Malone, Watson -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in and for the Eastern District, sitting in equity : between Watson Malone, Edmund Deacon, and Edward Wetherill, all of the city of Philadelphia, on behalf of themselves and such other stockholders of the North Branch Canal Company, having like ground of complaint, as may, contributing to the expense of this suit, be permitted to become parties hereto, plaintiffs, and the North Branch Canal Company, a body politic and corporate in law, and Charles F. Wells, Jr., of Athens, Pennsylvania, President; George M. Hollenback, of Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, John Arnot, of Elmira, New York, and Marlon C. Mercur, of Towanda, Pennsylvania, manager of said corporation, defendants.
Malone, William, 1586-1656. -- Early works to 1800. : An ansvver to a challenge made by a Iesuite in Ireland. Wherein the iudgement of antiquity in the points questioned is truely delivered, and the noveltie of the now romish doctrine plainly discovered / By Iames Vssher Bishop of Meath.
Maloney, Andrew J., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the application of Thomas K. Coyne, an honorably discharged World War veteran, petitioner-appellant for an order against William Wilson, commissioner of the department of housing and buildings of the city of New York, Joseph D. McGoldrick and Almerindo Portfolio, comptroller and treasurer, respectively, of the city of New York, defendants-respondents [electronic resource] : notice of motion to dismiss appeals for want of jurisdiction, with affidavit and supporting brief.
Maloney, William H. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Secretary of the Interior, on appeal from the decision of the commissioner of the General Land Office, Maxwell J. Latimer vs. the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Company, William H. Malony vs. the same, John Barker vs. the same [electronic resource] : applications under Home-Stead Act of May 20, 1862, on lands lying within the lateral limits of the grant made to the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Company, in the state of Iowa, in the act of June 2, 1864 : argument in favor of applicants.