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Alphabetical Index of the Lieber Collection: Q - S

  • Q.D.B.V. [Quod Deus Bene Vertat] Dissertatio ex Iure Militari de Milite Desertore vom Desertiren derer Soldaten in alma Universitate Rostochiensi olim publice ventilata a Johanne Ioachimo Schoepffero Iurim D. et Prof. Publ Ordinar. et Iacobo Henrico Zernecke Thoruniensi-Borusso [What God Turns Out is for the Best. Dissertation on Military Justice for the Military Deserter, by Doctor of Law and Regular Public Professor, Johann Joachim Schopffer, and by Jacob Heinrich Zernicke of Torun-Borusso, to be publicly aired under the sponsorship of Rostock University]. Vitembergae (Wittenberg): Ex Officina eischfeldiana, 1736.
  • Q.D.B.V. [Quod Deus Bene Vertat] Dissertatio inauguralis iuridica de Processu Inquisitorio in Iudiciis Militaribus Usitato quam praeside Henrico Brokes, D. pandect. P.P. [Per Procura] ordin. Curiae provinc. Facultat. Iurid. atque scabin. Assessore pro summis in utroque iure honoribus rite obtinendis in illustris Academiae Ienensis auditorio iuridico D.V. [Deo Volente] Octobr. MDCCXLVIII, publico eruditorum examini submittit auctor Car. Constans Victor Rucker Moeno-Francofurtensis [What God Turns Out is for the Best. Inaugural Juridical Dissertation on the Investigative Process in Ordinary Military Courts, submitted by the author, Car. Constans Victor Rucker of Frankfurt-am-Main, as a public examination of his knowledge, in October 1748, God willing, at the judicial hearing of the illustrious Academy of Jena, to obtain the highest honors due in law, under the supervision of D. Henricus Brokes, Scholar of the Pandectist Code in a judicial capacity for the Provincial Court, as well as a court assessor]. Ienae (Jena): Ex Officina Io. Frid. Schillii, 1748.
  • Quarries and Clays. The Talladega Marble Quarries.
  • Regles Internationales et Diplomatie de la Mer par M. Theodore Ortolan. Troisieme edition, mise en harmonie avec le dernier etat des traites, suivie d'un appendice special, contenant les principaux documents officiels relatifs a la derniere guerre d'Orient et les actes du Congres de Paris de 1856 [International Law and Diplomacy of the Sea. Third edition, keeping up with the latest state of treaties, followed by a special appendix containing the principal official documents relating to the Crimean War and the proceedings of the Congress of Paris of 1856]. Theodore Ortolan. Two volumes bound in one, paginated separately, Paris: Librairie de Henri Plon, 1856.
  • Remarks on Popular Sovereignty, as Maintained and Denied Respectively by Judge [Stephen Arnold] Douglas, and Attorney-General [Jeremiah Sullivan] Black. By a Southern Citizen. Baltimore: Murphy & Co. Printers and Publishers, 1859.
  • Remarks on the Army Regulations and Executive Regulations in General. G. Norman Lieber. Washington: GPO, 1898. (PDF)
  • Remarks on the Study of the Civil Law. From the American Jurist, No. III, July 1829. Boston: Freeman & Bolles, 1829.
  • Remarks on the Study of the Civil Law. From the American Jurist, No. III., July, 1829. Boston: Freeman & Bolles, 1829. By John Pickering. The Origin, History, and Influence of Roman Legislation. By Hugh Sydney Legare.
  • Report of a Committee Appointed by the Massachusetts Historical Society on Exchanges of Prisoners During the American Revolutionary War. December 19, 1861. Boston: John Wilson and Son, 1861.
  • Report of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Opinions of the Judges Thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sandford. December Term, 1856. Benjamin C. Howard, from the nineteenth volume of Howard’s Reports, Washington, C. Wendell, printer, 1857.
  • Report of the Trials in the Echo Cases, in Federal Court, Charleston, S.C., April, 1859; Togther with Arguments of Counsel and Charge of the Court. J. Woodruff, Phonograph Reporter, Columbia, S.C.: Steam-Power Press of R.W. Gibbes, 1859.
  • The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution. E.S. Creasy. New York D. Appleton and Company. 1856. (PDF)
  • The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution. Sir Edward Creasy, Chief Justice of Ceylon, London: Richard Bentley, 1868.
  • The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution: The Treatise of J.L. (Jean Louis) De Lolme, LL.D. with an Historical and Legal Introduction, and Notes, by A.J. Stephens. Vol. I. London: John W. Parker. 1838.
  • The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution: The Treatise of J.L. (Jean Louis) De Lolme, LL.D. with an Historical and Legal Introduction, and Notes, by A.J. Stephens. Vol. II. London: John W. Parker. 1838.
  • Romische Geschichte. Bis zur Schlacht von Pydna [History of Rome. Up to the Battle of Pydna]. Theodor Mommsen. Vol. I. 2nd Edition. Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1856.
  • Romische Geschichte. Von der Schlacht bei Pydna bis auf Sullas Tod [History of Rome. From the Battle at Pydna to the Death of Sulla]. Theodor Mommsen. Vol. II. 2nd Edition. Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1857.
  • Die Römische Kaisergeschichte, ein von den Geschichtschreibern aufgestelltes Zerrbild, umgestaltet im Namen der unpartheiischen Kritik des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts : Als Probe: Nero ein Scheusal genannt, dargestellt als guter Mensch und vortrefflicher Regent, unschuldig verlästert und gebrandmarkt [History of the Roman Emperors, One of the Most Outlandish Caricatures of Histrorians, Recast in the Name of Nonpartisan Critics of the Nineteenth Century: Case in Point: Nero Known as a Monster, Changed into a Good Man and Virtuous Ruler, Innocent, Maligned, and Branded]. Werner Reinhold, Pasewalk: Freyberg, 1839.
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