Embezzlement -- England. : By the King and Queen, a proclamation for the preventing of the stealth and imbezilment of the Majesties stores of war.
Embezzlement -- England -- Cases -- Early works to 1800. : Fidelity suppress'd and prosecuted: or, An account of the illegal commitment and prosecution of George Everett and John Sartain : Most humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons of England, assembled in Parliament. To whom they appeal for justice.
Embezzlement -- Prevention. : Policies and procedures to prevent fraud and embezzlement : guidance, internal controls, and investigation / Edward J. McMillan.
Embezzlement -- Qu⥢ec (Province) : Correspondence, documents, evidence and proceedings in the enquiry of Messrs. Lafrenaye & Doherty, commissioners, into the office of the clerk of the crown and clerk of the peace, Montreal [electronic resource] : followed by the remarks of Messrs. Delisle & Schiller on so much of the report of the commissioners as has been allowed to transpire and the remarks of Mr. Brehaut, on the letter announcing to him the causes of his dismissal, as the whole appeared in the Montreal gazette.
Emblem books -- Belgium -- Brussels -- Catalogs. : Emblematic exhibitions (affixiones) at the Brussels Jesuit College (1630-1685) : a study of the commemorative manuscripts (Royal Library, Brussels) / Karel Portemen ; with contributions by Elly Cockx-Indestige, Dirk Sacré, Marcus de Schepper.
Emblem books -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. : Emblem books in the Princeton University Library : a short-title catalogue / compiled by William S. Heckscher and Agnes B. Sherman with the assistance of Stephen Ferguson.
Emblem books, English -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The tea-table: or, a conversation between some polite persons of both sexes, at a lady's visiting day. : Wherein are represented the various ..., and .. which form the character of an accomplish'd beau, or modern fine lady interpersed with several establishing and instructive stories. Part the second. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood..