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Fall River, an authentic narrative.
by Williams, C. R. (Catherine Read), 1790-1872. (1833)
The Fall River tragedy. A history of the Borden murders. A plain statement of the material facts pertaining to the most famous crime of the century, including the story of the arrest and preliminary trial of Miss Lizzie A. Borden and a full report of the Superior court trial, with a hitherto unpublished account of the renowned Trickey-McHenry affair, compiled from official sources and profusely illustrated with original engravings. By Edwin H. Porter, police reporter of the Fall River Globe.
by Porter, Edwin H. (1893)
£5,000 damages. : Authentic report of the crim. con. trial of Joynt v. Jackson, in the Exchequer Court, Dublin, commencing May 10th, 1880. / From shorthand notes by a gentleman in court..
by Jackson, James. (1880)
A final reply to the libels of Evan Poultney, late President of the Bank of Maryland : and a further examination of the causes of the failure of that institution.
by Johnson, Reverdy, 1796-1876. (1835)
Findings of the Court of Inquiry and Reviews of the Judge-Advocate-General and of the General of the Army in the Case of Major-General G. K. Warren
by Warren, G. K. (Gouverneur Kemble), 1830-1882. (1883)
First speech of David Paul Brown : delivered in 1818, in the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania against John Binns, for assault and battery.
by Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872. (1858)
The Forrest divorce case. Catharine N. Forrest against Edwin Forrest. Fully and correctly reported by the reporter of the National police gazette; with opening and concluding arguments of counsel, charge of the court, letters from Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, and other persons of standing and influence, together with the Consuelo letter, and other interesting details, leading to this controversy ...
by Forrest, Catharine Norton Sinclair, 1818-1891, plaintiff. (1852)
Forty burglaries of the years 1863-4-5 : the hearing before the magistrates of some of the burglars, and their subsequent trial and conviction : the trial Walker v. Milner, in the court of the Queen's Bench, February 14th & 15th, 1866 ... / by George Price
by Price, George. (1866)
A full and particular account of the trial of Francisco dos Santo, alias, Francisco Son : for the murder of Archibald Graham, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in the city of New-York Jan. 9, 1806 : with the sentence, pronounced against him by his honour the presiding judge
by Santos, Francisco dos, 1776-1806. (1806)
Full and revised report of the eight days' trial in the Court of Queen's Bench on a criminal information against John Sarsfield Casey at the prosecution of Patten Smith Bridge, from November 27th to December 5, 1877.
by Casey, John S. (John Sarsfield), 1846-1896. (1877)
A full report of the arguments of Thomas F. Carpenter, Samuel Y. Atwell, and Joseph M. Blake, attorney general : in the case of the state vs. John and William Gordon : for the murder of Amasa Sprague ... / reported by Edwin C. Larned.
by Carpenter, Thomas F. (1844)
Full report of the extraordinary and interesting trial of Miss Madeleine Smith, of Glasgow, on the charge of poisoning by arsenic her late lover, Emile L'Angelier, including the whole correspondence.
by Smith, Madeleine H., 1835-1893? (1857)
A full report of the trial at bar in the Court of King's Bench, in which the Right Hon. Arthur Wolfe ... prosecuted, and A.H. Rowan was defendant, on an information filed ex officio against the defendant for having published a seditious libel, January 29, 1794
by Rowan, Archibald Hamilton, 1751-1834, defendant. (1794)
Full report of the trial of Samuel M. Andrews, for the murder of Cornelius Holmes.
by Andrews, Samuel M., b. 1830, defendant. (1868)
A full report of the trials of the Bristol rioters before the special commission appointed to deliver the gaol of this city in January 1832, with the sentences and executions consequent thereon; also, a report of the proceedings of the court martial appoited to investigate the conduct of Lieut.-Colonel Brereton, inspecting field officer of the Bristol district : with full particulars of the suicide of that unfortunate officer and the inquest held on his body.
by Unknown Author (1832)