Burns, Ann. : The hypocrite unmask'd. [electronic resource] : Trial and conviction of John Baker, a Methodist teacher, of this city, for seducing Miss Ann Burns, under a promise of marriage. : Held before the Hon. Judge Kent, at the City-Hall, on Friday Aug. 18, 1798. : With the pleadings of the counsel on both sides, in which is introduced a specimen of Methodistical orthography, to which is added Judge Kent's excellent charge to the jury.
Burns, Catharine -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The responsibility of Spain for the destruction of the United States battleship Maine in Havana Harbor, February 15, 1898 : and the assumption by the United States, under the treaty of 1898, of Spain's pecuniary liability for the injuries to, and deaths of, her officers and crew / argument of Charles Henry Butler, before the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, December 18-21, 1901, on behalf of claimants represented by Butler & Harwood.
Burns, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Reports of proceedings in the actions, the Western Bank Liquidators v. Western Bank Directors, Inglis (a shareholder) v. Western Bank Directors, and the Western Bank v. Ayrshire Banking Company [electronic resource] / reported by James S. Milne, Norman Macpherson, Charles J. Shirreff, and Robert Lee.
Burns, John. : Sober and religious conference considered and recommended. : A sermon preached in the High-Church-Yard, Glasgow ; May 26th, 1774. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr John Burns, Minister of Barony. To which is added, The charge. By the Reverend William Thom, M. A. Minister of Govan.
Burns, John, 1765 or 6-1789. : Some account of John Burns, John Logan, John Ferguson, John Bennet, and Daniel Cronan, who were executed upon the commons in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the 12th of October, 1789, for the murder and robbery of John M'Farland [electronic resource].