on the causes of all our differences, the danger of them to the government, the necessity of reconciling them, that the contest seems to be more for the sake of private men than the publick good : with a question upon the whole matter, Whether England is to be undone for the sake of three men
Davenant, Charles
[London. s.n.]. 1703. 39 p.

A Dialogue between a member of Parliament, and a commander of a ship, about encouraging the seamen of Great Britain, and the speedy manning the navy without impressing
London. [s.n.]. 1709. 16 p.

A dialogue between a member of Parliament and his servant: In imitation of the seventh satire of the second book of Horace
Cambridge, Richard Owen ; Horace
London. Printed for R. Dodsley, and sold by M. Cooper. 1752. 25 p.

A dialogue between a member of Parliament and one of his electors concerning the window-tax: containing ample instructions for every officer employ'd in the execution of the acts : particular directions, what may lawfully be done by persons and parishes in their own defence : and an estimate of the probable annual produce of the duties both in England and Scotland : to which is added, the opinion of the attorney and sollicitor-general on the first of the said acts, and a new preface to the whole
Hooke, Andrew
London. Printed for B. Hickey and J. Palmer. 1748. xvi, 46 p.

A Dialogue, between a minister and Billy, a young parishioner: on the subject of singing praises to God
Danbury [Conn.]. Printed and sold by N. Douglas. MDCCXCIV. [1794]. 24 p.

A dialogue between a minister and his neighbour: about the Lord's Supper
Wadsworth, Benjamin
Boston. Printed by J. Kneeland for S. Adams. 1772. 123, 4 p.

A dialogue between a minister, and his neighbour, about the Lord's Supper
Wadsworth, Benjamin ; Adams, Amos ; Williams, Stephen
Boston. Printed by J. Kneeland, in Milk-Street, for Seth Adams. 1772. 123, [1], 4, [4] p.

A dialogue between a minister and his neighbour, about the Lord's supper
Wadsworth, Benjamin
Boston. S. Kneeland. 1724. 1 p. l., iv, 102 p.

A dialogue between a minister of the Church of England, and his parishioner, on the subject of infant baptism
Hutton, George
Boston and Spilsby, [Lincolnshire]. 1809.

A Dialogue between a modern Calvinist and a professed advocate for the doctrine and traditions of the apostles on the subject of the birth of the children of the kingdom of heaven, or New-Jerusalem: also, notes on same tenets on the ordinance of baptism ... to which is added some strictures on Mr. Haldane's Comment
Haldane, J. A
Bridgeport [Conn.]. Printed for the author by N.L. Skinner. 1817. 28 p.

A dialogue between a modern courtier and an honest English gentleman: to which is added the author's dedication to both Houses of Parliament, to whom he appeals for justice
Baston, Samuel
London printed. [s.n.]. MDCXCVII [1697]. [12], 31 p.

A dialogue between a modern courtier and an honest English gentleman
Crosfeild, Robert
[London?. s.n.]. 1696. 31 p.

A dialogue between an American and a European Englishman (1768)
Hutchinson, Thomas ; Bailyn, Bernard
[s.l. s.n.]. c1976. p. 343-410.

A Dialogue between an assembly-man and a convention-man: On the subject of the state constitution of Pennsylvania. : To which is added, some observations offered to the committee of the whole House of the said state, on the two first amendments to the Federal Constitution. : Also a plan for raising taxes to pay the debts of the United States in forty years; and reprobating the funding of it on posterity
Philadelphia. Printed and sold for the author by W. Spotswood in Front Street. Where also may be had a pamphlet. [1790]. 12 p., 2 leaves of plates.

A Dialogue, between Andrew Trueman, and Thomas Zealot: about the killing the Indians at Cannestogoe and Lancaster
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by Anthony Armbruster] at Ephesus. [1764]. 7, [1] p.

A dialogue between an East-Indian brackmanny or heathen-philosopher, and a French gentleman concerning the present affairs of Europe
Tryon, Thomas
London. Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle. 1683. [2], 22 p.

