Delano, Charles, 1820-1883. : Memorial [electronic resource] : Charles Delano, born at New Braintree, Mass., June 24th, 1820, died at Northampton, Mass., January 23d, 1883.
Delano, Charles Christopher -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of Charles Christopher Delano and others, the crew of the Brig William, of Liverpool, for piracy [electronic resource] : before His Excellency Sir Thomas Maitland, governor of Malta, &c., &c., &c., and the other commissioners appointed for the trial of piratical offences, assembled at the palace of Valetta, in the Island of Malta, on Wednesday, the 26th of January, 1820, and the three following days, containing a full and correct account of the whole evidence / from notes taken in court ; to which are added, the written confessions of the prisoners produced in evidence on the said trial.
Delano, June S. : The supervisor's log : a professional's graffiti : a handbook for supervision / June S. Delano.
Delano, Stephen, 1748-1822. Miscellaneous thoughts on the doctrine of limited election. : A brief reply to a pamphlet lately published by S. Delanoe [i.e., Delano], (under the fictitious name of Candor) in favour of universalism. [electronic resource] : Entitled, Miscellaneous thoughts on the doctrine of limited election and reprobation, as it stands contrasted with Scripture and reason. / By Ariel Kendrick, Minister of the Gospel, Woodstock, Vermont. ; [Two lines from Solomon]
Delanoy, Peter. : A true and perfect narrative of the tryal and acquitment of Mr. John Satterthwayt at the assizes held at Kingston, March 13 [electronic resource] : being accused for firing the house of Mr. Peter Delanoy, dyer in Southwark / written in his own hand, in a letter to his friend in London.
Delanoy, Peter -- Early works to 1800. : A true and perfect narrative of the tryal and acquitment of Mr. John Satterthwayt [electronic resource] : at the assizes held at Kingston, March 13. Being accused for firing the house of Mr. Peter Delanoy, Dyer in Southwark· Written with his own hand, in a letter to his friend in London. Kingston, March 13. 1679.
Delany, Patrick, 1685 or 6-1768. Revelation examined with candor. : A defence of The enquiry about the lawfulness of eating blood. [electronic resource] : In Answer to The Remarks of the Apostolical Decree at Jerusalem prov'd to be still in Force. By a Prebendary of York. With some Remarks on the Defence of Revelation examin'd with Candour.