Governors -- Massachusetts -- Sermons. : A sermon, preached at Cambridge, the Lord's Day after the interment of His Excellency Increase Sumner, Esquire : governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, who died June 7, 1799, aetat. 53. By Abiel Holmes, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge.
Governors -- Mexico -- Biography. : State governors in the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1952 [electronic resource] : portraits in conflict, courage, and corruption / edited by Jürgen Buchenau and William H. Beezley.
Governors -- Mexico -- States. : Decreto por el que se reforma el párrafo quinto de la fracción I del artículo 116 de la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos.
Governors -- Michigan -- Speeches in Congress. : Defence of General Cass [electronic resource] : speech of Hon. R. McClelland of Michigan, in the House of Representatives, Saturday, July 1, 1848, on the Civil and diplomatic appropriation bill.
Governors -- New South Wales : Viceregal quarters : an account of the various residences of the governors of New South Wales from 1788 until the present day / by Rollo Gillespie ; with a foreword by His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Roden Cutler.
Governors -- New Spain -- Biography. : Don Luis und die Frauen Carvajal : atlantische Welten in der Frühen Neuzeit : ein Beitrag zur sefardisch-christlichen Gender-und Kulturgeschichte (Spanien, Portugal, Kapverdische Inseln, koloniales Mexiko) / Dagmar Bechtloff.
Governors -- New York (State) : Proceedings of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, the people of the state of New York by the assembly thereof against William Sulzer, as governor [electronic resource] : held at the capitol in the city of Albany, New York, September 18, 1913, to October 17, 1913.
Governors -- New York (State) -- Messages. : Messages from the governors : comprising executive communications to the Legislature and other papers relating to legislation from organization of the first colonial Assembly in 1683 to and including the year 1906, with notes / edited by Charles Z. Lincoln.