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The veil removed : or H.W. Beecher's trial and acquittal investigated, love demonstrated in plain dealings ...
by Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887. (1874)
The Veiled lady, or, The mysterious witness in the McFarland trial : her confession, her history. Also, the sad history of her lovely but unfortunate cousin; startling disclosures of certain persons in high life.
by Unknown Author ([1870?])
View of the system of Anglo-Irish jurisprudence : and of the effects of trial by jury, when individuals consider themselves belonging to a faction, rather than to the community / by Roger O'Connor, who appeals to the people on whom he calls to return their verdict according to evidence.
by O'Connor, Roger, 1762-1834. (1811)
A Vindication and defense of the German Reformed Church, in the city of New-York, and its pastor : against the repeated attacks made upon them by certain members of the classis of New York.
by Unknown Author (1851)
Virginia vs. West Virginia. Argument of Hon. Reverdy Johnson, in the supreme court of the United States, delivered in behalf of the defendant, Wednesday, May 8, 1867 ...
by Johnson, Reverdy, 1796-1876. (1867)
The Walworth parricide in New York : being a full, impartial, and thrilling account of that horrible tragedy : together with the true causes of the awful deed and statements of both sides.
by Bradshaw, Wesley, 1837-1927. (1873)
Wedded and murdered within an hour! The cruel murder of Mina Muller by Kenkowsky, alias Kettler. The Guttenberg-Hoboken tragedy. A thrilling and remarkable case, which recalls the murder of Mary Rodgers, The Segar Girl ... / Mrs. Philomena (Schmidt) Muller.
by Muller, Mrs. Philomena (Schmidt), d.1881. (1881)
The whole proceedings on the trials of two informations ... against George Gordon, esq., commonly called Lord George Gordon: one for a libel on the Queen of France and the French Ambassador, the other for a libel on the judges, and the administration of the laws in England. Also of Thomas Wilkins, for printing the last-mentioned libel. Tried in the Court of King's Bench ... the 6th of June, 1787, before the Hon. Francis Buller, esq. ... Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney.
by Gordon, George, Lord, 1751-1793, defendant. (1787)
Wickedness in high places : a review of the Beecher case / by Edmund B. Fairfield.
by Fairfield, Edmund B. (Edmund Burke), 1821-1904. (1874)
Wonderful trial of Caroline Lohman, alias Restell, with speeches of counsel, charge of court and verdict of jury : (reported in full for the National Police Gazette.)
by Restell, Madame, 1812-1878, defendant. (1847)