King, Joseph -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Crown calendar [electronic resource] : for the Yorkshire Summer Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday, the 7th day of July, in the second year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lady Victoria I., by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith and in the year of Our Lord 1838 : before the Hon. Sir Edward Hall Alderson, knight, one of the barons of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer, and the Honourable Sir John Williams, knight, one of the justices of Her said Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, assigned to hold Pleas before the Queen herself / Sir Robert Frankland Russell.
King, Joshua -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The case of the President of Queen's College, Cambridge, determined in the High Court of Chancery by the Right Honorable Lord Eldon, &c. &c., acting on behalf of His Majesty, as visitor [electronic resource] : containing the two petitions, the evidence, the judgment of the Lord Chancellor, and a sketch of the argument of counsel / edited by Charles Bowdler, Esq.
King, Kaki. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 55 : profiles of the people in music / Angela M. Pilchak, project editor.
King, Katie : Narratives of the spirits of Sir Henry Morgan, and his daughter Annie, usually known as John and Katie King [electronic resource] : giving an account of their earth lives, and their experiences in spirit life for nearly two hundred years / by Henry T. Child.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. -- Adaptations -- Early works to 1800. : Tragical history of King Lear and his three daughters. : First, shewing how he gave the two eldest the full and whole possession of his Crown. Second. How he banished the youngest from his court and presence, who fled into Franc[e] and married the French King Third. How his two eldest daughters, some time after, took away his attendants, and turned him out of court, when being destitute, he travelled in[to] France, where his youngest daughter relieved him, and raised an army to restore him to the possession of this Crown, in the attempt of which she was killed in the field of battle, and h[er] father immediately died with grief.
[King Lewis] -- Early works to 1800. : The sale of Dunkirk to the late French King Lewis XIV. : In the year 1662. Taken from the letters, memois , &c of Count d'Estrades, ... By the Reverend Edw. Combe, ...