Eiximenis, Francesc, approximately 1340-approximately 1409. -- Early works to 1800. : Two dialogues in the Elysian fields, beetween Cardinal Wolsey, and Cardinal Ximenes : The first prime minister of England, and the other of Spain. Interspersed with critical remarks and observations. To which are added, historical accounts of Wolsey's two colleges, and the town of Ipswich. Adorned with curious copper plates. By Mr. Grove, of Richmond.
Eizat, Edward, : Tarrugo unmasked, or an Answer to a late pamphlet intituled, Apollo mathematicus : by George Hepburn, M.D., and member of the Colledge of Phisicians at Edinburgh ... To which is added by Doctor Pitcairne, The theory of the internal diseases of the eye demonstrated mathematically.
Eizat, Edward, : A Modest examination of a late pamphlet entituled, Apollo mathematicus.
Ejectment -- Alabama -- Mobile. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1904, no., the Mobile Transportation Company, appellant-petitioner, vs. the city of Mobile, et. al., appellee-respondents [electronic resource] : petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Ejectment -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The whole proceedings in the trial of an ejectment between Richard Goodright, on the demise of Mary Done, widow, against David Ackerley, gentleman [electronic resource] : at the Portmote Court of the city of Chester, on Monday the twenty-seventh and Tuesday the twenty-eighth days of August, 1797 : before the worshipful Thomas Edwards, Esquire, mayor and Thomas Cowper, Esquire, then assistant to Robert Townsend, Esquire, recorder of the said city and a special jury counsel for the plaintiff, Mr. Bearcroft, Mr. Bower, and Mr. Manley : counsel for the defendant, Mr. Erskine, Mr. Leycester, Mr. Richards, Mr. Topping, and Mr. Abbott : attorney for the plaintiff, Mr. Wilbraham, of Chester : attornies for the defendant, Messrs. Potts and Leeke, of Chester / taken in short-hand by Mr. Joseph Gurney, from London on the behalf of Mrs. Done.
Ejectment -- England -- Lancaster. : Lancaster Assizes, 21st August, 1833, before Mr. Baron Bolland & a special jury, John Doe on the demise of Robert Millington and William Milnes Millington against Edmund Peel Thomson and Thomas Hunter, assignees of James Hudson, a bankrupt [electronic resource].
Ejectment -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : A plain historical account of the tryal between the Honourable James Annesley, Esq., plaintiff (who was banish'd into America by his cruel uncle, where he remain'd many years in slavery), and the Right Honourable the Earl of Anglesea, defendant [electronic resource] : in which the councils pleadings on both sides are entirely preserved, with the evidence of the most material witnesses easily digested the law terms [where] Latin or French explain'd and the whole free from the burthen of tedious and trisling circumstances which too often attend larger accounts.
Ejectment -- England -- Northumberland. : Thomas Baumgardner vs. the Big Mountain Improvement Company, and William P. Jenks, president, and Charles W. Trotter, William A. Atlee, Thomas Shipley, and D. Clark Wharton, directors of said company [electronic resource] : S.C. in equity, July term, 1862, no. 4 : appeal from the Supreme Court at Nisi Prius.