[Baillies, Sen.], appellant -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : [In] the House of Lords. Andrew Johnston, John Chalmers, and William Gray, Sen. baillies; and Sir John Anstruther, bart. Philip Anstruther Paterson, Esq; of eccles, Andrew Johnston, of Pitkeire, Gavin Hog, Andrew Dickieson, John Caithness, James Mercer, Thomas Ballardie, James Westwater, Robert Young, Andrew Innes, and Archibald Brown, counsellors of the burgh of Anstruther Easter, - - - - - - appellants. Alexander Tennant and William Gray, Jun. constituent members of the council of the borough of Anstruther Easter, at the annual election, upon the 14th of September last, - - - respondents. The respondents case [electronic resource].
Bailly, Claude, 1755-1830 -- Diaries. : Journal d'un artisan tourangeau 1789-1830 : tenu par Claude Bailly, artisan sellier à Chinon au no. 27 de la rue Saint-Etienne / présenté et commenté par Luc Boisnard.
Bailments -- Australia. : Bailments [electronic resource] : a commentary on the law of custody and possession, as distinguished from property, in chattels ... : with a supplementary chapter on passenger carriage and appendices of Indian and Australasian cases / by Wyatt-Paine.
Bailments -- Canada. : The law of bailments [electronic resource] : embracing deposits, mandates, loans for use, pledges, hire, innkeepers, and carriers / by Edward Beal ; with notes to Canadian cases by A.C. Forster Boulton.
Bailments -- Pennsylvania. : The law of bailments in Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : a discourse delivered before the law class of the Young Men's Christian Association of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., December 1st, 1899 / by Sidney R. Miner.
Baily, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial of an information issuing out of the Court of King's-Bench, on the prosecution of William Baily, clerk, against Francis Newman and John Hunt, Esqrs., two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county of Somerset [electronic resource] : for certain trespasses and misdemeanors, at the assizes at Taunton, in the said county, on Monday the first of April, 1776, before the Honourable Sir Beaumont Hotham, knight, one of the Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.