Husted, Catherine S. -- Will. : Edward H. Coffin and Kate C. Raymond as executrix under the last will of Catherine S. Husted, deceased, libellants and appellees, vs. the steam towboat "Osceola," her engines, &c., Patrick Ronan, claimant and appellant [electronic resource] : apostles.
Greenblatt, Stephen, 1943- : Literary newsmakers for students. Volume 1 : presenting analysis, context, and criticism on newsmaking novels, nonfiction, and poetry / Anne Marie Hacht, editor ; foreword by Greg Wilson.
James, William -- Will. : Augustus James plaintiff agt. William James and others, defendants : complaint in partition / Hamilton Harris, plaintiff's attorney.
Jeffryes, Joseph -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : The whole tryal of John Swann and Elizabeth Jeffries [electronic resource] : for the murder of her uncle Mr. Joseph Jeffryes, at Walthamstow, in Essex, on the third day of July 1751, at the assizes held at Chelmsford in Essex, on Wednesday the 11th of March, 1752 : before the Honourable Sir Martin Wright, and Sir Michael Foster, knights, two of His Majesty's justices of the Court of King's Bench : being the first assizes in the Sheriffwick of Sir Edmund Allen, baronet, High-Sheriff of the said county : to which is prefixed, the will of the Late Mr. Joseph Jeffrys.
Johnson, Uwe, 1934-1984 -- Will. : Uwe Johnsons Testamente, oder, Wie der Suhrkamp Verlag Erbe wird / Werner Gotzmann ; mit einem Nachwort von Elisabeth Johnson.
Johnston, James C., -1865 -- Will. : Insanity in its medico-legal relations : opinion relative to the testamentary capacity of the late James C. Johnston, of Chowan County, North Carolina / by Wm. A. Hammond.
Kemp, George -- Will. : Edward Kemp, and others individually and as surviving executors, &c., plaintiffs, against Arthur Tryon Kemp and others as executors, &c., and others defendants [electronic resource] : before Fitzerald, J., April, 1901 : general brief for plaintiffs.
Kemp, Lilia -- Will. : Edward Kemp, and others individually and as surviving executors, &c., against Arthur Tryon Kemp, and others as executors, &c., and others [electronic resource] : before Fitzerald, J., April, 1901 : separate brief for plaintiffs, (in which counsel for the three children, Arthur Tryon Kemp, Marion Morgan Kemp and Juliet Augusta Tyng join) : on questions of construction under Mrs. Kemp's will.
Kendrick, John. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : A black scene open'd: being the true state of Mr. John Kendrick's gift to the town of Reading; and of the decree which was made by the Barons of the Exchequer, in the Fourteenth Year of King Charles the First, in favour of the Poor of the said Town. And also of the misapplication of the lands and rents ever since. By John Watts, Esq.
Kohne, Frederick -- Will. : William Fontain, a subject of the King of Prussia, appellant, vs. William Ravenel, a citizen of the state of South Carolina, appellee : Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1853, no. 135 : abstract and brief of argument of J.L. Petigru, and B. Gerhard, of counsel with the appellee.
Lamar, Gazaway Bugg, 1798-1874 -- Will. : The Georgia Infirmary for the relief and protection of aged and afflicted Negroes, appellant, vs. Harriet C. Jones and Frank C. Jones, administrators, with the will annexed, of the estate of Gazaway B. Lamar, deceased, respondents, the city council of Augusta, appellant, vs the same, respondents [electronic resource] : brief for the defendants (respondents) on appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Lane, Elizabeth. -- Will -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Francis Yateman, - - - - - appellant. And Sarah Cox, Elizabeth Lane, widow, deceased, Phanuel Bacon, D.D. Jonathan Martin, Christopher Willoughby, sole executor and devisee of the last will and testament of the said Elizabeth Lane, deceased, and Thomas Cawley her heir at law, - - - - - - - - respondents. The appellant's case.
Lanesborough, George Lane, -- Will. : Mary Lady Viscountess Dowager Lanesborough, plaintiff in error, Mark Anthony Morgan, Esq; lessee of George Fox, Esq; defendant in error. The case of the defendant in error.
