Mathews, Dorothy M. : Powers of the President as Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. Prepared at the request of Honorable John W. McCormack, Majority Leader House of Representatives, by Dorothy Schaffter, senior specialist in American government and Dorothy M. Mathews research assistance in American government, Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress. June 14, 1956. [electronic resource]
Mathews, Douglas C. : Atlas of glomerular disease : morphological and clinical correlation / Priscilla Kincaid-Smith, John P. Dowling, Douglas C. Matthews.
Mathews, Dylan. : War prevention works : 50 stories of people resolving conflict / written by Dylan Matthews ; published by Oxford Research Group.
Mathews, Edward, b. 1812. : The autobiography of the Rev. E. Mathews, the "Father Dickson" of Mrs. Stowe's "Dred" [electronic resource] : also a description of the influence of the slave-party over the American Presidents, and the rise and progress of the anti-slavery reform / with a preface by Handel Cossham.
Mathews, Edward, Curate of Carrickfergus. : The divine original of civil government: a sermon preached at the assizes held at Carrickfergus, for the county of Antrim, the 17th of July, 1713. By E. Mathews, ... [electronic resource].
Mathews, Edward D. : Up the Amazon and Madeira Rivers through Bolivia and Peru / by Edward D. Mathews.
Mathews, G. M. : Selected poems and prose / chosen and edited by G.M. Mathews.
Mathews, George. : Full and authentic report of the important case of the Attorney General, at the relation of George Mathews and others, against the Rev. Joseph Hutton, James C. Ledlie, D.D., and others, being the ministers and members of Eustace-St. Congregation, in the city of Dublin [electronic resource] / from the short hand notes of Wm. Jones Esq., barrister at law : with an appendix, containing the prayer of the information, and extracts of the principal proofs given in evidence by the defendants.
Mathews, George, fl. 1819. : Account of the extraordinary and shocking case of George Mathews, who was capitally convicted at the Old Bailey in February, 1818, on a false charge of robbing his master, Colonel Whaley, and afterwards through the benevolent influence of Mr. Alderman Wood, the Hon. Mr. Bennet and others, pardoned by the Prince Regent, on the clearest proofs being given of his innocence [electronic resource] : containing a report of the trial of Mathews, a sketch of his life, his memorial to the Prince Regent, Colonel Whaley's answer, remarks thereon and Mr. Harmer's letter, explaining his reasons for assisting in the developement and obtaining a pardon for Mathews.