Wilkins, T. (Thomas) -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The whole proceedings on the trials of two informations [electronic resource] : exhibited ex Officio by the King's Attorney-General against George Gordon, Esq. commonly called Lord George Gordon: one for a libel on the queen of France and the French ambassador; the other for a libel on the judges, and the administration of the laws in England. Also of Thomas Wilkins, for printing the last-mentioned libel. Tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Wednesday the 6th of June, 1787; Before the Hon. Francis Buller, Esq. One of the Justices of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney.
Wilkinson, Ann Biddle -- Will. : In the Supreme Court of Missouri, October term, 1856, Louis G. Picot, trustee under the will of Mrs. Ann Biddle, deceased, plaintiff, against Daniel D. Page, Lewis V. Bogy, and Louis A. Benoist, defendants [electronic resource] : error to the St. Louis Court of Common Pleas.
Wilkinson, Charles Kyrle, 1897- : Essays on Near Eastern art and archaeology in honor of Charles Kyrle Wilkinson / edited by Prudence O. Harper and Holly Pittman.
Wilkinson, Denys Haigh, Sir. : Interactions and structures in nuclei : proceedings of a conference to celebrate the 65th birthday of Sir Denys Wilkinson, FRS, University of Sussex, 7-9th September 1987 / edited by R.J. Blin-Stoyle and W.D. Hamilton.
Wilkinson, Elizabeth, 1612 or 13-1654. : A sermon preacht at Great Milton in the county of Oxford, Decemb. 9, 1654 [electronic resource] : at the funeral of that eminent servant of Jesus Christ Mris. Elizabeth Wilkinson, late wife to Dr. Henry Wilkinson, principall of Magdalen Hall : whereunto is added a narrative of her godly life and death / by Edmund Staunton ...
Wilkinson, Frances M. : Speeches of E.W. Evans and John Lyle King counsel for the plaintiff, in the Wilkinson-Tribune libel suit [electronic resource] : Circuit Court of Cook County, December term, 1868 / [by] George Buckley.
Wilkinson, Hannah. : John Wilkinson, of Holbeck, in the borough of Leeds, clothier, stood charged by the Coroner's inquest with the wilful murder of Hannah his wife, on the 12th of November, 1804 [electronic resource].
Wilkinson, Henry, 17th cent. : Animadversions on Capt. Wilkinson's information [electronic resource] : being highly conducive to the better informing and disabusing the minds of men and tending to the publick peace and safety.
Wilkinson, Henry, 1616-1690 -- Library -- Catalogs. : Bibliotheca VVilkinsoniana, sive catalogus variorum librorum bibliothecæ instructissimæ [electronic resource] : R.D.H. Wilkinsoni, olim academ. Oxoniens. Cum plurimis aliis libris Græco-Latinis refertissimæ. Quorum auctio habenda est Londini apud domum appellatam Rolls Auction-House in Petty-Canon Hall, in Petty-Canon Alley, by the North-side of St. Paul's Church, November 15th, 1694. Per Edoardum Millingtonum, bibliopolam Lond..