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K540 .R46 1867 Remarkable trials of all countries : particularly of the United States, Great Britain, Ireland, and France : with notes and speeches of counsel, containing thrilling narratives of fact from the court room : also, historical reminiscences of wonderful events / 1
K540 .R46 1867i Remarkable trials of all countries particularly of the United States, Great Britain, Ireland, and France, with notes and speeches of counsel : containing thrilling narratives of fact from the courtroom, also historical reminiscences of wonderful events / 1
K540 .R46 1870i Remarkable trials of all countries particularly of the United States, Great Britain, Ireland, and France, with notes and speeches of counsel : containing thrilling narratives of fact from the courtroom, also historical reminiscences of wonderful events / 1
K540 .T73 1960i Nine famous trials 1
K540.T75i Complete report of the trial of Edward O. Coburn, and Benjamin F. Dalton, for the manslaughter of William Sumner 1
K540 .T75i A Brief review of some of the points in the case of the L'Amistad and the principles involved
Particulars of the piracies committed by the commanders and crews of the Buenos Ayrean ship Louisa, and those of the sloops Mary, of Mobile, and Lawrence, of Charleston : wherein is accurately described the murder of Capt. Sunley and four of the crew of the British brig Ann : collated from the statements given by the Bucaniers who have been apprehended and confined in Charleston Gaol, some of whom have since become state's evidence : with the time of their arrest, trial, condemnation, or discharge, and some general observations : to which is added the confession of Henry Robert Wolf : together with an account of the execution of Clark and Wolf.
Mail robbery by slave United States v. Amy.
Anthony Burns, a history
Argument of Wendell Phillips, Esq., before the Committee on Federal Relations, (of the Massachusetts Legislature) in support of the petitions for the removal of Edward Greely Loring from the office of judge of probate, February 20, 1855
The arrest, trial and release of Daniel Webster, a fugitive slave correspondence of the anti-slavery standard.
An article on the Latimer case, from the March number of the law reporter
Exposition of the proceedings of John P. Darg, Henry W. Merritt, and others in relation to the robbery of Darg, the elopement of his alleged slave : and the trial of Barney Corse, who was unjustly charged as an accessary.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, (on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Tortola.) Indiana, John Jacob Guyer, master, Jermiah Vernice, of the island of Saint Thomas, merchant, claimant of the Cargo, as the property of Juan Bailey, of the island of Parto Rico, merchant, a subject of His Majesty Ferdinand the Seventh, King of Spain, appellant, Charles Bishop Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondent appellant's case.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Cupid, Rowland Tatham, master, case and appendix, upon the hearing of the question as to the freight, demurrage and expences case.
Argument of Robert J. Walker, Esq., before the Supreme Court of the United States, on the Mississippi slave question, at January term, 1841 involving the power of Congress and of the states to prohibit the inter-state slave trade.
Before the Lords Commissioners for hearing appeals in Prize-Causes the St. Antonio de Padua, otherwise the Dragon, Jaime de Miguel, master : Arthur Forrest, Esq., late commander in chief of His Majesty's ships and vessels stationed on the island of Jamaica, appellant, Jacob Carillo Saldana, the pretended owner of the said ship and goods, respondent : in appeal from Jamaica : appellant's case.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Walfarden, Frederick Gravel, master, Messrs. Chalmers & Cowie, of London, merchants, for the claimant of the said ship and her cargo on behalf of Peter Backman, of Gottenburgh, merchant, a subject of His Majesty the King of Sweden, appellant, against George Hocquard, commander of the private ship of war, comus, the captor, respondent (on an appeal from the Hight Court of admiralty of England.) : case on behalf of the appellant.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Maria, Rafael de Urrutia, Master, on her second capture, an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahama Islands : Rafael de Urrutia, the master and claimant of the said schooner, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, on behalf of Don Pedro Carricabura, and of the cargo laden on board the same, on behalf of Don Joze Bulnes, both of the Havanna, in the Island of Cuba, and subjects of His Most Catholic Majesty the King of Spain, appellant, against Lieutenant R. Yates, commander of His Majesty's Brig of War Variable, the captor and Iltid Nicholl, Esquire, His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents case on behalf of the claimants and appellants.
An argument delivered in the Supreme Court of the United States, April 28, 1886, in three cases of Lorenzo Snow, plaintiff in error, v. the United States, on writs of error to the Supreme Court of Utah Territory
His ten wives the travels, trial and conviction of the Mormon apostle, Lorenzo Snow, from Nauvoo to the penitentiary, from the record.
A report of the trial of the Reverend Thomas Jephson, for a misdemeanor at the Cambridge Summer Assizes, 1823, on Wednesday, July 23 before Mr. Serjeant Bosanquet, and a common jury.
The trial of Capt. William Chapman for the wilful murder of Robert Dunn on board the Apollo slave ship : as taken in short hand : containing the speeches at length of the counsel, the evidence verbatim of the witnesses, the prisoner's defence, correct copied of the letters and documents produced in court and the charge of the judge to the jury : the whole being a faithful narrative of every particular that transpired during the important and interesting investigation.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, (an appeal from the Court of Vice-Admiralty of the Island of Jamaica.) the Echo, William Nicholl, master, Saturnine Bernard Garrick the claimant of the cargo laden on board the said ship on behalf of himself, Cornelius Christian Westphal and John Godfrey Wacksmuth his copartners in trade, under the firm of S.B. Garrick, Westphal, and Co., of New York, merchants, subjects of the United States of America, the sole owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against Batholomew Samuel Rowley Esquire, commander of His Majesty's ship of War Penelope, the captor of the said ship and cargo, respondent case on behalf of the appellant.
History of the proceedings, with the arguments of counsel and decision of the court, in the case of the United States vs. R.T. Bates & others, indicated for piracy on the high seas before the United States commissioner and in the United States Court for the district of South Carolina /
History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Frederick, Hugh Graham, master, Rowland Craig, the supercargo, claimant of the ship, on behalf of Henry Sadler and Co., of New York, and of the Cargo, on behalf of the said Henry Sadler and Co., John and Nathan M'Vicar and Co., William Baillie, John Juhel and Co., and Gurdon S. Mumford, al of New York, and respectively citizens of the United States of America, appellant, against James Newman, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war La Loire, respondent on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.
Henry T. Osborn, plaintiff in error, vs. Young A.G. Nicholson, et al., defendants in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Arkansas : slave contracts /
A legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey, at the May term, 1845, at Trenton for the deliverance of 4,000 persons from bondage /
The trial of Peter Atkins, boatman of Deal, for felony and piracy upon the high seas within the jurisdiction of the admiralty of England, in plundering the cargo and tackle of the Ship Endeavour, when stranded on the goodwin sands : at a session of Oyer and Terminer and Goal Delivery for the Admiralty of England, held at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, on Friday, the 26th of June, 1807 /
In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon
The case of Nathaniel Jennison for attempting to hold a Negro, as a slave in Massachusetts in 1781
United States-Norway arbitration under the special agreement of June 30, 1921 the claim of Page brothers : argument of the United States.
Original bill, the Banque Franco-Egyptienne and others against William Butler Duncan, impleaded with others, cross bill, William Butler Duncan against the Banque Franco-Egyptienne and others brief for defendants to cross bill on final hearing.
Opening argument of John M. Patton in the case of the Commonwealth v. Garner, &c., on the boundary between Ohio and Virginia, delivered before the General Court of Virginia, at its December term 1845.
The judgment of the Right Hon. Lord Stowell, respecting the slavery of the mongrel woman, Grace on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Antigua, Michaelmas term, 1827 /
In the matter of the taxation of the commissioners' bill of costs in re the Harlem River before Mr. Justice Barrett, at Chambers, April 30, 1883 : Mr. Barlett's argument in opposition to the bill of costs.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Brig Sally, Alexander Duguid, master, Alexander Duguid, of Newbury in North Carolina, master of the said Brig Sally, Alexander Shaw, of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, merchant and James Harker of Beaufort in North Carolina, claimants, and as asserted appellants, against William Goss, commander of the private ship of War Little Ann, the captor, and appellate case upon the protest and petition of the said William Goss.
Before the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, States General Peter Dardelǐ, master, Joseph Brownlow, commander of the private ship of war Kate, appellant, against Peter Dardelǐ, the master and claiment of the said ship or Brigantine States General, and her cargo, as the property of himself and other American subjects, respondents the appellant's case, on motion for inhibition.
The rendition of Anthony Burns
Schooner Amistad, (to accompany bill H.R. no. 328) April 10, 1844
An official report of the trials of sundry Negroes, charged with an attempt to raise an insurrection in the state of South Carolina, preceded by an introduction and narrative and in an appendix a report of the trials of four white persons, on indictments for attempting to excite the slave to insurrection /
A part of a speech pronounced by Francis S. Key, Esq., on the trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. before the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, at the March term thereof 1836, on an indictment for publishing libels with intent to excite sedition and insurrection among the slaves and free coloured people of said district.
A review of the trial conviction and sentence of George F. Alberti for kidnapping
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Mercury, Francis Speck, master, an appeal from Antigua, Archibald M. Cock, claimant of the said ship and her cargo, on behalf of John Juel, of New York and a citizen of the United States of America, the true, lawful and sole owner and proprietor thereof, claimant and appellant against Henry Heathcote, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Galatea and Charles Bishop, Esq., His Majesty's procurator-general, captor and respondents case on behalf of the claimant and appellant : Slade, Bedford and Slade, proctors for the claimant and appellant.
The trial of Arthur Hodge, Esq., (late one of the members of His Majesty's Council for the Virgin-Islands) at the island of Tortola, on the 25th April, 1811, and adjourned to the 29th of the same month, for the murder of his Negro man slave named Prosper
Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the city of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave trading
The slave trade not declared piracy by the act of 1820 the United States vs. William C. Corrie, presentment for piracy : opinion of the Hon. A.G. Magrath, district judge in the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of South Carolina, upon a motion for leave to enter a nol., pros., in the case.
A report of the case of the Jeune Eugenie determined in the Circuit Court of the United States, for the First Circuit, at Boston, December, 1821 : with an appendix /
In the House of Lords, (from the Court of Session in Scotland), the Lady Sophia Frederica Christina Hastings Mure, now Marchioness of Bute, and (by order of the House) the Most Honourable John Crichton Stuart Marquis of Bute, her husband, for his interest, appellants, the Most Honourable Paulyn Reginald Serlo Marquis of Hastings, Earl of Loudoun, and the Most Honourable Barbara Yelverton Marchioness of Hastings, Baroness Grey De Ruthyn, his guardian and factrix loco tutoris, and others, respondents Lord Henry Weysford Charles Plantagenet Hastings, and Patrick Dalmahoy, writer to the Signet, his tutor ad litem, appellants : the aforesaid Marquis of Hastings, Earl of Loudoun, and others, respondents : the Lady Edith Rawdon Hastings, and Mathew Norman MacDonald, writer to the Signet, her tutor ad litem, appellants : the aforesaid Marquis of Hastings, Earl of Loudoun, and others, respondents : record in the Court of Session in the said three several appeals, and joint appendix.
The speech of Francis late Lord Bishop of Rochester, at the bar of the House of Lords, on Saturday the 11th of May, 1723 in his defence against the bill then depending, for inflicting pains and penalties upon him.
Trial of a slave in Berbice, for the crime of obeah and murder proceedings of the Court of Criminal Justice of the Colony Berbice, on the trial of the Negro Willem, alias Sara, alias Cuffey, for murder of the Negress Madalon : and also the trials of the Negroes Primo, Mey, Kees, and Corydon, for aiding and abetting in said murder.
The trial and execution, for petit treason of Mark and Phillis, slaves of Capt. John Codman who murdered their master at Charlestown, Mass., in 1755, for which the man was hanged and gibbeted and the woman was burned to death : including also some account of other punishments by burning in Massachusetts /
Unconstitutionality of the Fugitive Act argument of Byron Paine, Esq., and opinion of Hon. A.D. Smith, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the state of Wisconsin.
Unconstitutionality of the Fugitive Slave Act decisions of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin in the cases of Booth and Rycraft.
Speech of Salmon P. Chase in the case of the colored woman, Matilda who was brought before the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County, Ohio, by writ of habeas corpus, March 11, 1837.
The United States of America, by information, versus the Schooner Wanderer and cargo, G.B. Lamar, claimant John A. Andrew, A.G. Browne, Jr., proctors for the claimant : the claimant's points.
Argument in opposition to the contest of Robert M. La Follette, Isaac Stephenson, W.D. Connor and J.H. Stout, and their alternates for seats in the National Republican Convention to be held at Chicago, June 21, 1904, in place of John C. Spooner, Joseph V. Quarles, Joseph W. Babcock and Emil Baensch and their alternates, the duly elected and accredited delegates at large to said convention from the state of Wisconsin
Authenticated report of the trial of Thomas Reynolds, for riot and assault at the Cobourg Gardens, Dublin on the third of August, 1835, held before the Right Hon. the Chief Justice Doherty and Baron the Hon. Sir William Cusack Smith, bart., on Friday, 30th October
A solemn declaration of Mr. Daniel Perreau, addressed to the public
Speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York, in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868
An Exposure of the misrepresentations contained a professed report of the trial of Mr. John N. Maffitt, before a council of ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church, convented in Boston, December 26, 1822
In the District Court of the United States, Southern District of New York, the United States of America, petitioner, v. the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and others, defendants original petition.
Report of the trial of George Ryan before the Superior Court, at Charlestown, N.H. in the county of Cheshire, May term, 1811, for highway robbery.
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 /
Investigation of the Police department of the city of New York proceedings from December 11 to December 29, 1894.
Proceedings of the Senate, when sitting as a Court of Impeachment
Report of the trial of an action, wherein Samuel Rosborough, Esq., was plaintiff, and Richard Franklin Gough, Esq., was defendant before the Right Hon. John Lord Norbury, chief justice of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, and a special jury, the 25th day of February, 1810 /
The trial (at large) of Joseph Stacpoole, Esq., William Grapper, attorney at law, and James Lagier for wilfully and maliciously shooting at John Parker, Esq., tried at the Assize held at Maidstone for the county of Kent, on Thursday, March 20, 1777 before the Honourable Sir Richard Aston, knt., one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's-Bench /
Miners' federation of Great Britain, in the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Wednesday, 27th January,1904, beforeاMr. Justice Lawrance and a special jury, the Denaby & Cadeby Main Collieries, Limited v. the Yorkshire Miners' Association and others
The trial of the boot & shoemakers of Philadelphia on an indictment for a combination and conspiracy to raise their wages
In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Isaac E. Davis and George F. Sharp, respondents, vs. D.W. Perley et al., appellants appellants' brief in reply.
Byron C. Woodruff vs. Abel Easton and Edward Boote respondent's points.
A report on an investigation of billboard advertising in the city of New York
Đ5,000 damages authentic report of the crim. con. trial of Joynt v. Jackson in the Exchequer Court, Dublin, commencing May 10th, 1880 /
A history of the Amistad captives being a circumstantial account of the capture of the Spanish Schooner Amistad by the Africans on board, their voyage and capture near Long Island, New York : with biographical sketches of each of the surviving Africans also, an account of the trials had on their case, before the District and Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of Connecticut /
Bertha R. Kenkele and John P. Kenkele as surviving trustees, &c., plaintiff's, respondents, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants, appellants brief for defendants, appellants.
A Defence and substance of the trial of John Donnellan, Esq., who was convicted for the murder of Sir Theodosius Boughton, bart., at the Assizes held at Warwick on Friday the 30th of March 1781, before the Hon. Francis Buller, Esq., one of His Majesty's justices of the Court of King's Bench founded on the case solemnly attested by the sifferer after his conviction and published at the request of his solicitors, Messrs. Inge and Webb.
The trial of Joseph Mason for the killing of William Farrel : at the late Court of Oyer and Terminer, in and for the county of Onondaga, July 6, 1820 : embracing, in substance, all the testimony in this cause, the speech of the attorney-general, on the part of the prosecution, and of John W. Hulbert, for the prisoner : together with a charge to the jury and sentence of the prisoner, by His Honor William W. Van Ness, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the state of New York /
Lord Kilkerran reporter information for Major James Dalrymple, defender, against Mr. Archibald Stewart advocate, pursuer.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Diligente, Stephen Blanchard, master, Stephen Blanchard, the master, claimant of the schooner and cargo, on behalf and as the property of Messrs. John James Vaucrosson and Peter Augustus Vaucrosson, of the island of St. Bartholomew, merchants and subjects of the King of Sweden, also claimant of three hundred doubloons, or pieces of gold, each of them equal in value to sixteen dollars, on behalf of the supercargo, Anthony Watcher Vaucrosson, also of the island of St. Bartholomew, and a subject of the King of Sweden, appellants, against John Egan, commander of the private Ship of War Colpoys, the captor, respondent on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Tortola : appellants' case.
The trial of Timothy Murphy at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey for felony and forgery on Saturday, January 13, 1753 /
No. 40, O.P. Rumball et als, libellants and appellants, vs. Thomas J. Stewart et als, respondents and appellees, no. 92, Thomas J. Stewart et als, libellants and appellees, vs. O.P. Rumball et als, respondents and appellants brief for appellees.
Sketches of the life of William Stuart the first and most celebrated counterfeiter of Connecticut : comprising startling details of daring feats performed by himself, perils by sea and land, frequent arrests and imprisonment, blowing out of jail with powder, failure of escape after he had led his cowardly associates out of the horrible pit in Simsbury, into the prison yard, &c. /
The counter case of Peru in the matter of the controversy arising out of the question of the Pacific, before the President of the United States of America Arbitrator : under the protocol and supplementary act between the Republic of Peru and the Republic of Chile, signed July 20, 1922, at Washington, D.C., ratified January 15, 1923.
The proceedings at large, in a cause on an action brought by Anthony Fabrigas, gent., against Lieutenant General John Mostyn, governor of the island of Minorca, colonel of the first regiment of Dragoon Guards and one of the grooms of His Majesty's Bed-Chamber : for false imprisonment and banishment from Minorca to Carthagena in Spain : tried before Mr. Justice Gould, in the Court of Common-Pleas, in Guildhall, London, on the 13th of July, 1773 : containing the evidence verbatim as delivered by the witnesses, with all the speeches and arguments of the counsel and of the court /
Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Alexander Mitchell, merchant in Aberdeen
In the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, Trinity term, 26th Victoria, the Attorney General v. Sillem and others claiming the vessel "Alexandra," seized under the Foreign Enlistment Act (59 George III., chapter 69) : report of the trial before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Baron and a special jury : with an appendix.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New Mexico, January term, A.D. 1916, Mary Lester Field, appellant, vs. Clarence A. Hudson, appellee appeal from the District Court of Bernalillo County : brief for appellant.
The trial of Archibald Stewart, Esq., late Lord Provost of Edinburgh before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, for neglect of duty and misbehaviour in the execution of his office as Lord Provost of Edinburgh, before and at the time the rebels got possession of that city in the month of September 1745 /
The trial of Andrew M'Kinley before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 26th July, 1817, for administering unlawful oaths with the antecedent proceedings against William Edgar, John Keith, and Andrew M'Kinley /
Argument of Benjamin F. Butler, in behalf of the government, in the case of Lambdin P. Milligan and others, petitioners for a writ of habeas corpus, before the Supreme Court of the United States, at Washington, D.C., December term, 1865
Conduct of George W. English, United States district judge, Eastern District of Illinois. hearing before the Special Committee of the House of Representatives pursuant to House Joint Resolution 347 : December 1, 1925 : testimony of Charles M. Polk.
Contested election case of William F. Aldrich v Gaston A. Robbins from the Fourth Congressional District of the state of Alabama : brief for contestant.
In the matter of the visitation and inspection of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children by the Supreme Court pursuant to section 16 of the membership corporations law decision of the Supreme Court and report of referee.
In the matter of William Kenner & Co., and of Richard Clague and John Oldham versus their creditors, C. Price & Morgan and others, appellants appeal from the court of the parish and city of New-Orleans, to the Honourable the Supreme Court of the state of Louisiana.
Teeval Co., respondent, v. Stern, petitioner brief for petitioner.
An address to the creditors of Joseph Windle Cole in reference to the proceedings in bankruptcy arising out of the great city frauds of Cole, Davidson, & Gordon /
The tryal of William Viscount Stafford for high treason in conspiring the death of the King, the extirpation of the Protestant religion, the subversion of the government, and introduction of popery into this realm : begun in Westminster-Hall, the 30th of November, 1680, and continued until the 7th of December following : with the manner of his execution on the 29th of the same month, and his speech on the Scaffold.
The Gladiator, New Bedford Steam Coasting Corporation, claimant, appellant, v. Joshua F. Nickerson, libellant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, from final decree (Nelson, J.), July 24, 1896 : record.
Points and authorities in support of the Price Charity before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts with an appendix containing Chief Justice Shaw's opinion upon Count Rumford's charity and other leading cases of the law of Massachusetts upon charitable trusts.
The Life, trial and execution of Catherine Hayes who was burnt for petit-treason, also of Thomas Billings, who was executed for murder : and the life, trial, &c., of Thomas Wood, who was condemned for the same murder, but died before the day of execution.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words of Capt. Joseph Halsey, who was executed at Execution-Dock, on Wednesday the fourteenth of March, 1759, for the murder of Daniel Davidson
Mayor, aldermen, &c., of the city of N. Orleans, defendants and appellants, vs. the U. States, complainants and appellees case for appellant.
The trial of Helen Watt, widow of the deceased Alexander Keith of Northfield and William Keith, eldest lawful son procreated betwixt the said deceased Alexander Keith and the said Helen Watt for the alledged murder of the said Alexander Keith of Northfield : before the Circuit Court of Justiciary held at Aberdeen, on the 4th, 5th and 6th days of September 1766, by the Right Honourable Lord Kaims, one of the lords commissioners of Justiciary.
The whole life and conversation, birth, parentage and education of John Barnes who was executed at Tyburn for the murder of the widow Edgebrook in Shakesby's-Walks, Shadwell : together with his whole tryal and examination at the Old-Bailey, his behaviour and confession under sentence of death and his last dying speech at the place of execution /
The New York Trust Company and Elias J. Jacoby, plaintiffs, vs. the Cincinnati, Findlay and Fort Wayne Railway Company, the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway Company, Bankers Trust Company and Central Trust Company of New York, defendants order appointing receiver.
In the District Court of Appeal state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant no.1437, felony, to wit offering a bride : transcript on appeal from the judgment of the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the city and county of San Francisco, and from the order of said court denying defendant's motion for a new trial, etc.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Resolution, G.F. Westerstrale, master act on petition, 1804.
In the District Court of the United States, in and for the South-Carolina District, Joseph Almeida, captain of the American Privateer Schooner Caroline, versus the Schooner Carlscrona, her tackle, and cargo
George Shea painted as he is, the Marine Court ring of 1870 to 1874, startling but true revelations : interview of ex-Judge Curtis by a reporter of a prominent morning Journal.
George R. Moore, plaintiff and respondent, against William C. Conner and others, executors, &c., defendants and appellants action no. 1 : case and exceptions and return from Marine Court.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States miscellaneous and Florida.
The trials at large of W. Grimshaw and R. Kidman, (with a short narrative of their lives,) for burglaries and robberies, committed in the House of Mr. Joseph Butcher and in Caius College, in the University of Cambridge and of Henry Cohen as an accessory before the fact tried before the Hon. Sir Nash Grose, one of His Majesty's Justices of the King's Bench, on Friday and Saturday, the thirteenth and fourteenth of March, 1801 : also of Henry Cohen, as an accessory after the fact, tried before Baron Notham, one of His Majesty's justices of the King's Bench, on Wednesday, July 22, 1801 /
English causes cľ̈bres, or, Reports of remarkable trials
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, De Waesmunster, Andries Feigel, master, appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Jamaica, Elisha Tyler of the Island of Jamaica, merchant, claimant of the said ship Waesmunster, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, on behalf and as the true, lawful, and sole property of Nicholas Kemna of Waesmunster in Flanders, a subject of His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Germany, and also claimant of all and singular the goods, wares, and merchandizes, laden therein, on behalf, and as the real, true, lawful, and sole property of the said Nicholas Kemna, Andries Feigel, the master of the said ship, and others imperial neutral subjects, claimant and appellant, against Charles Hotchkys, Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Hydra, his officers and mariners, the captors of the said ship and goods, captors and respondents appellant's case.
John H. Cole, as administrator, respondent, against the Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company, appellant case and exceptions.
The case of Capt. George Burrish, late commander of His Majesty's ship the Dorsetshire
Francis Vose, vs. Southern Inland Navigation and Improvement Company et al. before Mr. Justice Bradley, at chambers : petition of defendant company to vacate decree : brief and points for respondent, Vose.
Account of the behaviour and execution of Simon, Lord Fraser, of Lovat, on the Tower-Hill, for high treason, April 1747
F.P. James, et al., vs. Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company, et al. brief of defendant, the Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company.
Before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the Senate of the United States, Joseph W. Ady, contestant, vs. John Martin, contestee, in the matter of the contest for a seat in the Senate of the United States for the state of Kansas brief in behalf of contestant.
Henry Norwood Trye, appellant, the Most Noble Augustus Frederick, Duke of Leinster, respondent
The case of Archibald Douglas, Esq., and his guardians, appellants, against His Grace the Duke of Hamilton, Lord Douglas Hamilton, Sir Hew Dalrymple and others, respondents to be heard at the Bar of the House of Lords, on Monday the 16th of January, 1769.
James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased, William S. Kernochan, Eliza P. Garr, J. Frederic Kernochan, Henry P. Kernochan, Abba E. Kernochan, Louise M. Kernochan, Joseph H. Kernochan, Walton O. Kernochan, Marshall R. Kernochan, an infant by J. Frederick Kernochan, his guardian ad litem and Margaret Montgomery, plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants, action no. 1 brief for respondents.
A bird's eye view of the trial of heresy of William Montgomery Brown, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Abridged work of admiralty proceedings before the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council British Ship Australia, formerly American Ship Rob Roy.
A full report of the important trial before the Lord Chief Justice Cockburn and a special jury, in the Court of Common Pleas, Guildhall, on the 19th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd of February, 1859, in the case of Gardner versus Godfrey, for the alleged seduction of the daughter of the plaintiff by the defendant, who was the medical attendant of his family
Brief of plaintiff in error in reply, the United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1897, no. 194, October term, 1896, no. 551, Herman Keck, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, John Van Zandt, ad sectum Wharton Jones argument for the defendant /
Record of proceedings of a Court of Inquiry in the case of Rear-Admiral Winfield S. Schley, U.S. Navy convened at the Navy-yard, Washington, D.C., September 12, 1901.
Record and issue in suspension and interdict Hogarth v. Munro and others
Trial of Lieutenant General John Whitelocke commander in chief of the expedition against Buenos Ayres, by Court-martial, held in Chelsea College, on Thursday, the 28th January, 1808, and succeeding days.
The judgment of the Right Hon. Sir John Dodson, knt., dean of Arches, etc. etc. etc. also the judgment of the Judicial committee of the Privy council, in the cases of Liddell (clerk) and Horne and others against Westerton, Liddell (clerk) and Park and Evans against Beal /
The trial of John Peter Zenger, of New-York, printer who was tried and acquitted for printing and publishing libel against the governor and council : with the pleadings and arguments on both sides.
The biddle boys and Mrs. Soffel, the great Pittsburg tragedy and romance with full description of their lives and crimes /
The state of South Carolina, appellant, vs. the Port Royal & Augusta Railway Company, appellee appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of South Carolina : brief of argument on behalf of appellants in reply to motion to dismiss appeal.
True history of the so-called £1,000,000 forgery the bank duped : how the impregnable Bank of England showered its bags of gold on George Bidwell an American and a stranger.
Review of the report of the case of the Commonwealth versus David Lee Child, for publishing in the Massachusetts Journal a libel on the Honorable John Keyes
Estelle P. Andersen against Steinway & Sons before Hon. Samuel Greenbaum.
Colin Mitchell and others, appellants, vs. the United States January term 1835.
State of Louisiana, complainant, vs. state of Mississippi, in equity brief on behalf of the state of Louisiana, in support of her bill of complaint.
Samuel H. Dow et al. v. Northern Railroad et al. brief of Boston and Lowell Railroad.
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 25th of this instant April, 1733 : being the third execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor of the time being.
The trial of the Honourable Augustus Keppel, admiral of the Blue Squadron for a charge of misconduct and neglect of duty, exhibited against him by Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser : with an introduction including a recapitulation of those events that gave rise to so extraordinary a charge, with all the necessary papers relative thereto : to which is added, a dictionary of all the sea terms used in the course of the work.
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confessions, and dying words, of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 16th of this instant June, 1731 : being the fourth execution in the mayoralty of the R't. H'on. Humphrey Parsons, Esq.
The trial and remarkable life of William Parsons who was executed at Tyburn near London, on Monday the 11th of February 1750-1, for returning from transportation : to which is added, two original letters, the one, to his father, the other, to his wife.
Trial of Polly Varner, Jos. Phillips and Andrew L. Bell, for the murder of Joseph Orr
The people of the state of New York, respondent, against, James J. Larkin, defendant-appellant brief for defendant-appellant.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1915, United States of America, Interstate Commerce Commission, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company, Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company, Southern Pacific Company, Union Pacific Railroad Company and Western Pacific Railroad Company, appellants, v. Merchants' and Manufacturers' Traffic Association of Sacramento, Traffic Bureau of San Jose Chamber of Commerce, Stockton Traffic Bureau, and city of Santa Clara, appellees appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of California : petition of appellants for stay or supersedeas of the final order and decree of the District Court entered March 27, 1916.
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British schooner "W.P. Sayward," petitioner
Trial of James E. Pannel for the murder of his wife Anna E. Pannel, at Lancaster, Pa., on Friday, July 21st, 1876 : containing a full report of all the evidence in the case, the judge's charge, the verdict of the jury and sentence of the prisoner : together with the argument of the prisoner's counsel in arrest of judgment, etc.
The Indictment, arraignment, tryal and judgment at large of twenty-nine regicides, the murtherers of His Most Sacred Majesty King Charles I. of glorious memory begun at Hicks's-Hall on Tuesday the ninth of October, 1660, and continued at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily until Friday the nineteenth of the same month : together with a summary of the dark and horrid decrees of those cabbalists, preparatory to that hellish fact : expos'd to view for the reader's satisfaction and information of posterity : to which is added their speeches with a preface, giving an account of the rise and progress of enthusiasm among us and in other parts of Europe, with the characters and answer to the tenets of the several persons executed.
Before Clifford and Lowell, JJ., United States vs. Julius F. Hartwell, Charles Mellen and Charles H. Ward
[The Madeleine Smith case]
The trustees of Amherst College et al., against Thomas G. Ritch, et al. trial before Justice Truax : remarks of Martin W. Cooke, of Rochester, N.Y., one of the counsel for plaintiffs.
Trial of Wm. Grace, Esq.
In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Josephine Ruffat Ně Gaines, plaintiff and appellant, vs. W.F. Cashman et als., defendants and respondents brief for respondents /
Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company vs. Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad Co., and Newman Erb, et al., vs. Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad Co., et al. ancillary decree, filed 13th March 1893.
Report of trial, Robshaw v. Smith
S.C. Loud vs. H.N. Stone pleadings and evidence.
In the Appellate Court of Indiana, appeal from Jefferson Circuit Court, Burley Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association, appellant, v. Jesse Rogers, appellee appellant's brief.
Add. pet., Misses Woods and Pirie against an inner-house, interlocutor Ja. Balfour, W.S. agent for petrs., Lady Cumming Gordon, respondent, Mackenzie & Innes, W.S. agents, Mr. Mackenzie, clerk : unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the additional petition of Miss Mary-Ann Woods and Miss Jane Pirie, lately residing at Drumsheugh, near Edinburgh.
Before Honorable Charles E. Hughes, governor of the state of New York, in the matter of the charges against John F. Ahearn, president of the borough of Manhattan, in the city of New York brief for petitioners.
Statement of Mayor Hylan presented for admission in evidence to Commissioner McAvoy, at Transit Commission investigation, Wednesday, December 24, 1924.
My experiences of a breach of promise of marriage case
Argument of plaintiffs' counsel in the case of Willard Peele and others versus the Merchants' Insurance Company, before the Supreme Court of the United States, February term, 1826, upon the question of admiralty jurisdiction in cases of policies of insurance with extracts from various learned treatises upon this subject
Decree in the Dowd case Circuit Court of the United States, district of Massachusetts, October term, 1880, in equity : no. 1040, Bell Telephone Co., et al., v. Peter A. Dowd : final decree, April 4, 1881.
A review of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Clinton, et al., vs. Englebrecht, et al.
In the matter of Ferdinand S. Hahn, an attorney
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1900, Joseph Smith, plaintiff in error, vs. State of Tennessee brief and argument for defendant in error /
Stella P. Flint, as general guardian of the property of Samuel N. Stone, Junior, a minor, appellant, vs. Stone Tracy Company, et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Vermont, Wyckoff Van Derhoeff, appellant, the Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroad Company, et al., Francis L. Hine, appellant, vs. Home Life Insurance Company, et al., appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, Fred W. Smith, appellant, vs. the Northern Trust Company, A.C. Bartlett, William A. Fuller, et al., William H. Miner, appellant, vs. the Corn Exchange National Bank of Chicago, Charles H. Wacker, Martin A. Ryerson, et al., appeals for the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Cedar Street Company, appellant, vs. Park Realty Company, appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, Lewis W. Jared, appellant, vs. the American Multigraph Company, et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Ohio, Joseph E. Gay, appellant, vs. the Baltic Mining Company, et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, Percy H. Brundage, appellant, vs. Broadway Realty Company, et al., Paul Lacroix, appellant, vs. Motor Taximeter Cab Company, et al., Arthur Lyman and Arthur T. Lyman, as trustees under the last will and testament of George Baty Blake, deceased, appellants, vs. Interborough Rapid Transit Company, et al., appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, George Wendell Phillips, appellant, vs. Fifty Associates, et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, Oscar Mitchell, appellant, vs. Clark Iron Company, appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Minnesota, William H. Fluhrer, Albert W. Durand and Howard H. Williams, appellants, vs. New York Life Insurance Company, appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, Katherine Cary Cook, Harriet Huntington Cook and Ellenor Richardson Cook, by Anna H.R. Cook, their guardian and next friend, appellants, vs. Boston Wharf Company, et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts
Revenge against murder, seduction & adultery, exemplified in the trial and execution of James Emery for poisoning Sarah King, on the 29th of May, 1821 : William Akers for murdering Patience Ellis, the 19th of June, 1821 : Ann Barber, for poisoning her husband, on the 16th of March, 1821 : Reuben Collins, for administering poisonous drugs, &c. to Hannah Stammers, who was pregnant by him.
Report of the trial of fourteen negroes at the Court-House, Montego-Bay, January 28, 1824, and the two following days, on a charge of rebellious conspiracy : with the arguments of the advocates, and the speeches of the judges.
Judgement delivered by Sir Herbert Jenner, in the Prerogative Court, Doctors' Commons, on Wednesday, February 20, 1839, in the case of Wood and others v. Goodlake, helps, and others
Registry cases argued and decided at Sligo, during the Spring Assizes, 1838
Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session the petition of Messrs Mansfield, Hunter and Co., merchants in Edinburgh.
The trial of Richard Parker, for mutiny &c., &c., on board of His Majesty's fleet at the Nore to which is added an account of his behaviour during the whole proceedings and at the place of execution : with a description of his person.
The petition of Henry C. De Rham to the General Assembly of Rhode-Island, to except Paul Daniel Gonsalve Grand d'Hauteville from the operation of the law, "To secure the fulfillment of certain contracts, and for the relief of married women in certain cases" : together with the remonstrance of Ellen S. d'Hauteville and accompanying documents : to which is prefixed the debate upon a motion to repeal that law.
In the Supreme Court of North Carolina, Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association v. W.J. Ball brief of plaintiff, appellee.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, United States, appellants, vs. Alonzo Child and others, no. 151 appeal from the Court of Claims : brief for the United States.
The trial of Sir Henry Browne Hayes, knt., for forcibly and feloniously taking away Miss Mary Pike, on the twenty-second day of July, 1797 before Mr. Justice Day and a most respectable jury on the thirteenth day of April, 1801 /
Trial of John O'Brien for alleged improper interference under the Registry Act.
Trial of Dr. Pritchard
The constitutional amendment
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, indictment for conspiracy United States vs. John W. Dorsey, John R. Miner, John M. Peck, Stephen W. Dorsey, Harvey M. Vaile alias H.M. Vaile, Montfort C. Rerdell alias M.C. Rerdell, alias Montfort C. Ruddell, Thomas J. Brady and William H. Turner : filed March 4, 1882.
The life of John Ten Eyck
Review of the opinion of Judge Cowen, of the Supreme Court of the state of New-York, in the case of Alexander McLeod
Revival of martyrdom twenty-one days' imprisonment for refusing to have three children poisoned
In the District Court of the United States, for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, in equity, no. 112, Horatio C. Creith, plaintiff, vs. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company, defendant answer of Horatio C. Creith to the petition of Central Trust Company of New York, as trustee.
Report of the trial of John Delany for shooting at Mr. Bailey : tried before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice, and the Hon. Baron Sir Wm. C. Smith, bart., at the Special Commission, at Maryborough, on Thursday, 24th May, 1832 : to which is prefixed, the Chief Justice's charge to the grand jury /
The Newgate calendar comprising interesting memoirs of the most notorious characters who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England : with speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers /
The life of Anson Bunker, "the bloody hand" the perpetrator of no less than fifteen cold-blooded murders, amongst which were the great Nathan murder of New York City, and of those of his three wives, and several others in various parts of the country.
James L. Mitchell vs. Cassius H. Read additional points on behalf of plaintiff.
Facts and observations connected with the management of the Marine and Emigrant Hospital, Quebec including a report of the trial and acquittal of Thomas Burke, for the manslaughter of William Lawson, who died from neglect and improper treatment in the hospital /
Report of the trial of William Burke Kirwan for the murder of Maria-Louisa Kirwan, his wife : at the island of Ireland's Eye, in the county of Dublin, on the 6th September, 1852 : before the Hon. Judge Crampton and the Rt. Hon. Barron Greene, at the Commission Court, Green-Street : on 8th and 9th December, 1852 /
Revised case for the Reverend James Smith and others,اpursuers, in the action of declarator, &c., at their instance against Archibald Galbreath and others,اdefenders
Impeaching the Federal Reserve Board, March 3, 1917
Minutes of evidence on the subject of the Oude charge
Report of the trial of the Rev. Joseph Trapnell, Jun. before the standing committee of the Diocese of Maryland, sitting as an Ecclesiastical Court, in St. Andrew's Church, Baltimore : on Tuesday, the 23d Wednesday, the 24th, Thursday, the 25th and Friday, the 26th February, in the year of our Lord 1847.
No. 113, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, no. 114, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., no. 115, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., no. 116, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al. appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maine : before Colt, Nelson and Aldrich, JJ.
The whole proceedings on the trial of the Hon. Major Henry Fitzroy Stanhope at a court martial held at the Horse Guards, in the month of June, 1783 /
The trial of Henry Griffin alias George Hubbard, (the pretended Duke of Ormond) before the Hon. Sir W.H. Ashhurst, knt., at the Summer Assize held for the county of Warwick, Aug. 21, 1792 : for shooting at and wounding Mr. John Wallis, Jun., at Vauxhall, near Birmingham, November 2, 1791 : with the prisoner's defence /
Nancy Van Haun vs. Silas E. Burrows for the seduction of Mary Carew.
The singular and important trial in an action for debt, between the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, plaintiff, and John Horne Tooke, Esq., defendant
A voice from Leverett Street prison, or, The life, trial and confession of Simeon L. Crockett who was executed for arson, March 16, 1836.
The report of Hiram Maxwell's case decided at the City-Hall of the city of New-York, on the 3d day of February, 1823 : with the speech and doctrine advanced by John A. Graham, LL. D., on the practice of taking the examinations and confessions in the police office of prisoners charged with crime : together with the letters and opinions of many of the greatest and wisest philosophers, civilians, orators and statesmen in the United States.
Great divorce case!!! most remarkable trial on record! : the trial of Grace R. Ferguson against James Ferguson for divorce on the ground of adultery, commenced in 1844 and still pending, containing the evidence given on three successive trials with affidavits, pleadings, &c. : with the opinion of the most learned professors of Surgery among whom are Drs. Mott, Parker, Francis Wood, Gilman, Cairns, and Miller.
The trial of Nath. Highmore, LL. D., for a libel on the King
The proceedings of a general court martial on the trial of Captain John Garthwaite, of the Sussex Regiment of Militia on which a plea in bar was substantiated against the third charge, which was founded on an accidental omission which had been passed over, and an acquittal confirmed upon the fourth charge, which was brought as an additional charge, arising out of an unwarrantable stretch of power in Lt. Col. Newbfry, in order Capt. Garthwaite to withdraw from a ball-room, while under an arrest at large.
The whole proceedings on the King's Commission of the Peace Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the city of London and also the Gaol Delivery for the county of Middlesex. held at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday, 15th of December, 1792, and the following days : being the first session in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. Sir James Sanderson, knt., lord mayor of the city of London /
The proceedings at the public meeting, December 29, 1817, at the city of London Tavern for the purpose of enabling William Hone to surmount the difficulties in which he has been placed by being selected by the ministers of the crown as the object of their persecution, Mr. Waithman in the chair with the resolutions and the speeches of Mr. Waithman, Sir. Francis Burdett, Mr. Alderman Thorp, Mr. Perry, Mr. P. Walker, Lord Cochrane, Mr. Charles Pearson, Mr. Sturch and Mr. Wooler : also, the subscriptions received from time to time, with all the names, mottoes &c.
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern division of the Eastern judicial district of Missouri, United States of America, petitioner, v. Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, et al., defendants
The trial, sentence and confession of Antoine Le Blanc who was executed at Morristown, N.J., on Friday the 6th Sept. 1833, for the murder of Mr. Sayre and family.
The trial of Her Majesty, Queen Caroline, consort of George IV for an alledged adulterous intercourse with Bartolomo Bergami, comprising the whole of the proceedings since her arrival in this country.
The Crown calendar for the Yorkshire Spring Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday, the 2d day of March, in the third year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord William the Fourth, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, defender of the faith and in the year of our Lord 1833 : before the Honorable Sir Edward Hall Alderson, knight, one of the justices of Our Lord the King of his Court of Common Pleas and the Honorable Sir John Gurney, knight, one of the barons of Our Lord the King of his Court of Exchequer /
The trial at large of Nicholas Wilkinson, Doctor Herd and Henry Worswick for the wilful murder of George Battersby, at Clithero, in the night of the 25th of March 1773 tried at the castle of Lancaster, April 3, 1778, before the Honourable Sir Henry Gould, knight, one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas /
The trial of John Burk, late of Trinity College for heresy and blasphemy before the board of senior fellows : to which is added, his defence, containing a vindication of his opinions and a refutation of those inquisitorial charges, in which he shews that his opinions are perfectly consonant to the spirit of the Gospel /
The Madison Avenue Baptist Church, appellant, against the Baptist Church in Oliver Street, respondent case and exceptions on appeal from judgment and order.
William McLaughlin v. Bark "Chelmsford" statement of facts on behalf of the libellant.
Commonwealth vs. J.T. Buckingham on an indictment for a libel : before the Municipal Court of the city of Boston, December term, 1822.
The Helen Story, Arthur D. Story, appellant, v. James G. Tarr et al. transcript of record of district court.
The whole proceedings on the King's Commission of the Peace Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the city of London and also the Gaol Delivery for the county of Middlesex held at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday, 4th of December, 1822, and the following days : being the first session in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. William HeyGate, lord mayor of the city of London /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes the Friendship, Peter Ball, master : act on petition in objection to the registrar's report.
The trial of Charles Hussey for the murder of Mr. Bird and his house-keeper, at Greenwich, tried at Maidstone, on Friday, July 31, 1818 : being a genuine report of Mr. Searjeant Onslow's address to the jury on opening, the examinations and cross-examinations at full length, with a literal copy of the prisoner's solemn firm, collected and undismayed speech addressed to the jury in his defence, &c. : also, correct copies of the letters written by the prisoner to his brother, sister and others during his confinement : with a correct likeness, taken by permission, before his trial, in Maidstone jail.
In the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, in the matter of the application of Louisa B. Schneider for payment of award made for damage no. 2d on the damage map of the Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment in the proceedings to open East 157th Street, from Brook Avenue to German Place, and from German Place to St. Ann's Avenue, in the borough of the Bronx, city of New York memorandum on behalf of the city of New York in opposition to separate motions by Louisa B. Schneider and by David Peltz, appellants, to amend remittitur.
Proceedings of a general court martial, held in the orderly room at the Barracks, in Colchester, on Lieut. W. Ramsden, of the West Kent Regiment of Militia on two charges exhibited against him by Capt. Best, of the same regiment with some explanatory observations and Mr. Ramsden's defence at large /
Samuel H. Dow and another v. Northern Railroad and others brief for Northern Railroad.
Gerhard Wessels and another vs. John E. Kerr and another complainants' exhibits in rebuttal.
Report on liens of the Commonwealth upon the lands of John Nicholson and Peter Baynton
Illustrated life and career of William Palmer of Rugeley containing details of his conduct as school-boy, medical-student, racing-man, and poisoner, with original letters of William and Anne Palmer, and other authentic documents : together with the whole of his private diary up to the hour of his arrest and the fullest particulars respecting his execution at Stafford.
Testimony in full in the case of Ford against Everts for slander, and in the case of Hord against Ford for immoral conduct together with a synopsis and review of the same, and protest against the precedent and action of the Frankfort Council.
Interesting particulars of the life, trial, behaviour and awful execution of John Driver, who suffered the extreme penalty of the law, in front of the county jail, Nottingham, on Wednesday morning, July 31, 1839, for the wilful murder of Ann Hancock, of Caunton, on the 16th day of March last
Upper Canada, in the Court of Error and Appeal, between the Honorable William Buell Richards, attorney general of Upper Canada, on behalf of Her Majesty, appellant, and the reverend Henry James Grasett, the Honorable and right reverend John Strachan, Lord Bishop of Toronto, and the Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto, respondents an appeal from the Court of Chancery, joint case.
Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq., in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York : including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter : and a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being finally discharged at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820 : and also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honor the Mayor, at his office in the City-Hall, and a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail /
Inside scenes **** of Atlanta's black week a series of social sensations and a carnival of crimes : terminating with a terrible tale of tragedies and tears /
James Fisk, Jr., against the Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Credit Mobilier of America, Oliver Ames, Thomas C. Durant, John J. Cisco, H.S. McComb, Sidney Dillon, Cornelius S. Bushnell, Benjamin E. Bates, John Duff, Josiah Bardwell, John B. Alley, Ebenezer Cook, F. Gordon Dexter, Charles A. Lambard, William H. Macy, John F. Tracy, George Ashman, Jesse L. Williams, Samuel McKee, James S. Rollins, James Brooks, Edwin D. Morgan, Oakes Ames and James W. Davis proceedings from the commencement of the action, July 3, '68, to the end of March, 1869.
An account of the tryal of Richard Lyddel, Esq., at His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, before the Right Honourable Lord-Chief-Justice Eyre, for carrying on a criminal conversation with the late Lady Abergavenny, on Monday the 16th of February, 1729/30
Maine Baptist Missionary Convention, appellant, v. Charles E. Cotting and Charles F. Adams, 2d, trustees, etc. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : brief for appellant.
[Howard v. Gosset, appendix to second report]
St. Joseph & Grand Island fore-closure, in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eighth Judicial Circuit and district of Nebraska, district of Kansas and the Western District of Missouri Central Trust Company of New York, trustee, complainant, vs. the St. Joseph & Grand Island Railroad Company, the Union Pacific Railway Company, James H. Benedict, Isaac H. Bromley and Frank K. Pendleton, defendants.
Argument by George Gifford, Esq., of New York, delivered in December, 1852, at Washington, before the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Henry O'Reilly, et al., appellants, vs. Samuel F.B. Morse, F.O.J. Smith, et al., appellees being an appeal from a decision of the U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Kentucky, in favor of Prof. Morses patents for "The American Electro-Magnetic Telegraph."
John Wilkinson, of Holbeck, in the borough of Leeds, clothier, stood charged by the Coroner's inquest with the wilful murder of Hannah his wife, on the 12th of November, 1804
No. 391, cargo and coal on Steamer City of Everett and freight thereon, American Steel Barge Company, libellant, appellant, v. Chesapeake and Ohio Coal Agency Company, claimant, appellee brief for appellant.
Report of the most extraordinary trial of Smyth versus Smyth and others tried at the Gloucester Assizes, commencing August 8, 1853, before Mr. Justice Coleridge and a special jury : with portrait and autograph of the claimant, his examination and committal for forgery, historical and topographical notices of Ashton Court, &c., &c.
Biographical memoirs & anecdotes of the celebrated Mrs. Clarke, giving a tue and impartial account of her adventures and intrigues from her birth to the present time with an investigation of all the charges brought on her account against the Duke of York /
Copies of all the minutes and proceedings taken at and upon the several tryals of Captain Gerorge Burrish, Captain Edmund Williams, Captain John Ambrose, Lieutenant Henry Page, Lieutenant Charles Davids, Lieutenant William Griffiths, and Lieutenant Cornelius Smelt, respectively before the court martial lately held at Chatham : and all the proceedings relating thereunto.
First report from the select committee on proceedings in the action of Howard v. Gosset
Herbert W. Eustace of Boston and David B. Ogden of Brookline, both in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Lamont Rowlands of Picayune in the state of Mississippi, as they are trustees under a deed of trust dated January 25, 1898, wherein Mary Baker G. Eddy is the donor, plaintiffs, Adam H. Dickey, James A. Neal, Edward A. Merritt of said Brookline and William R. Rathvon of said Boston, as they are trustees under a deed of trust dated September 1, 1892, wherein Mary Baker G. Eddy is donor and a declaration of trust supplementary thereto and in amendment thereof, dated March 19, 1903 and as they are also directors of the first church of Christ, scientist in Boston, Massachusetts and John V. Dittemore and Annie M. Knott, both of said Boston, each claiming to hold the position and office of trustee abd director in association with the other defendants
Jacob S. Winslow, et als., libellants, v. the Steamer Blenheim and Edwin Bell, libellant, v. Jacob S. Winslow, et als. brief for Jacob S. Winslow et als.
Howard Sutherland, as alien property custodian, and Frank White, as treasurer of the United States, appellants, vs. Behn, Meyer & Company, Limited appeal from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
In the Court of Exchequer, the Attorney-General versus the London Dock Company before the Lord Chief Baron and a special jury, on February 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 17th and 18th, 1851 /
Report of the case of the Canadian prisoners with an introduction on the writ of habeas corpus /
Constantine Phipps, Esq., appellant, and the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, Dame Mary Levinge, otherwise Annesley, Charles Coote, Esa., an infant by Prudence Coote, widow, his mother and guradian and Mark White, gent., respondents the appellant's case.
Report of the case of John M. Trumbull vs. Thomas Gibbons for a libel : tried in the sittings, holden in for the city and county of New York, at the city-hall of the said city, on the 24th and 25th days of June, 1818 : before the Hon. Ambrose Spencer, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the state of New-York /
Communist Labor Party deportation cases hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, second session : May 4, 6, and 7, 1920 : statement of W.A. Blackwood : decision of Secretary of Labor in case of Carl Miller : cases of feeble-minded and insane aliens admitted : history of L'era Nuova anarchist group of Paterson, N.J. : supplemental list of communist party deporation cases.
Before the South Park Commissioners, in the matter of Stage Coach Franchises present motorbus situation before the South Park Commissioners.
Lessee of Edward Livingston, et al., plaintiffs in error, versus John Moore, et al., in error to the Circuit Court U.S., for the district of Pennsylvania
John H.B. Latrobe, v. Henry E. McKee et al., equity no. 11,248 supplemental brief to show liability of McKee.
Replies for Archibald Douglas of Douglas, Esq., and his curators to the answers and observations for George James, Duke of Hamilton and others, relative to Godfroi's books.
What American editors said about the ten million dollar libel suit editorial comment in American press on the lawsuit brought in the name of the city of Chicago against the Chicago Tribune.
The case of the unfortunate Bosavern Penlez
"Morro Castle" and "Mohawk" investigations Mr. Copeland, from the committee on commerce, submitted the following additional preliminary report.
Byron C. Woodruff, respondent, vs. Abel Easton, impleaded, appellant general term : Hawes, Hall, Brown, J.J.
The people of the state of New York against Frank H. Walworth charge of Hon. Noah Davis, July 2d, 1873.
The counter case of Great Britain as laid before the Tribunal of Arbitration, convened at Geneva under the provisions of the treaty between the United States of America and Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain, concluded at Washington, May 8, 1871 : together with volumes V, VI, and VII of appendix to the British case.
In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, United States of America, petitioner, v. Standard Oil Company (Indiana), Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), Texas Company, Gasoline Products Company, et al., defendants brief for the United States on motion for instructions to the master.
Luther Stieringer, of New York, N.Y., assignor of two-thirds to Charles F. Hanington, of same place and Richard N. Dyer, of Menlo Park, New Jersey electrical fixture.
Proceedings of a general court martial assembled at Malta March 1st, 1824 together with subsequent proceedings respecting the trial of Lieut. George Francis Dawson, of the Royal Artillery, for hesitating to comply with an order by which he was required to assist and participate in the ceremonies of the Romish Church.
Constance Kent the cause and consequence of her confession.
[Arbitration between the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Eastern Railroads]
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill intituled, "An act to dissolve the marriage of Robert Montgomery Martin Esquire with Jane Avis Frances Martin his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
No. 3269, the Equitable Trust Company of New York and Elias J. Jacoby, as trustees, and the Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Western Railroad Company, cross appellants, vs. the Toledo and Cincinnati Railroad Company, cross appellees, no. 3270, the Equitable Trust Company of New York and Elias J. Jacoby, as trustees, and the Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Western Railroad Company, cross appellants, vs. the Judson Harmon and Rufus B. Smith, as receivers of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company, cross appellees brief on behalf of cross appellees.
The Rebel Press of Ireland, as exemplified by the proceedings of an extraordinary libel action, tried at the Kilkenny Spring Assizes, 1859, before Mr. Justice Hayes and a special jury
The case of Saunders v. Smith before the Vice-Chancellor, and on appeal before the Lord Chancellor with a preface, table of cases cited, notes, and an appendix /
The trial of Thos. Edward Bellamy for forgery before the Honourable Baron George and the Hon. Justice Finucane at Dublin, the 5th of November, 1802 /
Thomson-Houston Electric Company, complainant, vs. Isaac McLean, defendant record on plea.
The Cuckold's chronicle being select trials for adultry [i.e., adultery], incest, imbecility, ravishment, &c.
The Finance Company of Pennsylvania and others vs. the Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad Co., the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. vs. the Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad Co. ancillary decree.
The trial of Joseph Merceron, Esq. before Mr. Justice Abbott, in the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, May 18, 1818, for a misdemeanour, in procuring certain public-house in the Parish of St. Matthew, Bethnal-Green, from corrupt and illegal motives, to be licensed : the jury, without retiring from the box, pronounced the defendant اguilty.
Was it murder? the truth about Centralia /
The Niphon's crew
The Militia reporter containing the trials of Capt. Jos. Loring, Jun., on the charges of Gen. Winslow, Capt. Jos. Loring, Jun., on the charges of Maj. Davis, Capt. Amos Binney, on the charges of Maj. Osgood, Capt. Thomas Howe on the charges of Maj. Messinger /
The Crown calendar for the Yorkshire Summer Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Monday, the 27th day of August, in the third year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord William the Fourth, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, defender of the faith and in the year of our Lord 1832 : before the Honorable Sir James Parke, knight, one of the justices of Our Lord the King assigned to hold Pleas before the King himself and the Honorable Sir William Bolland, knight, one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer /
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confessions, and dying words, of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 19th of this instant December, 1733 : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir William Billers, knt.
An inquiry into the truth of the accusations made against the Marquis of Clanricarde in the casue of Handcock v. Delacour lately heard in the Irish Court of Chancery
A true report of the last trial of Rev. J.S. Ebaugh in the Classis of New-York, Dec. 1852 : together with an account of matters leading thereto /
Clark, adm'r of Fellows, v. Foster, et als. defendants' brief.
Report of proceedings in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York on a suit brought by the United States against Daniel D. Tompkins, June 3, 1822 containing the testimony at large, the speeches of the defendant and of the counsel on both sides : together with the judge's charge /
In the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Cotton Growers' Association, a Corporation, plaintiff in error, vs. J.E. Salyer, defendant in error, no. 15,873 reply brief of plaintiff in error.
Jacob Bloch, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
Daniel Rooney, plaintiff, respondent, against the Second Avenue Railroad Company, defendants, appellants case on appeal.
In the House of Lords between Thomas Boyse, since deceased and Jane Stratford Boyse, heretofore his wife and now his widow, appellants and John Thomas Rossborough, and Mary Grey Wentworth Rossborough, his wife respondents by original appeal Jane Stratford Boyse, widow and the Reverend Richard Boyse, appellants and John Thomas Rossborough, and Mary Grey Wentworth Rossborough, his wife respondents by revivor case of the respondents.
Report of the Braintree church-rate case, Veley and Joslin v. Burder, and Veley and Joslin v. Gosling to which is appended Gaudern v. Silby /
R.I. Hospital Trust Co., administrator, vs. Rowland G. Hazard brief, points and argument for the respondent.
Edward H. Rulloff
Frederic C. Barnes, plaintiff, vs. Dairymen's League Co-operative Association, Inc., and Borden's Farm Products Company, Inc., defendants
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1894, no. 727, the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company, plaintiff in error, vs. Millard F. Brown, defendant in error reply to brief of defendant in error.
Colonel (late Brigadier-General) Walter Ker of Littledean and Richard Hotchkis, Esq., writer to the Signet, his attorney, appellants, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet and James Horne, Esq., writer to the Signet, his commissioner, respondents, John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler, and John Seton Karr, Esquires, appellants, Colonel Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkis, Esq., respondents the case of Colonel Walter Kerr, and Richard Hotchkis, Esq., appellants in the first, and respondents in the second appeal.
George H. Tilden, plaintiff and respondent, against Andrew H. Green, John Bigelow and George W. Smith, as executors and trustees under the last will and testament of Samuel J. Tilden, deceased and the Tilden Trust and others defendants and appellants case and exceptions.
Memorial and argument in the case of the Ship Blaireau, praying a return of tonnage and duties, erroneously paid in 1803 addressed to the Senate of the United States.
Report of the trial of the Rev. David Brigham before referees, charged by the trustees of Framingham Academy with falsehood and duplicity.
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, one to his confidential friend, written several months previous to his condemnation, the other to his wife, on the day previous to his execution, and which he continues writing and dating from hour to hour, until within a few moments of his exit : also, a letter by Mrs. Campbell, to her condemned husband in prison, and a memorial to His Majesty, petitioning the life of her husband : to which are added, some interesting documents, furnished by a gentleman lately from London.
The whole of the proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury, in a cause between the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Weld, daughter to the Lord Aston and Edward Weld Esquire, her husband containing, I. Her libel exhibited against him for impotency : II. Her answer and replication : III. Certificates of Ambrose Dickens Esq., His Majesty's serjeant-surgeon, Mr. Williams and several other surgeons who examin'd Mr. Weld and also of three midwives who examin'd Mrs. Weld : IV. Copies of the depositions of several noble persons, relating to this cause : V. The sentence pronounced by the worshipful Dr. Bettesworth, Feb. 15, 1731 : to which is prefixed, a preface by the author of the Tryal of F. Girard and Miss. Cadiere.
The Great Cronin mystery or, The Irish patriot's fate : a complete and accurate history of the assassination of Dr. Patrick Henry Cronin, the search for the murderers, the inquest, the trial and the verdict /
The people, &c., ex. rel., Frederick Griffing and others against the mayor and common council of the city of Brooklyn argument July term 1850, at Poughkeepsie : before N.B. Morse, S. Barculo and J.W. Brown, justices : decision October term, 1850 Brooklyn.
Increased work and productive efficiency of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1900-1913
Senator from Iowa in re the contest of Daniel F. Steck v. Smith W. Brookhart for a seat in the United States Senate from the state of Iowa : supplemental brief in behalf of contestant.
Charges against senator elect Brookhart Mr. Watson, from the Committee on Interstate Commerce, submitted the following report.
Pacific Railroad, of Missouri, complainant, against Robert L. Cutting, Jr., Peter Marǐ, George R. Fearing, Edmund W. Bodine, Jane H. Cowdrey, as executrix of the last will and testament of Nathaniel A. Cowdrey (deceased) and Richard C. Kerens, defendants, in equity no. 3396
Proceedings before the Sheriff Court of Glasgow and Circuit Court of Justiciary in the summary process raised at the instance of Mr. Dugald Bannatyne, ostensible partner of the House of More and Bannatynes, accountants in Glasgow against Mr. David Mollison, sole representative in Scotland of the House of Mollison, Turnbull and Co. wherein the inexpediency of any interference of the civil power with the liberty of the pressاand the dangerous consequences that must infallibly result to the mercantile and landed interests from electing as trustees upon bankrupt estates those who divide the emoluments of their office with the agents and cashiers of banking companies,اare fully exemplified and illustrated in the clearest manner : addressed to His Royal Highness the Regent, George Prince of Wales, as steward of Scotland and high sheriff of her various shires /
Increase in cost of meals and rooms away from home and increase in cost of house rent to engineers and firemen employed on Western Railroads
The trial at large of Joseph Merceron, Esq., for corruption as a magistrate in re-licencing disorderly public houses, his property : before Mr. Justice Abbott and a special jury, in the Courts of King's Bench, on Monday, the 18th of May, 1818 /
The celebrated case of Col. W.C.P. Breckinridge and Madeline Pollard
Proceedings of the High Court of Impeachment in the case of the people of the state of Tennessee vs. Z. Newton Estes, district attorney, etc. begun and held at Nashville, Tennessee, Friday, June 16, 1916 : published by order of the General Assembly and Court of Impeachment /
The trial of Lord Cochrane at Guildford, August 17, 1816, for an escape from the King's Bench Prison, on which having employed no counsel, His Lordship examined the witnesses himself and made his own defence, containing contests with the court, the whole of his speech to the jury, with their verdict, recommendation and opinion as to his conduct.
The black kalendar of Scotland records of notable Scottish trials /
The trial, confession, &c., of John Funston who was executed at New Philadelphia, (O.) on the 30th of December, 1825, for the murder of William Cartmill while carrying the United States' mail from Freeport to Coshocton, on the 9th Sept. 1825.
Shorthand writers' notes in the case of Edwin James, Esq., Q.C. before the masters of the bench of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.
Cumming v. Goodden, for libel, plea, general issue, withdrawn a full account of the anonymous libel on the Rev. Patrick Mathias Cumming : together with several letters relating thereto /
A report of the whole of the proceedings previous to, with a note of the evidence on, the trial of Robert Keon, gent. for the murder of George Nugent Reynolds, Esq., and also of the charges of the judges thereon : together with the arguments and replies of counsel on the motion in arrest of judgment and decision of the court thereon /
A selection of cases from the state trials
A full and correct report of the great commercial cause of Minet and Fector versus Gibson and Johnson, decided in the House of Lords on Monday the 14th of February, 1791 including the speeches of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Kenyon, Lord Loughborough, Lord Chief Baron, &c.
A report of a trial for bigamy, the King on the prosecution of Thomas Falkner Phillips, Esq., against Edward Foulkes, gent., at the Assizes held at Mold, in the county of Flint, on the 10th and 11th days of April, 1807 before Robert Dallas, Esquire, chief justice and Francis Burton, Esquire, puisne judge : with a preface and notes /
C.C. Bowen vs. R.C. De Large, papers and testimony in the case of C.C. Bowen vs. R.C. De Large, in the Second District of South Carolina
Nathaniel Eaton v. Reynolds et als. plaintiff's brief.
Papers in reference to the Manitoba school case presented to Parliament during the Session of 1895.
In the Surrogate's Court, New York County in the matter of the appraisal under Transfer Tax Act of the property of Jay Gould, deceased : brief for executors and trustees on motion to refer back the appraiser's report and for other relief.
Proceedings and report of the Board of Army Officers, convened by special orders no. 78, headquarters of the army, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 12, 1878, in the case of Fitz-John Porter. together with the proceedings in the original trial and papers relating thereto.
Star route case the United States vs. Thomas J. Brady, et al. : information for conspiracy : abstract of information, motion and affidavit, argument of counsel, opinion of the court.
The trial and respite of George Victor Townley for wilful murder with original documents and correspondence now first published : Dr. Winslow's analysis of the convict's mind, portraits, autographs and plan.
The trial by impeachment of Henry lord viscount Melville for high crimes and misdemeanors before the House of Peers, in Westminster Hall, between the 29th of April and the 17th of May, 1806.
The trial of a cause between Miss Mellish, plaintiff, and Miss Rankin, defendant
The case of Mr. Richard Noble, impartially consider'd abstractly from the man, or crime, but meerly as to the law, in relation to the motion by him made, on Monday the sixteenth day of March, 1712, at Kingston Assizes, in arrest of judgment and the reason given for over-ruling the same confuted /
In the District Court of Appeal state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant appellant's opening brief.
The trial in full of Edw. Gibbon Wakefield and others, for the abduction of Miss Turner, at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 1827
The cases of Westerton against Liddell (clerk) and Horne and others, St. Paul's, Knightsbridge and Beal against Liddell (clerk) and Parke and Evans, St. Barnabas, Pimlico, as heard and determined by the Consistory Court of London, the Arches Court of Canterbury and the Judicial Committee of the Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council
A faithful report of the trial of Doctor William Little on an indictment for an assault and battery, committed upon the body of his lawful wife Mrs. Jane Little, a black lady
A famous forgery, being the story of "the unfortunate" Doctor Dodd
A statement of the trial of Isaac B. Desha indicted for the murder of Francis Baker, late of Natchez, Mississippi, held at Cynthiana, Kentucky, before the Hon. George Shannon /
Report of the trial by Jury, William Torrance against Leaf, Coles, Son & Company and James Turnbull, 29th July, 1835
Evans Casselberry, plaintiff, vs. Lucy V.S. Ames, defendant in the St. Louis, Court of Appeals, October term, 1882 : statement of the case by the plaintiff.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Hall Esquire with Jemima Caroline his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned"
North Atlantic coast fisheries arbitration the case of the United States : before the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague : under the provisions of the special agreement between the United States of America and Great Britain concluded January 27, 1909.
Darbyana, no. 1, a vindicatory letter, by the "New-Pallas reporter" as it appeared in a recent number of the Limerick Star newspaper, with additional strictures, addressed to Darby O'Grady, Esq., deputy leutenant of the county Limerick in reply to some observations uttered by that gentleman at a late meeting held at the county Limerick Hospital : to which are added, a copious and correct report of the interesting and important trial of John Carthy, James Carthy of Moher, James Carthy of Castletown, Cornelius Collins and John Ryan : which took place at the late county Assizes for the awful and atrocious murder of Daniel Connolly, at [Gurtavalia], near Castleguard in this county on the 14th of April last and for setting fire to said Connolly's house : to the report of this trial are annexed some strictures of the reporter's on the nature of the evidence and the subsequent acquittal of the prisoners, &c., &c. : also the editorial remarks of the Limerick Star, relative to said murder, the entire containing much curious matter for information and reflection equally interesting to the government and the people.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1917 ex parte the United States, petitioner : brief in support of motion for leave to file.
An examination of the nature of a husband's rights in his wife's choses in action, being the argument delivered by Conway Robinson before the Court of Appeals of Virginia, in January 1846, in the case of Yerby and wife v. Lynch and others
George W. Johnson, et al., complainants, v. Walker Armington, et al., defendants pleadings and evidence.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, no., March term, 1919, H. Baars & Company and Export Terminal & Shipping Company, appellants, vs. British Steamship "Adriatic" (whereof John Newell is master) and W.H. Cockerline & Company, appellees appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
The Dominion Bank robbery "none but a virtuous man can hope well in ill circumstances" /
Anna Maria Doyle against the Manhattan Railway Company, et al. respondent's brief.
Report of the trial and acquittal of the Honorable Robert Porter, president judge of the Third Judicial District of Pennsylvania before the Senate, composing the High Court of Impeachment of the said commonwealth, upon articles of accusation and impeachment, preferred against him by the House of Representatives, with the various discussions in the Senate and House of Representatives, all the evidence and arguments of counsel at length /
Northwestern Life Assurance Company, plaintiff in error, vs. Sweetie Villeneuve error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Texas : brief for plaintiff in error.
[Guiteau case - letter of John A. Owen to Hon. Wayne Mac Veigh]
Anklage-Schrift des Staats-Anwalts bei dem Königlichen Kammergericht gegen die bei dem Unternehmen zur Wiederherstellung eines polnischen Staates in den Grenzen desselben vor dem Jahr 1772 Betheiligten wegen Hochverraths
The life, last words, and dying speech of Levi Ames who was executed at Boston, on Thursday afternoon the twenty-first of October, 1773, for burglary taken from his own mouth and published at his desire as a solemn warning to all more particularly young people : there is a way that seemeth right to a man but the end thereof are the ways of death. Pr. xiv.12 : to which is added a dialogue and a poem.
Speech of Stephen P. Nash, Esq. for the prosecution, in the trial of the Rev. S.H. Tyng, Jr.
Remarks on the late Bishop of Rochester's speech at the Bar of the House of Lords being a collection of all the papers publish'd in the London journal upon that occasion /
Observations on a libel for which an indictment was instituted by Richard Gurney, Jun., of the Inner Temple, Special Pleader, 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 /
Copy of the testimony in the case read in equity, Horace H. Day, ads., Charles Goodyear depositions (counsel and clerk's copies) taken under the rule of the court, made at Trenton, October 1, 1851.
In Chancery, before the Chancellor, James Iddings vs. George W. Bruen and Mary T., his wife, Matthias Bruen, and others copies depositions and exhibits on the part of the complainant.
Belt v. Lawes fortieth day, the summing-up /
The genuine speech of Hon. Mr. ا at the late trial of Miss Blandy which contains a summary of all the proofs against her with notes on its faults and beauties and observations on the effects it had on the audience : particularly the behaviour of Miss Blandy during the trial and some farther discoveries that have been made since and not printed in any other account.
Lawyers debate over jury which will decide whether Dr. Blazer had right to kill eyes of nation are turned toward dingy Courtroom in Littleton, where father is on trial for slaying imbecile daughter : case important to criminologists nine of thirteen called into box retain places 27, peremptory challenges of counsel still are unused /
The resolutions of the House of Commons for the impeachment of Sir William Scroggs, knt., chief justice of the Court of King's Bench Sir Thomas Jones, knight, one of the justices of the same court : Sir Richard Weston, knight, one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer : upon the report of the Committee of the Commons appointed to examine the proceedings of the judges in Westminster-Hall, and to report the same with their opinions therein, to the House, and also upon he resolves and votes of the Commons in Parliament, upon that report relating to the arbitrary and illegal proceedings of the said judges.
The trial of Joseph Gerrald before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of March, 1794, for sedition, with an original memoir, and notes.
State of Wisconsin, plaintiff and appellant, v. the Lange Canning Company, defendant and respondent brief for appellant.
The Queen on the prosecution of Sir James Brooke, K.C.B. against the Eastern Archipelago Company containing the judgments of the Queen's Bench and the exchequer chamber : together with two articles from the "Times" newspaper on the merits of the case.
The case of Francis Loggin and also of Thomas Loggin, and Jane, his wife on the behalf of Francis, their son and heir apparent, against Sarah Gardner
Trial of Henry Rogers, the captain, William Miles, first mate, and Charles E. Seymour, second mate, of the ship "Martha and Jane" of Sunderland for the wilful murder on the high seas of Andrew Rose, a seaman, tried at the Liverpool Summer Assizes, before Mr. Baron Watson on the 19th August, 1857 : with the particulars of the execution of the captain, the fate of the two mates being yet undecided : the evidence given verbatim from the report made for Her Majesty's government /
The trial of James Evans on a charge of the wilful murder of Mr. Thomas Price, at his warehouse in Marsden's Square, Manchester : before Mr. Justice Bayley, at Lancaster Spring Assizes, on Friday, 17th. of March 1826 /
In the Court of Claims of the United States, no. j-607, state of Alabama v. the United States brief in support of demurrer.
The Queen v. Thomas Drory, indicted for murder the speech of Edwin James, Esq., (one of Her Majesty's counsel) on behalf of the prosecution, in reply upon the evidence adduced by the prisoner : delivered in the Criminal Court at Chelmsford, March 9th, 1851.
Message from the President of the United States in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a copy of the proceedings of the court martial in the case of 2d Lieutenant D.C. Buell, 3d infantry, &c.
In the Court of Exchequer Chamber at Westminster, the 6th and 8th February 1864, before Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice Erle, Mr. Justice Crompton, Mr. Justice Blackburn, Mr. Justice Mellor, Mr. Justice Williams and Mr. Justice Willes, the Attorney General v. Sillem and others, claiming the vessel "Alexandra" seized under the Foreign Enlistment Act, (59 George III, chapter 69) report of the argument on the preliminary objection to the jurisdiction of the Exchequer Chamber, in appeal under the new rules of the Court of Exchequer, applying the Common Law Procedure Acts to the revenue side of that court : together with the judgment of the court and also an appendix containing the rules and sections of the statutes referred to and an abstract of the case on appeal to the Exchequer Chamber.
Evidence (taken before the Supreme Court of Judicature in the island of Ceylon) on the bill intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Wallbeoff Esquire with Adriana Cornella his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned"
The Avondale case, the Presbytery of Hamilton against the Rev. Robert Reid Rae, minister of Avondale, appealed by the Rev. Mr. Rae to the General Assembly, May 1874
Report of the Committee Appointed on the 4th Instant to Inquire into the Expediency of Repealing or Modifying the Law Passed at the Last Session Changing the Mode of Compensation to the Members of Congress December 18, 1816, read and committed to a Committee of the whole House on this the second Monday in January next.
Argument of the Attorney-General in United States v. Armour & Co., et al., before Judge Humphrey in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois together with statement of the case and reprint of the constitutional provision and the statutes under discussion, and the opinion and ruling of Judge Humphrey.
Select trials for murders, robberies, rapes, sodomy, coining, frauds and other offences, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey to which are added, genuine accounts for the lives, behaviour, confessions and dying-speeches of the most eminent convicts.
Effect on Locomotive Firemen of the installation of larger locomotives and decrease in railroad business
Brown v. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company defendant's second brief.
In the Supreme Court of Illinois, December term, A.D., 1921 the People of the state of Illinois, defendant in error, vs. William Bross Llyod, L.E. Katterfeld, Jack Carney, Perry Shipman, L.K. England, Ludwig Lore, Karl F. Sandberg, Oscar Jesse Brown, N.J. Christensen, Edgar Owens, Samuel Ash, James A. Meisinger, Samuel F. Hankin, John Vogel, Arthur Procter, Niels Kjar, Morris A. Stolar, Charles Krumbein, ا(impleaded with)اJohn Reed, A. Wagenknecht, Charles Baker, Alexander Bilan, Max Bedacht, Edward Lindgren, Harry E. Greenwood, Edwin Firth, Jacob Schiff, Robert Norburg, Robert Horsley, Charles Clarahan, Walter Wolf, J. Kunst, Paul Bernford, Albert B. Stone, Charles Katz, Alfred Shuster, G.A. Engelken, John Nelson and Meyer Dobrowsky, otherwise called Meyer Dobrow, plaintiffs in error, writ of error to the Criminal Court of Cook County, Honorable Oscar Hebel, judge presiding at the trial : abstract of record.
Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association v. W.B. Moss brief of plaintiff, appellant.
The very remarkable case of John Gow, commonly known by the name of Captain Smith who was executed with seven other persons for piracy.
The proceedings of a general court-martial, held at Maidstone, in the county of Kent, on Wednesday the 17th and continued by several adjournments to Friday the 27th of September 1760 upon the trial of Lieutenant William Hill, of the First Battalion of the Surry Militia : and of a general court-martial, held at Maidstone aforesaid, on Saturday the 28th and continued by adjournment to Monday the 30th of September, 1760, upon the trial of Ensign William Hill, of the said battalion of Surry Militia.
Pet.اDuke of Roxburghe against Lord Pitmilly's interlocutors Mackenzie & Innes, W.S. petitioner's agents, Hotchkis & Tytler, W.S. respondent's agents, Mr. Buchanan, clerk : unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of His Grace James Duke and Earl of Roxburghe, &c.
The trial of Sir Hugh Palliser, vice-admiral of the Blue Squadron at a court-martial, held on board His Majesty's ship the Sandwich, in Portsmouth, Harbour, on Monday, April 19th, 1779, before Vice-Admiral Derby, president, for disobedience of orders and neglect of duty : to which is prefixed, A glossary of the technical terms and sea phrases used in the course of the trial.
Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq., in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York : including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial : after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter : and a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being finally discharged at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820 : and also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before his honor the mayor, at his office in the City-Hall, and a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail /
In the Court of Common Pleas, no. 61,971 F.C. Tomlinson, Frank C. Howland, P.H. Schneider, Paul V. Robinson, William T. Bentz, Robert H. Bishop, Jr., George B. Durell, H.A. Leisy, and Frederick W. Freeman, in behalf of themselves and all of the other stockholders of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, a corporation, plaintiffs, vs. Clarence Dillon, John Sherwin, Clarence Dillon, as President of Dillon, Read and Company, a joint stock association under the laws of the state of New York, and the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, a corporation whose principal place of business is Akron, Summit County, Ohio, defendants : petition for removal of trustees, accounting and other equitable relief.
Trial of Benjamin Boddington, Esq. for adultery with Mrs. Boddington, his cousin's wife : before the Sheriff of London on Friday the 8th of September, 1797.
Trials for high treason in Scotland under a special commission, held at Stirling, Glasgow, Dumbarton, Paisley, and Ayr, in the year 1820 /
Record of the trial of Joshua Hett Smith, Esq. for alleged complicity in the treason of Benedict Arnold, 1780 /
Caster Socket Company, Limited, appellant, vs. Standard Caster and Wheel Company, appellee defendant's exhibit book of patents.
McClure against Gray proceedings of the committee appointed upon the petition of citizens of the Fourth Senatorial District, contesting the election of Henry W. Gray, the senator from said district : together with the testimony taken before the same.
Libel cases, Benjamin F. Butler vs. the publisher and editor of the Lowell Courier
Proceedings arbitration between the Western Railroads and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen submitted to arbitration, under the act of July 15, 1913, by agreement dated August 3, 1914, Chicago, Illinois.
The whole of the trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham for adultery with Lady Elizabeth Howard, wife of B.E. Howard, Esq. presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages one thousand pounds /
The substance of the trial of a cause, Buckle, who, &c., v. Hollis, gent., tried at the Hant's Summer Assizes, 1815 before the Hon. Mr. Justice Chambre and a short statement of facts relative to the conduct of Mr. Hollis, as under-sheriff of Hants and the circumstances which led to the commencement of the action.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding an Equity Court, Equity No. 44,189, the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company, a body corporate, plaintiff, vs. the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, a body corporate, et al., defendants brief on behalf of the Chesapeake Potomac Telephone Company.
The trials of John and Natn. Nichols, father and son, for the murder of Sarah Nichols at the Lent Assizes, holden at Bury, in 1794, before Sir W.H. Ashhurst, knt. /
Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, attorney at law before the Hon. Isaac Parker, Esquire, for killing Charles Austin, on the public exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806 /
The trial of Peter Robinson, for the murder of Abraham Suydam, Esq., president of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, of New Brunswick containing a very full and accurate account of all the testimony adduced on the trial the whole having been carefully taken down as it was delivered : also, the very eloquent and impressive charge of Chief Justice Hornblower, to the jury and his final most affecting address to the wretched criminal on pronouncing upon him the sentence of death : together with a full account of all the strange and horrid confessions of Robinson as made to different persons before his trial and to his counsel and others since his conviction : sentenced to be hung on the 16th day of April next /
Why Judge Maynard is opposed Senator Hill plainly tells the reasons : extracts from his Brooklyn speech, Oct. 23d, 1893 : expose of the tactics and accusations of the enemies of Judge Maynard : Senator Hill shows where Judge Maynard was right : the contemptible proceedings of the partisan New York City Bar Association : how this association wilfully misrepresents the facts in the Maynard case : an appeal to all fair-minded citizens to support Maynard and the entire democratic state ticket.
The Case and memoirs of the Late Rev. Mr. James Hackman and of his acquaintance with the Late Miss. Martha Reay with a commentary on his conviction, distinguishing between his crime in particular, and that of others who have been condemned for murder : and also some thoughts on lunacy and suicide : dedicated to Lord S---- : to which is added a letter to Lord S---- and Miss Reay : with an appendix on the ill effects of public offices of Justices of the Peace.
The proceedings at large in the Court of King's Bench, in the cause the King against Henry Hunt, Esq., for challenging the Rt. Hon. Charles Brudenell Bruce, commonly called Lord Bruce addressed to the officers and gentlemen of the Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry.
The trial, with the whole of the evidence, and the speeches of the counsel, &c., in an action at the last assizes at Hereford, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Nares, and a special jury, wherein the Hon. Edward Foley was plaintiff, and the Right Hon. Charles Henry, Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth, defendant, for criminal conversation with Lady Ann Foley, the plaintiff's wife
The tryal of the Roman Catholicks
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, of the city of New-York, out of considerable property : with the speeches of counsel and opinion of the court on the motion of the District Attorney that a Nolle Prosequi be entered in the case : also a sketch of the imposter's character and a detailed history of his career as a "Prophet" together with many other particulars which have not hitherto been published /
David L. Yulee vs. Francis Vose affidavit of Francis Vose.
Letter of the Secretary of War communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of December 21, 1865, copies of the records and proceedings, with the review of the same by the Judge Advocate General, of the Military Commissions by which were tried and convicted E.W. Andrews, of South Carolina, J.M. Brown and C.C. Reese, of Georgia, J.L. McMillan and Neill McGill, of North Carolina.
Criminal chronology, or, The new Newgate calendar being interesting memoirs of notorious characters, who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England, during the seventeenth century and brought down to the present time chronologically arranged, comprising traitors, murderers, incendiaries, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, coiners, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, extortioners, sharpers, forgerers, pickpockets, fraudulent bankrupts, moneydroppers, imposters, and theives of every description : and containing a number of interesting cases never before published : with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations on particular cases, explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added, a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world /
Proceedings, arbitration between the Michigan Central Railroad Co., New York Central Railroad Co., Lehigh Valley Railroad Co., Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co., New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co., Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Co., Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co., Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co., Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad, Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co., Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway Co., Chicago Great Western Railroad Co., Peoria Railway Terminal Co. and certain employees, represented by the Switchmen's Union of North America submitted to arbitration, under the act of July 15, 1913, by agreement dated August 7th, 1916.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of the Reverend Grueber Lugard, Clerk with Grace Price Lugard his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Shaw's authenticated report of the Irish state trials, 1844
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Lieutenant Colonel Proby Thomas Cautley with Frances his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Further proceedings on the trial of John Horne, Esq., upon an information filed ex officio by His Majesty's Attorney General for a libel in the Court of King's Bench, on Wednesday the 19th and Monday the 24th of November
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Holland, on the joint "Opinion" of Mr. Baron Alderson and Mr. Justice Patteson and on the "Judgment" of Lord Lyndhurst, in the case of Lady Hewley's Trust.
A report of the case Elder v. Henderson for a libel, tried at the Northumberland Assizes, on Saturday, March 5th, 1831, before Mr. Justice Littledale.
A true and faithful account of the most material circumstances attending the mysterious disappearance of Samuel Field and Francis C. Jenkerson, (generally believed to have been murdered) together with an account of the discovery of the bodies, as detailed in the examination before Justices Aplin, Staples and Patten, of Joseph Antione, Johan Fransoeis Wohlfahrt, and Joanna Susan Wohlfahrt, who were suspected of the murder of these unfortunate boys.
The second trial of William Hone, on an ex-officio information, at Guildhall, London, December 19, 1817 before Lord Ellenborough and a special jury, for publishing a parody, with an alleged intent to ridicule the litany and libel the Prince Regent, the House of Lords, and the House of Commons.
Account of the trial, execution, &c., of Mary Nott, Eleanor Hughes, & Richard Ludman for murder
A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the year 1783 with notes and other illustrations /
Equitable Mortgage Company of Kansas City, Missouri agreement and plan of reorganization : dated March 19th, 1894.
"Gleanings" after Eugene Aram at Knaresborough in Yorkshire and Lynn, in Norfolk, unexpectedly gathered since the publication of his "Memoirs" /
Acusacion de los senores Enrique Wollman y Dr. Carlos Delcasse por injurias graves contra el contador Ramon Saint Marie
A narrative of the life and conversion of Alexander White, ̆t. 23, who was executed at Cambridge, November 18, 1784, for the murder of a Captain White, at sea containing extracts from his manuscripts, and some letters written by him a short time before his execution.
A rejoinder to the reply of the superior of the Society of the Sisters of Mercy of Devonport and Plymouth to a pamphlet entitled Miss Sellon and the "Sisters of Mercy"
A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time with notes and other illustrations /
In the House of Representatives, Forty-eighth Congress, John E. Massey, contestant, vs. John S. Wise, contestee brief of John E. Massey.
His Grace the Duke Wharton's speech in the House of Lords, on the third reading of the bill to inflict pains and penalties on Francis (late) lord bishop of Rochester, May the 15th. 1723
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Ford Motor Company, et al., defendants and appellants 47 Apr., 1918, filed Feby. 7, 1919, opinion.
Proceedings of a general court-martial held at Chelsea Hospital, which commenced on Tuesday, May 7, 1811, and continued by adjournment to Wednesday, 5th of June following for the trial of Lieut.-Col. Geo. Johnston, major of the 102d Regiment, late the New South Wales Corps, on a charge of mutiny (while Major George Johnston, Captain of the said Corps, then under his command and doing duty at Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales) exhibited against him by the crown, for deposing on the 26th of January, 1808, William Bligh, Esq., F.R.S. then captain in His Majesty's Navy (and since appointed rear-admiral of the blue,) captain-general and governor-in-chief in and over the said territory of New South Wales and its dependencies /
State trials and proceedings upon high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the reign of King Richard II to the end of the reign of King George I : with an alphabetical table of the names of the persons tried or proceeded against the crimes for which they were tried and the punishments of such as were convicted.
Correspondence between H.M.'s minister of foreign relations and the U.S. Commissioner on the case of John Wiley, an American citizen, imprisoned at the instance of Viscount William De La Perrotiere, M.D., a French subject.
In the Court of Appeals, Arthur W. Smith, Andrew A. Clark and William Foster Oakes, plaintiff-respondents, against London Assurance Corporation, defendant-appellant papers on appeal from order /
Crim. con. biography or, Celebrated trials in the ecclesiastical and civil courts for adultery and other crimes connected with incontinency : from the period of Henry the Eighth to the present time /
George W. Glover against Henry M. Baker, executor of Mary Baker Glover Eddy and Josiah E. Fernald, Archibald McLellan, Adam H. Dickey, Stephen A. Chase, Allison V. Stewart, John V. Dittemore, the last five being the Board of Directors of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts
Frank Hague, individually and as mayor of Jersey City, Daniel J. Casey, individually and as director of Public Safety of Jersey City, Harry Walsh, individually and as chief of police of Jersey City, and the Board of Commissioners of Jersey City, defendants-appellants, vs. Committee for Industrial Organization, Steel Workers Organizing Committee of the Committee for Industrial Organization, United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America, United Rubber Workers of America, William J. Carney, William J. Traynor, William P. McGinn, Samuel Macri, James P. Sweeney, Daniel J. Foley and American Civil Liberties Union, plaintiffs-appellees brief of the Special Committee on the Bill of Rights of the American Bar Association, as friends of the court.
Report of the case of Ezra A. Bourne versus the city of Boston tried in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, at Dedham, March 1853 /
Proceedings of the general court martial convened for the trial of Commodore James Barron, Captain Charles Gordon, Mr. William Hook and Captain John Hall, of the United States' Ship Chesapeake, in the month of January, 1808
Argument of Daniel Wells, Esq., on the trial of William Wyman, at Lowell, Nov. 1843, on an indictment against himself and others for embezzlement of the funds of the Phجnix Bank, Charlestown, Mass., before the Hon. Charles Allen, judge of the C.C. Pleas
Speech of Mr. Phillips delivered in the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, in the case of Guthrie versus Sterne : with a short preface.
Central Criminal Court sessions paper, Winchester, Mayor, seventh session, held May 11, 1835 minutes of evidence /
Aus dem alten Pitaval französische Rechts-und Culturbilder aus den Tagen Ludwig's des Dreizehnten, Vierzehnten und Fünfzehnten /
[Celebrated criminal cases of America]
The Committee of Five Bishops appointed by the House of Bishops to investigate the charges of heresy against Bishop Brown
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, December term, 1882, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant, at law appeal from Scott District Court : additional argument for appellees.
Bill in equity, Jenkins vs. Deblois
Authentic memoirs of William Wynne Ryland containing a succinct account of life and transactions of that great but unfortunate artist with moderate and impartial conjectures, of what most probably be the cause of his deviating from the line of prudence and integrity to which is added his trial, a letter to Mr. Donaldson, and an account of his behaviour at the place of execution.
John Nixon against Hester Nixon libel given in the 13th of December, 1762.
Notes of the cause tried at the Liverpool Summer Assizes, before Mr. Justice Cresswell and a special jury, August 27th, 1845, between W.E. Newton and the Grand Junction Railway Company for an infringement of letters patent for improvements in the construction of boxes for the axletrees of locomotive engines and carriages, and for the bearings or journals of machinery in general and also for improvements in oiling or lubricating the same.
Crim., con., report of a trial, in the Court of Common Pleas, before Lord Norbury and special jury, on Saturday, Dec. 14th, & Monday, Dec. 16th, 1816 John Hinds, gent. attorney, plaintiff, Doctor Philip Pierce Perry Myddleton, defendant : damages were laid at £5,000.
Decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on military commissions, (case, Ex-parte Lambdin, P. Milligan, et al.), delivered at December term, 1866
Petition for the reversal of the sentence passed on Mr. Pollard, Q.C.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York relative, etc., to the closing of West 151st Street between Riverside Drive extension and the United States Bulkhead Line of the Hudson River, borough of Manhattan, city of New York, in re Francis Higgins, appellant notice of motion on behalf of Francis Higgins for modification of the decision of this court of February 9, 1912, and brief of James A. Deering in support of motion.
M.P. Norton and E.B. Pillsbury vs. the European and North American Railway et als., in equity, no. 306 argument for complainants.
Bate Refrigerating Co., complainant, vs. Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants answers to appellant's last brief, called "Memorandum," etc.
Minutes of proceedings of the Court of Enquiry, into the official conduct of Capt. Isaac Hull, as commandant of the United States' Navy Yard, at Charlestown, in the state of Massachusetts, convened at the Navy-Yard, in said Charlestown, on the 12th day of August, A.D. 1822
Information for His Majesty's advocate, for His Highness's interest against John Porteous, late captain lieutenant of the city-guard of Edinburgh, pannel
Reply of the Rev. Thomas H. Skinner, to the Rev. J.G. Monfort, D.D. in his editorial of May 17, 1876
Reside case in the Court of Claims answer of Charles Naylor to the charges of J.B. Stewart : February 1, 1859 /
Lusetta J. Solt et al., appellees, vs. Lewis C. Anderson et al., appellants appeal from Hamilton County District Court : reply brief on part of appellant on re-hearing.
Testimony taken on behalf of John L. Mason, testimony taken on behalf of S.B. Rowley J.L. Mason's rebutting evidence.
In the United States Patent Office, Caron Corporation, opposer, against V. Vivaudou, Inc., applicant before the commissioner, opposition no. 5971 : brief on behalf of V. Vivaudou, Inc.
Joseph H. Patten, respondent, vs. Robert Lyon, points for the appellant, Robert Lyon
Souvenirs D'un Prisonnier D'Etat Canadien En 1888
The Campbell divorce case copious report of the trial /
An examination of the case of the people vs. Edward Robbins and John Sheffield, tried at the general sessions in and for the city and county of New-York, January 4th, 1819, reported in the New-York City Hall recorder for the same month
George L. Hoitt, appellant, v. Alfred Hoitt, appellee additional brief of appellant.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1926, no. 305 Pan American Petroleum & Transport Company and Pan American Petroleum Company, petitioners (defendants below), v. the United States of America, respondent (plaintiff below) : on writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit : petitioners' reply brief.
Review of the "Life of Michael Martin, who was executed for highway robbery, December 20, 1821, as given by himself"
Fairburn (senior's) edition of the trial of Charles Hussey for the wilful murder of Mr. George Bird and Mary Simmons, (his housekeeper) : on the evening of the 7th of February, 1818, in Mr. Bird's own house, London-Street, Greenwich : including the whole of the evidence, speeches of counsel, &c. : tried before Mr. Serjeant Lens, at Maidstone, Kent, on Friday, July 31, 1818 /
Letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Lyndhurst from Mr. Serjeant Manning, Her Majesty's ancient serjeant-at-law with reference to the debate, in the House of Commons, on the 20th June, 1854, upon Mr. Montagu Chamber's motion for a resolution "That the national good faith requires that the just claims of the Baron de Bode, established after protracted investigation, should be satisfied."
John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, complainants, against Gerhard Wessels, Charles T. Wessels and Henry E. Wessels, defendants printed papers on exceptions to defendants' answer.
Report of the trials of the murderers of Richard Jennings at a Special Court of Oyer and Terminer for the county of Orange, held at the Court House in the village of Goshen, on Tuesday, February 23rd 1819 : with arguments of counsel.
An appeal to the public on behalf of Samuel Vaughan, Esq., in a full and impartial narrative of his negotiation with the Duke of Grafton containing the several affidavits, letters, &c., of the Duke of Grafton and others, as filed in the Court of King's Bench, Michaelmas term, 1769, and the different pleadings and speeches on the case : together with an account of various transactions before and since the rule was made absolute : and an appendix relating to the public offices in the island of Jamaica.
Robert Gair, plaintiff-respondent, against Julius M. Cohen and Isaac Cohen, defendants-appellants brief for appellants on motion for re-argument.
Report of proceedings of trial, Supreme Court at Auckland, on a writ of scire facias, the Queen v. George Clarke
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, the people of the state of New York against William Sulzer, governor of the state on the motion of dismiss articles I. II. and VI.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, the United States, appellants, vs. Joseph F. Mayes, administrator of Sarah Alexander, no. 155 appeal from the Court of Claims : brief for the United States.
The Western Division of the Western North Carolina Railroad Company vs. George F. Drew, governor of the state of Florida, the Florida Central Railroad Company, and others answer of Thomas B. Coddington.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, United States, appellants, vs. William W. Burns, no. 158 appeal from the Court of Claims : brief for the United States.
The trial of Mr. H. Malone, on a charge of fraud and embezzlement of notes &c. &c., of the Bank of Ireland, on Monday, November 2d., at the Commission of Oyer & Terminer with the speech of the solicitor general and the luminous charge of Mr. Baron Smith to the jury : the whole compiled from notes accurately taken and enlarged /
Petitions and reply to the charges preferred against the Hon. E.B. Wood, c.j., province of Manitoba
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Northern District of Florida, opinion and decree of Mr. Justice Bradley in the Florida Railroad cases delivered May 31st, 1879.
Selections from the Queen's answers to various addresses presented to her together with Her Majesty's extraordinary letter to the King and an introduction and observations illustrative of their tendency.
Victor Sutro, Frank Ray Kimbley and Charles D. Robbins, partners trading as Sutro & Kimbley, plaintiff's-appellees, vs. Jacob Jacobson, defendant-appellant on appeal from Essex Circuit Court : brief of plaintiffs-appellees.
American and British Claims Arbitration
A full report of the trial of John Gordon and William Gordon, charged with the murder of Amasa Sprague before the Supreme Court of Rhode-Island, March term, 1844 with all the incidental questions raised in the trial carefully preserved-the testimony of the witnesses nearly verbatim-and the arguments of council and a correct plat of all the localites described in the testimony, prepared expressly for this report /
A correct report of the charge delivered at Wexford, March 28, 1808, by the Honourable Baron Smith on the trial of William Congreve Alcock, Esq., knight of the shire for that county and Henry Derinzy, Esq., the former charged with killing in a duel the late John Colclough, Esq., the latter, with aiding and abetting him therein.
Allen versus Dutton
American and British claims arbitration the tattler : memorial of the United States in support of the claim.
A Correct narrative of the parliamentary proceedings and various documents explanatory of the circumstances that have led to the disclosure of the delicate investigation the whole forming a necessary and useful appendix and companion to "'The book'"
Cases extracted from the reports of the Commissioners of charities, in England and from the calendars in Chancery with an appendix containing the statutes of 39 & 43 Elizabeth and other statutes of the realm, relating to the disposition of property for charitable and public uses, &c. /
A report of the judgment delivered by Dr. Radcliffe, in the case of Talbot v. Talbot, in the Consistorial Court of Dublin on the 2nd of May 1854 with observations on the practice of the ecclesiastical courts /
A Full and impartial account of the discovery of sorcery and witchcraft practis'd by Jane Wenham, of Walkerne in Hertfordshire, upon the bodies of Anne Thorn, Anne Street, &c. the proceedings against her from her being first apprehended till she was committed to goal by Sir Henry Chauncy : also her tryal at the Assizes at Hertford before Mr. Justice Powell were she was found guilty of felony and witchcraft and receiv'd sentence of death for the same, March 4, 1711-12.
Answers for Mr. Thomas Dundas younger of Fingask, to the petition and complaint of Mr. John Macleod of Muirvenside, advocate
A letter from the King to his people
American criminal trials
Report of the Forrest divorce case containing the full and unabridged testimony of all the witness, the affidavits and depositions together with the consuelo and forney letters.
Piratical barbarity or, The female captive comprising the particulars of the capture of the English sloop Eliza Ann on her passage from St. Johns to Antigua and the horrid massacre of the unfortunate crew by the pirates, March 12, 1825, and of the unparalleled sufferings of Miss Lucretia Parker, a passenger on board said sloopاwho after being retained a prisoner eleven days by the pirates, was miraculously delivered from their cruel hands : the work is concluded with some well written and interesting moral reflections of Miss Parker, who attributes the preservation of her life and deliverance from captivity to the interposition of divine providenceاwhich renders it a very valuable and interesting work to all moral and serious minded persons of whatever denomination.
Proceedings in the Senate on the investigation of the charges preferred against Horace G. Prindle, county judge and surrogate of Chenango County in pursuance of a message from His Excellency the Governor, transmitting the charges and recommending his removal.
Speech of Hon. Worthington C. Smith, of Vermont, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
In the Supreme Court of Texas, Chlotilde E. Mays, vs. F.M. Hammond and Mary E. Hammond, his wife argument for defendants /
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug "Edna V. Crew," appellants, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam tug "Portsmouth" and Barge "N.Y., P. & N. no. 2." appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner "Baker Palmer," appellee and appellant reply brief for N.Y., P. & N.R.R. Co., claimant of tug "Portsmouth" and barge "no. 2," appellee and appellant.
Report of the trial of Joel Clough on an indictment for the murder of Mrs. Mary W. Hamilton : before Chief Justice Hornblower, and four associate judges, at Mount Holly, New Jersey, in June 1833.
Edgerly, et als., vs. Barker, et als. brief for trustees.
In the matter of the last will and testament of Henry Parish, deceased points for the Anne Parish and Martha Sherman, contestants.
Documents respecting the cause John Vans Agnew, of Sheuchan, Esq., against the creditors of John Vans of Barnbarroch
Communication from the Secretary of the Commonwealth, relative to correspondence of the Wheeling bridge case
Report of the trial of John G. Cooley, editor of "The Reporter," a temperance paper for an alledged libel, upon K.H. Van Rensselaer, keeper of a fashionable grog shop in Stonington, styled the Waddawannuc, and one Lewis, keeper of a ninepin alley in connection therewith, before the Superior Court at Norwich, March term, 1847, His Honor Judge Henry M. Waite, presiding.
Second trial of John Francis Knapp by a new jury recommenced at Salem, August 14, 1830, for the murder of Capt. Joseph White : before the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at a special session commenced at Salem, July 20, 1830.
Saturday, March 19th, before Mr. Justice Williams, trial for libel, Dempster Heming, Esq., v. Henry Power, gent.
New York Security and Trust Company, James O. Bloss and George K. Gilluly, complainants, against Equitable Mortgage Company, defendant, in equity
Before the Congress of the United States, memorial of Alfred Hopkins, late a captain in the United States Navy the record of the court-martial in his case and brief of counsel in support of memorial.
In the Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna County, sitting in equity, Julia M. Miles and others against the New York, Susquehanna & Western Coal Company, Jermyn & Company and Elliott, McClure & Company argument on behalf of defendants by Everett Warren of counsel for the N.Y., S. & W. Coal Co., Elliott, McClure & Company, November 12th to 15th, 1907.
Monthly earnings of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen based on exhibit number 29, Western Conference Committee of Managers
In the Supreme Court of Texas, William S. Carothers, plaintiff and appellant, v. E. Sampson, et al, defendants and appellees argument by Geo. W. Paschal.
Proceedings of a court martial held at Cambridge by order of Major General Heath, commanding the American troops for the Northern District, for the trial of Colonel David Henley, accused by General Burgoyne, of ill treatment of the British soldiers, &c.
An account of the proceedings had in the Superior Court of the territory of Orleans, against Thierry & Nugent for libels and contempt of court with an account of Nugent's trial on an indictment for a libel /
An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, younger of Huntershill before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for seditious practices.
Eliza Whitlock White, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, v. Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees brief for Bate Refrigerating Co.
Between Federal Trust Company, a corporation duly established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and having a usual place of business in Boston, in the county of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, plaintiff, and Bristol County Street Railway Company, a street railway corporation established under the laws of said Commonwealth, and Taunton & Pawtucket Street Railway Company, a street railway corporation duly established under the laws of said commonwealth, defendants reservation and report to the Supreme Judicial Court.
Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James the noted Western outlaws : illustrated /
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confessions and dying words, of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 21st of July, 1735 : being the fourth execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Bellamy, knt.
Sir Peter Coats, Thomas Coats, James Coats, Archibald Coats, James Coats, Jr., and George Coats, doing business under the firm name of J. & P. Coats, vs. the Merrick Thread Company and Herbert F. Palmer defendants' record on final hearing.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the four malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 1st of May, 1758 : being the third execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Asgill, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
Tacna-Arica arbitration notes on the Peruvian case and appendix : submitted with the counter case of the Republic of Chile to the President of the United States as arbitrator under the provisions of the protocol and supplementary agreement entered into between Chile and Peru at Washington on July 20, 1922.
Opinion of Mr. Justice Wylie, of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia as to the rights of the pre-emptors on the "Soscol Ranch" in California.
A sketch of the life of R.P. Robinson, the alleged murderer of Helen Jewett, containing copious extracts from his journal
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Supreme Judicial Court, Suffolk, SS, no. 8424, in equity, between George Wharton Pepper, receiver, plaintiff, and the Boston Gas Light Company, et als., defendants bill of complaint.
Execution of Cox, M'Laurin, Sullivan, Ealey, and Morrison, the mutineers of the defiance, March 8th, 1796
Points of the closing argument in the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Ross Winans vs. the New York and Erie Railroad Company
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, at Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, nos. 640-641 Dana A. Rose, intervening petitioner, appellant, vs. the Continental Trust Company of New York, the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Railroad Company, Charles Hamlin, Ellen V. Hamlin, Hannibal E. Hamlin and Frank Hamlin, appellees, and the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Railroad Company, the Building & Contracting Company of Kentucky, Rhode Island Locomotive Works, Rhode Island National Bank, Signal Oil Works Company, Limited, Jules S. Bache, Ferdinand E. Canda, Charles Miller and Sylvester H. Kneeland, appellants, vs. the Continental Trust Company of New York, surviving trustee, et al., appellees : appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern Division of the Northern District of Ohio.
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924 on appeal from the appellate division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider J.G. O'Donoghue, and F.H. McGuigan - (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney General of Canada and the Attorney General of Ontario, intervenants : case for appellants.
Frederick Dolle, respondent, vs. Clark D. Rhinehart et al., appellants case and exceptions.
Mobile Transportation Company, appellant, vs. City of Mobile, Julia S. Barnes, Gregory L. Smith, Harry T. Smith, appellees brief for respondents upon motion to dismiss or affirm.
Exposition, historical and legal, of the title of Colin Mitchell, and others to lands in Florida now depending in the Supreme Court of the United States /
My own story an account of the conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebel who was declared governor of the state, and my indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity in his murder /
Official report of the proceedings, testimony and arguments in the trial of James H. Hardy, district judge of the Sixteenth Judicial District before the Senate of the state of California, sitting as a High Court of Impeachment /
Modern jury trials and advocates, containing condensed cases with sketches and speeches of American advocates the art of winning cases and manner of counsel described with notes and rules of practice /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, ex parte T. Jefferson Greer on habeas corpus to the marshal of the United States for the district of South Carolina : brief for the United States.
Charges and specifications against Richard Busteed, U.S. judge of the District Courts of the United States in Alabama
Oscar Wilde three times tried.
Charges against Justice Albert Cardozo, and testimony thereunder, before the Judiciary Committee of the Assembly, 1872
The trial and confession of Jesse Strang for the murder of John Whipple at Albany on the 7th of May, 1827 : being the only edition published containing all the evidence as given on that very interesting trial : to which is annexed, the sentence of death as delivered by the Judge Duer, also, in full the trial and acquittal of Mrs. Whipple, as an accessory to the murder of her husband : together with a sketch of the history of Jesse Strang & Mrs. Whipple.
Before the Board of Arbitration, arbitration between the Western Railroads and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, pursuant to arbitration agreement dated August 3, 1914, under the Act of Congress approved July 15, 1913 brief on behalf of the railroads.
Answers for Margaret Scruton, alias Gray, pursuer to the defences for John Gray, defender (before the commissaries)
The Crown calendar for the Yorkshire Summer Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday the 28th day of July, in the eighth year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord, George the Fourth, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, defender of the faith and in the year of Our Lord 1827, before the Honourable Sir John Bayley, knight, one of His Majesty's Justices assigned to hold Pleas before the king himself, and the Honourable Sir John Hullock, knight, one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer at Westminster /
"Titanic" disaster report of the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, pursuant to S. res. 238, directing the Committee on Commerce to investigate the causes leading to the wreck of the White star liner "Titanic" : together with speeches thereon by Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, and Senator Isidor Rayner of Maryland.
Fairburn's edition of the trial of Sir F. Burdett on a charge of a seditious libel against His Majesty's Government : including the defence at full length : tried at Leicester, on Wednesday, the 22d of March, 1820, before Mr. Justice Best and a special jury.
American and British claims arbitration, Cayuga Indians
In the Supreme Court of the state of Columbia, December term, 1931, Columbia Law School, Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition, final trial, Tropical Radio Corporation, appellant, vs. State Tax Commissioner, respondent brief for respondent.
A report of the judgment of the Right Hon. J. Radcliffe, in the Court of Prerogative in Ireland, in the cause wherein Thomas Lord Trimlestown was promovent, and Colonel John O'Shea was impugnant, pronounced on the 10th of January 1833 also, a report of the judgment of Wm. Henn, Esq., master in Chancery, one of the delegates on the appeal from the sentence of Dr. Radcliffe delivered on the 11th of May, 1839, with a written argument on the whole case, in reply to the advocates of the promovent on the hearing in the Court of Prerogative, preceded by an introduction, containing a brief abstract of the history of the litigation which arose in the family of Lord Nicholas, the testator, by the proceedings taken by Lord Thomas, his successor, to impeach his will.
A brief narrative of the case and tryal of John Peter Zenger, printer of the New-York Weekly Journal
The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Capt. John Quelch, and others of his company, &c., for sundry piracies, robberies and murder committed upon the subjects of the King of Portugal, Her Majesty's Allie, on the coast of Brasil, &c. who upon full evidence, were found guilty, at the Court-House in Boston, on the thirteenth of June, 1704 by virtue of a commission, grounded upon the act of the eleventh and twelfth years of King William, for the more effectual suppression of piracy, with the arguments of the Queen's council and council for the prisoners upon the said act : perused by his excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., captain-general and commander in chief in and over Her Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, in America, &c. : to which are also added, some papers that were produc'd at the tryal abovesaid : with an account of the ages of the several prisoners and the places where they were born.
The arguments in the case of the Elliot School rebellion
The memoirs of George Barrington containing every remarkable circumstance, from his birth to the present time including the following trials, 1. For robbing Mrs. Dudman, 2. Elizabeth Ironmonger, 3. Returning from transportation, 4. Robbing Sir G. Webster, 5. Mr. Bagshaw, 6. Mr. LeMesurier, 7. For outlawry, 8. For robbing Mr. Townsend : with the whole of his celebrated speeches, taken from the records of the King's Bench, Old Bailey, &c.
In the House of Lords, on an appeal from the Court of Chancery, between the Right Honorable John Ludford Chichester, commonly called Lord John Ludford Chichester, and Caroline Mary, his wife by Robert John Porcher Broughton, her next friend appellants and the Honorable and Reverend Thomas Coventry, William Mark Fladgate, George Robert Paul, out of the jurisdiction of the High Court of Chancery, and Louisa Harriet, his wife and Charles James Bevan respondents joint appendix of appellants and respondent Louisa Harriet Paul.
First report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of the act of 16th April, 1840, to settle the estates of John Nicholson, and Peter Baynton, made agreeably to a resolution of the Senate of 4th February, 1844, requesting information of the commissioners "What progress they have made in the investigation, and settlement of the claims of the Commonwealth, against said estates."
Trustees of Andover Theological Seminary v. visitors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy in Andover reservation.
An examination of Prof. Reese's "Review of the trial of Mrs. Wharton for the murder of General Ketchum"
Death in the mail a narrative of the murder of a wealthy widow and the trial and conviction of the assassin, who was her physician, attorney, and friendly adviser /
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924, on appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners, (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider, J.G. O'Donoghue, and F.H. McGuigan, (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney General of Canada and the Attorney General of Ontario, intervenants case for the appellants.
Dominick Connors, plaintiff-appellant, vs. Patrick Connolly, et als., defendants-appellees Supreme Court of Errors, Third Judicial District, January session, 1913 : brief for plaintiff and appellant.
Life of Michael Martin, who was executed for highway robbery December 20, 1821
Wilbur F. Whitney, plaintiff, plaintiff in error, v. Nathaniel E. Martin, defendant, defendant in error error to the Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of New Hampshire, judgement in Circuit Court (Lowell, J.), February 17, 1911 : record.
Financial ability of Western Railroads to pay increased compensation to Locomotive Engineers and Firemen
Report of the trial of Ephraim Wheeler for a rape committed on the body of Betsy Wheeler, his daughter, a girl thirteen years of age : before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Lenox, within and for the county of Berkshire, on the second Tuesday of September, 1805.
Speech of Hon. Julius Hotchkiss, of Connecticut delivered in the House of Representatives February 24, 1868.
Trial of the action in favor of the Rev. Samuel Russell of Boylston against John Howe of Boylston for defamation, at the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Worcester, April A.D. 1831.
A report of the trial of Henry Howley, upon on indictment for high treason
Processo compilato nel tribunale straordinario di Napoli per l'esplosione di polvere da guerra avvenuta nel palazzo abitato dal ministro della polizia generale
The counter case of the United States of America on behalf of the Orinoco Steamship Company against the United States of Venezuela with appendix.
Yang-Tsze Insurance Association, Limited, et al., libellants-appellees, vs. Furness, Withy & Company, Limited respondent-appellant and 14 other cases, no. 201, October term, 1913 brief for appellant.
Winding yarn or thread letters patent to John Boyd and Thomas Alexander Boyd, of Glasgow, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, engineers : for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for winding yarn or thread."
Report of proceedings in the Court of Queen's Bench on an application for a criminal information at the suit of S.R. Bosanquet and the justices of Monmouthshire against James Brown.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1889, no. 1472 Thomas Cunningham, sheriff of the county of San Joaquin, California, appellant, vs. David Neagle, appellee : brief and argument for David Neagle, appellee.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased, William S. Kernochan, Eliza P. Carr, J. Frederick Kernochan, Henry P. Kernochan, Abba E. Kernochan, Louise M. Kernochan, Joseph H. Kernochan, Walton O. Kernochan, Marshall R. Kernochan, an infant by J. Frederick Kernochan, his guardian ad litem and Margaret Montgomery, plaintiff's, respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants, action no. 1, second division no. 464 brief for appellants.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1879, Hallett Kilbourn, plaintiff in error, vs. John G. Thompson et al., defendants in error, no. 144 brief for plaintiff in error.
Memoirs of the life and most memorable transactions of Capt. William Henry Cranstoun containing an account of his conduct in his younger years, his letter to his wife to persuade her to disown him for an husband, his trail in scotland and the Court's decree there upon, his courtship of Miss Blandy, his success therein and the tragical issue of that affair, his voluntary exile abroad with the several accidents that besel him, from his flight to his death, his reconciliation to the Church of Rome, with the conversation he had with a Reverend Father of the church at the time of his conversion, his miserable death and pompous funeral.
James P. Kernochan and others against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and another, action no. 2 brief for defendants.
Frederick J. White vs. Lumiere North American Co., Ltd. Supreme Court Chittenden County October term, 1905, defendant's brief /
In the House of Lords, John Bellenden Ker, Esq., Henry Gawler, Esq., and John Seton Karr, of Kippielaw, Esq., appellants, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, bart., and James Horne, his commissioner, respondents, John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler, and John Seton Karr, Esqrs., appellants, Brigadier-General Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis, respondents, John Bellenden Ker, Esq. (in competition of Brieves), appellant, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet and General Ker, respondents case of the appellants in the three appeals.
Narcissus scrap-book containing an account of the seizure of a nude statuette by the City Marshal of New Bedford, the trial of the owner his suit against the marshal and comments of the press /
Cyrus Detweiler, complainant, vs. August Voege and Gustavus Voege, defendants complainants and defendants record of the complete case.
A new abridgement and critical review of the state trials wherein are inserted several trials not in any other collection : also some trials that were taken in haste and scarce intelligible are brought into regular order, and many deficiencies throughout the whole supply'd : likewise, remarks are made on each trial, shewing what the law in criminal cases anciently was, how it has been altered, and stands at this day : together, with impartial memoirs of the times and characters of the sufferers : to which is added, a compleat alphabetical index of the names of the prisoners tried, the times when their crimes, and their punishment /
Charles Keller, et al., constituting the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. Potomac Electric Power Company, appellee brief for appellee on the question of jurisdriction.
A report of the trial of Commodore David Porter, of the Navy of the United States, before a General Court Martial, held at Washington, in July, 1825
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, plaintiff, vs. Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, defendants, equity no. 44,189 brief on behalf of Commission.
Lee v. Rainey contested election, 1st Congressional District of South Carolina : contestee's brief.
The Hazen court-martial the responsibility for the disaster to the Lady Franklin Bay Polar expedition definitely established, with proposed reforms in the law and practice of courts-martial /
Twenty-five years' service, then twenty-five hundred dollars! Rebecca P. Hathaway, Amos Tenney, W. Farley Gray, Arnoux, Ritch & Woodford, Sutherland Tenney, clerk, United States District Attorney's Office, Sutherland Tenney Motor, John Lindley, Samuel Hathaway, William E. Andrew, William A. Treadwell.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1907, the United States, appellant, v. the Chandler-Dunbar Water Power Company, appellee on appeal from the United States Circuit of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit : petition of the United States for rehearing.
The United States, appellant, vs. Philip Roettinger, administrator of Jacob Clark, deceased appeal from the court of claims : filed June16, 1892 : (15054)
The Steamboat New York, Charles W. Durant and others, claimants and appellants, vs. Isaac P. Rea, owner of the Ship Sarah Johanna, appellee brief on the part of the appellants.
The Queen's letter to the King
[The marine belt]
Trial of the conspirators, for the assassination of President Lincoln, &c.
The tryal and condemnation of David Lindsay, a Scotch gent., late secretary to the Earl of Melford for high treason, upon the statute made in the ninth year of the late King William the IIIrd, for returning from France without license under the privy-seal of England, at the Queen's-Bench-Bar at Westminster, the 24th of April, 1704 : with all the learned arguments of council on both sides : before the Right Honourable Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor, Mr. Justice Nevill, Mr. Justice Powel, Mr. Justice Gold, Mr. Justice Tracy, Mr. Baron Bury, and Mr. Baron Smith &c.
The amazing crime and trial of Leopold and Loeb
The state of Tennessee vs. Julius J. DuBose, judge of the Criminal Court of Shelby County, Tennessee articles of impeachment and answer of defendant.
The tryal of Nathaniel Reading Esq., for attempting to stifle the Kings evidence as to the horrid plot had before the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer at the Kings-Bench-Barr at Westminster, on Thursday the 24th, of April, 1679 : who being convicted upon full evidence received judgement to be fined 1000l. imprisoned for one year and to be set in the pillory on Monday, then next following.
Land grants to Western Railroads
A full report of the proceedings in the case of the office of the judge promoted by Hodgson v. Rev. F. Oakeley before the Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Jenner Fust, kt., dean of the Arches, &c. &c. &c. /
Francis Vose against David L. Yulee
The Rollwagen will case, argument of Wm. Henry Arnoux, counsel for proponents
Francis Vose vs. Marcellus L. Stearns, et al., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of the state of Florida
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, docket 12964, consolidation of railroads brief on behalf of the Port of New York Authority.
David L. Yulee, vs. Francis Vose answer of Francis Vose.
J. Fred. Schutte, Jan Prins, et al., vs. the Western Division of the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, the Jacksonville, Pensacola & Mobile Railroad Co., et al., in equity, in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Florida
Report of the proceedings in the Bourda will case before the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of British Guana, April, 1865 : judges, their Honors J. Beaumont, c.j., R.C. Beete, 1st p.j., B.G. Norton, 2nd p.j.
The libel suit of Knowles v. Douglass, 1748 and 1749
The Life, adventures and amours, of Sir R- P- who so recently had the honour to present the F- address at the English court.
The trial of the Earl of Somerset for the poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury in the tower of London and various matters connected therewith from contemporary mss. /
Edward S. Stokes, plaintiff in error, vs. the people, &c., defendants in error analysis of the judge's charge.
Confessions, trials and biographical sketches of the most cold blooded murderers who have been executed in this country from its first settlement down to the present timeاcomplied entirely from the most authentic sources : containing also accounts of various other daring outrages committed in this and other countries.
Report of the proceedings respecting Rugby School, before the Right Hon. Lord Langdale, master of the rolls with His Lordship's judgment thereon.
The Queen vs. Louis Riel, accused and convicted of the crime of high treason report of trial at Regina.اAppeal to the Court of Queen's Bench, Manitoba.اAppeal to the Privy Council, England.اPetition for medical examination of the convict.اList of petitions for commutation of sentence, Ottawa.
[Trials in connection with the North-west rebellion, 1885]
[Trial of Louis Riel]
The people of the state of New York, plaintiff in error, against Francisco Geň Salvador, defendant in error bill of exceptions.
Trial of Parkhusrt Whitney, Timothy Shaw, Noah Beach, William Miller, and Samuel M. Chubbuck, for a conspiracy, the abduction, false imprisonment, and assault and battery, of William Morgan, had at a special Circuit Court, held at Lockport, Niagara County, Feb. 1831 the Hon. Samuel Nelson, one of the justices of the Supreme Court, presiding : embracing the testimony, arguments of counsel, judge's charge, &c.
Case of John, Duke of Athol
A report of the trial of Thomas Clewes, for the murder of Richard Hemming and of the proceedings upon several indictments against the said Thomas Clewes, and against John Barnett and George Bankes, touching the murders of the said Richard Hemming, and the Rev. George Parker, at the Worcester Assizes, March 11, 1830, before Mr. Justice Littledale /
Conduct of Emory Speer hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-third Congress on conduct of Emory Speer, United States district judge, Southern District of Georgia.
Opinion of John M. Read, Esquire against the right of the city councils to subscribe for stock in the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and to increase the city debt and taxes for that purpose.
The states of Louisiana & Maryland vs. the executors of John McDonogh and the cities of New Orleans & Baltimore
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting, in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 26th ultimo, a copy of the proceedings of a court martial ordered by Commodore Isaac Chauncey, at the instance of Midshipman Marston, for the trial of Captain John Orde Creighton, and also of the memorial of sundry midshipmen and other officers of the Mediterranean squadron, emanating from the proceedings of the said court martial
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting a statement of the amount of moneys paid to the Marshal of the District of Columbia, for the expenses of holding courts within the same, since the assumption of jurisdiction by Congress over said district, together with the amount paid, during the same period to the circuit judges thereof.
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting statements in relation to fines, penalties and forfeitures, levied and collected by order of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia, from the year 1801 to the close of the year 1819, also, statements designating the expenses incurred on account of the District Court of the United States, and those incurred on account of the sittings of the Supreme Court.
American and British claims arbitration, the "Coquitlam" answer of the United States.
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D. Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, September 1, 1924, to members of the House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The trial of Richard England, on Friday the 19th day of February 1796, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey before the Hon. Mr. Justice Rooke, and the first Middlesex jury, for the murder of William Peter Legh Rowlls, Esq., in a duel at Cranford Bridge, in the county of Middlesex, on the 18th day of June 1784 /
Preliminary proceedings had in a third groundless, vexatious, and iniquitous suit instituted against William Carmichael Smyth, Esq., (one of the paymasters of Exchequer bills,) in the Consistorial Court of the Lord Bishop of London shewing the absolute necessity of an immediate reform in that department of the laws of England.
The Consolidated Coal Company, owner of the Charles F. Mayer, libelant, petitioner, against the Steamer Admiral Schley, the American Mail Steamship Company, owner and claimant of the Steamer Admiral Schley, libelant, against the Steamer Charles F. Mayer, petitioner brief opposing the issue of a writ of certiorari.
The trial in the Supreme Court, of the information in the nature of a quo warranto filed by the attorney general, on the relation of Coles Bashford vs. Wm. A. Barstow contesting the right to the Office of Governor of Wisconsin.
A report of the case of the King v. Westwood with a preliminary digest of the authorities on the points of corporation law therein discussed and referred to /
The trial of Albert J. Tirrell, on the charge of arson
The entire life and full confession of Arthur Orton, the Tichborne claimant
Gerhard Wessels and Charles T. Wessels, complainants, against John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, defendants amended bill of complaint.
The trial of Thomas Williams, Esq., of Brynbras Castle, Caernarvonshire, indicted with Ellen Evans & Ann Williams, two of his servents for forgery at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London on Monday, April 9th, 1838 and four following days before Mr. Baron Parke : which ended in their entire acquittal /
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, vs. Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees brief for appellant.
The case of Thomas C.A. Dexter Military Commission at Mobile, arguments for the defendant before the President of the United States.
A candid and impartial statement of facts relating to the half-acre footpath near Ware together with an appendix containing the report of the proceedings in the Court of King's Bench : and the affidavits made therein, to which is added : a brief account of the Master's (J. Lushington, Esq.) attendance at Ware to view the path /
Report of the trial of Robert Reid for murder before the High Court of Justiciary, on Monday, 29th June 1835.
The Crown calendar for the Yorkshire Spring Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday, the 9th day of March, in the second year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lady Victoria, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith and in the year of Our Lord 1839 : before the Hon. Sir James Parke, knight, one of the barons of Her said Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at Westminster, and the Hon. Sir Edward Hall Alderson, knight, one other of the barons of Her said Majesty's Court of Exchequer /
In the Court of Appeals, the people of the state of New York, on the relation of Thomas E. Davis & Courtlandt Palmer against Oscar W. Sturtevant case.
In the House of Lords, (from the Court of Session in Scotland), the Lady Sophia Frederica Christina Hastings Mure, now Marchioness of Bute, and (by order of the House) the Most Honourable John Crichton Stuart Marquis of Bute, her husband, for his interest, appellants, the Most Honourable Paulyn Reginald Serlo Marquis of Hastings, Earl of Loudoun, &c., and Patrick Boyle, Esquire, younger of Shewalton, advocate, his factor loco tutoris, respondents the respondent's case.
Trial of Joseph Fowke, Francis Fowke, Maha Rajah Nundocomar, and Roy Rada Churn for a conspiracy against Warren Hastings, Esq.
Evidence of William Birks, maltster and cheesemonger, Charnes Old Hall, county of Stafford on the trial of the cause Sparrow and others v. Crewe, which took place at the Stafford Lent Assizes, on March 18, & 19, 1822, as extracted from the short hand notes of Mr. Fraser, of Thavies Inn.
Walter Annenberg and Paul G. Jeans, petitioners, versus D.C. Coleman, as Sheriff of Dade County, Florida, respondent habeas corpus : brief for petitioners.
In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, October term, 1914, United States of America v. Motion Picture Patents Company and others brief for the United States.
United States of America v. the Chemical Foundation, Incorporated opinion of court.
In arbitration, Charles F. Beach, Jr., plaintiff, against Simon Sterne, defendant Frederick R. Coudert, arbitrator. Statement on behalf of Mr. Simon Sterne, in reply to the publication of Mr. Herbert B. Turner's argument for the plaintiff / E. Ellery Anderson, attorney for Simon Sterne.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1926, Edwin C. Jameson, Roy W. Baldwin, Louis v. Bright, Joseph S. Frelinghuysen and Thomas Read, petitioners, vs. Samuel Alschuler, Albert B. Anderson, George T. Page, and Evan A. Evans, being the circuit judges of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and James H. Wilkerson, being a judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, respondents petition for rule to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not issue and for the issuance of a writ of mandamus.
Metropolitan Steamship Company, petition of the W. & A. Fletcher Company, memorandum for the petitioner upon proceedings before Hon. Levi Turner, master
John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, complainants, against Gerhard Wessels, Charles T. Wessels and Henry E. Wessels, defendants, in equity brief of defendants, Gerhard and Charles T. Wessels on exceptions to their answer filed to the bill of complaint.
Bradshaw & Kaye v. Foster full report of the trial at the Shire Hall, Lancaster, January 15th to 24th, 1896, before the Hon. Sir Charles Edward (baron) Pollock and the Hon. Sir Gainsford Bruce, two of Her Majesty's judges of the High Court of Justice.
The tryal of Mr. John Whaley, on an action brought against him by Mrs. Elizabeth Davis for a non-performance of a promise of marriage try'd on Friday, the 26th of June, 1730, at the sittings at Guildhall, in His Majesty's Court of Common-Pleas, before the Right Honourable Sir Robert Eyre.
W.E. Tait, et al., heirs of Dr. Samuel Bond, deceased, vs. the New York Life Insurance Company
Report of the Joint committee of the General Assembly of Alabama, in regard to the alleged election of Geo. E. Spencer, as U.S. senator, together with memorial and evidence
Report of the case of Egan & another against Threlfall being an action of trover for a thousand pound bank note, tried at Lancaster at the summer assizes, 1823, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Holroyd /
The memoirs of the celebrated and beautiful Mrs. Ann Carson, daughter of an officer of the U.S. Navy, and wife of another, whose life terminated in the Philadelphia prison
[American Claims against Germany]
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1899, the United States of America, plaintiff, v. the state of Louisiana, defendant no. -- [actual number not printed or supplied], original.
Contested-election case of James S. Davenport v. T.A. Chandler from the First Congressional District of Oklahoma.
The Tryals of Peter Messenger, Richard Beasley, William Green, Thomas Appletree, John Earles, William Wilks, William Ford, Richard Farrell, Edward Cotton, Edward Bedle, Richard Latimer, John Sharpless, Richard Woodward, Thomas Limerick, John Richardson, for high treason in tumultuously assembling themselves in Moor-Fields, and other places, under colour of pulling down of bawdy-houses : at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily on Saturday, April 4, 1668, some of whom were afterwards executed : to which is added, the judgment of the judges on that occasion, reported by my Lord Chief Justice Kelyng.
Lynn Gas Light Company, respondents, appellants, v. Aaron S. Higgins et al., libellants, appellees brief for libellants, appellees.
Report at large of the trial of Charles de Reinhard for murder, (committed in the Indian territories,) at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Quebec, May 1818 : to which is annexed, a summary of Archibald M'Lellan's, indicated as an accessary /
Message from the Governor, accompanied with the report of the commissioners of the Nicholson Court of Pleas
Increased operating costs of Western Railroads not due to wage payments to Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1890-1913
Lynn Gas-Light Company, respondents, appellants, v. Aaron S. Higgins et al., libellants, appellees the "Calvin P. Harris" : brief for appellants.
Who wrote the letters?, or, A statement of facts, onnected [sic] with the extraordinary trial, Cassan, clerk, v. Ireland, clerk shewing, by circumstances detected since the trial, that the verdict is become of none effect and tending to the development of the mysterious plot against the late curate of Frome, as well as to the formation of an opinion as to the real authors of the letters which gave rise to the action : to which are subjoined, copied of the letters, the detection of various falsehoods, a copy of the Frome resolutions, with other interesting matter /
Before the Venezuela Boundary Commission, brief for Venezuela.
A narrative of the diabolical, appalling, horrible and bloody murder of Mr. Weare a murder that stands alone in the criminal annals of the country, for the cold-blooded manner in which it was planned, executed, and afterwards treated, by the guilty parties : with lives of the Thrutells, Hunt and Probert, and every particular relative to the transaction.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Advocate, on the execution of Robert Johnston, December 30, 1818
A full & correct account of the state trials held at the Old Bailey, on Monday, the 17th day of May, 1820, and following days before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and other commissioners appointed by His Majesty, containing the whole of the evidence adduced on the trials with a copious and correct detail of the various arrangements made to murder His Majesty's ministers and effect a revolution in the country together with the speeches made by Thistlewood, Ings, Brunt, Davidson, Tidd and other prisoners, when asked why sentence of death should not be passed upon them for high treason : also an account at large of their behaviour previous to being brought on the scaffold and their execution and decapitation.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Hope, Henry Bates, master, an appeal from Bernuda, Samuel Bayard, Esq., the agent appointed by the government of the United States of America to prosecute claims and appeals in Prize Causes, for Henry Bates, the master and claimant of the said vessel, and the cargo and private adventures laden on board her as American property, claimant and appellant, against Josiah Basden, commander of the private ship of war the Favorite, captor and respondent appellant's case.
E.B. Ward, et. al., owners of the Steamer Atlantic vs. the Propeller Ogdensburgh, and Chamberlin & Crawford her owners, in admiralty tried and determined at Columbus in the district of Ohio, at the April term U.S. District Court, A.D. 1853, Hon. Humphrey H. Leavitt, judge /
Doubling and winding machines letters patent to Walter McGee and William McGee, both of paisley, in the county of Renfrew, North Britain, engineers, for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for doubling and winding fibrous materials."
Earnings of Machinists compared with earnings of Engineers and Firemen
Earl Ives, respondent, against the South Buffalo Railway Company, appellant brief in support of workmen's compensation act /
The Chicago and Alton Railroad Company, appellant, vs. Samuel H. Turrill appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois.
American Steel Barge Company v. Cargo of Coal, &c., on steamer "City of Everett." brief for libellant.
In the Assembly of the state of New York, in the matter of the investigation of the accusations against Warren B. Hooker, a justice of the Supreme Court proceedings had and evidence taken before the Committee on Judiciary of the Assembly.
The United States ex rel. Peter Coleman against Lewis F. Payn, United States Marshal, the same against John I. Davenport, United States Commissioner relator's brief in rebuttal.
Trial of the Rev. Edward Irving, M.A a cento of criticism.
Howard Conkling, plaintiff-respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants-appellants
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant, on bill &c. brief for complainant upon motion to continue a receivership.
Correct report of the trial of William Holden, James Ashcroft, the Elder, James Ashcroft, the Younger, David Ashcroft, and John Robinson for the murder of Margaret Marsden and Hannah Partington and for robbery in the dwelling-house of Mr. Thos. Littlewood, at Pendleton : before Sir. Richard Richards, knight, Lord Chief Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at Lancaster Assizes, on Friday, the fifth of September, 1817 /
Arthur S. Plews, plaintiff, plaintiff in error, v. Albert C. Burrage, defendant, defendant in error brief for defendant in error.
Before Sir J.P. Wilde and a special jury, Clayton v. Davis
The trial between J.G. Biker, plaintiff and M. Morley, doctor of physic, defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife, on Tuesday the 30th of June, at Guildhall, London
Crim. con. laid at Đ10,000 damages the trial between Mr. Gregson, an attorney, and Mr. M'Taggart, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : which was tried at the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, before Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough and a special jury, July 27, 1808.
District Court of the United States, district of New Hampshire, in re petition of Harry Kendall Thaw for writ of habeas corpus : opinion.
Eddy litigation "Of reforming a contract in equity, correcting the writings either in a separate suit, or in any trial where error is alleged" : leading principles.
The tryal and condemnation of Capt. Thomas Vaughan for high treason in adhering to the French-king and for endeavouring the destruction of His Majesty's ship in the Nore : who upon full evidence was found guilty at the Sessions House in the Old-Baily, on the 6th of Novemb. 1696 : with all the learned arguments of the King's and prisoners council, both of the civil and common law upon the new act of Parliament for regulating tryals in cases of high treason : perused by Sir Charles Hedges, judge of the High Court of Admiralty, the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Lord Chief Justice Treby, and the council present at the tryal : to which is added Captain Vaughan's commission at large which he had from the French-king : as also an account of the tryal of John Murphey for high treason.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals for Prizes, the Sloop Endeavour, John Bowyer, master, the said John Bowyer, the master and claimant of the said sloop and goods, and of the Negro slaves laden therein at the time of the capture thereof by the private ship of war the Alarm, John De Garis, commander, appellant, against the said John De Garis, the captor of the said sloop and goods, and Negro slaves, in special, and all others in general, respondent case on behalf of the appellant.
In the District Court of the United States, District of New Jersey, in equity, United States of America, plaintiff, v. the Atlas Portland Cement Company, Allentown Portland Cement Company, Alpha Portland Cement Company, Bath Portland Cement Company, Coplay Cement Manufacturing Company, Dexter Portland Cement Company, the Edison Portland Cement Company, Giant Portland Cement Company, Glens Falls Portland Cement Company, Hercules Cement Corporation, Knickerbocker Portland Cement Company, Lawrence Cement Company, Lehigh Portland Cement Company, Nazareth Portland Cement Company, Penn-Allen Cement Company, Pennsylvania Cement Company, Phoenix Portland Cement Company, Security Cement and Lime Company, and the Vulcanite Portland Cement Company, all corporations defendants bill of complaint.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes Africa, Jeremiah Connolly, master, Lieutenant John Mitchell, commander of His Majesty's Ship Diadem, the captor, appellant, Jeremiah Connolly, the master and claimant of the ship and cargo, as American property, respondent : appeal from Tortola : appellant's case.
Stephen H. Mills et al., against the Steamship "Scotia", Tweedy, Peters & Company against the same brief.
Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry, held at the Weavers' Hall, on Monday, Feb. 27, 1801, to investigate certain alleged charges exhibited against Serjeant Wm. Hunter, of the liberty rangers, by some of the officers of that corps
Esquire, incorporated, appellant, v. Frank C. Walker, as Postmaster General of the United States, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia.
The Jesse Hoyt will case opinion of Hon. Daniel G. Rollins, surrogate.
The Barbavilla trials and the Crimes Act in Ireland
In the District Court of the United States for the District of Minnesota, the United States of America, petitioner, v. International Harvester Company et al., defendants final decree and order amending it.
The indictment, trial and sentence of Mess. Tاs Kاr, Aاw Bاn, and Rاt Mاn, before the Associate Synod, at the instance of the Rev. Mr. Adam Gib
The tryal of Sir Edward Moseley, bart., indicted at the King's-Bench-Bar for committing a rape upon the body of Mrs. Anne Swinnerton, January 28, 1647 to which are added the depositions against Mr. Clark, pastor of a Presbyterian congregation at Lambeth for committing fornication with the widow Coleman of the said parish, Anno 1708.
Parish will case in the Court of Appeals : statement of facts on behalf of Daniel Parish and the heirs of James Parish, deceased, brothers of Henry Parish, deceased for the court.
The United States versus the corporation of Georgetown opinion of Hon. Thos. Crawford, judge of the Criminal Court, District of Columbia.
Hugh Lewis, against Susanna Lewis libel given in the 3d of May, 1771.
The authentic confessions of William Masterson, the cruel murderer of his father and mother! together with a complete account of his various robberies and murders, including that of Mr. Manning of Buffalo and the beautiful Miss Emman Marlin : added to which is the history of that most fiendish murderer and expert burglar and pick-pocket, Thomas Little, the accomplice of Masterson.
A statement of facts and circumstances connected with the recent trial of the Bishop of New-York
Argument of Ex-Gov. Joseph E. Brown on the unconstitutionality of the test oath to attorneys-at-law in the United States District Court at Savannah, on the motion of Hon. William Law, who applied to be permitted to resume his practice in the court without taking the oath, Hon. John Erskine, presiding in said court.
A correct report of the trials of Thomas Jonathan Wooler, for two libels contained in the third and tenth numbers of the Black dwarf, of which the defendant was author and printer : before Mr. Justice Abbott and a special Jury, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Thursday, June 5th, 1817.
Report of the Joint Special Committee of the General Court on a petition for the removal of Edward P. Pierce from the office of Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court
The trial of John Costley, gent., (ensign in the county of Roscommon militia) for conspiring with Charles Frazer Frizell, Esq., barrister at law, in an intention to murder the Rev. William Ledwich, parish priest of Rathfarnham in the county of Dublin held before the Hon. Dennis George, second baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, and the Hon. Robert Day, second justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, at the Session House in Green-Street on Thursday the 23d. of February, 1804 /
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confessions and dying words of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn on Friday the 8th of this instant March, 1734 : being the third execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir William Billers, Knt.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Southern District of New York, in equity, Marshall O. Roberts, the United States Mail Steamship Company, the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, Edwin Croswell, Prosper M. Wetmore, James Van Nostrand, William H. Aspinwall, John L. Aspinwall, William E. Howland, and Samuel W. Comstock, (impleaded with George Law,) defendants, ads. Albert G. Sloo and Ellwood Fisher, complainants affidavits on the part of the defendants, to oppose motion for injunction.
Report of the trial of Dr. George Lillie Smith and Robert Campbell for wilful fire-raising, High Court of Justiciary, on the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th January, 1855 /
The whole proceedings on the trial of the indictment the king, on the prosecution of William Jones, gentleman, against the Rev. William Davies Shipley, dean of St. Asaph, for a libel : at the assize at Shrewsbury, on Friday the 6th of August, 1784 : before the Hon. Francis Buller /
First mortgage refunding five per cent gold bonds total issue, Fort Dearborn Safe Deposit Company to Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank, trustee : trust deed.
The United States, plaintiff in error, against Harvey C. Shauver, defendant in error memorandum in support of the constitutionality of the "Migratory Bird" law filed on behalf of the Boone & Crockett Club and the New York Zoological Society.
The trial and imprisonment of Geo. W. Felts, a deaf old soldier robbed of his rights the truth in the case
An Account of Dr. John Wilson who recently died in Brattleboro, believed by many to be the notorious "Capt. Thunderbolt"
Patrick Cudahy and John Cudahy, plaintiffs, against Clarke D. Rhinehardt, as Sheriff of Kings County, defendant case on appeal.
Trial before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, at the instance of Daniel Ross, woodsawer in Aberdeen against Lieutenant-Colonel George Mackenzie, Captain Felix Bryan Macdonogh, Serjeants Andrew Mackay & Alex. Sutherland, all of the late regiment of Ross & Cromarty rangers for the murder of John Ross, late soldier in the corps of riflemen, in the streets of Aberdeen, on the fourth of June, 1802.
The Honourable the Commissioners of the Forfeited Estates, appnt., George Lochart of Carnwath Esq., respnt the respondent's case.
The minutes of what was offered by Warren Hastings, Esquire, late Governor General of Bengal, at the Bar of the House of Commons, upon the matter of the several charges of high crimes and misdemeanors presented against him in the year 1786
David Stewart, respondent, against Collis P. Huntington, appellant, impleaded with others brief for plaintiff and respondent.
Argument for the complainant in the case of the state of Pennsylvania, vs. the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company in support of the commissioners report upon the necessity and utility of the steam packet chimneys now used on the Ohio river, in reply to Mr. Russell /
Culverwell v. Sidebottom a letter to Her Majesty's Attorney-General, with a full report of the above extraordinary trial /
In the Common Pleas, Moss v. Smith tried before Lord Chief Justice Wilde and a special jury /
George F. Willett, et al., vs. Robert F. Herrick, et al., number 5334 plaintiffs' brief.
Memoirs of Madam Chester of Manchester
The Girard Bank vs. George H. Boker and Charles S. Boker, administrators of the estate of Charles S. Boker, dec'd
Piracy of registered designs, M'Crea v. Holdsworth important trial in the Court of Queen's Bench, (being the second trial,) before Lord Chief Justice Cockburn, on 18th February, 1864.
Report of the judgment delivered by the Court of Exchequer in the case of Bellamy & anr. v. Marjoribanks & ors on making the rule Nisi (which had been obtained by the defendants) absolute, for a new trial, 7th February 1852.
Case of the Somers' mutiny, defence of Alexander Slidell Mackenzie, commander of the U.S. brig Somers, before the court martial held at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn
Award in arbitration between the United Electric Railways Company and Providence Division no. 618 of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America.
Argument of Hon. George Bliss, of Counsel for the Government in the second trial of the case of the United States vs. Thomas J. Brady, John W. Dorsey, John R. Miner, John M. Peck, Stephen W. Dorsey, Harvey M. Vaile, and Montford C. Rerdell in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, April 30, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, and 8, 1883
Reply of E.W.M. Mackey to the Investigating Committee of City Council, June, 1878
Report and findings of the Senate Committee of Investigation appointed pursuant to S.R. no. 21, relative to charges of attempted bribery in the election of Marcus A. Hanna, as United States senator by the 73d General Assembly of Ohio.
In the District Court of Appeal of the state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant, no. 1437, felony to wit, offering a bribe transcript on appeal from the judgment of the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the city and county of San Francisco and from the order of said court denying defendant's motion for a new trial, etc., department no. 11, Honorable William P. Lawlor, judge.
Decree of the District Court of Davis County, Iowa, in the case of E.B. Ward vs. the Burlington & Southwestern Railway Company, and others
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Appeals in Prize Causes, the Albion, alias Anna Catharina, Johan Stormer, master papers, minutes and decrees on a motion for an attachment to be decreed : (appeal from Antigua).
"Unlawful Cohabitation," as defined by Chief Justice Chas. S. Zane of the territory of Utah in the trial of Angus M. Cannon, Esq., in the Third District Court, Salt Lake City, April 27, 28, 29, 1885 full report of the arguments as to the term "Cohabitation" in the above law /
The Rhode Island question Mr. Webster's argument in the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Martin Luther vs. Luther M. Borden and others, January 27th, 1848.
Morris Gescheidt, respondent, against Joel Wolfe, appellant case.
Mrs. Brown on the Tichborne case
Decision by Hon. Murray Hoffman, in the Superior Court of the city of New York, in the case of Morris Ketchum, Thomas Rogers and Edward Bement vs. John A. Stevens, president of the "Bank of Commerce in New-York."
Mobile Transportation Company, appellant, versus, City of Mobile, et als., appellees
Mr. Alexander Bayne, advocat, appellant, the Commissioners and Trustees for Forfeited Estates, respondents the respondents case.
Modern state trials revised and illustrated with essays and notes /
Report of special committee to investigate charges against Judge George W. English
In the Court of the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, John Moore vs. James Jackson, ex dem., Samuel Erwin and others in error points on the part of the plaintiff in error.
Franz A. Muller, George Vanderkors and Edward C.B. Danielzoon vs. David Dows, et al.
Mr. Jay's argument in the Du Lux case, Nov. 27th, 1857
Mr. H. Cossham v. "Times and Mirror," action for alleged libel, High Court of Justice at Westminster, Common Pleas Division, (before Mr. Justice Denham and a special jury)
Report of proceedings under Commissions of Oyer & Terminer and Gaol Delivery, for the county of York, held at the Castle of York before Sir Alexander Thomson, knight, one of the barons of the Exchequer, and Sir Simon Le Blanc, knight, one of the justices of the Court of King's Bench, from the 2d to the 12th of January 1813 /
Report of the case Kittredge vs. Emerson decided in the Superior Court of Judicature, held in the First Judicial District of New-Hampshire, July Term, 1844.
Report of the action, Wright v. Clement for certain libels published in Cobbett's Political Register : tried in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, on Friday, the 10th of December, 1819, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury /
Report of the board of officers in the case of Fitz-John Porter, late major-general of volunteers
Fergus Mullen, plaintiff and respondent, vs. the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant
Mr. Butler's statement, originally prepared in aid of his professional counsel
Murder by a Deputy U.S. Marshal E.M. Dalton waylaid and assassinated in cold-blood : sworn testimony of eye-witnesses.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, Moncure Robinson, Jr., and Lydia M.B. Robinson, his wife, plaintiffs below and appellees, vs. the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, defendant below and appellant error to the Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, paper book of appellees.
Mr. Fairchild's trial
[Mr. Occom's sermon at the execution of Moses Paul]
Mobile Transportation Company, appellant, vs. City of Mobile, Julia S. Barnes, Gregory L. Smith, Harry T. Smith, appellees
Mrs. M.C. Rudd's genuine letter to Lord Weymouth, with several authentic anecdotes of the late Messrs. Perreaus, together with an explanation of the conduct of a certain great city patriot
Mrs. Brown on the Tichborne defence
Mr. Martin's lawsuit its object cash, not vindication : wasted exertion how and why it failed.
Montgomery Building and Construction Trades Council et al., petitioner, Ledbetter Erection Company, Inc., respondent brief for respondent.
Moses S. Gordon et al., complainants, v. Frances E. Kittredge, executrix, et al., respondents pleadings and evidence.
George H. Monroe vs. Charles Peck points for defendant.
Morris F. Brainard and another, plaintiffs and respondents, against the county of Kings, the county of Queens, Casper W. Dean, and John A. Westbrook, defendants and appellants, impleaded with others, defendants and respondents case and exception on appeal.
Murther, murther, or, A bloody relation how Anne Hamton dwelling in Westminster nigh London by poyson murthered her deare husband Sept. 1641, being assisted and counselled thereunto by Margeret Harwood for which both committed to gaole, and at this time wait for a tryall.
Mr. Horatio Bottomley, return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 17th July, 1922, for "Certified copies of the indictment, conviction and sentence of the court in the case of the King against Horatio Bottomley, a member of this House, tried at the Central Criminal Court on 18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th and 29th days of May, 1922, and a certificate of the final determination of the said Horatio Bottomley's appeal to the Court of Criminal Appeal against the said conviction and sentence and also a certificate from the Governor of His Majesty's prison at Wormwood Scrubs that the said Horatio Bottomley is held in custody by him in pursuance of said sentence"
Mrs. Maybrick's own story, my fifteen lost years
A report of the judgment delivered in the Supreme Consistorial Court of Scotland, by the honourable the judges of that court, in the divorce cause of Mrs. Mary Margaret Gordon, or Pye, the wife against Lieut. Col. Pye, the husband as printed in the appendix of the Lord advocate's petition to the Court of Session in Scotland
In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, before Mr. Justice Denman and a special jury, Wertheimer v. Goode
In the Queen's Bench, proceedings on the trial of the cause Jacob Morgan, plaintiff, versus the Rev. Iltyd Nicholl, defendant, before Mr. Justice Willes and a special jury
Mordaunt v. Mordaunt, Johnstone, and Cole full report of each day's trial of the great divorce case containing all the letters and evidence of the Prince of Wales and Sir F. Johnstone.
Monthly earnings of Locomotive Engineers employed on Western Railroads
Mr. Griffin's appeal to the Right Hon. the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, in a letter to their Secretary against the sentence passed on him at a court-martial held on board His Majesty's Ship Somerset at Chatham, December 3, 1750
In the Court of Exchequer, (Scotland,) Report of proceedings in causa Her Majesty's advocate v. Fleming and others claiming the vessel "Pampero," seized under the Foreign Enlistment Act (59 Geo. III. Cap. 69) /
Report of proceedings in the Free Church Presbytery of Aberdeen February 14 to March 14, 1878 : with form of libel.
Report of discussion on bill of exceptions before Second Division Duke of Buccleuch, & C., v. Cowan and others.
Narrative of the life of James Allen, alias George Walton, alias Jonas Pierce, alias James H. York, alias Burley Grove, the highwayman being his death-bed confession, to the Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison.
Report of the case of Alexander and others against the president, managers and company of the Schuylkill Navigation Company instituted to recover damages for the loss of the bridge at the Falls of Schuylkill, during the fresh of the 21st of February, 1822 : tried before the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, on the 18th day of February, 1824 /
Newall versus Webster and others proceedings on the trial of this cause in the Court of Common Pleas, Guildhall : before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Baron Pollock and a special jury, 9th and 10th January, 1845.
To the Honourable His Majesty's Justice of the Superiour Court of Judicature, for the counties of Plymouth, Barnstable, &c. Nathanael Matson is plaintiff, Nathanael Thomas defendant, in the original of this suit : arguments for the defendant on a special verdict in this cause in answer to the plaintiffs reasons and arguments.
Narrative of the trial and execution of John Mathews, a printer who was hanged for high-treason.
Narrative of the case of Mr. Edward Bird who was executed for murder.
In the Court of Claims of the United States no. 30373, "West Virginia," Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, plaintiff, v. the United States, defendant
In the matter of Bomanjee Byramjee Colah, a lunatic opinion of Chief Justice Daly, on petition of Heera Baee, wife of Lunatic, to transfer him to India.
Narratives of remarkable criminal trials
Narratives of state trials in the nineteenth century first period, from the union with Ireland to the death of George the Fourth, 1801-1830 /
[The Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city of New York against George McAneny, Leroy T. Harkness and John F O'Ryan]
Myra Clark Gaines versus Richard Relf, Beverly Chew, and others record.
Narrative of some interesting particulars respecting Hugh M'Donald, Neil Sutherland, and Hugh M'Intosh, who were executed at Edinburgh, on the 22nd April, with some remarks by the ministers who attended them to which is added a letter from Hugh M'Intosh to his parents : an account of the execution : and the pastoral admonition of the presbytery of Edinburgh, read in all the churches on 3d of May.
In the Court of Claims of the United States no. 30373, U.S.S. West Virginia, Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, plaintiff, v. the United States, defendant
Mysteries of crime, as shown in remarkable capital trials
The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, trustees under the will of William Lee, deceased, against Catharine Lee, William Lee, Susan Lee, widow of Henry Lee, deceased, Mary Lee, the widow of Thomas Lee, deceased, Mary Jane Lee, the widow of Edward Lee, deceased, Ann Amelia Van Brackle, James Lee, Garrett Selman and Ann E. Selman his wife, S.A. Root, administratrix of, &c., of Ira Root, deceased, F.W. Webster, Oliver W. Root summons for relief.
Narrative of the life and execution of John Cowland, gentleman executed at Tyburn, for the murder of Sir Andrew Slanning, baronet.
[New York City, election frauds]
Narrative of the lives, trials and execution of Edward Burnworth, William Blewit, Emanuel Dickenson, Thomas Berry, John Legee, and John Higgs who were hanged for murder
Narrative of facts respecting Alanson Work, Jas. E. Burr & Geo. Thompson, prisoners in the Missouri penitentiary for the alleged crime of Negro stealing /
Narrative of the singular case of John Meff who was hanged for returning from transportation.
Report of the case of Miller versus Salomons, M.P., with a summary of the preliminary proceedings in the House of Commons
Narrative of facts and circumstances that have tended to produce a secession from the Society of Friends, in New-England Yearly Meeting
Narrative of the life, trial and execution of John Sheppard 1who was hanged for burglary.
News from the dead or, A faithful and genuine narrative of an extraordinary combat between life and death, exemplified in the case of William Duell, one of the malefactors who was executed at Tyburn on Monday the 24th of this instant November for a rape, robbery and murder and soon after return'd to life at Barber-Surgeon's-Hall where he had been brought too from the place of execution in order to be anatomiz'd : with a true account of all the particulars that happen'd to him and the many surprizing things he saw during the interval of time that passed between his being turned off at the Gallows and his recovery to life.
Report of the case of the Borough of West Looe, in the county of Cornwall tried before a committee of the House of Commons, April 18, 1822 : with a preface, notes and cases, illustrative of the general history of boroughs and of the law relating to them /
Report of the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania versus John Smith, Esq., marshal of the United States, for the district of Pennsylvania containing the speeches of the Attorney General and Jared Ingersoll, Esq., on behalf of the Commonwealth and William Lewis, Esq., on the part of the defendant : and also the opinion of the Honorable William Tilghman, Esq., chief justice of the state of Pennsylvania /
Report of the case, G. & D. Taylor & Company vs. R.G. & J.T. Place decided by the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, September term, county of Providence, 1856.
Report of the case of Twycross v. Grant in the Court of Common Pleas and the Court of Appeal, with the judgments, as revised by the judges and an introduction and notes, containing notices of the previous cases on the subject /
New York Security and Trust Company, James O. Bloss and George K. Gilluly, complainants, vs. Equitable Mortgage Company, defendant, in equity
[Newgate Prison warrants and summons]
New York and Queens Gas Company, plaintiff, against William A. Prendergast, William R. Pooley, Charles Van Voorhis, Oliver C. Semple and James A. Parsons, constituting the Public Service Commission of the state of New York, and Carl Sherman, as attorney-general of the state of New York, defendants memorandum on behalf of the defendant Attorney General.
New York Security and Trust Company, et al., against Equitable Mortgage Company, defendant, in equity bill, answer, decree appointing receivers and bond of receivers.
New Jersey Court of Appeals in the last resort in all causes of law and equity injunction bill, answer, and testimony, &c., between Samuel Shields and John Arndt, on appeal from Chancery.
