Gradinger Josef Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Schmautzer v. Austria : judgment of 23 October 1995 : B - Case of Umlauft v. Austria : judgment of 23 October 1995 : C - Case of Gradinger v. Austria : judgment of 23 October 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Gradon Burrus : A copy of a letter, containing an account of the murder of Capt. Robert Mead, on the 19th of August last by Burrus Gradon, who was tryed for the same at the Kings-Bench-Bar in Dublin, the 15th of November, after, and found guilty of manslaughter only : together with a copy of a letter sent the jury, and some reflections on the verdict.; Mead, E.
Graduals Liturgical Books England Salisbury : Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary : as observed daily in the Lady Chapel and weekly in the Choir according to the Use of Salisbury / edited by John Harper with Sally Harper & Matthew Cheung Salisbury.
Graffiti History : Trespass : a history of uncommissioned urban art / edited by Ethel Seno ; [text] by Carlo McCormick in collaboration with Wooster Collective's Marc & Sara Schiller ; additional texts by Banksy, Anne Pasternak and J. Tony Serra.
Graffiti Italy Rome : Desperate inscriptions : graffiti from the Nazi prison in Rome, 1943-1944 / photos by Liana Miuccio.; Pugliese, Stanislao G.,
Grafton Anthony : The transmission of culture in early modern Europe / edited by A. Grafton and A. Blair.
Grafton Charles Fitzroy Duke Of 1683 1757 : Case of her Grace the Dutchess of Cleaveland, the Dukes of Grafton and Northumberland, : touching an annuity of 4700 l. per annum, payable out of the post-office. Offered to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons, in relation to a clause in a bill, intituled a bill for laying several duties on low wines, &c.
Grafton House Grafton Regis England : A true relation of the taking of Grafton House by the Parliaments forces, under the command of Sergeant Major Skipton. : With the demands of Sir Iohn Digby upon a surrender. And the resolute answer of Sergeant Major Skipton, to the said demands. As it was sent in a letter from a commander in the service, to his friend in London. With the names of the chiefe commanders that were taken prisoners. The names of the chiefe commanders that were taken prisoners. Sir Iohn Digby. Captaine Iohn Clarke. Lieutenant Lonfield. Quarter master Doswell. Corporall Thorogood. Major Brookebancke. Captaine Longfield. Quater master Collenrigge. Corporall Haynes. And 80 troopers, all with swords, pistols, and carbines.