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General division of the argument. A-Statement of the charges and imputations against Warren. B-Certain general considerations as to the case and testimony. C-The facts as to the engagement of the 31st March. D-The facts as to the movements to reenforce General Sheridan. E-The facts as to the Battle of Five Forks. F-General examination of Warren's conduct through the two days covered by the investigation of the court / Gouverneur Kemble Warren.
by Warren, G. K. (Gouverneur Kemble), 1830-1882. (1865)
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
by MacDonald, Donald, d.1746 (1746)
A genuine account of the behavior, confession, and dying-words of William Hawke and William Jones, who were executed at Tyburn on the 1st of July, 1774 / by John Villette.
by Villette, John, d. 1799. (1774)
A genuine narrative of the life and actions of John Rice, broker. Interspersed with some curious anecdotes. Particularly of the Lord Mayor, and Bishop of Cambray.
by Rice, John (1763)
Genuine memoirs of the life, family and behaviour of Lawrence Shirley, Earl of Ferrers : who was executed ... for the murder of his steward, Mr. Johnston.
by Shirley, Lawrence, d.1760. (1760)
The genuine trial of Francis Sykes, esq. for criminal conversation with the wife of Capt. Parslow of the 3d regiment of Dragoons.
by Sykes, Francis. (1789)
The great Brooklyn romance : all the documents in the famous Beecher-Tilton case, unabridged.
by Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887. defendant. (1874)
The great libel case: Geo. Opdyke agt. Thurlow Weed : a full report of the speeches of counsel, testimony, etc., etc.
by Opdyke, George, 1805-1880, plaintiff. (1865)
High-treason : The whole proceedings on the trial of James Watson, the elder, surgeon, Arthur Thistlewood, gent., Thomas Preston, cordwainer, and John Hooper, labourer, for high-treason ... Together with the whole proceedings in this highly interesting and important trial, given at full length / Taken in short-hand by a gentleman of the bar, expressly for this edition.
by Watson, James, 1766?-1838. defendant. ()
History of the case of the late John Kearny Rodgers, M.D. : Addressed to the profession. By Alexander E. Hosack, M.D.
by Hosack, Alexander Eddy, 1805-1871. (1851)
A history of the private, political, and official villanies of Fernando Wood. To Brown, brothers & co. [etc.] ...
by Ingraham, Abijah. (1856)
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.
by Member of the Philadelphia bar. (1852)
Hon. Chas. Mason's argument in the Morse extension case.
by Mason, Charles, 1804-1882. (18 60)
House of Lords, Thursday, 9 December, 1852. Gibson v. Small. Argument on writ of error as to seaworthiness under "Time" policies / Gibson.
by Gibson. ([18--])