Harper, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Spooner and Attwoods, plaintiffs, and Osborn and Amphlet, defendants [electronic resource] : a full and accurate report of the above memorable cause, which was tried before Lord Ellenborough, and a special jury, at Guildhall, London, at the sittings after Michaelmas term, 1802 : including the speeches of counsel, examination of witnesses, &c. / from notes taken in court by a short-hand writer ; to which is added an impartial hitsory [sic] of the conduct of the parties ; the whole interspersed with observations, moral and commercial ; elucidating the dangers of partnerships, the nicety of public notice in cases of dissolutions, and other points of importance to the mercantile wold [sic] by Veritas.
Harper, Jamie. : Something about the author. Volume 174 [electronic resource] / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Harper, Jessica. : Something about the author. Volume 148 [electronic resource] : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Harper, Jo. : Something about the author. Volume 169 [electronic resource] / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Harper, John L. : Studies on plant demography : a festschrift for John L. Harper / edited by James White.
Harper, Melinda, 1965- -- Exhibitions. : Colour sensation : the works of Melinda Harper / edited by Sue Cramer ; [foreword by Kirsty Grant ; essays by Sue Cramer, Dr. Anthony White, Rebecca Mayo and Judith Pascal].
Harper, Thomas, d. 1753 -- Early works to 1800. : The trial, conviction, condemnation, confession and execution of William Smith, [electronic resource] : for poisoning his father-in-law, Thomas Harper, and William and Anne Harper his children, at Ingleby-Manor, in Yorkshire, by mixing arsenick in a Good-Friday cake, who was tried on Monday the 13th of August, at the assizes held at the castle at York, before Mr. Serjeant Eyre, and executed on Wednesday the 15th, and afterwards dissected by the Surgeons of that Place. To which is added, an account of the murder of farmer Harvey, his wife, son and daughter in the Parish of Brent, within Sixteen Miles of Plymouth, who were found murdered, on Friday the 10th of this Month.
Harper, Thomas, d. 1788? -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Thomas Harper, [electronic resource] : for shooting Thomas Briggs, of Lakenheath in the county of Suffolk ; at the Lammas assizes, holden at Bury St. Edmund's, in the said County. Before Sir William Henry Ashhurst, Knt. Containing the whole of the evidence, together with Mr. Sergeant Adair's elegant Address to the Jury on opening the Cause: and the learned Judge's Charge to the Jury. Taken in court by Mr. Hobart, Solicitor, London. .