Palmer, Elihu, 1764-1806. Examiners examined. : An examination of The examiners examined, [electronic resource] : being a defence of Christianity. Opposed to the Age of reason, / By William Wyche, author of several works, and citizen of the United-States of America. ; [One line in French]
Palmer, Elizabeth Sophia -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of the Reverend Edward Quenby Ashby with Elizabeth Sophia his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes." [electronic resource].
Palmer, F. R. : Linguistic controversies : essays in linguistic theory and practice in honour of F.R. Palmer / edited by David Crystal.
Palmer, Herbert, 1601-1647. : Memorials of Godliness and Christianity [electronic resource] : in a discourse of making religion ones business, and several other practical treatises, with a brief account of the authors life / by Herbert Palmer ...
Palmer, Herbert F. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Sir Peter Coats, Thomas Coats, James Coats, Archibald Coats, James Coats, Jr., and George Coats, doing business under the firm name of J. & P. Coats, vs. the Merrick Thread Company and Herbert F. Palmer [electronic resource] : defendants' record on final hearing.
Palmer, John, d. 1649. : The divels delusions or A faithfull relation of John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott two notorious vvitches lately condemned at the sessions of Oyer and Terminer in St. Albans. [electronic resource] : Together with the confession of the aforesaid John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott, executed July 16. Also their accusations of severall vvitches in Hitchen, Norton, and other places in the county of Hartford.
Palmer, John, d. 1708 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The truth of the case [electronic resource] : Or, A Full and True account Of the Horrid murders, Robberies and Burnings, Committed at Bradforton and Upton-Snodsbury, in the County of Worcester; and of the apprehension, examination, tryal, and conviction, of John Palmer, and Tho. Symonds, gent. William Hobbins, and John Allen, labourers, for the said crimes. To which is added, An Account of the Occasion of the Bp. of Oxford's going to the Prisoners after their Condemnation, and of his Lordship's whole Transaction with them; Written by the said Bishop. Likewise, An Account of what pass'd between the Ordinary and the Prisoners. And Remarks on their Dying Speeches. Publish'd on Occasion of a late imperfect, false, and scandalous Libel, Entituled, The Case of John Palmer and Thomas Symonds, Gent. who were executed, &c. By R. W-.
Palmer, John D. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : C.P. Miller vs. John D. Palmer, administrator, &c., appeal from the Chancery Court of Tippah County [electronic resource] : brief and argument for appellant / by E.S. Hammond.
Palmer, Joseph, 1729-1791. : The duty of ministers to preach doctrines of practice. [electronic resource] : A sermon preach'd at Norton, January 3d. 1753. At the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Palmer. / By John Mellen, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Lancaster. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]