Dalton, James, -1601. : The true copie of a letter from the Queenes Maiestie, to the Lord Maior of London, and his brethren : conteyning a most gracious acceptation of the great ioy which her subiectes tooke vpon the apprehension of diuers persons, detected of a most wicked conspiracie, read openly in a great assemblie of the commons in the guildhall of that citie, the 22.day of August. 1586. Before the reading whereof, maister Iames Dalton, one of the counsellours of that citie, in the absence of the recorder, made this speach hereafter folowing.
Dalton, James A., : The antitrust dilemma; [papers. / Edited by] James A. Dalton [and] Stanford L. Levin.
Dalton, James, active 1831-1836. : The gentleman in black / [by James Dalton] ; with illustrations, by George Cruikshank ; engraved by J. Thompson and C. Landells.
Dalton, James F. : Mind over markets [electronic resource] power trading with market generated information / James F. Dalton, Eric T. Jones, Robert B. Dalton.
Dalton, James H. : Community psychology : linking individuals and communities / James H. Dalton, Maurice J. Elias, Abraham Wandersman.
Dalton, James, : A genuine narrative of all the street robberies committed since October last : by James Dalton, and his accomplices, who are now in Newgate, to be try'd next Sessions, and against whom, Dalton (call'd their Captain) is admitted an Evidence. Shewing I. The Manner of their snatching off Womens Pockets; with Directions for the Sex in general how to wear them, so that they cannot be taken by any Robber whatsoever. II. The Method they took to rob the Coaches, and the many diverting Scenes they met with while they follow'd those dangerous Enterprizes. III. Some merry Stories of Dalton's biting the Women of the Town, his detecting and exposing the Mollies, and a Song which is sung at the Molly-Clubs: With other very pleasant and remarkable Adventures. To which is added a key to the canting language, occasionally made Use of in this Narrative. Taken from the mouth of James Dalton.
Dalton, Jeanette. : From proficiency to competencies : a collaborative approach to curriculum innovation / Youle Bottomley, Jeanette Dalton, Chris Corbel.
Dalton, John, active 1761. : An exact account of the trial of Mr. George Lee, and John Dalton, who were tried at the Assizes held in Armagh, on Thursday the 6th day of August 1761 : Before the Right Honourable Ld Ch. Justice Aston; being charged with the murder of John Clarke, servant to Robert Nedham, of Newry, Esq.
Dalton, John Call. : Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the institution for the year 1873. [electronic resource]