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Observations on a libel : for which an indictment was instituted by Richard Gurney ... Vice-warden of the stannaries of Devon, against Miss Mary Ann Tocker; of which the defendant was found not guilty. Tried before Mr. Justice Burrough, at Bodmin, the 5th of August, 1818 ..
by Gurney, Richard, 1790-1843. ()
Official report of the trial of Fanny Hyde, for the murder of Geo. W. Watson, including testimony, the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the court, reported verbatim. With portraits of the defendant and the deceased. From the short-hand notes of William Hemstreet, official reporter of the court
by Hyde, Fanny (Windley), Mrs., 1853- (1872)
Opening argument of Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, one of the managers on the impeachment of the President.
by Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893. (1868)
Opinion of Judge N.K. Hall, of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, on habeas corpus in the case of Rev. Judson D. Benedict; : and documents and statement of facts relating thereto.
by Hall, Nathan Kelsey, 1810-1874. (1862)
Opinion of the attorney general in the case of the "Soscol Rancho."
by United States. Attorney-General (1866)
Opinion of the Hon. Alfred Conkling, district judge of the United States for the northern district of New York : on a motion in behalf of the tenant for a new trial, in the case of Martha Bradstreet vs. Henry Huntington, delivered at the May term of the court in 1834.
by Conkling, Alfred, 1789-1874. (1834)
Opinion of the Supreme court of the United States, at January term, 1832, delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall, together with the opinion of Mr. Justice McLean, in the case of Samuel A. Worcester, plaintiff in error, versus the state of Georgia: with a statement of the case, extracted from the records of the Supreme Court of the United States.
by Unknown Author (1832)
The O'Shea-Parnell divorce case. Full and complete proceedings.
by Parnell, Charles Stewart, 1846-1891. ([1890-1899])
Particulars respecting the trial, condemnation and execution of Major Henry Alexander Campbell, at the Armagh assizes, August 10, 1808, for killing, in a duel, Captain Alexander Boyd : together with two letters by Major Campbell...
by Campbell, Henry Alexander, d. 1808.> (1808)
The people against Edward H. Ruloff : for the murder of Frederick A. Mirrick / Edward Howard Rulloffson.
by Rulloff, Edward H. (Edward Howard), 1819-1871. (1872)
The people of the state of New York vs. George E. Gordon : closing argument to the jury, delivered by Henry Smith, at the Scoharie Circuit, May 3d and 4th, 1866 / reported by P. Deming, stenographer.
by Smith, Henry, d. 1884. (1866)
The People vs. Edward H. Ruloff : argument of Marshall B. Champlain, Attorney-General, State of New York, upon the trial of the prisoner for murder, January, 1871, at the court house, in Binghamton, Broome Co., N.Y. / reported by William O. Wyckoff.
by Champlain, Marshall B. (1871)
Pictorial life and adventures of Mrs. Whipple & Jesse Strang, the murderer of Mr. Whipple / by editor of the New York National police gazette ...
by Wilkes, George, 1817-1885. ()
Piracy of registered designs. M'Crea v. Holdsworth. Important trial in the court of Queen's bench / Henry Charles M'Crea.
by M'Crea, Henry Charles. (1864)
The Pirates : a brief account of the horrid massacre of the captain, mate, and supercargo of the schooner Plattsburg, of Baltimore, on the high seas, in July 1816, by a part of the crew of said vessel ... : annexed, are some remarks relating to the trial
by Unknown Author (1819)
Plain statement of the facts in the case of Daniel L. Gear, and review of Rev. Dr. Parsons Cooke's defence, &c.
by Bagnall, William R., d. 1892. (1859)
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. ([18--?])
The political institutions and constitutional law of the United States
by Conkling, Alfred, 1789-1874. (1865)
Poor Mary Pomeroy! the Jersey City music teacher.
by Unknown Author (1874)
Poor Mary Stannard! : a full and thrilling story of the circumstances connected with her murder : history of the monstrous Madison crime ...
by Unknown Author (1879)
The president, directors and company of the Mechanics' Bank in the City of New York, respondents, against the New York and New Haven Railroad Company, appellants / argument of Wm. Curtis Noyes, Esq. for the appellants
by Noyes, William Curtis, 1805-1864. (1856)
The president of the Western farm mortgage company, F. M. Perkins, vs. J. B. Watkins. Libel suit for $10,000 damages.
by Perkins, Francis M. (1880)
The proceedings and tryal in the case of the Most Reverend Father in God William Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Right Reverend Fathers in God, William Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, John Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Jonathan Lord Bishop of Bristol.
by Sancroft, William, 1617-1693. (1689)
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.
by Mordaunt, John, Sir, 1697-1780. (1758)
Proceedings of an ecclesiastical concil, in the case of the proprietors of Hollis-street meeting-house and the Rev. John Pierpont, their pastor, prepared from the official journal and original documents / by Samuel K. Lothrop.
by Pierpont, John, 1785-1866, defendant. (1841)
The proceedings of the court convened under the third canon of 1844, in the city of New York ... December 10, 1844 : for the trial of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., bishop of New York; on a presentment made by the bishops of Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia ....
by Onderdonk, Benjamin T. (Benjamin Tredwell), 1791-1861, respondent. (1845)
Proceedings of the French National Convention on the trial of Louis XVI, late King of France and Navarre; to which are added several interesting occurrences and particulars attending the treatment, sentence, and execution of the ill-fated monarch; the whole carefully collected from authentic documents, and republished with additions, from the paper of the World. By Joseph Trapp.
by Louis XVI, King of France, 1754-1793, defendant. (1793)
Proceedings of the general court martial in the trial of Major John Gordon of the late 8th West India Regiment.
by Gordon, John, defendant. (1804)
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. ([18--?])
The proceedings, on the trial of Daniel Isaac Eaton : upon an indictment, for selling a supposed libel, "The second part of the Rights of man, combining principle and practice" by Thomas Paine, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey before the recorder of London
by Eaton, Daniel Isaac, d. 1814. (1793)
Procès de Darmès devant la Cour des pairs : attentat contre la vie du roi.
by Darmès, Marius Ennemond, 1797-1841. (1840)
Procès de Fieschi et de ses complices : devant la Cour des pairs, précédé des faits préliminaires et de l'acte d'accusation.
by Fieschi, Giuseppe Marco, 1790-1836, defendant. (1836)
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.
by McCune, William Clement, 1821-1894, Defendant. (1877)
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.
by Matthews, Robert, b. 1788. (1834)
The protest and appeal of George Washington Doane, Bishop of New Jersey : as aggrieved, by William Meade, George Burgess, and Charles Pettit McIlvaine : and his reply to the false, calumnious, and malignant representations of William Halsted, Caleb Perkins, Peter V. Coppuck, and Bennington Gill : on which they ground their uncanonical, unchristian and inhuman procedure, in regard to him
by Doane, George Washington, 1799-1859. (1852)
The Public Lands for Homesteads.
by Unknown Author (1866)
The Public Lands in California. Review of the Bills before Congress for Enlarging the Grants for the Benefit of that State
by Unknown Author (1866)
Putnam vs. White
by Putnam, Daniel (1823)