Harleston, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of the officers and crew of the Schooner Savannah, on the charge of piracy [electronic resource] : United States Circuit Court, Southern District of New York, Wednesday, Oct., 23 1861 : the United States against Thomas Harrison Baker, Charles Sydney Passalaigue, John Harleston, Joseph Cruse Del Carno, Patrick Daly, John Murphy, Martin Galvin, Henry Cashman Howard, Henry Oman, William Charles Clarke, Richard Palmer, Alexander Carter Coid, Albert G. Ferris.
Harley-Davidson Incorporated. : Ultimate factories / NGHT, Inc. ; produced by Michael Hoff Productions, Inc. for National Geographic Channel ; Victoria Kirk, producer ; Eric Anderson, Victoria Kirk, writers.
Harley-Davidson motorcycle. : Ultimate factories / NGHT, Inc. ; produced by Michael Hoff Productions, Inc. for National Geographic Channel ; Victoria Kirk, producer ; Eric Anderson, Victoria Kirk, writers.
Harley family. -- Early works to 1800. : An impartial character of the noble family of the Most Honourable the Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain Sir Robert Harley grand-father, formerly Governer of Dunkirk. Written by Francis Hoffman, gent.
Harley, Robert, 1579-1656. -- Early works to 1800. : [Hebrew] A religious treatise upon Simeons song; or, instructions advertising how to live holily, and dye happily : Composed at first for the use of the truly pious Sir Robert Harley, knight of the honourable order of the Bath But since published by Timothy Woodroffe, B.D. pastor to the church at Kingsland, in Herefordshire.
Harley, Thomas, 1730-1804. -- Early works to 1800. : A letter to the Right Hon. Thomas Harley, Esq : Lord-Mayor of the City of London, and One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. To which is added, a serious expostulation with the Livery, on their late conduct, towards John Wilkes, Esq; during the election of the four city members. By an alderman of London.
Harley, William B. -- Impeachment. : Trial of the impeachment of John McCutcheon, formerly comptroller of the Treasury of the state of New Jersey and William B. Harley, Jr., formerly judge of the Court of Common Pleas, County of Passaic, New Jersey.
Harling, William, 1770-1797. : The Lives, and extraordinary adventures of Burton Wood and Will. Harling, who were executed upon Kennington-Common, on Monday, August 21. : Also, the copies of two letters written by Wood and Harling; the first was sent by Wood to Richard Carpenter Smith, Esq. of the Borough; that of Harling was-sent to a friend on the morning of his execution, now first made public.