Justice, Elizabeth, d. 1752 -- Travel -- Russia. : A voyage to Russia [microform] : describing the laws, manners, and customs, of that great empire, as govern'd, at this present, by that excellent princess, the Czarina. : Shewing the beauty of her palace, the grandeur of her courtiers, the forms of building at Petersburgh, and other places : with several entertaining adventures, that happened in the passage by sea, and land. : To which is added, translated from the Spanish, a curious account of the relicks which are exhibited in the cathedral of Oviedo, a city of Spain ... / Written and collected by Elizabeth Justice.
Justice -- Exhibitions. : Remanence : Marina Abramovic, Gordon Bennett, Daniel Buren, Caiguo-quiang, Aleks Danko, Domenico Declario, Ian De Gruchy, Elizabeth Gertsakis, Dennis Oppenheim, Rea, Linda Sproul, Mladen Stilinovic, Imants Tillers, John Young / [curator Maudie Palmer ; assistant curator Bryony Marks ; catalogue editors Maudie Palmer and Alice Palmer ; photography John Brash]
Justice family. : Justice of Jamieson : an Irish-Australian family in the days of gold / by Mabel Justice and Brian Lloyd.
Justice -- Great Britain. : The state of justice impartially considered [electronic resource] : By the civil, natural, and national law. With some curious admonitions for the use of drousy bishops, sleepy judges and stupid magistrates. Wherein the great delay of justice is fully exposed[.] .
Justice of peace -- Early works to 1800. : A discourse concerning some of the most important branches, and parts, of the Office of the Justices of the Peace; ... To which are adjoined, observations on the laws concerning the highways, ... With proposals for their better reparation and amendment [electronic resource].
Justice of the peace -- Scotland. : Articles concerning the authoritie of justices of peace and constables, established within the Kingdome of Scotland [electronic resource] / allowed, and since enlarged be His Majestie, with advise of the lords of His Highnes Privie Counsell of the said kingdome, the xvj day of Iulie, 1612.