Murray, James, 1713-1781. : North-Carolina. His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq; ... A proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas, the Honorable James Murray and John Rutherford, Esqrs. have issued a great number of notes for money ... without having any lawful authority for so doing ... Given under my hand, and the great seal of the said province, at Newbern, the fifth day of December ... one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven. ...
Murray, James, 1732-1782. Sermons to asses. : A sermon to the bucks and hinds of America. [electronic resource] : [Two lines from Genesis] : In imitation of a pamphlet entitled "Sermons to asses-- and another to doctors of divinity."
Murray, James B. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In Chancery, Leavitt v. Blatchford and others [electronic resource] : statement of the facts and questions of law in issue in the suit affecting the Blatchford and Murray Trust and argument on behalf of the defendants, Messrs. Palmers, Mackillop, Dent and Co.
Murray, James Patrick. : A narrative of the voyage of the brig "Carl" in 1871, with comments upon the trial which followed the massacre on board that vessel : Mount & Morris exonerated / compiled from documents published and unpublished by G.S. Searle.
Murray, John, 1742-1793 -- Death and burial -- Early works to 1800. : A sermon, preached in the Presbyterian Church in Newbury-Port, April 7, 1793 [electronic resource] : occasioned by the much lamented death of the Rev. John Murray, A.M. Pastor of said church, who departed this life March 13, 1793, in the 51st year of his age. (Published at the desire of the hearers.) By James Miltimore, A.M. Pastor of a church in Stratham.