Robbery -- Scotland -- Edinburgh -- Cases. : Narrative of some interesting particulars respecting Hugh M'Donald, Neil Sutherland, and Hugh M'Intosh, who were executed at Edinburgh, on the 22nd April, with some remarks by the ministers who attended them : to which is added a letter from Hugh M'Intosh to his parents : an account of the execution : and the pastoral admonition of the presbytery of Edinburgh, read in all the churches on 3d of May.
Robbery -- Scotland -- Ross -- Early works to 1800. : Sheep stolen, and a reward offered of two hundred pounds sterl. In the month of September or beginning of October 1797, a parcel of wedders were stolen from the farm of weavis in Ross-shire, belonging to the Messrs. Mitchel's, tacksmen of that place, amounting to from one hundred and sixty to two hundred-consisting of three years olds, ...
Robbery -- South Carolina. : The confession and declaration of George Burns, [electronic resource] : now a prisoner in Charles-Town goal, convicted of the robbery of Mr. John Scott, which he voluntarily makes concerning the said robbery and his accomplices, this 9th day of February, 1768.
Robbery -- Tennessee. : Lives and confessions of Zebadiah Payne, the murderer and robber of Wm. Coltart, Willis Green Carroll, the murderer and robber of Rev. Isaac Lindsey, and Archibald Kerby, the Pine Mountain assassin and murderer of Mrs. Polly Hunter, who were executed at Nashville on the 10th February, 1843 [electronic resource] : prepared for the press under their superintendance, after the sentence of death had been passed upon them by the Supreme Court of Tennessee / by a Member of the Nashville Bar.
Trials -- Great Britain -- (Robbery) : Innocentia patefacta; & malitia detecta: being the case of Mr Charles Dean, practicer at law. Who was lately (but innocently) executed at Tyburn, ...
Robbia, Luca della, 1400?-1482. -- Exhibitions. : Make a joyful noise : Renaissance art and music at Florence Cathedral / Gary M. Radke ; with additional essays by Gabriele Giacomelli, Patrick Macey, Marica S. Tacconi ; postscript by Timothy Verdon.
Robbins, Ammi Ruhamah, 1740-1813. : A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Ammi-Ruhamah Robbins, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral-office over the church and congregation in Norfolk: October 28, 1761. / By his father, the Reverend Philemon Robbins, A.M. and Pastor of the First Church in Branford. ; Published at the desire of the people. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Robbins, Charles D., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Victor Sutro, Frank Ray Kimbley and Charles D. Robbins, partners trading as Sutro & Kimbley, plaintiff's-appellees, vs. Jacob Jacobson, defendant-appellant [electronic resource] : on appeal from Essex Circuit Court : brief of plaintiffs-appellees.
Robbins, Edward D., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the District Court of the United States of America, for the Southern District of New York, the United States of America vs. William Rockefeller, George Maculloch Miller, Charles F. Brooker, William Skinner, D. Newton Barney, Robert W. Taft, James S. Elton, James S. Hemingway, Lewis Cass Ledyard, Charles M. Pratt, A. Heaton Robertson, Frederick F. Brewster, Henry K. McHarg, Edward D. Robbins, Alexander Cochrane, John L. Billard, George F. Baker, Thomas de Witt Cuyler, Theodore N. Vail, Edward Milligan, and Francis T. Maxwell, defendants [electronic resource] : indictment (filed November 2, 1914).
Robbins, Edward -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An examination of the case of the people vs. Edward Robbins and John Sheffield, tried at the general sessions in and for the city and county of New-York, January 4th, 1819, reported in the New-York City Hall recorder for the same month [electronic resource] / by a member of the bar.
Robbins family. -- Correspondence. : Through ordinary eyes : the Civil War correspondence of Rufus Robbins, private, 7th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers / [edited by] Ella Jane Bruen, Brian M. Fitzgibbons.
Robbins, Frank, 1895- : Under the starry plough : recollections of the Irish Citizen Army / Frank Robbins.
Robbins, Jane, approximately 1739-1800. -- Sermons. : The character and blessedness of the righteous : illustrated in a sermon delivered at Plymouth, September 21, 1800, being the Sabbath after the interment of the widow Jane Robbins, relict of the late Rev. Dr. Robbins, who died September 12, in the 60th year of her age. Published at the particular request of the family. By James Kendall, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Plymouth. [One line from Luke].
Robbins, Jane, ca. 1739-1800. : The character and blessedness of the righteous; [electronic resource] : illustrated in a sermon delivered at Plymouth, September 21, 1800, being the Sabbath after the interment of the widow Jane Robbins, relict of the late Rev. Dr. Robbins, who died September 12, in the 60th year of her age. : Published at the particular request of the family. / By James Kendall, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Plymouth. ; [One line from Luke]