Lawson, John, -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : House of Lords. : Between John Lawson, Esq; Devisee for Life of the Real Estate of Hylton Lawson, Esq; his late Uncle, deceased, - - - Appellant. Winifred Lawson Widow, and sole Executrix of the said Hylton Lawson, - - Respondent. Case of the Appellant.
Leake, John G. -- Will. : In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, John Watts and Herman Leroy, who are named as executors in the paper writing propounded as the last will and testament, &c., of John G. Leake, deceased, appellants, vs. the Public Administrator of the city of New-York, respondent [electronic resource] : points on the part of the appellants.
Lee, Elizabeth S. -- Will. : In the Appellate Court of the state of Illinois for the third district, October term, A.D. 1913, Emma F. Dickinson, et al., appellants, vs. Franklin W. Ridgely, executor of the last will of Elizabeth S. Lee, deceased, et al., appellees [electronic resource] : appeal from Menard County Circuit Court : joint and agreed abstract of record for appellants and appellees.
Lee, Henry W. (Henry Washington), 1815-1874 -- Will. : In the District Court of the state of Iowa in and for Scott County, George H. French, administrator of the estate of Henry W. Lee, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Griswold College and William Stevens Perry, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Iowa, defendants, October term, A.D., 1878, petition in equity [electronic resource].
Lee, William -- Will. : The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, trustees under the will of William Lee, deceased, against Catharine Lee, William Lee, Susan Lee, widow of Henry Lee, deceased, Mary Lee, the widow of Thomas Lee, deceased, Mary Jane Lee, the widow of Edward Lee, deceased, Ann Amelia Van Brackle, James Lee, Garrett Selman and Ann E. Selman his wife, S.A. Root, administratrix of, &c., of Ira Root, deceased, F.W. Webster, Oliver W. Root [electronic resource] : summons for relief.
Lessing, Anton -- Will. : In the United States Court of Claims, no. k-355 [electronic resource] : Obschestwo Wyksounskich Metallugicheskich I Mechanicheskich Sawadow, Gottfried Lessing, Irene Lessing, Walter Lessing, Ernst Lessing, Emma Lessing, Friedrich Lessing, Heinz Lessing, Ilse Lessing, Emma von Moerner, Georg von Moerner, Ida Lessing, Countess Nelly von Moerner, Count Warner von Moerner, Anula Graeff, Lydia Graeff, and Hans Graeff Individually and as executor of the last will and testament of Anton Lessing, deceased, petitioners, v. the United States : brief for petitioners in opposition to demurrer.
Lewis, Joseph L., 1790-1877 -- Will. : In the matter of propounding for probate a paper writing, purporting to be the last will and testament, and the codicil thereto, of Joseph L. Lewis, late of Hoboken, deceased.
Louis 1754-1793. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : The oration of Des̀eze, in defence of Lewis the Sixteenth, King of France; pronounced at the bar of the National Convention, on Wednesday, the 26th of December, 1792, in the First Year of the Republic. To which is added the will of the King, in French and English, Translated from the French original, Printed and Published by Order of the Convention.
Louis 1754-1793. -- Will -- Translations. : A short account of the character and reign of Louis XVI. : Shewing how little he deserved, from his Ungrateful people, the name of Tyrant. To which is subjoined, a corrected translation of his last will.
MacFarland, Susan, d. 1905 -- Will. : In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, in re trust created by Moncure Robinson by deed of trust dated February 21, 1881, Hamilton M. Barksdale, executor of the will of Susan MacFarland deceased, appellant [electronic resource] : appeal and certiorari from the order of the Court of Common Pleas no. I, of the county of Philadelphia, of March term, 1897, no. 1232, entered January 23, 1907 : paper book of appellant.
MacGregor, Gregor -- Will. : In the Supreme Court (in equity) N.Y., Ann G. MacGregor and others against James MacGregor, Junior and others [electronic resource] : case, &c., on appeal ... .
Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, 1660-1744. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : A true and authentick copy of the last will and testament of Her Grace the illustrious Sarah, late Duchess Dowager of Marlborough with the codicil annex'd . Wherein will appear Proofs of her Publick Spirit and Love of her Country, exemplified in Regard to those Worthy Patriots, the Lords Stair, and Chesterfield, Mr. Pitt, &c. The Whole worthy the Perusal of all True Lovers of their Country, and will transmit with Honour her Name to the latest Posterity. To which is prefix'd, some remarks thereon.