Narrative of the uncommon behaviour, life, and character, of Jacob Romert who was tried, convicted, and received sentence of death, at the Old Bailey, June 29 last, and was executed at Tyburn the 1st of July, inst., for the murder of Thomas Theodore Wentworth : being the fourth execution in the mayoralty of the Right Honourable Sir Charles Asgill, knt. lord-mayor of the city of London.
The United States against Henry Hertz a letter to Caleb Cushing, Esquire, attorney general /
Narrative of the pious death of the penitent Henry Mills who was executed in Galesboro' (Penn.) on the 15th July last, for the murder of his wife and five children : to which is annexed, his serious and Solemn address to youth : to this work will be found annexed some further particulars of the horrid murder committed by Mills, which have not before been published.
In the Court of Claims of the United States no. 30373, U.S.S. West Virginia, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, plaintiff, v. the United States, defendant
Trial before Mr. Baron Parke, and a special jury, in the case of Neilson and others v. Harford for infringement of a patent "for the improved application of air to produce heat in fires, forges and furnaces, where bellows or other blowing apparatus are required" /
Dwight Foster er als., assignees in bankruptcy of Nathaniel McKay and George Aldus vs. P. Adams Ames and als. bill in equity.
No. 3269, the Equitable Trust Co. of New York and Elias J. Jacoby, as trustees, and the Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western R.R. Co., cross appellants, vs. the Toledo & Cincinnati Railroad Company, cross appellees, no. 3270, the Equitable Trust Co. of New York and Elias J. Jacoby, as trustees, and the Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western R.R. Co., cross appellants, vs. Judson Harmon and Rufus B. Smith, as receivers of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway Company, cross appellees brief for cross appellant, C.I. & W.R.R. Co.
No. 858, the Schooner Gov. Ames, Charles L. Smith, libellant, appellant, v. Cornelius A. Davis, claimant, appellee, No. 859, Charles L. Smith et al., respondents, appellants, v. Cornelius A. Davis et al., libellants, appellees appeals from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, from final decrees (Dodge, J.), January 11, 1910 : record.
No. 1187, cities of Malden, Medford and Melrose, no. 1188, city of Malden, no. 1189, city of Medford, no. 1190, city of Melrose, no. 6782, city of Medford v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Report of the cause between Hugh Doherty, Esq., defendant for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : tried in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster on Saturday, February 23, 1811 : before the Right Hon. Lord Ellenborough, chief justice, &c., and a special jury /
Report of the cases of Robinson v. Bird and others, and the Queen v. Birds held at Appleby Assizes, on Friday, 11th August, 1843.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1911, no. 209 the United States, appellant, v. Société Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Cail : no. 210, Société Anonyme Des Anciens Etablissements Cail, appellant, v. the United States : appeals from the Court of Claims.
No. 148, Metropolitan Steamship Company, petitioner for limitation of liability as owner of steamship H.F. Dimock v. William K. Vanderbilt et al., damage claimants, no. 149, William K. Vanderbilt, damage claimant v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, petitioner brief on behalf of William K. Vanderbilt et al., damage claimants and appellees in case no. 148 and William K. Vanderbilt, appellant in case no. 149.
No. 1301, Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company, plaintiff, plaintiff in error, v. inhabitants of the town of Framingham, defendant, defendant in error error to the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : judgment in District Court (Morton, J.), June 25, 1917 : record.
Schooner Hattie M. Crowell, no. 2561, Elbridge Crowell, claimant, appellant, v. Amelia A. Chase et al., libellants, appellees record.
No. 819 (No. 10 in District Court), cargo of 3408 tons of Pocahontas coal, Samuel D. Warren et al., claimants, appellants, v. Alexander Ross, et al., libellants, appellees, no. 820 (No. 12 in District Court), cargo of 3639 tons of Pocahontas coal, Samuel D. Warren, et al., defendants, appellants, v. John G. Crowley et al., libellants, appellees appeals from the District Court of the United States for the district of Maine, from final decrees (Hale, J.), February 24, 1909 : record.
No. 1949, Steamer Blenheim, Edwin Ball, claimant, appellant, v. Jacob S. Winslow, libelant, appellee, no. 1950, Edwin Ball, libelant, appellant, v. Jacob S. Winslow et al., defendants, appellees record.
No. 152, the "Philadelphia", Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Francis Murphy, libellant, appellee, no. 153, the "Philadelphia", Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Mary G. Lamper, et al., libellants, appellees, no. 154, the "Baltimore", Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Francis Murphy, libellant, appellee, no. 155, the "Philadelphia", Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. James Baker, libellant, appellee brief for appellant.
The H.F. Dimock, the Alva, no. 148, Metropolitan Steamship Company, petitioner for limitation of liability as owner of Steamship H.F. Dimock, appellant, v. William K. Vanderbilt, et al., damage claimants, appellees, no. 149, William K. Vanderbilt, damage claimant, appellant, v. the Metropolitan Steamship Company, petitioner, appellee brief for Metropolitan Steamship Company.
Report of the committee appointed on the seventh of January last "to enquire into the official conduct of Samuel Chase, one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States and of Richard Peters, district judge of the district of Pennsylvania : and to report their opinion, whether the said Samuel Chase and Richard Peters, or either of them, have so acted in their judicial capacity, as to require the interposition of the constitutional power of this House."
Report of the important record case, M'Loughlin v. Rev. L. Walsh, P.P. of Culfeightrin, Co. Antrim for defamation and slander by denunciation from the altar : tried at the Carrickfergus Spring Assizes, 1846.
Report of the committee of the House of Representatives of the United States appointed to prepare and report articles of impeachment against William Blount, a senator of the United States, impeached of high crimes and misdemeanors.
Report of the cause tried at Dublin on June 27th, 28th, 30th, and July 1st, 1851, before the Right Hon. Francis Blackburne, lord chief justice of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, Ireland and a special jury, between Peter Carmichael, manager for Baxter, Brothers, and Co., Flax Spinners, etc., Dundee and James Combe & William Dunville, machine makers, Belfast for an infringement of letters patent, granted to Peter Carmichael for improvements in hackling or dressing flax, hemp, and other fibrous substances and improvements in machinery for rubbing, stretching and equalizing the breadth of cloth made from flax, hemp, jute and other fibrous substances.
Report of the complaints, proceedings, and decision of the United States Commissioner in the case against Captain Anderson, of the passenger Ship Villafranca
The report of the county Chairman upon the proceedings in the court of Queen's Bench in the case of Gaisford v. the justices of Gloucestershire.
Report of the Commissioner of Corporations on the steel industry.
Report of the copy-right case of Wheaton v. Peters decided in the Supreme Court of the United States : with an appendix, containing the acts of Congress relating to copy-right.
Report of the Joint Committee of the Senate and Assembly of the state of New York appointed to investigate corrupt practices in connection with legislation and the affairs of insurance companies other than those doing life insurance business.
Report of the important cause between Daniel Ilott, plaintiff, and John Wilkes, Esq. defendant, (the high sheriff of the county of Essex) respecting the legality of setting that most deadly weapon, the spring gun : tried at the above assizes on Wednesday, 28th July last before Sir William Garrow, knt., one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer and a full special jury.
Report of the hearing of the case of the Wolverhampton Meeting-House, "Attorney-General and Mander v. Pearson" before Lord Cottenham, Lord High Chancellor, at Westminster Hall, January 22, 23, 25, and 26, 1836 /
Report of the Joint Special Committee of the legislature of Massachusetts on the petitions for and remonstrances against the removal from office of Joseph M. Day, judge of probate and insolvency of the county of Barnstable
No. 1089, Steamship Vera, W. Irving Pearce, libellant, appellant, v. Sigvard Rynning, et al., claimants, appellees, no. 1090, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. W. Irving Pearce, et al., appellees, no. 1091, W. Irving Pearce, et al., respondents, appellants, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1092, Steamship Melrose, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1093, Steamship Vera, New England Coal & Coke Company, libellant, appellant v. Sigvard Rynning, claimant, appellee brief for Sigvard Rynning, claimant, appellee and for Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee.
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary who were instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what legal provisions are necessary to prescribe the effect which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of each state shall have in the courts of every other state : December 23, 1817 : accompanied with "A bill to prescribe the effect which certain records and judicial proceedings of the courts of each state shall have in every other state, and in the courts of the United States" : read and committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next.
No. 269, the "Samuel Dillaway," Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company, libellant, appellant, v. Albert H. Smith, claimant, appellee, no. 270, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company, defendant, appellant, v. William T. Donnell, et al., libellants, appellees brief for appellant.
Report of the evidence, arguments of counsel, charge and sentence, at the trial of Stephen Merril Clark, for arson before the Supreme Judicial Court, February 15, 16, & 17, 1821.
The great Swinfen case report of the extraordinary trial at Warwick in the matter of Kennedy v. Broun and wife verdict for £20,000, containing the whole of the correspondence of Mrs. Swinfen.
Report of the judgment of the Right Honourable Sir John Nicholl in the case of Sturt Grindall v. Grindall and Grindall
Report of the D'Hauteville case the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at the suggestion of Paul Daniel Gonsalve Grand D'Hauteville versus David Sears, Miriam C. Sears, and Ellen Sears Grand D'Hauteville : habeas corpus for the custody of an infant child.
Report of the interesting proceedings in the Police Court, this day, February 6, 1829
Report of the committee appointed to inquire into the facts relating to the conduct of John Smith, a senator of the United States from the state of Ohio, as an alleged associate of Aaron Burr.
Report of the interesting proceedings in the Police Court, Friday & Saturday, August 7 & 8, 1829 before George Small, Esq., Bailie.
Steam-tug "Teaser" and Barge "Harrisburg" Harry W. Law, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald et al., libellants, appellees brief for Steam-tug "Teaser."
Stephens's report of Dr. Warren's case the entire proceedings in the Vice-Chancellor's Court and in the Court of Chancery, together with the judgements of the Vice-Chancellor and the Lord Chancellor and the affidavits filed in the cause.
Statement and evidence in the case of the Brig Otter
No. 1089, Steamship Vera, W. Irving Pearce, libellant, appellant, v. Sigvard Rynning, et al., claimants, appellees, no. 1090, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. W. Irving Pearce, et al., appellees, no. 1091, W. Irving Pearce, et al., respondents, appellants, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1092, Steamship Melrose, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1093, Steamship Vera, New England Coal & Coke Company, libellant, appellant, v. Sigvard Rynning, claimant, appellee petition of W. Irving Pearce and New England Coal & Coke Company for a rehearing : before Putnam, Bingham and Aldrich, JJ.
Report of the celebrated trial in the Court of King's Bench before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, wherein Mary Fitzgerald, was plaintiff and the Rev. Thomas Hawkesworth, defendant for breach of marriage contract : damages laid at £5000 /
Report of the cause of the King v. John Hunt for a libel on the House of Commons in the Examiner : tried in the King's Bench, February 21st, 1821 : the defence verbatim : with a preface being an answer to the Attorney-General's reply /
No. 280, the "Iris", Alfred S. Woodworth, claimant, appellant, v. Albert H. Nute, et als., libellants and petitioners, appellees brief for appellees.
No. 1089, Steamship Vera, W. Irving Pearce, libellant, appellant, v. Sigvard Rynning, et al., claimants, appellees, no. 1090, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. W. Irving Pearce, et al., appellees, no. 1091, W. Irving Pearce, et al., respondents, appellants, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1092, Steamship Melrose, New England Coal & Coke Company, claimant, appellant, v. Dampskibs Actieselskabet International, libellant, appellee, no. 1093, Steamship Vera, New England Coal & Coke Company, libellant, appellant v. Sigvard Rynning, claimant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts from final decree (Dodge, J.), May 15, 1914 : transcript of record.
Stop Motion Doubling Frames letters patent to Thomas Unsworth, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, Machinist and Doubler for the invention of "Improvements in Stop Motion Winding Doubling Frames." : sealed the 23rd December 1875, and dated the 28th June 1875.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, Stella P. Flint, as general guardian of the property of Samuel N. Stone, Jr., a minor, appellant, v. Stone Tracy Company, et al., no. 747 also fourteen other cases advanced for hearing with the preceding case, nos. 751, 752, 753, 754, 757, 767, 775, 784, 785, 796, 797, 800, 816 and 819 : supplemental brief for the United States.
Blake v. Pilfold base conspiracy of witnesses, infamous proceedings of the Post Office, Duke of Richmond, impeachment of Judge Taunton.
Studies in murder
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, Stella P. Flint, as general guardian of the property of Samuel N. Stone, Jr., a minor, appellant, v. Stone Tracy Company, et al. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Vermont.
Ann S. Oakenfull, plaintiff and respondent, vs. Bernard Reilly, Sheriff, etc. and another, defendants and appellants appellants' brief.
Northern Wisconsin Co-operative Tobacco Pool, plaintiff-respondent, vs. M.H. Bekkedal, Lloyd Bekkedal, Andrew Nottestad, Ole Johnson, Will Nelson, Arnold Johnson, Albert Larson, Henry Moon, Oliver Mockrud and Adolph Sveen, defendants and appellants respondent's brief.
In the United States Court of Claims, no. k-355 Obschestwo Wyksounskich Metallugicheskich I Mechanicheskich Sawadow, Gottfried Lessing, Irene Lessing, Walter Lessing, Ernst Lessing, Emma Lessing, Friedrich Lessing, Heinz Lessing, Ilse Lessing, Emma von Moerner, Georg von Moerner, Ida Lessing, Countess Nelly von Moerner, Count Warner von Moerner, Anula Graeff, Lydia Graeff, and Hans Graeff Individually and as executor of the last will and testament of Anton Lessing, deceased, petitioners, v. the United States : brief for petitioners in opposition to demurrer.
Official conduct of James A. Lowell, United States District Judge for the District of Massachusetts
Notice by John H. Thomas, one of the counsel for the defence in the cases against Mrs. E.G. Wharton, of attacks made on him and his colleagues by Drs. S.C. Chew and P.C. Williams and Prof. Wm. E.A. Aikin
In Supreme Court United States, October term, 1900, no. 225 Northwestern Life Assurance Company, plaintiff in error, vs. Sweetie Villeneuve : in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Texas : brief for defendant in error /
[Trial] of Capt. Henry Whitby for the murder of John Pierce with his dying declaration : also, the trial of Capt. George Crimp, for piracy and manstealing /
Official record from the War Department of the proceedings of the court martial which tried and the orders of General Jackson for shooting the six militia men together with official letters from the War Department, (ordered to be printed by Congress) showing that these American citizens were inhumanly & illegally massacred.
Observations on the trial of Mr. Robt. Perreau with Mr. Perreau's defence, as spoken on his trial, in which many unaccounted-for omissions in the sessions-paper are supplied, from a copy sent to the author by Mrs. R. Perreau an address to the Jury on Mr. R. Perreau's trial and such remarks on Mr. Rudd's narrative as tend to confirm the justness of these observations : the whole prefaced with correspondence between the author & Mrs. R. Perreau.
In the Court of Claims of the United States, North German Lloyd, claimant, vs. the United States of America, defendant, also Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt Aktien-Gesellschaft (also known as Hamburg-American Line), claimant, vs. the United States of America, defendant brief on behalf of claimants.
Observations on the title of Unitarians and other English Presbyterians, to administer or partake in the benefit of English Presbyterian and general Protestant Dissenters' trusts a letter from a professional gentleman to a friend, in answer to queries addressed to the writer with reference to the suit then pending before His Honor the Vice-Chancellor, Attorney-General, at the relation of Wilson and others v. Shore and others, concerning Lady Hewley's charities.
Objections to payments made by the United States out of funds held in trust for the benefit of orphan and incompetent Chickasaws, March 25, 1869 /
Notes of conversations with Hugh M'Donald, Neil Sutherland, and Hugh M'Intosh, (who were executed at Edinburgh, on the 22d of April 1812) during the time they were under sentence of death with an account of their behaviour during their last moments, and some original papers, including an address written by Neil Sutherland to his fellow prisoners, on the morning of the day of the execution /
The Northampton Bank against Lucien H. Niles, 3d motion (since dedecision [sic] of general term) to add to the case (after appeal) an alleged opinion
Observations upon the case of Abraham Thornton who was tried at Warwick, August 8, 1817 for the murder of Mary Ashford shewing the danger of pressing presumptive evidence too far : together with the only true and authentic account yet published of the evidence given at the trial, the examination of the prisoner, &c., and a correct plan of the locus in quo /
Emily O. Butler, Fanny S. Whitehouse, Caroline O. Jones, Frances O. Jones, and Louis B. McCagg, plaintiffs, against Andrew H. Green and others as executors, &c., defendants plaintiffs' findings of fact and conclusions of law.
The propeller Niagara, her engines, &c. no. 5, Ansel R. Cobb, Cornelius H. Canfield, William H. Abell, John Allen, Jr., Hugh Allen and Franklin Lee, claimants and appellants, vs. Leslie Sexton, Lorin Sexton, George Sexton, and Edward Bolles, libellants and appellees, no. 4, same vs. Joseph H. Cordes, libel't and appellee : appeals from the district Court of Wisconsin : brief for libellants and appellees.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Sunderland & Hillyer vs. Kilbourn, Latta & Olmstead, equity, no. brief for defendants.
Supplementary return to the House of Commons, containing Factum of Case, Barrett vs. City of Winnipeg in connection with the abolition of separate schools in the province of Manitoba.
Suits by persons without means
Summing-up by Mr. Justice Field in the case of Hutt v. the Governors of Haileybury College & others, June 19, 1888.
[Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the Schooner "W.P. Sayward"]
Oakeley v. Ooddeen
Motion to re-settle after decision of general term
Northwestern Life Assurance Company, plaintiff in error, vs. Sweetie Villeneuve in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Texas.
Sophie E. Minton, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief for respondent.
Peter Kearney vs. the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Co., and the Manhattan Railway Company respondent's points.
Supplemental point on McGean question
In the matter of the application of Hubert O. Thompson, as commissioner of Public Works of the city of New York, under chapter 445 of laws of 1877, etc., to acquire certain water rights on the Bronx River in the county of Westchester, for the purpose of increasing, preserving and maintaining the supply of pure and wholesome water for the use of the city of New York appeal of Charles Butler, owner of parcels 74, 82, 83 and 84.
Observations on a libel for which an indictment was instituted by Richard Gurney, Esq., of the Inner Temple, special pleader, as vice-warden of the Stannaries of Devon, against Miss Mary and Tocker, of which the defendant was found not guilty : tried before Mr. Justice Burrough, at Bodmin, the 5th August, 1818 /
Noel Byron Boyden, et al., vs. the United States of America
The Parish will case before the Surrogate of the city of New York : notes in reply to an article entitled "A medical consideration of the physical condition of Henry Parish as bearing upon the question of his mental capacity."
Notes of speeches in the House of Lords on petitions for re-hearing, in the appeals, John Vans Agnew, Esquire, appellant, James Stewart, Ebenezer Drew, and others, respondents, and John Vans Agnew, Esquire, appellant, John William Henry, Earl of Stair, and others, respondents /
Suffrage speeches from the dock
Samuel F.B. Morse and Alfred Vail against Francis O.J. Smith complaint and index.
James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor and trustee and others, plaintiffs, respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants brief for appellants.
James P. Kernochan, as executor, etc., and others against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, (action no. 2) brief for defendants on appeal from order refusing them leave to serve supplemental answer.
[Sophie E. Minton vs. the New York Elevated Railroad Company, et al.]
Alfred A. Howlett, respondent, against the New York West Shore & Buffalo Railway Company and James J. Belden, as receiver of the Syracuse, Chenango & New York Railroad Company, impleaded with others, appellants appellants' points.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments in the State of New York, in the matter of the impeachment proceedings against William Sulzer, governor brief on behalf of the managers on the question of impeachable offenses.
Between the United States of America and Thomas Morris, marshal, in and for the Southern District of New-York case.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, in the matter of the application of Franklin J. Sawyer for leave to file a petition for writ of mandamus, in the matter of the application of George M. Thornton for leave to file a petition for a writ of mandamus
Supreme Court of the United States, Monday, December 11, 1905
Notes on the judgment of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the appeal Hebbert v. Purchas, delivered February 23, 1871
Notes on shepherds and sheep a letter to John Ruskin, Esq., M.A. /
Observations on the case of Miss. Butterfield calculated to shew the hardships she has unjustly sustained and the necessity of prosecuting her right in a court of justice : in a letter to one of her father.
In Chancery, before the chancellor, the joint and several answer of John Jacob Astor and William B. Astor, to the bill of complaint exhibited against them by Samuel G. Ogden, administrator of the goods &c., of Nicholas G. Ogden, deceased
Opinion of the Hon. John M. Read in Hammett against the city of Philadelphia, in favor of the constitutionality of the act of 23d March, 1866, authorizing the improvements of Broad Street in said city, May, 1869.
Opinion of Hon. John M. Read, of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in favor of the Passenger Railway cars running on every day in the Week, including Sunday
Opening address, and closing argument of Richard H. Dana, Jr., Esq., counsel for libellant, (Benj. F. Dalton,) in the Dalton divorce case
In the privy council, no. 50 of 1920, on appeal from the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division. (in prize.) Steamships "Elve" and "Bernisse," between His Majesty's procurator general or other proper officer of the crown in its office of admiralty and commander William G. Howard, R.N., commanding officer of H.M.S. "Patia," and Lieutenant Wilfrid E. Rogers, R.N.R. appellants(defendants) and P.A. Van Es and Company, the owners, and Jan Zoethout, the master, and crew of the Steamship "Elve" of the port of Rotterdam, and P.A. Van Es and Company, the owners, and M. Gnodde, the master, and crew of the Steamship "Bernisse" of the port of Rotterdam respondents(plaintiffs) case for the appellants, case for the respondents, record of proceedings.
Opinion of Chancellor Bibb in the case of Louis Huth vs. the president, directors & company of the Bank of the United States, Alexander Symington, Thomas Robins, and others : delivered in the Louisville Chancery Court, on the 25th of August, 1843.
The case of Sweet & Stevens v. Archbold
Susan M. Parish, appellant, against Daniel Parish, James Parish, Ann Parish and Maratha Sherman, respondents, Joseph Delafield, appellant, against the same respondents statement and points for James Parish and Daniel Parish.
In the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands, T.H. Pardo De Tavera, Louis M. Maus, Leon M. Guerrero, Manuel Gomez Martinez, and Frank S. Bourns, Trustees of the College of San Još, plaintiffs, versus the Holy Roman Apostolic Catholic Church, represented by the Most Reverend Archbishop of Manila, the Most Reverend Archbishop of New Orleans, Apostolic Delegate, and Raymundo Velasquez, rector of the University of Santo Toms̀, defendants brief for plaintiffs.
Testimony, state of Maine vs. George Knight, of Poland on his examination before J. Freeman, E.T. Little & S.F. Waterman, Esqs., at Poland, Androscoggin County, Friday, Saturday & Monday, Oct. 10, 11, & 13, 1856, for the murder of his wife, Mary Knight, at Poland, Monday, Oct. 6, 1856 /
Talbot v. Talbot a statement of facts.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States Georgia.
Testimony of witnesses examined on the part of the defendant in the case of James G. Wilson and John Gibson, vs. George W. Beardslee, in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York.
Tacna-Arica arbitration the appendix to the counter-case of the Republic of Chile : submitted to the President of the United States as arbitrator under the provisions of the protocol and supplementary agreement entered into between Chile and Peru at Washington on July 20, 1922.
No. 9581, in the Court of Civil Appeals for the Fifth Supreme Judicial District of Texas, Texas Farm Bureau Cotton Association vs. J.F. and C.B. Craddock appeal from the District Court, Wood County, Texas, for the Seventh Judicial District : brief for appellant.
Teeval Co., respondent, v. Stern, petitioner brief for respondent.
In the matter of F.B. Sanborn, on habeas corpus brief of counsel for Silas Carleton.
Robert A. Taylor, plaintiff-appellant, vs. the Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company, defendant-respondent points for respondent.
Synopsis of the Dr. Ellis trial the Presbytery of San Francisco vs. Rev. John W. Ellis, D.D., at San Francisco, California, February 9, 1891 to October 3, 1892.
Synopsis of Clarence S. Darrow's plea in the Leopold-Loeb case 1924.
George T. Lancaster and others, petitioners in equity, vs. George F. Choate, judge of Probate and Insolvency for the county of Essex and others petition and answers and evidence taken before Clement Hugh Hill, Esq., the commissioner appointed by the court.
Telegram Newspaper Co., v. Commonwealth, Gazette Co., v. same
T.L. Mayo, et al., v. Bark "Chelmsford" statement of facts on behalf of the libellants.
Talbot v. Talbot
In the question concerning the peerage of Sutherland brief for the Counsel of Sir Robert Gorden, bart., (claiming the title and dignity of) Earl of Sutherland.
Supreme Court, in the matter of the application of John Kelly, John W. Chanler, Hugh Taylor, John Stephenson and Joseph Haight, Jr., for the examination of Oliver Charlick, one of the Police Commissioners of the city of New York affidavit, order and testimony.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to Inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States South Carolina.
Second Municipality of the city of New Orleans, vs. the New-Orleans Cotton Press Company
Testimony of Theodore P. Sturtevant, Hattie Collins, Dr. Charles C. York and Emory Wilson in the case of Sheriff A.B.R. Sprague, vs. H.H. Bigelow : trial, March term, Superior Court, 1884.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States Alabama.
Terminals moved or abandoned by company orders
The people vs. William Tyler case and opinions of the judges /
Opinion and decree of His Honor the Chancellor, delivered January 16, 1816, in the cause of Herman V. Hart vs. Abraham Ten Eyck and the representatives of Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, deceased
In the Court of Errors, Livingston and Fulton v. Van Ingen and others opinion of Chief Justice Kent.
Opinion of Chancellor Walworth on the claim of Aaron Leggett, under the Mexican Treaty of February, 1848.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States North Carolina.
Opinion as to the liability of a dowress (as between herself and the heir or devisee of the husband) to contribute to the payment of taxes, assessed before and during the coverture, on the husband's real estate, and unpaid at the time of his death
In the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Cotton Growers Association, a Corporation, plaintiff in error, vs. J.E. Salyer, defendant in error, No. 15,873 memorandum of plaintiff in error.
Official report of agreements made between the officials of the roads named herein and the B. of L.E. committees representing the engineers employed thereon revised to July 1, 1914.
Opening statement and closing argument of Linden Kent, made in behalf of the petitioner, before the jury summoned in the District of Columbia to inquire into the mental condition of Mrs. Weltha A. Emmons
Testimony, as reported by Coroner Nelson W. Young in the case of James Fisk, Jr., at the inquest held Jan. 9th & 10th, 1872.
In the matter of proving the instrument propounded for probate as and for the last will and testament of Francis W. Tracy, deceased
Testimony before Coroner's jury holding an inquisition on the bodies of Gabriel Olsen, a white man and Simon O'Breadance, or Britton, a black man, the two persons who were killed on the night of Tuesday, May 14, 1867, in the city of Mobile, Ala.
David Shurtleff v. Horace Parker defendant's brief.
T.P. Chandler, et alii., vs. the city of Boston and the town of Brookline in equity : argument for the complainants, June 1873.
Table of the commencement, adjournment, prorogation and dissolution of Parliaments from the 9th year of Henry III. to the 2d year of William and Mary, Anno 1690.
The "Navy board" of 1855 in review before the Naval Court of Inquiry, sitting at Washington, 1857 court composed as follows: Commodore, E.A.F. Lavallette, president., Capt., Wm. J. McCluney, Capt., Henry A. Adams, members, Charles H. Winder, Esq., judge advocate, P. Phillips, Wm. H. Rogers, and T.M. Blount, Esqrs., counsel for Washington A. Bartlett, ex-lieut. U.S. Navy, (Midshipman, 1833, passed Midshipman, 1839, Acting Lieut., 1842, Lieutenant, 1844, Civil Magistrate of San Francisco, 1846,'47, Lieut. Commanding "Argo," 1847, Lieut. Commanding, and Assistant Coast Survey, 1848-52, Special Agent Treasury Department at Paris, France, 1852-54, First Lieutenant Flag-ship African Squadron, 1855), appellant : being the defence and accompanying documents, read by Wm. H. Rogers, Esq., (of counsel), and admitted to the record, May 28th 1857.
Before the visitors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy in Andover in the matter of the complaint of J.W. Wellman, et al., vs. J.W. Churchill : respondent's brief in support of his exceptions to the jurisdiction.
Opinion of the Superior Court of the State of New-Hampshire, in the case of the trustees of Dartmouth College versus William H. Woodward, Esq. pronounced at Plymouth, in the county of Grafton, at the November term, 1817 : present, Hon. William M. Richardson, chief-justice, Hon. Samuel Bell, Hon. Levi Woodbury, justices.
Opinion of the French jurists, Messieurs Coin-Delisle, Delangle, Giraud, Duranton P̈re & Marcaď in the case of the state of Louisiana vs. executors of John McDonogh, and the cities of New Orleans & Baltimore /
Opinion of the Supreme Judicial Court on the petition of Jeduthan Wellington and others, in relation to Cambridge common
The invalidity of the "Queue ordinance" of the city and county of San Francisco opinion of the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of California, in Ho Ah Kow vs. Matthew Nunan, delivered July 7th, 1879.
Opinion of New Hampshire Supreme Court May 7, 1912.
Opinion of Judge Peabody, of the Provisional Court for Louisiana, its warrant in law and jurisdiction
Opinion subject, incorporating in a specification under a charge instances of previous trials and convictions /
Original bill, Williamina H. Williamson, David R. Williamson, Mary A. Williamson and Isabella Williamson, Catharine B. Williamson, Charlotte A. Williamson, Rupert J. Cochran, Isabella R. Cochran, Bayard C. Cochran, Lucy Sturges Copchran, Alice Gray Cochran, Ella Victoria Cochran and William George Cochran, by Bayard Clarke their guardian and the said Bayard Clarke, against Clement C. Moore supplemental bill, the same against the same : case.
Opinion of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in the case of Wheaton and Donaldson v. Peters and Grigg : in favour of the defendants /
Opinion of Matt H. Carpenter as to the validity of the court-martial proceedings against Maj. Benj. P. Runkle.
Opinion pronounced by the Hon. Judge Story in the case of Ebenezer Tyler and others vs. Abraham Wilkinson and others : at the last June term of the Circuit Court, for Rhode-Island District.
Opinion of Mr. Justice William L. Learned in the McDonald case
Opinions of the press Washington correspondence of the Boston Journal, May 27, 1864.
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.
Opinions of the Supreme Court of the state of California January and April Terms, 1859 : to which is added a complete digest /
Michael McGrath, libelant, against the Steamboat J.S. Warden, Beebe Transportation Co., owner, claimant commissioners's report.
Opinions of judges of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, denying the motion for an injunction in the case of Susannah Drake & others against the Hudson River Railroad Company
Opinion of the Supreme Court of the state of Illinois on Beaubien's claim in the case of Jackson on the demise of Murray M'Connell vs. De Lafayette Wilcox /
Opinion of the Supreme Court of Arkansas at December term, A.D., 1866 : Jacob Hawkins, plaintiff in error from Pulaski County, vs. Lemuel M. Filkins, defendant.
Opinion of Judge Hawley, in the case of Central Pacific Railway Company v. Nevada State Board of Assessors filed in United States Circuit Court, Ninth District, at Carson City, Nevada.
Opinions of counsel on the rights vested in the Delaware and Raritan Canal and Camden and Amboy Rail Road and Transportation Companies by the acts of the state of New-Jersey passed in relation to them.
In the Circuit Court, Northern District of Illinois 1875, M.K. Jessup vs. the Chicago & Alton R.R. Co., et. al. opinion of Judge Drummond.
Opinion of the Hon. Theophilus W. Smith one of the judges of the Supreme Court of Illinois : in the case of the "People ex-relatione John A. McClernand vs. A.P. Field," delivered at December term 1839.
Decisions by Justice Nelson, Justice Smalley sitting with him, in the following sewing machine cases U.S. Circuit Court, Southern District of New York, Orlando B. Potter & Nathaniel Wheeler vs. James G. Wilson & Alexander C. Stockmarr : same vs. George B. Sloat, and others : same vs. John B. Gibbs, the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co. vs. George B. Sloat, and others : same vs. John B. Gibbs.
Opposition of Railroads to enactment of federal hours of service law and efforts of Federal Government to enforce same
The Annesley case
Acquittal of Bishop Thomas prosecuted and tried for waging war and sedition, being the judgment in sessions trial 10 of 1911, King Emperor versus Thomas Pellako, Sessions Court of Toungoo.
The American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, plaintiff, against Interborough Rapid Transit Company, defendant, application 98 report of special master.
The Consolidation Coal Company, libelant-appellant, against the Steamship Admiral Schley, whereof the American Mail Steamship Company, claimant-appellee, no. 513, October term, 1903, the American Mail Steamship Company, libelant-appellee, against the Steamer Charles F. Mayer, her engines, etc., whereof the Consolidation Coal Company is claimant-appellant, no. 514, October term, 1903
The American Bell Company and others vs. the People's Telephone Company and others defendant's sur-rebutting testimony.
The answer and defence of Admiral Mathews, late commander in chief of His Majesty's fleet in the Mediterranean Sea, to the charge exhibited against him to which is added, the charge at large against him : also letters to and from the c-t m-rt-l, relative to the affair of Lieutenant F-y.
The annals of Newgate or, Malefactors register : containing a particular and circumstantial account of the lives, transactions and trials of the most notorious malefactors, who have suffered an ignominious death for their offences, viz., for parricide, murder, treason, robbery, burglary, piracy, coining, forgery and rapes, from the commitment of the celebrated John Sheppard, to the acquittal of the equally celebrated Margaret Caroline Rudd : including a period of fifty years and upwards, both in town and country : calculated to expose the deformity of vice, the infamy and punishments naturally attending those who deviate from the paths of virtue and intended as a beacon to warn the rising generation against the temptations, the allurements and the dangers of bad company : the former part extracted from authentic records and the histories and transactions of the modern convicts, communicated by the unhappy sufferers themselves, since the author has been appointed to his present office /
The answer and pleas of Samuel Chase, one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States to the articles of impeachment exhibited against him in the said Court, by the House of Representatives of the United States : in support of their impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors, supposed to have been by him committed.
The Annals of Newgate or, Malefactors register : containing a particular and circumstantial account of the lives, transactions and trials of the most notorious malefactors, who have suffered an ignominious death for their offences, viz., for parricide, murder, treason, robbery, burglary, piracy, coining, forgery, and rapes : from the commitment of the celebrated John Sheppard, to the acquittal of the equally celebrated Margaret Caroline Rudd, including a period of fifty years and upwards, both in town and country : calculated to expose the deformity of vice, the infamy and punishments naturally attending those who deviate from the paths of virtue and intended as a beacon to warn the rising generation against the temptations, the allurements and the dangers of bad company : the former part extracted from authentic records and the histories and transactions of the modern convicts, communicated by the unhappy sufferers themselves.
The "Gladiator," New Bedford Steam Coasting Corporation, claimant, appellant, v. Joshua F. Nickerson, libellant, appellee brief for appellee.
The amber witch the most interesting trial for witchcraft ever known /
Libel of the Ferry Boat John Adams the Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., libellants, the Stark Mills, libellants, Appleton Company, libellants, Massachusetts Cotton Mills, libellants, Lowell Manufacturing Company, libellants, Wamsutta Mills, libellants, Robert Walsh, et al., libellants versus the Steam Ferry Boat John Adams, the People's Ferry Company, claimants.
The after house a story of love, mystery and a private yacht /
No. 513, the Admiral Schley, Consolidation Coal Company, libellant, appellant, v. American Mail Steamship Company, claimant, appellee, no. 514, the Charles F. Mayer, Consolidation Coal Company, claimant, appellant, v. American Mail Steamship Company, libellant, appellee petition for rehearing.
No. 513, the "Admiral Schley," Consolidation Coal Company, libellant, appellant, vs. American Mail Steamship Company, claimant, appellee, no. 514, the "Charles F. Mayer," Consolidation Coal Company, claimant, appellant, vs. American Mail Steamship Company, libellant, appellee brief for American Mail Steamship Company, appellee.
The answer and defence of Admiral Mathews, late commander in chief of His Majesty's fleet in the Mediterranean Sea, to the charge exhibited against him
Digest of Judge Aldrich's opinion
The "Unreasonable" obiter dicta of Chief Justice White, in the Standard Oil case a critical review /
No. 513, the Admiral Schley, Consolidation Coal Company, libellant, appellant, vs. American Mail Steamship Company, claimant, appellee, no. 514, the Charles F. Mayer, Consolidation Coal Company, claimant, appellant, vs. American Mail Steamship Company, libellant, appellee brief for appellant on rehearing.
The affidavit of Andrew Jackson taken by the defendants in the suit of Robert Mayo vs. Blair & Rives for a libel, analysed and refuted /
The arraignment, confession and condemnation of James Boucher, gent. for high treason upon the statue made in the ninth year of King William the Third, for coming over from France without licence under the privy seal at the Queen's Bench Bar, Westminster on Monday the 28th of February, 1703/4, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Trevor, the Lord Chief Baron Ward, Mr. Justice Powel, Mr. Justice Powis, Mr. Justice Gould, Mr. Justice Tracey, Mr. Baron Bury and Mr. Baron Price.
The answer of John F. Chamberlin to the complaint of George Wilkes in an action to recover damages for defamation of character.
The argument of Sir John Phillips, bart., at the King's-Bench Bar, 27 April 1751, in behalf of the Hon. Alex. Murray, Esq. with an introductory preface and the former resolutions and arguments of the Right Hon. the House of Lords and also a short history of the origin of the Hon. House of Commons : with many law cases and arguments of several judges, commoners and lawyers, relating to the rights and privileges of the House of Commons and the liberties and properties of all the people of England /
In the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, Michaelmas term, 27th Victoria, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron Pollock, Mr. Baron Bramwell, Mr. Baron Channell and Mr. Baron Pigott, the Attorney General v. Sillem and others, claiming the vessel "Alexandra" seized under the Foreign Enlistment Act, (59 George III, chapter 69) report of the arguments on the application of the Attorney-General for leave to move for a new trial after the first four days of term, resulting in a rule nisi to show cause why a new trial should not be had and the arguments thereon : together with the judgment of the court and also an appendix containing various documents referred to.
The Armstrong case Mr. Stead's defence in full.
The authentic confession of Jesse Strang, executed at Albany, Friday, August 24, 1827 for the murder of John Whipple, as made to the Rev. Mr. Lacey, rector of St. Peter's Church, Albany, from the time of Strang's imprisonment down to the hour of his execution published to the world at Strang's dying request! : together with the account of his execution and conduct under the gallows.
The application of Rebecka Peters, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated who are members of the Williamsburg Community Association, petitioner-appellant, against the New York City Housing Authority, respondent for an order pursuant to article 78 of the civil practice act annulling and declaring null and void a certain resolution of the respondent adopted December 11, 1952 : Joseph Seata, Carlos Dore and Joseph Feldman, on behalf of themselves individually and as members of the International Workers Order Inc., and as tenants of the New York City Housing Authority, intervenors-appellants : brief for petitioners.
The answer of the Hon. Asa Bird Gardiner, district attorney of the county of New York, to a communication from the Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, governor of the state of New York dated November 18, 1899.
The arraignment and tryal of the Late Reverend Mr. Thomas Rosewell, for high-treason before the Lord Chief Justice Jefferies, at the Court of King's Bench, Westminster in the year 1684 : and the argument offer'd in arrest of judgment by his learned council : to which is prefix'd an account of his life and death /
The Arlington case dissenting opinion of the chief justice and justices Bradley Woods and Gray, delivered December 4th 1882.
Gorham, clerk, against the Bishop of Exeter
The arrest, examination and trial of Samuel Waddington charged with publishing a seditious libel in holding a show board with "Order" inscribed on it, at the Court of Quarter Sessions, held at Horsemonger Lane in the borough of Southwark, on August 31st, 1819.
Papers in relation to the case of Silas Deane
Particular account of the life, conduct and execution of William Gregg who was executed with Morgridge for high-treason in corresponding with the enemies of the Queen.
Pan American Petroleum, a corporation and Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company, a corporation, appellants and cross-appellees, vs. United States of America, appellee and cross-appellant brief in behalf of Pan American Petroleum Company and Pan American Petroleum and Transport Company, appellants and cross-appellees.
In the District Court of the United States, in and for the Southern Division of the Northern District of California, Second Division, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, plaintiff, vs. city and county of San Francisco et al., defendants, in equity nos. 27, 97, and 190 extracts from testimony relating to rate of return on capital and to the economic principles in accordance with which the reasonableness of rates should be determined.
Paper entitled, "The trials and trial of Jefferson Davis" read by Charles M. Blackford, at the twelfth annual meeting, held at Old Point Comfort, Virginia, July 17th, 18th, and 19th, 1900.
Particulars of the extraordinary trial, behaviour, &c., of John White for the Wilful Murder of Maria Bally, schoolmistress of Bath, at Bridgewater Assizes, August, 1795.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1922, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, appellant, vs. city and county of San Francisco, respondent, no. 331, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, appellant, vs. city and county of San Francisco, and James Rolph, Jr., mayor of said city and county, respondents, no. 332, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, appellant, vs. city and county of San Francisco, and James Rolph, Jr., mayor of said city and county, respondents, no. 333 appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of California : brief for appellant.
In the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, Trinity term, 26th Victoria, the Attorney General v. Sillem and others, claiming the vessel "Alexandra" seized under the Foreign Enlistment Act, (59 George III, chapter 69) report of the trial before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Baron and a special jury : with an appendix.
The argument of Thomas James Finnie in the case of Harvey Lord vs. Zenophon Mulgrove and wife for slander in the Supreme Moot Court of Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee at the end of the collegiate year, July, 1852 : before Hon. Ab. Caruthers, Hon. B.L. Ridley and Hon. N. Green, law faculty.
The argument of the Bishop of New Jersey in reply to the paper, read before the Court of Bishops, in session, at Burlington on Monday, 11 October, 1852, by the bishops of Virginia, Ohio, and Maine, in answer to the representation from the Diocese of New Jersey, read before the court /
The proceedings of a general court martial held at Chelsea Hospital on Thursday, January 28, 1808 and continued by adjournment till Tuesday, March 15, for the trial of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke, late commander-in-chief of the forces in South America /
The Queen on the prosecution of Messrs. Jones & Potts against Henry Selsby & twenty-five others the trial of the mechanics at Liverpool, before Mr. Baron Rolfe and a special jury on the 2nd and 3rd April, 1847 for a conspiracy /
The Reef, the Newport estate of the late Theodore M. Davis
The Queen vs. F.V.C. Shortis English addresses of counsel and the charge of the Hon. Mr. Justice Mathieu to the jury /
The Queen v. Barber, Fletcher and others the speeches of Mr. Wilkins in defence of William Henry Barber, who was tried at the sessions of the Central Criminal Court, April, 1844 on a charge of forgery /
The Maybrick case English criminal law /
The Life, trial and execution of Henry Weston who was executed before Newgate, July 6, 1796 for forging the name of Patrick Tonyn to a power of attorney : with intent to defraud the Bank of England of Đ5000 : including his speeches, letters and conduct before and after trial as well as at the place of execution with some account of the life and trial of John Roberts his fellow-sufferer.
The record of crimes in the United States containing, a brief sketch of the prominent traits in the character and conduct of many of the most notorious male factors, who have been guilty of capital offences, and who have been detected and convicted /
The remarkable case of Francis Charteris who was condemned for a rape, but afterwards pardoned.
The report of an action of assault, battery and wounding, tried in the Supreme Court of Judicature for the province of New-York, in the term of October, 1764, between Thomas Forsey, plaintiff, and Waddel Cunningham, defendant
The Queen v. Herbert, Birkett, Saville, Shawcross, McDougall, & Mott verbatim report of the trial /
The record of the proceedings of the Court of Bishops, assembled at Camden, New Jersey, Sept. 1st, 1853, for the trial of the Rt. Rev. George Washington Doane, D.D. LL.D., bishop of New Jersey, upon a presentment made by the Rt. Rev. William Meade, D.D., bishop of Virginia, the Rt. Rev. Charles Pettit McIlvaine, D.D., bishop of Ohio, and the Rt. Rev. George Burgees, D.D., bishop of Maine
The remarkable trial of Henry Steward and Elizabeth Burroughs, for the wilful murder of Mary Booty, at the assizes, held at Bury St. Edmund's Suffolk, on Friday, March 21, 1766 before the Hon. Sir Richard Adams, one of the barons of His Majesty's Exchequer : also, a particular account of the behaviour of Elizabeth Burroughs at the place of execution, with her declaration of innocence, as well as that made by Henry Steward (who was acquitted) at the period of his death.
The remarkable life and transactions of Charlotte Crutchy shewing how she was decoyed away from a boarding-school and Kensington, and debauched by Mr. Smith of the same place, when only fourteen years of age, her being cast for death for shop-lifting, pardoned and afterwards twice transported : likewise, her marrying abroad, coming back to England, and keeping a Bawdy-House in the Strand, her standing twice in the Pillory at Charing Cross, is converted and become a sincere Christian in the 70th year of her age and is now living in Bloomsbury.
In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, June 18th, 1877, the Queen v. Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant
The Queen v. Muspratt
The Rembert Roller Compress Company, appellant, versus the American Cotton Company, et al., appellees appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of Texas : specification and drawings of patents introduced by appellees.
The remarkable trial of the Honourable James Stamp Sutton Cooke, accused of bigamy at the Old Bailey, on the 14th April, 1812 wherein is proved the complete innocence of this much injured gentleman and annexed is the trial in the Honorable Court of Arches, where by the same evidence that was tendered and denied to be good by the Old Bailey Court, it was decreed that his connexion with Jane Browning (falsely called Cooke) was no marriage! and interspersed are copies of genuine letters, from John Ingram Lockhart, Esq., M.P., for Oxford, William Stace, Esq., of Woolwich, (a magistrate,) the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melbourne, Lady Caroline Lamb and the then under secretary of state.
The remarkable trial of the Queen of Quavers and her associates, for sorcery, witchcraft and enchantment at the assizes, held in the Moon, for the county of Gelding, before the Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Lash, lord chief baron of the Lunar Exchequer
Crim. con., damages, Đ6000, the remarkable trial of the Right Hon. Lord Holland for adultery with Lady Webster, wife of Sir Godfrey Webster now Lady Holland
County of Sligo, the Queen v. Patrick N. Fitzgerald for treason, felony.
The replies of Thomas Reeve, Esq., and Clement Wearg, Esq. in the House of Lords, the thirteenth of May, 1723, in behalf of the bill to inflict pains and penalties on the late Bishop of Rochester, against the defence made by the said late bishop and his counsel.
The report of the Committee for Receiving Informations Concerning the Popish Plot upon the complaint of Mr. Peter Norris presented to the House of Commons, upon Thursday the 9th. day of Decemb. 1680.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1922, no. 260 the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, appellant, vs. Potomac Electric Power Co., incorporated and Washington Railway and Electric Company, appellees : brief for the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia.
The remarkable trial of Eugene Aram, of Knaresborough, in the county of York, schoolmaster, for the murder of Daniel Clark, shoemaker committed on the 8th of February, 1744-5.
The remarkable trial of Kidd Wake, for assaulting His Majesty and breaking one of the glasses of His Majesty's carriage in Palace Yard, while His Majesty was returning from the House of sdroL (i.e. Lords,) February 20th, 1796
The question concerning literary property, determined by the Court of King's Bench on 20th April, 1769, in the cause between Andrew Millar and Robert Taylor with the separate opinions of the four judges, and the reasons given by each in support of his opinion.
The Providence Bank vs. Thos. G. Pitman, gen. treasurer of the state of Rhode Island, et al.
The prospect of future increases in the productive efficiency of locomotive engineers and firemen opinions of leading railroad presidents as to future increases in freight train loads /
The remarkable case of William Young Torckler, formerly an officer in the service of the East India Company, on the Bengal establishment, the foul and illegal proceedings of His Court-martial in 1830 his removal from the service without conviction of any crime, and the utter denial of justice to him ever since on the part of all the authorities concerned.
The remarkable trial for rape of the infamous Colonel Chartres committed by him on the body of his own maid servant, Anne Bond developing the most disgusting scenes of systematic seduction and immorality ever practised in a civilized country : tried at the Old Bailey, on Thursday, 26th February, 1730.
The [R]aber murder [be]ing a detailed and accurate account of [the] murder of Joseph Raber, by drowning in Indiantown Creek, Union Township, Lebanon Co., Pa., on the 7th of December, 1878, for the [i]nsurance money upon his life : with illustrations and results of the trial and conviction of six men for the crime[s] : also, full history of their lives and confessions.
The report of the General Officers, appointed to enquire into the conduct of Major General Stuart and Colonels Cornwallis and Earl of Effingham, December 8th, 1756 to which is prefixed, His Majesty's warrant.
In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, February 1, 1878, the Queen v. Edward Truelove for publishing the Hon. Robert Dale Owen's Moral physiology" and a pamphlet, entitled 'Individual family and national poverty"
A celebrated case, the Raber murder containing a detailed and accurate account of the murder of Joseph Raber, by drowning in Indiantown Creek, Union Township, Lebanon Co., Pa., on the 7th day of December, 1878, for the amount of insurance money upon his life : with a verbatim report of the trial and conviction of six men for the crime and a full history of their lives and confessions.
Report of the case of the Queen v. Daniel O'Connell, John O'Connell, Thomas Steele, Charles Gavan Duffy, Rev. Thomas Tierney, Rev. Peter James Tyrrell, Richard Barrett, John Gray, and Thomas Mathew Ray in the Court of Queen's Bench, Ireland, Hilary term, 1844.
The report of the Lords Committees appointed to draw up the state of the case upon the writ of error, lately depending in the House of Peers wherein Matthew Ashby was plaintiff, and William White and others defendants : with the resolutions of the House of Peers relating thereunto.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1922, no. 260 the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, appellant, vs. Potomac Electric Power Co., incorporated and Washington Railway and Electric Company, appellees : brief for the Public Utilities Commission of the district of Columbia.
In His Majesty's High Court of Delegates, the Reverend Edward Drax Free, doctor in divinity, against Montagu Burgoyne, Esquire, promoter of the office of the judge an appeal from the Arches Court of Canterbury, the Reverend Edward Drax Free, clerk, doctor in divinity, rector of the Parish of Sutton, in the county of Bedford, in the Archdeaconry and Commissaryship of Bedford, in the diocese of Lincoln, and province of Canterbury, appellant, Montagu Burgoyne, Esquire, the promoter of the office of the judge against the said Edward Drax Free, respondent.
The Right Honourable John, Earl of Breadalbane, appellant, James Menzies of Culdares, Esquire and Angus Mac Donald of Kenknock, respondents the appellant's case.
In the Court of Appeals, the right of the graduates of the Law School of Columbia College to admission to the bar case, points, argument, opinion of the Court of Appeals, protest of the Supreme Court and additional argument.
The rights of labour defended, or, The trial of the Glasgow Cotton Spinners for the alleged crime of conspiracy, &c., &c. to maintain of raise the wages of labour, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 10th and 27th November, 1837.
The rod in pickle, or, An answer to the appeal of John Church the obelisk preacher containing an authentic narrative of the cause of his leaving Banbury, in Oxfordshire : together with the charges exhibited against himاthe meeting of his friends in consequence of those chargesاand the result of that meeting : to which are added, his letters written to the managers of the Banbury Meeting-House, begging them not to let the cause of his dismissal be known in London /
In the Supreme Court of the Ames Competition, in equity, the Second National Bank of Amesburgh, plaintiff, v. James W. Edwards and William Eggleston, as executors of the will of Arthur O. Hamilton and First Baptist Church of Amesburgh, defendants brief for the defendant, First Baptist Church of Amesburgh.
The Countess of Kildare and others, appellants, Robert Burton, Esquire and others, respondents appendix to the case of the respondents, the Burtons.
The Schooner "W.P. Sayward," her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo, Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant, appellant, vs. the United States appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Alaska : filed October 30, 1888.
The rival princes, or, A faithful narrative of facts relating to Mrs. M.A. Clarke's political acquaintance with Colonel Wardle, Major Dodd, &c., &c., &c., who were concerned in the charges against the Duke of York together with a variety of authentic and important letters and curious and interesting anecdotes of several persons of political notoriety /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals for Prize Causes, Jungster Charlotta, Tierk Otma, master, the said Tierk Otma, claimant of the ship, as the property of Wilhelm Marquering, an inhabitant of the town of papenburg, and of the cargo as the property of Joze Bernardo de Aranjo Guimaraens, of Oporto, merchant, and a subject of the Queen of Portugal and also claimant of his own private adventure, consisting of two pipes of brandy, appellant, against, Peter Dunsterville, commander of the private ship of war Snap-Dragon, the captor, respondent, and the said Peter Dunsterville, the captor, appellant, against the said Tierk Otma, claimant of the Cork, part of the cargo, as the property of the said Joze Bernardo de Aranho Guimaraens, respondent on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : case on behalf of the claimant : 1809.
The riddle of the Ruthvens and other studies
The Right Honourable William Venables, mayor, eighth session, held at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, on Thursday, the 26th of October, 1826 and following days
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term 1870, the New Orleans and Ohio Railroad Company, L.S. Trimble, et. al., appellants, vs. W.P. Mellen and the United States, appellees no. 202.
The New York Central Railroad Company to Guaranty Trust Company of New York, trustee indenture, dated April 21, 1915, twenty-five six per cent., convertible gold debenture bonds, issue of 1915,
The Murder of Mrs. Bessie Brown a startling confession : showing the disastrous consequences of young married people becoming addicted to habits that invariably lead to marital misery and often to murder.
The Municipality No. Two, of the city of New Orleans vs. the Orleans Cotton Press Company
The memorial of Lieut. Col. John Doveton, to the Honorable the Court of Directors of the United East India Company
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1904, no., the Mobile Transportation Company, appellant-petitioner in this case, vs. the city of Mobile, Gregory L. Smith, Harry T. Smith and Julia S. Barnes, respondent-appellees brief on behalf of appellant-petitioner in this case in support of the petition for a writ of certiorari.
The Mysterious murder of Pearl Bryan, or, The headless horror a full account of the mysterious murder known as the Fort Thomas tragedy, from beginning to end : full particulars of all detective and police investigations : dialogues of the interviews between Mayor Caldwell, chief Deitsch and the prisoners.
The Nelson Sword v. Lord Denman's law, or, What is libel? being illustrations of the summing-up of the judge, the shrewdness of counsel, the triumph of the times and sagacity of the eminent solicitor of that impartial journal as displayed in the recent trial of Evans versus Lawson for libel in the Court of Queen's Bench, gunpowder-plot-day, 1847 : T.A. Evans, plaintiff in the above case.
The Mercantile National Bank of the City of New York vs. the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, and George W. McLean, receiver of taxes in equity.
In the House of Lords, the Rev. Mr. William Leslie, minister of the United Parishes of St. Andrews and Longbride, appellant, James Brodie of Brodie, Esquire, and other freeholders of the county of Elgin and Forres in Scotland, respondents the appellant's case.
The Report of the trials of the rioters, at the Assizes held at Warwick, August 20, 1791 before the Right Hon. Mr. Baron Perryn /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals for Prizes, Vrow Susanna, Johannes Gustaff Geeble, master, the said Johannes Gustaff Geeble, a subject of their high mightinesses the states-general, the claimant of the said ship and goods, appellant, against James Innes, Esq., His Majesty's advocate-general for the Island of Jamaica, and against Thomas Craven, Esq., the commander, and the officers, mariners and others, of His Majesty's Ship the Princess Mary, the captor of the said ships and goods, respondents
The Samuel Dillaway, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company, libellant, appellant, v. Albert H. Smith, claimant, appellee Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company, defendant, appellant, v. William T. Donnell et al., libellants, appellees : appeals from the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts, from final decrees (Lowell J.), April 27 and 28, 1898 : record.
The Right Honourable Lady Elizabeth Lambert, (daughter of the late Earl of Cavan) against Richard Tattersall, horse-dealer and proprietor of the Morning Post for a libel in which her ladyship is charged with unchastity, in eloping with her footman : tried before the Right Honourable Lloyd Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Westminster, on Monday, July 9, 1792.
In the Supreme Court of the Ames Competition, in equity, the Second National Bank of Amesburgh, plaintiff, v. James W. Edwards and William Eggleston, as executors of the will of Arthur O. Hamilton and First Baptist Church of Amesburgh, defendants brief for the executors of the will of Arthur O. Hamilton.
The reviewer reviewed, or, Strictures and testimony on Moses Thacher's review of his own case and conduct
The royal pardon vindicated, in reference to the claims of Mr. W.H. Barber on the justice of the country
The second protest of Richard S. Hackley's heirs respecting their lands in East Florida, addresses to His Excellency James K. Polk, president of the United States, June 27, 1845.
The Royal exile or, Memoirs of the public and private life of Her Majesty Caroline, Queen Consort of Great Britain : embracing every circumstance connected with the memorable scenes of her eventful life, from the earliest period to her late arrival in England : a full and impartial history of the charges against her and proceedings in Parliament and of all the important events that have transpired since her return : with illustrations on the subjects, not generally known, interspersed with original letters and other curious and interesting documents never before published /
The Right Honourable Henry, Earl of Shannon, formerly Henry Boyle, Esq., chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland, the Right Honourable Henry Singleton, Esq., master of the Rolls in Ireland, the Right Honourable John Bowes, Esq., chief baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, the Honourable Michael Ward, Esq., one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench in Ireland, and Boleyn Whitney, Esq., surviving trustees, appointed in and by an act of Parliament made in the said Kingdom of Ireland, in the seventh year of the reign of His Present Majesty, intitled, An act of the relief of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton, and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Samuel Burton, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison, appellants, Robert Burton, Esq., Sir Charles Burton, as well in his own right, as administrator, with the will annexed, of Jane Burton, deceased, and Rachael Burton, administratix of the goods and chattels of Francis Burton, Esq., deceased, which Robert Burton, Sir Charles Burton, Jane Burton, and Francis Burton, are legatees in the will of the said Benjamin Burton, deceased, The Right Honourable Mary, countess of Kildare, surviving executrix of Robert, late Earl of Kildare, deceased, and others, creditors of the said several bankers, Benjamin Burton, Esq., son and heir, and one of the surviving executors of the said Samuel Burton, Esq., and grandson and heir at law of the said Benjamin Burton, Esq., deceased, Francis Bindon, the other surviving executor of the said Samuel Burton, and the said Daniel Falkiner, Esq., respondents the case of the appellants, the surviving trustees, in the act of Parliament, above mentioned.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Massachusetts, Thomas Buntin, master : the said Thomas Buntin, claimant of the ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture, on behalf of himself, Amos Atkinson, Stephen Frotheringham and Ebenezer Hale, severally of Newbery and Newbery Port, in the state of Massachusetts, in North America, and citizens of the United States of America, the true, lawful and sole owners and proprietors thereof, appellant, against, Giovanni Battista Caviglia, commander of the private ship of war Endeavour, the captor, respondent an appeal from the Vice Admiralty Court of the Island of Malta : appellant's case.
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 5th of this instant March, 1733 : being the second execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. John Barber, Esq.
The Observator prov'd a trimmer, or, Truth and justice vindicated in the history of the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey and the several popish shams since made use of to amuse the world about it : being a full answer to certain late pamphlets, intituled, Observators wherein the evidence of that gentlemans being murthered by papists, is very falsly stated and the positions and practices of the Church of Rome, too favourably represented : humbly dedicated to the clergy of England.
The Only correct account of the life, character and conduct of John Banks a native of Nieuport in Austrian flanders : who was executed on the 11th day of July, 1806 for the wilful murder of his wife Margaret Banks : to which is prefixed a correct copy of his trial and condemnation with an appendix containing his confession, voluntarily made by himself in the presence of the editor, attended by one of the keepers who if required will testify to its truth.
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 28th of this instant May, 1733 : being the fourth execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor for the time being.
The Occupation hazard of Locomotive Engineers
The Newgate calendar improved being interesting memoirs of notorious characters who have been convicted of offences against the laws of England, during the seventeenth century and continued to the present time, chronologically arranged, comprising traitors, murderers, incendiaries, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, coiners, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, extortioners, sharpers, forgers, pickpockets, fraudulent bankrupts, money droppers, impostors, and rogues of every description and containing a number of interesting cases never before published, with occasional remarks on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, moral reflections and observations on particular cases, explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added, a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world /
The New York Trust Company and Edith Hale Harkness, executors of the last will and testament of William L. Harkness, deceased, plaintiffs, against William H. Edwards, collector of United States internal revenue for the second district of the state of New York, defendant, United States of America, plaintiff, against John D. Rockefeller, defendant brief on behalf of William L. Harkness, deceased, plaintiffs and John D. Rockefeller, defendant.
The official report of the trial of Charles Louis Tucker for the murder of Mabel Page in the Superior Court of Massachusetts.
The opinion of Judge Cooper on the effect of a sentence of a Foreign Court of Admiralty
The only true and authentic life and confession of Joel Clough containing his life and confession, from 14 years of age, anecdotes, letters, escape, capture, &c. /
The Ordinary of Newgate, his account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words, of the malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 21st of December : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Salter, knt.
Provincial Synod of Armagh the opinion of Mr. A.J. Stephens, Q.C., LL. D., on behalf of the Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of all Ireland, with an appendix of documents and communications to Her Majesty's Government respecting synodical action.
The Report of the trial of Cornthwaite John Hector, gentleman, John Cawley, Edward Shoyer, William Spratt, and William Ware, the younger, yeomen, for a forcible entry and detainer of a freehold tenement in the borough of Petersfield, in the county of Southampton before the Honourable Mr. Justice Burrough, and a common jury, at the Winchester Assizes, on Friday, the 21st day of July, 1820 : with introductory observations.
The report of the trial for criminal conversation, Wright versus Braham of the King's Theatre, in Common Pleas, London, July 23, 1816 containing all the evidence, speeches of counsel, charge to the jury and remarkable defence, verbatim /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Thorn, Charles Ratcliff, master, an appeal from Jamaica, Charless Ratcliff the master and Richard Stiles the supercargo, claimants of the said schooner and cargo, on behalf of and as the true lawful and sole property of Thomas Callender and Thomas Shipley of Philadelphia, merchants and citizens of the United States of America, and also for the private adventures of themselves, the claimants, and of Samuel Wagner, also an American citizens, appellants, against James Lillicrap, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Dispatch, the captor and Charles Bishop, Esqr., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents case on behalf of the claimants and appellants.
The speech of Mr. George Kelly spoke at the bar of the House of Lords, on Thursday, the 2d of May 1723, in his defence against the bill then depending, for inflicting pains and penalties upon him.
The Sketch book of character, or, Curious and authentic narratives and anecdotes respecting extraordinary individuals exemplifying the imperfections of circumstantial evidence, illustrative of the tendency of credulity and fanaticism and recording singular instances of voluntary human suffering and interesting occurrences.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the two malefactors. who was executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 26th of June, 1754 : being the seventh execution in the Mayoralty of the Right Hon. Thomas Rawlinson, Esq., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the four malefactors, who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 12th of November, 1755, and Mabel Hughes, executed September 15, for the murder of Alexander Knipe being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. Slingsby Bethell, Esq., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words of five malefactors, viz. Emanuel Mountain for murder, executed on Monday January the 17th, Morris Delany and John Collins for a robbery on the high-way and William Champ for Horse-stealing, executed on Wednesday February the 9th and Daniel Blake for murder, executed on Saturday February the 26th, 1763 being the first, second and third executions in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. William Beckford, Esq., lord mayor of the city of London.
The original and the only authentic account of the trial of Eugene Aram, (late a schoolmaster at Knaresbrough,) for the murder of Daniel Clark with his autobiography, and a particular account of his studies, and literary attainments, also several of his letters, &c. : to which is added "The dream of Eugene Aram" /
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the two malefactors, who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the fifth of June, 1754 being the fifth execution in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. Thomas Rawlinson, Esq., lord-mayor of the city of London : together with an account of William Bradford, who was executed April 29, 1754, for murder.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, John Ayliffe, Esq., who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the nineteenth of November, 1759 being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Chitty, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the seven malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the sixth of August, 1753 : being the seventh execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Crisp Gascoyne, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the four malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 28th of April, 1760 : being the third execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Chitty, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The solemn declaration of the late unfortunate Jason Fairbanks from the original manuscript, composed and signed by himself, a very short time before his death : to which is added, some account of his life and character /
The speech of Charles Phillips, Esq., delivered at the Roscommon Assizes in the case of Connaghton v. Dillon for seduction
The Several speeches of Thomas Whitebread, William Harcourt, Anthony Turner, John Gavan, & J. Fenwick, all Jesuits and priests before their execution at Tyburn, for high-treason, on Friday the 20th of June, 1679.
The Senate of Canada, in re the petition of Lenore Power for a bill of divorce from Reginald John Manley Power report of the Committee on Divorce, together with evidence received by the committee.
The Southern Express Company, appellant, vs. the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, W.W. Rollins, et al., commissioners in possession of the road appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of North Carolina : filed september 20, 1876.
The state ex rel. the Attorney-General of South Carolina vs. the president and directors of the Bank of the state of South Carolina plaintiff's brief.
The singular trial of Mary Neal, Susan Neal, and William Neal, for attempting to poison (by means of White Arsenic) William Hales, his wife, and three children, also Elizabeth Fenn, (their servant,) at the general sessions of the Peace, holden at Great Yarmouth, April 29th, 1825
In the Privy Council, Council Chamber, Whitehall, Friday, 20th July, 1888 present, the Right Honble. the Earl of Selborne, the Right Honble. Lord Watson, the Right Honble. Lord Hobhouse, the Right Honble. Sir Montague Smith, the Right Honble. Sir Barnes Peacock, the Right Honble. Sir Richard Cough, the St. Catharine's Milling and Lumber Company v. the Queen /
The speeches of George Shea, Esq. for the defense on the trial of the state of New Jersey vs. Orrin Van Derhoven for alleged libelous comments upon a witness in the cases of the people vs. Alfred Inglis and Kirkpatrick vs. Alfred Inglis : tried at Paterson, N.J.
The speeches, arguments and determinations of the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session in Scotland upon that important cause, wherein His Grace the Duke of Hamilton and others were plaintiffs and Archibald Douglas of Douglas, Esq., defendant : with an introductory preface giving an impartial and distinct account of this suit /
The speech of Mr. John Checkley upon his tryal, at Boston in New-England for publishing the short and easy method with the deists : to which was added, a discourse concerning episcopacy, in defense of Christianity and the Church of England, against the deists and the dissenters : to which is added, the jury's verdict, his plea in arrest of judgment and the sentence of the court.
The several trials of the Reverend David Barclay before the Presbytery of New-Brunswick, with their judgment at Oxford, an appeal to the Synod of New York and New Jersey, with their judgment in the city of New York : remanded by the Synod, to the Presbytery of New Brunswick, with their judgment, at Hackettstown : and a vote of censure on Jacob Kerr, one of the complainants /
The speeches of Mr. Rolfe and Mr. Booth, counsel for the defendants, the appellants from the decree of Sir Lancelot Shadwell, vice-chancellor (in Attorney General v. Shore) before the Right Honourable Lord Lyndhurst, Lord Chancellor, assisted by Mr. Justice Patteson and Mr. Baron Alderson on April 13th and 14th, 1835 /
The singular trial of Mr. Jones, a medical gentleman, at the Old Bailey, for a foot-pad robbery, near Primrose hill, on Monday, October 11, 1802 including also a full account of his apprehension, examination at Bow Street, acquittal, &c. : to which are prefixed letters to the author from various elevated characters : and his poetical address to the members of the Literary Fund, read before the committee, August 3, 1803, at the Crown and Anchor, in the Strand.
The sentence pronounc'd by the court-martial sitting aboard His Majesty's ship the Prince of Orange, at Deptford, on Tuesday the 3d of June, 1746, on vice-admiral Lestock
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the three malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the twenty-eighth of May, 1753 : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Crisp Gascoyne, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession, & dying words, of the six malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 20th of February, 1748-9 : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Right Hon'ble Sir William Calvert, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of Abraham Ward, who was executed at Tyburn for murder, on the eleventh of December, 1752, and of the eight malefactors, who were executed at Tyburn on Monday the twelfth of February, 1753 being the second and third executions in the Mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Crisp Gascoyne, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the seven malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 20th of December, 1756 : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Right Honourable Marshe Dickenson, Esq., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Ordinary of Newgate's account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of the five malefactors. who were executed at Tyburn, on Monday the second of October, 1758 : being the first execution in the mayoralty of the Right Hon'ble Sir Charles Asgill, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The speech of Edwin James, Esq., one of Her Majesty's counsel, in defence of Dr. Simon Bernard delivered at the Central Criminal Court, on Friday, the 16th of April, 1858 /
In the Supreme Court of Canada, on appeal from the judgment of Mr. Justice McLeod, local judge in admiralty, Exchequer Court of Canada, New Brunswick admiralty district the Ship "Calvin Austin," (defendant below) appellant, and William L. Lovitt (plaintiff below), respondent : action for collision : case on appeal.
The singular case of Nathaniel Hawes, who was hanged for robbery
In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 153 the Southern Express Company, appellant, vs. the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, W.A. Smith, Henry Clews, W.W. Rollins, W.R. Pearson, W.P. Cannaday, Samuel McD. Tate, and William H. Howerton, respondents : brief for appellant.
The speech delivered December 12, 1816, in Creighton v. Townsend for seduction
The Southcoates Brickworks, Limited v. David Parkinson Garbutt Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, sittings at Nisi Prius : before Mr. Justice Brett and a Middlesex special jury, on the 2nd and 3rd February, 1875 /
In the Supreme Court of Illinois, February term, A.D., 1922 the People of the state of Illinois, defendant in error, vs. William Bross Llyod, L.E. Katterfeld, Jack Carney, Perry Shipman, L.K. England, Ludwig Lore, Karl F. Sandberg, Oscar Jesse Brown, N.J. Christensen, Edgar Owens, Samuel Ash, James A. Meisinger, Samuel F. Hankin, John Vogel, Arthur Procter, Niels Kjar, Morris A. Stolar, Charles Krumbein, ا(impleaded with)اJohn Reed, A. Wagenknecht, Charles Baker, Alexander Bilan, Max Bedacht, Edward Lindgren, Harry E. Greenwood, Edwin Firth, Jacob Schiff, Robert Norburg, Robert Horsley, Charles Clarahan, Walter Wolf, J. Kunst, Paul Bernford, Albert B. Stone, Charles Katz, Alfred Shuster, G.A. Engelken, John Nelson and Meyer Dobrowsky, otherwise called Meyer Dobrow, plaintiffs in error, writ of error to the Criminal Court of Cook County, Honorable Oscar Hebel, judge presiding at the trial : reply brief and argument for plaintiffs in error.
The Pennsylvania System Board of Adjustment of the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, complainant, against the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Samuel Rea, W.W. Atterbury, Elisha Lee, George L. Peck, C.S. Krick, M.W. Clement, T.B. Hamilton, and I.W. Geer, defendants memorandum brief on oral argument November 24, 1923, on motion for a preliminary injunction.
In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Texas, Ft. Worth Division, the Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Company, plaintiff, vs. the city of Ft. Worth, et al., defendants report of special master in chancery on final hearing.
The sequestration cases, before the Hon. A.G. Magrath report of cases under the Sequestration Act of the Confederate States, heard in the District Court for the state of South Carolina, in the city of Charleston, October term, 1861 /
The Coastwise Transportation Company, libellant, appellant, petitioner, v. Christopher P. Meidell, claimant, appellee, respondent brief in opposition to petition for writ of certiorari.
The state of Ohio ads. John Dillingham error to the Police Court, of Cincinnati.
The state of the case and argument for the appellants, in the case of the Bank of the United States versus the auditor and treasurer of the state of Ohio and others in the Supreme Court of the United States.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, the state of Florida against Edward C. Anderson, Jr., and others statement and points in support of the bill and on behalf of the holders of state bonds praying to be made parties.
No. 436, the Carbonero (2), Reading Company, libellant, appellant, v. Walter D. Munson, claimant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts.
The Steamship Edda, the Coastwise Transportation Company, libellant, appellant, v. Christopher P. Meidell, claimant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, before Colt, Putnam and Lowell, JJ. : opinion of the court, October 21, 1909.
In the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County, Ohio, the state of Ohio ex rel., J.M. Sheets, attorney general, vs. William N. Hobart, et. al., no. 120,498, action to enjoin prize fight record of pleadings, arguments of counsel and opinion of court, before Hon. Howard C. Hollister, judge.
The state of Minnesota, respondent, vs. A.C. Townley and Joseph Gilbert, appellants brief and argument for the state.
The Coastwise Transportation Company, libellant, appellant, petitioner, against Christopher P. Meidell, claimant, appellee, respondent petition for writ of certiorari and brief in support thereof : petition for writ of certiorari.
The state of Georgia against Ulysses S. Grant, George G. Meade, Thomas H. Ruger and Charles F. Rockwell brief of David Dudley Field.
The Steamship "Edda," the Coastwise Transportation Company, libellant, appellant, v. Christopher P. Meidell, claimant, appellee petition for rehearing.
The Steamboat New York, Thomas C. Durant, et al., claimants and appellants, vs. Isaac P. Rae, et al., appellees points for the appellants.
Defence of John M'Donogh's will
In the District Court of Appeal state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant crim. no. 278 : appellant's opening brief.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, defendant brief of W.H. Metson, Esq., as amicus curiae on appellant's petition for hearing herein.
The people against David Montgomery for the murder of Mary Montgomery
In the District Court of Appeal of the state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant criminal no. 278 : brief of amici curiae upon petition for rehearing.
The people of the state of California, plaintiff and respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, defendant and appellant respondent's reply to brief of W.H. Metson, Esq., amicus curiae.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1918, no., original, the state of Kansas, complainant, vs. Albert S. Burleson, postmaster general of the United States and Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, a corporation, defendants
The Steamer "Kanawha" ads. Thomas A. Higgins, et al., appellants points for the "Kanawha."
The state of Kansas, complainant, vs. the state of Colorado, et. al. and the United States, intervenor in equity.
The Steamtug Nottingham and Barge no. 7, Central Railroad Company of New Jersey, claimant, appellant, v. Fields S. Pendleton, libellant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, from final decree (Lowell, J.), February 9, 1905 : record.
The substance of the argument delivered before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council by Archibald John Stephens, LL. D., one of Her Majesty's Counsel in the case of Thomas Byard Sheppard against William James Early Bennett, clerk : with an appendix containing their Lordship's judgment.
The Suffolk parricide being the trial, life, transactions and last dying words of Charles Drew, of Long-Melford in the county of Suffolk, who was executed at St. Edmund's-Bury on Wednesday the 9th of April for the inhuman murder of his father Charles John Drew, Esq., attorney at Law by shooting him thro' the body at his own house on Thursday the 31st of January 1739-40 : containing 1. An account of his extravagancies and debaucheries which drove him to necessity and induced him to commit this horrid fact. 2. The scheme he laid to perpetrate it, his getting acquainted with John Humphreys, the manner in which he prevailed upon him to undertake the murder of his father and the reasons that induced him thereto. 3. A particular account of the execution of the fact of Humphreys's refusing to do it and of Charles Drew (the son) taking the musket from Humphreys and shooting his father. 4. His behaviour afterwards and his getting Mr. Gent to draw up an advertisement and offering a reward for apprehending the murderer in order to screen himself and take off the suspicion of his being concerned. 5. The means of discovering it by Mr. Mace and true copies of the letters that were produced and by which they got an insight into the whole affair. 6. The manner in which it was discovered an account of Drew's examination and copies of the informations given before Col. de Veil and his being sent to Newgate. 7. His behaviour there and endeavouring to corrupt Jonathan Keate, the Turnkey to let him escape. 8. His trial at large at the assizes held at St. Edmund's Bury /
The Steam Tug Nottingham and Barge No. 7, Central Railroad Company of New Jersey, claimant-appellant, vs. Fields S. Pendleton, libellant-appellee brief for appellant.
The Parish will case in the Court of Appeals : the statement of facts and the opinion of the court.
In the District Court of Appeal of the state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, plaintiffs and respondents, vs. M.W. Coffey, defendant and appellant supplemental reply brief on behalf of appellant.
The Parish will case
The particulars of the arrest and examination of A.W. Armstrong, on a charge of high treason, on June 13, 1818 for threatening the life of the Prince Regent : with the letters from Mr. Armstrong to the Prince Regent, Lord Sidmouth, and Sir N. Conant : exposing the fallacy of suffering themselves to be gulled in such a ridiculous manner.
The state of New York versus the state of Louisiana and others
In the District Court of Appeal of the state of California, First Appellate District, the people of the state of California, respondent, vs. Abraham Ruef, appellant criminal no. 278 : appellant's petition for rehearing and motions to amend and correct opinions on the facts.
In the Supreme Court of Ohio, December term, 1865, the state of Ohio, on the relation of the attorney general against the Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Company
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1914 the state of Wisconsin vs. Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the interior, in equity : the answer of Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the interior.
In the Supreme Court of Tennessee, the state on the relation of Amos P. Curry vs. Marcus J. Wright proceeding by quo warranto to try the title to the office of sheriff of Shelby County : statement of case and argument of Randolph, Hammond & Jordan, for relator, A.P. Curry.
In the District Court of Travis County, Texas, the state of Texas, ex rel. the Attorney General, vs. East Line & Red River Railroad Company supplemental argument in opposition to receiver's application for authority to purchase rolling-stock, steel rails, etc.
In the District Court, 14th Judicial District, Dallas County, Texas, the state of Texas vs. the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company of Texas defendant's original answer.
The state of the case of Captain Jones as it was yesterday presented to His Majesty and in consequence of which he was pleased to grant a respite till Wednesday next.
Daniel P. Holland vs. the Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company, judgment fi. fa. the U.S. Circuit Court, Northern District of Florida.
The state of Minnesota, respondent, vs. A.C. Townley and Joseph Gilbert, appellants brief for appellants.
The state of Florida, complainant, vs. Edward C. Anderson, Jr., Daniel P. Holland, J. Frederick Warring, et al., in chancery
The stock exchange "A sham market"? Or, The recent stock exchange cases of Grissell v. Bristowe, and Coles v. Bristowe, as decided on appeal, stated by the economist to be unreasonable and inequitable, and making a sham market /
In the Court of Civil Appeals for the Fourth Supreme Judicial District of Texas, at San Antonio, Texas, the State of Texas, appellant, vs. Alberto Balli, et al., appellees appealed from the 117th District Court, Nueces County, Texas : brief for appellees.
The state of South Carolina, appellant, vs. the Port Royal and Augusta Railway Company, appellee appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of South Carolina : motion to dismiss appeal.
The Tichborne tragedy being the secret and authentic history of the extraordinary facts and circumstances connected with the claims, personality, identification, conviction and last days of the Tichborne claimant /
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, for the Third Circuit, the Pennsylvania System Board of Adjustment of the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, appellant, v. the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Samuel Rea, W.W. Atterbury, Elisha Lee, George L. Peck, C.S. Krick, M.W. Clement, T.B. Hamilton, and I.W. Geer, appellees appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania : brief of appellees.
The Parnell commission the opening speech for the defence delivered /
In the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the county of Sacramento, the people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. the Gold Run Ditch and Mining Company, defendant
The people of the state of New York, respondents, against Albert T. Patrick, appellant case on appeal from Court of General Sessions of the Peace in and for the county of New York.
The people of the state of New York, respondent, v. Benjamin Gitlow, appellant
In the Supreme Court of Illinois, December term, A.D., 1921 the People of the state of Illinois, defendant in error, vs. William Bross Llyod, L.E. Katterfeld, Jack Carney, Perry Shipman, L.K. England, Ludwig Lore, Karl F. Sandberg, Oscar Jesse Brown, N.J. Christensen, Edgar Owens, Samuel Ash, James A. Meisinger, Samuel F. Hankin, John Vogel, Arthur Procter, Niels Kjar, Morris A. Stolar, Charles Krumbein, ا(impleaded with)اJohn Reed, A. Wagenknecht, Charles Baker, Alexander Bilan, Max Bedacht, Edward Lindgren, Harry E. Greenwood, Edwin Firth, Jacob Schiff, Robert Norburg, Robert Horsley, Charles Clarahan, Walter Wolf, J. Kunst, Paul Bernford, Albert B. Stone, Charles Katz, Alfred Shuster, G.A. Engelken, John Nelson and Meyer Dobrowsky, otherwise called Meyer Dobrow, plaintiffs in error, writ of error to the Criminal Court of Cook County, Honorable Oscar Hebel, judge presiding at the trial : brief and argument for plaintiffs in error.
The people of the state of New-York vs. Michael Cancemi, indicted for murder bill of exceptions.
The people of the state of New York ex rel., Western Electric Company, relator, vs. Frank Campbell, comptroller of the state of New York, respondent printed papers.
The people vs. William M. Tweed W.H. Peckham's address.
The people of the state of New York, plaintiff-respondent, vs. the F.H. Smith Company, the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., Henry Cabell Maddux, as president, L.R. Hawkins, as vice-president and Theophilus Barrow, as secretary and treasurer of the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., defendants-appellants record on appeal.
The people of the state of New York, respondents, against Henry D. Denison, James J. Belden, A. Cadwell Belden and Thomas Gale, appellants appeal from order, stenographic report of arguments of counsel.
The title to the manor of Rensselaerwyck in the Court of Appeals of the state of New-York : the people of the state of New-York, respondents, against William P. Van Rensselaer and others, appellants : opinions deliveded [sic] on reversing the judgment of the Circuit Court and the Supreme Court of the Third District, December 1853.
The people ex rel., Oscar S. Jennings vs. Joseph S. Hall argument for defendant.
The people on the relation of McSpedon & Baker against Andrew V. Stout, county treasurer the same on the relation of Charles McGill against the same : opinionاDavies, J.
In the Superior Court of Pennsylvania Fifth District, (certified to Pittsburgh for hearing), no. 111, April term, 1918, the People's Natural Gas Company, appellant, vs. the Public Service Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania appeal of the People's Natural Gas Company from an order of the Public Service Commission, over-ruling its demurrer and directing it to file a schedule of its rates for service at the city of Johnstown, entered in the complaint of Louis Franke vs. Johnstown Fuel Supply Company and the People's Natural Gas Company at complaint docket no. 1098ا1916 : paper book of Louis Franke, intervening appellee.
The people, ex rel., Louis Napoleon, ads., Jonathan Lemmon points for the people.
The telephone appeals (January 24 to February 8, 1887) the People's Telephone Co., et al., appellants, v. the American Bell Telephone Co., et al., U.S.C.C., S.D.N.Y. (Drawbaugh case) /
The people ex rel. William McPheron, Jr., vs. Robert R. Blacker, secretary of state application for writ of mandamus : points of B.M. Cutcheon, counsel for relator.
The People's Telephone Company, et al., vs. the American Bell Telephone Co., et al., (Drawbaugh case) U.S.C.C., S.D.N.Y.
The Tichborne mystery on the verge of solution, midst the ashes of a dead past /
The trial and conviction of that infamous hypocrite John Church, the Surrey Tabernacle preacher, Borough-Road, St. George's Fields for an abominable offence including the whole of the evidence tried before Lord Ellenborough, at the Surrey Assizes, Croydon, Saturday, August 16, 1817 /
The trial of William Smith, John Clarke and Robert Baxter for a burglary in the shop of the Mr. Fletcher, watchmaker, Chester, at Chester Sessions, September 20, 1810, with several interesting letters from Smith and Clarke to their friends : together with an account of their execution on Wednesday, October 10 : a copy of the letter, sent to Smith and Clarke, by the Rev. Ebenezer White and a faithful detail of their behaviour subsequent to their condemnation.
The trial of William Corder at the Assizes, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, August 7th and 8th, 1828, for the murder of Maria Marten in the Red Barn, at Polstead : including the matrimonial advertisement and many other curious and important particulars down to the execution, obtained exclusively by the editor.
The telephone appeals the People's Telephone Co., et al., appellants, v. the American Bell Telephone Co., et al., U.S.C.C., S.D.N.Y., (Drawbaugh case) /
The Tichborne trial epitomised giving in a comprehensive form, full report of the trial to the date of adjournment : forty-six days, commencing May 10, adjourned November 15.
The three trials of William Hone for publishing three parodies viz., The Late John Wilkes's catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist's creed : on three ex-officio informations, at Guildhall, London, during three successive days, December 18, 19, & 20, 1817 : before three special juries and Mr. Justice Abbott, on the first day, and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, on the last two days.
The trial, curia Justiciaria Suprem̆ Curĭ Admiralitatis, tenia in Pr̆torio Burgi de Edinburg, decimo septimo die mensis Septembris, MDCCXXXV, per bonorabilem virum Jacobum Graham de Airth Judicem dist̆ curĭ curia legittime affirmata, intrant Thomas MacAdam and James Long Pannels, both of them indicted and accused at the instance of Duncan Forbes, Esq., His Majesty's advocate and Mr. Hugh Forbes Advocate Procurtor Fiscal of the said High Court for the crime specified in manner mentioned in the criminal letters raised against them thereanent, in manner underwritten.
The trial and death of Socrates being the Euthyphron, Apology, Crito, and Ph̆do /
The Trial of W. Davenport, S. Stubbs, J. Woode, G. Jackson, J. Tittersall alias Tittensall, R. Barnes, A. Tittersall alias Tittensall, and J. Hattersley, journeymen hatters, of Macclesfield for a conspiracy against their masters and refusing to work for the wages which they and other workmen were accustomed to receive /
The trial of Thomas Sheridan, Esq., for criminal conversation with the lady of Peter Campbell, Esquire in the Sheriff's Court, on July the 7th, 1807 : damages fifteen-hundred Pounds !!! : with the memoirs of the Right-Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan and his son Thomas Sheridan, Esquire.
The trial of W. Lovett, journeyman cabinet-maker for a seditious libel : before Mr. Justice Littledale, at the Assizes at Warwick, on Tuesday, the 6th of August, 1839.
The trial of Warren Hastings, Esq., complete from February 1788, to June 1794 with a preface, containing the history of the origin of the impeachment, a list of the changes in the High Court of Justice, pending the trial and the debate in the House of Commons, on the motion of thanks to the managers.
The people of the state of New York, plaintiff, against the Continental Life Insurance Co., defendant in re the petition of John J. Anderson /
The trial of William Corder at the Assizes, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, August 7th and 8th, 1828, for the murder of Maria Marten in the Red Barn, at Polstead : including the matrimonial advertisement and many other curious and important particulars obtained exclusively by the editor.
The trial of William Shields for murder of Thomas Ryan in Kevin's-Street, on the 14th of July, 1802, before the Hon. Justice Day and the Hon. Justice Fox at Dublin, the 6th of November, 1802 /
The trial of Thomas Simmons for the wilful murder of Mrs. Hummerstone and Mrs. Warner, at Hoddesdon, October 20, 1807 : before Baron Macdonald and Mr. Justice Heath, at Hertford Assizes, Friday, March 3, 1807.
The trial of William Jemott, for piracy
The trial of William Booth, of Perry Barr, in the county of Stafford for forgery at Stafford Summer Assizes, 1812, before Sir Simon Le Blanc, one of the judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench : with the substance of the trial of William Bevan for highway robbery.
The Trial of William Spiggot alias Spickett, John Spiggot alias Spickett, Wm. Morris, Wm. Thomas alias Blink, David Morgan alias Lacy, Wm. Walter Evan, Cha. David Morgan, Wm. Charles and David Llewellin for the murder of Will. Powell, Esq., of Glanareth in the parish of Langaddock, in the county of Carmarthen, at the Assizes held at Hereford, on Wednesday the 28th of March, 1770, before Sir Joseph Yates, knt.
The trial of William Baker, sugar baker for forging an East-India warrant for the delivery of goods, purporting to lie in the East-India warehouse and publishing the same, knowing it to be such at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey on Saturday the ninth of December, 1750, being the first sessions in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. Francis Cokayne, Esq., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The Trial, at large, of William Booth and his associates, George Scot, the three Yates's, John Barrows, and Elizabeth Chidlow for forgery, coining, &c. at the Stafford Summer Assizes, 1812, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.
The trial, condemnation and horrid execution of David M'Lean, formerly of Pennsylvania for high treason against the British Government, at the city of Quebec, on the 21st of July last, who was hanged, drawn, quartered and beheaded on the above day, with all the attendant circumstances of cruelty and barbarity.
The Trial of William Wemms, James Hartegan, William M'Cauley, Hugh White, Matthew Killroy, William Warren, John Carrol, and Hugh Montgomery soldiers in His Majesty's 29th Regiment of Foot, for the murder of Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Patrick Carr, on Monday evening, the 5th of March, 1770, at the Superior Court of Judicature, Court of Assize, and general Goal Delivery, held at Boston, the 27th day of November, 1770, by adjournment : before the Hon. Benjamin Lynde, John Cushing, Peter Oliver, and Edmund Troweridge, Esquires, justices of said court /
The trial between Thomas Prothero, attorney at law and John Frost, Newport. with remarks on the mode which T. Prothero has taken to clear his character /
The trial of Viscountess Belmore, (formerly Lady Henrietta Hobart and daughter to John Earl of Ruckinghamshire) for adultery with the Earl of Ancram : including the depositions of the Earl of Enniskillen, Sir R. Heron and all the other witnesses.
The Trial of Weeping Billy for the wilful murder of Ann Webb also, the trials of William Duncan for the wilful murder of W. Chivers, Esq., John Maycock and John Pope for the wilful murder of A.M. Pooley, at Horsleydown, and John Augustus for the wilful murder of his shipmate, Peter Williams.
The Trial of Thomas Wallis, Ann Heslop, Thomas Leeke Wilson, John Boustead, and John Wilson for a conspiracy, &c., against one Jonathan Sewell before the Corut [i.e. Court] of Nisi Prius, held at the city of Carlisle in and for the county of Cumberland on Saturday the 15th day of August, 1789, by the Honourable Sir Alexander Thomson, one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer and a jury of the said county : containing the information granted against the defendants by the Court of King's Bench, with the evidence at large for and against the defendants as taken by a Gen[t]leman at the Bar upon the trial.
The trial of Thomas Phipps, the elder, Thomas Phipps, the younger, and William Thomas, for forgery at the assize holden at Shrewsbury, for the county of Salop, on Tuesday the 11th of August, 1789 : before the Hon. Sir Richard Perryn, knt.
The trial of unfortunate Byrne, (late coachman to the Hon. John Jocelyn,) at the suit of the present and absent Bishop of Clogher before the commission, at the Sessions-House, Green-Street October 28, 1811, for accusing his lordship of endeavouring to seduce him to commit an unnatural crime, in which are given the splendid speech of Mr. Bushe, solicitor-general and counsel on the part of the prosecution together with the charge of Judge Day and the luminous, admonitory and rebuking sentence passed by Mr. Justice Fox : to which is annexed the opinion of that great political writer Mr. Cobbett on the late abominable and disgusting transaction.
The trial of Thomas Muir younger, Esq., younger of Huntershill before the High Court of Justiciary, upon Friday and Saturday the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, on a charge of sedition /
The trial of Thomas Mitchel for imposing on such of His Majesty's subjects as are charitably inclin'd : by pretending to be deaf and dumb, and counterfeiting a paralytic disorder : by which means he acquired several considerable sums of money, at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, holden for Our Sovereign Lord the King, by adjournment, at St. Margaret's-Hill, Southwark, on Monday, February the 19th 1759 /
The trial of Thomas Kinch and Thomas Watson with the proceedings against Wm. Shields, for the murder of Thomas Ryan, in Kevin's-street, on Wednesday, the 14th of July, 1802 : before the Honourable Baron George, and the Hon. Justice Finucane, at Dublin, the 5th of November, 1802 /
The trial of William Frend, M.A., and Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge in the Vice-Chancellor's Court, for writing and publishing a pamphlet, intitled Peace and union, recommended to the associated bodies of republicans and anti-republicans /
The trial of William Weldon and Richard Weldon, alias Dodson before Baron Thompson, at Oakham, on Saturday the 14th of March, 1789, for the murder of Mr. John Freeman, of Edith-Weston /
The trial by impeachment of Henry lord viscount Melville for high crimes and misdemeanors before the House of Peers, in Westminster Hall, between the 29th of April and the 17th of May, 1806 : to which is prefixed, a sketch of the life and political character of His Lordship and a complete account of the proceedings in Parliament relative to the charges on which the impeachment was founded.
The trial of William Lord Byron, Baron Byron of Rochdale for the murder of William Chaworth, Esq., before the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in Westminster Hall, in full Parliament on Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th of April, 1765 : on the last of which days, the said William Lord Byron was acquitted of murder but found guilty of manslaughter.
The trial of William Priddle, Robert Holloway and Stephen Stephens for a conspiracy against Mr. George Crossley. who were tried at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 24th and 25th of April 1787 and convicted : with the arguments of counsel /
The trial of Thomas Paterson for blasphemy, before the High Court of Justiciary, Edinburgh : with the whole of his bold and effective defence : also, the trials of Thomas Finlay and Miss Matilda Roalfe (for blasphemy), in the Sheriffs' Court.
The trial of William Barber for criminal conversation with Jane Fay, wife of Lawrence Fay in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench in Ireland before the Right Honourable Earl Clonmell and a special jury in Thursday, June the 1st and Friday the 2nd, 1797.
The Trials of Charles the First and of some of the regicides with biographies of Bradshaw, Ireton, Harrison, and others, and with notes.
The Trials of all the felon prisoners, tried, cast and condemned at Justice Hall in the Old Baily with the remarkable trial of Thomas Scott for a highway robery [sic]
The Trial, defence, &c., of William Ross, who was executed together with Robert Ellis, J.B. Monarque & W. Johnson, at Quebec, in April last for a burglary and robbery committed at the house of Messire Masse, cure of Pointe Levi on the night of the 29th September, 1826.
The trials of Richard Gathorne Butt, Esq. for libels upon the Right Honourable Edward Lord Ellenborough, lord chief justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, and the Right Honourable Robert Lord Viscount Castlereagh, K.G. His Majestyѫs secretary of State for Foreign Affairs : tried in Westminster Hall, before Mr. Justice Abbott and a special jury, on Saturday the 24th of May, 1817.
The trials of Stephen Watson for the inhuman and unprovoked murder of his wife, at West Bradenham, in Norfolk, and of William Bennington, for the cruel murder of Mr. John Filbee, his master, at West Dereham, in the same county, at the Norfolk, Lent Assizes 1795, held at Thetford, before Baron Perryn and James Mingay, Esq., King's counsel.
The Trials at large of the felons in the Castle of York, at the Lammas Assizes, 1777 before the Hon. Sir Henry Gould, knight and the Hon. Sir George Nares, knight, two of the justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, Bacon Frank, Esq., high-sheriff /
The trials at large of Joseph Merceron, Esq. for fraud, as treasurer of the poor rate funds of St. Matthew, Bethnal Green and also for corrupt conduct as a magistrate, in re-licensing disorderly public houses, his property : tried before Mr. Justice Abbott, and special juries, in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster on the 16th and 18th of May, 1818 : to which are added the proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, on the 28th of May, 1819, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott, in the case of the King v. the Rev. W.F. Platt, and others, for conspiring with the aforesaid Joseph Merceron, in defrauding the poor rate funds of the sum of £925 1s. 3d. /
The Trials of all the felon prisoners, tried, cast and condemned, at Justice Hall, in the Old Baily with the remarkable trials of Joseph Sedgeley, a boy only 15 years of age for a burglary and Mary Kierman with intent of murdering her infant only 14 days old by leaving it in the street.
The power of the constitutional convention containing the pleadings, briefs, arguments of counsel, and opinion of the judges of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in the case of Wells and others vs. the Election Commissioners /
The petition of William Gray of Gartcraig, merchant in Glasgow
The Trial at large of Arthur O'Connor, Esq., John Binns, John Allen, Jeremiah Leary and James Coigley for high treason before Judge Buller, &c., under a special commission, at Maidstone, in the county of Kent /
The trial at large of Samuel Wild Mitchell, a weaver in Spitalfields, for the wilful murder of his own daughter, a child nine years of age, by cutting her throat with a razor which was tried at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, before Sir Archibald MacDonald, knt. Lord chief baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, January 12, 1805 : including his confession before the magistrate his defence, &c., &c. /
The trial at Bar between Campbell Craig, lessee of James Annesley, Esq., plaintiff and the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, defendant before the Honourable the barons of the Exchequer, at the King's Court, Dublin, in Trinity term : in the 16th and 17th years of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord King George the Second, King of Great Britain, &c., and in the year of Our Lord 1743.
The Trial at full length of the 38 men from Manchester on a charge of administering an unlawful oath before Sir George Wood, K.B., at Lancaster, on Thursday, 27th August, 1812, with additional notes, &c., by several of the defendants.
The Trial at large of John Penny, William Penny, Thomas Collins, John Allen, Daniel Long, John Reeves, James Jenkins, Thomas Morgan, James Roach, Robert Groves, and John Burley for the wilful murder of W. Ingram, (gamekeeper to Colonel Berkeley,) at Catgrove, in the parish of Hill, Gloucestershire : likewise, the trial of W.A. Brodribb, gentleman, for administering an unlawful oath to the above persons, at Gloucester Lent Assizes, 1816, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Holroyd : to which is prefixed, an introductory narrative of the circumstances which led to the apprehension of the offenders and a plan of the ground on which the murder was committed.
The trial at large of a cause, Chuter versus Bunn, to recover the amount of a guarantee before Mr. Collingridge, in the Sheriff's-Court, Guildhall, January 30, 1803 /
Crim. con., Đ3,000 damages, the trial between Colonel T.R. Powlett and the Right Hon. Lord Sackville, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife which was tried at the Winchester Assizes, before Mr. Baron Graham and a special jury, July 28, 1808.
The trial and particulars of the case wherein the lessee of Catharine O'Brien Butler was plaintiff and the Rev. A. Dunn, secretary to the Roman Catholic College of Maynooth, defendant : tried at the last Trim Assizes, 1802 /
The Trials at large of the Rev. William Francis Platt, Peter Renvoize, Sanderson Turner Sturtevant, James Brown Unwin, Stephen Allen Witherden, William Bragg, James George Greenwood and Samuel Ames, the younger for conspiring with Joseph Merceron, Esq., in defrauding the poor rate funds of St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, of £925 1s., 3d. : before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury, in the Court of King's Bench, on Friday, the 28th of May, 1819 /
The Trials for high treason, of Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, John Augustus Bonney, Stewart Kyd, Jeremiah Joyce, Thomas Holcroft, John Richter, John Thelwall, and John Baxter to which are prefixed the Lord President's charge to the grand jury, the proceedings, first at Hick's Hall, and afterward at the Old Bailey, previous to the commencement of Mr. Hardy's trial, and a correct copy of the indictment : also, lists of the petty jurors, and of the witnesses on the part of the Crown /
The trials of George Robert Fitzgerald, Esq., and Timothy Brecknock, for the procurement of James Fulton and others for the murder of Pat. Ran. M'Donnell and Charles Hipson also the trial of John Gallagher and others for an assault on Geo. Rob. Fitzgerald in the gaol of Castlebar : the speech of G.R. Fitzgerald, Esq., previous to his receiving sentence-the arguments of councel-the Lord Chief Baron Yelverton's speech on passing their sentences, the whole proceedings of the court, together with a description of their conduct at the place of execution /
The proceedings at large at Guildhall and Westminster, on the motions of counsel respecting the postponement by His Majesty's Attorney General of the trials of Allan Macleod charged ex-office with the publication of two political libels.
The pocket Newgate calendar a series of authentic memoirs of characters most famous in their day, for having committed the crimes of murder, housebreaking, highway robbery, pocket picking, mutiny, forgery, &c., &c., &c. /
The prevalence of Arianism amongst English Presbyterians in the early part of the last century, considered in relation to Lady Hewley's charity and to Presbyterian endowments.
No. 152, the "Philadelphia," Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Francis Murphy, libellant, appellee no. 153, the "Philadelphia," Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Mary G. Lamper, et al., libellants, appellees : no. 154, the "Baltimore," Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. Francis Murphy, libellant, appellee : petition for re-hearing.
The Law of England versus the curse of Rome!! being a full report of the trial at the county Antrim Assizes, March 20, 1846, M'Loughlin v. Rev. Luke Walsh, P.P., for excommunication!!
Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Mess. Hastie & Jamieson, merchants in Glasgow
The power of conscience exemplified in the genuine and extraordinary confession of Thomas Bedworth delivered to one of the principal officers of Newgate, the night before his execution, on September 18, 1815, for the murder of Elizabeth Beesmore, in Drury Lane : relating his horrible sufferings until compelled to surrender to public justice by the constant supernatural visitations of the murdered woman and the frequent appearance of her apparition /
In Chancery, before the Vice-Chancellor of the Third Circuit, the president, directors and company of the Fulton Bank of the city of New-York vs. the New-York and Sharon Canal Company and the Sharon Canal Company, impleaded with George W. Brown and Matthew Reed caseاpleadings and proofs.
The president, managers and Company of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company against the Pennsylvania Coal Company before the Hon. Henry Hogeboom, one of the justices of the Supreme Court, sitting as referee, in the city of New York /
The proceedings at large in the Arches Court of Canterbury between Mr. Jacob Mendes Da Costa and Mrs. Catharine Da Costa Villa Real, both of the Jewish religion, and cousin Germans : relating to a marriage contract.
Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Neil Campbell of Duntroon
The police news edition of the trial and condemnation of Frederick Baker
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1886, the People's Telephone Company, et al., appellants, vs. the American Bell Telephone Company, et al., appellees, the Overland Telephone Company, et al., appellants, vs. the American Bell Telephone Company, et al., appellees appellants' supplemental brief on Bell's 1876 patent.
The Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company, appellants, vs. Samuel H. Turrill appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois."
The proceedings of a general court-martial held at the Horse-guards on Friday the 7th and continued by several adjournments to Monday, the 24th of March, 1760 and of a general court-martial held at the Horse-guards on Tuesday the 25th of March and continued by several adjournments to Saturday the 5th day of April 1760, upon the trial of Lord George Sackville.
The proceedings of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, upon the bill intituled, An act to release the obligation of the oath of secrecy, the members of the court-martial appointed for the tryal of Admiral John Byng, pursuant to the exception contained in the said oath together with the examinations of the several members of the said court-martial, taken upon oath at their Lordships Bar.
The proceedings at large on the trial of John Donellan, Esq. for the wilful murder (by poison) of Sir the Edward Allesley Boughton, bart., late of Lawford-Hall, in the county of Warwick : tried before Mr. Justice Buller, at the assizes at Warwick on Friday the 30th day of March, 1781 /
The Proceedings on the King & Queens Commissions of the Peace and Oyer and Terminer and Gaol-Delivery of Newgate, held for the city of London and county of Middlesex, at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, being the 3d, 4th, and 5th days of July, 1689, and in the first year of their Majesties reign
The proceedings in the case of His Majesty's Attorney-General, J.T. Gellibrand, Esq., as well in the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land, as upon the late private investigation, including the correspondence with His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Arthur and the Honourable Chief Justice Pedder and all the other documents connected with this most important case, in two parts
The proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, for the city of London and county of Middlesex held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, on Friday the 27th of February last, before the Right Honourable Sir Richard Brocas, knt., lord mayor of the city of London, the Honourable Mr. Justice Price, Mr. Justice Probyn, and Mr. Baron Thomson, upon a bill of indictment found against Francis Charteris, Esq., for committing a rape on the body of Ann Bond, of which he was found guilty.
The proceedings at the session of Oyer and Terminer and General Goal Delivery for the county of Surry, held at Kingston upon Thames, in and for the said county on Tuesday the 31st of March, Wednesday the 1st, Thursday the 2d and Friday the 3d of April, in the 25th year of His Majesty's reign : before the Honourable Sir Martin Wright, and the Hon. Sir Michael Foster, knt. : being the first assize in the Sheriffwick of Edward Saunderson, Esq., high sheriff for the said county /
The trial of Albert W. Hicks for piracy on board the Sloop Edwin A. Johnson United States Circuit Court, before Hon. Judge Smalley : history of the case.
The Trial of an information issuing out of the Court of King's-Bench, on the prosecution of William Baily, clerk, against Francis Newman and John Hunt, Esqrs., two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county of Somerset for certain trespasses and misdemeanors, at the assizes at Taunton, in the said county, on Monday the first of April, 1776, before the Honourable Sir Beaumont Hotham, knight, one of the Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer.
The trial between William Fawkener, Esq., (clerk of the privy-council,) plaintiff, and the Honourable John Townshend, (son of Lord Viscount Townshend,) defendant for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife (late Miss Poyntz) before the Honourable Francis Buller, Esq., one of the judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, in Westminster-Hall, on Wednesday the 12th of July, 1786 : with some interesting particulars relative to the duel between the plaintiff and the defendant.
The trial of a new society being a review of the celebrated Ettor-Giovannitti-Caruso case, beginning with the Lawrence textile strike that caused it and including the general strike that grew out of it /
The trial of Antichrist, otherwise the man of sin for high treason against the Son of God, tried at the Sessions House of Truth : before the Right Hon. Divine revelation, lord chief justice of His Majesty's Court of Equity, the Hon. Justice Reason, of said court and the Hon. Justice History, one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of information /
The trial of Alexander M'Laren and Thomas Baird before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 5th and 7th March 1817, for sedition /
The trial of a cause instituted by Richard Pepper Arden, Esq., His Majesty's Attorney General, by writ of scire facias, to repeal a patent granted on the sixteenth of December 1775, to Mr. Richard Arkwright, for an invention of certain instruments and machines for preparing silk, cotton, flax, and wool for spinning before the Honorable Francis Buller, one of the judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, at Westminster-Hall, on Saturday the 25th of June 1785.
The trial of Blackburn, Moore and Walsh for the murder of John Blackburn
The trial of Captain Roche
The trial of Alpheus Hitchcock before the Hon. William W. Van Ness, Esq., for the murder of his wife, by poison, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, held at Sullivan, in and for the county of Madison, on the third day of July, 1807 /
The trial of Baron Hompesch for a libel which took place at Maidstone, on Wednesday, March 16th, 1808, before the Lord Chief Baron and a special jury : with a true copy of the libel, as far as it is consistent with common decency /
The trial of Captain William Smith, of the Hon. the East-India Company's battalion of artillery, for criminal conversation with Mrs. Mary Bond, wife of Lieutenant Charles John Bond, of the same corps before Sir Benjamin Sulivan, knight recorder, and special court, assembled at Bombay, February 13,1804 damage 32,000 rupees (4000l. sterling)
The Trial of Alicia Rybot, wife of Mr. Rybot, mercer in Cheapside, London for adultery with Mr. Schoole, barrister at law, and of Lydia Sheridan, wife of Major Sheridan, for adultery with Francis Newman, Esq. : tried in the Bishop of London's Court, Doctor's Commons.
The trial of Capt. William Compton Bolton for an alleged violation of the orders of Commodore Hull, in returning from the Mediterranean to the United States, in May, 1841.
The trial of Alpheus Livermore and Samuel Angier before the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, upon an indictment for the murder of Nicholas John Crevay, an Indian, committed November 23, 1813 : containing the evidence at large, the arguments of the Solicitor General and of the counsel for the prisoners, the charge of the Hon. Judge Sewall to the traverse jury, and his address on pronouncing sentence of death /
The trial of Augustin Bogle French, John French Burke, and Matthew Welch for a conspiracy in the Court of King's Bench before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury, on Wednesday the 9th of December 1818 : to which are added the further proceedings on the 27th of January, and 1st and 3d of February 1819, and the sentence /
The trial of Captain James Dunn for an assault, with an intent to seduce Sylvia Patterson, a black woman, the wife of James Patterson, held at Martling's long room, before referees, appointed by consent of parties, December 15th, 1808.
The trial of Capt. John Porteous before the High Criminal Court, or Lords of Justiciary, in Scotland, for wounding and killing several persons at a late execution of a criminal, in the Grass-Market at Edinburgh, by firing and ordering his men to fire on the spectators.
The trial of Capt. Edward Clark, commander of His Majesty's ship the Canterbury for the murder of Capt. Tho. Innes, commander of His Majesty's ship the Warwick, in a duel at Hyde-Park, March 12, 1749, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey on Thursday the 26th of April 1750 : being the fourth sessions in the Mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel Pennant, knt., lord-mayor of the city of London.
The trial of Captain Edward Dale of the Northumberland Regiment of Militia, by a general court martial, held at Norman cross, in the county of Huntingdon, in the month of May, 1810 /
The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq., Edward Lucas, Francis Peacock, Mark Prevot, John Cummins, otherwise called Charles Chapman, William Pigg, John Bickley, Henry Bourn, and Thomas Bowes, attorney at law, on Wednesday the 30th day of May l787, in His Majesty's Court of King's-Bench, Westminster before the Hon. Mr. Justice Buller, and a special jury, for a conspiracy against the Right Hon. Mary Eleanor Bowes, commonly called Countess of Strathmore : to which are added, the speeches of Mr. Erskine, Mr. Chambre, and Mr. Fielding, in mitigation of punishment on behalf of the conspirators, and of Mr. Mingay, Mr. Law, and Mr. Garrow, in support of the prosecution, previous to the judgment of the court, on Tuesday the 26th day of June, which is also included /
The trial between William Leworthy and the Globe Insurance Company before Mr. Baron Graham, and a special jury, at Taunton Assizes, 5th and 6th April, 1810 /
The trial for crim. con., Wright versus Braham the celebrated singer and musical composer, in the Common Pleas on Tuesday, July 23, 1816, with the whole of the evidence, verbatim.
The trial in ejectment (at large) between Campbell Craig, lessee of James Annesley Esq., and others, plaintiff, and the Right Honourable Richard, Earl of Anglesey, defendant before the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland : begun on Friday, November 11, 1743, and continued by several adjournments to Friday the 25th of the said month : containing the whole evidence, as deliver'd by the witnesses, with all the speeches, and arguments of the judges, and of the counsel /
The trial of the Hon. Richard Bingham, for crim. con. with Lady Elizabeth Howard wife of B.H. Howard, Esq., presumptive heir to the Duke of Norfolk, and daughter to the Earl of Fauconberg, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury, Feb. 24, 1794, who found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages one thousand pounds /
The trial of Captain John Betham of the honorable company's marine on charges preferred against him by Capt. Sir Charles Malcolm, knt., Royal Navy, superintendent of the Bombay Marine : including part of the correspondence relative thereto, and the documents rejected by the court.
The trial of Captain John Kimber, for the supposed murder of an African girl at the Admiralty sessions, before the Hon. Sir James Marriot, knt. (judge advocate) and Sir William Ashurst, knt. &c., on Thursday, June 7, 1792 : of which he was most honourably acquitted, and the two evidences for the prosecution committed to Newgate to take their trials for wilful and corrupt perjury.
The trial between the Phجnix Assurance Company and Mr. James Brown, late of St. Paul's Church Yard containing the evidence delivered in the Court of Common Pleas, at the Guildhall of the city of London on Tuesday, December 15, 1789 /
The trial of Adelaide Bartlett for murder held at the Central Criminal Court from Monday, April 12, to Saturday, April 17, 1886 /
The trial of Captain William Smith, of the Hon. the East-India Company's battalion of artillery, for criminal conversation with Mrs. Mary Bond, wife of Lieutenant Charles John Bond, of the same corps before Sir Benjamin Sulivan, kinght, recorder, and special court, assembled at Bombay, February 13,1804 damages 32,000 rupees (4000l. sterling)
The Trial of a lady on the suspicion of theft, who was confined thirty-three days in the Suffolk jail
The trial by Combat of Henry de Essex and Robert de Montfort at Reading Abby
The trial of Captain Elwin, for criminal conversation with the lady of Sir George Brograve, bart. before the Right Hon. Lord Ellenborough, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on July the 8th, 1807, with the intercepted letters : damages two thousand pounds!!!
The trial of a cause between Richard Maddox, gent., plaintiff, and Dr. M---y, defendant, physician, and man-midwife before Sir Michael Foster, knt., one of the justices of the King's-Bench, at Guildhall, London, March 2, 1754, by a special jury : in an action upon the case, brought by the plaintiff against the defendant for promising and undertaking, and not performing his office as a man-midwife in the delivery of the wife of Mr. Richard Maddox, the plaintiff : with the opinions of several physicians and man-midwives upon the case, as given in evidence upon the trial : whereupon the jury thought proper to give 1000l. damage to the plaintiff : to which will be added, some extraordinary cases in midwifry, extracted from the writings of that very eminent physician and man-midwife, Dr. Deventer, of Leyden.
In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Saph against Atkinson and Westcott the proceedings in the extraordinary suit, with the depositions of witnesses and the sentence of Sir John Nicholl, the judge /
The trial of Frank James for murder with confessions of Dick Liddil and Clarence Hite and history of the "James gang."
The trial of Francis Ravaillac for the murder of King Henry the Great together with an account of his torture and execution /
The trial of Colonel Despard and his associates for high treason and a conspiracy, &c., &c., before Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough and the other commissioners at the New-Sessions-House in the county of Surry, Great Britain, 1803 : to which is added an account of their execution.
The Trials of all the prisoners at the special assizes for the county of Lancaster, commencing May 23, 1812, at the Castle of Lancaster before Sir Alexander Thomson, knight, one of the barons of Our Lord the King of His Court of Exchequer and Sir Simon Le Blanc, knight, one of the justices of Our said Lord the King, assigned to hold the Pleas before the King himself /
At a special term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, held at the Court House, in the city of Newburgh, county of Orange and State of New York, on the first day of October, 1885, present, Hon. Charles F. Brown, justice United States Trust Company of New York, plaintiff, against New York, West Shore & Buffalo Railway Company, Ashbel Green, as trustee under the trust agreement with said New York, West Shore & Buffalo Railway Company as to income bonds dated the twelfth day of January, 1884, and as receiver of the North River Construction Company, Henry C. Albright, Anglo-American Roofing Company, Charles Anthony, Isaac Bronson, the George F. Blake Manufacturing Company, doing business under the name of Knowles Steam Pump Works, Charles L. Blakeslee, William A. Butler, John Q.A. Butler, Boston, Hoosac Tunnel and Western Railway Company, James E. Baker, Clinton Beckwith, Charles Berrick, Adolphus Bonzano, William F. Botsford, George F. Ballon, Edward P. Beals, James M. Belden, James Bigler, Isaac G. Bronson, Nelson H. Burhans, Frank E. Bean, William Bennett, William Baynes, W.S. Bartlesmes, his Christian name being unknown to the plaintiff, Edwin A. Bradley and George C. Currier, composing the firm of Bradley & Currier, Charles F. Clark, Roswell P. Crafts, Jacob Chawgo, James M. Chapin, Patrick J. Carlin, David Chapman, Norman Cunyes, Thomas C. Clarke, Henry A. Crane, Shelly G. Crump, Bernard Calahan, Richard Collins, Caroline Cuyler, John D. Cook, James Carr, George W. Crouch, Charles T. Crouch, George W. Crouch, George W. Crouch, Junior, Frank P. Crouch and Charles H. Crouch, composing the firm of G.W. & C.T. Crouch & Sons, Elizabeth Doody, as administratrix &c., of Michael Doody, deceased, William A. Douglass, William Dickison, the Dickson Manufacturing Company, William C. Dorwin, Ellen Debus, as administratrix, &c., of Joseph Debus, deceased, Henry C. Dean, Alpheus D. Dubois, John H. Dubois, Charles A. Dingman, Peter Donnelly, Hudson Dubois, Julius C. Egert, Walter Embley, John Early, Elisha M. Fulton, William Fisher, George S. Field, Joseph Falker, James Ford, Thomas Ford and Kretser, composing the firm of Ford & Kretser, the Christian name of said Kretser being unknown to the plaintiff, E. & T. Fairbanks & Company, Henry C. Grieme, Eugene E. Graves, George W. Green, James Gordon, Hiram Garlock, Godfrey Gage, Jacob Genthner, James Gourley, Henry Gorsline, Frank H. Griffiths, William H. Holmes, John Hunter, Thomas Hamilton, Theodore D. Holmes, Andrew J. Holden, James P. Hall, Charles H. Howard, the Hilton Bridge Construction Company, John Hilenbrant, William Hayes, Hubbard C. Harris, Joseph Hargrave, Wesley D. Hale, Joseph A. Hanesell, Roeliff Hasbrouck, Samuel N. Haight, Orlando Hunt, Lorenzo Hunt, Alonzo Hunt, James Heffernan, William Hurlbut, Edmund Hayes, Nathaniel W. Howland, Charles W. Howland, William R. Haven and William Haven, composing the firm of W.R. & W. Haven, James Hallinan, Patrick Hallinan, composing the firm of Hallinan Brothers, Josiah W. Jenkins, Edward Joy, William D. Jones, Cornelius V.N. Kittredge, William H. Kent, Stephen N. Keener, George A. Kerr, James J. Logan, Joseph W. Leach, Thomas W. Lillie, William R. Lane, Chas. R. Lane, Hugh Lundy, Bernard Loughran, John Lee, Valentine L. Lary, Elwin D. Leonard, Benjamin Long, John Laycock, Oliver S. Laycock, composing the firm of J. Laycock & Son, John J. McLean, Lydia Mills, as executrix and Rufus Smedes, as executor of the last will and testament of Henry Mills, deceased, John Pierpont Morgan, Charles H. Mead, Robert H. Moore, John McEncroe, David H. Mann, George L. McAllister, Patrick McAuliffe, Charles H. Morse, Luther S. Merrick, John B. McDonald, Charles H. Merrick, James Mackin, Henry Mills, Elmer N. Mower, Herbert W. Mower, Cornwell D. Morgan, Robert C. McClure, John R. McKenzie, Archibald McMillan, Martha H.B. Millard, as executrix of the last will and testament of W. Millard, deceased, John Mitchell, John McCullough, John Muldoon, William B. Millard, individually, and as executor, &c., of W. Millard, deceased, John H. McDowell, William McCleary, Jeremiah McCarthy, Meredith Moore, James Carr, the Neuchatel Asphalt Company (Limited), the Newark Lime and Cement Manufacturing Company, New York, Lake Erie & Western Railroad Company, the North River Railroad Company, Henry B. Ogden, Ira L. Otis, Theodore B. Osborne, DeWitt C. Overbaugh, Sylvester P. Pierce, John Post, William K. Pierce, Horace Porter, jacob Person, James Powers, Orrin C. Parker, Adolphus Perine, Charles Peterson, Pascal P. Pratt, Atillio Pasquini, Archie Palen, Patrick J.O. Pray, Edwin Palmer, John V. Quackenbush, Sanford Quackenbush, Thomas B. Rutan, as assignee for the benefit of creditors of John Lee, Cornelius J. Ryan, Laban C. Rushmore, David Reeves, Levi Rightmyer, Charles I. Round, Darius Reeves, Dominick Rafferty, Charles B. Shaw, George W. Shaw, L. Eugene Stebbins, Elnathan Sweet, John Shields, Samuel Stone, Gustavus Sniper, Samuel H. Stone, Seaman G. Searing, William Sherlock, Charles A. Sweet, James D. Scott, William R. Stevenson, Stevenson, John Doe and Richard Roe, composing the firm of Stevenson Brothers, the Christian names of the members of said firm other than William R. Stevenson and the family names of the members of said firm other than William R. Stevenson and Stevenson, being unknown to the plaintiff, Shultis and Shultis, W.H. Osterhandt, John Doe and Richard Roe, composing the firm of Shultis & Company, their Christian names being unknown to the plaintiff, Charles F. Schuman, John Doe and Richard Roe, composing the firm of Charles F. Schuman & Company, their names other than Charles F. Schuman, being unknown to the plaintiff, Thomas Taft, Thomas Talbot, Jr., William H. Turner, William J. Turck, James G. Tubby, James P. Tuttle, Thomas P. Thorne, James R. Weismiller, Samuel B. Underhill, Philip Verplanck, Abram Van Alstine, Marshal Van Zile, Sylvester Van Antwerp, Richard A. Verrvallen, David B. Whitlock, Isaac S. Van Wagonen, William Van Etten, John H. Van Etten, Newton r. Valkenburgh, Wesley Van Buskirk, Peter G. Webster, Edward C. Walrath, Peter Ward, Charles Walsh, Jerome Walsh, the Wallis Iron Works of Jersey City, Walter W. Wilkinson, Edward F. Winslow, Edward H. Wooton, Willard W. Wheeler, James M. Wiltsie, Maria Williams, James H. Weeks, the West Shore and Ontario Terminal Company, James R. Young, Osear M. Young, William H. Young, and John Zimmerman, defendants.
In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Missouri, the United States of America, plaintiff, v. United Shoe Machinery Company and others, defendants brief for the United States.
In the District Court of the United States for the district of Wyoming (in equity no. 1431,) United States of America, plaintiff, vs. Mammoth Oil Company, a corporation of the state of Delaware, Sinclair Crude Oil Purchasing Company, a corporation of the state of Delaware, and Sinclair Pipe Line Company, a corporation of the state of Maine, defendants brief on behalf of defendant Mammoth Oil Company on the law.
Trial of Jacob Barker, Thomas Vermilya, and Matthew L. Davis, for alleged conspiracy
In the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, December term, 1911, United States v. Sidney W. Winslow, et al., no. 113, United States v. Sidney W. Winslow, et al., no. 114 brief of the United States on demurrers to indictments.
The Dublin suit Supreme Judicial Court, for the counties of Cheshire and Sullivan, in chancery the Attorney General, at the relation of Edward F. Abbott and another and Edward F. Abbott and another v. the town of Dublin, B.F. Bridge and another.
Ten thousand pounds damages, Summer Assizes, trial at Ennis, county of Clare, on 27th July, 1804, before the Hon. Baron Smith, and a special jury a report of the trial on an action for damages brought by the Reverend Charles Massy against the Most Noble the Marquis of Headfort, for criminal conversation with plaintiff's wife : damages laid at Đ. 40,000 /
Proceedings in the Senate on the investigation of the charges preferred against John H. McCunn, a justice of the Superior Court of the city of New York in pursuance of a message from His Excellency, the governor, transmitting the charges and recommending his removal.
Lucinda N. Cole, et al. vs. American Baptist Home Mission Society plaintiff's brief /
John A.C. Gray, appellant, against the Manhattan Railway Company and others, respondents appellant's brief.
Impeachment of John C. Watrous, United States district judge for the district of Texas
Minutes of a conspiracy against the liberties of America
Speech of Hon. John A. Logan, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868
No. 667, the Florida Central Railroad Company, appellant, vs. J. Fred. Schutte, et al., no. 668. the Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company, appellant, vs. J. Fred. Schutte, et al., no. 669. the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, appellant, vs. George F. Drew, governor &c., the Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company, et al. appeals from the Circuit Court of the United states for the Northern District of Florida.
Cour Permanente D'Arbitrage De La Haye Protocole D'Arbitrage Du 2 Fevrier 1917 Affaire Dreyfus Frères ET C (Participation Guano) Contre État Du Pérou consultation sur la question des gouvernements de fait et en particulier sur le gouvernement de pierola au péru /
Trufant, et al., libellants and appellants, v. Steamer "Johns Hopkins" brief for libellants and appellants.
The case of Meer Jafur Alee, Khan Bahadoor of Surat
David L. Yulee, vs. Francis Vose brief, motions for injunctions : before Hon. Samuel Blatchford, circuit judge.
Depositions taken on behalf of the defendants, in a suit in equity, between Oliver Earle and others, complainants, and William Wood and others, defendants in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts : before the Honorable Lemuel Shaw, the Honorable Samuel S. Wilde, the Honorable Charles Dewey, the Honorable Theron Metcalf, the Honorable Richard Fletcher.
In the Court of Appeals, Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief for respondent.
Cases of divorce for several causes viz I. Memoirs of the life of Robert Feilding, Esq., containing an account of his amours, with a true copy of his last will and testament, II. The case of Barbara a late Dutchess of Cleveland, with the whole proceedings between her grace and Major-General Feilding in Doctors-Commons, and Sir John Cooke's definitive sentence at large in this remarkable tryal, III. The case of Sir George Downing, bart., and Mrs. Mary Forester, IV. The case of John Dormer, Esq., V. The case of the Lord Roos, VI. The judgment of the most eminent Divines, & c. concerning the dissolution of marriage.
Byron C. Woodruff, respondent, against Abel Easton, (impleaded) appellant appeal book.
Edwin Adams, Julius C. Morse, George C. Fisk, James F. Ray and Mary M. Clark, complainants, against, William Rockefeller, Charles M. Pratt, Lewis Cass Ledyard, and J. Pierpont Morgan, Herbert L. Satterlee, William P. Hamilton and Lewis Cass Ledyard, as executors under the last will and testament of J. Pierpont Morgan, deceased, and Florence A.V. Twombly, as executrix under the last will and testament of Hamilton McK. Twombly, deceased, and New York, New Heaven & Hartford Railroad Company, defendants, in equity, no. 13-363 brief on behalf of the defendant, the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, in opposition to the application for the appointment of a Limited receiver.
Reports of two cases determined in the Prize Court for the New-York District
An apology for the conduct of the Gordens containing the whole of their correspondence, conversation, &c., with Mrs. Lee : to which is annexed, an accurate account of their examination at Bow Street, and their trial at Oxford /
A faithful narrative of Elizabeth Wilson, who was executed at Chester, January 3d, 1786, charged with the murder of her twin infants containing some account of her dying sayings with some serious reflections, drawn up at the request of a friend unconnected with the deceased.
Miss Sellon and the sisters of mercy, a contradiction of the alleged acts of cruelty exercised by Miss Sellon and a refutation of certain statements put forth in the tracts of the Rev. Mr. Spurrell, Miss Campbell, and others with an appendix containing an address from the sisters of mercy to the mother superior with her reply /
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, appeal of Elizabeth D. Gillespie and Albert D. Bache from the decree of the orphan's, Court of Philadelphia County, in the estate of Benjamin Franklin, deceased paper-book of the city of Philadelphia, trustee under the will of Benjamin franklin, deceased, appellee /
A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting, who was executed at Albany, in the state of New York for murder
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, no. 3978, James C. Davis, the agent under section 206, Transportation Act 1920, plaintiff in error, vs. Hettie McCree, defendant in error error to the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division : brief in behalf of defendant in error.
The whole proceedings on the King's Commission of Oyer and Terminer, and General Gaol-Delivery held for the county of Kent, at the Court-House at Maidstone, on Monday the 14th, Tuesday the 15th, Wednesday the 16th, Thursday the 17th, Friday the 18th and Saturday the 19th of March, 1774 : before the honourable Edward Willes, Esq., one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's-Bench : being the first assize in the sheriffalty of Willshire Emmett, Esq., high sheriff /
Mayo et al., and Fitch and Joy vs. Bark Chelmsford, D.C., U.S., in admiralty, no. I of 1885, McLaughlin vs. Bark Chelmsford, no. II of 1885 answers and depositions for respondent.
In the Supreme Court of Arkansas, Arkansas Cotton Growers Cooperative Association, appellant, v. R.E. Brown, appellee appeal from Pulaski Chancery Court : appellant's abstract.
Impeachment of Judge Charles Swayne evidence before the Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, from February 13, 1904, to November 29, 1904, on the resolution concerning Charles Swayne, judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida.
In the Privy Council, Jamaica, the case of William Ramsay, Esq., inspector-general of Police, a special justice over this colony and a local magistrate in the General Commission of the Peace, on charges preferred against him by the Hon. Thomas James Bernard, late the custos rotulorum of the Precinct of Saint Catherine for a supposed obstruction of the law in reference to an alleged riot at a public meeting held at Spanish Town on Saturday, 16 April 1836.
The Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad v. the Boston & Maine Railroad and the Boston & Lowell Railroad Corporation consolidated case /
The full proceedings of the general court martial, held at Cork barracks, (under the presidency of Sir John Buchan, and conduct of Mr. Judge-Advocate General Walker) on the 23rd day of December, 1833, and continued, by adjournments, to the 16th of January, 1834, when Captain Augustus Wathen, of the Fifteenth, or King's Hussars, was tried on six charges preferred against him by his commanding-officer, Lieut.-Colonel Lord Brudenell
Evidence before the grand jury in the case of A. Oakey Hall
In the Supreme Court of the United States, ex parte, Sir John Thompson, K.C.M.G., Her Britannic Majesty's Attorney-General of Canada, and Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British schooner W.P. Sayward, etc. brief in opposition to the application for leave to file a petition for a writ of prohibition.
[Claims of the Choctaw people against the United States] [arising from the sale of lands east of the Mississippi River, ceded by the Choctaw Nation to the United States]
Expert testimony in case of United States vs. Guiteau
Exhibits, accompanying the answer and plea of Samuel Chase, one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States
Extraordinary life and character of Mary Bateman the Yorkshire witch, traced from the earliest thefts of her infancy through a most awful course of crimes and murders : till her execution at the New Drop, near the Castle of York, on Monday the twentieth of March, 1809.
Ex parte Sir John Thompson, K.C.M.G., Her Britannic Majesty's Attorney General of Canada and ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of British schooner "W.P. Sayward" preliminary brief submitted with the petition and suggestion for writ of prohibition.
Extracts from the journal of United States Senate in all cases of impeachment presented by the House of Representatives 1798-1904.
Examination into the claim of Roy Rada Churn, to the privilege of an ambassador as Vakeel of Mubarick ul Dowla, nabob of Bengal
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British Schooner "W.P. Sayward," petitioner brief and argument for petitioner on return to rule to show cause why writ of prohibition should not issue to District Court of the United States for the district of Alaska.
Exceptions to the account stated, under the direction of the secretary of the Interior, exhibiting in detail all the moneys which from time to time had been placed in the treasury to the credit of the Chickasaw Nation, resulting from the treaties of 1832 and 1834, and all the disbursements made therefrom, 1869, filed by Holmes Colbert, Chickasaw commissioner
In the District Court of Harris County, Tex. F.P. Olcott, trustee and complainants, vs. International & Great Northern Railroad Company, Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, John L. Kane, R.B. Baer, Abe Bardash, T.J. Boyles, W.R. Johnson, Frank L. Lee, and D.W. Gaines in their own right and as directors of the Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, and Mercantile Trust Company, defendants : stockholders' bill.
The United States of America, in the Supreme Court, ex parte J.H.V. Cockcroft, in re Calvin Claflin and others vs. the South Carolina Railroad Co. and others
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British Schooner "W.P. Sayward" application for writ of prohibition to the United States District Court for the district of Alaska : transcript of proceedings in the District Court of Alaska in the case of United States vs. the Schooner "W.P. Sayward," no. 84 : with appendix.
Evidence taken at Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, in the case of Luisa Calderon, under a mandamus issued by the Court of King's Bench, and directed to the Lieutenant Governor, with a letter addressed to Sir Samuel Hood, K.B., late one of the commissioners for the government of that colony
Ex parte: in the matter of Franklin J. Sawyer, petitioner, and ex parte: in the matter of George N. Thornton, petitioner transcript of record from the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Northern District of Ohio, in the case of Continental Trust Company of the city of New York, et al. vs. the Toledo, St. Louis and Kansas City Railroad Company, et al.
Expenditures for additions, extensions and improvements of property (analysis of exhibit number 6, presented by Conference Committee of Managers of Western Territory) /
Old South Society
The opinion of the Hon. William Johnson delivered on the 7th August, 1823, in the case of the arrest of the British seaman under the 3d section of the state act, entitled, "An act for the better regulation of free Negroes and persons of colour, and for other purposes," passed in December last : ex parte Henry Elkison, a subject of His Britannic Majesty, vs. Francis G. Deliesseline, sheriff of Charleston District.
Exposition of the proceedings and judgments in the testamentary suits of Dew v. Clark and Clark, and Clark and Clark v. Dew in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, the late Appellate Court of Delegates, the High Court of Chancery, and by petitions to the Crown, for a Commission of review, exhibiting conflicting decisions in the same will, with comments by the author, a residuary legatee.
Fairburn's edition of the trial of Miss Tocker for a libel upon Richard Gurney, Esq. : including the animated defence of this heroine, which led to a verdict being recorded for the defendant, contrary to the opinion of the learned judge and counsel, both of whom declared it to be an atrocious libel.
Fairburn's second edition of the trial of John Holloway and Owen Haggerty for the wilful murder of Mr. Steele, on Hounslow Heath, November 6, 1802 : and of Elizabeth Godfrey for stabbing Rd. Prince in the eye, who were tried & found guilty before Mr. Justice Le Blanc at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, Feb. 20, 1807 : to which is added a circumstantial account of the dreadful accident which happened at the place of execution, with the names of the persons killed, &c.
Famous Judges and famous trials
Famous Canadian trials
Fairburn's third edition of the trial of John Holloway and Owen Haggerty for the wilful murder of Mr. Steele, on Hounslow Heath, November 6, 1802 : and of Elizabeth Godfrey for stabbing Rd. Prince in the eye, who were tried & found guilty before Mr. Justice Le Blanc at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, Feb. 20, 1807 : to which is added a circumstantial account of the dreadful accident which happened at the place of execution, with the investigation of the Coroner's inquest, and the names of the persons killed, &c.
Fairburn's edition of the extraordinary trial between Chas. L. Fitzgerald, Esq., plaintiff and Charles Kerr, Esq., defendant for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife, including Mr. Phillips's eloquent speech for the plaintiff at full length : and the evidence of the witnesses, tried before Mr. Justice Johnson and special jury, at Ballinrobe, in the county of Mayo, Ireland, March 22, 1819 /
Fairburn's edition of the trial of John Holloway, and Owen Haggerty for the wilful murder of Mr. Steele, on Hounslow Heath, November 6, 1802 : who were tried and found guilty before Mr. Justice Le Blanc, at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, February 20, 1807 /
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co., plaintiff v. Eastern Carolina Warehousing Corporation and Tobacco Growers Co-Operative Association, defendants brief of defendants, appellants.
Fairburn's edition of the whole proceedings on the trial of James Watson, Senior, for high treason including the evidence of all the witnesses : speeches of the Attorney-General, the Solicitor-General, Mr. Wetherell, and Mr. Serjeant Copley : with the charge to the jury at full length : to which is added the arraignment and discharge of Arthur Thistlewood, Thomas Preston, and John Hooper : tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before Lord Ellenborough, Mr. Justice Bayly, Mr. Justice Abbott, and Mr. Justice Holroyd, June 9, 1817, and following days.
The faithful narrative, or An impartial account of the tryal of Bartholomew Greenwood, rider to His Majesty's First Troop of Horse-Guards on a suspicion of robbing Roger Wheatly, Esq., of Camberwell, on the highway, before Mr. Baron Carter, at the Assizes at Kingston, on the second day of August 1740 : with the pleadings of the counsel at large and the justification of the characters of Mr. Wheatly and Mr. Greenwood, by persons of worth and distinction /
Famous legal arguments, showing the art, skill, tact, genius, and eloquence displayed by our greatest advocates in the more celebrated trials of modern times with several famous cases on circumstantial evidence
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Company v. Eastern Carolina Warehouse Corporation and Tobacco Growers Co-Operative Association, from Craven
Fairburn's edition of the trial between Sir Jacob Astley, bart., plaintiff, and Thomas Garth, defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife including the whole of the recriminatory evidence of Mrs. Richardson and her girls, &c., &c., the speeches of counsel, and the judge's charge to the jury at full length, tried before Lord Chief Justice Best, and a special jury, in the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, Feb., 19, 1827
Famous trials of history
Facts, or, A plain and explicit narrative of the case of Mrs. Rudd published from her own manuscript, and by her authority in which the particular transactions of Messrs. Perreaus : the public and private conversations and consultations of Mr. H ́ђؤD ́ђؤ the impartial view of the character of Colonel ́ђؤ the answer to Mr. Daniel Perreau's defence : and the circumstantial account of the proceedings from the time of commitment till this present hour will be faithfully related and the invidious and fillogistical arguments of a Hireling refuted.
Irish Gallantry! Fairburn's edition of the unprecedented trial between Mark Browne, Esq., plaintiff, and Martin Joseph Blake, Esq., defendant : for adultery : including Mr. Phillips's eloquent speech for the plaintiff at full length, with the whole of the curious evidence on both sides, of which the judge (Lord Norbury) suppressed the publication!!! : comprising such a body of piquante, unique, and extraordinary eveidence of Irish Gallantry, as was never before brought into a Court of Justice /
Famous trials re-told some society causes cľ̈bres /
Fallo arbitral del chief justice de los estados Unidos de America sobre las reclamaciones del from Royal Bank of Canada y de John M. Amory & Son.
Fairburn's edition of the trial between Captain Peter and John Hancock, wholesale grocer for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : including the curious and laughable love-letters : with the evidence and speeches of counsel at full length, before the Lord Chief-Justice Abbott, and a special jury in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, July 29, 1824 /
Fairburn's edition of the trial between James Sharpe (a labouring gardener) and the Rev. Thomas Vialls (a rich clergyman) including the brilliant and animated speech of Mr. Charles Phillips at full length with the evidence, and reply of the solicitor general, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster : before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, December 12, 1822.
The Farmers' Loan Trust Company and others v. Charles H. Carroll and others opinion.
Fairburn's edition of the trial of Miss Tocker for a libel upon Richard Gurney, Esq., vice-warden of the Stannary Court, Devon : including the animated defence of this heroine, which led to a verdict being recorded for the defendant, contrary to the opinion of the learned judge and counsel, both of whom declared it to be an atrocious libel : tried at the Bodmin Assizes, Cornwall, before Mr. Justice Burrough on Tuesday, August 4, 1818.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, F.W. Robinson, E.N. Robinson, L.L. Robinson, and S.F. Butterworth, plaintiffs in error, vs. the United States, no. 143 in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of California : brief for the United States.
Fairburn's edition of the trial of William Duncan for the wilful murder of William Chivers, Esq., at Battersea, January 24, 1807 : tried at Kingston Assizes, Surry, March 20, 1807, before Sir A. Macdonald, knt., Lord Chief Baron of His Msjesty's Court of Exchequer : including the evidence at full length /
Fairburn, (senior's) edition of the letter from Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, dated January 14, 1813 to which are added several interesting particulars concerning the same.
In the Court of Civil Appeals, First Supreme Judicial District at Galveston, F.P. Olcott, trustee, W.B. Munson, and M. Van Renssalaer, Jr., appellants, vs. International & Great Northern Railroad Company, Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, et al., appellees, Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, cross-complainant, appellant, vs. International & Great Northern Railroad Company, appellee
Referees' case Fall River Iron Works versus Mechanics Mills /
In the District Court of Harris County, Tex. F.P. Olcott, trustee and W.B. Munson, complainants, vs. International & Great Northern Railroad Company, Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, John L. Kane, R.B. Baer, Abe Bardash, T.J. Boyles, W.R. Johnson, Frank L. Lee, and D.W. Gaines in their own right and as directors of the Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad Company, and Mercantile Trust Company, defendants : first amended original answer of the defendant, International and Great Northern Railroad Company.
Fairburn (senior's) edition of the trial of James Leary for the wilful murder of Edward Clifford, in a field at the back of Sidmouth-Street, Gray's Inn Lane, on Sunday night, July 25, 1813 : including the whole of the evidence, speech of counsel, and the prisoner's defence : tried at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, on Friday, Sept. 17, 1813 : before Mr. Justice Heath, and found guilty /
Fairburn's edition of the trial of Richard Patch for the wilful murder of Mr. Isaac Blight, his benefactor and friend by shooting him with a pistol loaded with ball while sitting in his parlour September 23, 1805 : with the speeches of counsel, &c., which was tried on Saturday, April 5, 1806, before Sir Arch. Macdonald, Lord-Chief-baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at the Sessions-House, Horsemonger-Lane /
Fairburn's account of the dreadful murder of Mr. Marr and family at their house in Ratcliff-Highway, on Saturday night, December 7, 1811 : including the whole investigation before the Coronet's inquest, &c., &c.
Fabricated statement of the Observer newspaper on Sunday, 30th July, 1815
The Irish patriot!! Fairburn's edition of the whole proceedings on the trial of Roger O'Connor, Esq., the celebrated Irish patriot, friend, and sssociate [i.e. associate] of Sir Francis Burdett, bart., on a charge of robbing the Galway mail coach, in December, 1812, tried at the county of Meath Assizes, before Mr. Justice Daly, on Monday, August 4, 1817, and following day /
Fairburn's edition of the trial of John Hollowy, and Owen Haggerty for the wilful murder of Mr. Steele, on Hounslow Heath, November 6, 1802 : who were tried and found guilty before Mr. Justice Le Blanc, at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, February 20, 1807 /
Facts and documents respecting Capt. Joseph Loring, Jun. including the substance of the last trial, the proceedings of the legislature in his favour, and the governor's objections /
Famous trials the Tichborne claimant, Troppmann, Prince Pierre Bonaparte, Mrs. Wharton, the Meteor, Mrs. Fair /
Fairburn's edition of the trial between Doctor Smith and Mr. Wm. Wood for a malicious and scandalous libel against the said Doctor Smith, contained in a print, or picture, commonly called a caricature!! intitled, "The inside of a newly-reformed workhouse with all abuses removed" : in which caricature was depicted 4 sacks of parish malt and a figure with the body, feet, and tail of a rat, with the head and face of a man, (resembling the plaintiff), nibbling at them : also a figure of a women in breeches, pulling the rat by the tail intended to represent the plaintiff's wife : with the defendant charging the vestry-clerk with receiving £45 for bastardy of an adjoining parish who with Satan at his elbow, prompting him to tell a good fat lie, denies the charge, &c. : including the evidence at full length /
Fairburn's edition of the trial between Maria Foote, the celebrated actress, plaintiff, and Joseph Hayne, Esq., defendant for a breach of promise of marriage : including the evidence at full length, speeches of counsel, &c., and the whole of the love letters, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, before the Lord Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury, Dec., 21, 1824 /
Trial of Mulukchand Chaukidar
Fannie M. Moses, plaintiff and respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant case and exceptions.
Four bank cases as to stolen bonds
Five cases of recovery from the effects of arsenic with the methods so successfully employed for detecting the white metallic oxide, in which the very delicate and satisfactory tests peculiar to Mr. Hume were principally adopted, as well as some others of a more crude nature, formerly in use : to which are annexed many corroborating facts, never before published relative to the Guilt of Eliza Fenning /
Francis Vose vs. Greene C. Bronson, the La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad Company and others brief of complainant on appeal.
In the Common Pleas, Feise and another versus Parkinson, tried at Guildhall, London, before the Right Hon. Sir J. Mansfield, Knt., lord chief justice, and a special jury, sittings before Hilary term, 1812
Francis Vose vs. Greene C. Bronson, et al. additional brief for appellant.
Francis A. Lazenby, suing on behalf of himself etc., plaintiff-appellant-respondent, John B. Ramsey, et al., intervenors-appellants-respondents, against International Cotton Mills Corporation, et al., defendants-respondents-appellants case of appeal.
Financial management and history of Western Railroads (supplement)
Financial management and history of Western Railroads
Francis Vose, respondent, against the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, impleaded with Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others, appellant points for respondent on appeal from an order denying a motion to remove the action as to the appellant, to the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York.
Francis Vose, appellant, against Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, Almon R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, Simon B. Conover, trustees &c., the Trustees of the International Improvement Fund of Florida, Moses Taylor and the National City Bank, respondents points for appellant.
Fields S. Pendleton, libellant, appellee, petitioner, v. Central Railroad of New Jersey, claimant, appellant, respondent petition for writ of certiorari and brief in support thereof.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, appellant, vs. Gus G. Coulter, auditor, et al., appellees brief for appellant.
Edward Fox, adsm., Stephen S. Chatterton, notice of appeal
The First National Bank, of the city of Brooklyn, respondent, against William T. Wallis and George T. Smith, appellants and Herman Stuetzer and Michael Fleckenstein
Charges against William E. Baker, United States District Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives Sixty-eighth Congress second session pursuant to H. Res. 325 : January 21, 1925.
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, plaintiffs and appellants against James B. Turnley, impleaded with William F. Turnley, defendant and respondent respondent's points.
Celebrated trials and remarkable cases of criminal jurisprudence from the earliest records to the year 1825
Charge of Judge J. Pringle Jones to the grand inquest of Northampton County, at August term, 1849
Charges of Hon. Oscar E. Keller against the Attorney General of the United States hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives sixty-seventh Congress Third Sessions on H. Res. 425, September 16, 1922 and December 4, 1922.
Charges of Baron Smith, also addresses, presented to him and his answers together with a report of the two debates in the House of Commons : upon his case and an appendix.
Charges against William E. Baker, United States District Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives Sixty-eighth Congress first session pursuant to H. Res. 325 : November 25 and 26, 1924.
Celebrated trial of Rev. J.H. Fairchild, for the alleged seduction of Miss Rhoda Davidson, together with his own defence before the council
In the United States District Court, for the Eastern District of Texas, in equity no. 72, Central Union Trust Company of New York, as trustee, plaintiff, against the Denison, Bonham & New Orleans Railroad Company, defendant bill of complaint /
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, plaintiffs, against J.B. Turnley and W.F. Turnley, defendants summons.
Charles F. Berwind, et al., appellants, vs. Charles H.S. Schultz, et al., appellees apostles.
Charles C. Scalione, appellant vs. Carl Bosch and Heinrich Heimann appeal from the Commissioner of patents : interference no. 48044, filed April 23, 1925.
Charles A. Pettie, libellant-appellee, vs. the Boston Towboat Company, respondent-appellant brief on the part of libellant in opposition to motion for re-argument.
Charles Grismer, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
Stephen S. Chatterton, agst. Edward Fox opinion of referee.
Charles Dibbs, appellant vs. the Dry Doc, East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company, respondent respondent's points /
Charles W.H. Carter, plaintiff-appellant, against the Herbert Booth King & Brother Publishing Company, defendant-respondent respondent's points on appeal.
Charles W.H. Carter, appellant vs. the Herbert Booth King & Brother Publishing Company, respondent appellant's points.
Charles C. Overton, et al., plaintiffs and appellants, vs. Andrus B. Howe, defendants and respondents case on appeal /
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, appellants, against James B. Turnley, impleaded, respondent statement.
No. 513, the Admiral Schley, Consolidation Coal Company, libellant, appellant, v. American Mail Steamship Company, claimant, appellee, no. 514, the Charles F. Mayer, Consolidation Coal Company, claimant, appellant, v. American Mail Steamship Company, libellant, appellee appeals from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : before Colt, Putnam and Aldrich, JJ. : opinion of the court.
Charles W.H. Carter, appellant against the Herbert Booth King & Brother Publishing Company, respondent record on appeal from final and interlocutory judgments sustaining demurrer and dismissing complaint.
Charles S. Fairchild, John E. Parsons and John A. Bartow, as executors of the last will and testament of Mary A. Edson, deceased, plaintiffs, against Marmont B. Edson et al., defendants stenographer's transcript, February 11, 1892.
Income tax cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1894, Charles Pollock, appellant, vs. the Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., &c., no. 893, Lewis H. Hyde, appellant, vs. the Continental Trust Co., &c., no. 894 : closing argument by Mr. Choate, on behalf of complainants in support of the contention that the income tax law of 1894 is unconstitutional, Washington, D.C., March 12th and 13th, 1895.
Charles H. Ferry, complainant, vs. Latrobe Steel Company and Latrobe Steel and Coupler Company, respondents opinion of the court.
Charles Horneck, Esq., against Sarah Horneck, libel given in the 17th November, 1775
Chester B. Fulmer, plaintiff in error and defendant below, vs. the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, defendant in error and plaintiff below writ of error to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Monroe County : sur indictment for larceny : paper book of the plaintiff in error.
In the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, October term, 1921, no. 3724, Chester A. Porter, appellant, vs. Annie Gardner, appellee brief on behalf of respondent, George C. Aukam, judge of the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia, on application for writ of prohibition.
Contested election case, seventh district, Virginia, second session Forty-first Congress, Charles Whittlesey vs. Lewis McKenzie argument of contestant.
Charles M. Trufant et al., libellants and appellants, v. Steamer Johns Hopkins supplemental brief for claimants.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeal for the Seventh Circuit, Chicago Portrait Company, petitioner, v. Federal Trade Commission, respondent petition for rehearing.
Charles Cajetan Count Leslie and Anthony Leslie of Balquhain, appellants, Peter Grant and David Orme, writer in Edinburgh, his tutor and litem, respondents the appellants case, to be heard at the Bar of the House of Lords on Wednesday the 16th day of May 1759.
Relacion del modo con que ha procedido la corte de justicia, que se formo para juzgar los cargos que se hizieron al Rey de Inglaterra hasta la pronunciacion de la sentencia de muerte contra su Magestad de la gran Bretaña, y de la execucion della, que se hizo en 9. de Febrero de 1649, a las dos de la tarde, traducida de las relaciones que han salido en Ingles, &c.
Appendix. Le Procureur du Roi de la Ville.
In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. of Virginia vs. Commonwealth supplemental and reply brief on behalf of the Commonwealth.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commiffioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Manchester, Joseph Reynolds, master, Charles Campion Jones, commander of the private ship of war canoline, the captor, appellant, against George Irving, one of the parthers in the house of trade, acting under the firm of Messrs. Reid, Irving and Co. of London, merchants, the claimant of the cargo laden on board the said ship, on behalf of American citizen, respondent : the said George Irving, the claimant of the said ship, her tackle, apparel, and furniture, on behalf on an American citizen appellant, against the said Charles Campion Jones, the captor, respondent an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : case on behalf of the claimant.
Charles A. Pettie, libellant-appellee, against the Boston Towboat Company, respondent-appellant supplemental brief on behalf of libellant.
Louisville election cases, in the Court of Appeals of the State of Kentucky, April term, 1907, Charles L. Scholl, appellant, vs. Henry A. Bell, appellee, (argued orally April 16-20, 1907) Arthur Peter, appellant, vs. Charles A. Wilson, appellee brief for appellants.
Charles S. Fairchild, appellant, against Bainbridge Colby, as secretary of the United States and A. Michell Palmer, as attorney general of the United States brief for appellant /
Charles Z. Pond, as executor, &c., against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company et al. brief for certain property owners.
Charles M. Trufant et al., libellants, v. Steamer Johns Hopkins evidence.
Charles R. Heike and Ernest W. Gerbracht, plaintiffs-in-error (defendants below), vs. the United States, defendant-in-error (plaintiff below) transcript of record, error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Charles L. James et al., defendants, appellants, v. L.S. Brophy, libellant, appellee transcript of record.
Charles River Dam evidence and arguments before the Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners and report thereon.
Steamer Johns Hopkins, Charles M. Trufant et al., libelants, appellants, v. Merchants & Miners' Transportation Co., claimants, appellees transcript of record of District Court.
To the Circuit Court of Sangamon County, Azariah C. Flagg, David Hoadley and John Earl Williams, trustees under the second mortgage of the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis Railroad Company against the Chicago Alton and St. Louis Railroad Company, Hamilton Spencer, William Fullerton ... and George N. Titus as trustees under the third mortgage of the Chicago, Alton and St. Louis Railroad Company
Fraser C. Fuller, plff. and respdt., against Edward Kemp, Jr., deft. and applt. respondent's points.
Charters and acts of Rhode Island to be used in the case of Martin Luther vs. Luther M. Borden, et al.
Charles Keller, Cuno H. Rudolph, and James F. Oyster, constituting the Board of Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. Potomac Electric Power Company appeal from the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.
Frank Mohnhaupt, by guardian &c., plaintiff & respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant & appellant appelant's points.
Mr. George from the Committee on Privileges and Elections, submitted the following report, (relative to the contest of Dennis Chavez versus Bronson M. Cutting, for a seat in the United States Senate from the State of New Mexico)
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term 1870, Charles G. Scott vs. the United States appeal from the Court of Claims, brief for the United States.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Charles H. Ferry, complainant v. Latrobe Steel Company and Latrobe Steel and Coupler Company, respondents brief for complainant.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Charles Reiche and Henry Reiche, plaintiffs in error, vs. Henry A. Smythe, collector of New York, &c., no. 119 in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York : brief for the defendant in error.
Charles M. Trufant et al., libellants and appellants, v. Steamer Johns Hopkins brief for claimants.
The mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, ad'sm., James Bailey, Senior, John Bailey and Abraham Bailey case.
The Cincinnati Insurance Company, ads., Charles W. Gazzam, case reserved from Hamilton Supreme Court argument for a new trial.
Closing argument of Henry W. Muzzey, Esq., in defence of the slaughtering and packing establishment of Messrs. John P. Squire & Co. before the mayor and aldermen of Cambridge, sitting as a Board of Health, October 24, 1872.
Claims against Mexico a brief study of the international law applicable to claims of citizens of the United States and other countries for losses sustained in Mexico during the revolutions of the last decade /
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Claire Furnace Company, et al., complainants, vs. Federal Trade Commission, et al., defendants in equity no. 37,954.
The United States vs. Owen K. Paxton, conspiracy motion to quash the venire of grand jury, Jacksonville, Florida, 1889.
Circumstantial account of the life, piracies, trial, and execution of Captain John Kidd, who was hanged at Execution-Dock
The Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company, plaintiff in error, vs. Millard F. Brown on a certificate from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
City of Concord v. Concord Horse Railroad brief for defendants.
Permanent committee of creditors
Citations from the writings of jurists and economists illustrating and supporting certain propositions maintained in the argument of the United States upon the subject of property
Christopher R. Wolcott and John Wells, respondents, against Henry Warren, appellant case on appeal from the report of a referee.
Claims of American citizens against Venezuela
Circumstances of the death of Mr. Scawen, with genuine particulars relative to Miss Jenny Butterfield, now under confinement and charged with the murder of that gentleman including a relation of the origin of her family, the particulars of her seduction and connections, and the manner in which Mr. Scawen was really poisoned : with anecdotes of Mr. M----, the brewer, and Captain ----
Circumstantial account of Darby Mullins, who suffered death at Execution Dock with Captain Kidd
Circumstantial account of the life and execution of John Morgridge, who was hanged at Tyburn for the murder of Mr. William Cope
Clinton Wire Cloth Company, appellant, vs. the Hendrick Manufacturing Company, Limited, Eli E. Hendrick and Lewis A. Bassett, appellees petition for rehearing and memoranda thereon.
Classics of the bar stories of the world's great jury trials and a compilation of forensic masterpieces /
Coastwise Transportation Company, libellant, vs. Steamship Edda on taxation of costs on mandate : opinion.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1925, no. 151 city of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Fagan Bourland, as mayor of said city, M.J. Miller, et al., appellants, vs. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, appellee : brief and argument for appellee.
