Douglas, Helen, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : [In] the House of Lords. Mrs. Helen Douglas, otherwise Baillie, the wife of James Baillie of Olivebank Esquire, and the said James Baillie, for his interest, - - - - - appellants. Mrs. Elizabeth Chalmers, otherwise Scott, widow and relict of Archibald Scott, late surgeon in Musselburgh, - - - respondents. The respondent's case.
Douglas, Henry Kyd, 1838-1903. : I rode with Stonewall : being chiefly the war experiences of the youngest member of Jackson's staff from the John Brownraid to the hanging of Mrs. Surratt / by Henry Kyd Douglas ; with an introduction by Philip Van Doren Stern.
Douglas Heron and Co. : Letter to the partners of Mess. Douglas : Heron, and Company. In answer to a letter addressed to them, of 12th March 1779, under the signature of John Fordyce. From a fellow-partner.
Home, John, 1722-1808. -- Early works to 1800. : Remarks on Boswell's life of Johnson : Including the real history of the gold medal, given to the author of the tragedy of Douglas. By Edward-Athenry Whyte, editor of whyte's poems, and lecturer in natural philosophy at the English-grammar and classic school, No. 75, Grafton-Street.
Douglas, House of -- History. : The history of the houses of Douglas and Angus : wherein are discovered the most memorable passages of the Kingdom of Scotland from the yeer 767, to the reign of our late Soveraign Lord King James the Sixth / written by Master Daivd Hume ...
Douglas, Jane, 1698-1753. -- Correspondence. : Letters of the Right Honourable Lady Jane Douglas : to her husband Sir John Stewart, Bart. Collected, arranged, and illustrated with Notes. With an introductory preface, extracted from her case drawn up by Alexander Lockhart, Esquire, Dean of the Faculty of Advocates. To which are subjoined, the dying declarations of Lady Jane Douglas, Sir John Stewart, and thei attendant Mrs. Helen Hewit.
Douglas, Jane, 1698-1753. -- Correspondence -- Early works to 1800. : Letters of the Right Honourable Lady Jane Douglas : with several other important pieces of private correspondence from all which The Characters of That celebrated lady, and of Her Husband Sir John Stewart, will appear in a light Hitherto not sufficiently known to the World. The Whole drawn from the most Authentic Sources, collected, arranged, and illustrated with notes. Together with an introductory preface, Giving some Account of Lady Jane Douglas; Partly taken from a Case drawn up by Alexander Lockhart Esquire, Dean of the Faculty of Advocates. To which are subjoined, the dying declarations Of Lady Jane Douglas, Sir John Stewart, and their Attendant Mrs. Helen Hewit, Which have been much insisted on in Behalf of Archibald Douglas Esq. With a Cool and Candid Inquiry how far such Declarations should weigh with the rational Part of Mankind.