Johnston (Whyte), Lorna. : Inspired by a true story... an assessment of how the dramatic elements of pity and fear can be applied by a producer seeking to transform historical events into narrative drama for television : based on a case study of the production of the telemovie, Sisters of War (2010) / Andrew Wiseman.
Johnston, William B. : Proceedings in the quo warranto case [electronic resource] : of the state ex relatione the attorney-general vs. Thomas P. Walker.
Johnston, William, captain -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the year 1783 [electronic resource] : with notes and other illustrations / compiled by T.B. Howell; and continued from the year 1783 to the present time by Thomas Jones Howell.
Johnston, William H. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Paper book : Supreme Court of Penna., Eastern District, March term, 1849-48 : Abraham Hoopes, William H. Johnston, and John Shellinger, plaintiffs in error, and defendants below, vs. Samuel Garver, administrator of Samuel Lefevre, deceased, defendant in error and plaintiff below.
Johnston, William, Rev. : The temper and conduct of the primitive ministers of the gospel illustrated and recommended: in a sermon preach'd at Wisbeach, June 8. 1737. At the ordination of the Rev. Mr. William Johnston. By P. Doddridge, ... [electronic resource].
Johnston, William, Sir -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of jury trial, the Rev. David Dobbie, minister of the Free Church, residing at Makerstoun, Kelso, pursuer, against Sir William Johnston, knight of Kirkhill in the county of Edinburgh and George Eliza Russell, Esq., residing at Regent Terrace, Edinburgh, defenders [electronic resource] : tried at Edinburgh, before the Lord Justice-Clerk and a jury on March 27, 28, 29, 30, and April 1, 2, 3, 1861 / reported by J. Irvine Smith.
Johnstone, Abraham, d. 1797. : The address of Abraham Johnstone, a black man, [electronic resource] : who was hanged at Woodbury, in the county of Glocester, and state of New Jersey, on Saturday the the [sic] 8th day of July last; to the people of colour. To which is added his dying confession or declaration also, a copy of letter to his wife, written the day previous to his execution.
Johnstone, Abraham, d. 1797 -- Last years -- Early works to 1800. : The address of Abraham Johnstone, a black man, [electronic resource] : who was hanged at Woodbury, in the county of Glocester, and state of New Jersey, on Saturday the the [sic] 8th day of July last; to the people of colour. To which is added his dying confession or declaration also, a copy of letter to his wife, written the day previous to his execution.
Johnstone, George, 1730-1787 -- Early works to 1800. : Blake's remarks on Com. Johnstone's account of his engagement with a French squadron, under the command of Mons. De sufferein, on April 16, 1781, [electronic resource] : In Port Praya Road, in the Island of St. Jago.
Johnstone, Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Notorious crimes, trials and executions [electronic resource] : comprising biographical sketches of the life and offences of various celebrated and atrocious characters, who have violated the laws of their country, consisting of traitors, murderers, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, impostors, regicides, adulterers, conspirators, marauders, sharpers, pickpockets and offenders of all descriptions : also remarks on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, moral reflections and observations on particular cases, an account of the various modes of punishments of criminals in different parts of the world, the speeches, confessions and last exclamations of sufferers &c., &c. / edited and compiled by John Brown.