Forbes, John, -1704. : A vindication of Duncan Liddel, and his son George Liddel : the on professor of the mathematicks, and the other a student of philosophie, and John Forbes, printer to the university and town of Aberdeen by way of answer of a scourrilous ryme sent from Edinburgh. To the tune of, The gentlemans mear is behind.
Forbes, John. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The judgment of the Court of Demerara, in the case of Odwin v. Forbes : on the plea of the English certificate of bankruptcy in bar, in a foreign jurisdiction, to the suit of a foreign creditor, as confirmed in appeal, with the authorities, and foreign and English cases : to which is prefixed a treatise on the difference between personal and real statutes, and its effect on foreign judgments and contracts, marriages and wills ; with an appendix on the present law of France respecting foreigners / by J. Henry.
Forbes, Lydia, 1756-1762. : The support of pious parents under the bereavement of promising children. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached after the sudden death of an amiable daughter, of about five years of age; on February 8th, 1762. / By her afflicted father, Eli Forbes, A.M. and Pastor of the Second Church at Brookfield. ; And now made public at the desire of the friends of the afflicted living, and the lamented dead, and others, who had been call'd to drink of the same cup. ; [Five lines of quotations]
Forbes, Mary, -1656. -- Early works to 1800. : Natures goodnight. Or, A sermon preached in the parish-church of Bovitracy in Devon, at the funerall of the vertuous and godly Mrs. Mary Forbes, the great loss and sorrow of the neighbour-hood. By Fra: Moore, curate of soules at Highweek.
Forbes, Robert, -1818? : A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children : during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. (Taken partly from their own mouths, and partly from an imperfect journal; and published at their request.) By Arthur Bradman.
Forbes, Simon, d. 1800. : A sermon, delivered at Upton, August 8th, 1800. [electronic resource] : Occasioned by the deaths of Simon Forbes, and Abner his son, who died at Havannah, in the months of May, and June 1800. / By Benjamin Wood, A.M. Pastor of a church in Upton. ; Published by the desire of the hearers.
Forbes, W. Cameron (William Cameron), 1870-1959, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : W. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Chuoco Tiaco (alias) Choa Tea, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6157, W. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Gan Tico, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6158, W. Cameron Forbes, et al., plaintiffs, vs. Sy Chan, et al., defendants, R.G. no. 6159 [electronic resource] : brief of plaintiffs.
Forbes, William, : A few remarks by William Forbes advocat, on a scurrilous, erroneous, and pedantick pamphlet, entituled, Some charitable observations on his late Treatise of Church-Lands and tithes; by the author of The reformed bishop, under the Vizard of a Moderat Son of the Church of England. Nugae in ore Sacerdotis, Blasphemiae.
Forbes, William, approximately 1688-1745. : Some just reflexions on a nonsensical and scurrill pasquill, against the Parson of Banchory, penned by a brainsick bigott, named William Forbes Advocat. : Which animadversions are briefly contained in this answer, to a missive letter from a friend at south..