Emerson String Quartet. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 33 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Emerson -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the case Kittredge vs. Emerson [electronic resource] : decided in the Superior Court of Judicature, held in the First Judicial District of New-Hampshire, July Term, 1844.
Emerson, William, 1701-1782. : The art of surveying, or measuring land. : Containing, I. The work to be perform'd in the field, as taking all necessary Dimensions and Measures. II. Concerning protracting, reducing, Casting up, and Dividing. III. Measuring inaccessible heights, and distances.
Emerson, William, -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to a Quakers seventeen heads of queries, containing in them seventy-seven questions. : Wherein sundry scriptures out of the prophets and apostles are cleared: the maintenance of ministers by tithes is by scripture fullly vindicated: several cases of conscience are resolved: several points of Christian religion are confirmed; parochial churches, and the practises of some things in these our English churches are throughly justified: the Grand Antichrist with the heretical antichrists are decyphered and parallelled. / By John Bewick minister of the Gospel, and rector of the parish church of Stanhop in Weredale in the county of Durham.
Emeruwa, Bond. : Welcome to Nollywood / produced by Henry S. Rosenthal and Cayce Lindner, in association with Infinity Films Nigeria and The National Black Programming Consortium ; directed by Jamie Meltzer.
Emery, James A. (James Augustan), 1876-1955. : A defense of the American system of government [electronic resource] : being an answer to an examination of the pending child labor amendment by Mr. James A. Emery, general counsel of the National Association of Manufacturers / by Wiley H. Swift.
Emery, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Revenge against murder, seduction & adultery, exemplified in the trial and execution of James Emery [electronic resource] : for poisoning Sarah King, on the 29th of May, 1821 : William Akers for murdering Patience Ellis, the 19th of June, 1821 : Ann Barber, for poisoning her husband, on the 16th of March, 1821 : Reuben Collins, for administering poisonous drugs, &c. to Hannah Stammers, who was pregnant by him.