Impostors and imposture -- New England. : A warning to the flocks against wolves in sheeps cloathing. Or, A faithful advice, [electronic resource] : from several ministers of the Gospel, in and near Boston, unto the churches of New-England, relating to the dangers that may arise from impostors, pretending to be ministers. : With a brief history of some impostors, remarkably and seasonably detected written, by one of the ministers in Boston, to assert that advice, and prevent future mischiefs. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Impostors and imposture -- New York (State) -- New York. : A full and accurate report of the judicial proceedings in the extraordinary and highly interesting case of Matthews, alias Matthias [electronic resource] : charged with having swindled Mr. B.H. Folger, of the city of New-York, out of considerable property : with the speeches of counsel and opinion of the court on the motion of the District Attorney that a Nolle Prosequi be entered in the case : also a sketch of the imposter's character and a detailed history of his career as a "Prophet" together with many other particulars which have not hitherto been published / by W.E. Drake.
Impostors and imposture -- New Zealand -- Biography. : The adventures of Amy Bock : the sensational exploits of a clever adventuress, who recently concluded a career of over 20 years of crime by masquerading as a man, and marrying a Port Molyneux girl / [by R.W. Robson].
Impotence -- Diagnosis. : Diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction / prepared for Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ; prepared by University of Ottawa Evidence-based Practice Center ; investigators Alexander Tsertsvadze [and others].
Impotence -- Early works to 1900. : The functions and disorders of the reproductive organs [microform] : in youth, in adult age, and in advanced life. Considered in their physiological, social, and psychological relations. By William Acton, late surgeon to the Islington Dispensary, and formerly externe to the venereal hospitals, Paris. Reprinted from the third edition of his Practical treatise on diseases of the urinary and generative organs.
Impotence -- England -- Canterbury -- Early works to 1800. : The proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury, in a cause between the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Weld, daughter to the Lord Aston, and Edward Weld Esq., her husband [electronic resource] : containing, I. Her libel exhibited against him for impotency : II. Her answer and replication : III. Certificates of Ambrose Dickens Esq., His Majesty's serjeant-surgeon, Mr. Williams, and several other surgeons, who examin'd Mr. Weld and also of three midwives who examin'd Mrs. Weld : IV. Copies of the depositions of several noble persons, relating to this cause : V. The sentence pronounced : to which is prefixed a preface.
Impotence -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The case of impotency as debated in England, [electronic resource] : in that remarkable tryal an. 1613. between Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, who, after eight years marriage, commenc'd a suit against him for impotency. Containing I. The whole Proceedings, and Debates on both Sides. II. The Report of the Seven Matrons appointed to search the Countess. III. The Intrigue between Her and the Earl of Somerset, who after the Divorce married Her. IV. A Detection of some Politicks in the Court of King James the First. Written by George Abbot, D. D. Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. In two volumes.
Impotence -- England -- London. : In the House of Lords, between Mansfield, falsely called Cuno - appellant and Cuno (a pauper) - respondent [electronic resource] : respondent's case.
Impotence -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The whole of the proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury, in a cause between the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Weld, daughter to the Lord Aston and Edward Weld Esquire, her husband [electronic resource] : containing, I. Her libel exhibited against him for impotency : II. Her answer and replication : III. Certificates of Ambrose Dickens Esq., His Majesty's serjeant-surgeon, Mr. Williams and several other surgeons who examin'd Mr. Weld and also of three midwives who examin'd Mrs. Weld : IV. Copies of the depositions of several noble persons, relating to this cause : V. The sentence pronounced by the worshipful Dr. Bettesworth, Feb. 15, 1731 : to which is prefixed, a preface by the author of the Tryal of F. Girard and Miss. Cadiere.