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.
Crosby, Philip B. : Quality and me : lessons from an evolving life / Philip B. Crosby.
Crosby-Schøyen codex. : The Crosby-Schøyen Codex : Ms 193 in the Schøyen Collection / edited by James E. Goehring ; with the contributions of Hans-Gebhard Bethge ... [and others].
Crosby, Stills & Nash. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 24 : profiles of the people in music / Luann Brennan, editor.
Crosland, Cotton. -- Early works to 1800. : The Quakers shaken, or, a warning against quaking. : Being I. A relation of the conversion and recovery of John Gilpin, of Kendall in Westmorland, who was not only deluded, but possessed with the devill. II. A vindication of the said John Gilpin, from the aspersions of the Quakers. III. Twelve lying blasphemous prophecies of James Milner of Beakly in Lancashire; delivered by him Novemb. 14, 15, 16. IV. A relation of a horrid buggery committed by Hugh Bisbrown, a Quaker, with a mare. V. A relation of one Cotton Crosland of Ackworth in York-shire, a professed Quaker, who hanged himself.