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Tallmadge, Frederick A. (Frederick Augustus), 1792-1869.
Trial of Hon. Frederick A. Tallmadge, general superintendent of metropolitan police, : before James W. Nye, Esq., president, and Hon. James S.T. Stranahan, Thomas B. Stillman, Esq., and James Bowen, Esq., commissioners of police, Hon. Daniel F. Tiemann, mayor of the city of New York, and Hon. Samuel S. Powell, mayor of the city of Brooklyn, ex-officio commissioners of police. : With the argument of his counsel. / Reported by Elbridge T. Gerry, student at law.
Taylor, John, 1790-1863.
A report of the trial of the cause of John Taylor vs. Edward C. Delavan, prosecuted for an alleged libel : tried at the Albany Circuit, April, 1840. And Mr. Delavan's correspondence with the Ex. Committee of the Albany City Temperance Society, &c.
Thayer, Isaac, d. 1825, defendant.
The life, condemnation, dying address, and trial of the three Thayers. Who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17, 1825.
The Life, trial, condemnation, and dying address, of the three Thayers! : Who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17, 1825.
Trial of Israel Thayer Jr., Isaac Thayer, and Nelson Thayer for the murder of John Love : at the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Erie County, at the court-house in Buffalo, in April last : his honor, Reuben H. Walworth, circuit judge for the fourth circuit,
Thistlewood, Arthur, 1770-1820.
The trials of Arthur Thistlewood, : J. Ings, J.T. Brunt, W. Davidson, and R. Tidd, on a charge of high treason in attempting to depose the King and assassinate his ministers. Including the whole of the evidence, speeches of counsel, prisoners' defence, &c. Tried at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, Lord Chief Justice Dallas, the chief Baron Richards, and Mr. Justice Richardson, April 17, 1820, and following days. Taken in short hand. To which is added, a copious account of the execution.
Thorne, J. Williams.
North Carolina in the 19th century : the great ecclesiastical trial of J. Williams Thorne, representative from Warren County, who was expelled for opinion sake by the House of Representatives of North Carolina, on February 24th, 1875.
Tingley, H. F. (Hosea F.)
Incidents in the life of Milton W. Streeter : the jealous and infatuated murderer, who murdered his young and beautiful wife, Elvira W. Streeter, at Southbridge, Mass., October 23, 1848 ...Published by H.F. Tingley.
Tocker, Mary Ann, defendant.
The trial of Mary Ann Tocker : for an alleged libel, on Mr. R. Gurney, vice-warden of the Stannary-court, Devon, with the defence verbatim as delivered by the defendant; to which is added, an address to the jury, and also, an address to the public by Miss Tocker.
Tully, Samuel, 1771-1812, defendant.
A report of the trial of Samuel Tulley and John Dalton, on an indictment for piracy, committed January 21st, 1812. Before the Circuit court of the United States, at Boston, 28th October, 1812. Containing the evidence at large, a sketch of the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the Hon. Judge Story, on pronouncing sentence of death. (From minutes taken at the trial)
Twitchell, George S., d. 1869.
The trial and conviction of George S. Twitchell, Jr., for the murder of Mrs. Mary E. Hill, his mother-in-law : with the eloquent speeches of counsel on both sides and Hon. Judge Brewster's charge to the jury in full : to which are added many interesting facts in regard to the Hills and Twitchells never before published.