In the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, Western District, no. 120, April term, 1924 city of McKeesport vs. Pat H. Toohey, appellant : appeal from the judgment of the County Court of Allegheny County at no. 1126 of 1923 : no. 121 April term, 1924, city of McKeesport vs. Robert W. Dunn, appellant : appeal from the judgment of the County Court of Allegheny County at no. 1127 of 1923 : record.
Closing argument for the defence in the case of Commonwealth v. Buford delivered at Owenton, Ky. /
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the third year of the reign of King Charles the First, A.D. 1627, to the sixteenth year of the said reign, A.D. 1640.
Clark v. Clough & als., Clough & al., v. Fellows brief for Clough & al.
Celebrated trials
Franklin J. Parmenter, claimant, appellant, v. James Baker, libellant, appellee brief for James Baker, libellant, appellee, upon his motion to dismiss the above-named appeal with costs.
Francis Vose agst. Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others before Hon. J.S. Bosworth, referee.
Francis Vose, vs. Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, A.R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, S.B. Conover, trustees, &c., and the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida bill of complaint.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Oregon, October term, 1913, Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff and appellant, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bertha Moores, Amedee M. Smith, constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission of the state of Oregon, defendants and respondents appendix to the briefs filed on behalf of respondents /
Francis Vose, appellant, against Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others, respondents papers on appeal from order sustaining demurrer.
Francis Vose, plaintiff and appellant, against, Nathaniel Cowdrey and others, defendants and respondents points for respondents / F.N. Bangs.
Francis Vose vs. the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company and others points for defendants on demurrers.
In the Supreme Court of Georgia, Fall term, 1913, Leo M. Frank, plaintiff in error, vs. state of Georgia, defendant in error in error from Fulton Superior Court at the July term, 1913 : brief of the evidence.
Clark, adm'r of Fellows, v. Foster, et als. defendants' second brief.
Crim., con., Christopher Taaffe, Esq., against Lord Wm. Fitzgerald, before the Hon. Justice Mayne, and the following special jury Alderman John Cash, Nicholas Fleming, Isaac Stewart, Thomas Meade, Robert Law, Jun., Michael Farrell, George Drevar, Mark Byrne, John Pepper, Humphrey Minchin, Alderman Geo. Warner, and Robert Turbett, Esqrs. damages were laid at Đ20, 000.
The streamer "William Crane" brief for claimants.
Communism and Christianism analyzed and contrasted from the Marxian and Darwinian points of view /
Comments of the Charleston Mercury on the cases of Livingston, et al., vs. Woodworth, et al., and W.J. Bennett vs. J.W. Motte decided in the Supreme Court of the United States, at the present term, 1854.
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the thirteenth year of the reign of King Charles the Second, A.D. 1661, to the thirteenth year of the said reign, A.D. 1678.
Commonwealth vs. Hugh Corrigan, indictment for murder
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the first year of the reign of King James the First, A.D. 1603, to the third year of the said reign of King Charles the First, A.D. 1627.
Communist and anarchist deportation cases, hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, second session, April 21 to 24, 1920
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the thirty-second year of the reign of King Charles the Second, A.D. 1680, to the thirty-fourth year of the said reign, A.D. 1682.
An account of the arrest, trial, conviction, and confession of Jabez Boyd for the murder of Wesley Patton
An account of the trials of Richard Savage, James Gregory, and William Merchant, with some curious anecdotes of the life of Mr. Savage
An account of Thomas Collins, who was executed at Reading, for burglary, July 23d, 1796
An Account of Lewis Avershaw, who was hanged for murder
An account of the trial of Edward Smyth
An Account of the rise and progress of the dispute between the masters and journeymen printers, exemplified in the trial at large with remarks thereupon and the speeches of Messrs. Knapp, Raine, and Hovell, both on the trial and at the time of passing sentence together with those of the counsel for the prosecution : with notes and illustrations upon the whole.
An Account of the arraignments and tryals of Col. Richard Kirkby, Capt. John Constable, Capt. Cooper Wade, Capt. Samuel Vincent, and Capt. Christopher Fogg on a complaint exhibited by the judge-advocate on behalf of Her Majesty at a court-martial held on board the Ship Breda in Port-Royal Harbour in Jamaica, in America, the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th days of October 1702, for cowardice, neglect of duty, breach of orders, and other crimes, committed by them in a fight at sea, commenced the 19th of August, 1702, off of St. Martha in the latitude of ten degrees north, near the main-land of America, between the Honourable John Benbow Esq., and Admiral Du Casse with four French ships for war, for which Col. Kirkby and Capt. Wade were sentenc'd to be shot to death /
An Accurate and impartial narrative of the apprehension, trial & execution on the 5th of June, 1798, of Sir Edward William Crosbie, bart. including a copy of the minutes of the proceedings of the court-martial, which tried him : together with authentic documents relating to the whole of his conduct and the proceedings against him /
An account of the trial between George Earl of Essex, plaintiff and the Hon. & Rev. Wm. Capel, defendant, before the Right Honourable Lord Ellenborough, chief justice of the Court of King's Bench and a special jury at the Summer Assizes holden at Hertford, July 20th, 1809, for trespasses committed in hunting with the Berkeley Fox-Hounds
An account of the life and transactions of William Gadesby from the age of seventeen to twenty-eight, when he was brought to trial before the High Court of Justiciary, and received sentence of death, on Tuesday, the 21st of December, 1790 /
An account of the treatment of Mr. Fairchild by the deacons in South Boston and others
An account of the trial, on 14th June, 1703, before the Court of Queen's Bench, Dublin, of the Reverend Thomas Emlyn, for a publication against the doctrine of the trinity with a sketch of his associates, predecessors, and successors /
An Account of Robert Hallam who was hanged for murder
An account of the proceedings on a charge of high treason against John Martin, author of the following works : 1. An inquiry into the state of the legal and judicial polity of Scotland. 6s. Johnson. 2. A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale. 2s. 6d. Ridgway
An account of Thomas Colley, who was hanged for murder
An account of the trial of Edward Smyth, late curate of Ballyculter, in the diocese of Down
An Account of the late dreadful hurricane which did so much damage to our West India fleet, and was the cause of sixteen hundred unfortunate persons being drowned also, and account of the late alarming earthquake, which happened in various parts of the Kingdom.
An Account of the life and trial of William Codlin, ship destroyer
An Account of Robert Clarke, who was executed for uttering forged notes at Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, April 8th, 1807
An Account of Thomas Butler, Esq., who was executed for a robbery on the highway
An account of the trial between Jonathan Stancliffe, plaintiff and Thomas Chorley and George Bulmer, defendants for neglect and inattention as to the dislocation of an arm tried on Saturday, the 31st July, 1830, at York, before Sir N.C. Tindal, Knight and a special jury.
An account of the life and trial of Colonel Despard, traitor
An Account of the trial of Francis Delap, Esq., late provost marshal-general, upon an information for a misdemeanor at a Supreme Court of Judicature, held in the town of Kingston, in the island of Jamaica, on June 18, 1755.
An account of the trial of Thomas Fyshe Palmer, unitarian minister, Dundee, before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, at Perth, on the 12th and 13th days of September, 1793 for sedition
An Account of the sufferings of Col. John Gerard, and Mr. Peter Vowel, the first being beheaded on Tower Hill, July the 10th, 1654, the latter hang'd the same day at Charing Cross
An account of the tryal of Charles Bateman, Chirurgeon, for high treason in conspiring the death of the late King and the subversion of the government, &c., who was tryed and found guilty at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on the 9th. of December, 1685 the tryals of John Holland and William Davis, for conspiring against violently assaulting and without any warrantable cause, imprisoning William Chancey, citizen and mercer of London, to extort a sum of money from him, who were tryed and found guilty at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on the 10th. of December, 1685 : as also the tryals of John Holland, William Davis, and Agnes Wearing, for a notorious burglary and felony, committed in the house of Leonel Gatford, a minister in Lime-street, London, and stealing plate, money and rings, to the value of 300 l. who were tryed and found guilty, at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, on the 11th of December, 1685.
An Account of the late insurrection in Ireland in which is laid open, the secret correspondence between the United Irish and the French Government, through Lord E. Fitzgerald, Mr. A. O'Connor, J. Quigley, and others : together with a short history of the principal battles between the King's forces and the insurgents, with observations on the confessions of the chiefs, and on their connection with certain societies in Great Britain.
An Account of the case of George Caddell, who was executed at Stafford for the murder of Elizabeth Price
An Account of the proceedings against the rebels and other prisoners tried before the Lord Chief Justice Jefferies and other judges, in the west of England, in 1685, for taking arms under the Duke of Monmouth : with a compleat list of all the persons that suffered, the counties they suffer'd in, the crimes they were tryed for and the punishments inflicted on them : also an account of what was done against those in Scotland, who took arms there under the Earl of Argyle, &c., and against the Protestants in Ireland, by the late King James and His Deputy Tyrconnel /
An Account of the trial, confession & condemnation of six witches at Maidstone, in the county of Kent, at the assizes held there July 1652, before Sir Peter Warburton, one of the justices of the Common Pleas : to which is added the trial, examination and execution of three witches executed at Faversham, in the same county, September 1645.
An authentic life of John C. Colt, now imprisoned for killing Samuel Adams in New York, on the seventeenth of September, 1841
An Authentic account of the trial and execution of John Bellingham, for the assassination of the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval with a vindication of the character of Sir Francis Burdett from the aspersions of some of the London prints.
An accurate report of the argument on a motion of attachment against Baptis Irvine, editor of the Whig for a contempt against the Court of Oyer and Terminer for Baltimore County /
An astonishing affair! the Rev. Samuel Arnold cast and tried for his cruelty, though his cause was advocated in a masterly manner, by the Right Hon. Joseph Almon Clark Pray, the most able and accomplished attorney, who "was dead and is alive again, was lost and is found" /
An analytical statement of the case of Alexander, Earl of Stirling and Dovan, &c. &c. &c., containing an explanation of his official dignities and peculiar territorial rights and privileges in the British colonies of Nova Scotia and Canada, &c. &c., and also shewing the descent of the Stirling peerage honours, supported by legal evidence, and the law and usage of Scotland, appertaining thereto, with a variety of incidental notes and observations
An answer to the arguments in the Lord Bishop of Oxford's speech, on the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell in favour of resisting the supreme power /
An appeal to the public
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An argument for construing largely the right of an appellee of murder, to insist on trial by battle, and also for abolishing appeals
An argument before the Committee of the House of Representatives upon the petition of Benedict Fenwick and others, with a portion of the documentary testimony
An authentic and faithful history of the atrocious murder of Celia Holloway with an accurate account of all the mysterious and extraordinary circumstances which led to the discovery of her mangled body in the copse in the loverѫs walk at Preston near Brighton : including also the trial for the murder and the extraordinary confessions of John William Holloway, together with his life /
An appendix to Pratt's edition of the trial of James Evans, containing a refutation of the erroneous statements and reports in circulation before and subsequent to the trial, observations upon the evidence produced on behalf of the prosecution and facts and particulars relative to this mysterious case
An authentic account of the proceedings under a writ of enquiry of damages, in an action in the Court of King's Bench, in which the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin was plaintiff, and William Ferguson, Esq., defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife executed before the sheriff of Middlesex, and a special jury, on the 22d of December, 1807, verdict Đ.10,000.
An appeal to the British nation
An Act to provide for and encourage a liberal system of internal improvements in this state
An appeal to the people of New-Hampshire
An authentic account of the particulars which appeared on the trials of Robert and Dan. Perreau, on Thursday the 2d, and Friday the 3d instant, for a forgery on Robert and Henry Drummond, Esqrs., for the sum of seven thousand five hundred pounds
An address to the judges and jury in a case of alleged sedition, on 26th May, 1817, which was intended to be delivered before passing sentence
An argument of a learned judge in the Exchequer-Chamber upon a writ of error out of the King's-Bench in a cause, wherein Sir Samuel Barnadiston was plaintiff, against Sir William Soame, sheriff of the county of Suffolk, defendant, wherein the privilege of the House of Commons, in determining matters relating to the right of elections of their own members, is justified : necessary for all persons that have any thing to do with elections : from the original MS.
An address to the liverymen of the city of London, from Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Knt. late Lord-Mayor, relative to his conduct in the cases of Elizabeth Canning and Mary Squires
An authentic account of the life of Joseph Radley, an notorious highwayman, (not eighteen years of age), who was executed at Aylesbury, on Thursday the 5th day of August, 1784 give a most minute account of his life from his birth, to the present unhappy period, with the numerous robberies he committed in different places, also a particular description of the manner he effected his escape the first time he was apprehended, his behaviour when under condemnation, and at the place of execution, with his interment : likewise a short detail of the lives of Thomas Easden, and John Hawkes, who were executed at Aylesbury, the same day, for different robberies /
The Brighton murder an authentic & faithful history of the atrocious murder of Celia Holloway, with an accurate account of all the mysterious and extraordinary circumstances which led to discovery of her mangled body in the copse in the lover's walk at Preston near Brighton : including, also the trial for the murder and the extraordinary confessions of John William Holloway, together with his life and execution : also, the leading features of the trial of Ann Kennett, his paramour, embellished with six highly interesting engravings /
An Appeal to common sense and the Constitution, in behalf of the unlimited freedom of public discussion occasioned by the late trial of Rev. Abner Kneeland, for blasphemy.
An authentic history of the Cato-Street conspiracy with the trials at large of the conspirators, for high treason and murder, a description of their weapons and combustible machines and every particular connected with the rise, progress, discovery, and termination of the horrid plot : with portraits of all the conspirators, taken during their trials by permission and other engravings /
An accurate report of a trial for alleged seduction, wherein John Creighton, formerly of Princess street, in the city of Dublin, slate merchant, but now of Gratton place in said city a bankrupt was plaintiff, and Henry Dive Townshend, a lieutenant in His Majestyѫs 41st regiment of foot, now quartered in Dublin was defendant
An authentic account of the persecutions and trials of the Rev. John Whittlesey, of Salem, Connecticut, late ordained elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church holden at Salem, Conn., on the second and third days of May, 1845, and at Montville on the fifth day of the said month, before the quarterly conference : with apporriate remarks.
An authentic and verbatim report of the cause Rutter v. Chapman, tried at the South Lancashire Assizes, August, 1839 together with the whole of the argument on the bill of exceptions before the judges in the exchequer chamber.
An argument before Supreme Judicial Court of the state of New Hampshire
An address delivered to the members of the Bar of Suffolk, at their annual meeting, in September, 1819
In the Privy Council, no. 37 of 1895, from the Supreme Court of Canada between the Attorney-General for Ontario, appellant, and (1) the Attorney-General for the Dominion of Canada, and (2) the Distillers' and Brewers' Association of Ontario, respondents, in the matter of certain questions referred to the Supreme Court of Canada by His Excellency the Governor-General of Canada, subject: Provincial jurisdiction, Prohibitory Liquor Laws appellant's case.
An authentic history of the Cato-Street conspiracy with the trials at large of the conspirators, for high treason and murder, a description of their weapons and combustible machines and every particular connected with the rise, progress, discovery, and termination of the horrid plot : with portraits of the conspirators, taken during their trials by permission and other engravings /
An appeal to the public, in behalf of Elizabeth Canning in which the material facts in her story are fairly stated, and shewn to be true on the foundation of evidence /
An argument in a cause depending before the Supreme Court of Louisiana between the Bank of United States, the Bank of Louisiana, the Bank of Orleans, and others, creditors of Joseph Saul, appellants, and Thomas H. Saul and others, children of the same debtor, appellees, in which is discussed the question, whether, in the case of a marriage contracted in a State, governed by the common law of England, between parties there residing but who afterwards remove to Louisiana and there acquire property, such property will be held in community between such husband and wife?
An Appendix to the impartial statement of the controversy respecting the decision of the late Committee of Canvassers
An Authentic account of the trial, sentence, and execution of Robert Johnson, who was executed at Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 30th December, 1818, for assault and robbery
An authentic account of the life and memoirs of Mr. William Smith, an unfortunate convict, executed at Tyburn, on the 3d of October, 1750, for forgery in which are inserted some original letters, and an ode never yet published : also the speech of great prelate, to an eminent lady, on her presenting a petition in his behalf /
An Authentic account of forgeries and frauds of various kinds committed by that most consummate adept in deception, Charles Price, otherwise Patch, many years a lottery office keeper, in London and Westminster who, to avoid an ignominious death, destroyed himself in Tothill-Fields Bridewell, on the 24th of January, 1786.
An accurate statement of the trial of James Price and Thomas Brown, before the Hon. Francis Burton, Esq., at the Assizes holden for the county Palatine of Chester, the 6th day of April, 1796
Lidwell's trial an authentic report of the trial of Thomas Lidwell, Esq., on an indictment for a rape committed upon the body of Mrs. Sarah Sutton, wife of Jacob Sutton, Esq., of Portarlington, Queen's County, tried at Naas, Lent Assizes, 1800 before the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Carleton, Lord chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and a respectable jury of the county of Kildare in the Kingdom of Ireland by permission of the court.
An historical dissertation in the murder of Darnley, and upon the supposed participation of Mary Queen of Scots
Miss Sellon and the "Sisters of Mercy" an exposure of the constitution, rules, religious views, and practical working of their society, obtained through a "Sister," who has recently seceded /
An authentick account of the proceedings in law and equity between William Barnesley, Esq., plaintiff, and Mansell Powell, Esq., and others, defendants
An authentic report of the Clough case taken by two note takers at the hearing in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron, the Hon. Baron Sir W.C. Smith, bart., the Hon. Baron Foster on Thursday 21, Friday 22, Thursday 28, Friday 29 and Saturday 30, April, Easter term, 1836 the evidence carefully compared with the court copy of the depositions and the extracts from the Synod of Ulster records carefully examined with the original mss., the judgment of the court, etc., etc., given in full /
An Impartial statement of the controversy, respecting the decision of the late Committee of Canvassers containing the opinions of Edmund Randolph, Esq., attorney general of the United States, and several other eminent law characters.
Ribbonism in Ireland an authentic report of the trial of Richard Jones, convicted under 2ð & 3ð Victoria, chap. 74 and law argument in arrest of judgment at a Commission of Oyer and Terminer held at Green-street in the city of Dublin before the Rt. Hon. Baron Richards and the Rt. Hon. Judge Ball on the 27th June, 1840 and following days /
An Impartial report of the proceedings in the case of the King versus Henry Hunt, Joseph Johnson, John Knight, James Moorhouse, Joseph Healey, John Thacker Saxton, Robert Jones, Samuel Bamford, George Swift, and Robert Wilde, for a conspiracy, tried before Mr. Justice Bayley, and a special jury, at York Spring Assizes, on the 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th, 21st, 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th, and 27th of March, 1820
An Impartial account of what pass'd most remarkable in the last session of Parliament, relating to the case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell done on such another paper and letter, and may therefore be bound up with the tryal of the said doctor.
An autobiography of Gerald Toole, the state's prison convict, who murderered Daniel Webster, warden of the Conn. state prison, on the 27th of March, 1862
An authentic report of the trial of Doctor Peter Murray Mc. Douall at Liverpool, on Monday, August 28th, 1848
An Exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment (according to law) of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of His Late Sacred Majesty of most glorious memory, began at Hicks-Hall on Tuesday, the 9th of October 1660, and continued (at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bayley) untill Friday, the nineteenth of the same moneth together with a summary of the dark and horrid decrees of those caballists, preparatory to that hellish fact, exposed to view for the readerѫs satisfaction and information of posterity.
An Appendix to the exposition of the pretended claims of William Vans on the estate of John Codman containing the original documents, correspondence and other evidence.
An authentic report of the testimony in a cause at issue in the Court of Chancery of the state of New Jersey, between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant, and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants
An earnest address, on the establishment of the hierarchy
The Attorney-General versus Shore, an historical defence of the Trustees of Lady Hewley's Foundations, and of the claims upon them of the Presbyterian Ministry of England
An Exhibit of the losses sustained at the Office of Discount and Deposit, Baltimore, under the administration of James A. Buchanan, president and James W. M'Culloh, cashier
An Essay on the character of Sir W. Courtenay, knight of Malta, (supposed to be late a resident of Truro, in Cornwall,) and the causes of his influence over the public mind, with the recent trial of that remarkable individual at Maidstone, on Thursday, July 25th, 1833, before Mr. Justice James Parke
Hurst v. Wahley, an authorised report of the charge delivered by the Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Doherty, in the above case, on Tuesday, February 14, 1843
An Historical account of all the tryals and attainders of high-treason from the beginning of the reign of King Charles the First, chronologically digested with many material occurrences, for the better illustrating thereof : the acts of attainder at large : to which are added, the dying speeches or papers left by the suffering persons.
An authentic report of the trial of Michael Stocks, Esq., for wilful and corrupt perjury at the Yorkshire Lent Assizes, 1815, before the Honourable Sir Alexander Thompson, knt., chief baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer and a special jury
An examination of the "marriage contract" and the "dear wife letters" and other documents, connected with the Sharon-Hill case in California
An impartial examination of the case of Captain Isaac Phillips, late of the Navy, and commander of the United States Sloop of War Baltimore, in 1798
An illustrative crime of the American Federation of labour and notes on the interrelations of Anarchists and U.S. and A.F.L. officials
An authentic report of the trial of the Rev. Thomas Brady, Roman Catholic Priest of Kilmore, county of Cavan in an action brought by Mary Kenny alias Reilly (for the recovery of the sum 91. 4s. 7ưd. alleged to be owing by the defendant for the maintenance of two illegitimate children) at the Cavan Sessions, Monday, Jan. 15, 1828
Gen. Jackson's fine an examination into the question of martial law, with an explanation of the law of contempt of court, suggested by reflections on the injustice of the fine imposed on General Jackson by Judge Hall in 1815 /
An exposition of the practices of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (with a view to their reformation) as exemplified in the cause of Peddle v. Evans in a letter to Dr. Lushington, M.P., one of the advocates of this Court and junior advocate of the defendant, wherein his reported attack in Parliament upon the conduct and character of the writer and others connected with the presentation of Mr. Peddle's petition is refuted to which are prefixed the proceedings of the House on Mr. Peddle's petition.
An extraordinary case in Chancery, fairly related with a sketch of some uncommon transactions in the office of one of the masters, Sir William Wller Pepys, baronet, in a narative addressed to the British publick to which is prefixed a dedication to the present Chancellor, the Right Honourable Lord Erskine /
An Authentick narrative of that most horrid parracide committed on the body of Mr. Blandy of Henley upon Thames, by his own daughter wherein certain material circumstances preceding that inhuman affair, and Miss Blandyѫs unparallelѫd behaviour immediately after she poisonѫd her father to the time of her commitment to Oxford gaol, is amply set forth.
An examination of the controversy between the Greek deputies and two mercantile houses of New York, together with a review of the publications on the subject, by the arbitrators, Messrs. Emmet and Ogden, and Mr. William Bayard
An authentic trial of William Spiggot, otherwise Spickett, John Spiggot, otherwise Spickett, William Morris, William Thomas, otherwise Blink, David Morgan, otherwise Lacey, William Walter Evan, Charles David Morgan, William Charles and David Llewellin, who were tried on Wednesday, the 28th of March, 1770, at Hereford, before the Honourable Mr. Baron Perrott and Mr. Justice Yates, for the inhuman murder of William Powell, of Glanareth, in the county of Carmarthen, Gent.
An authentic report of the highly important motion in the Court of Exchequer, in the case of the venerable Edmond Dalrymple H. Knox, archdeacon of Killaloe versus John Gavan and others on the 29th and 30th January and 1st of February, 1836 with the judgements of the learned barons awarding attachments against Major Miller, inspector of police and Chief Constable Malone, for refusing to aid in arresting parties under a writ of commission of rebellion issued in a suit for recovery of tithes /
An important decision of the United States Supreme Court for the Territory of Utah, rendered October 2d, 1871, in the case of Jeter Clinton, et al., appellants, versus Paul Engelbrecht and Christian Rehmke, appellees opinion by C.M. Hawley, Justice.
An examination of the opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1832, delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall, in the case of Samuel A. Worcester, plaintiff in error, versus the state of Georgia
An impartial enquiry into the case of Miss Blandy with reflexions on her trial, defence, repentance, denial, and death.
An Authentick narrative of that most horrid parricide committed on the body of Mr. Blandy of Henley upon Thames by his own daughter wherein certain material circumstances preceding that inhuman affair, and Miss Blandyѫs unparallelѫd behaviour immediately after she poisonѫd her father to the time of her commitment to Oxford gaol, are amply set forth.
An authentic statement and report of the case of the Rev. Alfred Poole, M.A. before the Bishop of London, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, in 1858, 1859, 1860 and 1861.
An expose of the case of the Commonwealth, or, John W. Simes & Co., vs. McEwen & Shee
An Historical narrative of the tryals of Mr. George Kelly and of Dr. Francis Atterbury, (late) Lord Bishop of Rochester, &c. &c.
An impartial report of the trial of William Congreve Alcock, and Henry Derenzy, Esqrs., for the murder of John Colclough, Esq., at Wexford Assizes, 26th March, 1808, before the Honorable Baron Smith
An Authentick account of the life of Mr. Charles Drew, late of Long-Melford in the county of Suffolk, who was tried and convicted at Bury Assizes, for the murder of his father, Mr. Charles John Drew ... to which is added, a faithful account of the trial of the said Charles Drew ...
An examination of the trials for sedition which have hitherto occurred in Scotland
An Exact abridgment of all the tryals not omitting any material passage therein, relating to high treasons, piracies &c., in the reigns of the late King William the III., of glorious memory, and of our present Gracious Soveraign Queen Anne : together with their dying speeches, as also the dying speeches of several persons in the reigns of King Charles the IId., and King James the IId.
An historical review of the proceedings in the case of Bishop Doane
Analysis of trade and industry of the period 1909-1914 and outlook for the year 1915
The nation's bulwark, an oration on the freedom of the press, delivered at the Court House in Danbury, Con., Wednesday Dec. 5, 1832, on the liberation of P.T. Barnum Esq., editor of the Herald of freedom from imprisonment for an alleged libel to which is appended an account of the proceedings on that occasion : together with a letter addressed to him while in prison /
Anson B. Moran and others, appellants, against Herbert H. Vreeland and others, respondents case on appeal.
State of New York, in the Court of Appeals, Ann Parish and Martha Sherman, appellants, against Susan M. Parish, Joseph Delafield, Daniel Parish and James Parish, respondants statement and points for the respondents James Parish and Daniel Parish.
Annals of crime in the Midland Circuit or biographies of noted criminals in the counties of Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, and Lincoln
An investigation of the case of Abraham Thornton, who was tried at Warwick, August 8, 1817, for the willful murder, and afterwards arraigned for the rape, of Mary Ashford, (of which charges he was that day acquitted)
Answer of Adam H. Dickey, James A. Neal, Edward A. Merritt, William R. Rathvon, members of the Christian Science Board of Directors to complaint of John V. Dittemore filed in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, May 15, 1919.
Anna Maria Doyle against the Manhattan Railway Company, et al plaintiff's brief on the reargument.
Andrew Antoni vs. S.C. Greenhow brief of plaintiff in error.
Anna E. Bullock, appellant, vs. Thomas O. Bullock, et al., respondents on appeal from Chancery : case on appeal, November term, 1893 /
Between Anna E. Bullock, appellant, and Thomas O. Bullock and others, respondents on appeal, November term, 1893 /
Anna E. Bullock vs. Thomas O. Bullock on demurrer to declaration /
An interesting case, involving the principles of life insurance Court of Quarter Sessions, in and for the county of Bucks, state of Penna., Richard Watson, president judge : Commonwealth of Pennsylvania against Robert Holmes.
An inquiry, historical and critical into the evidence against Mary Queen of Scots and an examination of the histories of Dr. Robertson and Mr. Hume with respect to that evidence
In the Supreme Court (in equity) N.Y., Ann G. MacGregor and others against James MacGregor, Junior and others case, &c., on appeal ...
Annals of murder or daring outrages, trials, confessions, etc.
Ann S. Oakenfull plaintiff and respondent, against Bernard Reilly, impleaded with John Moffat, defendant and appellant case and exceptions and return to Common Pleas, on appeal from judgment of Marine Court ...
Ann S. Oakenfull againsi Bernard Reilly, impleaded with John Moffat
Answer of George W. English, district judge of the United States for the Eastern District of Illinois to the articles of impeachment exhibited against him
The genuine book an inquiry or delicate investigation into the conduct of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales : before Lords Erskine, Spencer, Grenville and Ellenborough, the four special commissioners of inquiry, appointed by His Majesty in the year 1806 /
Answer to charges preferred against John I. Davenport, as U.S. Commissioner and chief supervisor of elections by Oswald Ottendorfer, Amos F. Eno, George A. Heinriches, Andrew J. Haggerty, John B. Lewis, John Doran, and Patrick H. Maguire
Answer and protest of George W. Matsell, police commissioner and president of the Board of Police of the city of New York, to charges made against the Commissioners of Police by the Mayor of the city of New York, October 7, 1875
Andrew English v. Francis Porter, admr.
An inquiry of Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Knt., late lord mayor of the city of London, into the cases of Canning and Squires, with his motives, his whole conduct and its consequencs, together with the various incidents attending it begun in the February sessions of His Mayoralty and continued down to the time of Canningѫs Tryal and Conviction : in a letter from that Gentleman to the Liverymen of London : in which are occasionally interspersed copies of the original letters, certificates, informations, and such other evidence as led to the discovery of the innocence of Squires, and the Imposture of Canning.
Annie B. Davis (Theodore Davis Boal, executor), complainant-appellant, against Thomas L. Manson, as executor and others, respondents, equity no. 384 brief for the appellant.
Answer to Cursory strictures on a charge delivered to the grand jury, October 2, 1794
Anarchist case, advance sheets of the Illinois reports, comprising pages 1 to 267, inclusive, of volume 122
Anna Maria Doyle, plaintiff, respondent, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants, appellants brief for defendants, appellants.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, Anna Maria Doyle, plaintiff and respondent, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Trial for slander in the Superior Court of New-York, before Chief Justice Jones, January term, 1834, second Monday in term, Andrew Bowden vs. Andrew Gifford damages laid at
Anne Nichols, complainant, against Universal Pictures Corporation, Carl Laemmle and Harry Pollard, defendants complainant's trial brief on the law and facts.
In the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, Anna Maria Doyle, plaintiff, respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants brief for appellants.
An interesting trial of Edward Jordan and Margaret his wife, who were tried at Halifax, N.S. Nov. 15th, 1809, for the horrid crime of piracy and murder, committed on board the schooner Three Sisters, Captain John Stairs, on their passage from Perce to Halifax with a particular account of the execution of said Jordan.
Answer of John V. Dittemore to complaint of Herbert W. Eustace, David B. Ogden, and Lamont Rowlands filed in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, April 9, 1919.
Andrew T. Judson's remarks to the jury on the trial of the case, State v. P. Crandall Superior Court, Oct. term, 1833, Windham County, Ct.
Analysis of the testimony on the trial of Alvin Cornell for murder and of the subsequent proof which led to the commutation of his punishment
Ann S. Oakenfull vs. Bernard Reilly, impleaded, &c.
Analysis of the argument of Mr. John Duer
An official account of the trial and execution of Arbuthnot & Ambrister, as transmitted by the President of the U. States to Congress with closed doors containing the whole proceedings of the court martial, as ordered by Major-General Jackson, with every paper relating to it : together with some remarks on the conduct of the two chiefs, Francis and Bull Head, who likewise expiated their crimes on the gallows, these subjects which have excited so much disputation in the public prints are now in these sheets detailed in a fair, correct, and impartial manner.
Analysis of the report of the case of Rowe v. Young (decided in the House of Lords, July, 1820) with remarks thereon and upon the statute 1 & 2 geo. 4. chap. 78, intituled "An act to regulate acceptances of bills of exchange." (passed July 2, 1821) : and a summary of the several points of law, and pleading, discussed and ruled in the case /
Annals of fashionable gallantry, a collection of remarkable trials for crim. con., divorce, adultery, seduction, cruelty, &c. the whole forming a complete history of the private life and amours of many characters in the most elevated sphere, interspersed with many curious anecdotes of supreme bon ton.
Anecdotes and other curious informations concerning William Brodie & George Smith also of James Falconer and Peter Bruce, for breaking into and robbing the Dundee Banking Companyѫs Office, in Dundee ; with other occurrences, since they received their sentence till their execution.
Anna Maria Doyle against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company supplementary brief.
Answer to the articles of impeachment Senate of the state of North Carolina, sitting as a Court of Impeachment for the trial of William W. Holden, governor of the state of North Carolina : the answer of the said William W. Holden, Governor of the state of North Carolina, to the articles of impeachment exhibited against him by the House of Representatives of the state of North Carolina.
In the matter of Lambkin P. Milligan, William A. Bowles, Stephen Horsey, under sentence by Military Commission argument of David Dudley Field, Esq., for the petitioners, March 12 and 13, 1866 /
In the District Court of the United States, for the District of Delaware, in the matter of Standard Gas and Electric Company, debtor, before the Honorable John J. Nields, in proceedings for the reorganization of a corporation brief of securities and exchange commission relating to allowances claimed by banks and trust companies.
In the Supreme Court, state of California, in the matter of the application of Abraham Ruef for a writ of Habeas Corpus, criminal no. 1400 memorandum supporting proposition that section 1129 of the penal code denying bail in bailable cases during trial is violative of section 6 of article 1 of the constitution, providing that "All persons shall be bailable by sufficient sureties, unless for capital offenses", etc.
In the matter of the actions brought in the New York Supreme Court by Alexander Dennistoun, John Dennistoun, Alexander Dennistoun, Jr., Robert Dennistoun, James Campbell, David P. Sellar, and John Walter Cross, against Simeon Draper rule for defendant to show cause why certiorari should not be held inoperative, &c. : brief for defendant /
In the matter of the application for probate of the alleged nuncupative will of Job Male, deceased
Courts-martial, amendments to articles of war hearing before a special subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, second session, May 4, 1920.
Report of the Secretary of War, communicating the proceedings of the court-martial in the case of David Butler, late military storekeeper and the correspondence in relative thereto
In the Privy Council, no. 37 of 1904, on appeal from the Supreme Court of the state of Queensland, between Frederick Crawford Cox, (plaintiff) appellant, and the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, Limited, (defendants) respondents record of proceedings.
N.A. Cowdrey, et al., appellants, vs. the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railroad Company, et al. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Texas.
Crim. con., biography, or, Celebrated trials in the ecclesiastical and civil courts for adultery and other crimes connected with incontinency from the period of Henry the Eighth to the present time /
Court of Appeals of the state of New York, in the matter of proving the last will and testament of Henry Parish, deceased Joseph Delafield, appellant, vs. Daniel Parish, James Parish, Ann Parish and Martha Sherman, respondents : Susan M. Parish, appellant, vs. the same, respondents : Ann Parish and Martha Parish, appellants, vs. Susan M. Parish, Joseph Delafield, Daniel Parish and James Parish, respondents : statement of facts on the part of Susan M. Parish and Joseph Delafield, appellants in the two first entitled appeals, and respondents in the third appeal.
Crawford v. Crawford (the Queen's proctor intervening) evidence taken on the hearing with notes.
In the matter of Sanford Robinson, an attorney opinion of Hamilton Odell, Esq., referee.
In the matter of Royal Baking Powder Company, docket no. 540 brief by attorney for the commission.
In the Court of Common Pleas for the city and county of New York, Gibbons L. Kelty and others, plaintiffs & respondents, against Lesser Steinhardt, defendant and appellant case on appeal.
Appendix to the third class
Costa Rica-Great Britain arbitration counter-case of Costa Rica, in the matter of claims presented by His Britannic Majesty's Government against the Republic of Costa Rica : before the Chief Justice of the United States of America, arbitrator : under convention between the republic of Costa Rica and His Britannic Majesty, dated January 12, 1922, as ratified March 7, 1923.
Court of Inquiry in the case of Brig. Gen. O.O. Howard review of the judge-advocate-general and order of the secretary of war announcing the proceedings, report of facts, opinion of the court, and the action of the president in the case.
History Gillette murder trial and Grace Brown's love letters
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1924, Grace Edna Layne, petitioner, v. the United States, Mary Ella Birney and Charles W. Layne brief for the United States in opposition to the petition for leave to appeal in forma pauperis.
Gilford Hosiery Co., vs. Pitman Manufacturing Co.
Before the Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, in the matter of the application of the Homer Electric Light and Power Company, for a certificate of convenience and necessity, no. 10680 pleadings and orders.
In the matter of the application of the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title for the improvement of the land and water front adjacent to Riverside Park brief on behalf of Miss Clementina Furniss.
In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Henry Parish, deceased Surrogate's decision.
In the matter of Hersch Skuratowski, on habeas corpus and certiorari before Hon. Learned Hand, U.S. district judge brief for petitioner.
Newton and wife, appellants, vs. Poole, appellee
George W. Glover v. Henry M. Baker, executor, et al. plaintiff's brief in support of motion for re-hearing, (filed June 15, 1912)
Gould vs. Raymond plaintiff's brief on motion for re-hearing.
George W. Glover against Henry M. Baker, executor of the will of Mary Baker Glover Eddy and Josiah E. Fernald, Archibald McLellan, Adam H. Dickey, Stephen A. Chase, Allison V. Stewart and John V. Dittemore, the last five being the Board of Directors of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts plaintiff's brief (filed December 23, 1911)
Massachuset[t]s Bay, Gillam Philips, Esq., brother and heir at law of Henry Philips deceased, appellant, Hannah Philips, widow, Habijah Savage, and Hannah his wife, Arthur Savage, and Faith his wife, and the representatives of Mary Butler, the said Hannah Philips being the mother, and the said Hannah Savage, Faith Savage, and Mary Butler, the sisters of the said Henry Philips deceased, respondents the appellant's case.
[Guiteau case - correspondence with Mr. Pearl]
Goldstein, et al., defendant-appellant, v. United States, respondent brief for appellant.
Government prosecutions under the Espionage Act letter from the attorney general transmitting in response to Senate resolution of January 25, 1922, additional information regarding persons prosecuted by the government under the Espionage Act or, for conspiracy to violate war-time laws.
Gould's stenographic reporter published monthly in the city of Washington : and devoted to the recording of important trials, for treason, murder, highway robbery, mail robbery, conspiracy, riot, arson, burglary, seduction, etc. : also miscellaneous speeches of American statesmen, in Congress and State Legislatures : lawyers and judges in the Supreme Court of the United States and individual states : political addresses, orations, lectures upon arts, sciences, literature, and morals.
Guiteau's case charge of Judge Cox of the District of Columbia, delivered on the twenty-fifth day of January, 1882, in the celebrated case of Charles J. Guiteau, for the assassination of James A. Garfield, late president of the United States, on the second day of July, 1881 : plea of insanity : verdict, guilty.
Gerrald a fragment containing some account of the life of this devoted citizen, who was sent as a delegate to the British Convention, at Edinburgh, by the London Corresponding Society, for acting in which capacity he is now transported to Botany Bay for fourteen years!!!
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, L'Anna Maria, Georgius Bassett, master, Georgius Basset, the master and claimant of said ship and her cargo, appellant, Patrick Lawson, Esquire, commander of the duly commissioned East India Merchant Ship the Locko, the captor, respondent on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England.
George Wildes and al., versus Theodore D. Parker and al. closing argument for defendants on plea to the jurisdiction.
George W. Glover v. Henry M. Baker, executor, et al. amendment of the plaintiff's bill (by leave of the court, filed March 25, 1911)
Packers' consent decree hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Sixty-seventh Congress, fourth session, pursuant to Senate Resolution 211 : to investigate matters concerning the consent decree entered in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia : in the case of the United States of America, plaintiff, v. Swift & Co., et al., defendants : March 1, 1923.
Harlan Cross v. James H. Grant defendant's brief.
[Hayes will case : correspondence]
Edgar S. Appleby, et al., individually and as executors, etc., plaintiffs, against the city of New York, impleaded et al., defendants brief of defendant the city of New York.
Arbitration between the Western Railroads and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved July 15, 1913 : regarding wages and working conditions of Locomotive Engineers, Firemen and Hostlers : brief and argument on behalf of the engineers, firemen and hostlers.
Argument and judgment in the Court of Exchequer, on the the [sic] 29th and 30th of June, 1813, in the cause of Davison v. the Attorney-general, on the important question, "whether exceptions may be taken to the answer of the attorney-general"
Appendix. Log of the U.S.S. New York for May 18, 1898, and translation of log of Spanish Ship Cristobal Colon from April 8 to July 3, 1898.
Argument delivered before the judges of the Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, in the case of Carter's executorsاappellants against Cutting and othersاappellees
Application for Mandamus and proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, H. Clarke, Esq., versus the Mayor and Town Clerk of the Borough of Boston, relative to the tolls, &c.
In the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Wednesday, July 27th, 1910, before Mr. Justice Phillimore and a special jury in the matter of the petition of Right of Martin Archer-Shee : Archer-Shee v. the King /
Arbitration of outstanding pecuniary claims between Great Britain and the United States of America memorial of His Britannic Majesty's Government in support of the claim for Yukon Lumber : statement of the claim.
In the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Friday, July 29th, 1910, before Mr. Justice Phillimore and a special jury in the matter of the petition of Right of Martin Archer-Shee : Archer-Shee v. the King /
Argument of Henry L. Clinton, Esq., on the part of the contestants, in the Rollwagen will case before the Surrogate of the county of New York, delivered March 31st and April 1st, 1874
Argument of Hon. Emory Washburn, before an ecclesiastical council convened in Hollis street meeting house, July, 1841 : with the charges preferred by the proprietors of said meeting house against the Rev. John Pierpont and the result of said council.
Argument of Hon. Halbert E. Paine in behalf of Messrs. Sanders and Power
Criminal chronology or, The new Newgate calendar, being interesting memoirs of notorious characters : who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England : during the seventeenth century and brought down to the present time chronologically arranged : comprising traitors, murderers, incendiaries, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, coiners, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, extortioners, sharpers, forgerers, pickpockets, fraudulent bankrupts, money-droppers, imposters, and theives of every description : and containing a number of interesting cases never before published : with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations on particular cases : explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added, a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world /
In the matter of the contest before the Senate between Francis W. Sykes and George E. Spencer
In the matter of the appraisal under the Inheritance or Transfer Tax Act of the estate of Jay Gould, deceased brief for the executors on hearing before Hon. David McClure, appraiser.
In the matter of the estate of Jay Gould, decreased, inheritance and succession tax brief for the State of New York, upon appraisemenet before Hon. David McClure, appraiser.
In the matter of the claim of John D. McPherson, executor of John T. Cochrane, under the Cochrane contract statement of the services rendered by Jno. H.B. Latrobe in connection with the Choctaw claim for what is known as the "Net proceeds."
Charges against William E. Baker, United States district judge for the Northern District of West Virginia hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, second session pursuant to H. Res. 325 : January 21, 1925.
Harry F. Sinclair and Albert B. Fall, appellants, v. United States appeal from the Supreme Court of the district of Columbia.
The United States on behalf of Lehigh Valley Railroad and Black Tom underwriters and agency of Canadian Car & Foundry Company, Ltd., and Kingsland underwriters against Germany docket nos. 8103, 8117, et al., and 8117, et al. : supplemental petition for rehearing.
No. 1077, Steamtug Teaser and Barge Harrisburg, Harry W. Law, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees, no. 1078, George Fredericksen, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees brief for John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees.
In the matter of the proving of the last will and testament of Louis C. Hamersley, deceased before Hon. Daniel G. Rollins, surrogate.
Harriet Haddock, plaintiff, against John W. Haddock, defendant, before John H. Rogan, Esq., referee
Senator from Iowa. hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Privileges and Elections United States, Senate, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session pursuant to S. Res. 21 : authorizing the investigation of alleged unlawful practices in the election of a Senator from Iowa : January 26, 27, and 28, 1926.
In Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1879, Hallett Kilbourn, plaintiff in error, vs. John G. Thompson et al., defendants in error, no. 144 in error to the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
Harrison, et al., vs., the rector, church-wardens and vestry of St. Mark's Church complainants' affidavits.
The Queen-empress on the prosecution of H. Compton versus W.H. Ballard specially reported
Conduct of George W. English, United States district judge, Eastern District of Illinois. hearing before the Special Committee of the House of Representatives pursuant to House Joint Resolution 347 : July 9 and 10, 1925.
In the Surrogate's Court for the city and county of New York, in the matter of the estate of Jesse Hoyt, deceased, in re, the claim of Aaron Kahn, Esqr., for compensation as proctor and attorney for Mary Irene Hoyt argument of Robert Sewell, on summing up, in behalf of the claiment, before the Hon. Ashbel Green, referee, on the 29th April, 1886.
Before the Board of Visitor of Andover Theological Seminary, in the matter of the charges against Professors Egbert C. Smyth, William J. Tucker, J.W. Churchill, George Harris, and Edward Y. Hincks argument for Professor Egbert C. Smyth, respondent /
In the matter of the petition of Edward Middleton to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for a divorce from his wife
In the matter of the investigation of the administration and conduct of the various departments of the government of the city of New York, etc., under the joint resolution adopted by the Senate and the Assembly of the state of New York, on March 23, 1931, in re: William F. Doyle, appellant prevailing, concurring and dissenting opinions.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1889, Thomas Cunningham, sheriff of the county of San Joaquin, California, appellant, vs. David Neagle, no. 1472 brief for appellant.
In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, at Richmond, Reeves Warehouse Corporation, plaintiff in error, v. the Commonwealth, defendant in error
In the Superior Court of the city of New-York, Samuel F.B. Morse and Alfred Vail, vs. Francis O.J. Smith city and county of New-York.
Hannah Corcoran, the missing girl of Charlestown the mysterious disappearance unraveled : the convent and the confessor attempt at abduction foiled! : a full and complete report of the riot in Charlestown.
Argument of counsel before the Hon. James Dunlop, chief judge of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, in the matter of the appeal of Albertus Larrowe from the decision of Hon. William D. Bishop, commissioner of patents rejecting his application for a patent for an improvement in self-acting carriage brakes : hearing, February 6, 1860 : counsel for Albertus Larrowe, Thos. H. 'Dodge, Washington, D.C.
Argument of Asa Bird Gardner, counsel for government, after conclusion of the evidence in the case of Fitz-John Porter, before the Board of Army officers at West Point, January, 1879
Argument of Alexander W. Bradford, in the case of the people, ex. rel., the Bank of the Commonwealth vs. the Commissioners of Taxes and Assessments of the city and county of New-York
Argument of F.J. Fithian, Esq., in the Court of Appeals of N.Y., September 28, 1866, on the constitutionality of the "License" law of 1866
Argument of Henry L. Clinton, Esq., on behalf of the contestants, in the Nancy Smith, will case, before the Surrogate of the county of Suffolk, state of New York
Argument of Hon. WM. H. Arnoux in defense of Capt. De Long and the other officers of the Jeannette exploring expedition and of the Court of Inquiry for the House Naval Committee
Argument of Hon. Lyman Trumbull in the Supreme Court of the United States, March 4, 1868, in the matter of ex parte William H. McCardle, appellant
Argument of Attorney General Akerman on the constitutionality of the Legal Tender Act of Congress of 1862, before the Supreme Court of the United States, April 18, 1871.
Argument for the plaintiffs in the case of the golden rocket, before the Supreme Court of Maine taking by rebels on the high seas is piracy, not capture, seizure or detention by the law of insurance.
Argument of Ed. Graham Haywood, special judge advocate, in reply to the arguments of the several counsel for William J. Tolar, David Watkins and Thomas Powers, charged with the murder of Archibald Beebee, at Fayetteville, North Carolina, February 11th 1867 delivered Septemper 13th and 14th, 1867, before the Military Commission, Raleigh, N.C.
Argument of Hugh M. Dorsey, solicitor-general, Atlanda Judicial Circuit at the trial of Leo M. Frank, charged with the murder of Mary Phagan
Argument for the state in the mandamus cases of Robert Leachman vs. Henry Musgrove, auditor and Henry Musgrove, auditor, vs. Robert Leachman, in the Supreme Court of the State of Mississippi on writ of error and cross writ of error to the Circuit Court of the First District of Hinds County
Argument of Charles Sumner, Esq., before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. the city of Boston, December 4, 1849
Argument of Hiran P. Hastings in the case of Oakley vs. Aspinwall, in the Superior Court, upon the effect of the reversal of the judgement by the Court of Appeals
Argument of Hon. G.A. Jenks on behalf of Messrs. Clark and Maginnis
The Sovereignty of the states over their navigable waters argument of Daniel D. Barnard, in the Albany Bridge case, submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the term held in the city of Washington, in February, 1860.
Argument of Horatio N. Ogden in contested election case, McMillan vs. Pinchback, delivered before the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections, December 12, 1873
Argument of Mr. C.H. Hill, assistant attorney general, in the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Farrington vs. Saunders, February 7, 1871
The president, managers and company of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co., vs. the Pennsylvania Coal Company arguments of counsel for the defendants.
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, docket no. 5416, Curry & Whyte Company, a corporation, et al., complainants, vs. the Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company, et al., defendants, docket no. 5416, sub. 1, C.A. Wahlstein, C.E. Wahlstein, and P.T. Wahlstein, co-partners doing business under the firm name and style of Wahlstein & Sons, complainants, vs. the Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company, et al., defendants appendix to complainants' abstract of evidence (containing exhibits)
In the matter of the probate of papers propounded as the last will and testament of James Stokes, deceased proponents' brief on the law.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in General term, no. 11,262, equity, Henry E. McKee vs. Ellen Cochrane, et al argument of S.S. Henkle for Mrs. Cochrane.
Henry Tregear, (plaintiff) appellant, vs. the Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company, (defendant) respondent points for respondent.
Hearings in the case of Upton, Shaw, & Co. upon the introduction of inodorous rendering and superphosphate apparatus, December, 1871
In the Surrogate's Court, of the city and county of New York before the Hon. Edward C. West, surrogate, in the matter of proving the last will and testament of Elizabeth Cleu, deceased, depositions, &c.
In the Supreme Court of North Carolina, Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association v. Maynard Mangum supplemental brief of plaintiff, appellee.
Argument of John K. Porter, of counsel for the managers on behalf of the Assembly, on the trial of John C. Mather, one of the Canal Commissioners of the state of New York in the Court of Impeachments, September 8, 1853
Dewitt C. Graham and James S. Carpentier, executors, &c., of David Graham, deceased, respondents, against Peter Chrystal, appellant, statement and points for respondents
David Wallace, plaintiff in equity, vs. James M. Beebe, et als., bill, answer, orders, reports and evidence
Dewitt C. Graham and James S. Carpentier, executors of the will of David Graham, deceased, respondents, against Peter Chrystal, appellant
No. 54, United States Steel Corporation hearings before the Committee on Investigation of United States Steel Corporation : House of Representatives : Monday, March 11, 1912.
Henry L. Bischoffsheim vs. Brown and Seligman, trustees, impleaded with others brief for defendants Brown and Seligman, trustees.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in General term, Henry E. McKee vs. Ellen Cochrane et als., equity, no. 11,262, doc. 28 brief of complainant on the appeal of Rollings & Gilfillan, from the decree of the Special term of the Equity Court, sustaining the complainant's demurrer and dismissing the cross-bill of said defendants Rollings and Gilfillan.
No. 1, United States Steel Corporation hearings before the Committee on Investigation of United States Steel Corporation : House of Representatives.
Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-fourth Congress, first session and a special subcommittee thereof, designated to investigate charges against H. Snowden Marshall, United States district attorney for the Southern District of New York, under authority of H. Res. 90
Henry E. McKee, complainant, vs. Ellen Cochrane and others brief on behalf of defendant, William D. Jacoway.
Argument of James T. Austin, attorney general of the Commonwealth, before the Supreme Judicial Court in Middlesex, on the case of John R. Buzzell, one of the twelve individuals charged with being concerned in destroying the Ursuline Convent at Charlestown
Argument of P.T. Scruggs, before the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Brownsvile, April term, 1868, in the case of Norton, plaintiff in error, vs. Hayden, defendant in error
Argument of Joseph L. Jernegan, before the Supreme Court of New York, January 1858, in the case of Mussina against Stillman and others
Argument of James L. Petigru, Esq. delivered before the Court of Appeals, at Charleston, on the constitutionality of an act of the Legislattre [i.e., Legislature], passed 19th December, 1833, entitled, Act to provide for the military organization of this state.
Argument of James H. Olmstead, Esq.
Argument of Randell Hunt, Esq., in the Batture case
De "Costa Rica Packet" - Arbitrage proefschrift ter verkrijging van den graad van doctor in de staatswetenschap aan de rijks-universiteit te utrecht na machtiging van den rector-magnificus Dr. H. Wefers Bettink, hoogleeraar in de faculteit der wis- en natuurkunde, volgens besult van den senaat der universiteit tegen de bedenkingen van de faculteit der rechtsgeleerdheid te verdedigen op vrijdag 6 April 1900, des namiddags ten 4 ure door /
Information for His Majesty's advocate, for His Highness's interest, against John Porteous, late captain lieutenant of the city guard of Edinburgh, pannel
Increase in the number of empty and loaded cars in freight trains, 1909-1913
In the Supreme Court at Galveston International and Great Northern Railroad Company, et. al., appellants, vs. Paul Bermond, appellee : appeal from Harris County : brief of appellants.
United States Patent Office Reginald A. Fessenden, of Manteo, North Carolina : wireless signaling : specification forming part of letters patent no. 706, 742 dated August 12, 1902.
Information for Marinus and Cornelius Geene and James Sutherland, merchant in Leith, their factor, chargers against Arthur Stark, commander of His Majesty's sloop the Princess Caroline and William Wightman his cautioner, suspenders
Interpretation by Conference Committee of Managers of the western arbitration award as applied to certain questions and answers of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen.
International Tailoring Company, plaintiff-respondent, against Sidney Hillman, individually and as general president of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, an unincorporated association, Jacob Weiss, et al., defendants-appellants papers on appeal.
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee, to inquire into the condition of affairs in the late insurrectionary states
Intercorporate relationship mileage and net earnings of railways in Western Territory
Ink-well case, Franklin C. Brownell vs. the assignee of Joseph W. Ross argument in behalf of the Ross patent /
Information for Arthur Stark, commander of the custom-house sloop the Princess Carolina, and his cautioner, suspenders, against Marinus and Cornelius Geenes, and their factor, chargers
Instruction, Pour Messire Jean De Faret, Chevalier, Marquis de Fournés, Baron de Moissac, Brigadier des Armées du Roi, & Mestre de Camp de son Regiment de Cavalerie, appellant, appellé, suppliant & deffendeur, Contre Messire Jean-Charles de Crussol, Ducd'uze's, premier Pair de France, Chevalier des Ordres du Roi, appellant, appelle & deffendeur, & contre Messire Michel Poncet de la Riviere, Evés, suppliant
Information for Mr. Ronald Campbell of Ballerno, Mr. John Macleod of Muiravenside and Mr. Archibald Campbell of Stonefield, advocates, Archibald Campbell of Knockbuie and Col Lamont of Monydrian, real and preferable creditors on the estate of Auchinbreck, against the trustees of Sir James Carnegie and Richard Lochwood, Esq., creditors-adjudgers of the said estate
Increase in retail prices of principal articles of food in western cities and towns of the United States and Canada
Inhabitants of the town of Manchester v. Andrew C. Slater
Information for His Majesty's advocate, against Mr. Alexander Mackenzie, younger of Coul and others, pannels
Instructions to trial judge advocates
Decision of Chief Justice Taney, in the Merryman case, upon the writ of habeas corpus
David Sears, et al., respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, appellants appellants' points.
David Sears, Henry F. Sears, and Emily E. Sears, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants
Henry Escher, ancillary administrator of Jak. Robert Sigg-Fehr, deceased, Gottfried Rudolph Baumann-Kienast and Edmund Gams, a copartnership, plaintiffs, v. Frank White, individually and as treasurer of the United States, James C. Davis, individually and as director general of railroads, Howard Sutherland, as Alien Property Custodian, and Arthur Von Briesen and Otto Von Schrenk, copartners in the practice of law under the name of Briesen & Schrenk, defendants brief on behalf of Frank White, as treasurer of the United States, and Howard Sutherland, as Alien Property Custodian.
Henry R. Towne, plaintiff, vs. Mark Eisner, collector, etc., defendant memorandum in support of demurrer.
Henry C. Bowen, against the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and Thomas Kinsella, actions nos. 1 and 2 consolidated answer.
Revised brief of plaintiff in error on re-argument, the United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1897, no. 194, October term, 1896, no. 551, Herman Keck, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Hanley vs. Grand Trunk Railway defendant's third brief.
Index to the testimony and proceedings before the Lexow Committee investigating the New York Police Department
Increased operating costs of Western Railroads not due to wage payments to Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1900-1913
Indictment and trial of Col. Edward Stiff, for an alleged libel on H.P. Gaines, an attorney at law
Increased work and productive efficiency of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1913-1914
Industrial depression dividend and interest losses as compared with deductions in wage payments
Increased operating costs of Western Railroads not due to wage payments to Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1909-1913
Information for William Campbell of Lochdochart, against the Earl of Breadalbane and Lord Glenorchy
Interesting particulars of Elizabeth Brownrigg, hanged for murder
De Witt Historical Society of Tompkins County I. Sketch of the work : by the President, William Elliot Griffis, D.D., L.H.D. II. Rulloff : the great criminal and philologist : by Hon. Samuel D. Halliday, member of the bar of Tompkins County, trustee of Cornell University, etc.
In the Court of Appeals, David Sears, Henry F. Sears and Emily E. Sears, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief for respondents.
In the Senate of the United States, Mr. Scott, from the Joint Select Committee, to inquire into the condition of affairs in the late insurrectionary states, submitted the following
Information for John Cameron, only lawful son to Alexander Cameron of Kinnaird, against James Malcolm, second lawful daughter to the deceased James Malcolm, late of Jamaica, merchant, brother to the deceased Sir John Malcolm of Lochore
List of prisoners charged with the Fenian conspiracy
Decision of Judge Leavitt, of Ohio, in the Vallandigham habeas corpus case
Decision of Oregon Supreme Court, in case of Frank C. Stettler, appellant, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bertha Moores, and Amedee M. Smith, constituting Industrial Welfare Commission of the State of Oregon, respondents
David Stewart, respondent, against Collis P. Huntington, appellant case on appeal by defendant Huntington, from judgment rendered against him in favor of plaintiff for
David Stewart vs. Collis P. Huntington, Leland Stanford and Charles Crocker, survivors of Mark Hopkins, deceased
Disbarment of Attorney T.J. Deavitt, of Vermont, from practice in the Department of the Interior for sending a letter to Congress in which he criticised the pension policy and methods of President McKinley.
Documents in relation to charges preferred by Stephen J. Field and others, before the House of Assembly of the state of California, against William R. Turner, district judge of the eighth judicial district of California
The following defence of Lieut. Charles Wilkes to the charges on which he has been tried is respectfully submitted to the court.
Depreciation charges of Western Railroads, 1908-1914
Documents in the case of Major Andrew Washburn, late of the fourteenth regiment Massachusetts volunteers, (heavy artillery)
In the Supreme Court of the U.S., October term, 1878, Aristides Doggett, receiver, vs. the Florida Railroad Company appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Florida.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Missouri, division numberا, to the April term, 1914, Arthur R. Deacon and Arthur W. Lambert, trustees under the will of Lily Lambert, deceased, James T. Walker, a minor, and Mercantile Trust Company, curator of James T. Walker, a minor, respondents ...
Documents relative to the investigation, by order of the secretary of the navy, of the official conduct of Amos Binney, United States navy agent at Boston upon the charges made by Lieutenant Joel Abbot and others /
District Court of the United States, district of New Hampshire, in re petition of Harry Kendall Thaw for writ of habeas corpus, rescript on application for bail.
Miners' federation of Great Britain in the Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice, Tuesday, 11th April, 1905, before the Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Mathew, and Lord Justice Cozens Hardy : Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited v. the Yorkshire Miners' Association, and George Cragg and ten others /
Defence of Maj. Gen. Caleb Burbank and the argument of the complainants before the general court-martial, whereof Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Goodwin was president, held at Worcester, on the 8th day of Sept., 1818, against charges preferred against him by Col. Prentice Cushing and others.
Defence of Major Gen. Pillow before the court of inquiry at Frederick, Maryland, against the charges preferred against him by Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott.
Defence of the Rev. Rowland Williams, D.D., in the Arches' Court of Canterbury
History of a court martial held 21st February 1848, on Lieutenant Edmund Plowden, 5th Bengal Light Cavalry sentence reversed in 1854 /
Horace H. Day vs. Isaac Hartshorn & Co. commensed, Jan. 23, 1855, terminated, March 8, 1855.
Hetty H. Greene & Edward H.Greene, in equity, vs. Thomas Mandell and others
History of the Guibord case ultramontanism versus law and human rights.
His Majesty's advocate for Scotland, on behalf of His Majesty, appellant, Alexander late Lord Pitsligo, respondent the appellant's case.
Transcript on appeal, complaint, in the District Court of the twelfth judicial district of the city and county of San Francisco, Isaac E. Davis and George F. Sharp, plaintiffs, vs. D.W. Perley, Thomas H. Holt, Frank Rogers, Joseph H. Irish, Jas. Phillips, Volney E. Howard, Geo. Flint, John Doe and Richard Roe, (whose real names are unknown to the plaintiffs, and are therefore designated by the names of John Doe and Richard Roe) defendants
It is always painful to expose the transactions of domestic life before the public eye and the honorable mind recoils with inexpressible reluctance from the task, when it involves the obtrusion of scenes of a delicate and distressing character
In the Supreme Court of the State of the New York, J. Forman Wilkinson, respondent, against the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company and others, appellants papers on appeal from order denying motion to vacate temporary injunction.
J.G. Warner, plaintiff in error, versus the city of New Orleans, defendant in error brief for defendant in error.
J. Fred Schutte, et al., vs. the Western Division of the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, et al. argument for defendants, before the Hon. Joseph P. Bradley, circuit justice, sitting at Chambers at Mobile, Ala., June 1877.
Issue in causa, Alexander Nicol, and others (Dr. Milne's trustees) against the Lord Advocate issue in the cause in which Alexander Nicol, Esquire, Lord Provost of the city of Aberdeen and others being the trustees ex officiis, and original and assumed acting under the trust-deed of the late Dr. John Milne of Bombay, dated 14th June 1841 and proved in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay on 16th September 1841, -are pursuers : and the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Wood and Forests and Edward Strathearn Gordon, Esquire Her Majesty's Lord Advocate for Scotland, in whose name the said commissioners are by the Act 20 and 21 Victoria, cap. 44, authorized to sue and be sued, are defenders.
In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Isaac E. Davis and George F. Sharp, respondents, vs. D.W. Perley et al., appellants respondents' brief.
Is Bishop Brown crazy?
Investigation of the judicial conduct of Hon. Francis A. Winslow
Isaac Newton against James R. Burtis brief and argument for respondent.
Investigation by command of the King and Premier of the Hawaiian Islands, in vindication of the course pursued by His Majesty, impugned by William Miller, Esq., H.B.M.'s consul general, who demanded and took possession of the land in Honolulu, claimed by Richard Charlton, Esq., late H.B.M.'s consul for the Hawaiian Islands, in a way not provided for by the decision of the British Government of the 12th Sept. 1843, and without fulfilling the conditions which has then been agreed upon between the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen and His Majesty's late commissioners, Messrs. T. Haalilio and William Richards
[Jack Long case]
Jacob Arnhold & others against the Steamship Charles Tiberghien brief for libellants.
Irish state trials or, The Queen vs. Daniel O'Connell and others
Investigation of certain statements made by one Dr. William A. Wirt
In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Isaac E. Davis G.F. Sharp, respondents, vs D.W. Perley, et al., appellants appellants argument.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Nancy Anthony Fos, master, Isaac Ribeiro Furtado, of London, merchant, claimant of the schooner, cargo, and specie, as danish property, appellant, Thomas Watters, commander of the private schooner of War Kitty Sheen, the captor, respondent on a appeal from the Vice Admiralty Court at Tortola : appellant's case : 1804.
J. Forman Wilkinson and Wilbur M. Brown against William Foster, Junior, Robert B. Minturn, William H. Swan and Henry F. Sewall, composing the firm of Grinnell, Minturn & Co., Robert B. Minturn, individually C.R. Garrison, E.C. Garrison, E.C. Burdick, Isbon N. Ames, George Warren Smith, Henry L. Duguid, Alfred A. Howlett and the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company
Isidor Wormser, Jr., plaintiff, against Metropolitan Street Railway Company and Interurban Street Railway Company, defendants oral opinion delivered by Mr. Justice Scott, at the conclusion of summing up by counsel, (June 22, 1903)
Isidor Wormser, Jr., plaintiff, against Metropolitan Street Railway Company and Interurban Street Railway Company, defendants brief for defendants.
Speech of General Butler, against further delays in the trial of impeachment in the Senate, sitting on the trial of Andrew Johnson, president of the United States, Thursday, April 16, 1868 which was denominated by Mr. Evarts, one of the President's counsel, and by Mr. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, a "harangue" : together with the tables of the sales of gold and purhcase of seven-thirty notes which were referred to but not read.
Remarks of G.V. Lawrence of Penn., and W. Loughridge and H. Price, of Iowa, in the House of Representatives, February, 1868
Francis A. Huck, plaintiff-appellant, against George J. Kraus, defendant-respondent, no. 27 brief for appellant.
Speech of Hon. Daniel M. Van Auken, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, February, 29, 1868
Speech of Hon. Philadelph Van Trump, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, December 13, 1867
I.W.W. deportation cases hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, Second session, April 27 to 30, 1920 /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, nos. 140, 141, 142, 143, and 144, Illinois Central Railroad Company et al., vs. Samuel H. Turrell motion for leave to file petition for rehearing, nunc pro tune.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1911, Frederick A. Hyde and Joost H. Schneider, petitioners, v. the United States, no. 447 on writ of certiorari to the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia : brief for the United States.
In the Court of Civil Appeals of Tennessee, January term, 1908, Illinois Central Railroad Company, plaintiff in error, vs. N.H. Murphy, defendant in error Tipton law docketاcase no. I : brief on behalf of Illinois Central Railroad Company.
Speech of Hon. George S. Boutwell, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, December 5 and 6, 1867
Illegality of the trial of John W. Webster
Imley Sharp vs. the Barkentine "Ralph M. Hayward" respondent's answer and testimony.
Raising of money to be used in impeachment
Impeachment of Federal Reserve Board hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives, sixty-fourth Congress, second session, on articles of impeachment against the Federal Reserve Board and members thereof, serial 52, statement of Hon. Charles A. Lindbergh, February 13 and 20, 1917.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1876, Illinois Central Railroad Company, appellants, vs. Samuel H. Turrill, appellee, appeal from Circuit Court, for Northern District of Illinois argument for appellant.
Speech of Hon. William Lawrence, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, December, 13, 1867
Speech of Hon. Delos R. Ashley, of Nevada, in the House of Representatives, March 2, 1868
Hugo E. Boessneck, Herman Broesel, Herman Wedegartner and Curt Loewel, plaintiffs-respondents, against the William Taylor Son & Company, defendants-appellants case on appeal.
Hugh Murray Kynnynmound, Esq., and others, appellants, James Cathcart, Esq., Mrs. Elizabeth Rochead, spinster, and others, respondents the appellants case.
Investigation of United States Steel Corporation
Edward D. Tippett
Awful disclosures! or, Narrative and confession of Henry Delter, the murderer of his five wives!! : who committed suicide at Moorefield, Virginia, on the 27th day of December last : this confession discloses the most heart-rending murders ever perpetrated, showing with what coolness a man can steep his hands in human gore, under different passions.
Report of the committee appointed under the resolution of March 8th, 1892, on the action of Isaac H. Maynard
Papers in the contested election case
Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors against Warren Hastings, Esquire, late Governor General of Bengal presented to the House of Commons, upon the twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth days of April, 1786 /
Defendant's appeal, Supreme Court of Errors, New Haven County, Third Judicial District, third Tuesday in January, 1896, Austin B. Fuller, et ux., vs. the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of New York Superior Court, New Haven County, first Tuesday in February, A.D. 1892.
Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company vs. George B. Prescott, et al. brief for plaintiffs /
Attorney-general v. city of Toronto re. lese of Queen's Park and avenues : memo by the city solicitor, for the information of the Special committee re Queen's Park, prepared pursuant to resolution of said committee, dated May 4th, 1888.
Articles of impeachment exhibited in Parliament, against Spencer Earle of Northamp., William Earle of Devonsh., Henry Earle of Dover, Henry Earle of Monmouth, Robert Lord Rich, Charles Lord Howard Charlton, Charles L. Grey of Ruthen, Thomas Lord Coventry, Arthvr Lord Chapell, &c., for severall high crimes and misdemeanors ordered to be printed, Hen. Elsing Cler. D.C. : whereunto is annexed, the grounds of the proceedings of the Parliament from the beginning to this present, with the hinderances of their proceedings and causes of these distractions : together with the severall meanes which they have used to prevent intestine warre, and to hinder the malignant designes of the enemies of the peace of the kingdome, likewise ordered to be printed, Fo. Browne Cler. Parl.
Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors against Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor General of Bengal presented to the House of Commons, on the 4th day of April 1786 /
Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors against Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor General of Bengal presented to the House of Commons in the months of April and May 1786 /
Doubling and winding cotton, &c. letters patent to Robert Smith, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, machinist, for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for doubling and winding cotton and other yarns and threads."
Eddy litigation, summary of Kerfoot, v. Kerfoot
Ebenezer J. Foster Eddy, plaintiff, v. Henry M. Baker, executor, et al., defendants amendment of the plaintiff's bill.
Dover Stamping Company v. the Turner & Seymour Mf'g Co. complainants' brief /
Dow v. Northern Railroad suggestions by plaintiffs in reply to oral argument of defendants in reference to the Manchester & Keene Railroad.
The great libel case Dr. Hunter versus Pall Mall Gazette : being a verbatim report of the medical evidence given by Dr. Williams, Dr. Risdon Bennett, Dr. Orlando Markham, Dr. George Johnson, Dr. Cotton, Dr. Richard Quain, and Dr. Odling showing their opinions on the nature, causes and cure of consumption /
Dolo y fraude en la adjudicación de bienes de Henry Frank alegados por los acreedores opositores contra el convocatario y el the First National Bank of Boston, patrocinate de la adjudicación.
Asa Packer, in equity, vs. Joseph Noble et al., argument of Henry W. Muzzey, Esq., before the master, Samuel Robb, Esq., at Philadelphia, January, 1877
Authentick memoirs of the wicked life and transactions of Elizabeth Jeffryes, spinster who was executed on Saturday, March 28, 1752, on Epping-Forest, near Walthamstow, for being concerned in the murder of her late uncle Mr. Joseph Jeffryes with the particulars of her behaviour during the time of her confinement before her tryal, her confession after her conviction to the two Reverend Divines, Mr. Tindall and Mr. Griffiths, and of every circumstance that occured from the time of her being acquainted that the dead warrant was come down to the time of her execution : also a full account of the life, behaviour, and confession of John Swan who was executed with her, for committing the said murder.
Articles of impeachment presented against George W. English, United States District judge for the Eastern District of Illinois
James MacGregor Jun'r. vs. Alexander MacGregor, et al. opinion of the Supreme Court of Iowa in said cause delivered April 9th, 1859.
Autobiography of Jesse H. Pomeroy, written by him while imprisoned in the Suffolk County jail and under sentence of death for the murder of H.H. Millen together with a sketch of his trial, the several crimes with which he is charged and an account of his recent attempt to break jail.
Speeches of Hon. Dennis McCarthy, of New York, and Hon. S.M. Cullom, of Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 29 and March 2, 1868
John A. Brown, adm'r of John Aspden of London, Samuel Jackson, adm'r D.B.N.T.A. of John Aspden, of Lancashire, James McMurtrie and Rebecca, his wife, George J. Naylor and James E. Packer, Thomas H. White, in his own right and as ex'or of Elizabeth McPherson, Thomas Aspden, in his own right and as ex'or of John Aspden, of Lancashire, et al., appellants, vs. Matthias Aspden's adm'rd D.B.N.C.T.A., et al. on appeal from the Circuit Court, U.S., for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Articles of impeachment by the House of Representatives of the said Commonwealth, in their own name, and in the name of the people of Massachusetts, against Samuel Blagge, Esq., a justice of the peace and a notary public, in and for the county of Suffolk, in the Commonwealth aforesaid together with the respondent's answer.
In the Court of Appeals, State of New York August Klipstein, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants : case on appeal.
As of counsel for Jacob Shrady and other property owners, I desire, respectfully, to submit one or two further suggestions
Action of reduction at the instance of David William Barclay, Esquire, residing at Port-Louis, in the Mauritius, or elsewhere abroad, and Theodosius Forrest Ewart, writer to signet, his mandatory,اpursuers against Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, baronet,اdefender
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, v. Ferdinand Sulzberger, Samuel Weil and Frederick Joseph, doing business under the firm name of Schwarzchild & Sulzberger, defendants and appellees questions certified from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit : brief in support of motion to advance said cause and to permit oral argument therein.
[Banque Franco-Egyptienne et al., against John Crosby Brown, et al. letters and telegrams]
Jacob Schaeefer, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
The Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., vs. John Crosby Brown, et al
Before the Committee of Judiciary United States House of Representatives brief on behalf of Honorable Frank Cooper, United States district judge for the Northern District of New York.
Before the Honorable the attorney general of the United States in re the inspection, under the Act of June 30, 1906, of Meat Food Products derived from the carcasses of animals which did not receive a post-mortem inspection under that act question submitted by the Secretary of Agriculture, brief of the solicitor.
Henry Louis Bischoffsheim against John Crosby Brown, et al
[Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., against John Crosby continuation of the cross examination of John S. Schultze].
Before Chief Justice Erle and a special jury, Glass v. Boswall transcript of Messrs. Cocks' short hand notes.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, no. 3978, James C. Davis, the agent under section 206, Transportation Act, 1920, plaintiff in error, vs. Hettie McCree, defendant in error error to the District Court of the United States, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division : brief in behalf of James C. Davis, the agent, plaintiff in error.
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, April term, 1862, James MacGregor, Jr., vs. George D. Gardner, et al. argument of appellant : appeal from Dubuque County : state of the pleadings.
Bate Refrigerating Co., vs. Sulzberger, et al. memorandum for the Bate Co. as to some matters in appellees' brief.
In matter of petition of Galwey & Casado, and order of Judge Betts thereon power of the government to enter private premises, search, seize and carry away private papers made by the occupant, his associates or agents, and keep the same at the will of the solicitor of the treasury as evidence of an attempted or meditated fraud on the revenue : argument in behalf of petitioners /
James D. Fessenden, as ancillary administrator, &c., vs. Alvah P. Blanchard and others brief for appellant.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, no., James C. Davis, the agent under section 206, Transportation Act, 1920, plaintiff in error, vs. Hettie McCree, defendant in error transcript of record : error to the District Court of the United States, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division.
James F. Hunnewell vs. the city of Charlestown et al. plaintiff's points and authorities.
In the Court of Appeals, Second Division, James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the will of Joseph Kernochan, deceased and others, respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad and another, appellants notice of motion and petition for reargument.
In the Court of Appeals, State of New York, James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased and others, plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company, and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal, action no. 2.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, John Blyew and George Kennard, plaintiffs in error, vs. the United States, no. 205 in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Kentucky : brief for the United States.
In the High Court of Admiralty of England Banda and Kirwee Booty : judgment of the Right Honourable Stephen Lushington, D.C.L., delivered on the 30th of June, 1866.
In the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association, a national banking association, appellant v. William O. Douglas, George C. Matthews, Robert E. Healy, Jerome N. Frank, Francis P. Brassor and Henry Fitts, appellees appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia : brief for appellees.
[Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., against John Crosby continuation of the cross examination of John S. Schultze]
Jessie Macintosh or Maclachlan return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 5 May 1863, اfor, "copy of the proceedings at the trial of Jessie Macintosh or Maclachlan for murder and robbery at Glasgow, in September last and of the evidence taken at the subsequent inquiry before Mr. Young"
James W. Fitch et al. v. Bark "Chelmsford" statement of facts on behalf of the libellants.
Jno. W. Wright vs. Columbus Delano, secretary of the Interior, and George H. Williams, attorney general
John A.C. Gray, appellant, against the Manhattan Railway Co., et al., respondents additional brief for appellant.
James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor and trustee and others, plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Contested-election case of James Wickersham v. Charles A. Sulzer from the territory of Alaska
John Comstock and others, libellants, appellants, vs. the Schooner "Frank Harrington" her tackle, &c., Frank Harrington and others, claimants, appellants brief on behalf of claimants and appellants.
John and A.H. Hallam Murray v. Walter and others
In the Court of Appeals, district of Columbia, April term, 1926, no. 4462, Edward L. Doheny and Albert B. Fall, appellants, vs. United States, appellee brief of appellants in opposition to motion to dismiss appeal.
In the Consistory Court of London, Augusta Evans, the wife versus Thomas Evans, Esq., the husband sentence given by Sir William Scott, July 2, 1790 /
In the Court of Appeals, Edward Roberts plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company defendants and appellants points for respondent.
In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Thursday, 4th March, 1886, before Baron Huddleston and a special jury Bryce v. Rusden
In the Court of Claims of the United States, no. [actual number not printed or supplied], Edwin Pope and others v. the United States
Edward Winslow Paige, Clara K. Paige, and Samuel W. Jackson, executors of Alonzo C. Paige, deceased, appellants, vs. David Banks, Charles Banks, and A. Bleecker Banks, appellees appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Edward J. Gay vs. the United States, no. 113 argument for the United States.
Report of hearing before a special committee of the Boston Produce Exchange, on complaint of Edmud Reardon, (of John Reardon & Sons), vs. John Hobbs and others
Edison Electric Light Company and Edison General Electric Company, complainants and appellees, vs. Sawyer-Man Electric Company, defendant and appellant brief of H.W. Chaplin, permitted to appear as amicus curi[a]e, on third and fourth assignments of error.
In the House of Lords, Roxburghe cause, (question relating to the feus.) John Bellenden Ker, Esquire, appellant, His Grace James Duke of Roxburghe, respondent the appellant's case.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, between the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the city of New-York, Paul Hick and Thomas Brown-Hannah Maria Brown, Mary Alexander Brown, Evelina Truxton Brown, John Conway Brown, and Washington Brown, respondents, and John D. Jaques and Robert Jaques, appellants
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, between Nicholas I. Roosevelt, appellant, and William Cutting, Charles Augustus Dale, and Harriet, his wife, executors of Robert Fulton, deceased, respondents joint case.
Edward Kemp, and others individually and as surviving executors, &c., plaintiffs, against Arthur Tryon Kemp and others as executors, &c., and others defendants before Fitzgerald, J., April, 1901 : general brief for plaintiffs.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, Edward S. Stokes, plaintiff in error, against the people of the state of New York, defendant in error points to oppose motion to set aside assignment of errors in fact.
Edison Electric Light Company and the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of New York vs. Robert Goelet, et al. bill of complaint and affidavits on motion for preliminary injunction.
In the Court of Claims of the United States, Edwin Pope and others v. the United States petition.
In the House of Lords, between Mansfield, falsely called Cuno - appellant and Cuno (a pauper) - respondent respondent's case.
Before the Secretary of the Interior, appeal from the refusal of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to proceed with the patenting of certain lands to the Central Pacific Railroad Company, the successor of the California and Oregon Railroad Company of California
In the House of Lords, Monday, 12th March, 1906, lords present, the Lord Chancellor, Lord Macnaghten, Lord Davey, Lord James of Hereford, Lord Robertson, Lord Atkinson, between the Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited, appellants, and the Yorkshire Miners' Association and others, respondents
In the Court of Claims, no. 20,728, Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States claimants' brief and requests for findings of fact.
In the Court of Appeals, Syracuse Savings Bank against the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company papers on appeal from order denying motion to vacate order of sale.
Opinion of Mr. Justice Johnson, delivered in the Supreme Court of the United States, in March, 1827, on the right of material men to sue in the admiralty, in the case of James Ramsay vs. J.B.A. Allegre
Edward C. Berg, respondent vs. the Narragansett Steamship Company, appellant case on appeal.
Elisha Applegate and others complainants against the Lexington and Ohio Rail-Road Company upon motion for injunction.
In the High Court of Justice, Chancery division, before Mr. Justice Butt (sitting for Mr. Justice North), Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company (Limited) v. Woodhouse and Rawson
The "Blenheim" Edwin Ball, claimant, appellant, v. Jacob S. Winslow, libellant, appellee : Edwin Ball, libellant, appellant, v. Jacob S. Winslow, et al., respondents, appellees.
The Eddy will litigation memorandum relating to the action of Stephen A. Chase, et al., v. Adam H. Dickey, et al., in equity, no. 16,026 : pending in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, submitted to Attorney General Swift by De Witt C. Howe.
Elias C. Benedict, suing in his own behalf, and in that of all other stockholders and bondholders of the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company, against James J. Belden, individually and as receiver of the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company, Martin A. Knapp, the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company and the New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway Company in equity.
In the House of Lords, John Bellenden Ker Esquire, who is infeft and who obtained legal possession of the superiority and property of the estate of Roxburgh, Henry Gawler Esquire, and John Seton Karr of Kippilaw Esquire, who are acting trustees and infeft in the superiority of the said estate appellants and respondents in the cross appeal of General Ker., Sir James Norcliffe Innes Baronet, and James Horne, writer to the signet his commissioner respondents Brigadier General Walter Ker of Littledean, and Richard Hotchkis, writer to the signet his commissioner also respondents and appellants in the cross appeal the case of the appellants in the original and respondents in the cross appeal.
The case of the Pious Fund of the Californias, United States of America vs. the Republic of Mexico
In the District Court of the United States of America, for the Southern District of New York, the United States of America vs. William Rockefeller, George Maculloch Miller, Charles F. Brooker, William Skinner, D. Newton Barney, Robert W. Taft, James S. Elton, James S. Hemingway, Lewis Cass Ledyard, Charles M. Pratt, A. Heaton Robertson, Frederick F. Brewster, Henry K. McHarg, Edward D. Robbins, Alexander Cochrane, John L. Billard, George F. Baker, Thomas de Witt Cuyler, Theodore N. Vail, Edward Milligan, and Francis T. Maxwell, defendants indictment (filed November 2, 1914)
Between the Long Branch and Sea Shore Railroad Company, appellant and William S. Sneden, receiver, &c., and Emanuel Wilks and others, appellees case on appeal.
In the matter of the application of Thomas K. Coyne, an honorably discharged World War veteran, petitioner-appellant for an order against William Wilson, commissioner of the department of housing and buildings of the city of New York, Joseph D. McGoldrick and Almerindo Portfolio, comptroller and treasurer, respectively, of the city of New York, defendants-respondents notice of motion to dismiss appeals for want of jurisdiction, with affidavit and supporting brief.
In the matter of the application of the Female Academy of the Sacred Heart for the cancellation of an assessment for St. Nicholas Terrace Sewer before the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of the city of New York, James A. Deering attorney : brief as to the constitutionality of chapter 388 laws of 1909, amending the greater New York charter, relative to the powers of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund to cancel taxes, assessments etc., upon the real estate of certain corporations entitled to exemption from taxation under the tax law.
In the District Court of the United States, for the district of Delaware, in the matter of Standard Gas and Electric Company, debtor, before the Honorable John J. Nields, in proceedings for the reorganization of a corporation brief of securities and exchange commission relating to allowances claimed by persons other than the banks and trust companies.
Before the Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, in the matter of the application of the Homer Electric Light and Power Company, for a certificate of convenience and necessity, no. 10680 abstract of record.
In the Court of Appeals, in the matter of the application of the mayor, &c., of New York, relative to the widening of Wall Street
In the matter of proving the last will, &c., of Henry Parish, Joseph Delafield, appellant, against Daniel Parish, James Parish, Ann Parish and Martha Sherman, respondents, Susan M. Parish, appellant against same, respondents appellant's brief on the principal propositions of law and fact, subject and posture of the contestation.
Before the Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, in the matter of the application of the Homer Electric Light and Power Company, for a certificate of convenience and necessity, no. 10680 reply brief for petitioners.
In the District Court of Appeal of the state of California, the people of the state of California, vs. Eugene E. Schmitz, appellant in the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the city and county of San Francisco, the people of the state of California, vs. Eugene E. Schmitz and Abraham Ruef, defendants, crim no. 305. dept. no. 6 : transcript on appeal.
Before the Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, in the matter of the application of the Homer Electric Light and Power Company, for a certificate of convenience and necessity, no. 10680 brief and argument for petitioners.
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, finance docket no 9952, in the matter of Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railway Company, debtor reorganization proceedings pursuant to section 77 of the Bankruptcy Act brief and argument supporting income bonds proposed in debtor's plan : on behalf of protective committee for general mortgage bondholders.
In the matter of the application of the G.H. Hammond Company for a revision of the rulings of the department with regard to the use of imported oleo stearine and the transportation in interstate commerce of lard substitutes manufactured in part therefrom memorandum in opposition on behalf of the N.K. Fairbank Company, the Southern Cotton Oil Company and the American Cotton Oil Company.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, in the matter of the application of Eugene E. Schmitz for a writ of Habeas Corpus, and for the issuance of a writ of prohibition to the Superior Court for the city and county of San Francisco, to restrain it from further proceedings in five criminal actions now pending against him in that court points and authorities upon behalf of petitioner.
In the matter of Ferdinand S. Hahn, an attorney points for respondent on appeal by said Hahn, from an order granting a commission.
In the matter of the application of the New York District Railway Company for the appointment of three commissioners to determine whether its railroad ought to be allowed to be built, &c. amended answer of the New York Arcade Railway Co.
John Higgins, respondent, against the Newtown and Flushing Railroad Company, appellant statement and points for respondent.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, John Frank Ragond, appellant, vs. the United States no. 208, supplemental brief for the United States.
Between DeWitt C. Blair, individually and as executor, &c., of John I. Blair, deceased, complainant, respondent and appellant and Charles Scribner, defendant, respondent and appellants, Francis Green Larned, et al., defendants and appellants, on bill for construction of will on appeal brief for complainant, respondent and appellant /
Bernard Reilly, sheriff, &c., respondent, against James A. Coleman, impleaded &c., appellant appellant's points.
In the U.S. Consular-General Court, at Kanagawa, Japan, before W.D. Tillotson, Esq., consul-general and Messrs. T.F. McGrath, and S. Sondheim, associates, John Middleton versus J.O. Averill
Bishop Brown's defense
Bishop v. Hicks dog killing extraordinary !!! : caution to the public.
Birchall, the story of his life, trial and imprisonment as told by himself profusely illustrated.
Bill of suspension for James Nairn merchant in Ely and Thomas Nairn chirugeon apothecary in Anstruther Easter, his cautioner against James Wallace merchant in Bergen in Norway, and Alexander Keith writer in Edinburgh, his factor, to be reported by my Lord Polton tomorrow
Supreme Court, December law term, 1888, consolidated case - Boston, Concord & Montreal R.R. v. Boston & Lowell R.R., same v. Boston & Maine R.R., same v. B. &M.R.R. and B. & L.R.R oral arguments of Frank S. Streeter, December 11 and 14, 1888.
Bishop Brown is deposed in solemn form
Evidence reported to the Senate by the Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Facts Relating to the Conduct of John Smith, a senator from the state of Ohio, December 21, 1807 bill of indictment for treason : United States vs. John Smith : copy indictment for treason, Virginia District : in the Circuit Court of the United States of America, in and for the fifth circuit and Virginia District.
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924, on appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners, (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider, J.G. O'Donoghue and F.H. McGuigan, (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney-General of Canada and the Attorney-General of Ontario, intervenants record of proceedings.
John Bock, plaintiff-respondent, vs. the Dry Dock East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company, deft.-appellant points for appellant.
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D. Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, July 1, 1925, to all editors
John Graham against Edward Stucken, Cornelius Poillon and Richard Poillon copy bill of complaint.
Birth of the Messiah, Egyptian Sun myth
Birchall, the story of his life, trial and imprisonment as told by himself
In the Privy Council, no. 78 of 1909, on appeal from the Supreme Court of the Transvaal, between the Natal Bank, Limited, (plaintiff's), appellants and Hendrik Theodor Rood and others, (defendants), respondents
Trial of James Berrian, for criminal conversation with Catherine Blakney, wife of Jacob Blakney, had in the Mayor's Court of the city of New-York, in the term of July, 1807
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924, on appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners, (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider, J.G. O'Donoghue and F.H. McGuigan, (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney-General of Canada and the Attorney-General of Ontario, intervenants case of the respondents.
Bishop Brown partakes of communion at service shocks congregation by accepting Holy Sacrament from prelate who sought expulsion.
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D., Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, September 29th, 1925, to members of the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Eliza Whitlock White, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief for respondent.
Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, plaintiffs-in-error, against the United States, defendant-in-error no. 702 : supplemental brief.
Emily O. Butler, Fanny S. Whitehouse, Caroline Jones, Frances O. Jones and Louis B. McCagg, against Andrew H. Green, Edwin H. Sheldon, Marianna A. Ogden and others, as executors and trustees, etc. and others, defendants summons and complaint.
Hugo Boessneck, Herman Broesel, Herman Wedegartner and Curt Loewel, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Wm. Taylor, Son & Co., defendant and appellant appellant's points.
Succession of Milton Taylor John James Taylor and Mrs. Duncanson, appellants, versus Mary Jane Rogers, appellee : reply to appellee's brief.
Elliott H. Phelps, et al., plaintiffs in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa brief in support of judgment on behalf of others similarly interested.
The trial of Birch v. Neale, for criminal conversation in the Court of Common Pleas, June 25, 1835, before the Lord Chief Justice Tindal from the notes of a short-hand writer, with explanatory remarks /
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924, on appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners, (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider, J.G. O'Donoghue and F.H. McGuigan, (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney-General of Canada and the Attorney-General of Ontario, intervenants case for the intervenant, the attorney-general, for Ontario.
Bishop Brown's answer
Hugo Boessneck, Herman Broesel, Herman Wedegartner and Curt Loewel, respondents, vs. William Taylor Son & Company appellants no. s., points for respondent.
In the Court of review of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in the matter of the presentment of Bishop William Montgomery Brown defendant's brief upon appeal, statement of facts.
Bishop Brown told to appear on Monday 'for sentence'
Bishop Brown's case
In the District Court of the United States for the district of New Jersey, between United States of America, petitioner, and United States Steel Corporation and others, defendants statement of the case.
Frank S. Streeter, Archibald McLellan and Irving C. Tomlinson v. George W. Glover, Mary B. Glover, George W. Glover, Jr., Andrew J. Glover and Edward Gershom Glover, beneficiaries under trust deed of Mary Baker G. Eddy of February 25, 1907 answer of the defendant George W. Glover.
Before the Canal Appraisers of the state of New York, in the matter of the claims for damages suffered by reason of the breaking away of the North Lake Reservoir on the Black River ag'st the state of New York
Report of the Board of Arbitration in the matter of the controversy between the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the Boston Carmen's Union, division 589 of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America January 15, 1914.
Bird's vindication of a criminal process by bill of indictment, containing various assignments of perjury against Wm. Smith, who acted as attorney to the late sheriffs of Middlesex and which, being moved into the King's Bench, came on to be tried, in that court, on the 7th of December, 1812 ...
Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad v. Boston & Maine Railroad and Boston & Lowell Railroad Corporation brief for defendants /
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, v. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants no. 28,241, defendants' reply to plaintiffs' "reply brief," and to "continuation of oral argument."
John Kelly, late sheriff of the city and county of New York, against Luther R. Marsh and Alexander H. Wallis copy judgment roll on dismissal of the complaint.
John M. Phillips, claimant, appellant, v. John A. Johnson, libellant, appellee brief for libellant and appellee.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in the October general term, 1890, equity no. 11,262, doc. 28, John H.B. Latrobe, complainant, vs. Henry E. McKee, John D. McPherson, executor of John T. Cochrane, deceased, James P. Scott and others, executors of the last will and testament of Thomas A. Scott, deceased, and Ellen Cochrane, widow of John T. Cochrane, deceased, defendants brief for defendant Henry E. McKee.
Argument of counsel, in the case of John F. Schermerhorn and wife vs. Henry O. Middleton and others, in Supreme Court of Law and Equity, Greenbrier County, Va., and Henry O. Middleton vs. John F. Schermerhorn and wife, in Court of Appeals, at Lewisburg, Virginia
John De Koven, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as executors, and Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as trustees of the last will and testament of Hugh T. Dickey, deceased, plaintiffs, vs. Fannie Russell Dickey, Cornelia de Koven Douglas, George William Douglas, husband of Cornelia de Koven Douglas, Louise W. Dickey, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., husband of Louise W. Dickey; Anna D. Tiffany, and Frances de Koven Dickey, George P. Tiffany, as administrator, etc., Elizabeth Dickey and John De Koven, defendants plaintiffs' brief.
In the House of Lords, the Right Honourable John Francis Miller Erskine, Earl of Mar, appellant, the Right Honourable Lady Frances Jemima Erskine or Goodeve, spouse of James Goodeve, Esquire, of Clifton, in the County of Gloucester, and Lady Jane Janetta Erskine or Wilmot, spouse of Edward Wilmot, Esquire of Clifton, in the county of Gloucester, respondents the appellant's case, containing authenticated record and revised case for the appellant in the Court of Session.
John Kimball et al., v. New Hampshire Bible Society et al. additional brief for trustees of Phillips Academy.
John Crosby Brown and another, plaintiffs, vs. Sarah Benedict Brown and others, defendants answer of defendants Sarah Benedict Brown and others.
John Greene, against Elizabeth Greene libel given in the 12th of December, 1772.
Contested election case of John D. White vs. Vincent Boreing, from the Eleventh Congressional District of Kentucky
John Dillingham vs. the state of Ohio, error to the Police Court of Cincinnati brief for the plaintiff in error /
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Ford Motor Company, et al., defendants and appellants plaintiffs' reply brief.
John De Koven, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as executors, and Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as trustees of and under the last will and testament of Hugh T. Dickey, deceased, plaintiffs, against Fanny Russell Dickey, Cornelia de Koven Douglas, George William Douglas, husband of Cornelia de Koven Douglas, Louise W. Dickey, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., husband of Louise W. Dickey, Annie D. Tiffany and Frances de Koven Dickey, George P. Tiffany, as administrator of Anne T. Thorndike, deceased, Elizabeth Dickey and John De Koven, defendants summons and complaint.
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant, in equity brief for complainant upon motion to continue a receivership pendente lite.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Brig Favorite, Andrew Gallagher, master, an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Antigua, John Louis Durand, a citizen of the United States of America, and supercargo on board of the said brig, the claimant of the cargo laden on board the same, on behalf of Joseph Lopes Dias and Moses Seixas, of New York, merchants, and citizens of the United States of America, the true, lawful, and sole owners and proprietors thereof, appellant against John Coleman, commander of the private armed schooner enterprize, the captor, respondent case on behalf of the claimant and appellant.
John G. Farnsworth, receiver of the Bankers' and Merchants' Telegraph Co., vs. the Western Union Telegraph Co. (action for cutting and seizing wires.) argument to the jury of Roscoe Conkling, New York, July 9th, 1886.
John H. Williams and wife vs. the Mayor and City Council of Nashville, in Chancery argument of A.S. Colyar.
Opinion of the Court of Appeals, delivered by Magruder, judge, John Kettlewell vs. David Steuart, Court of Appeals, W.S., June term, 1850
In the Court of Appeals, William L. Boyle, plaintiff-appellant, against Staten Island and South Beach Land Company, Limited, defendant-respondent memorandum on behalf of motion for leave to withdraw the appeal.
Milwaukee and Minnesota R.R. Co., appellants, vs. Frederick P. James brief for appellants, the Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company.
Brigadier General Wool, message from the President of the United States transmitting the proceedings of the Court of Inquiry in the case of Brevet Brigadier general wool : October 9, 1837, read and laid upon the table.
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant, in equity brief for defendant, in opposition to complainants motion for a receivership pendente lite.
The speaking telephone interferences, A-L and no. 1, Bell, Gray, Edison, Dolbear, McDonough, Voelker, Irwin, Blake brief for Alexander Graham Bell and Francis Blake.
Francis H. Boyer, plaintiff and respondent, against Clark D. Rhinenhart, defendant and appellant respondent's points.
Before the Right Hon. R.R. Warren, Brown v. Esmonde, Re Sophia Maria Esmonde, deceased judgment.
The Barque Edwin, Buckley claimant and appellant vs. the Naumkeag Stream Cotton Co., libellants May term, 1859.
Ex parte Sir John Thompson, K.C.M.G., Her Britannic Majesty's Attorney General of Canada suggestion for writ of prohibition to be directed to the Judge of the District Court of the United States in and for the Territory of Alaska.
Evolution of increased power and tonnage quotations from railway technical experts and publications /
Canadian state trials, the King v. David McLane
The appellants' case
Contested election, Second Congressional District, South Carolina, C.W. Buttz vs. E.W.M. Mackey brief of E.W.M. Mackey.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. the Pomeroy Orchard Co. (a corporation), defendant and respondent, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. H.G. Coykendall, defendant and respondent, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. Ruth G. Wallace, defendant and respondent, consolidated appellant's opening brief.
Emily O. Butler, Fanny S. Whitehouse, Caroline O. Jones, Frances O. Jones and Louis B. McCagg, plaintiffs, against Andrew H. Green and others, executors and trustees of and under the last will and testament of William B. Ogden, deceased, and others, defendants brief for plaintiffs.
In the Court of Errors, John Bush, appellant, vs. Peter W. Livingston and John Townsend, respondents case on the part of the appellants.
Case in Nevis, 1817
Before the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's most Honorable Privy Council, Burns and others against Finney and others, on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England the Europa, Edward George Lott, master : George Burns, William Connall, Thomas Buchanan, James Burns, and Charles Mac Iver, the trustees of the British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, the owners of steam-ship or vessel, Europa, appellants, against William Finney and Company, William Bartlett and William Bartlett, the owners of the late barque or vessel, Charles Bartlett, and Theodore Ferriera Pinta Perez and Company, John Pickersgill & Son, Charles Gumm, Donald Maclean and Company, George Henry Evans, Herbert Dalton, and George Sadler Frith, & Ross, the principal owners of the cargo lately laden on board the said barque or vessel, and the said William Bartlett, the master of the said late barque or vessel, respondents : cases and appendix.
In the General Assembly case for the Rev. Donald Maclean, minister of the Parish of small Isles, appellant in the prosecution against him at the instance of the Presbytery of Skye, respondents
Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff, respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants, General term, December, 1889 brief for defendants.
Busch Jewelry Co., Inc., et al., plaintiffs, against United Retail Employees' Union Local 830, et al., defendants opinion by Mr. Justice Cotillo on "illegal picketing"
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. the Pomeroy Orchard Co. (a corporation), defendant and respondent, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. H.G. Coykendall, defendant and respondent, California Prune and Apricot Growers Association (a corporation), plaintiff and appellant, vs. Ruth G. Wallace, defendant and respondent, consolidated appellant's reply brief.
Capital expenditures of Western Railroads, 1910-1914
C.P. Miller vs. John D. Palmer, administrator, &c., appeal from the Chancery Court of Tippah County brief and argument for appellant /
Further partial return to an address of the House of Commons, dated the 6th February, 1893, for a copy of the judgment of the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Privy Council, in the appealed case of Barrett vs. the city of Winnipeg, commonly known as the "Manitoba school case" also copy of factums reports and other documents in connection therewith.
Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants papers on appeal from order.
In the United States Patent Office, Caron Corporation, opposer-appellant, against V. Vivadou, Inc., applicant-appellee, opposition no. 5971, before the commissioner applicant's answering brief to opposer's reply brief.
Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated the 21st March, 1894, for copies of all petitions, memorials and correspondence, in reference to the appeal made in the name of the Roman Catholic, minority of the province of Manitoba, in reference to the school laws of that province also copies of reports to and orders in council in reference to the same : also copies of the case submitted to the Supreme Court of Canada, respecting aforesaid appeal and including factums and all materials in connection therewith and copies of all judgments rendered and answers given by said court on or to the question referred to them.
In the United States Patent Office, Caron Corporation, opposer, against V. Vivaudou, Inc., applicant brief on behalf of V. Vivadou, Inc.
A report of the judgment delivered in this case on the 2nd of May, 1854, by Doctor Radcliff, judge of the Consistorial Court of Dublin, pronouncing a sentence of divorce
Capital Savings Bank & Trust Company, plaintiff, plaintiff in error v. Inhabitants of the town Framingham, defendant, defendant in error brief for the Capital Savings Bank & Trust Company.
Calvin Amory Stevens, on behalf of the holders of Internal Improvement Bonds of Tennessee, issued to the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company versus the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company bill for relief.
In the Court of Appeals of Kentucky ... Burley Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association, appellant vs. City of Carrollton, appellee reply brief for appellant.
In the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Johnson et ux vs. Robertson argument for appellants.
Carr, appellant vs the United States, 8 Otto, 433 the United States can not be estopped by proceedings against its tenants or agents, nor be sued without its consent given by Act of Congress : should the United States be suable by a citizen in any case as of right? /
Butte and Superior Mining Company, defendant-appellant, vs. Minerals Separation, Limited, et al., plaintiff-appellees brief for defendant-appellant.
Carney v. Berger, Mr. Dallinger, from the committee on elections no. 1, submitted the following report (on the contested election case of Carney v. Berger)
In the Court of Appeals, of the state of New York, Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff, respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants, no. 463, Second Division brief for appellants.
Case and memoirs of Miss Martha Reay, to which are added remarks, by way of refutation, on the case and memoirs of the Rev. Mr. Hackman
Emily O. Butler, Fanny S. Whitehouse, Caroline O. Jones, Frances O. Jones and Louis B. McCagg, plaintiffs, against Andrew H. Green, Edwin H. Sheldon, Marianna A. Ogden, William E. Strong and William O. Wheeler, as executors and trustees of and under the last will and testament of William B. Ogden, deceased, and others, defendants
John Burt, Esq., against Harriet Burt, libel given in the 9th of July, 1778
Proof in replication for pursuer, in action of divorce at the instance of John M'Iver, Esq., banker in Dingwall,اpursuer, against Mrs. Eliza O'Doherty or M'Iver, his wife, now or lately residing in Edinburgh,اdefender
Joseph Gerradin, plaintiff-appellee, against United Fruit Company, defendant-appellant brief of plaintiff-appellee.
John Milhau and others, agst. Joseph Sharp and others affidavits, &c., on the part of defendants, to oppose motion for injunction.
Canadian Companies proceedings in the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (December 8-17, 1915) in the appeals of the Attorney-general for Canada v. the Attorney-general for Alberta (1916) A.C. 588, insurance reference, the Bonanza Greek Gold Mining Company v. King (1916) A.C. 566, attorney-general for Ontario v. attorney-general for Canada (1916) A.C. 598, companies reference to which is added the judgments of the Judicial Committee in these cases and in the appeal of the John Deerce Plow Company v. Wharton (1915) A.C. and an index : also a review of the said decisions by Edward Robert Cameron, one of His Majesty's counsel and registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada.
In the Court of Appeals, Second Division Byam K. Stevens against the New York Elevated R.R., no. 463.
Capt. Cranstoun's account of the poisoning the late Mr. Francis Blandy, of Henley upon Thames, Oxfordshire, declared solemnly by him before he died at Furnes, in Flanders, on the 30th of November last in which are contained some particulars of his private marriage with the late unfortunate Miss Blandy and copies of three letters from the said Miss Blandy to him in Northumberland, bearing the several dates of June 30, July 16, and August 1, 1751, which was just preceding the poisoning of the said Mr. Blandy which sets that whole tragical affair in a true light : with an account of Mr. Cranstoun's distresses from the time he absconded to his death which was attended with the most terrible Agonies and in which part is inserted a narrative of some artful and crafty villanies commited by the famous, or more properly infamous Capt. P---w in France and Flanders while Mr. Cranstoun was in those countries, the whole published for the satisfaction of the publick.
Canton's great tragedy the murder of George D. Saxton, together with a history of the arrest and trial of Annie E. George, charged with the murder : with biographical sketches of George D. Saxton and Annie E. George : with illustrations /
Case between Sir William Clayton, bart., and the Duchy of Cornwall
Capital Savings Bank & T. Co. v. Inhabitants of Framingham
Memoire signifié, pour M. Trudaine, conseiller d'etat & au conseil royal, tuteur honoraire & pour le sieur de Besgrieres, tuteur onéraire de la demoiselle Carbon, appellans, demandeurs & défendeurs contre le sieur Rimbert, négociant au Cap. les représentans du sieur Pierre, et les héritiers bénéficiaires du sieur Guillet De La Brosse, tous intimés, défendeurs & demandeurs /
C.W. Buttz vs. E.W.M. Mackey papers in the case of C.W. Buttz vs. E.W.M. Mackey : Second Congressional District of South Carolina.
Canning's magazine, or, A review of the whole evidence that has been hitherto offered for, or against Elizabeth Canning and Mary Squires including some memorable occurrences, never before imparted to the publick.
Schooner Alfred Brabrook, no. 2563, John M. Phillips, claimant, appellant, v. J.A. Johnson, libellant, appellee record.
In the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska, John Riley, plaintiff, v. the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant motion for non-suit.
Print for defender, in action of divorce at the instance of John M'Iver, Esquire, banker in Dingwall, اpursuer, against Mrs. Eliza O'Doherty or M'Iver, his wife, now or lately residing in Edinburgh, اdefender
John W. McCardle, et al., as members of the Public Service Commission of Indiana, et al., appellants, vs. Indianapolis Water Company appeal from the United States District Court for Indiana.
The Fritz, John R. Gossler et al., libellants, appellants, v. Standard Sugar Refinery, claimant of cargo, etc., appellee, record
John T. McGowan, appellant, against Anna M. Dawson, respondent papers on appeal from order denying motion to require respondent to accept notice of appeal.
John. R. Lynch vs. James R. Chalmers contested election case from the Sixth Congressional District of Mississippi /
Juana evidence taken on trial of Capt. William Paxton and Andrew Hunter Savage, at Nassau, N.P., April 26-29, 1859, for conspiracy in fraudulently causing to be condemned and selling the schooner Juana, of Bridgeport, Ct., and cargo of sugar, at Long Cay, Bahamas, February and March, 1859 : before Judges Lees and Doyle, General Court for the Bahamas.
Judgment delivered by the Right Hon. Lord Cairns on behalf of Her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council in the case of Martin v. Mackonochie
Jucios del señor Tulio Ospina con la Western Andes Mining Company Limited, sentencia de segunda instancia proferida por el tribunal superior del centro en el departamento de Antioquia
In Chancery, between Josiah Bardwell & others, plaintiffs, and David Ames, Jr., and another, defendants defendants' argument upon exceptions taken by them to the report of Charles E. Forbes, Esquire, acting as a master in Chancery.
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug "Edna V. Crew," appellants, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam tug "Portsmouth" and Barge "N.Y., P. & N. no. 2," appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner "Baker Palmer," appellee and appellant appeal and cross appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Norfolk : brief for N.Y., P. & N.R.R. Co., claimant of tug "Portsmouth" and barge "no. 2," appellee and appellant.
Journal of the Senate of Minnesota, sitting as a High Court [of] Impeachment, for the trial of Hon. Sherman Page, judge of the Tenth Judicial District
Judgments of the Supreme Court of the S.A.R., in the cases of Lewis v. the Salisbury Gold-Mining Co., and Andrew v. the Robinson G.-M. Co., delivered 1st February, 1894
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, San Guiseppe e nra. sra, Del Mont' Allegro, otherwise il furioso, Andrea del Moro, master, Joseph Slythe, of the city of Lavaletta, in the Island of Malta Esquire, agent for His Majesty the King of Sardinia, claimant of the ship and cargo, the same having been taken and seized as prize hilst at Anchor in Cagliari Bay, within pistolshot of the Arsenal of Cagliari, and within the territories and dominions of His Majesty the King of Sardinia, and ship and cargo as being also protected by a licence granted by His said Majesty the King of Sardinia, appellant, against Arden Adderley, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's Brig Crocus, the Captor, and Charles Bishop, Esq. His Majesty's procurator general, respondents an appeal from the Vice Admiralty Court at the Island of Malta : appellant's case /
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, no. 1018, Caster Socket Company, Limited, appellant, against Standard Caster and Wheeler Company, appellee brief for appellee.
Charges of impeachment against Frederick A. Fenning Mr. Dyer, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report (pursuant to H. Res. 228)
Central Criminal Court, Monday, 5th April 1875, the Queen against Walter Hibbert and others for conspiracy, the recorder's charge to the grand jury
Report of the Subcommittee to the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixthy-fourth Congress first session, in the matter of charges against H. Snowden Marshall United States District attorney for the Southern District of New York
Charge of Judge Patterson, 1795
Celluloid Manufacturing Company, complainant, v. American Zylonite Company et al., defendants, pleadings and evidence
Charges Against Hon. Grover M. Moscowitz, United States district judge for the Eastern District of New York, Aprin 8, 1930, ordered to be printed Mr. Graham, from the committee on the judiciary, submitted the following report.
Charges of impeachment against Frederick A. Fenning hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives Sixty-ninth Congress first session on House resolution 228 : May 20, 21, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, June 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, 1926.
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, appellants and respondents, against James B. Turnley, impleaded with another, appellant and respondent cross appeals from order denying motion to vacate order of arrest, and reducing bail to
To the Circuit Court of the United States, in and for the Southern District of New York, in the Second Judicial Circuit, charges preferred against John I. Davenport, as U.S. commissioner and chief supervisor of elections by Oswald Ottendorfer, Amos F. Eno, George A. Heinrichs, Andrew J. Haggerty, John B. Lewis, John Doran, and Patrick H. Maguire
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller, appellants against James B. Turnley, impleaded, respondent case on appeal /
Chapel street Sewer case
Charles A. Miller and Watts T. Miller against James B. Turnley and William T. Turnley statement of facts.
Charge to the jury
In the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, Central of Georgia Railway Company, plaintiff in error, v. Victoria Waldo, administratrix, defendant in error brief of the attorney-general of the United States as amicus curiae upon the constitutionality of the employers liability act of April 22, 1908 /
Charges to the jury by Judges Field and Hoffman, of the United States Circuit Court for the Northern District of California in the Chapman treason case.
Celebrated naval and military trials
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1920, Chanslor-Canfield Midway Oil Company, Recovery Oil Company, et al., appellants, v. the United States of America, appellee appeal from the United States Circuit Court of appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Charges against Hon. Frank Cooper, United States district judge for the Northern District of New York, March 2, 1927 referred to the House calendar and ordered to be printed : Mr. Graham, from the committee on the judiciary, submitted the following report.
Central Trust Company of New York, complainant, vs. the American Association Limited, defendant bill of complaint /
Central Pacific Railroad Company against the United States, no. 7972, the same against the same, no. 7973, Central Pacific Railroad Company Organisation, articles of association and of consolidation
Central Criminal Court sessions paper, Winchester, Mayor, first session, held November 24, 1834 minutes of evidence /
Charges of Hon. Oscar E. Keller against the Attorney General of the United States hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives sixty-seventh Congress third and fourth sessions on H. Res. 425, September 16, 1922, and December 4, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 1922.
Centralia tragedy and trial
Charges of the Bar Association of New York against Hon. George G. Barnard and Hon. Albert Cardozo, justices of the Supreme Court and Hon. John H. McCunn, a justice of the Superior Court of the city of New York, and testimony thereunder taken before Judiciary Committee of the Assembly of the state of New York, 1872
Chanler against Sherman in the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York : (brief and argument, together with certified copies and discussion theron of the 1897 and 1899 proceedings in New York and the 1901 proceedings in Virginia which preceded same)
Minutes of evidence
Joseph Michaels, Morley A. Stern et al., plaintiffs, against Sidney Hillman, individually and as President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, et al., defendants memorandum of law.
Kimball &c., v. N.H. Bible Society, &c. brief for trustees of Phillips Academy on motion for costs.
Bertha R. Kenkele and John P. Kinkel, as surviving trustees under the last will and testament of Philip A. Kenkele, deceased, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants and appellants respondents' points.
Last studies in criminology
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, April term, at Davenport, 1883, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant appeal from Scott District Court /
Laws of the United States relative to direct taxes
Justice and labor in the Mooney case
Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq., second son to the deceased Sir Kenneth Mackenzie of Cromarty, appellant, William Urquhart, of Meldrum, Esq., and others, the creditors on the estate of Cromarty, respondents the respondents case.
Kelly v. Kelly (Divorce Court.) : a report of the appeal against the judgment in the above case as contrary to morals, evidence, and law.
Legal opinions on the title of Richard S. Hackley to lands in East Florida with documents in relation to the climate and soil of Florida.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, no. 6900, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, intervenors and appellants, vs. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National Bank-Detroit, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division : brief for appellee.
Lee v. Rainey a few facts showing the reasons why the petition of Samuel Lee, to be paid expenses incurred in making the contest should be granted.
In the Court of Appeals, Lena Pappenheim, plaintiff and respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company et al., defendants and appellants brief for respondent.
Leben, Spekulationen, auszerordentliche Carriere und Ermordung von Col. James Fisk, Jr. Die Fisk-Stokes Tragḏie : Alles über Misz Mansfield : Jene inhaltsschweren, seltenen und geistreichen Liebesbriefe slattern nun in der Welt umher, und viele seltsame Dinge werden ausgedeckt.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, no. 6900, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, intervenors and appellants, vs. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National Bank-Detroit, appellee brief for intervenors and appellants.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, intervenors and appellants, vs. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National BankاDetroit, appellee, Union Guardian Trust Company as trustee of estate of Merrill B. Mills, intervenor and appellant, vs. B.C. Schram, receiver of Guardian National Bank of Commerce of Detroit, appellee transcript of record : appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 6th instant : a copy of the proceedings of a court martial for the trial of Col. Talbot Chambers, &c.
Letter from the Secretary of War in answer to resolution of the House of December 20, transmitting records and testimony of the court-martial in the trial of the Hon. B.G. Harris.
Ledesma Sugar Estates and Refining Co. Ld. versus Bank Frances Del Rio De La Plata todos los antecedentes.
Lewis H. Hyde, appellant, vs. the Continental Trust Company of the city of New York, et al. appeal for the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1920, Morris Levinson, petitioner, v. United States of America and S. Harry Johnson, respondents petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit : suggestion of the United States as to disposition of petition.
Letter addressed to Robert H. Ives, in reply to his published statements in relation to the case in equity Ives vs. Hazard
Leopold Zimmermann et al., plaintiffs, against Thomas W. Miller et al., defendants brief on behalf of defendant Deutsche Bank.
Letters to Rev. James Wilson, on the subject of his statements in a late pamphlet, called "A vindication of publick justice," &c. written in defence of the late council, holden in Boston and Providence /
Report of the proceedings on the investigation before the benchers of the Inner Temple (commencing 19th November and terminating 13th December, 1833) upon the application of D.W. Harvey, Esq., M.P., to be called to the bar
Report of the proceedings of the Court of Session in the Lethendy case the Rev. Thomas Clark, with concourse of Her Majesty's advocate, against the Presbytery of Dunkeld, and the Rev. Andrew Kessen /
Report of the proceedings in the case of Fitzgerald v. Northcote and another together with an introductory narrative and other documents.
Report of the trial by jury, Thomas Mackenzie, Esq., against Robert Roy, Esq. W.S
Report of the trial at large, Parr v. Benson in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, December 20, 1808 : before Lord Ellenborough and a special jury, in which the damages were laid at thirty thousand pounds /
Report of the proceedings under a brieve of idiotry, Peter Duncan against David Yoolow, tried at Coupar-Angus, 28-30 Jan. 1837 with an appendix of relative documents and an introduction /
Report of the special committee of the Board of Aldermen, appointed to investigate the "Ring" frauds, together with the testimony elicited during the investigation, Board of Aldermen, January 4, 1878, document no. 8
A report of the proceedings upon an information in the nature of a quo-warranto, at the suit of the King against Waller O'Grady, Esq., respecting the right of appointment to the office of clerk of the pleas in His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, tried at Bar in the Court of King's Bench, Dublin, upon the 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 22d, 23d, 25th, and 26th days of November, 1816
Report of the proceedings under the Treason Felony Act, II Vic., Cap. 12, at the Commission Court, Green-Street, Dublin, August and October, 1848
Report of the trial at bar of the Hon. Mr. Justice Johnson, one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, for a libel in the court of King's-Bench, on Saturday the 23d day of November, 1805 /
Report of the trial (in ejectment) Doe dem. Gibson and others v. Hargrave and others, Lancaster Assize, March 29, 1837
Report of the select committee of the House, to whom was referred the memorial of Charles J. Sykes, in relation to divorcing his wife from him
Report of the speeches of counsel on the important trial of Morison and others v. Harmer and another, proprietors of the Weekly Dispatch newspaper for libel, tried in the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, 10th of February, 1837, before the lord chief justice and a special jury
Report of the several trials of Robert M. Goodwin for manslaughter, before the Honourable Cadwallader D. Colden, mayor of the city of New-York, George B. Thorp, and Stephen Allen, aldermen, on the 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th days of March, 1820 and before the Honourable Jonas Platt, one of the justices of the Supreme Court, on the 17th, 18th, and 19th days of April, 1821
Report of the select committee on the New Orleans riots
Report of the trial an action on the case, brought by Silvanus Miller, Esq., late surrogate of the city and county of New-York, against Mordecai M. Noah, Esq., editor of the national advocate, for an alleged libel tried at the City-Hall, in the city of New-York, before the Circuit Court held in the First Judicial District in the state of New-York, by His Honour, Samuel R. Betts, Esq., on Friday, the 12th day of December, 1823 /
Report of the speech of the Solicitor General on the trial of the case of the King v. Richard Barrett, in the Court of King's Bench, in Ireland, on the 27th of November, 1833
Report of the trial by jury, David Armstrong against George Buchan Vair and Gideon Alston for sending a challenge to fight a duel /
Letter to the Hon. Lewis H. Sandford, assistant vice chancellor review of the opinion of the assistant vice chancellor in the case of Philip Kniskern and others vs. Philip Wieting, the evangelical lutheran churches of St. John's at Durlach, and St. Peter's at New Rhinebeck in Sharon, and others /
Treaty stipulations with Chickasaw Indians letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate from the Secretary of the Interior of an appropriation to fulfill treaty stipulations with the Chickasaw Nation of Indians.
In the House of Lords, Lieutenant James Fyfe and Archibald Young Procurator Fiscal of the county of Banff, appellants, Margaret Williamson, wife of James Gordon, in Haugh of Edinglassie and said James Gordon for his interest, respondents, in the action against the appellants for damages, &c. the appellants' case.
Libel suit of Edwin Forrest against N.P. Willis, 1859
The poison fiend! life, crimes, and conviction of Lydia Sherman, (the modern Lucretia Borgia,) recently tried in New Haven, Conn., for poisoning three husbands and eight of her children : her life in full! exciting account of her trialاthe fearful evidence : the most startling and sensational series of crimes ever committed in this country : her conviction and confession.
Life, character, and [career] of Edward W. Green, postmaster of Malden, the murderer of Frank E. Converse
Life of Hugh Macleod, assynt, embracing a report of his trial at the Circuit Court, Inverness, on 23rd Sept., 1831, for the murder of Murdoch Grant, pedlar, with evidence, including that of Kenneth Fraser, "The dreamer," and an account of the execution
Life and forensic career of E. Vaughan Kenealy, Q.C., L.L.D., with selections from speeches delivered during celebrated trials, including that in favor of the "claimant" during the memorable trial at bar extracts from his works, poetry, &c. /
Life and adventures of the accomplished forger and swindler, Colonel Monroe Edwards
Life and crimes of George L. Shaftsbury
Life, trial and extraordinary adventures of John H. Surratt, the conspirator a correct account and highly interesting narrative of his doings and adventures from childhood to the present time.
Life, trial, confession and conviction of John Ware, for the murder of his father, near Berlin, Camden County, New Jersey
Life and dying confession of John Van Alstine, executed March 19, 1819, for the murder of William Huddleston, Esq., deputy sheriff of the county of Schoharie with a full account of his trial before the Honorable Ambrose Spencer, in Schoharie, Feb. 17, 1819 : together with Mr. Hamilton's speech and Chief Justice Spencer's sentence.
Life and times of Burke & Hare stories of the resurrectionists.
Lillias Borthwick, spinster, appellant, John Borthwick of Cruickston, Esquire, respondent the appellant's case.
Life and trial of Dr. Abner Baker, Jr., (a monomaniac) who was executed October 3, 1845, for the alleged murder of his brother-in-law, Daniel Bates including letters and petitions in favor of a pardon and narrative of the circumstances attending his execution, etc., etc. /
Life and confession of Amos Miner, who was tried and convicted before the Hon. Supreme Court of Rhode-Island, at their March term, 1833, of the murder of John Smith, Esq., town-sergeant of Foster, while in the performance of his duty in said town, on the 20th day of June, 1832, and by said court sentenced to be hanged July 5, 1833
Libel suit of Chief Justice Ames against Thomas R. Hazard Hon. Joseph M. Blake's argument for defendant upon plaintiff's demurrer.
Life, adventures, strange career and assassination of Col. James Fisk, Jr. the Fisk-Stokes tragedy, all about Miss Mansfield.
Life and confession of Ann Walters, the female murderess! also, the execution of Enos G. Dudley, at Haverhill, N.H., May 23d, 1849 : to which is added to confession of Mary Runkle, who was executed for murdre [sic]
Lord Camden's argument in Doe on the demise of Hindson, & ux. & al. v. Kersey wherein Lord Mansfield's argument in Wyndham v. Chetwynd, is considered and answered.
Life, trial, [and] confession of Rees W. Evans tried and convicted for the murder of Louis Reese, at the April sessions of the Luzerne County Court, held at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania /
Life, character, and execution of Christopher Slaughterford for the murder of Jane Young, for which he had been before acquitted.
List of cases for trial at the Glasgow Winter Circuit, December 1831
Life and adventures Arthur Spring, the murderer of Ellen Lynch and Honora Shaw
Lizzie Alida Sexton, on behalf of herself and Horace C. Sexton and Gordon W. Sexton, infants and next of kin of Floyd Sexton, deceased, petitioner, vs. the Newark District Telegraph Company, respondent summary proceeding under Workingmen's Compensation Act of 1911 : opinion /
Life Association of America against James A. Rhodes
Life and confession of Reuben A. Dunbar, convicted and executed for the murder of Stephen V. and David L. Lester, (aged 8 and 10 years) in Westerlo, Albany County, September 28, 1850
Francis Vose, appellant, agst. the National City Bank impleaded with Harrison Reed and others, respondents points for respondent, National City Bank.
Before the Inter-State Commerce Commission, Francis B. Thurber, et al., Committee of the New York Board of Trade and Transportation vs. New York Central & Hudson River R.R.Co., Pennsylvania R.R.Co., New York, Lake Erie & Western R.R.Co., Baltimore & Ohio R.R.Co., and Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R.R.Co., no. 65, Thomas L. Greene, manager of the Merchants' Freight Burreau, etc., et al., vs. the same, no. 66, Francis H. Leggett, et al., vs. the same, no. 67
Florida state bonds, issued under the manipulation of Milton S. Littlefield
Francis A. Huck, appellant, against George J. Kraus, respondent case on appeal.
Francis A. Winslow
Francis Francia, having been formerly arraigned upon the indictment found against him for high-treason and having pleaded not guilty, was this day brought to the bar upon his tryal
Final decree on mandate
Field vs. Pope, interference dynamo-electric machines testimony on behalf of Pope.
Francis Vose against Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others statement of case and points for appellant.
Francis Vose, appellant, against the Florida Railroad Company, David L. Yulee, Edward N. Dickerson, Marshall O. Roberts and Isaac K. Roberts, respondents points for appellant.
Nathaniel A. Cowdrey, Horace Galpen, Frederick P. James, William Gould, David M. Hughes, Russell Sage, and the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company
Dwight A. Foster, respondent, vs. Clark D. Rhinehart, as sheriff of the county of Kings, appellant, brief for appellant
Francis G. Caffey, as receiver of New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company, complainant, vs. Atlantic, Gulf and West Indies Steamship Lines and others, defendants bill of complaint.
Francis A. Lazenby, etc., plaintiff, against International Cotton Mills Corporation and others, defendants brief for defendants.
Francis A. Winslow Mr. Norris, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report.
Francis Vose, respondent, vs. David L. Yulee, appellant statement and points for plaintiff (respondent) on appeal to General term from judgment entered on the verdict in plaintiff's favor, ordered by the judge at the circuit.
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 Queen's Bench, February 14th & 15th, 1866 : before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury with remarks on the evidence of the convict casely and that of the professional engineers, &c., &c., &c., with illustrations /
Francis A. Lazenby, etc., plaintiff, against International Cotton Mills Corporation, impleaded and others, defendants closing brief for plaintiffs.
Folkestone ritual case the substance of the argument delivered before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council /
Sketches of trials in Ireland for high treason, etc. including the speeches of Mr. Curran at length : accompanied by certain papers illustrating the history and present state of that country.
Francis Vose, appellant, against Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, Almon R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, Simon B. Conover, trustees &c., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, Moses Taylor and the National City Bank, respondents points for appellant in reply.
Fictitious heiress of Dr. Burdell, confessions of the accoucher, bold game of Mrs. Cunningham
No. 14244, In the Supreme Court of Illinois, October term, A.D., 1921, Fay B. Harder, appellant, vs. Ben H. Matthews et al., appellees appeal from Circuit Court, Pike County, Illinois, Hon. Fred G. Wolfe, chancellor : brief and argument for Ben H. Matthews et al., appellees.
Francis R. Hart, et al., appellants, v. Ernest Wiltsee, et al., appellees, in the matter of Henry S. Parker v. New England Oil Corporation appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, from decrees (Anderson. J.), August 13, 1924, April 27, October 7 and 8, December 14, 1925, and May 15, 1926.
Fergus Mullen, plaintiff and respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant case and exceptions.
The autobiography of George Bidwell, the famous ticket-of-leave man brought up a Puritan-successful struggles against poverty-a merchant-his commercial misfortunes, temptations, and ultimate fall, his unexampled career in America and Europe, his trial and incarceration in English prisons, fourteen years on a life sentence for "the
No. 3167, In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Federal Trade Commission, petitioner, v. Thatcher Manufacturing Company, respondent answer to respondent's petition for rehearing.
First mortgage the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company to United States Trust Company of New York and John A. Stewart, trustees, dated July 1, 1898.
Francis Vose, plaintiff, agst. Nathan'l A. Cowdrey, Horace Galpen, Frederick P. James, William Gould, David M. Hughes, Russell Sage, James T. Soutter and Shepherd Knapp, trustees, &c., and the Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company, defendants
Trial for mal-practice, Frank P. Frisby by his next friend Pearson Noble vs. Dr. Leonard Pratt, in the Circuit Court of Carroll County, state of Illinois, March 7th, 1864
Before the Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, Francisco E. Cazañas and Entriqueta Garcia, his wife v. the United States, no. 261 and Francisco E. Cazañas v. the United States, no. 262 on final hearing : statement of facts and brief for the defendant.
In the Supreme Court of the United States October term, 1914, Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff in error, v. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bertha Moores and Amedee M. Smith, constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission of the state of Oregon, defendants in error, no. 507 Elmira Simpson, plaintiff in error, v. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bertha Moores and Amedee M. Smith, constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission of the State of Oregon, defendants in error, no. 508 : brief on behalf of defendants in error.
Francis Vose vs. the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, of Florida
Francis Vose, appellant, against Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, Almon R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, Simon B. Conover, trustees, &c., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, Moses Taylor, and the National City Bank, respondents case.
Fraser v. Berkeley and another
Frank Mohnhaupt, pl'ff & resp't, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, def't & appel't resp't's statement and points.
In the United States Circuit Court for the Northern District of Florida, Francis Vose, complainant, and Harrison Reid, et. al., Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, et. al. bill for discovery, injunction and relief.
Francis Vose, plaintiff, against Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others, defendants copy amended complaint.
Francis Vose vs. Nathaniel A. Cowdrey, Horace Galpen, Frederick P. James, William Gould, David M. Hughes, Russell Sage and the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company abstract of pleadings.
Charles Keller, et al., constituting the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. Potomac Electric Power Company, appellee brief for appellee.
Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission, defendants in error, Elmira Simpson, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission, defendants in error brief for defendant in error.
Louisville election contest cases, in the Court of Appeals of the state of Kentucky, April term, 1907, argued April 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, decided May 22, 1907, Charles L. Scholl, appellant, versus Henry A. Bell, appellee ; Arthur Peter, appellant, versus Charles A. Wilson, appellee appeals from the Jefferson Circuit Court : opinion by Lassing, J.
Francis Vose, plaintiff, appellant, against the Florida Railroad Co., et al., defendants, respondents case on appeal.
Francis Vose vs. Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others deposition of plaintiff taken before trial.
Francis Vose, appellant, against Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others, respondents case on appeal, from judgment sustaining demurrers of defendants.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1910, Fred Light, appellant, v. the United States on appeal from the circuit court of the United States for the district of Colorado, supplemental brief for the United States.
Francis Vose, vs. trustees Internal Improvement Fund general exceptions to coupons of Florida, Atlantic & Gulf Central Railroad.
Francis Vose against Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, Almon R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, Simon B. Conover, trustees, &c., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, Moses Taylor, and the National City Bank points for plaintiff on demurrer of the defendants other than Taylor and the National City Bank, to the complaint.
Fraser C. Fuller, plaintiff and respondents, against Edward Kemp Jr., defendant and appellant papers on appeal.
Frank Mohnhaupt, by guardian ad litem, plaintiff and respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant case and exceptions.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Oregon, October term, 1913, Frank C. Stettler, appellant, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, Bertha Moores and Amedee M. Smith, constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission of the state of Oregon, respondents brief of Dan J. Malarkey and E.B. Seabrook for respondents : appeal from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Multnomah County : Hon T.J. Cleeton.
Fraser C. Fuller, plaintiff, against Edward Kemp, Jr., defendant brief for defendant and appellant on appeal from an order denying a motion made by the defendant, that plaintiff reply to new matter set up in the answer herein.
Francis Vose, appellant, against Harrison Reed, Robert H. Gamble, Almon R. Meek, Frank W. Webster, Simon B. Conover, trustees, &c., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida, Moses Taylor, and the National City Bank, respondents points for appellant on appeal to general term.
Fraser C. Fuller, plaintiff and respondent, against Edward Kemp, Jr., defendant and appellant brief for defendant and appellant on appeal from a judgment entered in favor of the plaintiff on a trial before the court without a jury.
Frederic J. Betts and Erastus C. Benedict, sole surviving executors of the last will and testament of Ephraim Holbrook, deceased. against George F. Betts and Emily Betts, executor and executrix, &c., of Saml. R. Betts, deceased, the New York Association for improving the condition of the poor, and others amended summons and complaint.
Frederick A. Gilmore, claimant, appellant, v. James Ritchie, libellant, appellee brief for claimant and appellant.
Francis Vose, appellant, vs. Greene C. Bronson, James F. Soutter and Shepherd Knapp, trustees, et al. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Wisconsin : filed October 14, 1867.
Fraser C. Fuller, plaintiff and respondent, against Edward Kemp. Jr., defendant and appellant respondent's points.
Francis Vose vs. the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, et al.
Frank Mohnhaupt, by guardian ad litem, plaintiff and respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant case and exceptions and return from Marine Court.
Francis Vose vs. the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, et al. testimony taken before L. Philips, Feb. 22, 1879.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1808, Frank P. Blair, Jr., plaintiff in error, vs. J.S. Thompson, et al. closing argument of Hon. Wm. M. Evarts, for plaintiff in error.
Frank Silver, plaintiff-appellant, against Park-Lex Holding Corporation, Garfield L. Miller, individually and as trustee under a certain mortgage or deed of trust dated December 1st, 1924, Park River Holding Corporation, Helen Goodman, Barney Improvement Corporation, Joseph Corn, Dora Finkelstein, Susan Galligan, Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York, Dora G. Joseph, Jane Francke, Museum Operating Corporation, Harry Shwitzer, Samuel D. Shwitzer, Elias Lipshitz and Isidore Efros, defendants-respondents case on appeal.
Bill and order, Mary Baker Glover Eddy v. Calvin A. Frye & A. Merrimack ss, Superior Court, April term, 1907.
The bark John H. Pearson brief for libellants.
The streamer "William Crane" brief for libellants, appellees.
Closing arguments by Hon. Dwight Foster, Hon. Wm. H. Trescot and Hon. Richard H. Dana, Jr. on behalf of the United States, before the Fishery Commission, convened at Halifax, Nova Scotia, under the Fishery Articles of the Treaty of Washington of May 8, 1871.
City of Concord v. Concord Horse Railroad additional suggestions for defendants.
Chronicles of Bow Street police-office with an account of the magistrates, "Runners," and police and a selection of the most interesting cases /
Claim of Joseph Walton & Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa. for losses by collision of Steamer I.N. Bunton with pier of Davis Island Dam, January 2, 1884.
Circumstantial narrative of the life and trial of Jonathan Wild, including genuine memoirs of his numerous and daring accomplices
Clark R. Griggs, appellant, vs. Melville C. Day and Daniel E. Garrison, as surviving executors, etc., of C.K. Garrison, deceased, respondents opinions.
In Chancery, the city of Toronto v. Bowes
City of Spokane, et al., v. Northern Pacific Railway, et al. brief for complainants.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term 1925, no. 151, city of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Fagan Bourland, as mayor of said city, M.J. Miller, et al., appellants, vs. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States, for the Western District of Arkansas : brief for appellants.
Clarke v. Bradlaugh copy of the notes of the judgments delivered by the Honourable Mr. Justice Mathew and the Lords Justices of Appeal, and of the pleadings, in the action of Clarke v. Bradlaugh (Mr. Attorney general)
Prerogative Court, Dublin, Wednesday, June 16, 1852, Close and Blacker judgment.
Clay Commercial Telephone Co., et al., appellants, v. American Bell Telephone Co., et al. brief for appellees.
Francis Vose, plaintiff, respondent, against David L. Yule, defendant, appellant case and exceptions on appeal to the general term from judgment.
Francis Vose, complainant, and Harrison Reed, et. als., the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund et. als., defendants amended to petition of the Southern Inland Navigation and Improvement Company.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Francis Vose, vs. the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida et al. exceptions to master's report : brief.
In the Supreme Court of Mississippi, Frank Hawkins vs. the Board of Supervisors argument in reply.
Francis Vose, plaintiff, against Nathaniel A. Cowdrey and others, defendants copy complaint.
Notes of trial taken by His Honor Judge Betts, referred to in the bill of complaint, U.S. Circuit Court : Frederick E. Sickels and Truman Cook against John F. Rodman Monday, Dec. 4, 1853, J.B. Staples for plt'ffs., R. Ten Brook for def't., Tuesday, Dec. 5th.
Genuine letters that pass'd between Miss Blandy and Miss Jeffries before and after conviction
John Frieler, plaintiff, vs. the Broadway and Seventh Avenue Railroad Company, and the Ninth Avenue Railroad Company, defendants points for the Broadway and Seventh Avenue R.R. Co., defendants.
To lovers of truth & justice
Full particulars of the dreadful murder of Emily Holland, at Blackburn
Full report of the trial Chew versus Duke, for libel and slander, at the Warwick Assizes, August, 1859, before Lord Chief Justice Erle
Nancy, Bartholomew Rooke, master, Frederick Maitland, Esq., and Charles Webber, Esq., appellants and Bartholomew Rooke, respondent the appellants case.
Compañía Alemana Transatlántica de Electricidad y Municipalidad de la Capital (arbitraje sobre interpretacion de contrato) /
The Court of Appeals of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
[Coffey case] [transcript on appeal]
Free-masonry unmasked, or, Minutes of the trial of a suit in the Court of Common Pleas of Adams County, wherein Thaddeus Stevens, Esq., was plaintiff, and Jacob Lefever, defendant
Edward H. Coffin, et al., vs. the Steam towboat "Osceola," &c. points for libellant.
Colonel Thornton's transactions and negotiations with Robert Christis Burton, Esq., legally, morally and liberally considered
Edward H. Coffin, et al., libellants and appellees, against the Steam towboat "Osceola" her engines, &c., Patrick Ronan, claimant and appellant points for appellant.
Commonwealth vs. Tack Brothers, et al., quarter sessions, conspiracy, Philada, April 14, 1868, F. Carroll Brewster, judge commonwealth's testimony, and addresses by D.W. O'Brien and L.C. Cassidy, Esqs., for defendants /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, Samuel R. Colhoun, appellant, v. the United States appeal from the Court of Claims : brief for the United States in opposition to suggestion of diminution of the record and motion for certiorari.
Contested election, Fifth District, South Carolina, G.D. Tillman, contestant, vs. Robert Smalls, contestee brief of contestee.
General Outdoor Advertising Co., Inc., et al., appellants, vs. Samuel Hoar, et al. appeal from the Supreme Judicial Court for the county of Suffolk, Commonwealth of Massachusetts : filed June 4, 1935.
Full report of the examination of F.C. Giddings, charged with wife poisoning
Frederick Wolbert's trial before seven respectable arbitrators, who awarded six hundred dollars damages against him for violating his duty as a magistrate and trampling on the rights of the citizen
George Furlong, administrator, &c., of Thomas R. McDermott, deceased, plff., appellant, vs. the Broadway and Seventh Avenue Railroad Company, defendant, respondent respondent's points.
Ann Eliza Gannett, administratrix, &c. vs. the United States
Full & authentic report of the Tilak trial, (1908.) being the only authorised verbatim account of the whole proceedings with introduction and character sketch of Bal Gangadhar Tilak, together with press opinion.
General court martial held at the Royal Barracks, Dublin, for the trial of Brevet Lieutenat-Colonel Hon. Thomas Mullins, captain of the 44th Regiment of Foot the court assembled on the 11th of July, 1815, and continued by adjournments to the 1st of August following on the annex'd charges.
[Columbian Centinel : Gardiner vs. Freeman : trial for libel]
Genuine report of the state trials for high treason comprising the opening of the special commission, the lord president's charge to the grand jury, list of names and places of residence of the witnesses and jurors, arraignment of the prisoners, copy of the indictment, challenging of the jury, speeches verbatim of the attorney and solicitor generals, examination of witnesses, copies of all the papers read in evidence, speeches verbatim of Messrs. Erskine and Gibbs, defence of the prisoners, summary of the lord president, verdict of the jury, &c. &c. /
Frederick P. James, Abram M. Brewer, E. Bradford Grenleaf, Philip S. Justice, Elkanah Cobb, John V. Bean, Philip Wilson, and J. Howard Mitchell, appellants, vs. the Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Wisconsin.
Contested election, G.D. Tillman vs. Robert Smalls, Fifth Congressional District of South Carolina brief for contestant.
Full and authentic report of the important case of the Attorney General, at the relation of George Mathews and others, against the Rev. Joseph Hutton, James C. Ledlie, D.D., and others, being the ministers and members of Eustace-St. Congregation, in the city of Dublin
Frederick P. James, Abram Brewer, E. Bradford Greenleaf, Philip S. Justice, Elkanah Cobb, John V. Bean, Philip Wilson, and J. Howard Mitchell, appellants, vs. La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company, and Selah Chamberlain
Genuine memoirs of the lives of George and Joseph Weston, now under sentence of death in Newgate, the first for forgery the latter for shooting at John Davis, and wounding him in Cock-Lane including a particular account of all their adventures, exploits, manجuvres, forgeries, travels, amours, and intrigues of different kinds from their infancy to the present time : with a curious and authentic description of the manner of their being taken very different from what has hitherto been represented : to which is now added an account of their escaping from Newgate, on the second of July, 1782, and the manner of their being re-taken : with their trials at large at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday, July, 6 /
Frederick Wissman, libellant, ads., the Ship HowardاSchmidt & Balchen, claimants and appellants brief on the part of the appellee.
In the District Court of the United States, district of Maryland, the United States of America, petitioner, v. American Can Company, Sanitary Can Company, Missouri Can Company, Martin Wagner Company, Boston Wharf Company, Max Ams Machine Company, Freeman-Duncan Transfer and Realty Company, Hawaiian Pineapple Company (Ltd.), American Sheet and Tin Plate Company, Daniel G. Reid, Fred S. Wheeler, Henry W. Phelps, Franklin Rudolph, Rensselaer H. Ismon, W.F. Dutton, Roy A. Burger, Frank D. Throop, William T. Graham, Edmund C. Converse, Francis L. Hine, James McLean, George G. McMurtry, William Henry Moore, Joseph W. Ogden, Ray L. Skofield, J. Hobart Moore, William Y. Bogle, George W. Cobb, William A. Wagner, Edward A. Kerr, Frederick W. Wagner, Charles M. Ams, Emil Ams, Joseph B. Russell, William G. Duncan, Michael Espert, defendants original petition.
Complete report of the trial of Rev. I.S. Kalloch, on the charge of adultery
Connecticut River Lumber Company v. Olcott Falls Company second brief for defendants.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer, as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the city of New York, defendants
Full report of the extraordinary divorce case, Grady v. Grady, co-respondent, Michael Monahan with copies of the original love letters that passed between them : tried in the Matrimonial & Probate Court, commencing November 30th, 1880 /
Department of Agriculture, before Hon. James Wilson, secretary of agriculture, in the matter of the prohibition under the meat inspection amendment of June 30, 1906, of the transportation and sale in interstate commerce of lard substitute prepared in the United States, from imported oleo stearine and vegetable oil in connection with and as supplementary to the letter of the G.H. Hammond Company, addressed to the secretary of agriculture, dated March 2nd, 1911, we submit the following statement and argument upon the legal proposition involved in the determination of the question referred to and submited in said letter.
In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, (December 5th, 6th, and 7th, 1887.), before the Hon. Mr. Baron Huddleston and a special jury of the city of London, between Gedge, Kirby & Millett, plaintiffs, and Edmund Barnes, defendant
Full and revised report of the [eig]ht 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 5th, 1877
Genuine copies of all the letters which passed between the Right Honourable the Lord Chancellor, and the sheriffs of London and Middlesex, and between the sheriffs and the secretary of state relative to the execution of Doyle and Valine
General index to the collection of state trials
Genuine memoirs of Messieurs Perreaus (now under confinement) with many curious anecdotes relative to Mrs. Rudd, that have never before transpired /
Considerations on the principles of naval discipline and Naval Courts-Martial in which the doctrines lately laid down in the House of Commons upon those subjects, are examined, and the conduct of the courts-martial on Admiral Keppel and Sir Hugh Palliser, are compared.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. William S. Jackson, as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, William R. Willcox, William McCarroll, Edward M. Bassett, Milo R. Maltbie and John E. Eustis, constituting the Public Service Commission of the First District and the city of New York, defendants
Consolidated case, Boston, Concord & Montreal R.R., v. Boston & Lowell R.R., same v. Boston & Maine R.R., same v. B. & M.R.R. and B. & L.R.R.
Confessions, trials and biographical sketches of the most cold blooded murderers who have been executed in this country from its first settlement down to the present timeاcompiled entirely from the most authentic sources : containing also, accounts of various other daring outrages committed in this and other countries.
In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division, in equity, George Arrowsmith, plaintiff, v. Wilber M. Brucker, et al., defendants, no. 4798, Polonia Publishing Company, a Michigan corporation, plaintiff, v. Wilber M. Brucker, et al., defendants, no. 4816, Francesco Dimeglio, plaintiff v. Wilber M. Brucker, et al., defendants, no. 4825, John Petrowsky, plaintiff, v. Wilber M. Brucker, et al., defendants, no. 4826 brief for plaintiffs on applications for temporary injunctions and in opposition to motions to dismiss.
In the Supreme Court of United States, December term, 1871, George Chorpenning, appellant, vs. the United States, no. 9, appeal from the Court of Claims brief for the United States.
George F. Willett, et al., v. Robert F. Herrick, et als. brief for the defendants Robert F. Herrick and F.S. Moseley & Co.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer as attorney general of the State of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the City of New York, defendants
[Consolidated Gas Company vs. New York Attorney General Mayer] indexes.
Conceptos Juridicos En Favor De Los Derechos De La Nación Y De The Colombian Northern Railway Company, Ltd en el pleito promovido contra estas entidades por el departamento de cundinamarca.
Concerning the heresy trial of Rt. Rev. William Montgomery Brown, D.D., member of the House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U.S.A.
George R. Moore, plaintiff and respondent, against William C. Conner and others, executors, &c., defendants and appellants action no. 2., case and exceptions and return from Marine Court.
In the District Court of the state of Iowa in and for Scott County, George H. French, administrator of the estate of Henry W. Lee, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Griswold College and William Stevens Perry, bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Iowa, defendants, October term, A.D., 1878, petition in equity
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Brig Eagle, Hugh Manning, master, George Mowatt of Kingston in the island of Jamaica, merchant, a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, the claimant for and on behalf of Edward Penman and James Gardner of Charleston, South Carolina, merchants and copartners, carrying on trade under the firm of James and Edward Penman and Co., and respectively citizens of the United States of America, of the Cargo of the said Brig, consisting of 240 Hogsheads and 180 cases of Claret, one case of umbrellas and one box of medicines and quantity of shingles, -and Samuel Mantle of Tudor-Street, London, gentleman, likewise a subject of our Sovereign Lord the King, the claimant for and on behalf of John Titus Morgan formerly of Boston, but now of Charleston aforesaid, merchant, a citizen of the said United States of America and the owner of the said Brig of freight, demurrage and expences, appellants, George Martin Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Magicienne, John Hills Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of war Hermione and James Pervost Esq., commander of His Majesty's armed Schooner Flying Fish, the captors, respondents (on consolidated appeals from the Vice-Admiralty Court of island of Jamaica) : case on behalf of the appellants.
Connecticut River Lumber Co., v. Olcott Falls Co.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer, as attorney general of the state of New York, et al, defendants, before Arthur H. Masten, Esq., special master witness index (prepared by Indexing Department Edward Carrol, Jr. Co.)
Head Quarters, Dept. E. Tenn., Knoxville, August 17th, 1863 at the Military Court of the Department of East Tennessee, (appointed under act of Congress of October 9th, 1862), was arrainged and tried.
Confessions, trials and biographical sketches of the most cold blooded murderers who have been executed in this country from its first settlement down to the present time /
Confession and execution of John Hadcock, 2d., for the murder of Mrs. Mary Gregg
Conduct of Judge George W. English
The Conspiracy in Navy Department against Smith Brothers, of Boston for their testimony before a Congressional Committee, its defeat, at what cost? an appeal to Congress to protect its witnesses.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer, as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the city of New York, defendants before Arthur H. Masten, special master, New York, October 16, 1906.
Considerations on the Douglas cause in a letter from a gentleman in Scotland to his friend in London.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucien L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the City of New York, defendants
Conn. River Lumber Co., v. Olcott Falls Co. brief for defendant.
Contested-election case, Wickersham v. Sulzer Mr. Wilson of Louisiana, from the Committee on Elections no. 1, submitted the following report.
Copy of the information
An analysis of the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the Coronada [sic] coal case
Contested election case of Cornelius J. Jones vs. Thos. C. Catchings, from the Third Congressional District of the state of Mississippi
Contested election case of Walter Evans vs. Oscar Turner from the Fifth Congressional District of the state of Kentucky.
Copy of the record of the trial of Selden Braynard, in the Municipal Court of Boston with some explanatory remarks, to correct impressions made by inaccurate reports in the newspapers.
Correspondence between the Right Rev. Dr. Wiseman, V.A.L.D., and the Rev. Richard Boyle in referrence to the sudden removal of the latter from the Catholic Church of S. John's, Islington : with explanatory observations, addressed to the congregation /
De Jonge Hendrick Brouwer, Cornelis Engels, master Cornelis Engels, claimant and appellant and Thomas Robson, captor and respondent : to be heard at the Cockpit.
In the House of Representatives, Forty-sixth Congress, contested election Second Congressional District, South Carolina, arising out of the election of November 5th, 1878 brief of E.W.M. Mackey, contestant.
Contested-election case of James S. Davenport v. T.A. Chandler from the First Congressional District of Oklahoma
Hunter-Armstrong traged[y] the great trial : conviction of Benj. F. Hunter, for the murder of John M. Armstrong.
Constitution of the state of Indiana adopted in convention at Corydon, on the 29th of June, A.D. 1816, and of the independence of the United States, the fortieth.
Copy of the proceedings of the court martial and findings of the president, in the case of assistant surgeon James Simons, with other evidence
Continental Trust Company of the city of New York, survivor of John M. Butler, complainant, vs. Toledo, St. Louis and Kansas City R.R. Co., et al., respondents in the matter of the intervening petition of the contracting and building company of Kentucky : brief on behalf of the Continental Trust Company, surviving trustee.
Cook, the murderer, or, The Leicester tragedy being a full and faithful account of the horrible assassination of Mr. John Paas of London, on the 30th of May, 1832 : perpetrated by James Cook of Leicester : with an authentic detail of the cruel means adopted by the murdered to accomplish the bloody deed : and of the inhuman method which he used to dispose of the body of his murdered victim : to which is added, the singular manner, in which the melancholy fate of the deceased gentleman was discovered, the flight of the culprit, his subsequent apprehension at Liverpool, and his confession of the Barbarous fact, with his trial, conviction, sentence, and execution /
[Contested election William H. Clagett vs. Fred T. Dubois supplementary brief and argument of William H. Clagett]
Corrections of errors found in Railroads' exhibit no. I, relating to firemen's and hostler's rates of wages and compensatory rules on Eastern Railroads
Copy of the last will and testament of the Late Robert Richard Randall, Esq. of the act of incorporation, and of the other acts of the Legislature of the state of New-York : respecting the Sailors' snug harbor : together with the names of the persons who have acted as trustees of the same : with their by-laws, &c. /
Copy of the proceedings of a general court martial, held at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, on Friday, the sixth, and continued by adjournment till Monday, the ninth day of January, 1804, on Major-General Burton, lieutenant-colonel of the Third Regiment of foot guards
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, Cornelius Brainard, collector of Internal Revenue, plaintiff in error, vs. Henry G. Hubbard, No. 122 in error to the Supreme Court of Errors of the State of Connecticut : brief for the United States.
Contested election case, Newland vs. Graham February 24, 1836 : read and ordered to be printed : Mr. Boyd, from the Committee of Elections, to which the subject had been referred, submitted the following report.
Correspondence between H.H.M.'s Secy. of State for Foreign Affairs and Her Britannic Majesty's consul-general on the subject of Richard Charlton's claim to land
Correspondence relating to the Sitapur murder case
Melissa Cornell, as administratrix, &c., respt., agst. Bank for Savings in the City of New York, applt. respondent's points.
Correspondence and documents relating to the suspension of W.P. Grant, Esq. from the office of master in the Supreme Court of Judicature, at Fort William, in Bengal, on the 6th June, 1848.
Answers for John Gallaway of Burrow-meadow, defender to the petition of Thomas Lord Erskine, David Erskine of Dun, Esq., James Robertson tenant in Old-byres, Tosbach daughter of the Deceast David Tosbach, merchant in Stirling and Robert Maiben, postmaster in Stirling her husband for his interest, James Robertson in Old-byres, William Robertson his eldest son, John Robertson in Greegart and James Robertson his eldest lawful son, pursuers.
In the matter of appeal of Major John S. Cocks, brigade inspector, 3rd brigade, N.Y.S.M., from the proceedings of a court-martial, convened by division order, dated Aug. 23, 1856
Answers for John Paisley Boxmaster, James Jamieson Collector and the other masters of the Incorporation of Weavers in the Burgh of Paisley, to the petition of James Alexander, weaver in Causeywayside of Paisley
Appeal to the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Privy Council from the judgment of the Chancery Court of York on a charge of heresy (pronounced 2nd December, 1869) read before their Lordships on the 10th, 14th, and 15th November, 1870
Copy of letter, William E. Chandler to Frank S. Streeter
Copy of the record in the case of Stockdale v. Hansard
Contested election case Second Congressional District of South Carolina, Buttz vs. Mackey speech of Hon. E.W.M. Mackey, of South Carolina, in the House of Representatives, July 19, 1876.
East India (conspiracy) copy of the judgement of the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad in the revolutionary conspiracy case.
Corporation of Dublin against William Thomas trial at bar by the Court of King's Bench, and a special jury had on the 12th, 13th, and 14th days of November, 1827.
Appendix, copy of the wills and codicils of James, Late Earl of Anglesey
Copy of the short-hand writer's notes of the arguments and the judgment of the Court of the Exchequer Chamber, in the case of Gosset v. Howard
Correct report of the trial of James M. Bickford and Thomas Cook for the murder of John B. Secor, on the 6th day of June, 1853, in the town of Franklin, Franklin Co., N.Y. : containing the evidence, the judge's charge to the prisoners, the sentences and the confession of Thomas Cook.
Appendix to the amended petition of Jane Wortham for leave to bring in a bill to dissolve, rescind, and make void the marriage of William Burton Newenham and Frances Louisa, the petitioner's daughter and to enable her to marry again
In the House of Representatives, Fifty-fourth Congress, contested election case of H.D. Coleman vs. Charles F. Buck from the Second Congressional District of Louisiana : contestant's brief of facts and authorities.
Copy of the record in the case, Robert Fletcher vs. John Peck decided at the Circuit Court of the United States for the First Circuit, held at Boston, within and for the district of Massachusetts, on the twentieth day of October, anno domini 1807.
Contested election case of Britt v. Weaver hearings before the Committee on Elections No. 3, House of Representatives, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session, on the contested election case of James J. Britt v. Zebulon Weaver, May 23 and 24, 1918.
Contested election case of George M. Davison vs. G.G. Gilbert from the Eighth Congressional District of the state of Kentucky.
Correspondence between Mr. Granville Sharpe Pattison and Dr. N. Chapman
Correspondence concerning the purchase of naval supplies
Correspondence, documents, evidence and proceedings in the enquiry of Messrs. Lafrenaye & Doherty, commissioners, into the office of the clerk of the crown and clerk of the peace, Montreal followed by the remarks of Messrs. Delisle & Schiller on so much of the report of the commissioners as has been allowed to transpire and the remarks of Mr. Brehaut, on the letter announcing to him the causes of his dismissal, as the whole appeared in the Montreal gazette.
