Hawkins, Jacob, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Opinion of the Supreme Court of Arkansas [electronic resource] : at December term, A.D., 1866 : Jacob Hawkins, plaintiff in error from Pulaski County, vs. Lemuel M. Filkins, defendant.
Hawkins, Jacqui. : Something about the author. Volume 162 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Maikue Vang, project editor.
Hawkins, James, active 1723. -- Correspondence -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Reynolds, wherein the letters referr'd to in his Narrative, in answer to the Reverend Mr. Simon Browne, are inserted at large. Many Mistakes, concerning the Causes of the Reverend Mr. James Read's Ejectment, are rectified; And The whole of that unhappy Difference set in a clearer Light. By James Hawkins.
Hawkins, John, 1761-1841 -- Correspondence. : Collecting the New, Rare and Curious [electronic resource] : Letters Selected from the Correspondence of the Cornish Mineralogists Philip Rashleigh, John Hawkins and William Gregor, 1755-1822.
Hawkins, John, active 1635. : Cocker's decimal arithmetick : ... Composed by Edward Cocker, .. Perused, corrected and published by John Hawkins, ...
Hawkins, John, d. 1722 -- Early works to 1800. : A full and impartial account of all the robberies committed by John Hawkins, George Sympson (lately executed for robbing the Bristol mails) and their companions [electronic resource] : particularly the robbing of general Evans on Putney-Common where his man was killed the robbing the Bristol, Worcester, Oxford, Bath, Gloucester, Ipswich, Bury, &c., stage-coaches as also the Earl of Burlington and Lord Bruce : with the case of Butler Fox who was executed for robbing Colonel Archibald Hamilton and the robberies of the Earl of Westmoreland and others in the streets in and about London and remarks on the tryal of the above persons : with an account of Hawkins's defacing several pictures in the Bodleian Library at Oxford : with a proposed project of robbing the Harwhich mail / written by Ralph Wilson.
Hawkins, John, 1532-1595. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : The trumpet o[f] fame: or Sir Fraunces Drakes and Sir Iohn Hawkins f[are]well : with an encouragement to all saile[rs] and souldiers that are minded to go in this worthie enterprise. VVith the names of many ships, and what they h[aue] done against our foes. Written by H.R.
Hawkins, Joseph, 1772- -- Portraits. : A history of a voyage to the coast of Africa, and travels into the interior of that country : containing particular descriptions of the climate and inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the slave trade. By Joseph Hawkins, of New York, who has since become blind; and for whose benefit it is now published by his friends.
Hawkins, L. R., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The people of the state of New York, plaintiff-respondent, vs. the F.H. Smith Company, the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., Henry Cabell Maddux, as president, L.R. Hawkins, as vice-president and Theophilus Barrow, as secretary and treasurer of the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., defendants-appellants [electronic resource] : record on appeal.
Hawkins, La-Van. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 54 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Hawkins, Martha. : Finding Martha's Place : my journey through sin, salvation, and lots of soul food / Martha Hawkins ; with Marcus Brotherton.
Hawkins, Martha -- Philosophy. : Finding Martha's Place : my journey through sin, salvation, and lots of soul food / Martha Hawkins ; with Marcus Brotherton.
Hawkins, Mary, active 18th century -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of a case decided on Saturday the 16th of November 1793, in the General Court of Virginia wherein Peter Kamper was plaintiff, against Mary Hawkins, defendant, on a question adjourned from the District Court of Dumfries, for novelty and difficulty, touching the constitutionality of an act of assembly : together with arguments and opinions of the respective judges at large and the order of the court thereon / by a gentleman of the bar.
Hawkins, Robert, active 17th century-18th century. : The case of John Atherton, Bishop of Waterford in Ireland: fairly represented. : Against a late partial edition of Dr. Barnard's relation, and sermon at his funeral. With Some Remarks on the Title Page, the Additional Preface, and a Scandalous and Immodest Advertisement lately set forth in a Publick Paper; whereby the said Bishop's Case is Misrepresented, and the Episcopal Order Aspersed. With a Brief Account of A Conspiracy against the Life of Mr Robert Hawkins, Minister of Chilton, Bucks, Tryed before Sir Matthew Hale. Also of the Plot of Robert Young, and Stephen Blackhead, against the Bishop of Rochester.
Hawkins, Robert, active 17th century-18th century. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The perjur'd phanatick, or, The malicious conspiracy of Sr. John Croke of Chilton, Henry Larimore and other phanaticks against the life of Robert Hawkins, clerk, and late minister of Chilton, occasioned by his suit for tiths : discovered in a tryal at Alisbury before the Right Honourable Sir Matthew Hale, then Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and Lord Chief Justice of England.