Dillon, Robert, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of Ensign Robert Dillon, of the corps commonly called the Republican Green Riflemen [electronic resource] : before a court-martial, on two several charges, first of mutiny, second of ungentlemanly & unofficerlike conduct : with the proceedings, at full length, and the speeches of counsel on summing up, viz. of Mr. Sampson on behalf of the prisoner, and Mr. Adrian Hegeman, judge advocate, in reply : on his trial the jurisdiction of courts-martial over members of Militia and volunteer corps was amply investigated, many learned authorities and grave arguments adduced, enforced by humourous remarks and illustrations.
Dillon, Theobald. : 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: 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.
Dillon, William Henry, : A narrative of my professional adventures (1790-1839) / by Sir William Henry Dillon ; edited by Michael A. Lewis.
Dillon, Wilton S., : Smithsonian stories : chronicle of a golden age, 1964-1984 / Wilton S. Dillon ; with an introduction by Robert D. Sullivan.
Dillwyn, George, : A sermon preached before the people commonly called Quakers : 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, : Two horrible and inhumane murders done in L[in]colneshire, by two husbands vpon their wiues : 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 , which fact was done and renealed in Iune Anno Dom. 1604. Thomas Cash. Iohn Dilworth.
Dilworth, Robert P. : The Dilworth theorems [electronic resource] : selected papers of Robert P. Dilworth / edited by Kenneth P. Bogart, Ralph Freese, Joseph P.S. Kung.
Dimashqī, Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn Abī Ṭālib, : Muslim-Christian polemic during the Crusades [electronic resource] : the letter from the people of Cyprus and Ibn Abī Ṭālib al-Dimashqī's response / edited by Rifaat Y. Ebied, David Thomas.