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Dana, Edward Salisbury, 1849-1935.
Microscopic examination of samples of commercial arsenic, and the practical results to which it leads. By Edward S. Dana, PH. D.
Dana, James, 1735-1812.
The intent of capital punishment : a discourse delivered in the city of New-Haven, October 20, 1790 : being the day of the execution of Joseph Mountain, for a rape / by James Dana, D.D., pastor of the First Church in said city.
Daniel, Henry, defendant.
Trial, Commonwealth, vs. Henry Daniel : on an indictment for murder.
Darmès, Marius Ennemond, 1797-1841.
Procès de Darmès devant la Cour des pairs : attentat contre la vie du roi.
Dawson, Daniel, d. 1812, defendant.
The trial of Daniel Dawson, for poisoning Mr. Adams's mare at Newmarket in 1809, which took place before Mr. Justice Heath at Cambridge July 22, 1812 / taken in court by Geo. Kent.
Denison, Charles Wheeler, 1809-1881.
Defence of Rev. Charles W. Denison, from the slanders of the Boston Baptist Bethel Society, and First Baptist Church : showing the interest taken in the affair by Elder Nathaniel Culver.
Doane, George Washington, 1799-1859.
The protest and appeal of George Washington Doane, Bishop of New Jersey : as aggrieved, by William Meade, George Burgess, and Charles Pettit McIlvaine : and his reply to the false, calumnious, and malignant representations of William Halsted, Caleb Perkins, Peter V. Coppuck, and Bennington Gill : on which they ground their uncanonical, unchristian and inhuman procedure, in regard to him
Dorr, Thomas Wilson, 1805-1854, defendant.
Report of the trial of Thomas Wilson Dorr, for treason; including the testimony at length, arguments of counsel : the charge of the Chief Justice : the motions and arguments on the questions of a new trial and in arrest of judgment : together with the sentence of the court, and the speech of Mr. Dorr before sentence, from notes taken at the trial.
Douglas, Niel, 1750-1823.
The trial of the Rev. Niel Douglas : before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 26th May 1817, for sedition / taken in shorthand by John Dow.
Dove, William, 1828?-1856.
Trial of William Dove for poisoning his wife, Harriet Dove / William Dove.
Dowling, Joseph A.
Report of the trial in an action between William Vooght, plaintiff, and John Wynch, defendant, tried at Chelmsford Summer Assizes, on the 24th and 25th of July 1818, before Mr. Serjeant Lens, and a special jury / Taken in short-hand, by Joseph A. Dowling.
Duane, William, 1807-1882.
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting information respecting the original amount of a judgement lately obtained by the United States, in the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, against Colonel William Duane / William Duane.
Durrant, William Henry Theodore, d. 1898.
Report of the trial of William Henry Theodore Durrant : indicted for the murder of Blanche Lamont, before the Superior Court of the city and county of San Francisco : including a full history of the case after defendant's conviction ... ; also including a complete synopsis of the evidence in possession of the authorities...