Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. : A late dialogue betwixt a civilian and a divine concerning the present condition of the Church of England : in which, among other particulars, these following are especially spoken of ...
Answer by letter to a worthy gentleman who desired of a divine some reasons by which it might appeare how inconsistent presbyteriall government is with monarchy -- See Presbytery display'd
Maxwell, John, 1590?-1647. -- Early works to 1800. : An historicall vindication of the government of the Church of Scotland : from the manifold base calumnies which the most malignant of the prelats did invent of old, and now lately have been published with great industry in two pamphlets at London. The one intituled Issachars burden, &c. written and published at Oxford by John Maxwell, a Scottish prelate, excommunicate by the Church of Scotland, and declared an unpardonable incendiary by the parliaments of both kingdoms. The other falsly intituled A declaration made by King James in Scotland, concerning church-government and presbyteries; but indeed written by Patrick Adamson, pretended Archbishop of St. Andrews, contrary to his own conscience, as himselfe on his death-bed did confesse and subscribe before many witneses in a write hereunto annexed. By Robert Baylie minister at Glasgow. Published according to order.
Maxwell, John, active 1755. -- Early works to 1800. : A letter from a friend in England to Mr. Maxwell, complaining of his dilatoriness in the publication of his so-long-promised work: with a character of Mr. Johnson's English dictionary, lately published, and Mr. Maxwell's justification of himself. Also, a specimen of the work which he has in hand, in an explanation of the words, nature and assises.
Maxwell, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Appeal from the decree of the Right Honourable the Lord Chancellor of Ireland. : John Maxwell, Esq; - - - - - appellant. The Right Honourable Smyth Earl of Clanrickard, son and heir, and also administrator de bonis, of Michael Earl of Clanrickard, formerly Lord Dunkellin, his late father, deceased, unadministred by Sir Gustavus Hume, and Robert Taylor, Dean of Clonfert, the successive administrators thereof, and also heir of John Earl of Clanrickard, and William Earl of Clanrickard, and William Earl of Clanrickard, his grandfather and great-grandfather, deceased, respondent. The respondent's case.
Maxwell, Robert, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Colin Rae of Little Govan, Esq.; patron of the parish of Cathcart, and the heritors and heads of families of said parish, callers and concurrers with the presentation to Mr Robert Buchanan, minister of Lesmahagow, appellants. Robert Maxwell, John Peadie, and William Whitelaw, and others, heads of families in the parish of Cathcart, respondents. The appellants case. To be heard at the bar of the venerable assembly met in May 1784.
Maxwell, Samuel, 1688-1778. : The case and complaint of Mr. Samuel Maxwell, [electronic resource] : Pastor of a church of Christ in Rehoboth, of the Baptist denomination. : [Four lines from Isaiah]
Maxwell, Stephanie. : Stephanie Maxwell : animated works, 1984-2007 / Iota Center presents a Kinetica Video Library release ; producer, Larry Cuba.
Maxwell, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the D.C., Henry E. McKee, plaintiff, vs. Ellen Cochrane, et al., defendants, no. 11,262 [electronic resource] : brief for Rollings, Maxwell and Gilfillan.
Maxwell, William. : Two speeches made by Lord Chancellor Cowper, then High Steward of England : the first, when he pronounced sentence upon the unhappy Lords, who were involved in the rebellion in 1715, viz. James Earl of Derwentwater, William Lord Widdrington, William Earl of Nithisdale, Robert Earl of Carnwath, William Viscount Kenmure, and William Lord Nairu. The second, when he passed sentence on the Earl of Winton. To which is added, the speec of Philip Lord Hardwick, Lord High Steward of England, when he pronounced Sentence on the three Rebel Lords 1746.
Maxwell, William, d. 1696. : A discourse concerning the uncertainty of the times of men, and the necessity of being prepared for sudden changes & death. [electronic resource] : Delivered in a sermon preached at Cambridge in New England. Decemb. 6. 1696. On occasion of the sudden death of two scholars belonging to Harvard Colledge. / By Increase Mather, praesident of that colledge. ; [Two lines from I Samuel]
Maxwell, William P. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of Colonel David Pinniger, Lt. Col. William P. Maxwell, Major Nathan Whiting, Captain Allen Tillinghast, officers of the Kentish Guards [electronic resource] : before a general court-martial holden at the Court-House in Providence, April 27, 1808 for disobedience of orders and neglect of duty.