A dialogue between an East Indian brackmanny, or heathen philosopher and a French man, on war. War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Jesus Christ : in a letter to a friend
Tryon, Thomas ; Scott, J
Stanford [N.Y.]. Re-printed by Daniel Lawrence. 1805. 64 p.

A dialogue between an English-man and a Dutch-man: on the subject of trade, more especially the fishing-trade
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1737. [1], 30 p.

A dialogue between an Englishman and Buonaparte, on the present times
Lady ; Cruikshank, George ; Douglas, R. J. H
[London]. Printed and published by R. Harrild, 20, Great Eastcheap. [1814?]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A Dialogue between an Episcopalian and a Presbyterian, on the subject of the late meeting of some Episcopalians at Mechanic-Hall, in the city of New-York
[New York. s.n.]. January, 1812. [2], 8, [2] p.

A dialogue between a new Catholic convert and a Protestant: shewing the doctrin[e] of transubstantiation to be as reasonable to be believ'd as the great mystery of the Trinity by all good Catholicks
London. Printed by Henry Hills. 1686. [2], 6 p.

A Dialogue between a new courtier and a country gentleman
[London?]. Printed in the year 1712. 23 p.

A Dialogue between an independent and a clergyman touching the issues of the presidential campaign of 1884
[S.l. s.n. 1884]. 15 p.

A Dialogue between a noble lord, and a poor woodman
Sold at the printing-office in Hartford. [s.n. ca. 1790?]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

A dialogue between Anthony earl of Shaftsbury, and Captain Thomas Walcott, upon their meeting in Pluto's kingdome
London. Printed by W.D. and are to be sold by W. Davis in Amen-corner. 1683. 1 broadside.

A Dialogue between an uncle and his kinsman: Being a serious endeavour, for the instruction of youth in things of importance, to their temporal, spiritual, and eternal welfare. : Heads of families, that wish well to their houshold, are invited to put it into their hands. : [Eleven lines of Scripture texts]
Boston. [s.n.]. Printed 1764. [6], vi, 111, [1] p.

A Dialogue between a papist and a Quaker
[London. s.n. 1680?]. 4 p.

A dialogue between a pastor and parishioner touching the Lord's Supper: wherein the most material doubts and scruples about receiving that Holy Sacrament are removed and the way thereto discovered to be both plain and pleasant : very useful for private Christians in these scrupulous times
Altham, Michael
London. Printed by J.L. for Luke Meredith. 1685. [10], 220 p.

A dialogue between a philosopher and a student, of the common laws of England
Hobbes, Thomas ; Cromartie, Alan ; Skinner, Quentin ; Hobbes, Thomas
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 2005. 180 p.
ISBN 0198237022

A dialogue between a philosopher and a student of the common laws of England
Hobbes, Thomas ; Cropsey, Joseph
Chicago. University of Chicago Press. 1997, c1971. vii, 168 p.
ISBN 0226345416

A dialogue between a philosopher and a student of the common laws of England
Hobbes, Thomas ; Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm ; Ascarelli, Tullio
Milan. Giuffrè. 1960. vi, 420 p.

A dialogue between a popish priest and an English Protestant: Wherein the principal points and arguments of both religions are truly proposed and fully examined
Poole, Matthew
London. Printed by E. Cotes, and are to be sold by R. Smith ... S. Tomson ... F. Titan ... and H. Murdock. 1667. [18], 232 p.

A dialogue between a predestinarian and his friend
Wesley, John
London. Printed for G. Whitfield. 1799. 12 p.

A dialogue between a predestinarian and his friend
Wesley, John
New-Haven. Re-printed and sold by T. and S. Green. MDCCLXX. [1770]. iv, [1], 6-12 p.

A dialogue between a predestinarian and his friend
Wesley, John
Newport, Rhode-Island. Reprinted and sold by S. Southwick, in Queen-Street. M,DCC,LXXIV. [1774]. 15, [1] p.

A dialogue, between a predestinarian, and his friend
Wesley, John
Printed at Boston. [s.n.]. MDVIIXCVI [i.e. 1796]. 11, [1] p.

A dialogue between a Protestant and an [Ana] baptist
R. H
London. Printed for D.M. 1678. 8 p.

