Diligente (Schooner) : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Diligente, Stephen Blanchard, master, Stephen Blanchard, the master, claimant of the schooner and cargo, on behalf and as the property of Messrs. John James Vaucrosson and Peter Augustus Vaucrosson, of the island of St. Bartholomew, merchants and subjects of the King of Sweden, also claimant of three hundred doubloons, or pieces of gold, each of them equal in value to sixteen dollars, on behalf of the supercargo, Anthony Watcher Vaucrosson, also of the island of St. Bartholomew, and a subject of the King of Sweden, appellants, against John Egan, commander of the private Ship of War Colpoys, the captor, respondent [electronic resource] : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Tortola : appellants' case.
Dill, Francis, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An authentic report of the Clough case taken by two note takers at the hearing in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron, the Hon. Baron Sir W.C. Smith, bart., the Hon. Baron Foster on Thursday 21, Friday 22, Thursday 28, Friday 29 and Saturday 30, April, Easter term, 1836 [electronic resource] : the evidence carefully compared with the court copy of the depositions and the extracts from the Synod of Ulster records carefully examined with the original mss., the judgment of the court, etc., etc., given in full / the whole revised by A.J. Macrory.
Dill, Leslie -- Interviews. : Goldhuber & Latsky [electronic resource] / Loisaida Arts, Inc. presents ; produced & directed by Charles Dennis.
Dillane, Charles, d. 1718. : The whole tryal and examination of Henry Dillane, a child of eight years of age, who was tryed at the King's-Bench on Friday the 23d of May 1718. for shooting his own brother, a child of seven years old, [sic] [electronic resource].
Dillane, Henry, b. 1709 or 10 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The whole tryal and examination of Henry Dillane, a child of eight years of age, who was tryed at the King's-Bench on Friday the 23d of May 1718. for shooting his own brother, a child of seven years old, [sic] [electronic resource].
Dillingen Trials Witchcraft Germany Early Works To 1800 : Vrgicht und Verzaichnuss, so Walpurga Haussmännen zu Dillingen [microform] : inn ihrer peinlichen Marter bekandt hatt, was sy für Vbels vnd Jamers mit jhrer Hexerey ... Jar, den 24. October, verbrandt vnd gericht ist worden ...