Stewart, James, : The correspondence (as verified by affidavit), between William Carmichael Smyth, Esq., and the under-strappers of the Treasury [electronic resource] : on the subject of the arrears of a pension regularly voted to him by Parliament from the 5th of April, 1826, but payment whereof is illegally withheld by the Commissioners of the Treasury, from which it manifestly appears that Viscount Melbourne has been made a cat's paw of by the Hon. Colonel James Stewart, the Tory assistant secretary at the Treasury : and also that Mister George E. Anson, His Lordship's private secretary, is an ignorant and impertinent Jack-in-Office.
Stewart, James D. (James Douglas) : A tabulation of librarianship : classified tables for the arrangement of all material relating to library economy / by James D Stewart.
Stewart, James John, : Vegetarianism and animal ethics in contemporary Buddhism / James John Stewart.
Stewart, James K. (James Kevin), 1942- : Constructing correctional facilities : is there a role for the private sector? : papers / by James K. Stewart ... [and others] presented at a conference at the Brookings Institution, January 6, 1987 ; edited by James R. Sevick & Warren I. Cikins.
Stewart, James, 1635-1715. : James Stewart's ansvver to a letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner to the states of Holland and West-Friesland, concerning the repeal of the penal laws and tests [electronic resource].
Stewart, James, -1746. : Information for Sir James Stewart of Burray, baronet, Mr. Robert Sinclair, son to Alexander Sinclair of Sixpeny, and James Easson, servant to the said Sir James, pannels, against the Right Honourable James Earl of Morton, stewart-principal of Orkney, Andrew Ross stewart-depute, John Riddoch stewart-clerk, and Henry Mowat, pursuers.