Obeah (Cult) -- Guyana -- Berbice. : Trial of a slave in Berbice, for the crime of obeah and murder [electronic resource] : proceedings of the Court of Criminal Justice of the Colony Berbice, on the trial of the Negro Willem, alias Sara, alias Cuffey, for murder of the Negress Madalon : and also the trials of the Negroes Primo, Mey, Kees, and Corydon, for aiding and abetting in said murder.
Obedience (Law) -- Australia. : Should a qualified defence of obedience to superior orders be allowed to Australian defence force personnel in respect of regulatory offences arising out of peacetime activities? / Francis Bernard Healy.
Obedience (Law) -- Germany. : Schuldrecht : ein Studienbuch / begründet von Dr. Dres. h. c. Dieter Medicus, fortgeführt von Dr. Stephan Lorenz. I, Allgemeiner Teil.
Obedience -- Poetry. : The afflicted parents, or, The undutiful child punished : being a surprising relation of two children, son and daughter of a gentleman of the City of Chester, giving an account how the daughter chiding her brother for his wickedness, he struck her such a blow that she died on the spot ...
Obedience -- Political aspects. : Crimes of obedience : toward a social psychology of authority and responsibility / Herbert C. Kelman and V. Lee Hamilton.
Obedience -- Religous aspects. : The pathe of obedience : righte necessarye for all the King and Quenes maiesties louing subiectes, to reade, learne, and vse their due obediences, to the hyghe powers, accordynge to thys godly treatise compiled by James Cancellar, one of the Quenes Maiesties moste honourable chapell.
Obedience -- Research. : The obedience experiments : a case study of controversy in social science / Arthur G. Miller.