A dialogue between a Protestant and a papist: concerning 1. Prayer in an unknown tongue, 2. The half communion, 3. The worshipping of images, 4. The invocation of saints
Coles, Gilbert
Oxford. Printed at the Theater, and are to be sold by Moses Pitt ... Peter Parker ... William Leak ... and Thomas Guy. 1679. [12], 221 [i.e. 211] p.

A dialogue between a Separate minister, and some of his people, and Cole: what was said to me, and my answers
Cole, Nathan
[Hartford. Printed by Watson and Goodwin. 1779?]. 30 p.

A dialogue, between a southern delegate: and his spouse, on his return from the grand Continental congress. A fragment, inscribed to the married ladies of America, by their most sincere, and affectionate friend, and servant
Mary V. V ; V., Mary V ; Jefferson, Thomas
[New York]. Printed [by James Rivington?]. in the year 1774. 14 p.

A dialogue between a southern delegate and his spouse, on his return from the grand Continental Congress: a fragment inscribed to the married ladies of America
V., Mary V ; Jefferson, Thomas
11 p.

A dialogue, between a Southern delegate, and his spouse, on his return from the grand Continental Congress
V., Mary V ; Jefferson, Thomas
New York. James Rivington?]. 1774. 14 p.

A dialogue, between a southern delegate and his spouse, on his return from the grand Continental Congtress: A fragment, inscribed to the married ladies of America
V., Mary V ; Jefferson, Thomas
[New York?]. Printed [by James Rivington?]. in the year M,DCC,LXXIV. [1774]. 14, [2] p.

A dialogue between a town sharper and his hostes: sung by Mr. Leavridge & Mr. Pate in ye first part of Masseniello
Purcell, Daniel ; D'Urfey, Thomas ; Leveridge, Richard ; Pate, John
[London. s.n. 1700]. 1 score (2 sheets).

A Dialogue between a Traveller and Yourself
Nisbet, James ; Collins, Francis ; Cowper, Edward ; Applegath, Augustus
London. Printed by Augustus Applegath and Edward Cowper, Nelson-place, Gravel-lane, Southwark; and sold by F. Collins, 60, Paternoster-row, Evans and Sons, 42, Long-lane, and J. Nisbet, 15, Castle-street, Oxford-street, and by other booksellers. [ca. 1820]. 1 sheet (8 p.).

A Dialogue between a traveller and yourself
[Baltimore]. Published by the "Religious Tract Society of Baltimore," and for sale at their depository, no. 144, Market-Street. Sam'l. H. Harris, agent. [1818]. 4 p.

A dialogue between a traveller & yourself
Burder, George
Andover [Mass.]. Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould. 1816. 4 p.

A dialogue between a tutor and his pupil
Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert
London. Printed for W. Bathoe. 1768. 272 p.

A dialogue between a tutor and his pupil
Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert
Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt. Frommann (Holzboog). 1971. xxxii, 272 p.
ISBN 3772802028

A dialogue between a Virginian and an African minister
Coker, Daniel
Baltimore. Printed by Benjamin Edes, for Joseph James. 1810. 43, [1] p.

A dialogue between a well-wisher and a friend to the slaves in the British colonies
Lady
[England. s.n. 1825?]. 12 p.

A dialogue between a Whig and a Jacobite upon the subject of the late rebellion and the execution of the rebel lords, etc., 1715-16: [1716. Anon.]
Defoe, Daniel
[Edinburgh]. Clarendon Historical Society, privately printed. 1885. 26 p.

A dialogue, between a young convert, a minister, and a Christian brother: Designed to shew, that a Congregational church may consistently favour a conscientious request of one who desires to be re-baptized
Worcester, Thomas
Concord [N.H.]. Printed by George Hough, for the author. M.DCC.XCIV. [1794]. iv, [1], 6-24 p.

A dialogue between Bergson, Aristotle and Philologos
Cavarnos, Constantine
Cambridge, Mass. [s.n.]. 1949. 60 p.

A dialogue between Bergson, Aristotle, and Philologos
Cavarnos, Constantine
Belmont, Mass. Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies. [1973]. 62 p.