Stevenson, Andrew, : A review of a pamphlet, intitled, A serious enquiry into the burgess oaths of Edinburgh, Perth, and Glasgow. Wherein the most material arguments against the burgess oath are impartially weighed and examined.
[Stevenson, Anne, -1717] -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : Richard Filkin, gent. and Frances his wife, John Eyre, Esq; Vincent Bush, and Benjamin Rawlins, gentlemen, appellants. Roger Hill, and John Hill, an infant by the said Roger Hill, his father and guardian, respondents. The case of the appellants.
Stevenson, B. (Bennet), -1756. : The character and blessedness of those who die in the Lord. : Represented in a sermon preach'd at Bath, April the 4th, 1756. On occasion of the much lamented death of the late Reverend Bennet Stevenson, D. D. Who departed this Life, March the 23d. Aged 74. By John Frank.
Stevenson, Bryan. : Just mercy : a story of justice and redemption / Bryan Stevenson.
Stevenson, Fanny Van de Grift, 1840-1914 -- Diaries. : Our Samoan adventure / Fanny and Robert Louis Stevenson ; with a three-year diary by Mrs. Stevenson now published for the first time together with rare photographs from family albums ; edited, with an introduction and notes, by Charles Neider.
Stevenson, Ian. : Life before life : a scientific investigation of children's memories of previous lives / Jim B. Tucker ; with a foreword by Ian Stevenson.
Stevenson, James, 1929-2017. : Something about the author. Volume 161 : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Maikue Vang, project editor.
Stevenson, James Alexander Franklin, 1918-1971. : Neural integration of physiological mechanisms and behaviour : J. A. F. Stevenson memorial volume / edited by Gordon J. Mogenson and Franco R. Calaresu ; with the editorial assistance of Blanche Box.
Stevenson, James, -- Early works to 1800. : Information for George Spens of Spittal, spouse to the deceased Janet Stevenson, against John Stevenson maltman in Glasgow, and others trustees appointed by the deceased Allan Stevenson coppersmith in Glasgow.
Stevenson, James Stevenson, 1873-1926. : Governmental control of crude rubber : the Stevenson plan. A dissertation presented to the faculty of Princeton university in candidacy for the degree of doctor of philosophy / By Charles R. Whittlesey.
Stevenson, Janet, active 1767. -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : State of the process of reduction and declarator : Janet Stevenson alias Baird, only Child of the deceased William Stevenson of Nether Barbeth, and now Spouse to Hugh Baird residing in Hamilton, and the said Hugh Baird her Husband, for his Interest, against Helen Macmillan, only Child procreate of the Marriage betwixt James Macmillan late in Braidnoch, her Father, and Janet Stevenson, only Sister of the said deceased William Stevenson of Nether Barbeth, her Mother, now Spouse to William Mitchell in Holehouse in the Parish of Kirkmichael and Sheriffdom of Air, and David Mitchell Merchant in Air.
Stevenson, John. : Charles-Town, July 28, 1770. [electronic resource] : On Friday last was opened a Star-Chamber Court, held by virtue of a commission lately received from Governor Bernard ... when a cause came on, wherein John Stevenson, captain of the watch-company in Charles-Town ... was suspended from his office ...
Stevenson, John -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The tryal (at large) of John Stevenson : (late of Bickerton, in the county of Chester, cheesefactor.) Who was tryed, at Chester-Assizes, upon Friday, the 27th day of April, 1759. Before Mr. Justice Swinnerton, and Mr. Justice White. Upon an indictment, for the murder of Mr. Francis Elcock, Late of Nantwich, in the said County, Attorney at Law. With the Arguments of the Counsel on Behalf of the Crown, and for the Prisoner. The Observations of the Judges thereon. And the Facts specially found by the Jury. Taken by Mr. Ralph Carter, of Nantwich, in Cheshire.
Stevenson, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : A narrative of proceedings between Captain William Hunt, Commander of the Rochford, In the Service of the Honourable East-India Company, and Mr. John Stevenson, chief mate of the said Ship in a late voyage to and from Bengal. Together with The Enquiries, &c. of the Governors and Councils of Bengal, and St. Helena, upon the Complaint of Mr. Stevenson, for his having been twice dismissed from his Office. Likewise A summary Account of a Trial in His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas for two False Imprisonments. With some Remarks on the legal Power of Commanders, &c. By John Stevenson.