Watson, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Information for Mr. Thomas Lombe merchant in Rotterdam, defender, against James Watson merchant in Cullen, and also William Anderson and Company, merchants there.
Watson Laboratories, Inc. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Watson Laboratories, Inc.; and Watson Pharma, Inc., defendants/appellants, v. Sharon G. Fontenot, on her own behalf and as tutor on behalf of her minor children, Gabriel Fontenot, Trent Fontenot, and Christen Fontenot, and Ashley Breaux, Eric Fontenot, and Courtney Fontenot, plaintiffs/appellees : on appeal from the United States District court for the Western District of Louisiana, Lafayette Division, Case no. 6:10-cv-00162 : reply brief of appellants / Stanton E. Shuler, Lauren Fajoni Bartlett, Jeffery F. Peck.
Watson, Malbone, 1804-1857. : Malbone Watson [electronic resource] : paper read at the Third Annual Meeting of the Greene County Bar Association, held in Catskill, N.Y. Feb. 20, 1905 / by Jesse W. Olney.
Watson, Mary, -1686. -- Early works to 1800. : A sad and true relation of a most barbarous and bloody murder committed by one Thomas Watson, a weaver, upon the body of Mary Watson, his wife, being great with child : and near her delivery, in Peter's-Street, in the parish of St. George's, Southwark, on Thursday the 16th. of Decemb. 1686. Together, with the circumstances that attended it; and how, upon examination of the witnesses, the coroner's inquest found it: with other material matters, that occurred on that occasion. This may be printed, Decemb. xx. 1686. R.P.
Watson, Mary, -1694. : An epistle by way of testimony to the friends of Manchester and thereabouts : given forth shortly after the death of my dear daughter, Mary Moss, wife of Isaac Moss of Manchester, who departed this life the XXIX of the 11th month, 1692 : with a testimony concerning my dear wife Mary Watson, who since departed this life the 2d of the 9th month, 1694 / by Samuel Watson ; together with a few words written by Elizabeth Moss concerning her dear mother.