Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655. -- Early works to 1800. : Of resisting the lavvfull magistrate under colour of religion : and appendant to it, of the word krima, rendred damnation, Rom. 13. Reprinted. Also, of the Zelots among the Jewes. Of taking up the crosse. A vindication of Christs reprehending Saint Peter, from the exceptions of Master Marshall. Augmented by the author.
Marshall, Thomas, 1784-1835. : Review of the slave question [electronic resource] : extracted from the American Quarterly Review, Dec. 1832, based on the speech of Th. Marshall, of Fauquier, showing that slavery is the essential hindrance to the prosperity of the slave-holding states : with particular reference to Virginia, though applicable to other states where slavery exists / by a Virginian.
Marshall University -- Drama. : We are Marshall / Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG.
Marshall, Walter, 1628-1680. : The faith of the saints as to a future house and happiness in the other world : set forth in a sermon preached at the funeral of that worthy servant of Christ, Mr. Walter Marshal / by S. Tomlyns.
Marshall, William. : The tryals and condemnation of Lionel Anderson, alias Munson, William Russel, alias Napper, Charles Parris, alias Parry, Henry Starkey, James Corker, and William Marshal, for high treason, as Romish priests, upon the statute of 27. Eliz. cap. 2 : together with the tryal of Alexander Lumsden, a Scotchman, and the arraignment of David Joseph Kemish for the same offence : at the sessions of Oyer and Terminer in the Old-Baily, on Saturday, January 17th, 1679.
Marshall, William. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The tryals of Sir George Wakeman Baronet. William Marshall, William Rumley, & James Corker, Benedictine monks : For high treason, for conspiring the death of the King, subversion of the government, and Protestant religion. At the Sessions in the Old-Bayley, holden for London and Middlesex on Fryday the 18th. of July 1679. Published by authority.