Nash, Catherine, active 1684. : Strange and dreadful news from Queens-street, London. Or A terrible warning for whore-mongers, and debauched persons: in the sad and dismal example of Ed. Harris Esq; who sadly expired on the 26 of July 1684.
Nash, Charles I. : Transcript of record, Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1897, no. 340 : Thomas Bram, otherwise called Thomas C. Bram, otherwise called Thomas M. Bram, otherwise called A. Thomas Bram, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States : in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts.
Nash, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. General Van Huth, Jan Meinert Meinertz master. Jan Meinert Meinertz, the master and claimant of the ship, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, for and on behalf of Hendrick Dultz of Altona, merchant, a subject of His Majesty the King of Denmark, the sole owner thereof; and also claimant of all and singular the goods, wares, and merchandizes, laden on board the said ship, on behalf and as the property of Jacob de chapeaurouge, a burgher, merchant, and inhabitant of the free imperial city of Hamburgh, - - - - - appellent. George Davis, commander of the armed cutter the Nancy; James Nash, commander of the armed cutter the Dorset; William Nowell Esquire, commander of His Majesty's sloop of war the Ferret; James Heseltine Esquire, His Majesty's procurator general; and George Gostling Esquire, His Majesty's procurator general in his office of Admiralty, - - - - - - - respondents. The appellant's case. (On an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty.).