Haynes, Olive L. C., -- Diaries. : We are here, too : the diaries and letters of Sister Olive L.C. Haynes, November 1914 to February 1918 / compiled and edited by Margaret O. Young.
Haynes, Philip, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The trial of Philip Haynes and Mary Clarke [electronic resource] : who were tried at the Lent Assizes for the county of Northampton, on the 8th of March, 1821, before the Honourable Sir John Richardson, knight, one of the justices of our Lord the King, of his Court of Common Pleas : the former for the wilful murder of John Clarke, late of Charwell House, in the parish of Charwelton, in the said county farmer on the 10th day of February last, and the latter (who was the widow of the said John Clarke) as an accessary to the said murder before the fact : together with their subsequent confession.
Haynes, Roy. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 33 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Haynes, S. J. : An honourable career - : 100 years of Haynes Robinson / Les Johnson.
Haynes, Samuel Darling, -- Pardon. : A brief summary of the evidence in the case of Samuel Darling Haynes, applicant for pardon : and a partial list of persons who advocate the pardon / [Walter B. Clarke].
Hays, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Dame Anna Dorothea Birne, widow, administratrix of the goods of Daniel Birne, Sen. deceased, and also executrix of the last will of Sir Daniel Birne, Bart. deceas'd, and Sir John Brine, Bart. an infant, by the said Dame Anna Dorothea, his mother and guardian, appellants. George Hartpole, William Wilcocks, John Hays, John M'Cullagh, Robert Wilcocks, Joseph Fade, Abel Stretiell, Elizabeth Wilcocks, Issachar Wilcocks, and others. Respondents. The appellants case.
Hays, Robert, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Robert Hays, et. al. vs. the Pennsylvania Rail Road Co., et al. [electronic resource] : affidavits on behalf of defendants, (Pennsylvania Rail Road Company) upon notice for injunction.