[Russell of Thornhaugh, William Russell, baron, 1558?-1613]. : A sermon preached at the funerals of the Right Honourable, VVilliam, Lord Russell, Baron of Thornhaugh, at Thornhaugh, in Northampton-Shire, the 16. of September. 1613 : VVherein is briefely set downe his godly life, together with his Christian death. By William Walker, Batchelour of Diuinitie, and preacher of the word of God at Cheswicke in Middlesex.
Russell Offices (Canberra, A.C.T.) : Report relating to the proposed redevelopment of Defence office accommodation at Russell, ACT / Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works.
Russell, P. : By the King's royal licence and authority, granted at St. James's, on the 28th day of February, 1769. An entire new work. On Saturday the 8th of April, 1769, will be published, ... Number I. (To be continued weekly) of England displayed. Being a new, complete, and accurate survey and description of the kingdom of England, and principality of Wales. .. By a society of gentlemen. ... The particulars respecting England, ... by P. Russell, ... and those relating to Wales, by Mr. Owen Price..
Russell, Patrick, : Presbyterian priestcraft laid open : in an address to the society of young men in Jewen-Street. Occasion'd by a sermon preach'd by Patrick Russel, M. A. Minister of the Gospel in London. By a lover of truth and honesty.
Russell, Pee Wee. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 25 : profiles of the people in music / Luann Brennan, editor.
Russell, R. (Richard), d. 1816 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Four important trials at Kingston Assizes, April 5, 1816 [electronic resource] : I. Eliz. Miller, for poisoning the children at Kennington : II. J. Brookes, for shooting E. Thompson, in Lombard Street : III. R. Russell, for the murder of his own father : with a preface, containing thirteen questions to Isaac Espinasse, Esq., counsel against Elizabeth Miller, respecting Mr. Turner, the prosecutor of Elizabeth Fenning.
Russell, Richard, -1805. : Transactions of the two criminals, Geo. Webb and Rd. Russell, convicted of burglary, and executed on Shooter's-Hill : to which is added, An account of three more criminals, capitally convicted, and the other prisoners tried at the Kent Summer Assizes in 1805.
Russell, Richard -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Transactions of the two criminals, Geo. Webb and Rd. Russell, convicted of burglary and executed on Shooter's-Hill [electronic resource] : to which is added, an account of three more criminals, capitally convicted and the other prisoners tried at the Kent Summer Assizes in 1805.
Russell, Samuel, 1693-1746. : Ministerial faithfulness considered & described, and the rewards thereof asserted. [electronic resource] : A funeral sermon deliver'd at North-Guilford, January the 26th, 1745,6. Occasion'd by the death of the Reverend Mr. Samuel Russel, A.M. The late Pastor of the church there. Who departed this life Lord's-Day, January the 19th, 1745,6. / By Thomas Ruggles, A.M. and Pastor of the church of the First Society in Guilford. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]
Russell, Samuel. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Amos Lawrence, Abbott Lawrence, Joshua H. Wolcott, and John W. Edmonds, plaintiffs in error, vs. the Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the City of New York, defendants in error : error book.
Russell-Schlencker, Sharny. : Songs in the night : the story of Craig Schlencker and Sharny Russell-Schlencker / Jeanette Grant-Thomson.
Russell, 1820-1907. : The life of Sir William Howard Russell, c.v.o. LL.D. : the first special correspondent; by John Black Atkins .
Russell, Susannah. : Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom was referred, on the 24th of January, and 11th of February, 1797, the petitions of John Nelson, and of Susannah Russell, widow and administratrix of Charles Russell, deceased. [electronic resource] : 23rd January, 1798, committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. : (Published by order of the House of Representatives.)