The case of Hans Henny Jahnn: criticism and the literary outsider
Freeman, Thomas
Rochester, N.Y. . Camden House. 2001. xvii, 261 p.

The case of Harkwood Ltd: a course in English for financial management
Scott, Michael J
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 1976. (n.p.).

Case of Helmers v. Sweden (22/1990/213/275): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1991.

Case of Hennings v. Germany (68/1991/320/392): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1992.

The case of Henryk Erlich and Victor Alter
Huysmans, Camille
London. Liberty Publications for the General Jewish Workers' Union "Bund" of Poland. 1943. 31p.

Case of Hentrich v. France(23/1993/418/497): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of Herczegfalvy v. Austria (48/1991/300/371): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1992.

Case of Hiro Balani v. Spain(46/1993/441/520): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1991.

The case of his grace the Duke of Portland, respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury, to Sir James Lowther, Bart: with observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject : and an appendix, consisting of authentic documents
London. printed for J. Allmon. 1768.

The case of His Grace the Duke of Portland. Respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury, to Sir James Lowther, Bart. With observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject
Portland, William Henry Cavendish Bentinck ; Lowther, James
London. printed for J. Almon. 1768.

Case of Hoffmann v. Austria (15/1992/360/434): Judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1993.

Case of Hokkanen v. Finland (50/1993/445/524): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

The Case of House-Baptism justly stated: In which all the Pleas and Pretences for that very Ill Custom are fairly Propos'd and Answer'd : In which is shewn also that no Church in the Christian World ever did, or does now allow of it; but always Punished both Clergy and Laity for that preposterous Practice (Cases of Extremity and Danger only excepted.) : Being a Perswasive to Christians to bring their Children to Church to be Baptiz'd
London). Printed for R. Wilkins (at the King's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1709. [viii], 24 p.

The case of Hugh Speke ... and family
Speke, Hugh
(London?. 1716). 8 p.

Case of Hurtado v Switzerland (37/1993/432/511): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of H v. Belgium (1/1986/99/147): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1987. iii,32p.

Case of H. v. France (6/1988/150/204): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1989. ii, 25p.

Case of H v. the United Kingdom (3/1986/101/149): article 50 : judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1988. i, i, 6, 6p.

Case of H v. the United Kingdom (3/1986/101/149): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1987. ii, 30p.

Case of hydatid cyst of the right kidney
Steven, John Lindsay
[Glasgow. s.n. 1885]. 5 p.

Case of hydatid cyst of the right kidney, with suppuration and discharge of secondary cysts in the urine
Fotheringham, John ; Steven, John Lindsay
[Glasgow. s.n. 1884]. 6 p.

Case of hydrencephalocele: with observations on the operation of ouncture in that and similar diseases
Lyon, W
[Scotland?. s.n. 1842]. 16 p., [1] leaf of plates (front.).

Case of hydrophobia: with remarks
Redfern, P
Edinburgh. Sutherland and Knox. 1851. 7 p.

Case of idiocy with paralysis and congenital aphasia: atrophy of convolutions (with lithographs)
Shaw, James
Lewes. H.W. Wolff, printer. [1882]. 3 p., [1] leaf of plates.

Case of Imbrioscia v. Switzerland (32/1992/377/451): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1993.

The case of impropriations: and of the augmentation of vicaragesand other insufficient cures, stated by history and law, from the first usurpation of the popes and monks, to Her Majesty's royal bounty lately extended to the poorer clergy of the Church of England. With an appendix of records and memorials relating to that subject
Kennett, White
London. Printed for A. and J. Churchill. MDCCIV. 439, 60 p.

Case of incarcerated femoral hernia
King, Kelburne
[Edinburgh. Murray and Gibb]. 1852. 7 p.

The case of indifferent things used in the worship of God, proposed and stated, byconsidering these questions: Qu.I. Whether things indifferent, though not prescribed, may be lawfully used in divine worship? [or, whether there be any things indifferent in the worship of God?] Qu. II. Whether a restraint of our liberty inthe use of such indifferent things be a violation of it?
Williams, John ; Moore, Thomas ; Ashburne, John ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed by T. Moore, & J. Ashburne, for Fincham Gardiner, at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1683. 49p.

