Mullins, Darby -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The new and complete Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : or, Malefactor's universal register, containing new and authentic accounts of the lives, adventures, exploits, last dying speeches, confessions, &c. &c., of the most notorious criminals and violators of the laws of their country (of both sexes and all denominations), who have suffered death and other exemplary punishments for murder, burglary, felony, horse stealing, bigamy, forgery, highway robbery, footpad robbery, perjury, piracy, rapes, riots, mobbing, sodomy, starving to death, sheep stealing, swindling, treason, mutiny, sedition, and other misdemeanors : interspersed with notes, reflections, remarks, and inferences, arising from the several subjects, moral, instructive and entertaining : comprehending the most material passages in the sessions papers for upwards of a century, together with the ordinary of Newgate's account of the capital convicts and complete narratives of the most remarkable trials : the whole containing the most faithful narratives ever yet published of the various executions and other exemplary punishments, which have happened in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, &c., from the year 1700 to the present time : the whole properly arranged from the records of the courts : to which is added, a concise account of the new settlements for convicts at Paramatta, Sydney, Port Jackson in Botany Bay, New South Wales / by William Jackson.
Mullins, Rich. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 35 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Mullins, Samuel, -- Early works to 1800. : A sermon : preach'd, June the 27th. 1710, at the funeral of Mr. Samuel Mullins, Late Minister of the Gospel in Totness, Who departed this life June the 24th, in the 33d Year of his Age. By Isaac Gilling.
Mullins, Samuel, : Death abolished by Jesus Christ : a funeral sermon for Mr. Samuel Mullins, who died at Taunton, in the 17th year of his age, 1727. By Henry Grove.
Mullins, Shawn. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 33 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Mullins, Thomas, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : General court martial held at the Royal Barracks, Dublin, for the trial of Brevet Lieutenat-Colonel Hon. Thomas Mullins, captain of the 44th Regiment of Foot [electronic resource] : the court assembled on the 11th of July, 1815, and continued by adjournments to the 1st of August following on the annex'd charges.
Mullite. : Mullite : its structure, formation and significance / by Janos Grofcsik, with the collaboration of Ferenc Tamas [Translated by Ferenc Tamas].
Mulrooney, Mary. : Report of the trial of William Kilfoyle, upon the charge of killing Mary Mulrooney at Newtownbarry, on the 18th of June, 1831 : tried before the Hon. Baron Foster, at the Spring Assizes of Wexford 1832 / taken in shorthand by James Mongan.