Crimes against criminals
The Covode investigation
Credentials of Gerald P. Nye as a senator from North Dakota
Answers to the articles of impeachment against the Judge of Probate for the county of Middlesex
Antiquities discovered in Stirlingshire
In the Common Pleas, Grissell v. Bristowe special case and judgment of the Court of Common Pleas.
In the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Guaranty Trust Company of New York, as trustee, complainant, against New York Railways Company, the Farmers Loan and Trust Company, Job E. Hedges, as receiver of New York Railways Company, the American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, William Nodwell, Margaret Nodwell, Joseph R. McGuire, et al., defendants, in equity no. E16-163 amended and supplemental bill of complainant in foreclosure.
Cotton warehouse receipts opinion by Circuit Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit : defining rights of holders against trustee in bankruptcy /
Criminal chronology or, The new Newgate calendar, being interesting memoirs of notorious characters : who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England : during the seventeenth century and brought down to the present time chronologically arranged : comprising traitors, murderers, incendiaries, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, coiners, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, extortioners, sharpers, forgerers, pickpockets, fraudulent bankrupts, moneydroppers, imposters, and theives of every description : and containing a number of interesting cases never before published : with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations on particular cases : explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added, a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world /
Correspondence with the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance
Ann G. MacGregor, &c., appellants, against James MacGregor, Jr., &c., respondents
Court of Impeachment for the trial of James Prescott, Esquire, judge of probate, &c., for the county of Middlesex on articles of impeachment, presented against him by the representatives of the people of Massachusetts, for misconduct and mal-administration in office.
Banda and Kirwee booty proceedings before the Right Honourable Stephen Lushington, D.C.L.
The county of Sacramento, plaintiff in error, vs. the Central Pacific Railroad Company in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of California : filed october 3, 1884.
In the Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims, Washington, D.C. brief on behalf of certain claimants, James de la Montanya vs. the United States.
Correspondence with the Chief of the Bureau of Construction
Commander Smoot and Lieutenants Sharpe and Stallings letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting copies of proceedings of the naval courts-martial, in the cases of Commander Smoot and Lieutenants Sharpe and Stallings.
Appeal of Samuel D. Greene, in vindication of himself against the false swearing of Johnson Goodwill, a Morgan conspirator, in the case of Commonwealth vs. Moore & Sevey, editors of the Masonic Mirror for a libel on said Greene
Apollos R. Wetmore, Howell Hoppock, Robert L. Stuart and Alexander Stuart, plaintiffs and respondents, against George Law, executor, &c., of Miner C. Storey, deceased, William Radford and John Murphy, defendants and appellants statement and points for appellants /
Appeal of S.W. Baldwin, assignor to Gordon McKay, from the decision of the interference examiner in the matter of the interference : S.W. Baldwin, assignor to Gordon McKay, v. Horace H. Bigelow, hearing before Hon. M.D. Leggett, commissioner of patents argument of Anthony Pollok, of counsel for Horace H. Bigelow /
Rulings as to meaning or application of the award, arbitration between the Western Railroads represented by a Conference Committee of Managers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen submitted to arbitration, under the provisions of the Act of Congress approved July 15, 1913, by agreement dated August 3, 1914 : Chicago, Illinois, August 30, 1915.
Before the State Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, application of Chicago Motor Bus Company and Chicago Stage Company for a certificate of convenience & necessity to operate motor bus lines & routes
Application to the President of the United States for the pardon of Albert Freeman
In the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Thursday, July 28th, 1910, before Mr. Justice Phillimore and a special jury in the matter of the petition of Right of Martin Archer-Shee : Archer-Shee v. the King /
The Alsop claim appendix of the case of the United States of America for and in behalf of the original American claimants in this case their heirs, assigns, representatives and devisees versus the Republic of Chile, before His Majesty George V, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British dominions beyond the seas, king and emperor of India, under the protocol of December 1, 1909.
Arbitration between the Eastern Railroads and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen submitted to arbitration under the Erdman Act, by agreement dated Feb. 18, 1913, at Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York.
Appendix to the second class
In the matter of the application of Charles Apfel vs. the National Jewelers' Board of Trade brief submitted by the Committee on Unlawful Practice of the Law of the New York County Lawyers' Association.
In the matter of proving the last will, &c., of Henry Parish, Joseph Delafield, appellant, against Daniel Parish, James Parish, Ann Parish and Martha Sherman, respondents, Susan M. Parish, appellant against the same, respondents brief on the part of the appellants in reply to some questions of law discussed in the respondents' argument.
In the matter of Jonah C. Kalanianaole-petition for a writ of habeas corpus
In the matter of Ferdinand S. Hann, an attorney testimony
In the matter of L.C.A.K. Martens, an alleged alien brief on behalf of Mr. Martens.
In the matter of the application of the New York, West Shore & Buffalo Railway Company to acquire title to certain real estate of the Syracuse, Chenango & New York Railroad Company, and others papers on appeal from order vacating order appointment commissioners.
In the matter of Simeon Leland, et al., bankrupts, in the matter of the reference as to the proceeds of the Grand Union Hotel, at Saratoga Springs statement and points in behalf of John H. Platt, assignee in bankruptcy.
In the matter of George W. Smith, county judge of Oneida County, to charges submitted to the senate by the governor with a recommendation for the removal from office of the said county judge argument of Henry Smith, Esq., in behalf of respondent.
God's revenge against adultery awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crim. con. I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware,) who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, Esq., (North Carolina,) who for seducing the beautiful Miss. Matilda L'Estrange was killed by her brother /
God's revenge against gambling exemplified in the miserable lives and untimely deaths of a number of persons of both sexes, who had sacrificed their health, wealth and honor at gaming tables : with curious anecdotes of the following unfortunate gamblers : I. Miss. Fanny Braddock, sister of General Braddock who from gambling hung herself, II. Drisden Harwood, Esq., Maryland, who from gambling drowned himself, III. Jack Gilmore, Esq., Virginia, who from gambling shot himself, IV. T. Alston, Esq., (N.C.), who from gambling was shot by Capt. Johnson, V. Maria Antoinette, Queen of France, who for gambling was brought to the guillotine, VI. Other awful cases of young gamblers and their untimely ends /
Great trial between Madam Chester and W. Taylor, before the judges of the Court of Queen's Bench, London the judges in a fix : curious arguments : a warning to "Gentlemen."
In the matter of the application of Homer Electric Light and Power Company for a certificate of convenience and necesity (1) for the construction and operation of a 13,000 volt, three phase, electric transmission line from Catlin to Bennett station, and (2) for the transaction of the business of rendering electric service at the coal mine of the Taylor-English Coal Company in re intervening petition for electric service filed by C.M. Price and 36 other prospective rural consumers : in re petitions for rehearing filed by Illinois Bell Telephone Company and American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Appendix to the first class
Argument for the defence in the case of the United States vs. Colonel Louis Schirmer, 15th New York Heavy Artillery tried before General Court Martial, composed of Brig. Gen. Briggs, President Col. Collier, Col. Ellis, Col. Heidrick, Major Taylor, and Capt. Kortz, Major Burnham, judge advocate : at the city of Washington, commencing March 20, and terminating May 31.
Archibald B. Gwathmey and Charles B. Gwathmey, appellants, against B.F. Cheatham and J.F. Cheatham, respondents case on appeal.
Award of the Board of Arbitration James J. Storrow, chairman, James L. Richards, James H. Vahey, in the matter of the controversy between the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the Boston Carmen's Union, Division 589, of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America, January 15, 1914
George, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, to our lovits
Argument before the Hon. James S. Morsell, assistant judge of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia in the matter of the appeal of John North from the decision of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, Commissioner of Patents, awarding priority of invention to Cyrus Chambers, Jr. for certain improvements in paper-folding machinery /
Appendix to the report of the trial of John Francis Knapp, on an indictment for murder containing the new evidence, the arguments of counsel, and the charge of His Honor Judge Putnam, to the jury on the second trial.
In the Supreme Court of United States, in the matter of the petition of George N. Thornton for a writ mandamus answer of Continental Trust Company of the city of New York, respondent.
In the matter of the claim of Mrs. Emma M. Moore, widow and sole legatee of Com. Moore, deceased for a pension, in the Congress of the United States : argument of the claimant.
In the matter of the charges of the Bar Association of the Hawaiian Islands against the Honorable Abram S. Humphreys, first judge of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit, territory of Hawaii
Archer-Shee v. the King
Coombe v. Edwards judgment of the Right Hon. Lord Penzance : in which the proceedings of the Queen's Bench Division in the case of Martin v. Mackonochie are considered.
Argument for the complainant in the case of the state of Pennsylvania, vs. the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Co., and others
Argument before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the Senate of the United States, inquiring into the manner of the election of Hon. George E. Spencer to the United States Senate
In the matter of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia suspension and investigation of tariffs and schedules of telephone rates, case no. 2557 : abstract of evidence and brief.
In the matter of the petition of Franklin J. Sawyer for a writ of mandamus notice and application for leave to file petition.
In the matter of the charges made to Hon. Herbert H. Lehman, governor of the state of New York with respect to the removal of William F.X. Geoghan from the office of district attorney of Kings County
In the matter of the investigation of chain or network broadcasting, monopoly in the broadcasting industry and related matters brief of National Broadcasting Company, Inc.
In the matter of the complaint against Egbert C. Smyth and others, professors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy, Andover Professor Smyth's argument : together with the statements of Professors Tucker, Harris, Hincks and Churchill.
Scoville, Guiteau and Onedia Community
Ann G. MacGregor, and others, appellants, against James MacGregor, Jr., and others, respondents
Daniel O'Regan, plaintiff, vs. Julian H. Schermerhorn, et al., defendants, William George, plaintiff, vs. Julian H. Schermerhorn, et al., defendants actions at law, on plaintiffs' motion to strike defendants' answers and defendants' cross-motion to strike complaints, argued before Ackerson, C.C.J. : memorandum of defendants.
Criminal trials
Daniel M. Stern, and ano'r, vs. Orrin G. Staples
[Arguments for the plaintiff in the Dartmouth College case, March 10, 1818]
In the matter of the Farragut bounty claim in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia on appeal from the District Court.
In the matter of the appraisal under the Inheritance or Transfer Tax Act of the estate of Jay Gould, deceased reply brief : brief for executors and trustees on motion to refer back the appraiser's report, in reply to two briefs of counsel for the state of New York.
The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, plaintiff in error, vs. A.B. Roff, term no. 488 brief for defendant in error on motion to dismiss the writ of error or affirm the judgment.
No. 40, United States Steel Corporation hearings before the Committee on Investigation of United States Steel Corporation : House of Representatives : Monday, January 29, 1912.
Senator from Michigan hearing before the Committee on Privileges and Elections, United States, Senate, Sixty-sixth Congress, second session pursuant to Senate res. 11, authorizing the investigation of alleged unlawful practices in the election of a senator from the state of Michigan.
Harrison et al., vs., St. Mark's Church sur motion for injunction to restrain ringing of bells : arguments of William Henry Rawle and Richard C. McMurtrie, Esqs. : opinion of the court and decree.
In the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, April term, 1926, no. 4465 : Harry F. Sinclair and Albert B. Fall, appellants, v. United States, appellee special calendar no. : brief of appellant, Harry F. Sinclair.
Argument of Chester I. Reed, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, at a law term in Boston, for the complainant, in case B.M.C. Durfee by his probate guardian John S. Brayton vs. Old Colony & Fall River R.R. Company
Argument in the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of Ogden versus Saunders, involving the constitutionality of the state bankrupt laws
Argument of Henry L. Clinton, on the part of the executors in the Samuel Wood will case
Argument in the Stokes will case on behalf of Mrs. Dora Stokes Dale, contestant, before Hon. Daniel G. Rollins, surrogate, delivered February 11th, 12th and 13th, 1884 /
Goodyear before Congress
Argument of E.C. Larned, Esq., counsel of defence, on the trial of Joseph Stout, indicted for rescusing a fugitive slave from the United States Deputy Marshal, at Ottawa, Ill., Oct. 20, 1859 delivered in the United States District Court, in the Northern District of Illinois, Monday & Tuesday, March 12 & 13, 1860 /
Curious cases a collection of American and English decisions, selected for their readability /
Cursory strictures on the charge delivered by Lord Chief Justice Eyre, to the Grand Jury, October 2, 1794
David L. Yulee, plaintiff in error, vs. Francis Vose, in error to the Court of Appeals of the state of New York
David L. Yulee, plaintiff in error, against Francis Vose, defendant in error, no. 720
Dark doings revealed, or, Remarks on the late South Leith case
David L. Yulee vs. F. Vose, no. 166 brief of P. Phillips for defendant in error.
Augustine W. Daby, respondent against John Ericsson, appellant points for plaintiff and respondent.
Argument of David McClure, of counsel for defendant, in the action of Florence M. de Meli against Henry A. de Meli, in the New York Supreme Court, January 30th, 1884
Argument laid before the Honourable the Board of Commissioners under the treaty between the United States and His Catholic Majesty, concluded at Washington on the 22d day of February, A.D. 1819, in the case of the snow cornelia, of Providence
Argument of Anson Maltby, counsel for the petitioner, Fitz John Porter, before the Advisory Board of Officers at West Point, January 1879
Patrick Cudahy and John Cudahy, plaintiffs and appellants, against Clarke D. Rhinehart, as sheriff of Kings County, respondent and appellant defendants points.
Criminal trials in Scotland, from A.D. M.CCCC.LXXXVIII to A.D. M.DC.XXIV embracing the entire reigns of James IV and V, Mary Queen of Scots and James VI /
David L. Yulee vs. Francis Vose affidavits of Francis Vose and James B.C. Drew.
In the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville, 1924, Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association vs. C.C. Dunn, et al., no. -- [actual number not printed or supplied], montgomery equity rief and argument for association.
D.T. Corbin vs. M.C. Butler contested election from the state of South Carolina : argument for Mr. Butler.
[Criminal recorder]
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, Daniel Le Roy and William H. Le Roy, plaintiffs in error, vs. George B. Rapelye, defendant in error
Schooner Abby Ingalls, Daniel Parsons, et al., libelants, appellants, v. William C. Holway, et al., claimants, appellees
David L. Yulee, plaintiff in error, vs. Francis Vose, defendant in error brief for defendant in error.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, J.B. Curtin, appellant, v. H.C. Benson, et al. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of California : supplemental brief for appellees.
Critical observation on a pamphlet entitled crim. con., William Henry Hall, plaintiff, against Major George Barrow, defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife together with a plan of the houses occupied by the plaintiff, defendant and Mr. Haverstock : to which will be added extracts from opinions on cases, which have taken place in England, upon the same subject.
David Bindon, appellant, William Ryves, respondent the appellant's case.
Daniel Treadwell vs. Robert P. Parrott
In the Supreme Court of the United States, Thomas Cunningham, sheriff of San Joaquin Co., state of California, v. David Neagle argument of Z. Montgomery of counsel for appellant.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia holding an Equity Court, equity no. 44, 189, the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company, a body corporate, plaintiff, vs. the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, et al., defendants reply brief on behalf of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company.
In the matter of the petition of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, for limitation of its liability as owner of the Steamship Titanic, Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, petitioner-appellant, vs. William J. Mellor and Harry Anderson, claimants-appellees brief for appellant.
In the Senate of the United States, in the matter of the right of Henry W. Corbett of Oregon to a seat brief on behalf of Mr. Corbett /
In the matter of the presentment of Bishop William Montgomery Brown appeal from the Court for the Trial of a Bishop : transcript of the record.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, the people against the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Coepany [i.e. Company] appellant's brief.
Das Manheimer Trauerspiel eine vollständige Geschichte von dem Doppel-Morde der Frau Gerber und Frau Riem, mit dem allein wahrhaften Leben und Bekenntniss des Alexander Anderson ... /
In the Supreme Court of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, in the suit between the South African Association for the Administration and Settlement of Estates, plaintiff and Marthinus Christoffel Botha, defendant in appeal to Her Majesty, in Her Privy Council from a judgment of the Supreme Court of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, bearing date the twenty-second day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight.
Argument of the Hon. John D. Freeman, of Mississippi in the Great Quo Warranto case of the state of Louisiana, ex rel., H.S. McComb and others VS. Gen. G.T. Beauregard and others, President and Directors of the N.O., J. & G.N.R.R. Co. together with the testimony of Gen. G.T. Beauregard, Gen. P.B. Starke, Gen. H.S. McComb, Hon. Henry Clay-dibble and others.
Argument of Mr. Francis G. Newlands, in the case of Sarah A. Sharon vs. Wm. Sharon, on motion for alimony and counsel fees
In the matter of Thomas Kaine, an alleged fugitive from justice argument /
Decree of divorce, Francis Carruthers of Dormont, against Mrs. Margaret Maxwell, his spouse, daughter of Sir Alexander Maxwell of Monreith, baronet
Senator from Iowa hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Privileges and Elections United States, Senate, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session pursuant to S. Res. 21 : authorizing the investigation of alleged unlawful practices in the election of a Senator from Iowa : January 20, December 2, 3, and 4, 1925 and January 6, 1926.
Henry Louis Bischoffsheim against John Crosby Brown and Jesse Seligman, trustees, James Seligman, the executors of Joseph Seligman and others, in equity brief for James Seligman and the executors of Joseph Seligman.
Treasury notes a legal tender, argument of John K. Porter, in the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, in the case of the Metropolitan Bank and others, respondents, agt. Henry H. Van Dyck ... appellant. June 27, 1863
Argument of N. Richardson, Esq., before the Hon. S.H. Hodges, commissioner of patents of the United States
Argument of Richard T. Merrick, Esq., on motion to vacate the service in the case of Charles W. Woolley vs. Benj. F. Butler, in the Superior Court of the City of Baltimore, Saturday, October 10, 1868
In the Supreme Court of United States, in the matter of the petition of William Pelzer for a writ of certiorari to bring up the case of Horn & Brannen Manufacturing Company vs. William Pelzer for a review and determination petition and brief /
Argument of Richard T. Merrick, special assistant attorney-general of the United States, in the second trial of the case of the United States vs. Thomas J. Brady, John W. Dorsey, John R. Miner, John M. Peck, Stephen W. Dorsey, Harvey M. Vaile, and Montford C. Rerdell, in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
In the Court of Appeals, David Stewart, plaintiff and appellant, against Collis P. Huntington, defendant and respondent case.
De La Vergne Refrigerating Machine Company, plaintiff-respondent, against the New York Equipment Company, et al., defendants-appellants case and exceptions on appeal.
Decision in the Great India rubber case of Charles Goodyear vs. Horace H. Day delivered September 28th, 1852 : the cause having been argued at the last March term of the United States Circuit Court at Trenton, N.J., before judges Grier and Dickerson, by Daniel Webster and James T. Brady, for the plaintiff, and Rufus Choate and Francis B. Cutting for the defendant.
David L. Yulee, plaintiff in error, vs. Francis Vose in error to the Court of Appeals of the state of New York.
David L. Yulee vs. Francis Vose, in equity testimony taken before Joseph H. Durkee, examiner.
Hearings before the select committee on investigation of charges against Senator Burton K. Wheeler, of Montana United States Senate, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Res. 206 to investigate the facts in relation to the charges made in a certain indictment returned against Senator Burton K. Wheeler in the United States District Court for the state of Montana.
[Heathcote's divorce case]
Henri la belle affaire aventuriers assassins, le piège féminin, l.empoisonneur, l'amour et la mort, drames de grèves, anarchistes, l'argent des autres, la justice égarée.
Debate in the House of Lords, 11th June, 1852, on the motion of Lord Lyndhurst, "That a select committee be appointed to inquire into the allegations of the petition of the Baron De Bode" together with the report of the select committee.
Senator from Alabama
In the Court of Appeals David Sears, Henry F. Sears, and Emily F. Sears, plaintiffs, respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants : brief for appellants.
David Lyman vs. William Stanley, et al. opinion of court.
Decree of the Circuit Court of the United States, in the case of the ship Argonaut
Decrease in revenue train mile costs during the Fiscal year 1914
Sarah Decker, (plaintiff) respondent, vs. the Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company, (defendant) appellant points for appellant.
Argument of William H. Seward, in defence of Abel F. Fitch and others, under an indictment for arson, delivered at Detroit on the 11th, 12th, and 14th of September, 1851
Argument of Philip R. Fendall, U.S. attorney for the district of Columbia, on the trial of George A. Gardiner in the Criminal Court, D.C., March term, 1853, for false swearing
Investigation by the Department of Justice re Senator Burton K. Wheeler hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Res. 171 : requesting information from the attorney general relative to the purpose of the Department of Justice to present to a grand jury the testimony of George B. Hayes, given in the trial of the case of the United States against Burton K. Wheeler in the District Court of the United States for the District of Montana : with the facts and circumstances attending the same with a view to an indictment for perjury in the giving of such testimony, April 9 and 14, 1926.
Henry B. Miller et al., collectors, appellants, v. M.K. Jesup et al., appellees, no. 701, appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois brief of Obadiah Jackson and C. Beckwith, for appellees.
Petition of plaintiff in error for re-hearing, the United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1897, no. 194, October term, 1896, no. 551, Herman Keck, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States, in error to the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Henry C. Bowen, against the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and Thomas Kinsella, actions nos. 1 and 2 consolidated pleadings and copies of published articles therein referred to.
Argument of Samuel L. Southard, in the case of Stacy Decow and Joseph Hendrickson versus Thomas L. Shotwell delivered at Trenton, before the Court of Appeals of the state of New Jersey, at a special term in the eighth month, 1833 /
Argument of Mr. C.E. Pike, (on behalf of the claimant) with copious extracts from the testimony as taken before the Committee on claims, 1869.
Argument of Richard H. Dana, Jr., Esq., United States attorney, in the case of the United States vs. 4,261 hides, Pickman & Silsbee, claimants
David L. Yulee, complainant against Francis Vose, defendant, before Mr. Justice Bradley, at Chambers brief.
David M. Weston, et al., complainants, v. Nathaniel C. Nash, et al., defendants pleadings and evidence.
David Stewart vs. Collis P. Huntington, et al. brief for defendant Huntington.
Decision of the Supreme Court of Vermont, in the case of Tappan Stevens and others v. A.J. Willard and others
La Felicite otherwise Nostra Seigniora del Rosario y San Antonio Armand Bernos, claimant and appellant, William Mascall, the acting executor of William Death, deceased, late commander and Thomas Brown and Samuel Brooks, the owners of the terrible privateer, captors and respondents : the appellant's case : to be heard in the Council-Chamber, on Thursday the twenty-ninth day of June, 1758.
Hewitt, et al., vs. the Pennsylvania Steel Co. no. 26, Oct., sess., 1881, defendant's exhibit : translation no. 15, C. Berkeley Taylor, examiner.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 703, October term, A.D., 1875, Herman Lieb et al., appellants, vs. Henry P. Kidder and Daniel P. Stone, appellees appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois : argument for appellees.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Hosea Stout, plaintiff in error, vs. the people of the United States in the territory of Utah, no. 478 in error to the decision of the chief justice of the Supreme Court of the territory of Utah, on habeas corpus : brief for the defendants in error.
An accurate report of the case of James Maurice against Samuel Judd, tried in the Mayor's Court of the city of New York, on the 30th and 31st of December 1818 wherein the above problem is discussed theologically, scholastically, and historically /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Kleine Jurgen, B. Henricksen, master, J.E. Heyman, of London, merchant, claimant of the Cargo, as Saxon, Hamburgh and Bohemian property, as expressed in the claim, appellant, against Nicholas Irwin, commander of the Private Ship of War Happy Return, the captor, respondent (on an appeal from the High Court of Admirality of England.) : the appellant's case.
Documents relatifs aux incursions des rebelles sudistes sur la frontiere des Etats-Unis et a l'invasion du Canada par les Feniens
Defensa Juridica en que se informa, en que se informa a los senores alcaldes de la real sala de el crimen de esta corte, de los meritos, y justicia, que para la absolucion deffinitiva assisten a D. Antonio sanchez de figueroa en causa criminal, que contra el se sigue por la muerte executada en Juan Joseph De Almanza, maestro de Boticario, que sue en esta ciudad.
Deposition of Daniel Clark, the delegate in the House of Representatives of the United States, from the territory of Orleans in relation to the conduct of General James Wilkinson laid on the clerk's table in obedience to an order of the House of the eighth instant.
Doe ex. d. Finney, v. Roylance and others, a full report of the trial of the action of ejectment, between P.D. Finney, plaintiff and Peter Roylance and others, defendants before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a special jury, at the Assizes at Lancaster, March 12th, 1825.
Depositions, and articles of impeachment against Thomas Earl of Strafford, February 18, 1640 with a reply to them and other learned notes, observations and reflections upon the proofs in fact and points in law, suppos'd to be be writ by the said Earl's own hand.
Divorce in 1857, the Talbot case letters by "Cujus," containing full particulars of the case, with observations on the present unsatisfactory state of the law.
Proof for defender in action of divorce at the instance of John M'Iver, Esq., banker in Dingwall, pursuer, against Mrs. Eliza O'Doherty or M'Iver, his wife now or lately residing in Edinburgh, defender
[Dolbear and others against the American Bell Telephone Company is an appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts]
Defensa Que Expone a Esta Real Audiencia, La Parte De La Santa Iglesia Cathedral De Valladolid, En El Pleyto de execucion. que figue contralas haziwndas, que possee Doą Juana Bueno de Zarate viude de el maestre de campo Don Antonio osorio, yarticulo conerl conde de mira-vallem sobre deberse llevar la vis excecutiva adelante, hasta el remate de las haziendas : para que se revoque el auto de esta real audiencia de 18 de septiembre de elañ passado de 1725, en que se declaro no haver lugar.
Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of New Jersey, Rumford Chemical Works vs. Hygienic Chemical Company, in equity supplemental memorandum on behalf of the defendant.
Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of New Jersey, Rumford Chemical Works vs. Hygienic Chemical Company, in equity supplemental brief for complainant.
Hetty H. Robinson, complainant, vs. Thomas Mandell et al., respondents
Speech of Hon. J.S. Golladay, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
Arguments of counsel in the cases of the Snipe, the Martha, the Vesta, and other American vessels, detained under the orders in council and brought to adjudication in the High Court of Admiralty, before the Right Honorable Sir William Scott, on the 8th, 10th, 14th, 15th, and 29th of July 1812
Argument or summary showing the points, and referring to the evidence, relied upon by the government of Her Britannic Majesty in answer to the claims of the United States presented to the Tribunal of arbitration constituted under article I of the treaty concluded at Washington on the 8th May, 1871, between Her Britannic Majesty and the United States of America.
Arguments in the case of James G. Wilson, vs. Lewis Rousseau and Charles Easton, in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York, before the Honorable Samuel Nelson, associate justice, etc., and the Honorable Alfred Conkling, district judge, etc., Albany, October, 1845
Aristides Doggett, receiver, &c., appellant, vs. the Florida Railroad Company, respondent statement of the case and brief for appellant.
Argument on behalf of Thaddeus Hyatt, brought before the Senate of the United States on a charge of contempt for refusing to appear as a witness before the Harper's Ferry Committee
Arthur S. Plews, plaintiff, plaintiff in error, v. Albert C. Burrage, defendant, defendant in error brief for plaintiff, plaintiff in error /
Arthur Manchester, plaintiff in error, v. the Commonwealth of Massachusetts brief for the Commonwealth.
Arguments of counsel in the matter of Mrs. Emily L. Fry's petition for a divorce and the answer thereto, before the Divorce Committee of the House of Representatives, Tuesday evening, March 1, 1859
Articles of Association of the Purchasers of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, to organize a Corporation under the Statute Laws of Wisconsin, under the name of the Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company
Articles exhibited by the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the commons of Great Britain, against Thomas Earl of Macclesfield, in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors
Attorney-general by information vs. Old South Society et al., the Old South Society in Boston vs. Uriel Crocker et al. brief for the attorney-general and for Uriel Crocker et al.
Authentic biographical anecdotes of Joseph Gerrald a delegate to the British Convention in Scotland from the London Corresponding Society, and who is now on his passage to New Holland for having acted in that capacity : according to the sentence of the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, March the 14th, 1794 /
Francis A. Huck, plaintiff-appellant, against George J. Kraus, defendant-respondent, appeal from judgment, no. 27, May, 1906 respondent's brief.
Impeachment of the president [Andrew Johnson]
Charges against two members of Congress letter from the Attorney General : transmitting letter in response to House resolution no. 211, directing him to transmit to the House the names of the two members of Congress mentioned in the report of the grand jury of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois : and the nature of the charges made against such members of Congress.
In the matter of the application of Hubert O. Thompson, as commissioner of Public Works, etc., to extinguish certain water rights in Westchester County, parcel no. 84 brief on behalf of Charles Butler, appellant, owner of parcel no. 84.
Owners of Brig Tally-Ho
Speech of Hon. Benjamin M. Boyer, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, December 17, 1867
Speech of Hon. John Lynch, of Maine, in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
Speech of Hon. James R. McCormick of Missouri, in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
Illinois Central Railroad Co., appellants, vs. Samuel H. Turrill, appellee, no. 140, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Co., appellants, vs. Samuel H. Turrill, appellee, no. 142, Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad Co., appellants, vs. Samuel H. Turrill, appellee, no. 143
Hypolitus Joseph Augustine Estho, et. al., versus Benjamin L. Lear, administrator of Thaddeus Kosciusko on appeal from the Circuit Court U.S. for the District of Columbia, holden in and for the county of Washington.
Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co. against Barge Thomas P. Sheldon, Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co. against Barge S.L. Watson and Lake Shore Transit Company brief for the Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co. /
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, docket no. 12964, consolidation of railroads brief on behalf of the Port of New York Authority.
L'affaire du collier
Defence of Capt. William K. Latimer before the Court of Inquiry, no. 3, consisting of Commodore Newton, president, and Commodore Storer and Captain Long, members, convened at Washington City, in pursuance of the act of Congress entitled "An act to amend an act entitled an Act to promote the efficiency of the Navy," approved January 16, 1857 /
Documents relating to application by Lieutenant-Colonel Munro, to the treasury, for grants of Salmon Fishing
Defence of Lieut. Col. Gardner Burbank before the general court-martial, whereof Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Goodwin was president, held at Hathaway's Hall, in Worcester, on the 8th September, 1818, against charges preferred against him by Col. Prentice Cushing and others : to which is prefixed an extract from the records of said court, containing all the evidence adduced upon his trials.
The National Wall Paper Company vs. the Columbia National Bank, state of Nebraske in the Supreme Court, the National Wall Paper Company, appellee, vs. the Columbia National Bank, appellant : brief of appellant.
In the Supreme Court of North Dakota, to the September term, A.D. 1922, E.B. Klein, plaintiff and appellant, vs. W.H. Hutton, defendant and respondent appeal from the District Court of Burleigh County, Honorable W.L. Nuessle, judge : brief and argument.
Drainage Construction Company v. City of Chelsea bill of complaint.
Donald Page, et al., administrators, plaintiffs, plaintiffs in error, v. United Fruit Company, et al., defendants, defendants in error brief for plaintiffs in error.
Dwight A. Foster, plaintiff-respondent, against Clark D. Rhinehart, as sheriff of the [county] of Kings, defendant-appellant case on appeal.
Ed List, plaintiff in error, vs. Burley Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association, defendant in error brief for defendant in error.
Duncan MacGregor, et al., vs. James MacGregor, et al. petition for re-hearing.
E.S. Wheeler & Co., vs. New Haven Wire Co., in the matter of the application of Kidder, Peabody & Co., and the Baring Brothers, and Brown Brothers, and Heidelbach, Ickelheimer & Co. /
Investigation of the official conduct of George W. English, United States district judge of the Eastern District of Illinois Mr. Boies, from the special committee to inquire into the official conduct of George W. English, United States district judge of the Eastern District of Illinois, reports under House joint resolution 347, Sixty-eighth Congress, second session, a joint resolution providing for an investigation of the official conduct of George W. English, district judge for the Eastern District of Illinois.
Early Indiana trials and sketches
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Eber B. Ward, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States, no. 68 in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Michigan : brief for the United States.
Earnings of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen for first few years in service and effect thereon of fluctuations in railroad business
Information for the Right Honourable James Earl of Fife, pursuer, against Sir James Duff, and others, trustees of the late James Earl of Fife, defenders
Doubling and twisting letters patent to Sidney Emsley, agent of Bradford and Samuel Smith, machine maker, of low bridge works, Keighley both in the county of York, for the invention of "Improvements in doubling and twisting and in apparatus connected therewith."
Dow, et als., v. Northern R.R., et als. second brief for plaintiffs.
Dow & a., v. Northern Railroad & a. suggestions for the defendants, by W.S. Ladd.
Samuel H. Dow and another v. Northern Railroad and others additional brief for Northern Railroad.
Dundonnell cause, second trial report of the trial by jury Thomas M'Kenzie, Esq., against Robert Roy, Esq., W.S., in the Court of Session at Edinburgh, 4th January 1831 and four following days /
Cornelia D. Earle, respondent, against William P. Earle, impleaded with others, appellant points for appellant.
Dr. Cashel's divorce an act to dissolve the marriage of Rowan Francis Cashel doctor of medicine with Emily Harriett his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes.
The currency question in the Supreme Court of the state of California, James Lick, appellant, vs. William Faulkner, et al., respondents /
Important trial on farming, St. Quintin v. Lett, before Mr. Baron Cleasby and a special jury, York Spring Assizes, 1871
In Chancery, between John Hiram Nichols, plaintiff and Angus Peter McDonald and Randolph Ross, defendants
Before the governor and council in matter of petition for pardon of Stain and Cromwell petition and petitioner's brief.
In re packers' consent decree litigation
In re Thomas Kaine affidavit with schedules and addenda : on the part of the claimant.
American Bell Telephone Company v. Amos E. Dolbear, et al. bill of complaint.
In Chancery, before the Vice Chancellor, the separate answer of John Carnochan, one of the defendants, to the bill of complaint of John M'Pherson Berrien, complainant
In re petition of Harry Kendall Thaw for writ of habeas corpus report of commission in respect to Thaw's present mental condition, correspondence of commission, evidence at public hearing before commission : also opinion of the court upon the main questions involved in the extradtion and habeas corpus proceedings, assignment of errors and final decree.
A brief review of trial
In equity, Artemas L. Brooks and others versus John Fiske and another, before the Honorable Levi Woodbury, associate justice of the Supreme Court, U.S., and the Honorable Peleg Sprague, judge of the U.S. Massachusetts District
Speech of Hon. George F. Miller, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
In re petition of Harry Kendall Thaw for writ of habeas corpus pleadings and record.
In Chancery, New Jersey, Thomas L. Shotwell, complt., and Joseph Hendrickson & al., defts. answer of Hendrickson to bill of interpleader.
Impeachment trial of David Butler, governor of Nebraska, at Lincoln
Speech of Hon. George W. Morgan, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, February 29, 1868
In Supreme Court of Texas, the International Railroad, ex parte., (no. 1136)
Authentic and interesting memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, from her infancy to the present time likewise a brief account of Mr. Wardle's charges relative to His Royal Highness the Duke of York : together with the minutes of evidence as taken in the House of Commons.
In re petition of Harry Kendall Thaw for writ of habeas corpus brief for the petitioner /
In the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands July term, 1903, in re Augustus A. Montagne and Frank E. Dominguez, proceedings in disbarment
Speeches of Hons. William Lawrence and Henry P.H. Bromwell, in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
In Court of Appeals, James H. McGean, as executor of Delia Powers, deceased plaintiff and respondent, against the Manhattan Railway Company, defendant and appellant brief in behalf of Byam K. Stevens and others : who have obtained judgment against the defendant in similar actions being part of a brief prepared in the case of Seaman et al., against the Metropolitan Elevated Ry. Co., and the Manhattan Ry. Co.
In memory of Louis De Souza, barrister-at-law, who died at Barbados, March 10th, 1889
Cornelia D. Earle agst. William P. Earle, et al. brief for respondents.
Dutchess County senatorial election cases transcript of record, including proceedings on application to punish Storm Emans for contempt.
Dorothea Lady Dowager of Forbes, appellant, v. James Lord Forbes, respondent the respondent's case.
Samuel H. Dow & a., v. Northern Railroad & a.
Durgin v. American Express Company brief for defendants.
Eastern Paper Bag Company vs. Continental Paper Bag Company defendant's record.
Freedom of remark essential in legal discussions, or, Dunning vs. Hillhouse, argued Supreme Court, June term, 1827
Earnings of engineers on certain Southeastern Railroads compared with earnings of engineers on certain Western Railroad and what would be earned on Western Railroads under the proposition now arbitrated
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Iowa-1863, Ann G. MacGregor v. James MacGregor, Jr.
In the Committee of the United States Senate on Privileges and Elections, in the matter of the petition of Henry Ford for a seat in the United States Senate and against the sitting of Truman H. Newberry brief for the sitting member.
In the Court of Appeals, Jacob B. Tallman plaintiff and respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief in behalf of owners who have procured judgements in actions where real estate experts testified.
In the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Divorce), Russell (Countess) v. Russell (Earl). correspondence.
In the District Court of Iowa, December, 1864, Duncan MacGregor, et al., executors, &c., appellees, vs. Joshua Reynolds and James MacGregor, Jr., appellants argument for appellants.
Edison Electric Light Company and Edison General Electric Company, complainants and appellees, vs. Sawyer-Man Electric Company, defendant and appellant petition of Frank D. Allen, U.S. attorney for district of Massachusetts.
Charles E. Eghent, respondent, against Solomon Jenner, appellant respondent's points.
In the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, plaintiff, against Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, New York Municipal Railway Corporation and New York Consolidated Railroad Company, defendants proceedings from December 31, 1918, to March 6, 1919.
In the matter of caveat as to probate of a paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Sarah P. Dale, deceased
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Eighth Judicial Circuit, district of Nebraska, Oliver Ames, 2nd, et al., complainants, vs. the Union Pacific Railway Company, et al., defendants report of Howard S. Abbott, special master, on claims filed against the estate of the Union Pacific Railway Company under the order of February 16, 1898, and order and decree of confirmation and distribution.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, Douw Fonda, appellant, vs. Abraham A. Van Horne, and Jane his wife, and Jellis H. Fonda, respondents case on the part of the respondents.
In the Court of Appeals, Peter Kearney, respondent, vs. the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Co., and the Manhattan Railway Company, appellants brief for respondents.
In the House of Lords, between John Boyd, appellant and John Horrocks & James Horrocks, respondents to the Right Honourable the House of Lords.
In the House of Lords, on appeal from His Majesty's Court of Appeal (England), Elder Dempster & Co., Ltd., & others, appellants and Paterson Zochonis & Co., Ltd., respondents petition of appeal.
Edward L. Doheny and Albert B. Fall, appellants, vs. United States appeal from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
In the Court of Appeals, Edward Roberts respondent, against the N.Y. El. R.R. Co. and another appellants additional mem. for respondent.
In the United States Circuit Court, district of Iowa, Ann G. MacGregor v. James MacGregor, Jr.
In the Common Pleas, Beer and others versus Ward issue out of the Court of Chancery to try the legitimacy of the Late William Cotton, Esq., a lunatic : before Chief Justice Dallas and the following jury, Martin Lloyd, Esq., David Nicholl, Esq., Robert House, Esq., George Slaton, Esq., Richard Barker, Esq., John Paulin, Esq., W.M. Thisleton, Esq., Thomas Burford, Esq., Robert Lewis, Esq., Thomas Mills, Esq., special jurors : Edward Welch, John Smith, talesmen.
In the matter of an arbitration between H.M. the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and His Excellency the president of the republic of Costa Rica opinion and award of Honorable William H. Taft, arbitrator.
The German Reformed Church in the city of New-York, in the Court for the Correction of Errors, Jacob F. Miller, et al., appellants, vs. Henry Gable, et al., respondents
Before the governor of the state of New York, in the matter of charges preferred against Asa Bird Gardiner, district attorney of New York County, report of Ansley Wilcox, commissioner July 20, 1900, to His Excellency Theodore Roosevelt, governor
United States of America, petitioner, vs. Standard Oil Company, (New Jersey), et al., defendants brief for defendants on the facts.
In the matter of Aloysius T. Gray, clerk of the Ninth District, Municipal Court of the city of New York, Borough of Manhattan petitioner's trial brief.
In the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, October term, 1929, John B. Keleher, appellant, v. the United States, appellee Brief on behalf of appellee.
Jesse P. Farley, appellant, vs. James J. Hill, the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company, and the St. Paul Trust Company, as executor of the last will and testament of Norman W. Kittson, deceased appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Minnesota.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, in the matter of John M. Wrigley, on his petition for a discharge under the act entitled "An act to abolish imprisonment for debt in certain cases" case.
In the Court of Appeals, James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor and trustee and others plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants, no. 464 brief for respondents.
In the United States Circuit Court, District of Iowa, Ann G. McGregor vs. James McGregor, Jr.
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, no. 12964 consolidation of railroads : in the matter of application of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, the New York Central Railroad Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to reopen the subject and to change and modify in certain respects the plan adopted and published herein under date of December 9, 1929, for consolidation of the railway properties of the continental United States into a limited number of systems : brief on behalf of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
In the House of Lords (from the Second division of the Court of Session in Scotland.) Alexander Cowan & Sons, formerly paper makers at Bank Mill, Valleyfield Mill, and Low Mill, all at or near Penicuick, and Charles Cowan, Esquire of Logan House, John Cowan, Esquire of Beeslack, and James Cowan, Esquire, the surviving partners of that firm, and Alex Andercowan & Sons, now paper-makers at said mills and Charles Cowan, Esquire of Logan House, residing at Valleyfield, Penicuick, John Cown, residing at Beeslack, Penicuick, James Cowan, formerly residing at Glenesk House, near Loanhead, now member of Parliament for the city of Edinburgh, and George Cowan and Charles William Cowan, both residing at Valleyfield, the individual partners of that firm, William Sommerville & Son, formerly paper-makers at Dalmore Mill, and William Sommerville, residing at Bitton, Gloucestershire, England, sole surviving partner of the said firm of William Sommerville & Son, William Sommerville & Son, now paper makers at said Dalmore Mill, Milton Bridge, and Hugh Sommerville, residing at Dalmore, the only partner of that firm, Archibald Fullarton Sommerville, paper-maker at Kevock Mill, near Lasswade, and William Tod & Son, paper-makers at St Leonards Mill, Lasswade, and William Tod, formerly called William Tod, Junior, Lasswade, the surviving partner of that firm, appellants His Grace Walter Francis Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, proprietor of the lands of Dalkeith, the Right Honourable Robert Viscount Melville, proprietor of the lands of Melville, and sole executor of the deceased Right Honourable Henry Viscount Melville, formerly proprietor of the lands of Melville, and Sir James Hamlyn Williams Drummond of Hawthornden, baronet, proprietor of the lands of Hawthornden, with consent of the Honourable Gerard James Noel, and the Honourable Dudley Francis Fortescue, his curators respondents
Edward C. Berg, respondent, against the Narragansett Steamship Company, appellant appellant's points.
In the House of Lords, on appeal from Her Majesty's Court of Appeal (England), between John Boyd, appellant and John Horrocks and James Horrocks, respondents respondents supplemental appendix.
Telephone suits Circuit Court of the United States, district of Massachusetts, in equity : Bell Telephone Company et al. v. Peter A. Dowd.
Bertha R. Kinkele and another as surviving trustees respondents, agst the Manhattan Railway Company and another, appellants opinion.
Bellingham the defence defended or the trial re-tried /
Bennett divorce case, being a plain account of all the important facts brought out on the trial, and those connected with it, with disclosures on the case by Edson Sanford
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of Charles M. Englis to intervene : pleadings and proof.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Co., American Trust Co., vs. Metropolitan S.S. Co., consolidated cause petition of the W. and A. Fletcher Co., intervenor : brief for the W. & A. Fletcher Company upon exceptions by the American Trust Company to the report of Hon. Leviturner, master.
Before the Department of the Interior, Ben McLendon, et al., v. Rancho Lomas de Santiago and James Irvine, in re grant to and patent for certain lands located in Orange County, California, designated and known as Rancho Lomas de Santiago brief and argument in support of the petition filed herein for recommendation by the secretary of the Interior to the attorney general that a suit be instituted in the proper jurisdiction to cancel, annul, vacate, and reform the patent heretofore issued for lands erroneously, inadvertently and by mistake and without authority of law, included in and as a part of the Rancho Lomas de Santiago.
Between Dorothea Lady Dowager of Forbes, Jean Maria Forbes, daughter of the deceased William Lord Forbes and wife of Captain James Dundas and the said Captain James Dundas for his interest and Dr. John Gregory as having right from Elizabeth Forbes, his late wife deceased, daughter of the said William Lord Forbes, ..... appellants, against James Lord Forbes, the son and heir of James late Lord Forbes, deceased, .... respondent the appellants case.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Co., American Trust Co., vs. Metropolitan S.S. Co. petition of the W. & A. Fletcher Co., intervenor : brief for the W. & A. Fletcher Company, petitioner.
Bertha R. Kenkele and John P. Kinkel as surviving trustees under the last will and testament of Philip A. Kenkele, deceased, plaintiff's and respondents, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company to intervene : supplemental brief for Berwind-White Coal Mining Company.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Co., American Trust Co., vs. Metropolitan S.S. Co., consolidated cause reply brief for the W. and A. Fletcher Company.
Between DeWitt C. Blair, individually and as executor &c., of John I. Blair, deceased, complainant and Charles Scribner, et als., defendants, on bill for construction of will, on appeal brief of R.V. Lindabury for defendants.
In the House of Lords, on appeal from Her Majesty's Court for divorce and matrimonial causes, between Emma Bowles Milford, appellant and Alfred Milford, respondent the case of the appellant, Emma Bowles Milford /
Orville G. Bennet, plaintiff and respondent, against Isaac Rosenthal and Abraham Rosenthal, defendants & appellants
In the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pa., sitting in equity, between A.E. Anderson, for himself and others plaintiff, and Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employes and others, defendant bill of complaint.
In the House of Lords, (from the Court of Session in Scotland), Lord Henry Weysford Charles Plantaganet Hastings, second son of the now deceased Most Honourable George Augustus Francis Marquis of Hastings, and Earl of Loudoun and Patrick Dalmahoy, writer to the signet, his tutor ad litem, appellants, the Lady Sophia Frederica Christina Hastings Mure now Marchioness of Bute, eldest surviving daughter of the now deceased Flora Mure Campbell of Rowallan, countess of Loudoun and Marchioness of Hastings procreated of the marriage between her and the also now deceased Francis Marquis of Hastings and (by order of the House) the Most Honourable John Crichton Stuart, Marquis of Bute her husband for his interest, respondent the respondent case.
Lt. Col. Freeman's defence Marine Court Martial, at Middletown, Connecticut.
Luigi Filiberto, et al., libellants, appellants, v. Bark "John H. Pearson" brief on remandment for further proceedings on behalf of claimant and appellee.
Luce, adm'r, vs. Manchester & Lawrence R. R. et als. defendant's second brief.
Luigi Filiberto, et al., libellants, appellants, v. Hiram Taylor, claimant, appellee opinion of the court.
In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in admiralty, Luka Bachich v. Schooner "Henry O. Barrett," Dredge "Columbia" and Steam Tug "James McCaulley," no. 19 of 1903, American Dreding Company v. Schooner "Henry O. Barrett" and the Steam Tug "James McCaulley," no. 21 of 1903, Elliott W. Rogers, master, etc., v. Tug "James McCaulley" and Dredge "Columbia," no. 24 of 1903, Johan N. Wallem, administrator, etc., v. James McCaulley and others, and the American Dredging Company and Elliot W. Rogers, et al., no. 57 of 1903 libel and testimony on behalf of the American Dredging Company and the Dredge "Columbia"
M.P. Norton and E.B. Pillsbury vs. the European and North American Railway et als., in equity, no. 305 arguments on behalf of complainants.
Louis Ross v. Albert C. Burrage plaintiff's brief.
Luigi Filiberto, et al., libellants, v. the Bark John H. Pearson cross-libel : Hiram Taylor, libellent, v. Franklin Rolfe at al., respondents : brief on behalf of claimant and appellee.
M.A. Dauphin vs. D.M. Key, postmaster-general, equity no. 7092 brief for defendant.
Loren Day, et al., plaintiffs in error, vs. Guy S. Walden, defendant in error error to Kent circuit : statement of case and brief for defendant in error.
Loveden and Loveden the judgment pronounced by Sir William Scott, in the Consistory Court of London, on the 18th July 1810, in a suit instituted by Edward Loveden Loveden, Esq., M.P., for a divorce from Ann Loveden, his wife /
In the Supreme Court, Madison Teat vs. the state of Mississippi
M.C. Butler, petitioner, complainant, against W.H. Ellerbe, comptroller general, and W.T.C. Bates, treasurer of the state of South Carolina, and their successors in office arguments of Charles A. Douglass and LeRoy F. Youmans for petitioner, complainant : against the constitutionality of the registration and election law of South Carolina.
Lusetta J. Solt et al., appellees, vs. Lewis C. Anderson et al., appellants brief of appellees on second rehearing.
Luigi Filiberto, et al., libellants, v. the Bark "John H. Pearson" brief for libellants on proceedings under mandate of Supreme Court.
Love and madness a story too true in a series of letters between parties, whose names would perhaps be mentioned were they less known, or less lamented.
Louis Ross v. Albert C. Burrage
Machinery for doubling yarns or threads letters patent to Robert Blackwood, senior, of Kilmarknock, in the county of Ayr, North Britain, worsted spinner, for the invention for "Improvements in machinery or apparatus for doubling yarns or threads."
Lord Paget's letters and trial in the affair of Lady Charlotte Wellesley in which is included the eloquent speech of Mr. Dallas /
Luigi Filiberto, et al., libellants, v. the Bark John H. Pearson cross-libel : Hiram Taylor, libellent, v. Franklin Rolfe at al., respondents.
Louis Ross v. Albert C. Burrage defendant's brief.
Luce, adm'r, vs. Manchester & Lawrence R.R. et al., in equity defendants' brief.
Louis Elie Joseph Henry de Galard de Brassac de Bǎrn, count and prince of Bǎrn and Chalais, appellant, against Ross R. Winans and Ferdinand C. Latrobe, trustees, et al., appellees opinion of the court, filed December 3d, 1909.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Lucy H. Carroll, administratrix of George W. Carroll, deceased, appellant, vs. the United States, No.289 brief for the United States.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1937, no. 437 M.C. Hinderlider, as state engineer of the state of Colorado, et al., appellants, v. the La Plata River & Cherry Creek Ditch Company : memorandum submitted on behalf of the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and New York, the port of New York Authority and the Delaware River Joint Commission as to the applicability of the Act of August 24, 1973.
The M.B.G. Eddy litigation exceptions of next friends to rulings of masters Aldrich, Parker and Jelly : September 27, 1907, state of New Hampshire, in the Superior Court, Merrimack ss., April term, 1907, Eddy, by next friends, against Frye, et al.
Luitpold Mach (plaintiff), appellant, vs. the Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery Railroad Company (defendant), respondent points for respondent.
Maffitt's trial
In the House of Lords, (from the Court of Session in Scotland), Lord Henry Weysford Charles Plantaganet Hastings, second son of the now deceased George Augustus Francis Marquis of Hastings, and Patrick Dalmahoy, writer to the signet, his tutor ad litem, appellants, the Most Hon. Paulyn Reginald Serlo Marquis of Hastings and Earl of Loudoun, &c., &c., and Most Hon. Barbara Yelverton Marchioness of Hastings, Baroness Grey de Ruthyn, his factrix loco tutoris, Lady Sophia Frederica Charistina Hastings, eldest surviving daughter of the deceased Francis Marquis of Hastings, and Flora Mure, countess of Loudoun, his wife, and Lady Edith Rawdon Hastings, eldest daughter of the said now deceased George Augustus Francis Marquis of Hastings and Earl of Loudoun, and Mathew Norman MacDonald, writer to the signet, her tutor ad litem, repondents the appellants case.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Nebraska, Lusetta J. Solt et al., appellees, vs. Lewis C. Anderson et al., appellants, no. 9457 appeal from the District Court of Hamilton County : brief on part of appellant on second re-hearing.
MacQueary, his trial for heresy, the verdict and sentence
Mrs. Theodora Elizabeth Maartensz, executrix of James Adrianus Maartensz, proctor of the Supreme Court, deceased, by her attornies, Sabonadiere & Co., plaintiffs, vs. the Ceylon Company (Limited), defendants
Magna Charta violated in the putting of restraint on a plaintiff in regard to his right of reply on the evidence and substituting discretion for law being a report of the hearing of the case of Kelly v. Kelly, Mann, Young, & Roofe, before Mr. Justice Chitty, on June 23rd, 28th, and 29th, 1887 /
Machinery for winding yarn or thread letters patent to John Boyd and Thomas Alexander Boyd, of Shettleston, in the county of Lanark, North Britain, engineers, for the invention of "Improvements in machinery for winding yarn or thread."
Machinery for winding yarns or threads letters patent to Edward Whalley and James Horrocks, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, for the invention of "Improvements in machines used for winding, doubling and twisting textile of fibrous yarns or threads on to bobbins, spools, cops, or reels."
In the Supreme Court state of Nebraska, Lusetta J. Solt et al., appellees, vs. Lewis C. Anderson et al., appellants brief on rehearing.
Louis E. Beckmann, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
Pulteney and Hornby titles, Supreme Court, Masterton Ure and others vs. Almerin Graves opinion of the Supreme Court, in favor of the title, delivered by Justice Welles, at the Monroe General term, September term, September, 1850, also copies of various public documents respecting the title.
Mary, the maid of the Inn, an interesting narrative, detailing the singular way she discovered her lover to be a robber and murderer, his conviction and execution, with her forlorn and destitute wanderings and unhappy death
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in General term, January, 1891, no. 201, Mary Le Flore and Amanda Hodges vs. Ellen Cochrane et al., eq. no. 12,406, doc. 30 a suggestion to the court.
Henry A. Mann, plaintiff in error, against the people, &c., defendants in error
Margaret Campbell vs. New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Marie stuart son procés et son exécution d'après le journal inédit de bourgoing son médecin la correspondance d'amyas paulet, son geôlier et autres documents nouveaux
In the suit entitled Mary Baker G. Eddy by her next friends, George W. Glover et als., vs. Calvin A. Frye et als. record comprising papers and documents on clerk's files.
Mant versus Peyton this was an action tried in the Court of King's Bench, at Westminster Hall, by a special jury, before the Right Honorable Lord Ellenborough, on Saturday, the 9th of July, 1814.
In the House of Lords, Major Michael Fallijeff of Saint Petersburgh merchant, and Sir William Forbes baronet, his attorney, appellants, the Honourable William Elphinstone owner, and John Gardiner master of the Paisley of Carron, a private ship of war, respondents the appellants case.
In error and appeal, Mathieson v. Weir
Mary E. Hughes, respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, appellants brief for property owners.
In the Supreme Court of the State of California Mary Frances Ward, by A.J. Ward, her guardian, ad litem, plaintiff, against Noah F. Flood, principal of the Broadway Grammar School, in the city and county of San Francisco, defendant : statement of the case.
In the Supreme Court, U.S., appeal from the Court of Claims, Marshall O. Roberts and others, appellants, against the United States, appellees brief for appellants, submitted under 20th rule.
In the House of Lords, an appeal from the Court of Session in Scotland, Major Michael Fallejeff, merchant in Petersburgh, owner of the Vorst Potomskin, of Petersburgh, appellant, the Honourable Captain William Elphinstone, respondent the respondent's case.
Mary Schweidler, the Amber witch the most interesting trial for witchcraft ever known, printed from an imperfect manuscript by her father Abraham Schweidler, the pastor of Coserow, in the island of Usedom /
In the Choctaw and Chickasaw Citizenship Court, Mary Goddard et al., applicants, vs. Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations brief for applicants.
Maine Baptist Missionary Convention, appellant, v. Charles E. Cotting et. al., trustees, appellees on appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : motion to re-assign.
Maine Baptist Missionary Convention, appellant, vs. Charles E. Cotting et al., trustees on appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : motion to advance.
Major General Meade's report on the Ashburn murder
Martin's annals of crime or, New Newgate calendar and general record of tragic events, including ancient and modern modes of torture, &c. : comprehending a history of the most notorious murderers, traitors, highwaymen, pirates, burglars, pickpockets, adulterers, ravishers, decoyers, incendiaries, poachers, swindlers, and felons and rogues of every description : interspersed with reflections and observations on the affairs of life, authentic accounts of various modes of punition and torture, delineations of gaols and judicatories, and anecdotes and memoranda of criminal proceedings, and of the sayings and doings of different courts and agents in the dispensing of law and justice, and the exercising of authority.
William H. Marston, respondent, against Jay Gould, appellant, appellant's points statement of facts.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New Mexico, January term, A.D. 1914, Mary Lester Field, appellant, vs. Clarence A. Hudson, appellee appeal from District Court, Bernalillo County : transcript of record.
[Mary MacKinnon-lawyer's dispute]
Wm. H. Marston, respondent, against Jay Gould, appellant statement and points on behalf of the respondents.
In the Court of Appeals, Mary E. Hughes, respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and another, appellants brief prepared by counsel for respondents in calendar causes nos. 462, 463, 464, in which plaintiffs are devisees or grantees.
In the Court of Appeals, Mary E. Hughes, respondent, vs. the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, appellants brief for respondents.
Mars Realty Corporation and Appia Holding Corporation, plaintiffs, against James J. Sexton, Earl H. Miller, Bernard M. Patten, Thomas Kenny, John R. Crews, Hyman Turchin and George Henry Payne, as commissioners of taxes of the city of New York and constituting the Board of Taxes and Assessments of the city of New York, defendants, and Darwin R. James, Oliver Cabana, Jr., John Halkett, Louis H. Pink and Aaron Rabinowitz, constituting the Board of Housing of the state of New York, intervening defendants, before Mr. Justice John E. McGeehan, county clerk's index no. 5221/1931 brief for the attorney-general appearing pursuant to Executive Law, ʹ68, in support of the constitutionality of the state housing law.
Martin Pickett's heirs, plaintiffs in error, versus Samuel Legerwood et al. in error to the Circuit Court United States for the district of Kentucky.
Marcus P. Norton, trustee, v. European & North American Railway et als.
Matchless villany, or, A full and authentic narrative of the robbery and murder of John Penny, Esq., in a letter from a gentleman in London, to his friend in Hampshire with many surprising circumstances relating both to the perpetrating and discovery of those horrid facts, a character of the murder'd gentleman, some account of the life of his servant James Hall, (now in Newgate) the supposed persidous robber and cruel murderer, the copies of divers letters that passed between him, his brother, his father, and others, which very much tend to set the whole in a true light.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, petitioner, no. 876 misc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology v. Boston Society of Natural History et al.
Massachusetts General Hospital vs. inhabitants of Belmont, same vs. same
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, no. -- [actual number not printed or supplied], original, Martin Lawlor, et al., plaintiffs in error, (defendants below), vs. D.E. Loewe, et al., defendants in error, (plaintiffs below) transcript of record : error to the District Court of the United States for the district of Connecticut.
Malinda Fox vs. the state of Ohio
Criminal Court of Baltimore, filed June 1, 1926, state of Maryland vs. Harold Elliston, managing editor, Baltimore News, Earl C. Deland, managing editor, Baltimore American, Harry Clark, city editor, Baltimore News, Wm. Sturm and Wm. Klemm, photographers news and American
In the Supreme Court of the state of New Mexico, January term, A.D. 1916, Mary Lester Field, appellant, vs. Clarence A. Hudson, appellee appeal from District Court, Bernalillo County : brief of appellee.
Manifiesto que dan a luz juan de Mneses Piedratha, Joseph Calvo de Castro, Luis de Meneses Piedrahita, Joseph de Espinosa, prefos en la Carcel Real de la Ciudad de Toledo, y demàs comprehendidos en la Causa de Pesquisa, todos vecinos de la Villa de Ajofrin, para desvanecer los futiles indicios, con que siniestramente se les ha intentado incluìr, como indicados en dicha pesquisa, por querella dada por diego gonzalez de castro, y matheo medrano y Lumbreras, vecinos de dicha Villa
Maryland contested electionاBrooks vs. Davis
Marcus P. Norton et al., complainant, v. European and North American Railway et als., respondents pleadings and proofs.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New Mexico, January term, A.D. 1916, appeal from District Court, Bernalillo County, Mary Lester Field, appellant, vs. Clarence A. Hudson, appellee abstract of record.
Manchester & Lawrence Railroad v. Concord Railroad Corporation record of proceedings and testimony before the referees.
The material facts in the George W. Glover suit
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, Marie Louise Perrin and Trautman Perrin, appellants, vs. the United States, no. 211 appeal from the Court of Claims : brief for the United States.
Pearsall Johnson and Mary Dixon, pl'ffs in error, vs. Catherine Moltus, def't in error in error from the Circuit Court of Mobile.
Paul Esteben, &c., William Fagan, et al., vs. the state of Louisiana points of counsel of defendants in error for a supersedeas and injunction.
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant bill of complaint and affidavit.
In the Court of Exchequer, Nisi Patrick sittings, after Hilary term, 1872, Justin O'Byrne v. the Marquis of Hartington and several others report of trial held in the Court of Exchequer, Four Courts, Dublin : before the Right Honorable the Lord Chief Baron, and a special jury of the city of Dublin, on the 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd days of February, and 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th days of June, and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th days of July, 1872.
Particulars respecting Grace Tripp who was hanged for murder.
Isaac McDaniels, ex. of James McDaniels vs. Thomas McDaniels, Rutland County Court, September term, 1866 appeal from the probate of a will on a motion by the defendant for a new trial.
McAllister Lighterage Line, Inc., libellant, vs. the British Steamship "Roseric", in admiralty brief on behalf of the British Embassy.
James McDonough, plaintiff-respondent, vs James Reilly Repair and Supply Company, defendant-appellant
In the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, in the matter of the application of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title to lands and premises required for opening Eighteenth Avenue, from Jackson Avenue to the East River, in the First Ward, borough of Queens, city of New York memorandum of the city of New York, in support of motion to dismiss appeal of Anna A. Scheurer to this court.
Mémoire de l'abbé J. Contrafatto, prêtre sicilien a l'opinion publique.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title, wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired, to the lands, tenements and hereditaments required for the opening and extending of Hawkstone Street (although not yet named by proper authority), from Walton Avenue to Grand Boulevard and concourse, in the Twenty-fourth Ward, borough of the Bronx, city of New York brief of the city of New York, respondent, in opposition to the motion to amend remittitur.
Memoirs of George Edwards, alias Wards, the acknowledged spy and principal instigator in the Cato-Street plot, from his early life to the present time in which the various machinations of this desperate character to entrap the unwary and inoffensive, are impartially detailed, and made public through the praiseworthy exertions of Alderman Wood, M.P., in his humane endeavours to bring this miscreant to justice : to which is added, An account of the life and trials of the five deluded men who were beheaded on Monday, May 1 /
Memoirs of George Barrington, from his birth in MDCCLV, to his last conviction at the Old Bailey, on Friday, the 17th of September, MDCCXC
Contested election case of Lincoln Loy McCandless, contestant, versus Samuel Wilder King, contestee, from the territory of Hawaii
[John McCarthy vs. Westfield Plate Company]
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired to the lands, tenements and hereditaments required for the opening and extending of West One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Street (although not yet named by proper authority), from Broadway to the Hudson River in the 12th Ward, borough of Manhattan, city of New York memorandum of the city of New York in opposition to the motion of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals.
Particulars of William Honeyman, alias Innes, the young swindler, James Danes, a smuggler for robbing the Rev. Mr. Andrews, S. Clarke, alias Hagger, who said he was an innocent sufferer : John Staines, for stealing cattle, and an account of all the prisoners tried in Maidstone, at the March assizes, 1806, among whom were some companions to the late Hell Fire Jack : to which are added the principal law causes.
[Statement of facts arising out of the chancery suit of Pearce vs. Lindsay]
People of the state of New York, respondents, against Harry Weinberger, Rudolph Schildkraut, Esther Stockton, Virginia MacFadden, Marjorie Stewart, Irwin J. Adler, Mae Berland, Sam Jaffe, Morris Carnovsky, Dorothee Nolan, Aldeah Wise, Lillian Taiz and James Meighan, defendants-appellants case on appeal.
Petition for James Stirling, Esq., agent for the Scots Mine Company at Leadhills, against Leonard Prat and Edward Sommers
Patrick J. Brady vs. the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey on demurrer : record.
Particulars of the trial, execution, &c., of Richard Armitage, and Charles Thomas who suffered this morning before the debtors' door, Newgate, for forgery : with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England : to which is added, a word of advice to young men.
Particulars respecting Francis Cooke, Esq., and John Woodburne who were hanged for cutting and maiming Mr. Crisp.
Petition of a convention of the people of the district of Maine praying to be admitted into the union as a separate and independent state, accompanied with a constitution for said state.
People &c., on the relation of Fernando Wood, appellants, vs. Simeon Draper, James Bowen, James W, Nye, Jacob Cholwell and James S.T. Stranahan, respondents respondents' points.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, Supreme Court, General term, the people of the state of New York, ex rel., Western Electric Company against Frank Campbell, as comptroller of the state of New York brief for comptroller.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1894, nos. 893 and 894, Charles Pollock, appellant, vs. the Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., &c., no. 893, Lewis H. Hyde, appellant, vs. the Continental Trust Co., &c., no. 894
Plymouth Church and its pastor, or, Henry Ward Beecher and his accusers
Petitions for damages for the diversion of Sudbury River by the city of Boston being the petitions, testimony and arguments of counsel presented before William G. Russell, James B. Francis, Charles A. Stevens, commissioners under the act of Legislature for supplying the city of Boston with pure water.
Potomac Electric Power Company, a corporation, and Washington Railway and Electric Company, a corporation, appellants, vs. the Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia, a corporation, J. Thilman Hendrick, Mabel T. Boardman, and Charles W. Kutz, commissioners of the District of Columbia and as such constituting the said Public Utilities Commission of the District of Columbia appeal from the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
Petition of Edward S. Stokes
Memorial for Mrs. Ann Majendie, formerly Routledge, wife of the Right Reverend Henry William, Lord Bishop of Bangor, and her husband for his interest, pursuer, against William Thomas Carruthers, Esq., describing himself of Dormont, defender
Maynard, Merrill & Co., appellees, vs Wm. Beverly Harison, appellant opinion of the court by Judge Shipman.
Pin or pirn winding machines letters patent to Edward Booth, of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, manufacturer, for the invention of "Improvements in pin or pirn winding machines" : sealed the 29th August 1873, and dated the 20th March 1873.
In Court of Appeals, John A. Post et al., respondents, vs. Matilda Weil, executrix, &c., and others, appellants John A. Post et al., respondents, vs. Adolph Bernheimer, appellant : respondents' brief in opposition to appellant's motion for reargument.
Pleadings and proceedings in the case of James Fisk, Jr., versus the Union Pacific Railroad Company, the Credit Mobilier of America, Oliver Ames, Thomas C. Durant, John J. Cisco, H.S. McComb, Sidney Dillon, Cornelius S. Bushnell, Benjamin E. Bates, John Duff, Josiah Bardwell, John B. Alley, Ebenezer Cook, F. Gordon Dexter, Charles A. Lambard, William H. Macy, John F. Tracy, George Ashman, Jesse L. Williams, Samuel McKee, James S. Rollins, James Brooks, Edwin D. Morgan, Oakes Ames, John Doe, Richard Roe, and James Jackson, defendants
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, (an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England), Flora, Olfert Olferts Klein, master, Placido de Areylza, one of the partners in the house of trade of Gomez de La Torre Perez Mazarredos and Co., of London, merchants, claimant on behalf of his said house of trade, as the owners and consignees of one moiety of 185 bales, and one fourth of 47 bales, and the consignees of the remaining part of 236 bales of spanish wool, on board the said ship, appellant, against Nicholas Kempe, Esquire, commander of His Majesty's hired Armed Brig Cockatrice, the captor, respondent appellant's case.
Melissa Cornell, as administratix of Jane A. Brower against the Bank for Savings in the City of New York, impleaded statement and points for respondent on appeal to General term from judgement.
James McDonough, plaintiff-respondent, against the James Reilly Repair and Supply Company, defendant-appellant memorandum on behalf of defendant-appellant.
In the matter of Mount Vernon Avenue re damage nos. 14 and 19 memorandum in behalf of respondent, the city of New York upon the motion for reargument.
Mémoire a consulter, et consultation pour les sieurs tupigny de moligneau et Quenedey, créanciers privilégiés de la succession vacante du sieur Vandermey, appelans et demandeurs, contre les frères herwyn, se prétendant fermiers des moëres appartenant à ladite succession, intimés, en présence de me. houzelle, avoué près le tribunal d'anvers, curateur à la succession vacante Vandermey, défendeur
In the matter of acquiring title to Wallace Avenue, Barnes Avenue and Matthews Avenue, from Baker Avenue to Bear Swamp Road, and Muliner Avenue, form Morris Park Avenue to Bear Swamp Road, in the 24th Ward, borough of the Bronx, city of New York, application of Mary E. Farrelly memorandum of the city of New York, in support of motion for leave to appeal and for the certification of a question of law for review by the Court of Appeals.
Melissa Cornell, as administratix of the goods, chattels and credits of Jane A. Brower, deceased, plaintiff and respondent, against the Bank for Savings in the City of New York, impleaded with others, defendant and appellant case on appeal.
Memoir of the assassination of Henry Rives Pollard
In the matter of the application of the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title, wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired, to the lands, tenements and hereditaments required for the purpose of opening Spuyten Duyvil Road (although not yet named by proper authority) from Spuyten Duyvil Parkway, near the Spuyten Duyvil Depot to the junction of Riverdale Avenue and West Two Hundred and Thirtieth Street, as the same has been heretofore laid out and designated as a first-class street or road, in the Twenty-fourth Ward, city of New York, and in re application of Caroline Weigel et al., for damages caused by abandonment, discontinuance and closing of Old Kings-Bridge Road, etc., in the Twenty-fourth Ward, borough of the Bronx, city of New York memorandum of the city of New York, in opposition to the motion for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals.
James McDonough, plaintiff-respondent, vs James Reilly Repair and Supply Company, defendant-appellant respondent's brief.
Mémoire a consulter et consultation pour la Marquise de Gabriac, tutrice de ses enfans mineurs, contre la demoiselle meunier, le sieur d'Argilly, son sils naturel, le nommé Neel, &c., &c., &c., &c., question principale dans une succession obérée, faut-il déclarer nuls ou seulement réduire des donations & des legs considérables faits à une concubine & à différens bâtards au préjudice des enfans légitimes?
To the chairman, duputy chairman, and court of directors, of the East India Company, the humble memorial of Richard S.M. Sprye, late captain, in their army of Fort St. George
Memorial for Patrick Home of Billie, Esq., John Home of Ninewells and others, defenders against Henry Trotter of Mortonhall, pursuer
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Navy, accompanied with the proceedings of a court martial lately held at Norfolk, for the trial of Lieut. Beverly Kennon, (rendered in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 25th, April, 1824)
Merchants' National Bank vs. Eastern R.R. Co., and trustees plaintiffs' second brief.
Phrenological character of Reuben Dunbar, with a short treatise on the causes and prevention of crime
Plea of Clarence Darrow in his own defense to the jury that exonerated him of the charge of bribery at Los Angeles, August, 1912
The city injunction case Superior Court of the City of Chicago, Philip Dean, complainant, vs. John C. Haines, mayor, Samuel D. Ward, comptroller, Alonzo Harvey, treasurer /
Philip Cade, Esq., against Catherine Cade libel given in the 5th of December, 1772.
Unto the Right Honourable, the commissaries of Edinburgh, the petition of Lieutenant William Henry Cranston
Catastrophe du navire école belge plaidoirie de me Léon Hennebicq devant la Cour d'appel de Bruxelles.
Pieces originales et procedures du proces fait à Robert-François Damiens, tant en la prévôté de l'hôtel, qu'en la cour de Parlement.
Petition or complaint of New York Telephone Company in respect to increase in rates, charges, tolls and rentals to be charged by it for telephone service in New York City, case no. 7720 brief for the city of New York.
Poor Mary Stannard! a full and thrilling story of the circumstances connected with her murder : [his]tory of the monstrous Madison crime: the most mysterious of all the cases which have baptized Connecticut in blood : the only true and reliable account : the clairvoyant's wonderful story.
Pierce Egan's account of the trial of John Thurtell and Joseph Hunt with an appendix disclosing some extraordinary facts exclusively in the possession of the editor : with portraits and many other illustrative engravings.
Poche osservazioni in difesa del Signor Bright nella causa contro di lui promossa dal pubblico ministero per contravvenzione alla legge sanitaria.
Message from the President of the United States, enclosing sundry documents, relative to John Pickering, district judge of the district of New Hampshire
Memoirs of the Rev. Ammi Rogers, A.M. a clergyman of the Episcopal Church, educated at Yale College in Connecticut, ordained in Trinity Church in the city of New-York, persecuted in the state of Connecticut, on account of religion and politics for almost twenty years and finally, falsely accused and imprisoned in Norwich jail for two years, on the charge of crimes said to have been committed in the town of Griswold, in the county of New London, when he was not within about one hundred miles of the place and of which he was absolutely as innocent as the judge who pronounced the sentence, or as any other person in the world /
Proceedings in an action for debt between the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox, plaintiff and John Horne Tooke, Esq., defendant
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay on Sandwith's divorce (India) bill
Proceedings against the Archdeacon of Taunton, in 1854, 1855, 1856 from the notice of intention to issue the commission, October 31, 1854, to giving sentence by the court at Bath, October 22, 1856.
Wm. A. Preston v. H.A. Cutter, ex'r et al., Wm. A. Preston, admr., H.A. Cutter, ex'r et al., Wm. A. Preston, admr., v. F.O. Munroe, et al., apt., Henry A. Cutter, ex'r apt., v. Wm. Preston plff's [plaintiff's] brief.
Proceedings in a cause, tried at Westminster Hall, on Wednesday, Feb. 2d, 1791, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury wherein Mr. Charles Ryland, chief mate of the Walpole East Indiaman, was plaintiff and Mr. Henry Churchill, commander of the above ship, was defendant for an unjust and malicious suspension /
Preston v. Cutter and Cutter v. Preston second brief for Preston.
Problems of modern American crime
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay, on Keays' divorce (India) Bill
Merrill & Co. vs Boston & Lowell R.R. brief for defendants.
Memorandum submitted to the Committee on Privileges and Elections United States Senate, Sixth-fifth Congress second session relative to the proposed investigation into the expenditures on the Newberry Campaign Committee
Messrs. Morgan & Ridge v. the London Dock Company Court of Exchequer, January 15, 16, 17, 18, & 21, 1860 /
Military law and the supremacy of the civil courts being the judgement the Hon. Mr. Justice McCardie in Heddon v. Evans
Metropolitan Steamship Company, appellant, v. British and North Atlantic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, from final decree (Nelson, J.), June 23, 1894 : record.
Memorial for the Right Honourable Mary, Baroness Mordaunt and James Robertson, writer to the signet her attorney,اpursuers, against John Innes, Esq., residing at Durris,اdefender
Before the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt Aktien-Gesellschaft (Hamburg-American Line) A.P.C. Trust 477, income taxes, 1971 memorandum and protest in re, alleged gain on sale of ships, June 24, 1930.
Memorial for Marinus and Cornelius Geen and James Sutherland merchant in Leith their factor chargers against Arthur Stark commander of His Majesty's Sloop the Princess Carolina and William Wightman his cautioner, suspenders
John Metz, plaintiff-respondent, against John Metz, Jr., defendant-appellant respondent's brief and points.
Memoirs of the life and remarkable exploits of the noted Dennis Neale alias John Clark, otherwise called the second Turpin, who was executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 4th of February, 1754, for robbing on the highway containing a full account of all his extraordinary adventures and most daring robberies during a course of years, from his first arrival in this kingdom : together with those of the famous Horniblow, M'Sheen, Whiffin, &c., &c., &c. : including particularly, the manner of Neale's committing that audacious robbery on His Excellency Prince Galli, on Finchley Common /
Memorial respecting the right of Mr. John Wade Damon, an Inhabitant of Havana to the ownership of the contract that he made with the municipality of said city on the sixteenth of February, 1838, for the supply of ice, for the term of ten years to the exclusion of Mr. Frederick Tudor, merchant of Boston, in the United States of America /
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay on Munbee's divorce (India) bill
Memoranda of exhibits referred to in testimony in behalf of proponents
John Metz, plaintiff-respondent, against John Metz, Jr., defendant-appellant brief for defendant-appellant.
Memorial for Archibald Douglas, of Douglas, Esq., and for Margaret, Dutchess of Douglas and Charles, Duke of Queensberry and Dover his curators, defenders, against George-James, Duke of Hamilton, Lord Douglas Hamilton and their tutors and Sir Hew Dalrymple, of Northberwick, baronet, pursuers
Steamer William Crane, no. 1985, Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company, claimants, appellants, v. Thomas Sweet et al., libelants, appellees record.
