James 1633-1701. : The King's reasons (with some reflections upon them) for withdrawing himself from Rochester / written with his own hand (or rather, copied from his own speech after the bawdy affidavit) and ordered by him to be published (by Henry Hills, but that he was out of the way).
James 1633-1701. : Reasons why the Parliament of Scotland cannot comply with the late K. James's proclamation : sent lately to that kingdom, and prosecuted by the late Viscount Dundee : containing an answer to every paragraph of the said proclamation, and vindicating the said Parliament their present proceedings against him : published by authority.
James 1633-1701 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A brief narrative of the case between His Royal Highness James duke of York, lord of the mannor of Richmond aliàs West-sheen, in the county of Surry; : George Carew esq; one of the customary tenants of the said manor, and Sir James Butler, mortgagee upon a conditional surrender, and others concerned in the said case.
James 1685-1688 -- Early works to 1800. : Prince Charles proclaimed King : and landed in Jersey with the Duke of York, and a list of the Lords, Knights and gentlemen of quallity arrived there with His Hignes, and His design touching the west of England. Also His entertainment by the Lord Jermane who is made governour of the Island, with the Lord Hopton and 300. other persons of note, that were convoyed by a statesmen of warre with the Duke of Yorks declaration touching his brother the declared King. And his Highnesses message to the King of France, and a present of one hundred thousand crownes sent him by the Cardinall.
James 1451-1488. : City, marriage, tournament : arts of rule in late medieval Scotland / Louise Olga Fradenburg.
James, Isaac D., d. 1879. : The Baltimore sorrow and awful social tragedy being the history of the Hinds and James affair in Baltimore, Maryland, which is now exciting social circles [electronic resource] : the betrayal of the lovely Lizzie James, her sad confession to her mother, her heartrending death, while calling pitifully the name of her alleged betrayer-the shooting of her brother : also, the tragic death of her father while avenging his daughter's ruin.
Church buildings -- South Carolina -- James Island. : The acceptable year of the Lord, or The jubilee of the Gospel; [electronic resource] : a sermon, preached on James' Island, June 12, 1799, at the ordination of the Rev. Thomas H. Price, to the pastoral charge of the Presbyterian Church on said island. / By the Rev. Daniel M'Calla, A.M. Pastor of the Independent or Congregational Church, in the parish of Christ-Church. ; To which is added a charge, delivered on the same occasion, by the Rev. Dr. Hollinshead.
James 1473-1513. -- Correspondence. : The letters of James the Fourth, 1505-1513 / calendared by Robert Kerr Hannay ; edited with a biographical memoir and an introduction by R.L. Mackie, assisted by Anne Spilman.
James J. Dickson (Steamship) -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Admiralty), in Prize, 25th February, 1918, before the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Evans (President), Steamship "Leonora" (ship and cargo), part heard, no. 1679, Steamship "Emma Fermstrom" (ship and cargo), no. 1699, Steamship "Hermina" (ship and part cargo claimed by Olaus Olssons Kolimport A/B), no. 1701, Steamship "Tellus" (ship and cargo), no. 1697, Steamship "Bergvik" (ship and cargo), C. & R., no. 1698, Steamship "Dagny" (ship and cargo), no. 1700, Steamship "Olof Wijk" (ship and part cargo claimed by H. Alpen), C. & R., no. 1691, Steamship "James J. Dickson" (ship and part cargo of coke claimed by C. Svensson and consignment of glass to K.J. Karlsson), no. 1704 [electronic resource] : first day.
James, John, -1746. : A reply to Mr John James's Review of the several pamphlets and schemes : That have been offer'd To the Publick, for the Building of a Bridge at Westminster; wherein his many Absurdities are detected, and the Manner of Measuring and Calculating the Quantity and Weight of Materials in all Kinds of Arches, explain'd. By which 'tis evident, That Mr. James is absolutely a Stranger to so much Geometry as is needful to come at the Measures of the Quantities of Materials to be imploy'd in such a Work, &c. And that a semicircular Stone Arch of 120 Feet in Diameter, has not so great a Pressure on its Base, as many Publick Buildings in this Kingdom have on theirs. Also, The Nature of the Tides, and Fall of Water at London Bridge, fully Explained. The Whole Exemplify'd by Geometrical Diagrams, and New Designs; demonstrating the Nature and Easy Performance of so great a Work. By B. Langley.