Gray, Alexander, d. 1780 -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Inform. Robert Grant, Esq; against Messrs Douglas, Heron and Co. creditors of Alex. Gray. (Lord Stonefield reporter.) Information for Robert Grant of Elchies, Esq; merchant in London, and Mr Alexander M[ack]enzie, writer to the Signet, his attorney, pursuers; against Messrs Douglas, Heron and Company, late bankers in Ayr, and others, creditors of the deceased Alexander Gray, writer to the Signet, defenders [electronic resource].
Gray, Charles, ca. 1695-1782. : Reasons for an augmentation of at least twelve thousand mariners, to be employed in the merchants-service, and coasting-trade [electronic resource] : with some thoughts on the means of providing for a number of our seamen, after the present war is finished; also to support a constant additional Marine-Force, in order to the cheaper and more expeditious decision of our future Quarrels; and to render Pressing necessary in a less degree. Also to promote the Benefit of Ship-Owners and Under-Writers; to extend, the Navigator of these Kingdoms, and to take care of the Poor who incline to a Sea-Life. Likewise, to make Provision for the Boys fitted out by the Marine-Society, when they shall be discharged from the King's Ships. With some Remarks on the Magdalen-House. In thirty-three letters to Charles Gray, Esq; of Colchester. By Mr. Hanway.
Gray, E. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the United States Patent Office, before the examiner of interferences, Voelker v. Gray, et al., in re., interference [electronic resource] : cases a, b, c, d, e, f, g, i, j, l, and no. 1 : subject-matter "Telephones."
Gray, Edna. : One woman's life : [microform] : The steppings of faith. Edna Gray's story.
Gray, Edward, d. 1757 -- Early works to 1800. : Charity to the distressed members of Christ accepted as done to himself, and rewarded, at the Judgement-Day, with blessedness in God's everlasting kingdom [electronic resource] : A sermon, preached the Lord's-Day after the death of Mr. Edward Gray. Who departed this life July 2nd, 1757, in the 84th year of his age. By Charles Chauncy, D.D. one of the Pastors of the First Church in Boston. [Two lines from Paul].