Dillon Théobald. : Loix du 31 mai 1792, l'an quatrième de la liberté : 1. Relative aux formalités prescrites pour l'acquittement des appointements & frais de bureaux qui se payent à la Trésorerie nationale : 2.[Du 9 juin 1792 ...] Portant que Théobald Dillon & Pierre-François Berthois sont morts ayant bien mérité de la patrie.
Dillon, Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial of the persons charged with burning the convent in the town of Charlestown, (Mass.) [electronic resource] : before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at East Cambridge on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1834.
Dillon, William. : Truth brought to light, or, The last words of a dying-man: [electronic resource] : being the speech of William Dillon Esquire, executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662, for the death of J. Web, lately killed in a frey in Long-Acre.
Dillwyn, George, 1738-1820. : A sermon preached before the people commonly called Quakers, [electronic resource] : at the Borough New Market, on the Lord's-Day Evening, July 31st. 1796; With the Prayer before the Sermon; By Mr. William Savery, of North America: taken in short-hand by Job Sibly. .
Dilworth, John, d. 1604. : Two horrible and inhumane murders done in L[in]colneshire, by two husbands vpon their wiues [electronic resource] : the o[ne] strangled his wife in her sicknesse fiue and twenty yeares since, and not reuealed til Nouember last: the other hauing killed his wife, made a great fire, and burnther [sic], which fact was done and renealed [sic] in Iune Anno Dom. 1604. Thomas Cash. Iohn Dilworth.