The case of infant-baptism: in five questions : I. Whether infants are uncapable of baptism? II. Whether infants are excluded from baptism by Christ? III. Whether it is lawful to seperate from a church, which appointeth infants to be baptised? IV. Whether it be the duty of Christian parents to bring their children unto baptism? V. Whether it is lawful to communicate with believers, who were baptised in their infancy?
Hickes, George ; Basset, Thomas ; Tooke, Benjamin ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for Tho. Basset, at the George in Fleet-Street; Benj. Tooke, at the Ship in St. Pauls church-yard; and F. Gardiner, at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1683. 106p.

The case of insolvent debtors, and the charity due to them, considered: a sermon preach'd before the right honourable the lord-mayor, the aldermen ... on ... April 22, 1728
Sherlock, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Pemberton. 1728. 22 p.

The case of insolvent debtors confined in the several goals (sic) in this kingdom
(1737?). 3 p.

The case of Ireland: being an examination of the treaty of union between Great Britain and Ireland; and an enquiry into the manner in which it has been carried out: together with some letters on the excessive taxation of Ireland
Fisher, Joseph
London. Ridgeway. 1863. 233p.

The case of Ireland
Molyneux, William
Monkstown (Ire.). Cadenus Press. 1977. 148p.

The Case of Ireland
[S.l. s.n. 1919?]. 8p.

The case of Ireland being bound by Acts of Parliament in England, stated: y William Molyneux, of Dublin, Esq
Molyneux, William
Dublin. Sealey, Bryers & Walker. 1897. xlv, 121p.

The case of Ireland re-considered, in answer to a pamphlet, entitled Arguments for and against an union, considered
Lattin, Patrick ; Fitzpatrick, Hugh
Dublin. Printed,... by H. Fitzpatrick, No. 2, Upper Ormond-Quay. 1799. iv,64p. : 8vo.

The case of Ireland relating to the scarcity of copper half-pence and farthings, with the remedies thereof: Humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Parliament of Ireland
Dublin. Printed by Ebenezer Rider. 1739. 8p.

The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England
Molyneux, William
Dublin. Printed by Pressick Rider and Thomas Harbin for Pat. Dugan. 1725. vi, (4), 192p.

The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England, stated
Molyneux, William ; George
[Dublin?]. Printed in the year 1719. [10], 102p. : 12mo.

The case of Ireland's being bound by Acts of Parliament in England, stated
Molyneux, William ; Hay, John
Belfast). [s.n.]. 1776 . (6p.), 97p.

The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament made in England
Molyneux, William ; O'Nial, Owen Roe
Dublin. Printed in the year 1782.

The case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament made in England, stated
Molyneux, William ; Ray, Joseph ; Ray, Joseph ; William
Dublin. Printed by Joseph Ray, and are to be sold at his shop in Skinner-Row. MDCXCVIII [1698]. [16],174,[2]p. : 8vo.

The case of Ireland, setting forth various difficulties experienced in its commercial intercourse with Great Britain, since the Union: in a letter to the Rt. Hon. Henry Addington, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Clarke, Thomas Brooke
London. printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies. 1802. 39p.

The case of Ireland stated: a plea for my people and my race
Cusack, Mary Francis
Dublin. M. H. Gill & son. 1880. 9 p. l., 414 p., 1 l., lv p.

The case of Ireland stated
Holmes, Robert ; Bull, Edward ; McGlashan, James ; Ridgway, James
Dublin. James McGlashan, 21, D'Olier-street. James Ridgway..., London. MDCCCXLVII. [1847]. [1-3],4-102,[2] p.

The case of Ireland stated by William Molyneux
Molyneux, William
Dublin. Cadenus Press. 1977. 148p.

The case of Ireland stated historically: from the earliest times to the present : together with a gazetteer
Chicago. Sherlock. 1880.

