Jackson, Rowland. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : House of Lords. Rowland Jackson, Esq. - - - - plaintiff in error. John Hogan, on the several demises of Henry Wallis, John Jackson, Eleanor Jackson, and George Jackson a minor, by Henry Wallis his next friend and guardian, - - - - defendant in error. The case of the plaintiff in error.
Jackson, Samuel W., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Edward Winslow Paige, Clara K. Paige, and Samuel W. Jackson, executors of Alonzo C. Paige, deceased, appellants, vs. David Banks, Charles Banks, and A. Bleecker Banks, appellees [electronic resource] : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
School integration -- Mississippi -- Jackson. : Lines were drawn : remembering court-ordered integration at a Mississippi high school / edited by Teena Freeman Horn, Alan Huffman, and John Griffin Jones ; preface by Claiborne Barksdale.
Jackson, Scott, 1870-1896 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Mysterious murder of Pearl Bryan, or, The headless horror [electronic resource] : a full account of the mysterious murder known as the Fort Thomas tragedy, from beginning to end : full particulars of all detective and police investigations : dialogues of the interviews between Mayor Caldwell, chief Deitsch and the prisoners.
Jackson, Thomas, 1579-1640. : Truth lifting up its head above slander : in an answer to Thomas Jackson, late priest of Stoke in Sussex, his lying paper which he left in the north of England / by Francis Howgill ; whereunto is added something by way of letter from another hand to the said T.J. shewing the reasons why it is meet to publish the same at this time ... ; likewise a brief rehearsal of some remarkable passages out of E.B. his book called Satan's design defeated.
Jackson, Thomas, -- Early works to 1800. : Satans designe defeated· : In a short answer to a manuscript sent by a priest out of Sussex, to a Member of this present Parliament, full of railing accusations, whereby he hath secretly smitten the innocent, by a secret desiring the persecution of the people of God. But herein his folly and madnesse doth appear, that while he hath accused others falsely, himself is found guilty of the same thing. With invitations of love to the present authority, that they may save themselves from being the executioners of the priests malice, least the Lord destroy them. / By a friend to righteousnesse, E.B.