Downie, David -1794 -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The trials at large of Robert Watt and David Downie, for high treason : at the session of Oyer and Terminer, at Edinburgh, August 27th, September 3d, and September 5th, 1794. At which they were both found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged, drawn, and quartered, on the 15th of October. Taken in short-hand by an English barrister.
Downie, David -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of David Downie for high treason : before the Court, under the special Commission of Oyer and Terminer, held at Edinburgh / taken in short hand by Mr. Blanchard ; revised by the counsel on both sides, and published with permission of the Court.
Downing, Elizabeth, -1816. : The trial of Robert Sawle Donnall, surgeon and apothecary, late of Falmouth, in the county of Cornwall, for the wilful murder, by poison, of Mrs. Elizabeth Downing, widow, his mother-in-law : at the Assize at Launceston, for the county aforesaid, on Monday, March 31, 1817 : before the Honorable Sir Charles Abbott, Knt. / taken in short-hand by Alexander Frazer.
Downing, Hugh. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In equity, Francis O.J. Smith versus Hugh Downing, et als. : before the Hon. Levi Woodbury, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, U.S. and the Hon. Peleg Sprague, Judge of U.S. for District of Massachusetts / B.R. Curtiss, Charles S. Davies, Charles M. Keller, counsel for complainant ; Rufus Choate, George Gifford, Charles L. Woodbury, counsel for respondents.
Downing, John, -- Early works to 1800. : The case of Captain Downing. With the proceedings of a general court martial. And copies of letters to and from the Duke of Richmond, Sir Charles Morgan, Judge Advocate General, &c. &c. With the opinion of counsel Concerning the Legality of the Trial. By Captain John Downing, In the Royal Regiment of Artillery.
Downing, Julie. : Something about the author. Volume 148 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Downing, Mary Forester. : An essay upon divorcement : writ for the good of both sexes. Shewing the lawfulness and unlawfullness, the conveniences and inconveniences of divorces. With a peremptory conclusion upon the same. Occasion'd by the debates in the House of Lords, the 3d of this instant, upon Sir Geo. Downing and Mrs. Forester, petitioning for a divorce. Which will also be an answer to Mr. Shuttlewood's wedding sermon intitled, Marriages made in heaven. .
Downpatrick (Northern Ireland) -- Early works to 1800. : Plan of the review, near Downpatrick, July 25, 1780. The whole to be divided into Battalions of nearly 400 Men each, on the Morning of the Review,-Each Battalion to have two Stand of Colours only. The whole to be drawn up three deep, with open Ranks and fixed Bayonets, and to be on the ground by Nine O'Clock in the Morning, as the rank of the Companies, &c. are to be settled before the Review begins. - Every thing to be performed by beat of Drum.
Downs, Agnes, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1907, Henry Winters, John W. Acker, Christ Cruse, Agnes Downs, et al., appellants, v. the United States [electronic resource] : no. 158, appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit : brief for the United States.
Downs, Anthony. : Theories of collective action : Downs, Olson and Hirsch / David Reisman.
Downs, Anthony. : Information, participation, and choice : an economic theory of democracy in perspective / edited by Bernard Grofman.
Downs, Barnabas, b. 1757. : A brief and remarkable narrative of the life and extreme sufferings of Barnabas Downs, Jun. [electronic resource] : Who was among the number of those who escaped death on board the privateer brig Arnold, James Magee, commander, which was cast away near Plymouth-Harbour, in a most terrible snow-storm, December 26, 1778, when more than sixty persons were frozen to death. : --Containing also a particular account of said shipwreck.