Harison, Francis. : The vindication. [electronic resource] : Of James Alexander, one of His Majesty's Council for the province of New-York, and of William Smith, attorney at law, from the matters charged and suggested against them in two pamphlets lately published. The one a paper addressed to the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New-York, by the Honourable Francis Harrison, Esq; one of His Majestys Council, for the province of New-York. The other a report of the committee of His Majesty's Council, to whom it was referred to examine and make inquiry touching a letter found in the house of Mr. Alexander, in New-York on Fryday the 1st day of February, 1732-3, in order to make the fullest discovery concerning the author of the same. : To which is added a supplement containing a brief account of the case of William Trusdell, plaintiff, against the Honourable Francis Harison, Esq; defendant, for arresting and imprisoning the plaintiff and keeping him 9 weeks in prison, at the suit of Joseph Weldon ...
Harive, George -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of jury cause [electronic resource] : Gilmour v. Gilmour's trustees, &c. : tried at Glasgow, before Lord Robertson and a special jury, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th October, 1852 / taken in shorthand.
Harker, Samuel, d. 1768. : The Synod of New-York and Philadelphia vindicated. [electronic resource] : In a reply to Mr. Samuel Harker's Appeal to the Christian world. / By a member of the synod. ; [Two lines from Galatians]
Harker, Samuel, d. 1768. : An Answer to part of a book put forth by Samuel Harker, of Roxbury, in East-Jersey, a Presbyterian minister, entitled, Presdestination, &c. [electronic resource] : Wherein some people called Quaker-Baptists, are cleared from the aspersions thrown on them, in the said book, in relation to the keeping of the first day of the week as a Sabbath. / By some of the said people.