Brooks, James J. : Whiskey drips [electronic resource] : a series of interesting sketches, illustrating the operations of the whiskey thieves in their evasions of the law and its penalties / by James J. Brooks ; to which is added, a circumstantial account of his attempted murder by the Philadelphia whiskey ring ...
Brooks, James, : The prevalence of Arianism amongst English Presbyterians [electronic resource] : in the early part of the last century, considered in relation to Lady Hewley's charity and to Presbyterian endowments.
Brooks, James Wilton, 1854-1916. : History of the Court of Common Pleas of the city and county of New York [electronic resource] : with full reports of all important proceedings / by James Wilton Brooks.
Brooks, John, active 1750-1752. : England's interest : or, free thoughts on the starch duty. Wherein is set forth, the advantages that will attend the farmers and landholders; and also Some Observations relating to the Powder, and the Hardships and Inconveniences that the Barbers and Peruke-Makers are subjected to thereby. Together with a recital of what will be laid before the Parliament. Also an address to his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, relating to the Army. To which is added, a letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons. Dedicated to the Hon. Henry Pelham, Esq; First Lord Commissioner of his Majesty's Treasury. By John Brooks.