Assets (Accounting) -- New York (State) -- Albany. : The people of the state of New York, plaintiff, against the Continental Life Insurance Co., defendant [electronic resource] : in re the petition of John J. Anderson / argument of Robert Sewell, of counsel of petitioner before Charles H. Winfield.
Assets, Foreign -- See Alien property --subdivision Foreign countries under headings for national property, e.g. American property--Foreign countries; and subdivision Foreign ownership under types of industries, e.g. Construction industry--Foreign ownership
Assheton, Nicholas, : The journal of Nicholas Assheton of Downham, in the county of Lancaster, esq., for part of the year 1617, and part of the year following : interspersed with notes from the life of his contemporary, John Bruen of Bruen Stapelford in the county of Chester, Esq. / edited by F.R. Raines.
Assheton, William, -- Early works to 1800. : Jerub-baal. Being, a three-penny answer to a twelve-penny book : Written by William Assheton, D.D. and rector of Beckenham in Kent. Which he is pleased to stile a conference with an anabaptist. In which answer you have his presumptions proved to be no proofs for infant-baptism. By E.P. a preacher of the Gospel.
Assiento trade. : Considerations on the advantages of yielding up to Spain the un-expired term of the Assiento contract for an equivalent. : Shewing That at all Times, the Execution of it had been injurious to the general Trade of England, but particularly to that with Spain and our Colonies; and more especially to the Stock-Proprietors of the South-Sea Company, that had fatally experienced the vesting their Directors with any Power over their Property. In a Letter to his Grace the Duke of Bedford, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State for the Southern Province. By a Proprietor of the Trading Stock.
Assignment specifications -- See Job descriptions --subdivision Job descriptions under names of individual corporate bodies and under military services and occupational groups; and subdivision Employees--Job descriptions under types of industries, e.g. United States. Navy--Job descriptions; Construction industry--Employees--Job descriptions
Assignments for benefit of creditors -- Early works to 1800. : A letter from Sir Robert Rich : Baronet, Lieutenant General of his Majesty's Forces, and late Governor of Londonderry and Cullmore-Fort; to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Barrington, His Majesty's secretary at war. To which is added a postscript, containing Lord Barrington's answer, Sir Robert Rich's reply, and a few occasional remarks.
Assignments for benefit of creditors -- Ohio. : A manual for assignees, insolvent debtors, and others affected by assignments in Ohio, in trust for the benefit of creditors, or to avoid arrest [electronic resource] : with forms, notes of decisions, and practical suggestions / by Florien Giauque.