The case of Isabel and the bleeding foetus
Nuttall, Jeff
Turret Books. 1967. 63p.,22cm.

The case of Israel: a study of political Zionism
Garaudy, Roger
London. Shorouk. 1983. 169p.

Case of Jacubowski v. Germany(7/1993/402/480): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

The case of ... James Amos and Co. of London, versus ... Hunter, Hay and Co. of Madras, in the matter ofCaptain Hay
Hay, James
London. Black. 1815. 96 p.

Case of James and others (3/1984/75/119): Judgment
James, John Nigel Courtenay
Strasbourg. 1986. iii, 41p.

The case of James Edmundson, one of the late South-Sea directors
Edmundson, James
(London. 1721?). 1 sheet.

The case of James M'Anally, formerly of New York, but now of the city of Dublin, merchant: a case of singular severity and distress, arising from the construction of the laws relative to the sale of flax-seed in Ireland
Dublin. printed by Graisberry & Campbell. 1811. 23p.

The case of James Peacock, assistant surveyor to the city of London
Peacock, James ; Baldwin, Robert ; Dance, George
(London. 1773). 3 p.

The case of James Smith, late minister at Newburn, and of Robert Ferrier, late minister at Largo, truly represented and defended
Smith, James ; Ferrier, Robert
Edinburgh. Printed (for the authors) by A. Donaldson. 1768. (4), 60 p.

Case of Jamil v. France (11/1994/458/539): judgment Strasbourg, 8 June 1995
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1995.

Case of Jan-A˜ke Andersson v.Sweden (35/1990/226/290): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1991.

The Case of Jason Mitchell: report of the independent panel of inquiry
Blom-Cooper, Louis
London. Duckworth. 1996. xvi, 304p.

The case of Jean Calas
Maugham, Frederic Herbert
London. Heinemann. 1928.

The case of Jennie Brice
RINEHART, Mary Roberts
Prior. 1979. 206p.

Case of Jersild v. Denmark(36/1993/431/510): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

The case of Joe Hill
Foner, P.S
New York. International Publishers. 1965. 127p.

The case of John Atherton, Bishop of Waterford in Ireland: fairly represented. Against a late partial edition of Dr. Barnard's relation, and sermon at his funeral. With some remarks on the title page, the additional preface, and a scandalous and immodestadvertisement lately set forth in a publick paper; whereby the said bishop's case is misrepresented, and the episcopal order aspersed. With a brief account of a conspiracy against the life of Mr Robert Hawkins, minister of Chilton, Bucks, tryed before SirMatthew Hale. Also of the plot of Robert Young, and Stephen Blackhead, against the Bishop of Rochester
King, John ; Stokoe, Luke ; Morphew, John
London. Printed for Luke Stokoe, at the Golden Key and Bible, near Charing-Cross, and sold by J. Morphew near Stationer s-Hall. 1710. [4],44p. : 8vo.

The case of John Barnes, now in Newgate for the barbarous murther of the widow Edgbrook in Shadwel
Barnes, John
London. 1708. 1 sheet.

The case of John Bernardy, Robert Cassills, Robert Meldrum, Robert Blackburne, and James Chambers: prisoners in Newgate
(London. 1715?). 2 p.

The case of John Burke, called Lord Bophin, briefly stated
Clanricarde, John Bourke
(London. 1702). 1 sheet.

The case of John Corso, a Genoese merchant
Kidd, William
(London?. 1708?). 1 sheet.

The case of John Darrell, minister and exorcist
Rickert, Corinne Holt
Gainesville, Fla. University of Florida Press. 1962. 67p.

The case of John Drew
London. MSD Foundation. (1980). 1 videocassette.

The case of John Gibson, (a crown debtor, pleading for his relaese from imprisonment)
Gibson, John
(London. 1748?). 4 p.

The case of John Grigsby, late accomptant to the South-Sea Company
Grigsby, John
(London. 1721?). 1 sheet.

The case of ... John Harrison: (relative to his invention of an exact chronometer)
Harrison, John
(London. 1767?). 4 p.

