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.
Perkins, George, d. 1890 -- Diaries. : Three years a soldier : the diary and newspaper correspondence of Private George Perkins, Sixth New York Independent Battery, 1861-1864 / edited by Richard N. Griffin.
Perkins, James, active 19th century -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Judge Davis's decree : Massachusetts District, Special District Court, May 31st, 1809 : Peter H. Natterstrom, adm. of John Taylor, deceased, vs. Ship Hazard, William Smith, late master : James and Thomas H. Perkins, owners of said ship, respondents : Selfridge for the libellant, Prescott and Jackson for the respondents.
Perkins, Joseph, b. 1658 -- Early works to 1800. : Mr. Perkins's letter to Mr. Cornwell [electronic resource] : And other ministers at Tunbridge-Wells, who denied him the use of the pulpit there. And have not answered the letter, as desired.
Perkins, Josephine Amelia, b. 1818 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The female prisoner, once respected and beloved, but late the most wretched of womankind [electronic resource] : narrative of the life and singular adventures of Josephine Amelia Perkins, a young woman, who although in early life was deservedly esteemed for her exem[p]lary behavior, yet for the three years last past, (friendless and unprotected,) has been unhappily addicted to a criminal propensity, more singular and surprising in its nature (for one of her sex,) than can be found on record, in the commission of which she has been four several times detected, twice pardoned on account of her sex, o[n]ce for reason of supposed insanity, and the fourth and last time, convicted and sentenced to two years imprisonment in Madison County Jail, Kentucky : Annexed is a well-written address to parents and children.
Perkins, Justin, 1805-1869 : A residence of eight years in Persia, among the Nestorian Christians : with notices of the Muhammedans [microform].
Perkins, Rob., d. 1677 -- Early works to 1800. : The confession and execution of the three prisoners suffering at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of October, 1677 [electronic resource] : At which time suffered John S. William Fletcher, and Rob. Perkins. Together with their behaviour, and several remarkable discourses had with one of the highway-men in Newgate after his condemnation. Published for a warning-piece to all others to avoid the lewd courses which brought these poor men to this ignominious end. With allowance.