Morrill, Leslie H. : Something about the author. Volume 148 [electronic resource] : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Morrill, Nathanael, 1701-ca. 1738. : The labour that attends the Gospel-ministry, and the great concern of all that engage in it: [electronic resource] : shewed in a sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Morril in the parish of Rye in New-Castle. Sept. 14th. 1726. / By William Shurtleff, V.D.M.
Morris, Abraham Myer. : Fighting against fate, or, The trials, struggles and remarkable adventures of two brothers [electronic resource] / by Moses David Morris.
Morris, Absalom -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The trial of David F. Hazen, Esq., Absalom Morris, Daniel T. Lawson, and David F. Davis [electronic resource] : in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Allegheny County, Penna., on charges of conspiracy, arising from their instituting suits for violations of the 48th and 49th sections of the act of April 16, 1850, commonly called the Small Note Law / reported by J. Heron Foster.
Morris, Anthony, 1938- : Mud and colour man : the Morris & James story / Anthony Morris, Nick Charlton, Barbara Reardon.
Morris, Anthony P. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the estate of Hannah Parke, dec'd : depositions of witnesses, produced, sworn or affirmed, and examined in pursuance of a rule of court : together with the accompanying documents, before J.O. Tobias, commissioner, & c., at his office, No. 138 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, commencing on Friday, the 30th day of November, A.D. 1860 at 12 o'clock, m., and ending the 27th day of June, A.D. 1862.
Morris, Arthur, active 1822 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial of the cause between John Cullen, plaintiff, and Arthur Morris, bailiff of the liberty of the dean and chapter of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster, defendant : for refusing to receive the plaintiff's vote at the election of a member of Parliament, for the city of Westminster; tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Wednesday the 12th January, 1820, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury.
Morris, Arthur, of Westminster, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial of the cause between John Cullen, plaintiff, and Arthur Morris, bailiff of the liberty of the Dean and chapter of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster, defendant [electronic resource] : for refusing to receive the plaintiff's vote at the election of a member of Parliament, for the city of Westminster, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Wednesday the 12th January, 1820, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury.
Morris automobile -- History. : Building cars in Australia : Morris, Austin, BMC and Leyland 1950 - 1975 / edited by Barry Anderson; prepared under the direction of the BMC-Leyland Australia Heritage Group.
Morris, Corbyn, 1710-1779, supposed author. A letter from a By-stander. : A proper answer to The By-Stander. [electronic resource] : Wherein is shewn I. That there is no Necessity for, but infallible Ruin in the Maintenance of a large regular (or mercenary) Land Force in this Island. II. That by keeping up a Standing Army for preventing an Invasion, we shall at last render it certain and successful. III. That Publick Credit is now upon a more stable Foundation than ever it was before the Year 1734, and can be ruined by nothing but bad Oeconomy, Temporary Expedients, and Loss of Trade. IV. That endeavouring to revive Parties or Factions long since extinguished, in order to divert the Attention of the People from present Mischiefs or Dangers, is a most wicked Attempt. And V. That the Weight of Political Power is now taken almost entirely from the Popular and thrown into the Regal Scale.
Morris, Corbyn, d. 1799. A letter from a By-stander. : A full answer to the Letter from a by-stander, &c [electronic resource] : Wherein his false calculations, and misrepresentations of facts in the time of King Charles II. are refuted; and an historical account is given of all the Parliamentary aids in that reign, from the Journals of the House of Commons; the Ancient and Modern Power of the Crown, and the excessive Height to which it is risen of late, are clearly represented; and reasons offered for restoring to the freeholders of England their ancient right of chusing High Sheriffs and Justices of Peace in the County Courts, as a proper Means towards restoring the balance of our Constitution, and putting a Stop to the Progress of Corruption. By R- H-, Esq;.