Sullivan, Maria Oldacre, b. 1795 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the judgment delivered in the Consistory Court of London, on the 11th of June 1818, by the Right Hon. Sir William Scott, chancellor of the diocese, in the case of Sullivan, guardian of Sullivan, against Sullivan, falsely called Oldacre [electronic resource] / by John Dodson, LL.D.
Sullivan Murder New Hampshire Cases : Report of the trial of Daniel H. Corey, on an indictment for the murder of Mrs. Matilda Nash : at the term of the Superior Court of Judicature, holden at Keene, in the county of Cheshire, on the first Tuesday of October, A.D. 1830 / by Joel Parker.
Sullivan, Robert, 1963- -- Travel -- United States. : Cross country : fifteen years and ninety thousand miles on the roads and interstates of America with Lewis and Clark, a lot of bad motels, a moving van, Emily Post, Jack Kerouac, my wife, my mother-in law, two kids, and enough coffee to kill an elephant / Robert Sullivan.
Sullivan, Timothy -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Information : be it remembered that on this eighth day of May one thousand eight hundred and forty, at Launceston, in the Island of Van Diemen's Land, John Byron of the same place Chief District Constable, personally came before me D'Arcy Wentworth Esquire one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the said Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies and gave me to understand and be informed that Timothy Sullivan of the [Springs?] in the District of Morven in the said Island being the driver of a certain vehicle called a bullock cart did on the eleventh day April last, [path?]ride upon the said vehicle drawn by cattle on a public road within five miles of the boundaries of the town of Launceston aforesaid without having some proper person on foot to guide the same. Whereby the said Timothy Sullivan hath, under and by virtue of an Act of Council of the said Island made and passed in that behalf liable to forfeit any sum not exceeding forty shillings together with the costs and charges of and attending to the conviction for the said offence; and the said John Byron prayeth that the said Timothy Sullivan may be summoned to answer the premises. Taken the day and year first above written: D. Wentworth [and] John Byron