Keech, Benjamin, 1640-1704. Instructions for children. : A refutation of three opposers of truth [electronic resource] : by plain evidence of the holy Scripture, viz. I. Of Pardon Tillinghast, who pleadeth for water-baptism, its being a Gospel-precept, and opposeth Christ within, as a false Christ. To which is added, something concerning the Supper, &c. II. Of B. Keech, in his book called, A tutor for children, where he disputeth against the sufficiency of the light within, in order of salvation; and calleth Christ in the heart, a false Christ in the secret chamber. II. Of Cotton Mather, who in his appendix to his book, called, Memorable providences, relating to witchcrafts, &c. doth so weakly defend his father Increase Mather from being justly chargeable with abusing the honest people called Quakers, that he doth the more lay open his fathers nakedness; and beside the abuses and injuries that his father had cast upon that people, C. Mather, the son, addeth new abuses of his own. And a few words of a letter to John Cotton, called a minister, at Plymouth in New England. By George Keith.
Keef, Margaret, d. 1728 -- Early works to 1800. : A true and exact account of the tryal of Mr. John Audouin, surgeon, who was try'd on Friday the 24th of this instant May, for the murther of his servant maid Margaret Keef [electronic resource].
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. : Triumph over tragedy : September 11 and the rebirth of a business / John Duffy and Mary S. Schaeffer ; with contributions from the employees of KBW.
Keen, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of a cause [sic] tried in the District Court of Philadelphia, April 24, 1822, John Keen vs. Philip Rice [electronic resource] : involving the right of New Jersey to the oyster-beds in Maurice River Cove.
Keen -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A Peep into Westminster Hall with Sir Vicary on the bench [electronic resource] : being a narrative of the case that led to the trial, Keen versus Russell for an ambidexter bill : with notice of moving the Hon. Court of Common Pleas for a new trial on Saturday, November 7, 1812, upon the ground of a verdict against evidence.