Shepherdson family. : The Shepherdsons : timber milling in Australia 1849-1984 : the involvement of five generations of one family for 135 years in South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and Northern Territory / compiled and written by David Mack.
Sheppard, Fleetwood, Sir, 1634-1698. : More last words and sayings of the True Protestant Elm-board, or, A Full answer to a late pretended sober vindication of the Dr. and the Board [electronic resource]
Sheppard, Jack, 1702-1724 -- In literature. : Die Geschichte von dem denkwürdigen Leben des John Sheppard / Daniel Defoe ; zum ersten Mal aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Getrud Baruch. Nachwort / von Norbert Miller.
Sheppard, James. : Some reasons why it could not be expected the government wou'd permit the speech or paper of James Shepheard, [electronic resource] : Which he Delivered at the Place of Execution, To be printed. With some Account of the paper it self.
Sheppard, James, d. 1718. : A narrative or, the ordinary of Newgate's account of what passed between him and James Sheppard; who was try'd and convicted, and received sentence of death, for high-treason, ... [electronic resource].
Sheppard, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The new Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : or, The chronicles of crime, being a complete series of memoirs, trials, and anecdotes of all the notorious characters, who have outraged the laws of Great Britain from the earliest period to the present time : comprising pirates, pickpockets, murderers, burglars, highwaymen, incendiaries, housebreakers, footpads, forgers, extortioners, traitors, mutineers, lords, dukes, rioters, sharpers, coiners, impostors, fraudulent bankrupts, money-droppers, rapes, etc., etc., : including a number of curious cases never before published / by Camden Pelham.
Sheppard, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial in the Court of Common Pleas, Guildhall, on Tuesday, July 8, 1806, John Sheppard, assistant to John Dale, man-midwife, Hatton Garden, against James Storer, Pentonville [electronic resource] : charging him with defamation, by saying, "That she (meaning his brother's wife) was murdered," one shilling damages!!! to the satisfaction of a crouded court / taken in short hand by Mr. Job Sibley.
Sheppard, Mr -- Library. : A catalogue of the libraries of Mr. Sheppard, late of London [electronic resource] : and of another gentleman deceased : which will be exposed to sale by auction at Mr. Thomas Wards, upholster, at the Boars-Head in Cornhill on Thursday the 16th of this instant December 1686.
Sheppard, Mr. -- Library -- Early works to 1800. : A catalogue of the libraries of Mr. Sheppard late of London and of another gentleman deceased. [electronic resource] : Which will be exposed to sale by auction, at Mr. Thomas Wards, upholster; at the Boars-Head in Cornhill, on Thursday the 16th. of this instant December, 1686..
Sheppard, R. O. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Arrest of Major R.O. Sheppard, D.S.O., R.A.O.C. [electronic resource] : report by the Right Hon. J.F.P. Rawlinson, K.C., M.P., of enquiry held under Tribunals of Enquiry (Evidence) Act, 1921 / presented to Parliament by command of His Majesty.
[Sheppard, William Dillon] -- Early works to 1800. : Some particulars relating to the life of William Dillon Sheppard, [electronic resource] : Who was executed at St. Michael's Hill Gallows, for sodomy, on Monday the 1st of June, 1761. Published at his own request, and by the authority of the sheriff.