McKlurg, James. : Answers for Sir John Hall lord provost of Edinburgh, the magistrats, town council, and others. : To the complaint exhibited by James McKlurg, George Clerk, Robert Blackwood, VVilliam Paton, and others, against them.
McLachlan, Helen. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Bill of advocation. November 15. 1794. Inf.- Thomas Dobson, defender; against Helen M'Lachlan, pursuer. James Buchan, W.S. agent. Clerks to the bills. (Lord Henderland reporter.) Information for Thomas Dobson, merchant in Greenock, defender; against Helen M'Lachlan, daughter of Dugald M'Lachlan, Esq; of Ballwell, pursuer.
McLachlan, Hugh Kennedy. : Electoral districts bill 1953 : proceedings had in the Supreme Court of Victoria in the cases of J.G.B. McDonald and K. Dodgshun, plaintiffs, and H.K. McLachlan, defendant, and J.G.B. McDonald and K. Dodgshun, plaintiffs, and John Cain and others, defendants. Actions 1953, nos. 553 and 554.
McLachlan, Laurentia. : The nun, the infidel & the superman : the remarkable friendships of Dame Laurentia McLachlan with Sydney Cockerell, Bernard Shaw and others / D. Felicitas Corrigan.
McLane, David, approximately 1767-1797. : The trial of David McLane for high treason : at the city of Quebec, in the province of Lower-Canada. On Friday, the seventh day of July, A.D. 1797. Taken in short-hand, at the trial.
McLane, David, ca. 1767-1797. : The Trial, condemnation and horrid execution of David M'Lean, formerly of Pennsylvania, for high treason, against the British government, at the city of Quebec, on the 21st of July last. [electronic resource] : Who was hanged, drawn, quartered and beheaded on the above day, with all the attendant circumstances of cruelty and barbarity.
McLaren, Alfred Scott. : Unknown waters [electronic resource] : a firsthand account of the historic under-ice survey of the Siberian continental shelf by USS Queenfish (SSN-651) / Alfred S. McLaren ; with a foreword by William R. Anderson.