Taylor, James, 1706 or 1707-1753. : Remarks on the German empire. : With an historical account of the towns on the Rhine, and the operations of the campaign, 1743. By James Taylor, A. M. Rector of Broadway in the County of Dorset, and Chaplain to His Majesty's own Regiment of Horse.
Taylor, James B. : Using microcomputers in social agencies / James B. Taylor with Jacque Gibbons.
Taylor, James B., 19th cent. : Arguments of counsel in the West Washington market case on an application to the Supreme Court by the comptroller and counsel to the corporation of the city of New York, to set aside a judgment in ejectment and to restore the city to the possession of the above named premises, as also to vacate two judgments obtained by Messrs. James B. Taylor and Owen N. Brennan against the city amounting together to over 00, 000 [electronic resource] : with the opinion of Judge Ingraham and the order entered thereon, vacating the judgments and granting the relief sought / reported by Joseph L. Blundell.
Taylor, James, : The pious soul's divine breathings, pantings and thirstings after Christ : in holy and heart-searching meditations. To which are added, the sacred mysteries of holy living and dying, With suitable Helps and Directions. Also, Serious Considerations and Reflections on Eternity, in its Nature and Duration. A Divine Discourse of the Nature and Immortality of Man's Soul in the Body, and when it departs from it. Considerations on the Joys of Heaven, and the Torments of Hell, by way of Meditation. With meditations upon the seven ages of man's life Very useful for Families and Single Persons. By James Taylor, B.D.
Taylor, James, : And the case of the respondent Taylor and his wife, is : Archibald Primrose, Lord Viscount Roseberry, of the Kingdom of Scotland; and Dorothy his Wife, only Child of Everingham Cressey, Jun. Esq; by Anne his First Wife, Appelts. James Taylor, Gent. and Elizabeth his Wife, who was Second Wife and Relict of the said Everingham Cressey, --- Samuel Tyreman, - Respondt. The Question upon this Appeal, is, Whether the Appellants shall have Interest for the Summ of 2000 Pounds, provided to be raised for the Appellant Dorothy, out of her Father's Estate, after his Death; which Estate was, after his Death, entred upon by her Trustee, who was all the while in the Possession and Receipt of the whole Profits for about Sixteen Years, till the said 2000 Pounds was satisfied, in the Year 1695. with an Overplus of 110 Pounds, which he has paid back; whenas the Respondent Elizabeth, who was to have had 320 Pounds per Annum Jointure out of the Estate, had not a Farthing of it from the Year 1679, till the Year 1696, after the 2000 Pounds was satisfied. .
Taylor, James (James P.), : Current research in Egyptology 2011 : proceedings of the twelfth annual symposium which took place at Durham University, United Kingdom March, 2011 / edited by Heba Abd El Gawad, Nathalie Andrews, Maria Correas-Amador, Veronica Tamorri and James Taylor.