Case of John Horatio Lloyd
London. Printed by William Clowes and Sons. [1849]. ix,167p.

The case of John Joseph Griffin: from artisan-chemist and author-instructor to business-leader
Gee, Brian ; Brock, William H
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [1991]. p. 29-62.

The case of John King ... patentee of the court of record held for the manors of Stepney and Hackney
King, J
(London?. 1752?). 3 p.

The case of John Nelson
Nelson, John
Bristol. [s.n.]. 1764. 36p.

The case of John Palmer and Thomas Symonds, gentlemen, who were executed near Worcester the 7th of May 1708 for the murther [i.e. murder] of Mrs. Alice Palmer and her maid
[London. Printed for B. Bragge. 1708]. 23 p.

Case of Johnston and others (6/1985/92/139): Judgment
Johnston, Roy H. W
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1986. ii, 36 p.

The case of Joseph Billers, citizen of London
[London]. [1715?]. 1 broadside.

Case of Joseph Short with relation to a complaint made against him to the ... House of Commons
(London. 1719). 1 sheet.

Case of Karakaya v. France (12/1994/459/540): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of Karlheinz Schmidt v. Germany (12/1993/407/486): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of Katte Klitsche de la Grange v. Italy (21/1993/416/495): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of Kemmache v. France(41/1990/232/298 and 53/1990/244/315): judgment
Strasbourg. Councilof Europe. 1991.

The case of King Charles the First and King James the Second, stated and compar'd; in a sermon. Preach'd at Christ-Church, Dublin. Jan. the 30th. 1706/7
Synge, Samuel ; Brocas, John ; Forster, John ; Ormonde, James Butler
Dublin. Printed by J. Brocas; for J. Forster at the Sign of the Dolphin in Skinner-Row. 1707. 32p. : 4to.

The case of Kitty Ogilvie: a novel
Stubbs, Jean
London. Macmillan. 1970. 254p.

The case of Kjeldsen, Busk Madsen, and Pedersen: judgment
Kjeldsen, Viking
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1976. 28 p.

The case of kneeling at the Holy Sacrament stated and resolved: wherein these queries are considered : IV. Whether kneeling commanded in the Church of England be not contrary to the general practice of the church of Christ in the first and purest age? V. Whether it be unlawful for us to receive kneeling, because this gesture was firstintroduced by idolaters, and is still notoriously abused by the papists to idolatrous ends and purposes
Evans, John ; Took, Benjamin ; Basset, Thomas ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-Street; B. Took, at the Ship in St. Paul's church-yard; and F.Gardiner, at the White Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1683. 55p.

Case of Kokkinakis v. Greece (3/1992/348/421): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1993.

Case of Kolompar v. Belgium (49/1991/301/372): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1992.

Case of Koster v. the Netherlands (56/1990/247/318): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1991.

Case of Kroon and others v. the Netherlands(29/1993/424/503): judgment
Strasbourg. Council ofEurope. 1994.

The case of Kurdistan against Turkey
Khan, Sureya Bedr ; Gibbons, Herbert Adams
Philadelphia. Kurdish Independence League. 1928. 76p.

Case of K v. Austria (47/1992/392/470): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1993.

The case of labourers in husbandry stated and considered: with an appendix containing a collection of accounts shewing the earnings and expenses of labouring families in different parts of the Kingdom
Davies, David
Fairfield, N.J. A. M. Kelley. 1977. 8, 200 p.

The case of labourers in husbandry stated and considered
Davies, David
London. Printed for C. and J. Rivington. 1828. 39p.

The case of Lady Camber: a play in four acts
Vachell, Horace Annesley
London. John Murray. 1916. 131p.

The case of Lady Elizabeth Master
Master, Elizabeth
(London. 1721?). 1 sheet.

Case of Lala v. the Netherlands(25/1993/420/499): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

Case of large fibroma molluscum of the scalp
Smith, Walter George
[s.l. s.n. 189-?]. 2p.

