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Eaton, Daniel Isaac, d. 1814.
The proceedings, on the trial of Daniel Isaac Eaton : upon an indictment, for selling a supposed libel, "The second part of the Rights of man, combining principle and practice" by Thomas Paine, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey before the recorder of London
Ebaugh, John S.
In the matter of complaint of Rev. W.R. Gordon vs. Rev. John S. Ebaugh.
A true report of the last trial of Rev. J.S. Ebaugh in the classis of New York, Dec. 1852 : Together with an account of matters leading thereto / By a member of classis.
Edmonds, John W. (John Worth), 1799-1874.
Argument of John W. Edmonds before the Surrogate of New York, November 1857: In the matter of the probate of Henry Parish's will on the subject of implied revocation of a will. Reported by Roberts & Warburton, Law reporters ...
Eldredge, James E., defendant.
The trial for murder of James E. Eldredge : convicted of poisoning Sarah Jane Gould, embracing the speeches of counsel for the prosecution and defence, the evidence, the charge of the judge, and sentence of the prisoner, carefully compiled from original notes of the district attorney, and the presiding judge : special term of St. Lawrence county Oyer and terminer, held at Canton, N.Y., December, 1857.
Elgin, Thomas Bruce, Earl of, 1766-1841.
An authentic account of the proceedings under a writ of enquiry of damages in an action in the court of King's Bench, in which the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin was plaintiff, and William [i.e. Robert] Ferguson, Esq. defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : executed before the sheriff of Middlesex and a special jury on the 22d of December, 1807 ...
Elwin, Captain, defendant.
The trial of Captain Elwin, for criminal conversation with the lady of Sir George Brograve, Bart. before the Right Hon. Lord Ellenborough, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on July the 8th, 1807. With the intercepted letters. Damages two thousand pounds!!! Embellished with a plate.
Epes, William Dandridge, 1806 (ca.)-1848, defendant.
Trial of William Dandridge Epes, for the murder of Francis Adolphus Muir, Dinwiddie County, Virginia: including the testimony submitted in the case, the speeches of counsel, &c. To which are added the confessions of the prisoner, an account of his execution, &c. &c.
Erskine, Thomas Erskine, Baron, 1750-1823.
Christianity vindicated, in the admirable speech of the Hon. Tho. Erskine, in the trial of J. Williams, for publishing Paine's Age of reason, 24th June, 1797.
Eccentricities & anecdotes of Albert John Tirrell : the reputed murderer of the beautiful Maria Bickford, who met her untimely fate on the night of the 25th October 1845, in the moral and religious city of Boston : with an appendix presenting the most authentic evidence concerning the murder / by a lady of Weymouth, Mass.
Estradas de Mina, Carolino, 1809-1832.
The confession of Mina, the Spaniard : who was executed at Doylestown, Penn. on the 21st June, 1832, for the murder of William Chapman / written by himself in Spanish and translated into English.
The life and confession of Carolino Estradas de Mina : executed at Doylestown, June 21, 1832, for poisoning with arsenic, William Chapman / written by himself in the Spanish language, while under sentence of death in the jail at Doylestown, and delivered by him to the sheriff of Bucks County, with a request to have the same translated into English ; translated from the original ms. in Spanish, by C.G.
Evans, Eric Wyn.
Speeches of E. W. Evans and John Lyle King, counsel for the Plaintiff in the Wilkinson-Tribune Libel Suit. Circuit court of Cook County, December term, 1868. George Buckley, re porter.