Nicoll, Alexander. : The blessed memory of the righteous : A sermon, occasioned by the death of Lieutenant-Colonel John Rattray of Craighall. Preached in the Episcopal Chapel at Alyth, December 15, 1799. By the Revd. Alexander Nicoll, A.M.
Nicoll, Alexander Charles, b. 1850. : The law of parliamentary & municipal registration [electronic resource] : with notes, useful tables, and the most important decisions given in appeals from revision courts ... / by Alexander Charles Nicoll and Arthur John Flaxman.
Nicoll, Benjamin, 1718-1760. : A brief vindication of the proceedings of the trustees relating to the college. [electronic resource] : Containing a sufficient answer to the late famous protest, with its twenty unanswerable reasons. / By an impartial hand.
Nicoll, Bruce : Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from forest civil engineering / Alan Dickerson, Bruce Nicoll and Mike Perks.
Nicoll, De Lancey. : Panama libel case [electronic resource] : the United States, plaintiff in error, vs. Press Publishing Company : writ of error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, sued out by the government to review a judgment quashing an indictment charging the publication at West Point and in the New York Post Office building of alleged libels printed in the New York World / argument of De Lancey Nicoll, Esquire, of counsel for the defendant before the Supreme Court, Washington, October 24, 1910.
Nicoll, De Lancey, 1854-1933. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, no. 316, the United States of America, appellant, v. the American Tobacco Company and others, no. 317, the American Tobacco Company and others, appellants, v. the United States of America [electronic resource] : on appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York : oral argument of De Lancey Nicoll on behalf of the American Tobacco Company and others.
Nicoll, Geoff. : Conflicts and tensions in Commonwealth public sector boards : a report on research conducted by the National Institute for Governance / Meredith Edwards, Geoff Nicoll, and Robyn Seth-Purdie.