Matthews, Robert. -- Early works to 1800. : A vindication of peaceable Robert Matthews, from the charge of Mrs. Ruscombe's murder, lately revived against him : Addressed to the inhabitants of St. Augustine's Parish. By John Casberd, D.D. Vicar.
Matthews, T. : Thomas Matthews's Welsh Records in Paris : a Study in Selected Welsh Medieval Records.
Matthews, Thomas, 1681-1751. : A compendious history of the Indian Wars : with an account of the rise, progress, strength, and forces of Angria the Pyrate. Also the transactions of a squadron of men of war under Commodore Matthews, sent to the East-Indies to suppress the pyrates. To which is annex'd, a additional history of the wars between the Great Mogul, Angria, and his Allies. With an account of the life and Actions of John Plantain, a notorious pyrate at Madagascar; his Wars with the Natives on that Island, where having continued eight Years, he join'd Angria, and was made his chief Admiral. By Clement Downing, Midshipman on board the Salisbury; afterwards Lieutenant of the Victory Frigate, Fame Gally, and Revenge Grab, part of the Squndron employ'd by the East-India Company to attack Angria; and sometime Engineer in the Service of the Great Mogul.
Matthias 1443-1490 -- Exhibitions. : Matthias Corvinus und die Renaissance in Ungarn 1458-1541 / [Herausgeber und Verleger, Amt der Niederösterreichischen Landesregierung, Abt. III/2 -Kulturabteilung ; Leiter, Johannes Gründler]
Matthias 1443-1490 -- Sources. : Kaiser Friedrich III. und die Wiener, 1483-1485 : Briefe und Ereignisse während der Belagerung Wiens durch König Matthias Corvinus von Ungarn / Ferdinand Opll, Richard Perger.
Matthieson, John. : The life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, [electronic resource] : apprentice to an attorney at law, who for a murder which he never committed, was tried, condemned, executed, and hung in chains, in old England; yet lived many years afterwards, and in his travels found the man in the West Indies actually alive; for the supposed murder of whom he had been really executed. : Demonstratively proving, that condemnations upon circumstantial evidence are injurious to innocence, incompatible with justice, and therefore ought always to be discountenanced, especially in cases of life and death. : To which is added, an account of John Matthieson, an ingenious Scotsman, lately executed in London, for forging the notes of the Bank of England.