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M'Crea, Henry Charles.
Piracy of registered designs. M'Crea v. Holdsworth. Important trial in the court of Queen's bench / Henry Charles M'Crea.
M'Donnough, William, d. 1818?
Trial of William M'Donnough on an indictment for the murder of his wife, Elizabeth M'Donnough : before the Hon. Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at November term, holden at Boston, in the county of Suffolk, on the fourth Tuesday of November, 1817 / from minutes taken at the trial by a gentleman of the bar.
M'Laren, Alexander, defendant.
The trial of Alexander M'Laren, and Thomas Baird, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 5th and 7th March 1817, for sedition. Taken in shorthand by John Dow.
MacDonald, Donald, d.1746
A genuine account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words, of the three Scots Rebels, viz. Donald MacDonald, James Nicholson; and Walter Ogilvie. (all officers in the Young Pretender's service) who were executed the 22d day of August 1746 for high treason
Mackenzie, Peter, 1799-1875.
The life of Thomas Muir Esq., advocate, younger of Huntershill near Glasgow : one of the celebrated reformers of 1792-93 : who was tried for sedition before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, and sentenced to transportation for fourteen years : with a full report of his trial. By Peter Mackenzie.
Report of the proceedings, upon an inquisition of damages, in acause between the Rev. George Markham, plaintiff, and John Fawcett, Esq, defendant; for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife... / George Markham.
Margarot, Maurice, d. 1816.
The trial of Maurice Margarot, delegate from London to the British Convention : before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, 1794, for sedition / taken in shorthand by Mr. Ramsey.
Mason, Charles, 1804-1882.
Hon. Chas. M ason's argument in the Morse extension case.
Matthews, Robert, b. 1788.
The false prophet! : the very interesting and remarkable trial of Matthias, the false prophet, at White Plains, Westchester County, New-York, for the alleged murder of Mr. Elijah Pierson / reported ... by W.E. Drake, shorthand-writer.
The prophet! : a full and accurate report of the judicial proceedings in the extraordinary and highly interesting case of Matthews, alias Matthias, charged with having swindled Mr. B.H. Folger ... / by W.E. Drake, congressional and law reporter.
McCune, William Clement, 1821-1894, Defendant.
The process, testimony and opening argument of the prosecution, vote and final minutes : in the judicial trial of Rev. W.C. McCune / by the Presbytery of Cincinnati, from March 5 to March 27, 1877.
McCurry, Henry, 1819?-1845?
The confession of Henry M'Curry, embodying particulars of his life : convicted on the 12th of March, 1845 ... of the murder of Paul Roux, of Macon, Geo. : with a sketch of his trial, and sentence of death, as pronounced by the Hon. Judge Brice, March 18, 1845
Member of the Philadelphia bar.
A history of the trial of Castner Hanway and others, for treason : at Philadelphia in November, 1851 : with an introduction upon the history of the slave question / by a Member of the Philadelphia bar.
Merritt, Henry W., 1804-1854.
Trial of Henry W. Merritt, a special justice for preserving the peace in the City of New York : containing the several opinions delivered by the judges, the speech of the district attorney, and the opinion delivered by the late Judge Irving in the case of Abraham M. Valentine.
Merritt, Timothy, 1775-1845.
A vindication of the result of the trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery : to which is prefixed his statement of facts relative to the circumstances by which he became involved in the prosecution / [T. Merritt, J.A. Merrill, W. Fisk]
Moir, William, Captain.
The trial of Captain Moir, at Chelmsford, on Friday July 30, 1830, before Lord Chief-Justice Tenterden, for the wilful murder of William Malcolm, a fisherman.
Montagu, Edward Wortley, 1713-1776.
A memorial, or Humble petition presented to the judge in the High Court of Tournelle in Paris by the Honourable Edward Wortley Montagu esq. ... and Theobald Taaffe, esq. ... against Abraham Payba, alias James Roberts, and Louis Pierre, jeweller : appealing from the sentence given in favour of the said Roberts and Pierre, the 14th of June, 1752 ... / translated from the original printed at Paris.
Moore, J. Sheridan.
The case of Dr. Frederick Beer, with a comment and notes / by J. Sheridan Moore, Principal of Randwich college.
Mordaunt, John, Sir, 1697-1780.
The proceedings of a general court-martial : held in the council-chamber at Whitehall, on Wednesday the 14th, and continued by several adjournments to Tuesday the 20th of December 1757, upon the trial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Mordaunt, by virtue of his Majesty's warrant, bearing date the 3d day of the same month.
The trial of John Motherhill, for committing a rape on the body of Miss Catharine Wade. Tried at the assize holden at East Grinstead for the county of Sussex, on Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786, before the Hon. Sir. William Henry Ashhurst / John Motherhill
Mowrey, James D., defendant.
Love & arsenic : the great Piqua murder : full report of the examination of James D. Mowrey, acccesory to the murder of Arthur Ragan, of Piqua, before Hon. Joseph Pearson, Probate Judge / reported by C.W. Tolford.
Muir, Thomas, 1765-1798, defendant.
An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, esq. younger, of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh. On the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for sedition.
The trial of Thomas Muir, Esq., younger of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, upon Friday and Saturday the 30th and 31st days of August 1793, on a charge of sedition / the whole accurately taken down in shorthand ; with an elegant portrait of Mr. Muir ; to which is annexed an appendix, containing all the papers referred to in the course of the trial
Muller, Mrs. Philomena (Schmidt), d.1881.
Wedded and murdered within an hour! The cruel murder of Mina Muller by Kenkowsky, alias Kettler. The Guttenberg-Hoboken tragedy. A thrilling and remarkable case, which recalls the murder of Mary Rodgers, The Segar Girl ... / Mrs. Philomena (Schmidt) Muller.
Murray, John Fisher, 1811-1865.
Lady Flora Hastings. The court doctor dissected; with observations on the statements of Ladies Portman and Tavistock. / By John Fisher Murray.