Davie, Trephina -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Margaret Davie, Frances Davie, and Trephina Davie, daughters of Sir William Davie bart. deceased (by Dame Abigail his second wife) and infants, by Nicholas Pollexfen Esq; their prochein amy, apellants sic]. Nicholas Hooper the younger, Esq; and Mary his wife, who was only daughter of the said Sir William Davie by his first wife, respondents. The appellant's case [electronic resource].
Davie, William Richardson, 1756-1820. Instructions to be observed for the formation and movements of the cavalry. : In the press, [electronic resource] : and speedily will be published, by the same author, the first number of Domesday, or, an actual survey of South-Britain, by the commissioners of William the Conqueror, completed in the year 1086, on the evidence of the Juries of Hundreds, Sanctioned by the Authority of the County Grand Jury, faithfully translated. With an introduction, notes, and illustrations. This number comprehends the counties of Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, and Ten similar numbers will contain both volumes of the original.
Davies, Benjamin. Tit for tat; or, A purge for a pill. : To the public. Philadelphia, November 14, 1796. [electronic resource] : The hoary-headed Benjamin Davies, tottering into his grave, has obliged me, however reluctantly, to trespass on the attention of my fellow-citizens, and request a candid hearing for a few minutes.
Davies, Frances, d. 1786. : An authentic narrative of the most remarkable adventures, [electronic resource] : and curious intrigues, exhibited in the life of Miss Fanny Davies, the celebrated modern amazon, who received sentence of death at the last Chelmsford Assizes, by Mr. Justice Ashurst, for stealing above 1250l. in money and notes, from Mr. Wrigglesworth, a Country Grazier. Embellished with a beautiful frontispiece, Representing the Fair-One, both in her native Charms, and masculine Dress. Interspersed with Interesting moral Reflections, and entertaining Anecdotes, delineating her Amorous Parleys with her Kind Keepers in High-Life.
Davies, Gail. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 38 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.