Callaway, Merrel P., : In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Binkley Coal Company, plaintiff, vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, defendant, in equity no. 4696, Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Merrel P. Callaway, as trustees, complainants, vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, et al., defendants, in equity no. 4931, consolidated causes [electronic resource] : and ancillary causes pending in District Courts of the United States, Western District of Michigan, District of Minnesota, Fourth Division, District of Montana, and Southern District of New York : record.
Callaway, Rich. : The beeriad : or, progress of drink. An heroic poem, in two cantos. The first being an imitation of the first book of Mr. Pope's Dunciad; the second a description of a ram feast, held annually in a particular small District of Hampshire. By a Gentleman in the Navy. To which is annex'd a figurative moral tale upon Liberty, in Verse; And a Metaphorical Description of a certain Man of War in Prose: With a proper Preface to the whole: And Explanatory Notes to the Beeriad.
Callaway, Thomas L. : Feast / The Weinstein Company ; Dimension Films presents in association with Maloof Motion Pictures in association with Neo Art & Logic a LivePlanet production ; produced by Michael Leahy, Joel Soisson ; written by Patrick Melton & Marcus Dunstan ; directed by John Gulager.
Callbreath, James F. : Government control of minerals on the public lands an address delivered before the Second Pan American Scientific Congress, held in Washington, D.C., on January 4, 1916, relative to government control, of minerals on the public lands, by James F. Callbreath, Secretary American Mining Congress presented by Mr. Shafroth January 26, 1916. -- Referred to the Committee on Printing. [electronic resource]
Callcott, Maria Hutchins, 1798-1859. : The child's own singing book, or, Old songs for young singers : containing popular melodies & favourite rounds, arranged, with an easy accompaniment, for the piano-forte / edited and selected by Maria and William Hutchins Callcott.