Chapman, Thomas, 1717-1760. : Observations : on I. The answer of M. L'Abb́e de Vertot to the late Earl Stanhope's Inquiry, concerning the senate of ancient Rome: Dated December 1719. II. A dissertation upon the constitution of the Roman senate, by a gentleman: Published in 1743. III. A treatise on the Roman senate, by Dr. Conyers Middleton: Published in 1747. IV. An essay on the Roman senate, by Dr. Thomas Chapman: Published in 1750. By Mr. Hooke.
Chapman, Thomas. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : General orders. : His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant having transmitted to His Majesty the proceedings of the general Court Martial assembled for the trials of Lieutenant Colonel Sir Thomas Chapman, and Paymaster Owen Wynne Grey, of the 6th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, or Carbineers; and having received His Majesty's commands thereon, it is His Excellency's pleasure that the same should be printed and made known to the army in this kingdom...
Chapman, William, -1699. : Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. : to all and singuler archbishops, bishops, archdeacons, deanes and their officials ... greeting : whereas wee are credibly giuen to understand by a certificate .. of ... the mayor, aldermen & sheriffes, of our towne of Kingston vpon Hull ... that our poore distressed subiect William Chapman ...
Chapman, William, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The trial of Capt. William Chapman for the wilful murder of Robert Dunn [electronic resource] : on board the Apollo slave ship : as taken in short hand : containing the speeches at length of the counsel, the evidence verbatim of the witnesses, the prisoner's defence, correct copied of the letters and documents produced in court and the charge of the judge to the jury : the whole being a faithful narrative of every particular that transpired during the important and interesting investigation.
Chapparal Steel Co. -- Reorganization. : The new organizational reality : downsizing, restructuring, and revitalization / edited by Marilyn K. Gowing, John D. Kraft, and James Campbell Quick.
Chappe dAuteroche, 1728-1769. -- Early works to 1800. : The antidote; or an enquiry into the merits of a book, entitled A journey into Siberia, made in MDCCLXI in Obedience to an Order of the French King, and published, with Approbation, by the Abb́e Chappe D'Auteroche, of the Royal Academy of Sciences: In which many essential Errors and Misrepresentations are pointed out and confuted; and many interesting Anecdotes added, for the better Elucidation of the several Matters necessarily discussed: By a lover of truth. Translated into English by a Lady, and Dedicated, with Permission, to her Imperial Majesty the Czarina.
Chappell, William, -- Early works to 1800. : The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire..
Chappelle, Ann. : Letters to Ann : the love story of Matthew Flinders and Ann Chappelle / Catharine Retter & Shirley Sinclair.
Chapple, William, 1718-1781. : Mr. Pitfield's reason for charging Dr. Andrew with a design to cheat him in the purchase of his estate : examined and disproved. With the writer's motives For meddling in this dispute. To which is added, a postscript, In Answer to a Paper dated June 30, and published under the Names of William Chapple and William Pitfield.By J. S. A. C.