Subrogation -- United States -- Cases. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Airways, Inc., in its capacity as fiduciary and plan administrator of the U.S. Airways, Inc. employee benefits plan, petitioner, v. James McCutchen and Rosen, Louik & Perry, P.C., respondents : on writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit : brief of law professors as amici curiae in support of respondents / Pammela Saunders, Amy Montemarano.
Creeds -- Subscription -- Early works to 1800. : An authentick account of several things done and agreed upon by the Dissenting ministers lately assembled at Salters-Hall. : Viz. I. Advices for Peace, &c. With a List of the Names of Those who have subscribed them. II. The Letter, sent with the Advices to Exeter. III. Reasons for not subscribing, as Some of their Brethren did, the Paper offered to them on March 3d, 1718-9.
Subscription libraries -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. : A seleced [sic] catalogue of some of the most esteemed publications in the English language. [electronic resource] : Proper to form a social library: : with an introduction upon the choice of books. / By Thaddeus M. Harris, A.M. librarian of Harvard University, and author of "The natural history of the Bible," and "A short and practical system of punctuation." ; Catalogues given gratis by the publishers.
Subscription libraries -- England -- Bristol -- Early works to 1800. : Shierciff's catalogue of books, which are lent to read by the year, quarter, month or single volume. : At his circulating library, directly opposite the Draw-Bridge, on St. Augustine's-Back, Bristol. All new books, on every subject, will be purchas'd as soon as publish'd, for the use of subscribers.
Subscription libraries -- England -- Buckingham -- Catalogs. : A catalogue of books and other articles, sold by B. Seeley, bookseller in Buckingham. : Bible and common prayer books in all sizes, and in all kinds of binding. Testaments, Psalters, primers, horn books, and all other sorts of school books; with variety of little books of entertainment for children. Dictionaries of all kinds. Duty of man, week's preparation, and all other books of devotion. All sorts of modern books in divinity, history, physic, travels, poetry, &c. either in English, or other languages. And all new books and pamphlets as they come out, may be had in a few days by giving proper orders as above, and at the same price as in London. Money for any library or parcel of books.
Subscription libraries -- Maryland -- Annapolis. : A catalogue of the Annapolis Circulating Library, [electronic resource] : consisting of near fifteen hundred volumes ... Which are lent to read, by Stephen Clark, bookseller, stationer and bookbinder, in Church-Street, Annapolis ...
Subscription libraries -- New Hampshire -- Portsmouth. : A catalogue of books for sale or circulation, by Samuel Larkin, at the Portsmouth book store, opposite the post-office, Market-Street, Portsmouth. [electronic resource] : Consisting of the most approved authors, in history, voyages, travels, lives, memoirs, philosophy, novels, divinity, law, physic, surgery, chemistry, geography, husbandry, navigation, arts, sciences, architecture, miscellanies, poetry, plays, &c. &c.