Horne, James, : In the House of Lords, Brigadier-General Walter Ker of Littledean, claiming right to the titles and honours of Duke of Roxburghe, &c., and Richard Hotchkis, Esq, writer to the signet, his attorney, appellants Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet, and James Horne, Esq, writer to the signet his commissioner, John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler, and John Seton Karr, Esquires, respondents John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler and John Seton Karr, Esquires, appellants, Brigadier-General Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkins, Esq, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet, and James Horne, Esq, respondents [electronic resource] : the case of Brigadier-General Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkis, Esq., appellants in the first and respondents in the second appeal.
Horne, John, -1803. : Disputatio medica inauguralis : de hepatitide; quam, annuente summo numine, Ex Auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Georgii Baird, SS. T. P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; necnon amplissimi senatus Academici Consensu; Et nobilissimae Facultatis Medicae Decreto; pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Joannes Horne, Grenadensis. Ad diem 12. Sept. hora locoque solitis.
Horne, Joseph : The institution of Christian religion, vvrytten in Latine by maister Ihon Caluin, and translated into Englysh according to the authors last edition. Seen and allowed according to the order appointed in the Quenes maiesties iniunctions.
Horne, (Jacques de), b. ca. 1740, : A Journal of the practice of medicine, surgery, and pharmacy, in the military hospitals of France. [electronic resource] : Published by order of the King. / Reviewed and digested by M. de Horne, under the inspection of the Royal Society. ; Translated from the French by Joseph Browne. ; Volume I.