Miller, Sanderson, 1716-1780. : An Eighteenth-century correspondence, being the letters of Deane Swift, Pitt, the Lytteltons...and others to Sanderson Miller, Esq.. of Radway / Edited by L. Dickins and M. Stanton ; <With geneal. tables.>.
Miller, Sarah. : The Brownist haerisies confuted, their knavery anatomized, and their fleshly spirits painted in full, in a true history of one Mistris Sarah Miller of Banbury in Oxfordshire : wherein is contained the preaching of a barber, his zeale towards this new sister, how the spirit of the flesh moved him, how shee granted, how she fell mad, and how by the mercy of God, she was released of all.
Miller, Silvanus, 1770 or 1771-1861. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial of an action on the case brought by Silvanus Miller, Esq., late surrogate of the city and county of New York against Mordecai M. Noah, Esq., editor of the National Advocate for an alleged libel : tried at the city-hall, in the city of New-York, before the Circuit Court held in the First judicial district in the State of New-York, by His Honour, Samuel R. Betts, Esq. on Friday, the 12th day of December, 1823 / by L.H. Clarke.
Miller, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the case of Miller versus Salomons, M.P., with a summary of the preliminary proceedings in the House of Commons [electronic resource] / edited by Augustus Goldsmid, Esq.
Miller, Steve, 1943 Oct. 5- : Contemporary musicians. Volume 2 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Michael L. LaBlanc, editor.
Miller, T. W. (Thomas Woodnutt), b. 1886 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the District Court of the United States, Southern district of New York, the United States of America v. Thomas W. Miller et al. [electronic resource] : indictment, violation section 37, criminal code, conspiracy to defraud the United States in reclaims for delivery, to one not an enemy of property seized by the alien property custodian : (filed October 30, 1925).
Miller, Watts T., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, appellants and respondents, against James B. Turnley, impleaded with another, appellant and respondent [electronic resource] : cross appeals from order denying motion to vacate order of arrest, and reducing bail to 0.
Miller, William Bluffton, 1839-1918. -- Diaries. : Fighting for liberty and right : the Civil War diary of William Bluffton Miller, first sergeant, Company K, Seventy-Fifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry / edited by Jeffrey L. Patrick and Robert J. Willey.
Miller, William, d. 1830. : An Authentic account of the fatal duel fought on Sunday the 21st March 1830, near Chester, Penna. [electronic resource] : between Mr. Charles G. Hunter, late midshipman of the U.S. Navy, and Mr. William Miller, Jun., late attorney at law of Philadelphia : containing an impartial investigation of all the circumstances and correspondence which preceded the meeting ... with some observations on the custom of duelling considered as to its effects on society.
Miller, William F. (William Fowler), 1768-1818. : A discourse, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William F. Miller, [electronic resource] : to the ministerial office in the Christian Church at Wintonbury, November 30th, 1791. / By Nathan Perkins, A.M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Hartford. ; This discourse is published by particular request of the society; to whom it is respectfully inscribed by the author.
Millers -- Australia -- History. : The golden grain : a history of Edwin Davey & Sons, pioneer flourmillers and grain merchants of South Australia at Penrice, Angaston, Eudunda, Salisbury, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney, 1865-1985 / Jean P. Fielding.