[Farquar, Shaw,] -- Early works to 1800. : The behaviour and character of Samuel M'pherson, Malcolm M'pherson, and Farquar Shaw : the three Highland deserters; who were shot at the Tower, July the 18th, 1743. With Some Observations on the Conduct of a certain Stranger, who advised the Prisoners to wave any Defence they had, and to plead guilty. Also, A plain Narrative of the Original Institution of the Regiment, now commanded by my Lord S-. Containing an Impartial Account of the Rise and Progress of the late Mutiny in that Regiment. To which is added, The two Petitions which they sent to the Lords of the Regency, and to the Dutchess of Richmond. By the Clergyman of the Church of Scotland, who conversed with them in their own Language from the Time of their Sentence till their Execution.
Farquhar, Barbara H. : The pearl of days; or, The advantages of the Sabbath to the working classes / By a labourer's daughter. With a sketch of the author's life, by herself, and a preface by an American clergyman.
Farquhar family. : The loyall dissuasive ; and, other papers concerning the affairs of clan Chattan / by Sir Æneas Macpherson, knight of Invereshie, 1691-1705 ; edited, with notes and introduction, from the originals at Cluny castle, by the Rev. Alexander D. Murdoch.
Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707. : (By authority.) At the theatre in Baltimore, on Friday evening, the 23d of May, 1783, will be presented, a tragedy called The fair penitent. ... To which will be added, a farce, (never acted here, written by the celebrated Farquhar) called The stage-coach or, The humours of an inn. ... [electronic resource]
Farr, Evarts W. (Evarts Worcester), 1840-1880. : Memorial addresses on the life and character of Evarts W. Farr (a Representative from New Hampshire) [electronic resource] : delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, Forty-sixth Congress, third session.
Farr family. : Farr from Wales / compiled and written by Olive Moore.
Farr, James, d. 1762 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Complete Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : being Captain Charles Johnson's general history of the lives and adventures of the most famous highwaymen, murderers, street-robbers and account of the voyages and plunders of the most notorious pyrates, 1734, Captain Alexander Smith's compleat [i.e., compleate] history of the lives and robberies of the most notorious highwaymen, foot-pads, shop-lists and cheats, 1719, the Tyburn chronicle, 1768, the malefactors' register, 1796, George Borrow's celebrated trials, 1825, the Newgate calendar, by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin, 1826, Camden Pelham's Chronicles of crime, 1841, etc. / collated and edited by G.T. Crook.
Farr, Richard, -1665? : The cheating solliciter cheated : being a true and perfect relation of the life and death of Richard Farr : with an exact character of his wench, Mrs. Eleanor Chadwick : both executed at Tyburn, the 12th of April last past.
Farr -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Kent Lent Assizes, 1805 [electronic resource] : before the Honorable Mr. Justice Heath, Mr. Justice Rooke, and John Minet Fector, Esq., high sheriff, an account of all the causes tried at Maidstone, and those of any importance fully and accurately detailed : to which is added, a list of the prisoners, with the particulars of their respective offences and trials, with the sentences which they received / by a short-hand writer.
Farr, William M. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Between J. Granville Leach and Elizabeth T. Leach, his wife, plaintiffs, and William M. Farr and Mary G. Farr, his wife, Annie G. Whilldin and the Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives and Granting Annuities, defendants.