Crosbie, Edward William, d. 1798 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An Accurate and impartial narrative of the apprehension, trial & execution on the 5th of June, 1798, of Sir Edward William Crosbie, bart. [electronic resource] : including a copy of the minutes of the proceedings of the court-martial, which tried him : together with authentic documents relating to the whole of his conduct and the proceedings against him / published in justice to his memory by his family.
Crosbie, James. : A geological and prospecting expedition which filled many blank spaces on the map : Mr. R.L. Jack, geologist and Mr. James Crosbie, leader, prospector / by James Dick.
Crosby, Brass, 1725-1793. : To the worthy and independent livery of London. Gentlemen, The favor of your poll and interest is most earnestly requested for ... Frederick Bull, .. Brass Crosby, Esq; John Sawbridge, Esq; and George Hayley, Esq; to be the four representatives of this ... city in the next Parliament, ....
Crosby, Caroline Barnes, 1807-1884. : No place to call home : the 1807-1857 life writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, chronicler of outlying Mormon communities / edited by Edward Leo Lyman, Susan Ward Payne, and S. George Ellsworth.
Crosby, Caroline Barnes, 1807-1884 -- Diaries. : No place to call home : the 1807-1857 life writings of Caroline Barnes Crosby, chronicler of outlying Mormon communities / edited by Edward Leo Lyman, Susan Ward Payne, and S. George Ellsworth.
Crosby, James, -1834. : The trial of Henry Joseph and Amos Otis, for the murder of James Crosby, captain of the brig Juniper, on the high seas : in the Circuit Court of the United States, District of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, October term 1834.
Crosby, James, d. 1834. : The trial of Henry Joseph ad Amos Otis for the murder of James Crosby, captain of the Brig Juniper, on the high seas [electronic resource] : in the Circuit Court of the United States, district of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, October term, 1834.
Crosby, Joseph, 1692-1744. : A copy of a case between Joseph Crosby of Worcester in the county of Worcester, sadler, plaintiff; and Jacob Wyman of Woburn in the county of Middlesex, trader, defendant.
Crosby, Joshua, d. 1838. : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Reverend Joshua Crosby, to the pastoral care of the church and people of God, in Greenwich, 2d. Society, December 2d, M,DCC,LXXXIX. [electronic resource] / By Daniel Foster, A.M. Pastor of the church in New-Braintree.