The case of Lay-Communion with the Church of England considered; and the lawfulness ofit shew'd from the testimony of above an hundred eminent Non-Conformists of several perswasions. Published for the satisfaction of the scrupulous, and to prevent the sufferings which such needlesly expose themselves to
Williams, John ; Chiswell, Richard
London. printed for Richard Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's church-yard. 1683. 75p.

The case of Lee Manor School: a report with recommendations
McGoldrick, Jim ; Barnard, David
London (c/o D. Barnard, 28 Wellmeadow Rd, SE13 6TB). National Council for Civil Liberties, South East London Group. 1972. (13)p.

The case of Leon Trotsky: report of hearings on the charges made against him in the Moscow Trials by the Preliminary Commission of Inquiry
Dewey, John
New York. Merit Publishers. 1969.

The case of Leon Trotsky: report of hearings on the charges made against him in the Moscow trials
Dewey, John
London. Secker & Warburg. 1937. xix, 617p.

Case of Letellier v. France (29/1990/220/282): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1991.

The case of libel: the King v. John Lambert and others, printer and proprietors of the 'Morning Chronicle'
Lambert, John
London. for J. Debrett. 1794.

The case of Lima Barreto and realism in the Brazilian 'Belle Epoque'
Oakley, R. J
Lewiston, N.Y. . E. Mellen. c1998. 216p.

Case of Lithgow and others (2/1984/74/112-118): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1986. v, 77 p.

The Case of London bridge
[U.K.]. [1755].

Case of Lopez Ostra v. Spain (41/1993/436/515): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1994.

The case of Lucy B
Sanders, Lawrence
Sevenoaks. New English Library. 1983. 475p.

The case of Lucy Bending
Sanders, Lawrence
Sevenoaks. New English Library. 1983, c1982. 383p.

Case of Lu˜di v. Switzerland (17/1991/269/340): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1992.

The case of Madeleine Smith re-examined, and compared with Tawell, Palmer, and Bacon; showing how Tawell the Quaker was unjustly hanged
Omicron
London. Holyoake and Co. for the author. [1857].

Case of malformation in a male child: in which the rectum ended in the membranous portion of the urethra, and the faeces were passed through the penis
Craig, William
Edinburgh. Printed by Oliver and Boyd. 1884. 8 p., [1] leaf of plates.

Case of malignant jaundice occurring during the course of Graves' Disease and associated with gangrenous tonsils
Candler, J. P
London. John Bale, Sons & Danielsson. [1908?]. 12p.

Case of malignant purpuric fever
Grimshaw, Thomas Wrigley
Dublin. 1876. 6 p.

Case of Mansur v. Turkey (14/1994/461/542): judgment Strasbourg, 8 June 1995
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1995.

The case of Marcel Duchamp
Duchamp, Marcel ; Rowan, David
Ipswich. Arts Council Film Library. [1984?].

Case of Margareta and Roger Andersson v. Sweden (61/1990/252/323): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1992.

The case of Marie F. Daniel, 1890: [and other Privy Council cases]
Jersey.

Case of markt intern Verlag Gmbh und Klaus Beermann (3/1988/147/201): judgment
Strasbourg. Council of Europe. 1989. i, 23p.

The case of Martha Stone
Newark, N.J. Martha Stone Defense Committee. [1955?]. 15p.

The case of ... Martin Tomkins being an account of the proceedings of the Dissenting congregationat Stoke-Newington, upon occasion of a sermon preach'd by him July 13, 1718
Tomkins, Martin
London. J. Clark. 1719. 135 p.

The case of Mary Bell: a portrait of a child who murdered
Sereny, Gitta
London. Pimlico. 1995. xvii,333p.

The case of Mary Fielding
Erskine, Margaret
London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1970. (5),158p.

The case of Mary Katherine Cadiere, against the Jesuite Father John Baptist Girard: wherein he is accused ofhaving seduced her by an abominable quietism, into the most criminal excesses of lewdness; and is also charged, by his said fair votary Mary Katherine Cadiere, with inchantment, rape, spiritual incest, abortion and subordination of witnesses
Cadiere, Mary Catherine ; Girard, John Baptist
London. printed by the proprietor. 1731.