Parkins, David. : Something about the author. Volume 176 / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Parkins, J. W. (Joseph Wilfred), -1840. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The extraordinary proceedings at the City Hall, New York, commenced May 21st and continued by adjournments to June 17th, 1833 : before David S. Jones, and Charles Graham, esquires, counsellors at law, and David Perkins, and John Stearns, M. Drs., commissioners, appointed by the Chancellor of the state of New-York, by virtue of a commission, in the nature of a writ de lunatico inquirendo, to enquire whether Joseph Wilfred Parkins, be a lunatic : combining the evidence, speeches of counsel, and singularly skilful and adroit defence of the alleged lunatice : the lucid and elaborate charges of the commissioners to the jury, with the legal documents appertaining to the commission, viz: : the petition to the chancellor : affidavits : commission, and inquisition in full / reported and compiled by Joseph William Trust.
Parkins, J. W. (Joseph Wilfred), d. 1840 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Irishman in London, Byrne versus Parkins, the celebrated speech of C. Phillips, Esq. [electronic resource] : the whole of the trials at the Court of King's Bench, in the case of Byrne v. Parkins, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, on Monday, February 16th, 1824, and Tuesday, Feb. 17th.
Parkins, William, : An antidote against the infection of the Jacobites, occasioned by last papers of Sir John Friend, Sir William Parkins, Mr. Cranburne : &c. who pretend to die in the communion of the Church of England. By a minister fo the Church of England.
Parkinson, James, 1653-1722. : An account of Mr. Parkinson's expulsion from the University of Oxford in the late times : in vindication of him from the false aspersions cast on him in a late pamphlet entituled, The history of passive obedience.
Parkinson, James, 1653-1722. : A letter to Mr. James Parkinson, M.A., in answer to his Examination of Dr. Sherlock's book, entituled, The case of allegiance, &c.
Parkinson, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Common Pleas, Feise and another versus Parkinson, tried at Guildhall, London, before the Right Hon. Sir J. Mansfield, Knt., lord chief justice, and a special jury, sittings before Hilary term, 1812 [electronic resource].
Parkinson, John, 1567-1650. -- Early works to 1800. : Matthiæ de L'Obel M.D. botanographi regii eximii Stirpium illustrationes. : Plurimas elaborantes inauditas plantas, subreptitiis Joh: Parkinsoni rapsodiis (ex codice MS insalutato) sparsim gravatæ. Ejusdem adjecta sunt ad calcem Theatri botanici hamartēmata. Accurante Guil: How, Anglo.