Philip, Alexander -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the matter of the contested election between Charles Marsh, contestant, and Alexander Philip, incumbent : CIId, legislature, state of New Jersey / C. Meyer Zulick, counsel for contestant ; Samuel Morrow, Jr., counsel for incumbent.
Philip, 1342-1404. -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions. : Art from the court of Burgundy : the patronage of Philip the Bold and John the Fearless 1364-1419 : Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, May 28-September 15, 2004, The Cleveland Museum of Art, October 24, 2004-January 9, 2005 / [organizing committee, Stephen N. Fliegel, Sophie Jugie in collaboration with Virginie Barthélémy ... [and others]]
Philip, 1396-1467 -- Library. : La librairie de Philippe le Bon : Exposition organisée à l'occasion du 500e anniversaire de la mort du duc : (Bibliothèque Albert 1er, Bruxelles, 9 septembre-12 novembre 1967) / Catalogue rédige par Georges Dogner et Marguerite Debae.
[Philip, Emanuel], -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes. De Pieter and Paulus, Pieter Mahler, master. Emanuel Philip Bize, of London, claimant of sundry goods, on behalf of divers persons pretended neutral subjects, the asserted owners thereof, - - appellant. Against Christopher Parker, Esq; commander of His Majesty's ship of war the Diamond, the captor, - respondent. Appendix to the respondent's case.
Spain -- History -- Philip II, 1556-1598 -- Early works to 1800. : The history of the Romish inquisition and inquisitors. : 1. Containing by what means and when it was first brought in and established, on whom the first storm fell. 2. Their manner of proceeding in it, relating to the judicial part in imprisoning, examining prisoners, and forcing them to a confession or abjuration of their religion, by several most horrid ways of tortures and exquisit torments. 3. Their manner of imposing and inflicting cruel pennance on very slight suspicions and rigor towards absolved penitents. 4. The methods the inquisitors take in their citations, visitations, and committing men and women to their loathsome dungeons, where many thousands perish with want and intollerable oppression. Published in this holy year of jubilee compared and ballanced with the large indulgences granted by the Church of Rome, and the severe prosecution of Protestants in the Romish Inquisition, 1700. Taken from their own authors, with some reflections on their barbarous and inhumane cruelty in the destruction of Protestants.