Douglas, James, 1703 or 4- : To be reported by Lord Prestongrange, upon Saturday the 4. of July current. Bill of suspension Dr James Douglas and Thomas Waugh, against John Ainslie.
Douglas, James, 1704 or 1705- : A speech made at the enthronement and installation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John : By divine providence, Lord Bishop of Durham, on Friday, August 2d, 1771. By James Douglas D.D. subdean of Durham.
Douglas, James, -1744. : Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of James Douglass of Mains, John Graham of Dougalstown, William Campbel of Succoth, &c.
Douglas, James, active 1651. : Strange news from Scotland and their young King his dream concerning England: with the appearing of a wonderful vision to him in the night, and what happened thereupon: together, with his speech to the lords of his privie councel; and a dreadful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a Scotchman, written by his own hand, and sent to their young King, full of wonder and admiration; wherein he fortells the great things that shall befall his person, this present year 1651. With a great battel to be fought on the 5. of May next, between the English and the Scots, the event and success thereof. 20. Lords to be beheaded, and 20000 horse and foot totally vanquished and subdued, and what shall happen upon the obtaining this great victory. / Signed by James Douglas, the author of the these prophetical observations, and licensed according to order.
Douglas, James, active 1753-1762, : Answers for William, John and James Douglas, sons of the deceased William Douglas in Brigton, to the petition of David Kennedy in Altercannoch.
Douglas, James, : The surveyor's utmost desire fulfilled : or, the art of planometry, longemetry, and altemetry, Brought to its greatest Perfection, by the Help of the Ungraduated Instrument, called the Infallible.
Douglas, James, : Dreadful news from Cumberland. : Being a true relation of a most horrid and barbarous murder committed the 18th of April, 1753; shewing how one William Johnson, a butcher, went to Mr Wilkinson's a grazier near Wigton in the county of Cumberland, to buy cattle, and found the said Mr. Wilkinson, his wise, three daughters marriageable, three small children, a nurse, and a ..., all inhumanly murdered in their [beds] and weltering in their gore. With an account of the wonderful discovery of the murderers; their apprehending and commitment to Carlisle Goal. With the substance of a sermon preached on this sad occasion by the Rev. Mr James Douglas, minister of Wigton. In a letter to a gentleman. Licenced and entered according to order.
Douglas, James, : The advancement of society in knowledge and religion / by James Douglas ...
Douglas, James S., : James S. Douglass, et. al., plaintiffs in error, versus James M. Reynolds, et. al. [electronic resource] : in error to the District Court United States for Mississippi.