[St. Ann's Guild (Dublin, Ireland)] -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : The case of St. Ann's guild, King Henry the Sixth by his letters patents, in the ninth year of his reign, did give power and license to Richard then Lord ArchBishop of Dublin, and others to erect a chappel in the Church of St. Audoen's in Dublin, to be called St. Anns chappel, and to ordain and constitute a fraternity and guild, or lay corporation, in perpetual succession, to sue and be sued by the name of the master and wardens of the fraternity and guild of St. Anne, in the Church of St. Audoen's in Dublin; ...
St Ann's Special School (Flinders Park, S.A.) : Report of case study no. 9 : the responses of the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide, and the South Australian Police, to allegations of child sexual abuse at St Ann's Special School.
St. Antonio de Padua (Ship) -- Early works to 1800. : Before the Lords Commissioners for hearing appeals in Prize-Causes [electronic resource] : the St. Antonio de Padua, otherwise the Dragon, Jaime de Miguel, master : Arthur Forrest, Esq., late commander in chief of His Majesty's ships and vessels stationed on the island of Jamaica, appellant, Jacob Carillo Saldana, the pretended owner of the said ship and goods, respondent : in appeal from Jamaica : appellant's case.
St. Antoniy de Padua (Ship) -- Early works to 1800. : Appeal from Minorca, La Dame Jeanne of Gottenburg, Michael Smitt, master [electronic resource] : William Cazalet of London, merchant, the claimant of three hundred and thirty-eight hogsheads, thirty-two tierces and eighteen quarter casks of sugar and twelve hogsheads of refined sugar, on behalf of the Imperial and Royal Privileged Company of Trieste and Fiume and also two hundred and eighty-one casks of coffee laden and board the said ship, on behalf of neutral subjects, appellant, against Francis Maspoch, commander of the private ship of war the St. Anthony de Padua, the captor of the said ship and goods, respondent : the appellant's case.
Public health -- Wales -- St. Asaph Region. : Dr. W.W.E. Fletcher's report to the Local Government Board upon the sanitary circumstances and administration of the St. Asaph (Flintshire) and of the St. Asaph (Denbighshire) rural districts / [Wilfred W.E. Fletcher].
Sanitation -- Wales -- St. Asaph Region. : Dr. W.W.E. Fletcher's report to the Local Government Board upon the sanitary circumstances and administration of the St. Asaph (Flintshire) and of the St. Asaph (Denbighshire) rural districts / [Wilfred W.E. Fletcher].
St. Aubyn, John, 1758-1839 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the proceedings in the Court of Exchequer, upon a demurrer to an English information, filed Trinity term, 49 G. III. 1809, by the Attorney General to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Chester against Sir John St. Aubyn, baronet and others [electronic resource] : together with the subsequent proceedings, upon shewing cause against a motion to stay all the proceedings in the cause pending an appeal to the House of Lords : to which is prefixed the judgement of the court, delivered at Serjeant's Inn Hall, December 16th, 1754, in the case of the Attorney General against the Mayor and Commonwealth of the Borough of Plymouth and others / by John Wightwick.
St. Augustine's (Church : Philadelphia, Pa.) : Scheme of a lottery, for the purpose of completing the building of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Augustine, in the city of Philadelphia; [electronic resource] : pursuant to an act of the General Assembly, passed the 4th. of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine.