Bigamy -- England -- History. : Double trouble : the rise and fall of the crime of bigamy : Selden Society Lecture delivered in the Old Hall of Lincoln's Inn, July 8th, 2013 / by Rebecca Probert, Professor of Law in the University of Warwick.
Bigamy -- Great Britain. : Three letters published in the General Evening Post, of October 3, 31, and Nov. 12, 1747. [electronic resource] : I. To the printer. II. From Lancelot Lee to Thomas Cresswell, Esq; at Pinkney, near Malmsbury in Wiltshire. III. From Thomas Estcourt Cresswell to Lancelot Lee, Esq. at Coton in Shropshire. To which are added, Two letters published in the said Paper of Nov. 24, and Dec. 1, 1747. I. From a By-Stander at Malmsbury to Lancelot Lee, Esq; II. From Lancelot Lee to the By-Stander.
Bigamy -- Law and legislation -- United States. : Bigamy and polygamy : review of the opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, rendered at the October term, 1878, in the case of George Reynolds, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States, defendant in error / by an old lawyer.
Bigamy -- Missouri -- Springfield. : The Graham tragedy and the Molloy-Lee examination [electronic resource] : the only authentic history of the murder of Sarah Graham by her husband George E. Graham, near Springfield, Missouri, on the night of September 30th, 1885 : together with a comprehensive abstract of the testimony adduced at the preliminary examination of Mrs. Emma Molloy and Cora Lee, who are held as accessories / compiled from court records : a vivid recital of all accompanying incidents.
Bigamy -- Spain -- History. : Good faith and truthful ignorance : a case of transatlantic bigamy / Alexandra Parma Cook & Noble David Cook.
Bigamy -- United States. : Marriage [electronic resource] : monogamy and polygamy on the basis of divine law, of natural law and of constitutional law : an open letter to the Massachusetts members of Congress, by one of their constituents, with observations on the opinion of the Supreme Court in Reynolds vs. United States, 98 U.S. Supreme Court reports / by a citizen of Massachusetts.
Bigamy -- Wales -- Cases. : A report of a trial for bigamy, the King on the prosecution of Thomas Falkner Phillips, Esq., against Edward Foulkes, gent., at the Assizes held at Mold, in the county of Flint, on the 10th and 11th days of April, 1807 : before Robert Dallas, Esquire, chief justice and Francis Burton, Esquire, puisne judge : with a preface and notes / by a Student of the Inner Temple, London.
[Bigand, Monsieur] -- Early works to 1800. : The busy-Body; or, the adventures of Monsieur Bigand [electronic resource] : a man infinitely inquisitive and enterprizing, even to rashness; Which Unhappy Faculties, nevertheless, instead of ruining, raised him from the Lowest Obscurity, to a most Splendid Fortune. Interspersed with several humourous stories. The Whole Containing great Variety of Adventures, equally Instructive and Diverting. In two volumes. ... .
Bigari, Angelo Maria -- Travel -- Ireland -- Connacht. : 'Our treasure of antiquities' : Beranger and Bigari's antiquarian sketching tour of Connacht in 1779 : based on material in the National Library of Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy / Peter Harbison ; with photographs by Josephine Shields.
Bigelow Aerospace. : Bigelow aerospace : colonizing space one module at a time / Erik Seedhouse.
Bigelow, Charles D., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : George Place and Charles Place and Charles D. Bigelow, survivor of Bigelow and Trask, William A. Wright, et al., claimants of the Schooner "General S. Van Vliet" and Dan Smith, et al., claimants of the cargo, appellants, vs. the Norwich and New York Transportation Company [electronic resource] : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York.
Bigelow, H. H. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Argument of Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, for the defence in the case of Sheriff A.B.R. Sprague vs. H.H. Bigelow, trial, March term, Superior Court, 1884 [electronic resource].