FitzGerald, Mary -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the celebrated trial in the Court of King's Bench [electronic resource] : before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, wherein Mary Fitzgerald, was plaintiff and the Rev. Thomas Hawkesworth, defendant for breach of marriage contract : damages laid at 尰0 / taken in short hand by an Eminent reporter.
Fitzgerald, -- Early works to 1800. : The triumph of prudence over passion : or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald. By the authoress of Emeline. In two volumes...
Fitzgerald, : An account of a conference between His Grace George late Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitz-Gerald : an Irish priest: Whom King James II. sent to His Grace in his Sickness, to endeavour to pervent him to the Popish Perswasion. Faithfully taken by one of his domesticks.
Fitzgerald, Patrick -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Roman-Dutch law as administered in South Africa [electronic resource] : judgment of Kotz鬠J.P., and Graham, J., in the eastern districts division of the Supreme Court of the Union of South Africa, in the case of Fitzgerald v. Green, 8th Dec., 1911 : with an introductory note / by W.R. Bisschop, LL. D.
Fitzgerald, Robert, -1781, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Robert Fitzgerald, Esquire, and Lucy his wife, late Lucy Leslie, apellants. The Reverend James Leslie, Doctor in divinity, William Crosbie, Pierce Crosbie, John Blennerhasset, and Ann his wife, Robert Leslie, John Goodman, Hannah Goodman, William Connor, Daniel Connor, John Lap, Augustus Carie, Thomas Weeks, Joseph Bennet, and Elizabeth his wife. - - - respondents. The case of the respondent Doctor James Leslie.