Marshall, James Wilson, : Pioneers of the Sacramento : a group of letters / by and about Johann Augustus Sutter, James W. Marshall and John Bidwell ; introduction by Jane Grabhorn.
Marshall, Janette W., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Marshall case [electronic resource] : with appendices containing correspondence between the secretary of the Scotch Education Department and the Dalziel School Board and report of inquiry and protest meeting / by F.J. Robertson.
Marshall, John, -- Manuscripts. : The papers of John Marshall / Herbert A. Johnson, editor. Charles T. Cullen, associate editor. Nancy G. Harris, [and others] assistant editor[s].
Marshall, John, -- Statues. : Exercises at the ceremony of unveiling the statue of John Marshall, chief justice of the United States, in front of the Capitol, Washington, May 10, 1884 [electronic resource] : with the address / of Mr. Chief Justice Waite, and the oration of William Henry Rawle ; with the proceedings of the Philadelphia Bar relating to the monument to Chief Justice Marshall.
Marshall, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1832 [electronic resource] : delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall : together with the opinion of Mr. Justice McLean, in the case of Samuel A. Worcester, plaintiff in error, versus the state of Georgia : with a statement of the case, extracted from the records of the Supreme court of the United States.
Marshall, John, : Battling for gold, or, Stirring incidents of goldfields life in West Australia / by John Marshall.
Marshall, John, : Trium bibliothecarum insigni copîa omnigenæ literaturæ libror. : instructissimar. Catalogus. Or, a catalogue Of the libraries of the Reverend Robert Kilborn, LL. D. Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Rector of St. Mary Aldermary; And of the Revd John Marshall, LL. D. Rector of Finchley, and Morning-Preacher at St. John's Chapel near Bedford-Row; And, lastly, of Stephen Hall, M. D. Physician to the Royal Hospital at Greenwich; All Lately Deceas'd. Containing near Ten thousand Volumes of Curious and Valuable Books in almost all Languages and Faculties; particularly great Numbers relating to the History and Antiquities of most Foreign Nations, but especially the History, Antiquities, and Parliamentary Affairs of Great Britain and Ireland; as, Rymer, Rushworth, Prynn, Dugdale, Hearne, &c. Also several Books of Medals, Coins, Architecture, Perspective, Sculpture, Painting, Heraldry, Mathematicks, Physick, Natural History, Mines, Minerals, Alchymy, Husbandry, Travels, Voyages, Trade, Civil, Canon, and Common-Law, Divinity, &c. And likewise many of the Best Lexicograp.
Marshall, John Frederick. : John Frederick Marshall and the British Mosquitoes / Keith & Susan Snow. A short history of the Museum of the Geological Society of London, 1807-1911 : with a catalogue of the British and Irish accessions, and notes on surviving collections / D.T. Moore, J.C. Thackray, and D.L. Morgan.
Marshall, John Marvin, : Motility in cell function : proceedings of the First John M. Marshall Symposium in Cell Biology / edited by Frank A. Pepe, Joseph W. Sanger, Vivianne T. Nachmias.
Marshall, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In Her Majesty's Court of Appeals, on appeal from the Court of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Read and others, appellants, v. the Bishop of Lincoln, respondent [electronic resource] : appendix.
Marshall, Joseph, -- Travel -- Europe. : Travels through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, the Ukraine & Poland in ... 1768, 1769, & 1770, in which is particularly minuted ... their agriculture, population, manufactures...
Marshall, Nathaniel, : A vindication of the late Archbishop Sancroft : and of his brethren the rest of the depriv'd bishops, from the reflections of Mr. Marshal in his Defence of our constitution in church and state: Particularly with regard to their Refusing to publish an Abhorrence of the Prince of Orange's Invasion; their Meeting at Guild-Hall, and their Endeavours for a Regency. In a letter to a friend. .
Marshall, Nathaniel, -- Early works to 1800. : A vindication of the late Archbishop Sancroft : and of his brethren the rest of the depriv'd bishops, from the reflections of Mr. Marshal in his Defence of our constitution in church and state: Particularly with regard to their Refusing to publish an Abhorrence of the Prince of Orange's Invasion; their Meeting at Guild-Hall, and their Endeavours for a Regency. In a letter to a friend.