Harrison's case. Charles Morris Esq; and Margaret Morris Administratrix, with the Will annexed of Robert Morris her late Husband. Appellants. Mary Harrison Administratrix, with the Will annexed of Godfrey Harrison her late Husband, and John Harrison Son and Heir of the said Godfrey Harrison. Respondents.
- Harrison, Mary, active 17th century-18th century.
Party distinctions, the bane and misery of the British nation. Or, an earnest, unprejudic'd perswasive to union and harmony among Ourselves, as the only and effectual Means to Re-Establish us in all the Felicities natural to a Free and Happy People; and to destroy the growing Power of France, by a Prosecution of a Vigorous War; or, the Attainment of an Honourable and Lasting Peace. Address'd to all true Britons, in the present critical conjuncture of public affairs.
- Petronius, active 18th century.
The travels and adventures of Mademoiselle de Richelieu. Cousin to the present Duke of that Name. Who made the tour of Europe, dressed in men's cloaths, attended by her Maid Lucy as her Valet de Chambre. Now done into English from the lady's own manuscript. By the translator of the Memoirs and adventures of the Marques of Bretagne and Duke of Harcourt. ...
- Erskine, active 18th century.
- MDCCXLIV.