Queens closet opened. : There is newly published, the four following usefull and necessary books. [electronic resource] : The queens closet opened ... The exact dealer refined ... the third edition, enlarged. ... The young secretary's guide: or, A speedy help to learning. In two parts. ... The strange and prodigious religions, customs, and manners, of sundry nations ... the second edition. All four printed for Henry Rhodes ...
Queens College (University of Cambridge) -- Funds and scholarships -- Early works to 1800. : Letters which passed between the Rev. Reginald Bligh, A.B. [electronic resource] : And Others, On account of his being rejected as a Fellow of Queen's-College, Cambridge, on Pretence of his Want of Scholarship, and his Intention of publishing his Case, which has since appeared: together with The Part expunged, reflecting on the Character of Dr. Plumptre, the President: and The letters of Mr. Marris, At whose Request the same was expunged: with notes and observations.
Queens' College (University of Cambridge) -- History -- 18th century -- Sources. : The defence of the Rev. Reginald Bligh, [electronic resource] : of Queen's College, Cambridge, A.B. against the president and fellows of that society, who rejected him as an improper person for a fellow on the 12th of January, 1780, upon the pretence of his want of sufficient Learning to qualify him for that Station,---designed to clear him from the unjust Suspicions of his Friends, and the malevolent Insinuations and Aspersions of his Enemies; which this Event has naturally brought upon him. Mr. Bligh would not presume to address the Public on the Hardship of his Case, was he the only Person likely to suffer from the Iniquity and Injustice of his Foes. This Publication contains a most flagrant Instance of Knavery and Villainy; by which Mankind in general is injured: To expose it therefore is a subject of General Concern. And it may serve as a Warning to the Fellows of Queen's College, and as a Caution to those who might be inclined to enter into that Society with Mr. Bligh's Views and Expectations. N. B. This Defence hath been laid before the Person against whom it is principally
Queens' College (University of Cambridge) -- Presidents. : The case of the President of Queen's College, Cambridge, determined in the High Court of Chancery by the Right Honorable Lord Eldon, &c. &c., acting on behalf of His Majesty, as visitor [electronic resource] : containing the two petitions, the evidence, the judgment of the Lord Chancellor, and a sketch of the argument of counsel / edited by Charles Bowdler, Esq.
Queens County Mechanics Liens New York State : Mechanics' lien laws for New York City and for the counties of Kings and Queens [electronic resource] : statutes, digest, and commentaries, with numerous forms / by R.S. Guernsey.
Queens County Murder New York State Cases : The people of the state of New York, respondent, against Martin Thorn, appellant : case on appeal from judgment convicting appellant of the crime of murder in the first degree.
Queens County (N.Y.), defendant-appellant -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Morris F. Brainard and another, plaintiffs and respondents, against the county of Kings, the county of Queens, Casper W. Dean, and John A. Westbrook, defendants and appellants, impleaded with others, defendants and respondents [electronic resource] : case and exception on appeal.