Shepherd, Jack, -1786. : The life and singular adventures of Jack Shepherd. : This extraordinary youth, who was executed at the Old Bailey on the 22d of November, 1786, was no less than nine times in confinement! ... His various robberies, escapes, and different contrivances, exceed credibility; however, the author of these interesting memoirs begs leave to assure the public they are all established facts. .. To which is added an appendix, ... relative to the three murderers, ... with the confession of Richard Payne..
Shepherd, John, -1786. : Particulars of the very singular and remarkable trials, convictions, and escapes, of John Shepherd. : Together with his history from his birth, &c. In which is included a minute account of his unparallelled species of treachery to his associate, Leonard Sullivan, who was executed at Maidstone for a robbery committed in Shepherd's company.
Shepherd, Margaret L. (Margaret Lisle), 1859- : My life in the convent ; or the marvellous personal experiences of Margaret L. Shepherd (Sister Magdelene Adelaide) consecrated penitent of the Arno's Court Convent, Bristol, England / by Margaret L. Shepherd.
Shepherd, Moses C. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Robert A. Lucas et al., versus Ellen C. Brooks and others, heirs of R.D. Shepherd, Moses C. Shepherd et al., versus the heirs of R.D. Shepherd [electronic resource] : argument of Randell Hunt.
Shepherd, R. (Richard), 1732?-1809. : Free remarks on a sermon entitled : The Requisition of Subscription to the Thirty nine Articles and Liturgy of the Church of England not inconsistent with Christian Liberty: To which are prefixed, Reasons against subscribing a Petition to Parliament for the Abolition of such Subscription. In a letter to the Author. By a Friend to Religious Liberty.
Shepherd, Roy. : [Photograph of Melbourne musicians listening to a pianist in Tallis Wing, Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne].
Shepherd, S. C., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, the United States, appellants, the Bark "John Griffin," Jas. E. Ward, H.P. Booth, S.C. Shepherd and Wm. Downey, claimants, no. 115 [electronic resource] : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York : brief for the United States.
Shepherd, Sherrie. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 55 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Shepherd, Thomas, 1665-1739. : A defence of the Discourse of schism : in answer to those objections, which Mr. Shepherd has made in his Three sermons of separation, &c. By Tho. Bennet, M. A. Rector of St James's in Colchester, and Fellow of St John's College in Cambridge.
Shepherd, Timothy, -1733 -- Death and burial. : Christ the foundation of the believer's triumph in the view of death. : A sermon occasioned by the death of the Reverend Mr. Timothy Shepherd. Preached at Braintree, May 22, 1733... By William Ford.