Simons, Henry, : The case and appeal of James Ashley, of Bread-Street, London [electronic resource] : addressed to the publick in general : in relation to I. The apprehending Henry Simons, the Polish Jew, on a warrant issued out against him for perjury. II. His trial, and conviction of a capital misdemeanor, last Lent-Assizes, held at Chelmsford for the county of Essex. III. His second trial, at the subsequent assizes, for the same offence, and surprising acquittal. IV An action brought, and the cruel verdict obtained, against the said James Ashley, and others : interspersed throughout with many very uncommon particulars : to which is prefixed, a curious print of the person and dress of the said Henry Simons.
Simons, Jenny. : Administering early childhood services / by Jenny Simons ; contributors: Tonia Godhard, Bob Perry, Sheila Rimmer.
Simons, Jessie Elizabeth, 1911- : While history passed : the story of the Australian nurses who were prisoners of the Japanese for three and a half years / by Jessie Elizabeth Simons ; foreword: A.M. Sage.
Simons, Joan (Joan M.), : Stories of children's pain : linking evidence to practice / Bernie Carter and Joan Simons.