Great Britain. Attorney-General
Wielka Brytania. Law Officer's Department. Attorney General.
VIAF ID: 141954111 (Corporate)
ISNI: 0000 0001 0696 655X
- 110 2 _ ‡a Great Britain ‡b Attorney General
- 110 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Attorney-General
4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (9)
- 410 2 _ ‡a Attorney General Great Britain
- 410 2 _ ‡a Attorney General.
- 410 2 _ ‡a Attorney-General Great Britain
- 410 2 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Attorney-General.
- 410 1 _ ‡a Great Britain. ‡b Law Officer's Department. ‡b Attorney General.
- 410 2 _ ‡a Great Britain ‡b Attorney-General
- 410 1 _ ‡a Law Officer's Department. ‡b Attorney General.
- 410 1 _ ‡a United Kingdom. ‡b Attorney General.
- 410 2 _ ‡a Wielka Brytania. ‡b Attorney-General.
5xx's: Related Names (2)
- 510 1 _ ‡a England and Wales. ‡b Attorney-General
- 510 2 _ ‡a England and Wales ‡b Attorney-General
|The attorney general v. Sillem and others, claiming the vessel "Alexandra;" seized under the Foreign enlistment act (59 George III, chapter 69).|
|Baptist Chapel, St. Mary's, Norwich : the suit, Attorney-General versus Gould and others, in the Rolls Court : its origin, the proceedings, pleadings, and judgment|
|Criminal Justice System : rebuilding lives|
|Engaging communities in criminal justice.|
|Governments̓ expenditure plans 1999-2000 to 2001-2002|
|His Grace Hugh Archbishop of Ardmagh, and Nathaniel Whaley, clerk - plaintiffs. The King by his Attorney General - defendant. In a writ of error upon a judgment of reversal given in the Court of King's-Bench in England, of a judgment obtained by the plaintiffs in the Court of King's-Bench in Ireland, in an action on a quare impedit brought by the King for the Church of Ardmagh in Ireland. The case of the King, who is plaintiff in the action.|
|Indictment presented to the International Military Tribunal sitting at Berlin on 18th October 1945, pursuant to the Agreement by the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Government of the United States of America, the Provisional Government of the French Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics for the prosecution and punishment of the major war criminals of the European Axis|
|The information against the Duke of Marlborough. And his Answer.|
|Law officers' departments departmental report|
|The pleadings and arguments and other proceedings in the Court of King's-bench upon the Quo warranto, touching the charter of the city of London; with the judgement entered thereupon. The whole pleadings faithfully taken from the record.|
|Rose Duplessis, - - - - - - - appellant. Sir Dudley Ryder, Knight, his Majesty's Attorney-General, - - - - - - - - - - - respondent. The respondent's case.|
|SFO and CPS Fraud Division : merits and feasibility of merger : report to the Attorney General.|
|The speech of Mr. Serjeant Merewether, in the Court of Chancery, Saturday, December 8, 1849, upon the claim of the Commissioners of Woods and Forests to the sea-shore, and the soil and bed of tidal harbours and navigable rivers: the nature and extent of the claim, and its effect upon such property ...|
|Speeches of His Majesty's Attorney and Solicitor General before the House of Lords, on Friday, Oct. 27th, 1820, and the two successive days.|
|The Sunday Times thalidomide case, 1979:|
|Supporting victims of crime|