Compromise Law Early Works To 1800 : Disputatio juridica, de transactionibus. : Quam Dante Deo O. M. ex auctoritate, clarissimi ac consultissimi viri, D. D. Roberti Bennet ... / Joannes Areskine.; Erskine, John
Compromise Law Europe : Friendly settlements before the European Court of Human Rights [electronic resource] : theory and practice / Helen Keller, Magdalena Forowicz, Lorenz Engi.; Keller, Helen,
Compton Lady 1687 : A sermon preached at the funeral of the Lady Compton, August the 4th, 1687. By Lewis Atterbury, L.L.D. and rector of Sywell, in the county of Northampton; Atterbury, Lewis,
Compton Madame : The cruel midwife. : Being a true account of a most sad and lamentable discovery that has been lately made in the village of Poplar in the parish of Stepney. At the house of one Madame Compton alias Norman a midwife, wherein has been discovered many children that have been murdered ... : Also an account of the seizing or apprehending, behaviour, and commitment to Newgate, the midwife, on the account of murthering these infants.
Compton Mary : A particular and exact account of the trial of Mary Compton, the bloody and most cruel midwife of Poplar: : as also of her maid, Mary Compton the younger; who were both araigned in one indictment for felony and murder, in destroying, starving to death, and famishing several poor infant babes: : as also Ann Davis as accessary.
Compton Mary The Younger : A particular and exact account of the trial of Mary Compton, the bloody and most cruel midwife of Poplar: : as also of her maid, Mary Compton the younger; who were both araigned in one indictment for felony and murder, in destroying, starving to death, and famishing several poor infant babes: : as also Ann Davis as accessary.
Compton Wyniates England History Early Works To 1800 : A letter from Serjeant Major Purefoy governour of Compton-House in VVarwickshire, to his colonell Colonell Purefoy a member of the Honourable House of Commons. : VVherein is related the good successe it pleased God to give unto that garrison against the enemy, that came with a great strength to have surprized it. With a list of the persons slaine and taken, and the number of armes there taken.; Purefoy, George,
Compulsive Behaviour Early Works To 1800 : Two-penny-worth of wit for a penny. Or, The bad husband turn'd thrifty : this man that wrought his own decay, and spent his money night and day; is turn'd to saving I do swear, there's few that with him can compare: and lves so civil in his ways, that all his neighbours give him praise, and does repent his wicked crime, and desires good fellows to turn in time; there's many a man runs himself clear out, when ale's in his head, then wit is out. To the tune of, Packingtons pound.