Drändorf, Johannes, ca. 1300-1425 : Drei Inquisitions-Verfahren aus dem Jahre 1425 : Akten der Prozesse gegen die deutschen Hussiten Johannes Drändorf und Peter Turman, sowie gegen Drändorfs Diener Martin Borchard / Hrsg. und erläutert von Hermann Heimpel.
Dransfield, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Life and death of John Carpenter alias Hell Fire Jack, the noted horse stealer [electronic resource] : who was executed April 4, 1805 : also the particulars of Eliz. Barber alias Mrs. Daley hanged for murder : to which is added the trial of J. Dransfield, a young soldier belonging to the York Militia, who was hung for a rape : together with the trial of three soldiers of the foot guards for a highway robbery and other capital offenders.
Draper, Moses, d. 1714. : Verba vivifica. [electronic resource] : Some words of life, which have a singular tendency in them, if the blessing of heaven accompany them, to quicken a soul cleaving to the dust. Produced on the occasion given, in the death of some young persons, now lying in the dust. At Boston, 19d. VIIm. 1714. : [Four lines of quotation in Latin]
Draper, Simeon, 1806-1866 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the actions brought in the New York Supreme Court by Alexander Dennistoun, John Dennistoun, Alexander Dennistoun, Jr., Robert Dennistoun, James Campbell, David P. Sellar, and John Walter Cross, against Simeon Draper [electronic resource] : rule for defendant to show cause why certiorari should not be held inoperative, &c. : brief for defendant / submitted by Charles Eames, special counsel, on behalf of the United States.
Draperies -- England -- History -- 19th century. : An analysis of drapery / James Arrowsmith. & The upholsterer's accelerator / Thomas King ; a reprint of two rare 19th-century drapery manuals from the Winterthur Library with an introduction by Gail Caskey Winkler.
Draperies -- France -- Influence. : An analysis of drapery / James Arrowsmith. & The upholsterer's accelerator / Thomas King ; a reprint of two rare 19th-century drapery manuals from the Winterthur Library with an introduction by Gail Caskey Winkler.