Gillespie, Elizabeth D., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Court of Common Pleas no. 4, of Philadelphia County, September term, 1892, no. 954, in equity, Elizabeth D. Gillespie, administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a. of the estates of Benjamin Franklin and Richard Bache vs. the city of Philadelphia, the Board of city trusts, Edwin S. Stuart, et al. [electronic resource] : argument sur demurrer : brief of argument on behalf of plaintiff.
Gillespie, Elizabeth Honyman -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the jury trial in the action of declarator, &c., at the instance of Mr. & Mrs. Gillespie, of Torbanehill against Messrs. James Russel & Son, coalmasters, Falkirk [electronic resource] : (tried at Edinburgh before the Lord President and a jury, on the 29th and 30th July, and 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th August 1853) / reported by Mr. J. Irvine Smith ; with an appendix.
Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. : Nil probas: or a discovery of the extreame vnsatisfactorinesse, in a piece of Mr Gilespie's, one of the Scotch commissioners, lately published; called Aarons rod budding. : Endeavouring to prove, that the Jewes had an ecclesiasticall Sanhedrin and government distinct from the civill in the three first chapters. Published by authority.
Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. -- Early works to 1800. : A plea for Christian magistracie: or, An answer to some passages in Mr. Gillespies sermon, against Mr. Coleman. : As also to the brotherly examination of some passages of Mr. Colemans late printed sermon, upon Job 11.20. In which the reverend and learned commissioner affirmeth, he hath endeavoured to strike at the root of all church government. VVherein the argumentative part of the controversie is calmely and mildly, without any personall reflections, prosecuted. / By William Hussey, minister of the Gospell, at Chesilhurst in Kent.
Gillespie, George, 1613-1648. : Male dicis maledicis. Or A brief reply to Nihil respondens. : Also, the Brief view, briefly viewed. Being animadversions upon a namelesse authour in a book, called, A brief view of Mr. Coleman his nevv model. / By Thomas Coleman preacher of the Word at Peters Cornhil.
Gillespie, Harriet E., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Robert Seaman and Edward G. Jewett, as executors under the last will and testament of Harriet E. Gillespie, deceased, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants [electronic resource] : case on appeal.
Gillespie, Hollis. : Bleachy-haired honky bitch : tales from a bad neighborhood / Hollis Gillespie.
Gillespie, Patrick -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Patrick Gillespie, John Smith and Donaghy, plaintiffs in error, vs. Charles W. Goddard, defendant in error : S. C., July T. 1852, no. 1 : writ of error to the District Court for the City and County of Philadelphia, Dec. term, 1850, no. 152 : paper book of plaintiffs in error.
Gillespie, Wayne. : Wayne Gillespie, Architect : the man and his style / Babara Wenzel with Sandy Deives ; photography: John Hay.
Gillespie, William Honyman, 1808-1875 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the jury trial in the action of declarator, &c., at the instance of Mr. & Mrs. Gillespie, of Torbanehill against Messrs. James Russel & Son, coalmasters, Falkirk [electronic resource] : (tried at Edinburgh before the Lord President and a jury, on the 29th and 30th July, and 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th August 1853) / reported by Mr. J. Irvine Smith ; with an appendix.
Gillet, Ashbel. : An answer to Mr. Ashbel Gillet's letter: [electronic resource] : Elder of the Baptist Church in Wintonbury. / By Ezra Griswold, a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America. ; [Two lines of verse] ; In this letter the Protestant Episcopal Church is sufficiently vindicated against all the assaults of devils, papists, deists, and dissenters of every denomination; or all imposters whatsoever. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]
Gillet, Eliphalet, 1768-1848. : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Eliphalet Gillett, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral charge of the church in the South Parish in Hallowell, (District of Maine) August 12th, 1795. / By Chandler Robbins, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Plymouth.