Larceny -- New Jersey -- Perth Amboy. : By the Honourable John Penn, Esquire, lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania ... a proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas it appears to me, by the deposition of Stephen Skinner, Esquire, treasurer of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey ... Given ... at Philadelphia, the sixth day of August ... one thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight.
Larceny -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Cases. : The doctrine of constructive larceny considered : as developed in the recent case of George Tyson, the stock and exchange broker, who was tried at the Mayor's Court for the city of Philadelphia at the March session in 1825 / by Charles F. Mumford.
Larceny -- Rhode Island. : State of Rhode-Island, &c. In General Assembly, October session, 1787. [electronic resource] : An act for the more effectually punishing persons who shall be convicted of larcenies, and for preventing of thefts.
Larceny -- Rhode Island -- Gloucester. : Five dollars reward. [electronic resource] : On Tuesday, the 3d instant, a person who said his name was Jacob Johnston ... borrowed of the subscriber, living in said Gloucester, a valuable horse, to ride to Providence, promising to return him in the evening of the same day.---He came directly to Providence and sold the horse for a silver watch and seven dollars, and has absconded ...
Larceny -- Scotland -- Glasgow -- Cases. : Proceedings against Wm. Murray Borthwick : at the instance of His Majesty's Advocate and of Robert Alexander, styling himself editor and proprietor of the Glasgow Sentinel newpaper / with an appendix of documents and a preface by William Murray Borthwick.
Larceny -- South Carolina -- Cases. : Remarks on the decision of the appeal court of South-Carolina, in the case of Wells : and on the abolition movements at the North, being a series of numbers originally published in the Charleston mercury, under the signatures of "A State Rights Man," and "A South-Carolinian," during the month of August, 1835.
Larch prover -- Congresses. : First International Workshop on Larch [electronic resource] : proceedings of the First International Workshop on Larch, Dedham, Massachusetts, USA, 13-15 July 1992 / Ursula Martin and Jeannette M. Wing (eds.).
Larches -- Diseases and pests. : Physikalisch-ökonomische Bemerkungen über die sich so sehr verbreitende Trockniß der Nadelwaldungen, bebstVorbauungs= und Huelfsmitteln darwidet. / Herausgegeben von der k.k. Oekonomisch=patriotischen Gesellschaft in Boehmen; verfasst und mit Anmerkungen vermehrt vom Dr. Franz Xav. Trzebitssy, koenigl. Physiker, wirklichen Mitglied, und der Gesellschaft Sekretaer.
Lard oil -- United States. : In the matter of the application of the G.H. Hammond Company for a revision of the rulings of the department with regard to the use of imported oleo stearine and the transportation in interstate commerce of lard substitutes manufactured in part therefrom [electronic resource] : memorandum in opposition on behalf of the N.K. Fairbank Company, the Southern Cotton Oil Company and the American Cotton Oil Company.
English language -- Dictionaries -- Lardil. : Lardil dictionary : a vocabulary of the language of the Lardil people, Mornington Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland : with English-Lardil finder list / compiled by Ngakulmungan Kangka Leman.
Lardil language -- Dictionaries. : Lardil dictionary : a vocabulary of the language of the Lardil people, Mornington Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland : with English-Lardil finder list / compiled by Ngakulmungan Kangka Leman.
Lardner-Burke, Desmond William, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Judgment delivered in the General Division of the High Court of Rhodesia, at Salisbury, on Friday, 9th September, 1966, in the matters between (1) Stella Madzimbamuto, applicant, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, first respondent : and Frederick Phillip George, in his capacity as superintendent of Gwelo Prison, second respondent, (2) Leo Solomon Baron, applicant, and Norman Ayre, in his capacity as the officer in charge of Que Que Prison, first respondent, and Hendrik Stephanus Benzuidenhout, in his capacity as director of prisons, second respondent : and Clifford Walter Dupont, third respondent, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, fourth respondent, alternatively Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, fifth respondent [electronic resource].
Lardner, Nathaniel, 1684-1768. : Memoirs of the life and writings of the late Reverend Nathaniel Lardner, D.D. : Containing a catalogue of his works, With Several Letters relating to them, And other Original Papers. Also eight sermons upon various subjects.