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An account of Governor Wall's escape in 1784, &c / Governor Joseph Wall.
by Wall, Governor Joseph, d1802.
House of Lords, Thursday, 9 December, 1852. Gibson v. Small. Argument on writ of error as to seaworthiness under "Time" policies / Gibson.
Judgment of the referee in the case of Thomas W. Field against Thomas Kinsella for seduction of Emeline Field, wife of the plaintiff, and a copy of the deed of trust of the damages.
by Field, Thomas W.
The Lady Flora Hastings her life and death : with questions for the Queen, and criticisms of her court / Flora Hastings.
by Hastings, Flora, Lady, 1806-1839.
The late Lady Flora Hastings. Statements of The Marquis of Hastings, Marchioness of Tavistock, Lady Portman, Lord Portman, and Sir James Clark.
by Hastings, Flora, Lady, 1806-1839
The Police news edition of the Todmordon murder : Life, trial and examination of Miles Wetherhill, with seven illustrations. With many interesting particulars never before published / Miles Wetherhill.
by Wetherhill, Miles, 1844-1868.
Proceedings on the trial between Mr. John Carter, the chief mate, and Philip Skelton, captain of the ship Albion : for leaving the plaintiff on shore in the island of Celebes in the Indian Ocean.
by Carter, John.
The trial and biography of Return J. M. Ward, the most extraordinary murder named in the calendar of crime ... / Return J. M. Ward
by Ward, Return J. M.
Trial of Mr. Patrick Finney, on a charge of high treason : heard before the Hon. Judge Chamberlaine, and the Hon. Baron Smith, of the last Commission of Oyer and Terminer for this city ... / accurately reported by a Barrister.
by Finney, Patrick.
Trial of William Dove for poisoning his wife, Harriet Dove / William Dove.
by Dove, William, 1828?-1856.