Dunlap, John, 1747-1812. : To the public. [electronic resource] : In the course of a few days I shall lay before you some very interesting facts and materials, by which you will be able to distinguish between those who serve you and those who seek to deceive you. ...
Dunlap, Thomas, approximately 1792-1864. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the estate of Charles F. Sibbald, sur account of Joseph R. Ingersoll and Thomas Dunlap, esqs., trustees : Dec. term, 1850, nos. 43, 44 and 60 : paper book of J.T. Gilchrist, Jacob Levering, and Geo. V. Bacon, assignee of M. Ralston, appellants from the decree of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia.
Dunlap, William, 1766-1839. : By authority. By the Old American Company. [electronic resource] : This present evening, Friday, October 29, 1790 ... will be presented, a comedy, (never performed here) written by a citizen of the United States, called The father: or, American shandyism. ... To which will be added ... The critic: or, A tragedy rehears'd. ...
Dunlape, Margaret. : All the proceedings at the sessions of the peace holden at Westminster : on the 20. day of Iune, 1651. against Thomas Tydford, Elizabeth Sorrell the elder, Margaret Dunlape, Anne Burley, Frances Bedwell, Elizabeth Sorrell the yonger, and Thomas Kearby. Together, with their severall examinations and behaviours before the justices, and the petition of six of them, as also their recantation; with the sentence and punishment of Thomas Kearby, for his blasphemous impiety, and wilfull obstinacy. To which is added a postscript, to deterre all men to avoyd such horrid blasphemies. This is perused (and thought fit to be published) by divers of the justices of the peace within the city and liberty of Westminster, for the satisfaction of the publique. July 22. 1651. E.H.
Dunlop, Alan. : GM+AD : curious rationalism / edited by Penny Lewis ; introduction by Hugh Pearman.
Dunlop, Carol -- Travel -- France. : Autonauts of the cosmoroute : a timeless voyage from Paris to Marseilles / Julio Cortázar, Carol Dunlop ; translated by Anne McLean ; with drawings by Stéphane Hébert.
Dunlop, Durham -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Rebel Press of Ireland, as exemplified by the proceedings of an extraordinary libel action, tried at the Kilkenny Spring Assizes, 1859, before Mr. Justice Hayes and a special jury [electronic resource].
Dunlop, James, 1793- : Thir Notandums, being the literary recreations of Laird Canticarl of Mongrynen : To which is appended a biographical sketch of James Dunlop / John Service.
Dunlop, James -- Early works to 1800. : Lord Pitfour reporter. April 26. 1766. Information for John Carlile and James Dunlop, merchants in Glasgow, defenders; against Malcolm Hamilton and Company, merchants in London, pursuers.
Dunlop, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Reports of proceedings in the actions, the Western Bank Liquidators v. Western Bank Directors, Inglis (a shareholder) v. Western Bank Directors, and the Western Bank v. Ayrshire Banking Company [electronic resource] / reported by James S. Milne, Norman Macpherson, Charles J. Shirreff, and Robert Lee.
Dunlop, John, 1789-1868. : The structure of monetarism / Thomas Mayer, with contributions by Martin Bronfenbrenner ... [et al.].
Dunlop, William, 1692-1720. : A defence of the scripture, as the only standard of faith. : In answer to a preface, first publish'd at Edinburgh, before a collection of confessions; and since publish'd by it self at London. In which the prefacer's account of the ends and uses of creeds and confessions of faith is examin'd; and what is said of their justice, reasonableness, and necessity, as a publick standard of orthodoxy, is fully considered. By the author of the occasional paper.