James, Darwin R. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Mars Realty Corporation and Appia Holding Corporation, plaintiffs, against James J. Sexton, Earl H. Miller, Bernard M. Patten, Thomas Kenny, John R. Crews, Hyman Turchin and George Henry Payne, as commissioners of taxes of the city of New York and constituting the Board of Taxes and Assessments of the city of New York, defendants, and Darwin R. James, Oliver Cabana, Jr., John Halkett, Louis H. Pink and Aaron Rabinowitz, constituting the Board of Housing of the state of New York, intervening defendants, before Mr. Justice John E. McGeehan, county clerk's index no. 5221/1931 [electronic resource] : brief for the attorney-general appearing pursuant to Executive Law, 測 in support of the constitutionality of the state housing law.
James, -- Early works to 1800. : A relation of the horrid injuries committed by the King of Sweden, upon the Duke of Curland : his dutches, and seven children. Together with the Dukes vindication from the Swedish calumnies.
James, E. O. (Edwin Oliver), 1888-1972. : The Saviour god : comparative studies in the concept of salvation / presented to Edwin Oliver James by colleagues and friends to commemorate his seventy-fifth birthday ; edited by S.G.F. Brandon.
James, Elizabeth, -- Early works to 1800. : Three bloodie murders : the first, committed by Francis Cartwright vpon William Storre, Mr. of Art, minister and preacher at Market Raisin in the countie of Lincolne. The second, committed by Elizabeth Iames, on the body of her mayde, in the parish of Egham in Surrie: who was condemned for the same fact at Saint Margarets hill in Southwark, the 2. of Iuly 1613. and lieth in the White Lion till her deliuerie: discouered by a dombe mayde, and a dogge. The third, committed vpon a stranger, very lately neere High-gate foure miles from London: very strangely found out by a dogge also, the 2. of Iuly. 1613.
James Elliott and Co. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : No. 1353, R.B. Henry Co., et al., appellants, vs. the United States, appellee, no. 1355, James Elliott & Co., et al., appellants, vs. the United States, appellee, no. 1391, the United States, appellant, vs. J. Wile Sons & Co., appellees [electronic resource] : transcript of record on appeal from the Board of United States General Appraisers.
James, Elmore, 1918-1963. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 8 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Julia M. Rubiner, editor.
For works of this author entered under other names, search also under: Harris, Jesse, 1961-James, Emily, 1961-