Dudson Mary : A warning for all such as desire to sleep upon the grass: : By the example of Mary Dudson maid-servant to Mr. Phillips a gardener ... being a most strange, but true relation how she was found in a dead-sleep in the garden, that no ordinary noise could awake her. As also how an adder entered into her body, the manner of her long sickness, with a brief discovery of the cause at length by her strange and most miraculous vomiting up of about fourteen young adders, and one old adder ... the maid is yet living. The like to this hath not been known in this age. The tune is, In summer time.
Due Process Of Law Spain : A - Case of Casada Coca v. Spain : judgment of 24 February 1994 : B - Case of Diaz Ruano v. Spain : judgment of 26 April 1994 : C - Case of Barbera, Messegue and Jabardo v. Spain : judgment of 13 June 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Due Process Of Law Sweden : Cases of Helmers, Andersson and Fejde v. Sweden : judgment of October 1991.; European Court of Human Rights.
Duelling England : A publication of His Ma[jes]ties edict, and severe censure against priuate combats and combatants : whether within His Highnesse dominions, or without, vvith their seconds, accomplices, and adhœrents, straitly charging all officers, and other His Ma[jes]ties subiects, to vse no conniuencie, or remisse proceeding toward such offenders : for the necessary and timely preuention of those heauy euents, whereunto aswell kingdomes, as worthy families become obnoxious, by the odious and enormous impieties ineuitably subsequent thereupon.; England and Wales.
Duelling England London : A Noble dewel, or, An Unmatchable combate betwixt Sir VVilliam [Gray] and the Earl of Southast [sic] : being a true relation how this b[?] E. of Southast murthered Sir William Gray, son to the right ho[nourable] the Lord Gray ... tune of, Sir George VVharton
Duelling France : The Laws of honor, or, An account of the suppression of duels in France : extracted out of the King's edicts, regulation of the marshals, records of Parliament : published for the use of English gentlemen who have the honor to carry arms.
Duelling Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the Lords Justices of Ireland. Mich. Armach. C. Granard. : Whereas his Majesty being informed, that frequent duels and quarrels do happen between the officers of his army in this kingdom, hath thought fit, in order to prevent the same for the future, to authorize and impower us to cashier from time to time all such officers as shall send, receive or deliver any challenge, ...; Ireland.