Perjury -- Pennsylvania -- Sunbury. : Trial of Edward Lyon, (of Northumberland) [electronic resource] : for subornation of false swearing : in which John Binns, was endorsed as prosecutor : with some account of Binns, interspersed with extracts of letters written by him to Edward Lyon, from Gloucester Gaol.
Perjury -- Religious aspects. : The nature and obligation of oaths explained : or, a preservative against perjury, Popery, treason, and rebellion. Being, a course of lectures Read in the Divinity-School, at Oxford, in the Year 1646, by Dr. Robert Sanderson, then Regius-Professor of Divinity in that University, and afterwards Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Wherein, Various Difficult and Important cases of conscience, not only with Regard to Religion, but Civil Government, are Fairly Stated, Learnedly Discussed, and Judiciously Resolved. Translated into English from the Original Latin, and illustrated with Notes, from Grotius, Puffendorf, Barbeyrac, Le Placette, Burlamaqui, and other Learned Writers. By The Revd. Thomas Dawson, L. L. D. Translator of The Orations of Eschines and Demosthenes, concerning The Crown. .
Perjury -- Scotland -- Cases. : Ravillac redivivus, being a narrative of the late tryal of Mr. James Mitchel, a conventicle-preacher, who was executed the 18th of January, 1677, for an attempt which he made on the sacred person of the Arch-Bishop of St. Andrews : to which is annexed, An account of the tryal of that most wicked Pharisee Major Thomas Weir, who was executed for adultery, incest and bestiality : in which are many observable passages, especially relating to the church and state of Scotland / in a letter from a Scottish to an English gentleman.
Perkin, Mina -- Fiction. : The Holland sisters [electronic resource] : their influence on the success of their husbands Perkin, Kipping and Lapworth / Eugene G. Rochow, Eduard Krah⥮
Perkin, Richard. : The information of Thomas Lander of Shutborrow in the county of Stafford : another of the witnesses in the tryal of the late Lord Stafford, as it was taken upon oath by Edmund Warcup, Esquire, one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, and city and liberties of Westminster, on the 24th day of December, 1680.
Perkins, Arthur J. (Arthur James), 1871-1944. : The personal letterbooks of Professor A.J. Perkins, government viticulturist in South Australia, 1890-1901 : (later, Principal of Roseworthy Agricultural College and Director of Agriculture) / translated, edited and with an introduction by Jeff Daniels.
Perkins, Benjamin Douglas, 1774-1810. : A view of the Perkinean electricity : or, an enquiry into the influence of metallic tractors, founded on a newly-discovered principle in nature, and employed as a remedy in many painful inflammatory diseases, as Rheumatism, Gout, Quinsy, Pleurisy, Tumefactions, Scalds, Burns, and a Variety of other Topical Complaints: with a review of Mr. Perkins's late pamphlet on the subject to which is added, an appendix, Containing A Variety of Experiments, made in London, Bath, Bristol, &c. with a View of ascertaining the Efficacy of this Practice. By Charles Cunningham Langworthy, Surgeon, of Bath.
Perkins, Ebenezer. : Letter and report of the secretary of the Treasury, on the petitions of Hopley Yeaton, and of George House, Jeremiah Greenman, and Ebenezer Perkins. [electronic resource] : 15th March, 1796, ordered to lie on the table. : 16th March, 1796. Committed to a committee of the whole House, on Tuesday next. : Published by order of the House of Representatives.
Perkins, Frances, 1880-1965 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia, law no. 87423, United States, ex rel., Winston Guest, petitioner, v. Frances Perkins, secretary of Labor, et al. [electronic resource] : statement and memorandum of the points and authorities in opposition to demurrer : brief for petitioner.