Morgan, Maria, 1751?-1796. : A sermon preached in the Parish Church of Christ Church, on Whitsun-Monday, the twenty-ninth of May, 1792, before the two friendly societies there by the Rev. William Jackson, vicar of that place [electronic resource].
Morgan, Michaela. : Something about the author. Volume 180 [electronic resource] / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Morgan, Mr. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An Account of the circumstances attending the imprisonment and death of the late William Millard, formerly superintendant of the theatre of anatomy of St. Thomas's Hospital, Southwark [electronic resource] : in which will be found some authentic and interesting details respeciting [i.e., respecting] the purposes, to which the hospitals in the metropolis and particularly those of St. Thomas's, guy's and the London Hospital are applied : with particulars of such abuses, peculations and misapplications of the funds of these institutions as have hitherto been discovered and of the barter and sale of the patients' dead bodies for the purposes of dissection : with strictures on the conduct of Sir Astley Cooper, Sir William Blizard, Mr. Green and also an exposure of the proceedings of Mr. Morgan, Mr. Webbe, surgeon to the Middlesex County jail, the fire proof and invulnerable Mr. Wakley, and other subordinate members of the medical profession : accompanied by some original letters and documents in support and confirmation of the whole.
Morgan, Nicola. : Something about the author. Volume 161 [electronic resource] : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Maikue Vang, project editor.
[Morgan, Patrick -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. The Victoria, Andres Orange, master. James Mather, of Birchin-Lane, London, merchant, claimant of the ship and part of the cargo, - appellant. Patrick Morgan, late of the river Mississippi, and now of the Little Circus, in the Minories, London, merchant, - - - - - - - - intervener. George Gostling the younger, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator in his Office of Admiralty, and Thomas Pillans, commander of the ship Shillelah, the captor, - - - - - respondents. Case on behalf of the appellant and intervener, on motion for an attachment against Captain Pillans, his owners and sureties, for not having made restitution [electronic resource].
[Morgan, Polly] -- Early works to 1800. : The True and interesting history of William Owen and Polly Morgan, both of Monmouth Town [electronic resource] : Containing, I. An account of William and Polly's relations. II. William and Polly's regard for each other. III. Their love's discovered by William's father, who forbids him seeing Polly. IV. Their meeting by stealth, which being also discovered William is sent to sea. VI. Polly proving with child sets off for London. VII. Polly gets acquainted with an old Lady in the Stage-Coach, who invites her to her house, where she lies in. VIII. Polly finds the old lady to be a procuress. IX. Polly is addressed by a Lord; is kept by several people; afterwards by an Irish fortune-hunter, who robs her. X. Polly becomes poor, falls sick, and goes to an hospital. XI. Polly meets with her brother, returns into the country and dies. XII. William returns, and finds his father and Polly are dead; he d[i]es a bachelor; with a caution to parents and maidens.
Morgan, Rachel, 1786-1854 -- Estate. : In the Queen's Bench, proceedings on the trial of the cause Jacob Morgan, plaintiff, versus the Rev. Iltyd Nicholl, defendant, before Mr. Justice Willes and a special jury [electronic resource] / (from the short-hand notes of Mr. Walsh.)
Morgan, Thomas, -1743. Moral philosopher. : A dissertation on the civil government of the Hebrews : in which the true designs, and nature of their government are explained : the justice, wisdom and goodness of the Mosaical constitutions, are vindicated: in particular, from some late, unfair and false representations of them in the Moral philosopher / by Moses Lowman.