Hall, William, 19th cent. : Costs at law, in equity, and Parliament [electronic resource] : containing a statement of what a solicitor is entitled to charge for his fees, as a guide in making out bills of costs / by William Hall.
Hall, William, 1675-1748. : The King against Reginald Tucker. The case of William Hall Esq [electronic resource] : upon a writ of error to reverse the judgment of the Court of King's-Bench for the reversing the attainder of the defendant Tucker.
Hall, William, -1718? : A sermon of the general judgment preached before the King in Christ-church, Dublin [electronic resource] : on Advent Sunday, 1689 / by William Hall preacher and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty.
Hall, William B., / defendant. : An account of the proceedings on the trial of Susan B. Anthony : on the charge of illegal voting at the presidential election in Nov., 1872, and on the trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the inspectors of elections by whom her vote was received.
Hall, William, d. 1718? : A sermon preach'd before Her Majesty the Queen Dowager [electronic resource] : in her chappel at Somerset-House, upon the fifth Sunday after Easter, May 9, 1686 / by William Hall.
Hall, William, fl. 1624. : Mortalities meditation: or, A description of sinne [electronic resource] : VVith a definition and plaine setting forth of mans three chiefest and greatest enemies; to wit, the world, the flesh, and the Diuell. Written by William Hall.
Hall, William, fl. 1785-1790. : Letter addressed to the heritors of the shire of Berwick, [electronic resource] : By way of supplement to the report of William Dunbar of Houndwood, and William Hall of Whitehall, Esqrs, laid before the committee of heritors, December, 1785. On the subject of the repairs of the highways, in the shire of Berwick.
Hall, William Henry, : Critical observation on a pamphlet entitled crim. con., William Henry Hall, plaintiff, against Major George Barrow, defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife [electronic resource] : together with a plan of the houses occupied by the plaintiff, defendant and Mr. Haverstock : to which will be added extracts from opinions on cases, which have taken place in England, upon the same subject.
Hall, William, mariner. : A new and true method to find the longitude, much more exacter than that of latitude by quadrant. [electronic resource] : Also, a New Method for the Latitude, Truer abundantly than that by Meridian; And by Observation of the Sun, never before discover'd; and in a plain and familiar Way, for the Publick Good, by one who has been both Commander and Owner of several Vessels. Proved by experience, And Recommended to publick Consideration, By William Hall, At Mr. John Cruthars, the Sign of the Leg, in Thames-Street, near the Custom-House, London.
Hall, William R. : Contract interior finishes : a handbook of materials, products, and applications / William R. Hall.