In the Appellate Court of Illinois, Second District, October term, A.D. 1923, Milk Producers Marketing Company, a corporation, appellee, vs. Arthur L. Bell, appellant appeal from Circuit Court McHenry County, Honorable Edward D. Shurtleff, chancellor : brief and argument for appellee.
Metropolitan Steamship Company, petitioners, &c., vs. William K. Vanderbilt, et al., damage claimants brief on behalf of eight sailors of the "Alva," in support of Judge Nelson's order allowing them to come in as damage claimants subsequent to expiration of the monition.
Memorial of the Common Council of Troy on the subject of a bridge across the Hudson at Albany with an appendix.
Message from the President of the United States, communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, the proceedings of the two courts of inquiry in the case of Major General Pillow
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information touching an illegal combination of private individuals against the peace and safety of the union, and a military expedition planned by them against the territories of a power in amity with the United States with the measures pursued for suppressing the same, in pursuance of a resolution of the House of the sixteenth instant.
In the Supreme Court of Illinois Northern Grand Division, March term, A.D. 1896, Michael J. Healy and Thomas J. Moran, plaintiffs in error, vs. the people of the state of Illinois, defendant in error plaintiff's brief.
United States versus Franklin W. Smith memorial of Senators and Representatives in Congress from Massachusetts, to the President of the United States : testimonial of mercantile and manufacturing houses.
Memoirs of the life of Col. E.M. Despard, with his trial at Large and his twelve associates for high treason an account of their apprehension at the Oakley Arms, Lambeth, with very interesting particulars, from the time of their condemnation to the day of their execution, Feb. 21st, 1803, when the Col. and six of his miserable companions made their final exit : with the Col's. speech on the platform.
Minnie M. Johnson v. Nelson S. Johnson, Minnie M. Johnson v. Nelson S. Johnson
Million and first half million trust cases reply in behalf of the receiver to two propositions, (not previously argued but) contained in the closing "Observations for trustees in reply."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Bernard Hartley Esquire with Harriet Say Hartley his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Rushbrooke's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Davidson's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Ann Battersby with Arthur Battersby her now husband and to enable her to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill intituled, "An act to dissolve the marriage of George Lloyd Esquire with Athalie Pulcherie Clotilde his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for others purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes and proceedings of the general court martial, held at the Royal Hospital, at Chelsea, on Saturday, the 22d of June, 1799 and continued by adjournment till Thursday, the 27th of the same month, on the conduct of Major Andrew Armstrong, of the 11th (or North Devonshire) Regt. of Foot, in the late expedition to ostend accompanied with extracts from the Parliamentary debates, general orders and official documents relative to the said expedition.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Hawkins's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Henry Smith, Esquire, with Julia his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned", June, 1857
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Georgina Hall with Henry Foley Hall her now husband and to enable the said Georgina Hall to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of a court martial holden on board His Majesty's Ship, Gladiator in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th day of July 1809 and continued by adjournment till Friday, the 4th day of August following, on the trial of the Right Honourable James Lord Gambier, admiral of the Blue, commander in chief of the Channel Fleet, &c., &c. including a complete copy of His Lordship's defence, taken from the original and the whole of the evidence and occasional discussion /
Minutes and proceedings of a general court martial, holden at Boston, by order of His Excellency Caleb Strong, governor and commander in chief of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, before which, Major Joseph Loring, Jr., of the First Regiment, Second Brigade, Fourteenth Division, was arraigned and tried on a complaint made by Brig. Gen Arnold Welles, of the Third Brigade, Frist Division for not transmitting his orders with all the letters and papers concerning the trial /
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Hugh Kinnaird Esquire with Ann his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes"
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Batley's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Pedder's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill intituled, "An act to dissolve the marriage of Samuel Barker, Esquire, with Amelia Penelope his wife, and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of George William Henry Coward with Ann Coward his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Frances Moffat with William Palmer Moffat Esquire and to enable her to marry again."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Cutbill's divorce bill
Mills v. Harris deceit and treachery exposed, being a true and impartial statement of facts, relative to the above action, tried at the Spring Gloucester Assizes 1832, in which is shown the oppressive and tyrannical conduct of a landlady toward her tenant and the blamable conduct of the defendant's attorney therein /
Wheeling bridge
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill intituled "An act to declare void an alleged marriage between Elizabeth Hickson, an infant and Thomas Buxton."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Oliver Jackson Esquire with Georgiana Maria Jane Jackson his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes there in mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Fisher's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Bennett's divorce bill
Minutes of a court martial holden on board H.M.S. Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, the 26th day of July 1809 and continued by adjournment till Friday, the 4th day of August following, on the trial of the Right Honourable James Lord Gambier, admiral of the Blue, commander in chief of the Channel Fleet, &c., &c., &c. including a complete copy of His Lordship's defence, taken from the original and the whole of the evidence and occasional discussion /
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Archibald Neil Maclean, Esquire with Mary Lewis Maclean his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken at the Bar of the House of Commons in the matter of and on the consideration of the petition of Messrs. Hansard
Minutes and proceedings of a division court martial begun and holden at Boston, on Tuesday, October 29, 1805, as they relate to the trial of Capt. Joseph Loring, Jun., one of the officers ordered to be tried by said court
Sarah P. Miller, libelant, v. Nathaniel J. Miller
In the Appellate Court of Illinois, Second District, October term, A.D. 1923, Milk Producers Marketing Company, a corporation, appellee, vs. Arthur L. Bell, appellant appeal from Circuit Court McHenry County, Honorable Edward D. Shurtleff, chancellor : reply brief and argument for appellant.
Proceedings in the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, March term, 1825, in relation to two indictments against William S. Spear for an alleged libel on Edward Dexter & Sarah Mumford.
Proceedings in the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, on Ewing's divorce (India) bill
Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry convened at the Navy Department, Washington D.C., October 5, 1882, in pursuance of a joint resolution of Congress approved August 8, 1882, to investigate the circumstances of the loss in the Arctic seas of the exploring Steamer "Jeannette," etc.
In the General Assembly, proceedings in the cause at the instance of David Jolly and others, a committee of proprietors of the Abbey Chapel of Ease, Arbroath against Mr. James Johnston M'Farlane, minister of said Chapel
Proceedings in the Massachusetts Senate in the matter of Thomas Drew, a witness charged as for a contempt in refusing to be sworn or to testify : before a Joint Special Committee of the Legislature, April, 1869.
Proceedings of a court-martial, held upon Captain Philip Hay, of the Third Regiment of Foot, by order of Major General Hunter, commanding His Majesty's troops in Wexford, July 27, 1798
Proceedings in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, in relation to a quo warranto calling upon Thomas Johnson, Esquire, to show by what authority he claimed to exercise the Office of Alderman of the city of London
Proceedings of a court martial, holden at Quebec, for the trial of Lieutenant Benoit Bender, of the 41st Regiment of Foot, in July, 1815
The state of Missouri vs. Samuel T. Glover indictment for practising law without taking the new constitution oath : the indictment, motions, speeches, etc.
Proceedings in the case for damages for alleged mal-practice in the performance of the cs̆arian operation : Elkanah H. Hodges and Mary E.P. Hodges, plffs., vs. E.S. Cooper, defendant : tried in the Fourth District Court, San Francisco, John S. Hager, justice, November, 1858 /
Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, ex parte George Viscount Valentia, 1796
Proceedings in the cases of the impeachment of Charles Robinson, governor, John W. Robinson, secretary of state, George S. Hillyer, auditor of state of Kansas
Proceedings in the trial of Nicol Muschett
Proceedings in the House of Lords upon a writ of error from the Court of Exchequer chamber in relation to a Quo Warranto calling upon, Thomas Johnson, Esquire, to show by what authority he claimed to exercise the Office of Alderman of the city of London /
Proceedings in the case of the United States against Duncan G. McRae, William J. Tolar, David Watkins, Samuel Phillips and Thomas Powers for the murder of Archibald Beebee at Fayetteville, North Carolina, on the 11th day of February, 1867 : together with the argument of Ed. Graham Haywood, special judge advocate, in reply to the several arguments of the counsel for the defence : Colonel J.V. Bomford, U.S.A., president of Commission, Mayor Robert Avery, U.S.A., judge advocate /
Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench in Ireland, on an issue joined between the Right Hon. John Toler, attorney-general, on the part of the King, and James Napper Tandy and Harvey Morris, Esqrs. with the evidence, arguments of counsel, and charge of t he Right Hon. Lord Kilwarden /
Proceedings in the Court of Exchequer Chamber, upon a writ of error from the Court of King's Bench, in relation to a Quo warranto, calling upon John Humphery, Esquire to show by what authority he claimed to exercise the Office of Aldermen of the city of London /
Proceedings in the equity suit of the Commonwealth of Virginia vs. the state of West Virginia with an appendix /
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Ann Dawson with John Dawson her now Husband and to enable her to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John otherwise Jean Louis Mieville with Mary Ann his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Mobile Transportation Company, appellant, against city of Mobile, Gregory L. Smith, Harry T. Smith and Julia S. Barnes, appellees, appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, October term, 1905, no. 103 Part I. Brief on behalf of Mobile Transportation Company, appellant in opposition to motion to affirm or dismiss : Part II. Brief on behalf of Mobile Transportation Company, appellant on the merits.
Minutes of the proceedings at a Court-martial, assembled for the trial of the Honourable Admiral Augustus Keppel, on a charge exhibited against him by Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, baronet
Bill of advocation, Miss Malcolm against John Cameron
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Robert Clayton Esquire with Alice Hugh Massy his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Wyndham's divorce (India) bill
Minutes of meeting of Board of Arbitration reconvened at Chicago, Illinois August 17th, 1915 for the purpose of answering certain questions raised as to meaning or application of the award arbitration between the Western Railroads represented by a Conference Committee of Managers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen : submitted to arbitration, under the provisions of the act of congress approved July 15, 1913, by agreement dated August 3, 1914.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Nathaniel Bogle French Shawe Esquire with Charlotte Shawe his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned"
Minutes of the proceedings of a general court martial, assembled at the Castle of Good Hope on the 4th January, 1810, by order of the Hon. Lieut. Gen. H.G. Grey, commander of the forces and lieutenant governor of the Cape of Good Hope, in South Africa, for the trial of R. Ryan, Esq., capt., in the 93d Regiment and of W. Burke Nicolls, Esq., capt., in the 72d Regt., the former on a charge of having been the principal, the latter on a charge of having been second, in a duel alleged to have taken place on the 25th December, 1809 with T. Patullo, Esq., paymaster of the 93d Regt., principal, T. Hitchins, Esq., capt., in the 93d Regt., having been his second.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Arthur Stock with Mary Beauman otherwise Wahab and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Josiah Smith, with Elizabeth, his wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of the proceedings at a Court-martial assembled for the trial of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser, bart.
Miss Ann Bruce, daughter of Sir John Bruce of Kinross, baronet, deceased appellant, James Bruce-Carstairs, now of Kinross, Esq., respondent the appellant's case : to be heard at the Bar of the House of Lords, on Tuesday, the 4th day of May 1773.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Carleton, Esquire, with Rosamond Carleton his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Trial for a breach of promise of marriage Miss Elizabeth Chapman against William Shaw, Esq., attorney at law before the Right Honourable Lord Kenyon, in the Court of King's-Bench, Westminster-Hall, on Saturday the 22d of May, 1790.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of the Reverend Edward Quenby Ashby with Elizabeth Sophia his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of the proceedings before the Hon. John Sergeant of Philadelphia in the matter of the Pea Patch Island, referred to him as sole arbitrator between the United States on one side and James Humphrey on the other
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Stepney Saint George, Esquire, with Anne his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for the other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence, taken before the committee of the whole house, on the statement made by the Attorney General of Ireland, in his place, on the 15th Day of April last respecting the proceedings on the trials of Forbes, Graham, and Handwich, and the conduct of the Sheriff of the city of Dublin on that occasion
Minutes of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the state of New Jersey, sitting as a High Court of Impeachment at the city of Trenton, in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty and or the independence of the United States the fifty-fourth
Minutes of the proceedings of the court-martial held on Mr. John James Hood Lingard, master of His Majesty's Ship Brazen, on July 17th and 18th, 1820 at St. Helena together with the correspondence, affidavits and counsels opinions relating thereto, &c. &c.
James L. Mitchell vs. Cassius H. Read points for plaintiff.
Minutes of the proceedings of a court martial, holden on board His Majesty's Ship Albion, in Sheerness Harbour on the 16th October, 1815 on charges exhibited by captain Samuel Butcher, Late of His Majesty's Ship Antelope against the Right Hon. Lord George Stuart, Late of His Majesty's Ship Newcastle
State of Missouri, complainant, vs. state of Illinois and the Sanitary District of Chicago, defendants, original no. 4
Mobile Transportation Company, appellant, against City of Mobile, Gregory L. Smith, Harry T. Smith and Julia S. Barnes, appellees appeal from the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, October term, 1905, no. 103.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Louisa Turton with Thomas Edward Michell Turton her now husband and to enable the said Louisa Turton to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Miscellaneous statements in rebuttal to exhibits presented by the railroads prepared under the supervision of W.S. Carter ; exhibit number 85 presented by witness S.T. Steinberger.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Maurice Crosbie Moore, Esquire, with Diana Moore his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of the proceedings at the trial of Rear-Admiral Knowles before a Court-martial, held on board His Majesty's yacht the Charlotte at Deptford, for his conduct and behaviour in and relating to an engagement with a Spanish squadron on the 1st of October, 1748 /
Minutes, Sir Duncan Campbell against Patrick Crawford of Auchinames
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Samuel Le Fevre Esquire with Mary his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of the evidence taken at the trial of Warren Hastings Esquire, late governor general of Bengal, at the Bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster Hall upon an impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the Commons of Great Britain
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Chippindall with Mary Anne Chippindall his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Medows Hamerton Esquire with Isabella Frances his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes"
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Alexander Grant Esquire with Maria Theresa his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Miss Mary Blandy's own account of the affair between her and Mr. Cranstoun, from the commencement of their acquaintance in the year 1746 to the death of her father in August 1751 with all the circumstances leading to that unhappy event : to which is added an appendix containing copies of some original letters now in possession of the editor, together with an exact relation of her behaviour, whilst under sentence and a copy of the declaration signed by herself, in the presence of two clergymen two days before her execution /
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Hough, a major in the military service of the Honourable East India Company, with Sophia his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Missouri lottery case, decision
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Peter Reade Cazalet Esquire with Caroline Wahab his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes taken at a court-martial assembled on board His Majesty's Ship Torbay began the 28th of January, 1744 and ended the 5th of February following, pursuant to an order from the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, bearing the date the 28th of November, 1744 to Vice-Admiral Rowley : being an enquiry into the conduct of Captain Richard Norris, in an engagement between the English fleet under the command of Admiral Mathews and the united fleet of French and Spaniards in the Mediterranean on the 11th of February, 1743.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of William Medows Hamerton Esquire with Isabella Frances his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled أ An act to dissolve the marriage of Jonathan Warr with Betty his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of proceedings at a Court martial, held on Board His Majesty's Ship Leopard, at Mocha on the 11th of June 1799, on Lieutenant Chalmers of His Majesty's Ship Daedalus
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of the Right Honourable Edward Baron Ellenborough with the Right Honourable Jane Elizabeth Baroness Ellenborough his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Miss Anna Bruce, appellant, James Bruce Carstairs, Esq., respondent the respondent's case.
Mr. Trist's statement to the public
The right of the people to establish forms of government Mr. Hallett's argument in the Rhode Island causes, before the Supreme Court of the United States, January, 1848 : no.14, Martin Luther vs. Luther M. Borden and others, no.77, Rachael Luther vs. the same.
Complete and faithful report of the proceedings of a court martial on Captain Hugh Pigot, C.B., held on board H.M.S. Hastings, at Sheerness, in May & June, 1834
In Common Pleas of Dauphin County, no. 87, November term, 1881, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. the Standard Oil Company of Ohio account, specificaions of objections, agreement as to facts, depositions, &c.
Comment on the Lorimer case
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the sixteenth year of the reign of King Charles the First, A.D. 1640, to the first year of the said reign of King Charles the Second, A.D. 1649.
Coleccion de las causas mas célebres los mejores modelos de alegatos, acusaciones fiscales, interrogatorios y defensas en lo civil y criminal del foro francés, inglés y espa̜ol /
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the thirtieth year of the reign of King Charles the Second, A.D. 1678, to the thirty-second year of the said reign, A.D. 1680.
Commonwealth vs. Daniel W. Getchell, in matter of Torrey E. Wardner for contempt
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, vs. Francis O.J. Smith, on an indictment procured by the conspiracy and perjuries of D.H. Craig and his witnesses, male and female
Message of the President of the United States communicating, in answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 5th instant, calling for copies of the charges testimony and finding of the recent court of inquiry, in the case of Colonel Dixon S. Miles, of the United States Army.
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting copy of the proceedings of the naval general court-martial in the case of Commander J.H. Upshur, United States Navy
Colin Mitchell and others vs. the United States
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District, no. 32, May term, 1913, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, appellee vs. Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, appellant appeal by the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company from the judgment of the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, entered to no. 245, Commonwealth Docket, 1911 : tax on loans : paper book of appellant.
Cobbett's complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the present time comprising the period from the ninth year of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. 1163, to the forty-third year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, A.D. 1600.
G.H. Pittman v. Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association brief of defendant, appellee.
The Galveston Houston and Henderson Railroad Company et al., appellants, vs. N.A. Cowdrey et al., No. 443, N.A. Cowdrey et al., appellants, vs. the Galveston and Houston Junction Railroad Company, T.W. Pierce, et al appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Texas.
Proceedings before the Committee for Courts of Justice investigating charges against Judge J.W.G. Blackstone, pursuant to a resolution adopted by the House of Delegates, February 11, 1908
Full report of the trial of the libel suit, brought by Leonard D. Tice, of Mount Vernon, a corner of Westchester Co., N.Y., against Frank and Anna F. Dromgoole, of Mount Kisco, editor and proprietor of "The Recorder," published at Mount Kisco, N.Y., for tried at White Plains, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 1883, before Justice C.E. Pratt and a jury and resulting in a verdict for the defendants /
Freedom of the press, opinion of Hon. Harry M. Fisher judge of the Circuit Court, Cook County, Illinois in the ten million dollar libel suit brought by Corporation Counsel Samuel A. Ettelson in the name of the city of Chicago against the Chicago Tribune with an introduction and summary of the history of the struggle for free press during three centuries since the invention of printing.
Commonwealth vs. F.O.J. Smith
Report of jury trial, Colonel Graham, of Moosknowe, pursuer, against the liquidator of the Western Bank, defender before the Lord President and a jury on 21st, 22d, 23d and 25th July 1864 /
In re Charles H. Moyer, petition for original writ of habeas corpus argument in support of executive power to enforce martial law and suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus delivered before the court /
Edward H. Coffin and another, libellants and appellees, vs. the Steam towboat "Osceola" her engines, &c., Patrick Ronan, claimant and appellant findings of fact and conclusions of law proposed on the part of the libellants and appellees.
Extradition argument of the Hon. J.G. Carlisle, in the case of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Smith N. Hawes, in the Kenton Criminal Court.
[Thomas Fanshawe, Esq., plaintiff in error, against Thomas Cocksedge, defendant in error]
In the District Court of the United States, within and for the Eastern District of Missouri, Eastern Division, Commonwealth Steel Company, complainant, against the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity no. 4462 bill of complaint.
In the matter of contest between F.P. Stanton and General J.H. Lane, in the Senate of the United States
Commissioner's case in equity
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District, no. 6, May term, 1896 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ex relatione, Henry C. McCormick, attorney gerneral, vs. Frank Reeder, secretary of the Commonwealth : mandamus : appeal by defendant from a judgment of the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, at no. 20, Commonwealth docket, 1895.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, articles of impeachment by the House of Representatives, of the said Commonwealth, in their own name, and in the name of the people of Massachusetts, against Samuel Blagge, Esq., a justice of the peace and a notary public, in and for the county of Suffolk, in the Commonwealth aforesaid together with the respondent's answer.
Le Baron B. Colt, et al., vs. Elizabeth Hart Colt, et als., in equity
Condensed income and profit and loss statements of Western Railroads for the year ending June 30, 1914
Confessions, trials and biographical sketches of the most cold blooded murderers who have been executed in this country from its first settlement down to the present time
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer, as attorney general of the state of New York, et al., defendants before Arthur H. Masten, Esq., special master.
Department of Agriculture, before Hon. James Wilson, secretary of agriculture, in the matter of the prohibition under the meat inspection amendment of June 30, 1906, of the transportation and sale in interstate commerce of lard substitute prepared in the United States from imported oleostearin and vegetable oils
Full report of the trial for a libel on Henry Hunt Esq., Court of King's Bench, Friday December 17, 1824, before the lord chief justice and a special jury Hunt v. Newcomb and others.
[Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors, record of cases on appeal, 1855]
Appeal from the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, Constantine Phipps, Esq., appellant, the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, Dame Mary Levynge, otherwise Annesley, the widow, executrix and devisee of Charles Annesley, Esq., deceased Mark Whyte, gentlman, a creditor and incumbrancer on the estates in question and a trustee for the other creditors of the said Charles Annesley, respondents the case of the respondents Lady Levynge and Mr. Whyte.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the city of New York
No. 625, consolidated cause, Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company to intervene : pleadings and proofs.
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity and the City of New York, defendants
Consolidated Gas Company of New York, complainant, vs. Julius M. Mayer, as attorney general of the state of New York, William Travers Jerome, as district attorney of New York County, Frederick E. Gunnison, John C. Davies and Lucian L. Shedden, constituting the New York State Commission of Gas and Electricity, and then city of New York, defendants, before Arthur H. Masten, special master
Conflict of jurisdiction between state and federal courts opinion in Joseph Hollman, et al., vs. Harry Fulton, on habeas corpus /
Confession and execution of Horace B. Conklin tried at Utica, October 9th and 10th and executed at Whitestown, November 21, 1851 : for arson in the first degree.
[Consolidated Gas Company vs. New York Attorney General] general exhibits index.
[Connecticut Supreme court of errors, record of cases on appeal, September term 1868]
Full account of the life, adventures and execution of Ernst William Gross, who was executed at New Albany, Indiana, on Friday, December 13th, 1850
Genuine memoirs of the life of Joshua Crompton, who was convicted at the Assizes at Guildford, July 31, 1778, for uttering a forged bank note containing a variety of curious and instructive anecdotes, extraordinary stratagems, and uncommon artifices, never before exhibited to the public : to which are added his trial and manner of behaviour under sentence of death /
Report of case, G.W. Carrington versus St. Michael's Vestry decided in the Court of Common Pleas /
Gardiner v. MacDougall libel case : before James Vaughan, Esq., magistrate at Bow Street Police Court : minutes of proceedings.
George G. Stacy vs. the Portland Publishing Company
Considerations on the criminal proceedings of this country, on the danger of convictions on circumstantial evidence on the case of Mr. Donnellan and on the alarming consequences of prejudice in the administration of justice : to which are annexed, cases of innocent persons condemned and executed on circumstantial evidence : with remarks thereon /
Conclusion of the speech of C. Purton Cooper, Esq., as counsel for the Rev. Charles Wellbeloved, in the siut of the Attorney General v. Shore instituted in the High Court of Chancery, respecting Lady Hewley's Foundations, wednesday, 2nd July, 1834.
[Connecticut Supreme court of errors, record of cases on appeal, 1868]
In the Supreme Court of the state of Nebraska, George W. Leavitt, appellee, vs. the S.D. Mercer Company, et al., appellants appeal from Douglas County : brief for the S.D. Mercer Company, appellants.
George Robins versus Burke and Grubb in the Court of Exchequer, in respect to the right of an auctioneer to claim commission upon the sale of an estate, where the defendants had at the eleventh hour sold the property to the Duke of Buckingham, purposely to avoid this legitimate claim : the verdict has set this question at rest for ever, inasmuch as the learned judge (the Chief Baron of Exchequer) was throughout in favour of the legitimacy of the claim, and the jury, without leaving their box, unhesitatingly gave a verdict for the whole sum claimed, viz., six hundred & forty-four pounds, eight shillings & sixpence : extract from "The Law Times" of July 12th, "In other words, that a vendor shall not defraud an auctioneer of the fruit of his exertions by anticipating him in the sale for such in plain terms is the meaning of this most righteous decision."
George DeB. Keim et al., receivers, claimants, appellants, v. William B. Parker, libellant, appellee brief on behalf of libellant, appellee.
Considerations on the questions of law involved in the decisions of the Court of Session and House of Lords in the case of John Vans Agnew, Esq., of Sheuchan, appellant, against James Stewart, Esq., of Cairnsmuir, & Ebenezer Drew, Esq., of Auchenhay, respondents /
In the House of Lords, Constantine Phipps, Esq., claiming as heir at law of the Right Honourable James Earl of Anglesey, deceased, appellant, the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, one of th Devisees in the wills and Codicils of the said James Earl of Anglesey, deceased, who died about 50 years since, Dame Mary Levynge otherwise Annesley, the widow, executrix and devisee, of Charles Annesley, Esq., who was the only son and heir of Charles Annesley, Esq., deceased another devisee in the said wills and codicils, Mark Whyte, gentleman an incumbrancer on the estates of the said Charles Annesley the son and Charles Coote and infant by his mother and guardian eldest son and heir of Thomas Coote, Esq., who was the only son and heir of Thomas Coote Esq., his late father, deceased who was the surviving trustee named in the said wills and codicils of the said James Earl of Anglesey, respondents upon an appeal from an order of dismission of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, made 20th June 1749 : the case of the respondent, Richard Earl of Anglesey.
Condescendence for Mess. Hastie and Jamieson merchants in Glasgow
Confession of Charles Gibbs, the pirate
George H. Coffin, admir., et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., George H. Coffin, admir., et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., v. George H. Coffin, admir., et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., et al., v. George H. Coffiin, admir., et al. petitions for writ of certiorari.
No. 113, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, no. 114, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., no. 115, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., no. 116, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al. appeals from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maine, from final decrees (Putnam. J.), October 23, 1894 : certified copy of record and all proceedings in said causes to and including August 28, 1897.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, George Philip Wagner, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1910, George D. Bryan, collector of the Port of Charleston, petitioner, v. Roxana S. Ker, executrix of W.W. Ker, deceased on writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit : brief and argument for the United States.
George Place and Charles Place and Charles D. Bigelow, survivor of Bigelow and Trask, William A. Wright, et al., claimants of the Schooner "General S. Van Vliet" and Dan Smith, et al., claimants of the cargo, appellants, vs. the Norwich and New York Transportation Company appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York.
George R. Moore, respondent, agst. William C. Conner and others, executors, &c., appellants action no. 2 : brief for respondent.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes Carolina Planter, Henry White, master, George Bell, of the island of Guernsey, merchant, appellant, James Ludlow, commander of the private ship of war the Charming Molly, asserting himself to be the captor of the said Ship Carolina Planter, Henry White, master, and her cargo, respondent : on an appeal from the High Court of Admiralty of England : appellant's case.
George Parker vs. Alexander M'Dougall
George R. Moore, pl'ff and resp'd't agst. William C. Conner, et al., as executors, etc., def'ts and appell'ts action no. 1 : appellants' points.
George G. Saxe, et al., complainants, vs. Andrew H. Hammond, et al., defendants pleadings and evidence.
No. 113, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, no.114, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., no. 115, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., no.116, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al.
George Maitland, complainant and appellee, vs. James W. Birkett, defendant and appellant transcript of record, appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New York.
George B. Stearns, pl'ff. in eq., vs. Rufus K. Page, def't original bill.
George De B. Keim et al., receivers, claimants, appellants, v. William B. Parker, libellant, appellee record.
George R. Moore, respondent against William C. Conner and others, as executors, etc., appellants action no. 2 : brief for respondent.
In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, George H. Willett, plaintiff in error, against the people, defendants in error return to writ of error.
George G. Stacy vs. Portland Publishing Company brief for defendants.
George R. Moore, plaintiff and respondent, against William C. Conner and others, executors, & c., defendants and appellants action no. 1., case and exceptions.
George B. Rapelye vs. Daniel Le Roy and William H. Le Roy decision of the court.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, George Barstow, respondent, vs. B.B. Newman et als., appellants brief for respondent.
George Rose, Esq., one of the secretaries of the Treasury against William Williams, the printer and Richard Tattersall, horse-dealer and proprietor of the Morning-Post for a libel in which he is charged with having used the terrors of the excise laws as an instrument to subvert the freedom of election : tried before the Right Honourable Lloyd Lord Kenyon and a special jury, at Westminster, on Monday, July 9, 1792.
George A. Emerson vs. the New York and New England Railroad Company, et als., equity no. 2116 brief in support of defendants' plea and demurrers.
In the House of Lords (from the Second Division of the Court of Session in Scotland), George Udny, formerly of no. 10 Ormonde Terrace, in the county of Middlesex, now residing in the city of St Andrews, in Scotland, and of Donald Horne and Thomas Elliot Ogilvie Horne, writers to the signet, Edinburgh, partners of the late firm of Horne and Rose, W.S., Edinburgh, now partners of the firm of Horne, Horne and Lyell, W.S., Edinburgh his mandatories, appellants, John Henry Udny, only surviving child of the late Colonel John Robert Fullerton Udny, of Udny and Dudwick, in the county of Aberdeen, a pupil, residing in Edinburgh and William Skinner, writer to the signet, Edinburgh, his curator ad litem, respondents the respondents' case.
In the matter of the petition of Charles M. Stewart et al., adm'rs, et al., for a writ of certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, in the suits George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al. memorandum in opposition to petition.
Copyright and patents, or, Property in thought being an investigation of the principles of legal science applicable to property in thought : with their bearing on the case of Jefferys v. Boosey, recently decided by the House of Lords : in a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Brougham and Vaux : to which is appended a corrected report of the judgments delivered by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Brougham, and Lord St. Leonards /
George R. Moore, plaintiff and respondent, against William C. Conner and others, executors, &c., defendants and appellants action no. 2 : case and exceptions.
Answers for Arthur Stration of Kirkside, pursuer, to the petition of John Fullerton of Kinnaber, and Col. John Scot of Comistoun, defenders
Appendix of deeds and exhibits in the Roxburghe causes
[Appeals before the Judicial Committee of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council]
Appendix to Chanler [sic] against Sherman in the United States Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York (brief and argument, together with certified copies and discussion thereon of the 1897 and 1899 proceedings in New York and the 1901 proceedings in Virginia which preceded same) : John Armstrong Chanler [sic], of counsel for plaintiff.
Appendix to cases in the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Third Circuit, containing the Pea Patch or Fort Delaware case
Appendix to the case of the Lady Essex Ker claiming the titles and dignities of Roxburghe
Antha M. Virgil, plaintiff-appellant, against Hyman Newmark, defendant-respondent, case on appeal
George W. English
George H. Tilden, plaintiff, against Andrew H. Green, John Bigelow and George W. Smith, as executors etc., of Samuel J. Tilden, deceased and others, defendants brief for the executors and trustees of Samuel J. Tilden, deceased and for the Tilden Trust.
George Maitland, complainant, vs. Alfred C. Gibson, trading under the name and style of Gibson Gas Fixture Works, defendant
George H. Monroe, respondent, agst. Charles Peck, appellant case on appeal.
George H. Coffin, admir., et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., George H. Coffin, admir., et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., v. George H. Coffin, admir., et al., Charles M. Stewart, et al., admirs., et al., v. George H. Coffiin, admir., et al. brief for Stewart, admirs., et al., in support of petitions.
No. 113, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'r, no. 114, George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., v. Charles M. Stewart, et al. adm'rs, et al., no. 115, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs v. George H. Coffin, adm'r, et al., no. 116, Charles M. Stewart, et al., adm'rs, et al., v. George H. Coffin, adm'r et al. supplemental brief for George H. Coffin, adm'r et al., libellants, appellants, respondents, appellees.
Abstract of closing argument for plaintiff and charge of the judge in case of Geo. W. Stone vs. Wm. Segur et als. in the Supreme Court, at Salem, Mass., November term, 1865, Justice Gray, presiding William D. Northend, Stephen B. Ives, Jr., counsel for plaintiff, Stephen H. Phillips, James A. Gillis, counsel for defendants.
George A. Campbell, application filed March 5, 1900, serial no. 7281 v. Michael I. Pupin, patent issued June 19, 1900, no. 652, 230, application filed Dec. 14, 1899, serial no. 740, 238 interference declared Aug. 22, 1900 : record for George A. Campbell.
Giovannitti's address to the jury
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1878, Germania National Bank of New Orleans, appellant, vs. Case, receiver no. 217 : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Louisiana : brief for appellant.
An Act to dissolve the marriage of Sir William Abdy baronet with Dame Anne Abdy his now wife and to enable him to marry again, and for other purposes therein mentioned
George Wildes, et al., in equity versus Theodore D. Parker and William Dehon, assignee, defendants
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, Guaranty Trust Company, petitioner, against Metropolitan Street Railway Company, New York City Railway Company and others, respondents notice, waiver, motion and petition for writ of certiorari to be addressed to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Guilty? side lights on the Batson case a recrudescense of the murder of the Earll family in Louisiana, 1902 /
Anthony Barclay, Esquire, impleaded with Robert Bunch, Esquire and St. Luke's Hospital, at the suit of the New York Life Insurance and Trust Company Mr. Barclay, impleaded with Mr. Robert Bunch, at the suit of St. Luke's Hospital, argument of Charles Edwards, Esquire of counsel for Mr. Barclay.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Het Huys Brandenburg, Frans de Clerck, master, Helleman Van Eykellenberg, of Schewlm, in the county of Mark, in the dominions of His Prussian Majesty, a natural-born subject of his said Majesty, a native of Schewlm aforesaid and a member of the Council of Commerce there, by patent from His Prussian Majesty and his said Majesty's consul of the Prussian nation for upwards of ten years past, especially appionted by his said Majesty to the states of Zealand, one of the United Provinces of Holland, resident at Flushing in Zealand and the true, lawful, and sole owner of fifteen sixteenth parts or shares of the said ship Het Huys Brandenburg and her cargo for and behalf of himself, as the true, lawful and sole owner and proprieter of fifteen sixteenth parts or shares thereof and for and on behalf of William Wenham, of Hastings, in the county of Sussex, merchant, a natural-born subject of our Sovereign Lord the Kings and now and for several years last past, resident at Hastings aforesaid, the true, lawful and sole owner and proprieter of the remaining sixteenth part of the said ship and her cargo, appellant, vs John Broom, commander of the private ship of war the Union, the Captor, respondent an appeal from the Vice-Admiral Court of the island of Barbadoes : the appellant's case.
In the matter of Lambdin P. Milligan, petitioner for a writ of habeas corpus brief in behalf of the United States.
Before the Public Utilities Commission of Illinois, in the matter of the application of the Homer Electric Light and Power Company, for a certificate of convenience and necessity, no. 10680, on rehearing reply brief and argument for American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Henry Parish, deceased
In the matter of General Electric Company, American Telephone & Telegraph Company, Western Electric Company, Inc., Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, the International Radio Telegraph Company, United Fruit Company, Wireless Specialty Apparatus Company, and Radio Corporation of America argument of law on behalf of the respondents on motion to dismiss.
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission, docket no. 12964 in the matter of consolidation of the railway properties of the United States into a limited number of systems : brief on behalf of the New York Central Lines.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1912, in the matter of the application of Gordon R. McGee, ex parte petition for a rehearing.
In the matter of the application of the mayor, alderman and commonalty of the city of New York, by and through the counsel to the corporation, to acquire title to certain lands in the twelfth ward of the city of New York, as and for a public park, to be designated and known as St. Nicholas Park, under and pursuant to the provisions of chapter 366 of the laws of 1894 fourth and separate report of commissioners of appraisal.
Before the Committee on Private Land Claims, H.R., Forty Fifth Congress, in the matter of controversy between the claimants to lands under the grant to Juan Coppinger, as against the owners of the Pulgas Rancho, San Mateo County, California brief.
Correspondence with the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks
Criminal chronology of York Castle with a register of the criminals capitally convicted and executed at the County Assizes, commencing March 1st, 1379, to the present time : an interesting record to those who trace the progress of crime through the change of manners, the increase of population, and the raised complexion of the penal code /
Crews held at other than home terminals or held away from home, 1913-1914
Argument for the defendants in the case of the state of Pennsylvania, vs. the Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Co., and others, in the Supreme Court of the United States
Argument for the innocence of Charles Hussey with remarks upon the danger of giving too much credit to presumptive evidence
Applications for employment and physical examinations to which firemen are subjected by Western Railroads /
In the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, Tuesday, July 26th, 1910, before Mr. Justice Phillimore and a special jury in the matter of the petition of Right of Martin Archer-Shee : Archer-Shee v. the King /
Appendix to the case of the United States of America on behalf of the Orinoco Steamship Company against the United States of Venezuela
Arbitration between the Western Railroads and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen under the Act of Congress approved July 15, 1913 : regarding wages and working conditions of Locomotive Engineers, Firemen and Hostlers : brief and argument on behalf of the engineers, firemen and hostlers.
Arbitration between Peru and Chile appendix to the counter case of Peru in the matter of the controversy arising out of the question of the Pacific before the President of the United States of America, arbitrator : under the protocol and supplementary act between the Republic of Peru and the Republic of Chile, signed July 20, 1922, at Washington, D.C., ratified January 15, 1923.
Arbitration proceedings between the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the Boston Carmen's Union, division 589, of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America, before James J. Storrow, James L. Richards, James H. Vahey, arbitrators brief on behalf of the Boston Carmen's Union, Fred Fay, John P. Feeney, Joseph B. Eastman, of counsel.
Argument for plaintiff, in case of Thomas Hicks, Ex'r. of Capt. Isaac Hicks, versus the United States for half-pay, under the resolve of October 21, 1780 also in behalf of the half pay debts due to the officers of the revolution generally, embracing the laws and decisions in support of same : also suggestions in behalf of all the creditors of the United States /
Appendix to the case of the United States before the International Boundary Commission, United StatesاMexico, Hon. Eugene Lafleur, presiding under the provisions of the convention between the United States of America and the United States of Mexico, concluded June 24, 1910
Argument delivered before the Supreme Court of the United States, at the term of 1839, in the case of Charles C. Scott and others lessee vs. Thomas Reid and others
Defence of Hamilton Easter, et al.
Appendix to the case presented on the part of the government of Her Britannic Majesty
In the matter of Jay Cooke, William G. Moorhead, Harris C. Fahnestock, Henry D. Cooke, Pitt Cooke, George C. Thomas, James A. Garland, and Jay Cooke, Jr., Copartners, & Co., in bankruptcy
Fairburn's edition of the trial between Robert Albion Cox, Esq., plaintiff, and Edmund Kean, defendant for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife, including the evidence, speeches of counsel, and all the curious love letters, &c., &c. : tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, January the 17th, 1825, before the Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury : to which is added, a memoir containing eccentric anecdotes of the defendant in this cause and also of little breeches.
Lee D. Potter, appellant-defendant, versus Dark Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association, appellee-plaintiff brief for amici curiae.
The King versus Ferrand, Saturday, 13th November, 1819
Court of Appeals, state of New York, in the matter of the application of Joseph P. McLaughlin, petitioner-appellant, against William Wilson, commissioner of the Department of Housing and Buildings of the City of New York, Joseph D. McGoldrick and Almerindo Portfolio, comptroller and treasurer, respectively, of the city of New York, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John H. Newman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Henry C. Wist, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Alexander Newman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Edmund F. Konrady, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of George J. Northrup, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of August Nebgen, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Charles J. Falk, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Anthony A. McNally, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John E. Manion, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Louis Sweet, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Charles Zoufaly, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of William Bartow, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of John J. Lundon, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Harry P. Wasserman, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents, in the matter of Harold U. Lockwood, petitioner-appellant, against the same, defendants-respondents notice of motion to dismiss appeals for want of jurisdiction with affidavit and supporting brief.
Minutes and proceedings of a court martial, convened and holden at Newport, on Friday the first day of August, A.D. 1817, by order of the commander in chief for the trial of charges exhibited against Capt. Robert B. Cranston, of the Newport Artillery.
In the Court of Appeals, in the matter of proving the last will and testament of Henry Parish Joseph Delafield, appellant, against Daniel Parish, James Parish, Ann Parish and Martha Sherman, respondents : Susan M. Parish, appellant, against the same, respondents.
Eliza Jane Hall, plaintiff and respondent, against Russell T. Trall, defendant & appellant points for appellant.
Before the State Commission of Virginia, in the matter of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia suspension and investigation of tariffs and schedules of telephone rates, case no. 2557 : memorandum of authorities as to the commission's power to disregard the separate legal entity of the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia.
In the matter of the New York Telephone Company contribution to emergency unemployment fund of New York City, ex parte no. 107 memorandum submitted by association of community chests and councils.
In the matter of contest between Frederic P. Stanton and Hon Jos. H. Lane, pending before the Judiciary Committee of the Senate
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, H.E. McKee vs. Ellen Cochrane and others, in equity no. 11262, bill of interpleader brief for McPherson, executor of Cochrane.
In the matter of the libel of J.A. Johnson of the schooner "G.M. Porter" v. schooner "Alfred Brabrook," and the cross libel of J.M. Phillips et al., of schooner "Alfred Brabrook" v. the owners of schooner "G.M. Porter" brief in behalf of appellants, the claimants of the "Alfred Brabrook," and idem as cross-libellants v. the "G.M. Porter."
In the matter of the petition of Field S. Pendleton, libellant, appellee, petitioner, against Central Railroad Company of New Jersey, claimant, appellant, respondent brief for respondent in opposition petition for writ of Certiorari.
In the matter of the charges preferred against Austin Lathrop, superintendent of State Prisons opinion accompanying the governor's order dismissing the charges.
In the matter of the investigation of chain broadcasting supplemental brief of National Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Argument in support of Henry A. Du Pont's title to the office of United States Senator for the state of Delaware
Argument of A.M. Sherman, before the Supreme Court, (Hon. Henry E. Davies, Daniel P. Ingraham and Josiah Sutherland, Justices) August, 1858, on the Appeal of Ann Parish and Martha Sherman from the decree of the surrogate, in the matter of the probate of a will and codicils of Henry Parish, deceased
Argument of David Dudley Field, Esq., before the Supreme Court of the U.S., March 12th and 13th, 1866, in the matter of L.P. Milligan, W.A. Bowles, Stephen Horsey, petitioner, ex parte
Eliza Jane Hall, pl'ff & resp't, against Russell T. Trall, def't & appel't
In the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, April term, 1926, no. 4465 : Harry F. Sinclair and Albert B. Fall, appellants, v. United States, appellee special calendar no. : reply and argument of appellants, Harry F. Sinclair and Albert B. Fall in opposition to the motion to dismiss.
In the Court of Appeals, in the matter of the appraisal under the transfer tax acts of the property of Joseph Plummer, deceased statement and points for Harry Plummer, executor, &c., appellant, on appeal from the order of the appellate division of the Supreme Court, in the first department, affirming the order of the Surrogate's Court of New York County (Varnum, Surrogate), which affirmed the order confirming the tax on the transfer of the United States bonds here in question.
Daniel M. Stern, and al., respondents, vs. Orrin G. Staples, appellant statement and points on appeal from orders of Justice Sheridan.
In the Appellate Court of Indiana, appeal from Warrick Circuit Court, Dark Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association, appellant, vs. Baxter T. Robertson, appellee appellant's reply brief.
Argument in the cases of August Reiter, convicted of murder and Jean Louis, a colored man, convicted of arson before the Provisional Court for the state of Louisiana, Hon. Charles A. Peabody judge, &c., on the jurisdiction of the court, and the principles of the military law
Argument of David A. Burr, Esq., of Washington, D.C., for the appellant, in the case of Woodbury vs. Aldridge, upon the appeal of Jonathan Woodbury from the decision of the Commissioner of Patents, in the matter of the interference declared between the application of said Woodbury, as an assignee, for letters patent upon an improvement in fanning mills and the patent granted to Hiram Aldridge, May 24, 1859, with the reasons of appeal
Argument of Edward G. Ryan, on the trial of Levi Hubbell, judge of the Second Judicial Circuit, before the Senate of Wisconsin on an impeachment preferred by the assembly for misdemeanors in office
Argument of Hon. Samuel M. Wilson of San Francisco on behalf of petitioner in the Circuit Court
Argument in opposition to Henry A. Du Pont's claim to the office of United States Senator for the state of Delaware
In the matter of the arbitration between the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America and the Rhode Island Company, before Hon. Joseph H. Gainer, Henry F. Baldwin, Esq., Michael J. Houlihan, Esq., the board of arbitrators brief for the Rhode Island Company.
Thomas Gunn vs. the Union Railroad Co., no. 2828
Conduct of George W. English, United States district judge, Eastern District of Illinois hearing before the Special Committee of the House of Representatives pursuant to House joint resolution 347 : March 23 to April 1, 1925 July 9 and 10, 1925 December 1, 1925.
Hazard connected with the vocation of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers
Hallett Kilbourn, plaintiff in error, vs. John G. Thompson, John M. Glover, J.D. New, B.B. Lewis, and A. Herr Smith in error to the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
Argument of Brevet Major C.R. Layton, (judge advocate, Military Commission,) for the prosecution
Titles to land in the city of San Francisco, Supreme Court of California, December, 1859, Wm. Hart, respondent, vs. Burnett et als, appellants, ejectment, argument of Edmund Randolph, for appellants
Hamiltons versus Eaton
Habeas corpus and martial law a review of the opinion of Chief Justice Taney, in the case of John Merryman /
Opening statement of United States District Attorney Corkhill
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1916 no. 438, Harry T. Hall, superintendent of banks and banking of the state of Ohio, appellant, v. the Geiger-Jones Company : no. 439, Harry T. Hall, superintendent of banks and banking of the state of Ohio, appellant, v. Don C. Coultrap : no. 440, Harry T. Hall, superintendent of banks and banking of the state of Ohio, Cyrus Locher, prosecuting attorney of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and William T. Smith, sheriff of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, appellants, v. William R. Rose and the Richard Auto Manufacturing Company.
Harriet Haddock, plaintiff, against John W. Haddock, defendant
No. 1077, Steamtug Teaser and Barge Harrisburg, Harry W. Law, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees, no. 1078, George Fredericksen, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees appeals from the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, before Putnam, Bingham and Aldrich, JJ. : opinion of the court, April 8, 1915.
Henry B. Miller, collector of Cook County, Illinois, et al., appellants, vs. Morris K. Jessup et al. appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Teutonia, Robert Anderson, master, Henry Lewis Stricker, one of the partners in the House of Trade of Messrs. Peneke and Stricker, of the island of St. Thomas, merchants, and Joseph Bovoni, also of the said island, merchant, respectively subjects of His Majesty the King of Denmark, claimants of the schooner and cargo, on behalf and as the true and lawful property of them the said Messrs. Peneke and Stricker and Joseph Bovoni, appellants, Robert Moore, commander of the private schooner of War Maria, the captor, respondent on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court at Tortola : appellants case : 1803.
Crogate's case, a dialogue in qe shaves, on special pleading reform
Daniel W. Hayden vs. Jerome C. Taft pleadings and evidence.
In the matter of Purity Ice Company, incorporated, a corporation and Felice Ferlise as an individual and as president of said Purity Ice Company, incorporated brief in behalf of the National Recovery Administration.
Debate in the House of Lords, on Monday the 1st of August, 1853 upon the motion of Lord Lyndhurst, "That the House earnestly recommends the case of the Baron De Bode to the favourable consideration of Her Majesty's government."
David L. Yulee complainant, vs Francis Vose, defendant, in equity the answer of Francis Vose to the bill of complaint of David L. Yulee.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, Helen Gainer, plaintiff and appellant, vs. A.B.C. Dohrman, Katherine Philips Edson, Walter G. Mathewson, Henry W. Louis and Paul A. Sinsheimer, as members of and constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission of the state of California, defendants and respondents brief on behalf of amici curiae supporting respondents' contention.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Mississippi, J.A. Brown, appellant, vs. Staple Cotton Co-operative Association, appellee appealed from Chancery Court of Holmes County, Mississippi : March term, 1923 : statement of case, brief and argument for appellee.
Argument of John K. Porter, on the trial at Albany, of William Landon, acquitted July 21, 1855, on a charge of violating the prohibitory law
In the matter of the probate of the last will and testament of Mary F.S. Searles
In the Supreme Court of the United States, the Wheeling Bridge case Mr. Stanton's argument.
In the matter of William A. Bowles, petitioner
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, April 1865, Duncan MacGregor, et al, executors, &c., appellees, vs. Joshua Reynolds & James MacGregor, Jr., appellants closing argument.
Incidents in the life of Milton W. Streeter, the jealous and infatuated murderer, who murdered his young and beautiful wife Elvira W. Streeter, at Southbridge, Mass., October 23, 1848 containing all the interesting incidents of his lifeاall the particulars of the murderاhis trial which occurred in June, 1849, sentence, &c.
In the matter of Titus B. Eldridge, an attorney reply of Lewis L. Delafield.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1875, no. 196, Sarah Chauncey Savage, executrix of Wm. L. Savage appellant, against the United States, appellees from the Court of Claims : as to the obligation of the United States to pay a certain number of dollars in coin or its equivalent to satisfy a debt for the same number of dollars borrowed and received in coin.
In the matter of the requisition of the Governor of New York upon the Governor of Massachusetts for the delivery of William L. Vinal, alleged to have fled from justice in the state of New York into the state of Massachusetts
In the matter of the petition of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, for limitation of its liability as owner of the Steamship Titanic, Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, petitioner-appellant, William J. Mellor and Harry Anderson, claimants-appellees brief filed by leave of court as amicus curiae in the interest of certain damage claimants not parties to the appeal.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 703, October term, A.D., 1875, Herman Lieb et al., appellants, vs. Henry P. Kidder and Daniel P. Stone, appellees appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois : brief and argument for appellees /
In the matter of the separate petitions of Franklin J. Sawyer and George M. Thornton for writs of mandamus brief and argument for petitioners /
Information for Walter Keir, merchant in Perth, and the other members of the fishing-company there and Richard Davidson and John Donaldson their servants, suspenders, against the Incorporation of Wrights in Perth, chargers
Henry J. Skeffington, commissioner of Immigration, respondent, appellant, v. Morris Katzeff, petitioner, ex rel. William T. Colyer, et al., appellee appellant's brief.
Henry M. Baker vs. Horace S. Cummings opinion of Mr. Justice Hagner, of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and of Chief Justice Alvey, of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, affirming and adopting Mr. Justice Hagner's opinion.
Argument of William H. Seward, in defence of Abel F. Fitch and others, under an indictment for arson, delivered at Detroit on the 12th, 13th, and 15th days of September, 1851
In the District Court of the United States, for the Western Division of the Southern District of Georgia, Henry Jamison, vs. E.A. Wimbish, superintendent, habeas corpus
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1875, Henry B. Miller, and others county collectors, appellants, vs. Morris K. Jessup, John Paton, D.A. Lindley and E.K. Goodnow, appellees
The Hon. Judges Nelson and Betts, presiding, Henry B. Bascom, and others vs. George Lane, and others, in equity
Henry Louis Bischoffsheim against John Crosby Brown, Jesse Seligman, and others, in equity testimony taken on behalf of defendants, pursuant to notice, under rule 67 of the Supreme Court of the United States, in equity, as amended before John A. Shields, Esq., examiner, &c.
Penal questions, breach of trust.اfraud : argument of the defense in the trial of George I. Ham, former president of the United States Banking Company, S.A.
Debate on the case of the Baron De Bode in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, June 20, 1854, on the motion of Mr. Montagu Chambers extracted from Hansard's parliamentary debates, vol. cxxxiv. p. 392.
David Sears, Henry F. Sears, and Emily E. Sears, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, David McMaster, to the use, plaintiff below and appellant, vs. the West Chester State Normal School, defendant below and appellee error to the Court of Common Pleas of Chester County : paper book of appellee.
Decision of the four Judges, in the case of M'Garrahan versus Maguire on application being made for a new trial.
De lunatico inquirendo report of the proceedings taken on an inquiry, under a writ de lunatico inquirendo, in the case of Robert Parsons Persse, of Castleboy, in the county of Galway, Esq. : which commenced before the commissioners and jury, in the Court of Appeals, on the first and terminated on the Nineteenth May, 1828 : with the previous proceedings in chancery and an appendix.
Information for Miss. James Malcolm, daughter to the deceased James Malcolm, merchant of Jamaica, defender, against John Cameron, son to Alexander Cameron of Kinneard, pursuer
Information for George Middleton of London, banker, against Colonel James Cathcart of Carbiestoun
Informe para la Corte federal y de casación en las apelaciones formuladas
Indictment for murder of Ripley A. Arnold, the state vs. J.M. Steiner, District Court, Hill County
Instances of continuous service on the Western Railroads by engineers and firemen in excess of 16 hours (July 1, 1912 to December 31, 1913)
Information for Mr. Alexander Mackenzie younger of Coul, advocate, Alexander Mackenzie younger of Lentron, John Mackenzie younger of Torridon and others, pannels, against His Majesty's advocate
Information for Mr. Archibald Stewart, advocate, pursuer, against Major James Dalrymple, defender
Intercorporate relations through stock ownership, interlocking directorates and concentration of financial control of Western Railroads
Information for George Ouchterlony of London merchant, charger on a decreet arbitral against Francis Grant merchant in Edinburgh, suspender
Holding Company stock assessment cases, stockholders of Detroit Bankers Company (Holding Company) held individually liable for assessment levied on shares of First National Bank-Detroit opinions United States Circuit Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit and United States District Court Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division.
His Majesty's advocate for His Majesty's interest, appellant, Alexander Lord Forbes of Pitsligo, respondent the respondent's case.
Charles B. Hotchkiss, appellant, vs. the National Shoe & Leather Bank of New York City and the Tradesmen's National Bank appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York : filed October 9, 1873.
The Talbotts history of the assassination of Dr. P.H. Talbott and the trial of his two sons Albert P. and Charles E. Talbott, for the murder.
History of the celebrated Cardwell case vs. the St. Louis Republic
Hickey against Hamilton and Hervey, or, A proper reply to the case of John Hamilton
In the Common Pleas His Grace the Duke of Beaufort against John Crawshay Bailey and others, for trespass on Cwmdu Hill, in the parish of St. Michael Cwmdu, Breconshire report of the trial before Mr. Justice Mellor and a special jury, at Brecon, on the 21st, 23d, and 24th of March, 1863.
Reply brief of plaintiff in error on third oral argument, the United States of America, in the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1898, no. 15, October term, 1897, no. 194, October term, 1896, no. 551, Herman Keck, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
History & trial of Mdm. Rachel, or, Beautiful for ever
Hours of service of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen based on exhibits numbers 26 and 27, Western Conference Committee of Managers
In the District Court of the United States, for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, in equity, no. 112, Horatio C. Creith, plaintiff, vs. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company, defendant pleadings and order appointing receiver.
History of the detection and trial of John A. Murel, the great western land pirate together with a biograpical [sic] sketch of Mr. Virgil A. Stewart.
Crim. con. new trial before the Chief Baron, Hodgens v. Mahon
J. & P. Coats vs. Merrick Thread Co., et al brief for defendants.
Report of the special committee appointed to investigate the police department of the city of New York
Investigation of charges against Hon. N.B. Meade, judge of the Corporation Court of Alexandria City
J. Aspinwall Hodge et al., complainants and United States Steel Corporation et al., defendants and appellants on appeal.
History of the arrest of Gen'l Foster, for the murder of Dr. A.M. Settle containing the journal of Gen'l Foster while in prison, the proceedings of the trial, arguments of counsel, etc., etc.
Hone's interesting history of the memorable blood conspiracy carried on by S. Mac Daniel, J. Berry, J. Egan, and J. Salmon, thief-takers and their trials and sentences in 1756, for procuring two boys to commit a robbery, in order to get the reward for their conviction and obtaining an innocent lad to be executed, having sworn away the lives of seventy poor creatures and received £1,720 from the treasury for their blood-money also the reasons for which they were suffered to escape the gallows and illustrative legal and critical notes and observations applicable to present circumstances.
Holyoke Water Power Company, petitioner, v. city of Holyoke before Everett C. Bumpus, James E. Cotter and Edmund K. Turner, commissioners appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court.
In the District Court of the United States, for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, in equity, no. 112, Horatio C. Creith, plaintiff, vs. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company, defendant petition of Central Trust Company of New York, as trustee.
History of the Boston massacre, March 5, 1770 consisting of the narrative of the town, the trial of the soldiers and a historical introduction, containing unpublished documents of John Adams, and explanatory notes /
The most eloquent speech, at length of Mr. Phillips, in the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, in the case of Guthrie v. Sterne, for adultery with the author's last corrections, not a single word omitted.
The Speech of the Lord High-Steward upon proceeding to judgment against James Earl of Derwentwater, William Lord Widdrington, William Earl of Nithisdale, Robert Earl of Carnwath, William Viscount Kenmure, and William Lord Nairn
Brief of plaintiff in error on third oral argument, the United States of America, in the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1898, no. 15, October term, 1897, no. 194, October term, 1896, no. 551, Herman Keck, plaintiff in error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
His Majesty's advocate for Scotland, in behalf of His Majesty, appellant, John Forbes, Esq., claimant on the forfeited estate of Pitsligo, respondent the respondent's case.
Arguments of counsel in the West Washington market case on an application to the Supreme Court by the comptroller and counsel to the corporation of the city of New York, to set aside a judgment in ejectment and to restore the city to the possession of the above named premises, as also to vacate two judgments obtained by Messrs. James B. Taylor and Owen N. Brennan against the city amounting together to over with the opinion of Judge Ingraham and the order entered thereon, vacating the judgments and granting the relief sought /
Arrest of Major R.O. Sheppard, D.S.O., R.A.O.C. report by the Right Hon. J.F.P. Rawlinson, K.C., M.P., of enquiry held under Tribunals of Enquiry (Evidence) Act, 1921 /
Arguments of William Carmichael Smyth, Esq., in support of his appeal to the judicial committee of the privy council
Arrest and escape of James Stephens, head centre of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, to which is added a detailed account of the trial and sentence of Thomas Clark Luby and others
Martha E. Piatt, executrix of J.W. Piatt, deceased, versus John H. Piatt, et al. appeal from Boone Circuit Court : argument for plaintiff.
Arrestum sive placitum Parlamenti Tholosani continens historiam (in casu matrimoniali) admodum memorabilem, adeoqùe prodigiosam /
Investigating the activities of the War Finance Corporation in Idaho
Hone's genuine edition of Counsellor Phillips's eloquent speech for the plaintiff, in Browne v. Blake, for adultery, on Wednesday, the 9th of July, 1817 with the address to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales, drawn by Mr. Phillips, at the request of the Roman Catholics of Ireland.
Hermann Remson, the great Louisiana murderer the details of his first crime, his connection with the robbery of Davis, Palmer & Co's Jewelry Store Boston, the murder of his accomplice at Buffalo, and of Mrs. Campbell, Pike Co., Mississippi : also the atrocious murder of the venerable Judge Legree, of Louisiana, and his accomplished wife, and the burning of their beautiful mansion, consuming three children in the flames : with his strange & unnatural death, sunk in the quicksands of a lonely island, in the Attakappas district of Louisiana.
Herman Lieb, clerk, and Henry B. Miller, collector, of Cook County, et al., appellants, vs. Henry P. Kidder and Daniel P. Stone appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois.
Hetherington v. Wogan a report of this case, taken from the accurate notes of a barrister, containing the proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, the judgment of that court, the arguments of counsel iu [sic] the Court of Error, and the judgment of that court, in the arguments of counsel and judgment of the court, are contained all the cases, law and doctrine, on duration of offices of officers in the administration of justice.
Hetty H. Robinson, in equity, vs. Thomas Mandell et al. arguments of Hon. T.D. Eliot, and T.M. Stetson, Esq. for the respondents /
Herman Lieb et al., appellants, vs. Henry P. Kidder and Daniel P. Stone, appellees, no. 703 supplementary brief filed after oral argument.
Copy from Mr. Gurney's short-hand notes of the argument in the case of the Queen v. George Millis heard on the 13th, 14th, 16th, and 17th February, 1843, Her Majesty's judges being present.
Discipline and education of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen and Standardization of Wages, quotations from railway technical experts and publications
Deposition of witnesses produced on behalf of the defendants deposition of John W. Coolidge : Circuit Court of the United States, District of Massachusetts, ss., in Chancery, between Josiah Wood, Jr., plaintiff, and Samuel H. Mann and others, defts.
Defendant's brief, in case of state of Missouri at the relation of James H. Connelly, et als., plaintiffs, versus appeal from Platte Circuit Court, the Parkville & Grand River R.R. Company, et als., defendants /
Depositions taken on behalf of the complainants in a suit in equity, between Oliver Earl and others, complainants, and William Wood and others, defendants, in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, before the Honorable Lemuel Shaw, the Honorable Samuel S. Wilde, the Honorable Charles Dewey, the Honorable Theron Metcalf, the Honorable Richard Fletcher.
Defence of Presbyterian doctrine and order against the false unionism and liberalism of the times
Defences for John Gray, Esq., son of Francis Gray, Esq., of the kingdom of Ireland, and his attorney against Margaret Scruton, pursuer of a declarator of marriage and adherence &c.
Defence of Commodore Jesse Duncan Elliot, of the United States Navy
Detail of the case of the Brig Carraboo, of Liverpool, Finlay Cook, master together with an account of the capture of the pirate-vessel the Schooner Las Damas Argentinas, by His Majesty's Ship Victor, Capt. Lloyd : also, a report of the judicial proceedings against the parties charged with the act of piracy and the execution of twenty eight of the pirates and a representation from the grand jury of Saint Christopher to the court : with other important particulars /
Defence of Francis W. Edmonds, late cashier of the Mechanics' Bank against the charges preferred against him by its president and assistant cashier
Documents relating to the removal from office of General N.M. Curtis and to his indictment for levying and receiving political assessments.
[Defence before a general court-martial, held at West-Point, in the state of New York, in the month of May, Eighteen hundred and nineteen
Discours et résumés dans l'affaire d'Orgères instruite par-devant le tribunal criminel d'Eure et Loir, séant a Chartres, par le Citoyen G. Liendon, alors président, et maintenant premier juge au même tribunal.
George Christopher Degen, against Catherine Degen libel given in the 5th of December, 1777.
Dew v. Clark copy of a petition intended to be presented to the House of Commons.
Defences of George Stratton, Esq., and the majority of council at Madras in answer to the accusation brought against them for the supposed murder of Lord Pigot : containing also a concise narrative of the proceedings of Lord Pigot, which occasioned his arrest and suspension from the government, stating the conduct of different parties on that occasion, with their motives for continuing his Lordship under restraint and shewing the nature of that restraint : likewise the separate defence of Brigadier-General Stuart, for himself and for the Military under his command.
Deutscher Pitaval Vierteljahrsschrift fur merkwürdige F̃lle der Strafrechtspflege des In- und Auslandes /
In the Supreme Court of Illinois, August Spies, et al., vs. the People &c. brief and argument on application for writ of error to the Criminal Court of Cook County and that the same be made a supersedeas.
Department of Justice, Washington, March 11, 1912
Articles of impeachment of high treason, exhibited by the House of Commons against Simon Lord Lovat, and the answer of the said Lord together with the replication of the House of Commons to the said answer.
Asa Packer, in equity, vs. Joseph Noble, et al. in Common Pleas of Carbon Co., no. 57, Oct. T., 1857 /
Authentic report of the most important and interesting trial of Mathew v. Harty and Stokes, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief baron and a special jury on Thursday, December 11, 1851, and the following days
Authentick coppie of the tryal of Scot and Mackpherson, anno 1712, laid before the House, pursuant to their Lordships order for that purpose, 18 Aprilis, 1737
Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Benjamin F. Edwards, as trustees, complainants, against the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity, consolidated cause no. 4540, Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Benjamin F. Edwards, as trustees, complainants, against the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity, no. 4478, Commonwealth Steel Company, complainant, against the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity no. 4462
Authentic copy of the proceedings of a general court martial held at the Horse-Guards, on Tuesday the 9th of November, 1784, and continued by adjournments to Friday the 12th of the same month, on Hugh Debbieg, Esq., one of the colonels of the Corps of Engineers, on two charges exhibited by His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, &c.
In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, before Mr. Justice Kekewich, February 23rd, 1888, Attorney-general v Anderson
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 317, January term, 1935, in re Samuel W. Salus, appellant brief for appellee : appeal from the decree of disbarment entered in the Court of Common Pleas no. 3 of Philadelphia County as of December term, 1934, no. 7623.
In the Circuit Court of Cook County, city of Chicago, a municipal corporation, complainant, vs. William L. O'Connell, as chairman, Owen P. Thompson, Richard Yates, Walter A. Shaw and Frank H. Funk, individually and as members of the State Public Utilities Commission of the state of Illinois and the State Public Utilities Commission of the state of Illinois, the Chicago City Railway Company, the Chicago Railways Company, the Calumet & South Chicago Railway Company, and the Southern Street Railway Company, defendants, bill in chancery : Chicago City Railway Company, Chicago Railways Company, Calumet and South Chicago Railway Company and the Southern Street Railway Company, cross complainants, vs. city of Chicago, the State Public Utilities Commission of the state of Illinois : and William L. O'Connell, Owen P. Thompson, Richard Yates, Walter A. Shaw and Frank H. Funk, individually and as members of said State Public Utilities Commission, cross defendants, cross bill : no. B15489 : before Hon. Thomas Taylor, Jr., judge, presiding : opinion.
William Charles Henry and others on behalf of themselves and all other holders of preference stock in the Great Northern Railway Company against the Great Northern Railway Company and others a suit relating to the rights of preference share-holders in the Great Northern Railway Company : report of the hearing before the Vice-Chancellor Sir William Page Wood, and his honor's judgment Trinity vacation, 1857 : and of the hearing before the full Court of Appeal in Chancery and their Lordships' judgments Michaelmas term 1857 /
In the Superior Court of the city and county of San Francisco, state of California, the people of the state of California vs. Patrick Calhoun, Thornwell Mullally, Tirey L. Ford, Wm. M. Abbott, Abraham Ruef and Eugene Schmitz
In a trial at Bar, in the Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, in 1825, before the Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Norbury, Mr. Justice Moore, Mr. Justice Johnson, and Mr. Justice Torrens, in quare impedit for the advowson of Church of the Vicarage of Killglass, appendant to the Rectory of Killglass, in the Diocese of Elphin, in the county of Roscommon, in Ireland, Samuel Cooke, Peter Free, and Edward Down for Matthew Lord Viscount Kingsland, plaintiffs, John, lord bishop of Elphin, and Thomas Lloyd, clerk, defendants
Important and interesting trial of Mortimer J. Smith, on an indictment for libel on Miss Emma Williams, in having connected her name with the separation of David Groesbeck, (the New York Wall Street broker), from his wife, in the Albany County Court of Sessions, Dec. 16, 1847 the evidence and the verdict of the jury, as given and rendered, is contained in this work.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, in re trust created by Moncure Robinson by deed of trust dated February 21, 1881, Hamilton M. Barksdale, executor of the will of Susan MacFarland deceased, appellant appeal and certiorari from the order of the Court of Common Pleas no. I, of the county of Philadelphia, of March term, 1897, no. 1232, entered January 23, 1907 : paper book of appellant.
C. Goodyear, Jr., ex., et al., vs. the Providence Rubber Company complainants' brief on master's report.
[The full text of the Malegaon case judgment delivered on November 2, 1921, at Nasik, imperator vs. Rojan and 30 others, in the Sessions Court of Nasik at Nasik]
In the District Court of Dubuque County, Iowa, December, 1860, James MacGregor, Jun., v. George D. Gardner, et al. additional brief on the part of plaintiff.
Authentick coppie of the tryal of William Haunt, dragoon, anno 1711, laid before the House, pursuant to their Lordships order for that purpose, 18 Aprilis, 1737
Average earnings of engineers and firemen reported by the railroads as "Not available for duty for entire month" and reported as "Extra men"
Consultazione a favore del Sig. Sansone Costantini, pubblico negoziante di Livorno di nazione Ebrea contro il Sig. Cavaliere Conte Giorgio Woinovich, maggiore al servizo di Russia
Articles of impeachment reported by the special committee of the House of Representatives appointed under the provisions of House order number 1030 "to investigate the acts and conduct of Arthur K. Reading during his tenure of the office of attorney-general of the Commonwealth and all matters which may tend to show misconduct or maladministration by him in his said office" pursuant to an order of the House adopted June 5, 1928, June 8, 1928.
August F. Grimm, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
August Spies' autobiography his speech in court and general notes.
Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors, against Sir Elijah Impey, Knight, late chief justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal
Eber B. Ward, Samuel Ward, and Stephen Clement vs. the Propeller Ogdensburgh in admiralty : libel for collision.
East Tenn. Va. & Ga. Railroad Co., plaintiff in error, vs. C.D. McKemy, defendant in error argument for plaintiff in error.
Donald Page, et al., administrators, plaintiffs, plaintiffs in error, v. United Fruit Company, et al., defendants, defendants in error error to the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts, judgment in district court (Morton, J.), March 16, 1924 : record.
Eddy litigation to the New Hampshire, counsel for George W. Glover and Dr. E.J. Foster Eddy.
Dow & a., v. the railroads additional brief for the defendants.
Drayton Hillyer, administrator, vs. United States Trust Company appellant's points.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California, E. Rondell, appellant, vs. C.T. Fay, et als., respondents brief for respondents.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Western District of Pennsylvania, in equity, no. 25-November term-1875, E.A.L. Roberts, et al., vs. Peter Schreiber
Donald Page, et al., administrators, plaintiffs in error, v. United Fruit Company, et al., defendants in error brief for the defendants in error.
Impeachment of Secretary of the Interior the speaker of the House of Representatives has received and referred to a committee for investigation the following petition to Congress, from T.J. Deavitt, of Montpelier, Vt., praying for the impeachment of Ethan Allen Hitchcock, secretary of the Interior, for unlawfully and without a trial, disbarring him from practice before the department of the Interior : petition to Congress.
Speech of Hon. John A. Nicholson, of Delaware, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1868
Impeachment trial of Chief Justice Furches and Associate Justice Douglas before the Senate of North Carolina, March, 1901 speech of James H. Pou, of counsel for prosecution.
In equity, Charles Greenwood and al., vs. Samuel Salisbury
James D. Fessenden, as ancillary administrator, &c., vs. Alvah P. Blanchard and others
In the District Court of the U.S., for the Northern District of California, James G. Morehead, adm'r etc., of William Knight, deceased v. the United States brief of Edmund Randolph on behalf of the United States.
In the Superior Court of Cincinnati, general term, April, 1868 Fox, Storer, and Taft, JJ. : James M. Haworth, trustee of Clark Eright & Co., against George W. Turner and William P. Mellen : reserved from special term.
James MacGregor, Jr., v. Alexander MacGregor et al. in Supreme Court of Iowa,October term, 1858 : appeal from Dubuque Co., District Court.
James Bruce Carstairs, Esquire, appellant, Miss. Anne Bruce, respondent, et ̈ contra the case of the respondent in the original and appellant in the cross appeal.
In the District Court of Dubuque County, Iowa, September, 1860, James MacGregor, Jun., v. George D. Gardner, et al. referred to H.A. Wiltse, Esq., master : brief on the part of plaintiff.
Before the Honorable the attorney general of the United States in re lard substitute, composed of 80 per cent of vegetable oils and 20 per cent of imported oleo stearin, under the meat-inspection law question submitted by the Secretary of Agriculture, brief of the solicitor.
Barber v. Fenton full report of this great breach of promise case, just tried at Liverpool Assizes : with the letters read in court.
Before the Department of the Interior, in re application of Mary J. Benham, to purchase certain lands under act of June 7, 1924, involving Marquette, Michigan 05224, (conflicting with 05202, 05205, 05220, 05221, 05222, and 05225) brief and argument for appellant.
James Horner and others, respondents, vs. Cortland Wood and John C. Lyman, appellants argument of Daniel E. Sickles, Esq., for the appellants.
In the Court of Appeals, James Horner and James Ludlum, respondents, against David H. Lyman and Richard L. Allen, appellants points for appellants.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, no. 3978, James C. Davis, the agent under section 206, Transportation Act, 1920, plaintiff in error, vs. Hettie McCree, defendant in error supplemental and reply brief of plaintiff in error : error to the District Court of the United States, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division.
In the Court of Appeals, Sophie E. Minton, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants
In the Ecclesiastical Court of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, trial of Rev. H.T. Widdemer, 1888
In the House of Lords, Brigadier-General Walter Ker of Littledean, claiming right to the titles and honours of Duke of Roxburghe, &c., and Richard Hotchkis, Esq, writer to the signet, his attorney, appellants Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet, and James Horne, Esq, writer to the signet his commissioner, John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler, and John Seton Karr, Esquires, respondents John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler and John Seton Karr, Esquires, appellants, Brigadier-General Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkins, Esq, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet, and James Horne, Esq, respondents the case of Brigadier-General Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkis, Esq., appellants in the first and respondents in the second appeal.
In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Mr. Justice Kekewich, between Thomas John Stanely and others, plaintiffs, and the Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of the city of Norwich, and Her Majesty's Attorney General defendants
In the Court of Appeals, Edward Roberts respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and another appellants additional memorandum for respondent.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, between Catharine Cunningham, who is impleaded with William Erwin & Christopher L. Mattison, respondent, and John I. Galatian, Abraham Wood and John Erwin, appellants and also between Catharine Cunningham, respondent, and John I. Galatian, Abraham Wood & John Erwin, impleaded with William Erwin and Christopher L. Mattison, appellants.
In the House of Lords, between John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler and John Seton Karr, Esquires, appellants and Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet and James Horne, his commissioner and Brigadier General Walter Ker, and Richard Hotchkis his mandatory respondents and between Brigadier General Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis, appellants and Sir James Norcliffe Innes, and James Horne, and John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler, and John Seton Karr, Esquires respondents case of Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet and his commissioner respondents in both appeals.
In the House of Lords, on an appeal from the Court of Chancery, between the Right Honourable John Ludford Chichester (commonly called Lord John Ludford Chichester), and Caroline Mary his wife, by Robert John Porcher Broughton, her next friend appellants and the Honourable and Reverend Thomas Coventry, William Mark Fladgate, George Robert Paul (out of the jurisdiction of the High Court of Chancery), and Louisa Harriet his wife and Charles James Bevan, respondents the case of the respondent Louisa Harriet Paul.
Between Samuel Fowler and Elias L'Hommedieu, appellants, and Samuel H. Pennington, trustee of Julia Ann Biglow, respondant on appeal from the Court of Chancery.
In the Exchequer of Pleas, Penhallow & others, versus the Mersey Docks & Harbour Board (tried at Westminster, December 5th to 9th, 1859.)
In the Court of Appeals state of New York, Peter Kearney, plaintiff-respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants-appellants, no. 94, first division brief for appellants.
In the Court of Appeals, Anna Maria Doyle, plaintiff and respondent, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company defendants and appellants points for respondent.
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, between David Deas, appellant and Daniel Thorne, William Thorne, Richard V.W. Thorne, John Thorne, Jun., and Henry G. Wisner, who are impleaded with the president and directors of the Marine Insurance Company of New-York, respondents case on the part of the respondents.
Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company, Limited, and Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company, Limited
Doleance of Philip Marett, Esq., a jurat against a sentence of the Royal Court of Jersey which annulled the election of a centenier for the parish of St. Lawrence in the said island : to which is prefixed an order of His Majesty's Privy Council, directing the Royal Court to return their answer thereunto : and the answer of the Royal Court to that doleance : also an order of His Majesty's Privy Council, issued in consequence of a representation made by the Lieutenant-Governor, relative to the refusal of the states of the island of Jersey to approve of certain expences and estimates for the erection of the new prison : with the answer of the states to the said representation.
In the House of Lords, in the question as to the efficacy of the ancient entails of the Roxburghe Family, John Bellenden Ker, Henry Gawler and John Seton Karr, Esquires, appellants, Sir James Innes ker baronet and James Horne, Esquire, his commissioner, respondents the respondents' case.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Idaho, special term, 1896 John Brown, John Ransom, Palestine D. Brown and Kinney P. Plowman, plaintiffs and appellants, vs. Daniel B. Levan, R.E. Emerson and F.F. Teater, defendants and respondents : appeal from the District Court of the Third Judicial District, Boise County, Idaho : respondents' brief.
In the Court of Appeals, James P. Kernochan, as executor of and trustee under the will of Joseph Kernochan and others against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and another, action no. 1, no. 464
James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased and others, plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants papers on appeal from order.
In the District Court of the United States for the District of Maryland, John Comstock and others vs. Schooner "Frank Harrington" libellants' brief.
Closed record in action of reduction, declarator and payment, John Collie (Sim's trustee) against the Bank of Scotland
James Ritchie v. Schooner "St. Johns," John G. Brooks et al., v. Steamship "Fern Holme" brief on behalf of Schooner "St. Johns."
Jane E. Jones, et al., respondents, against Benjamin T. Babbitt, appellant points on appeal from order denying motion for new trial etc.
James W. Hinkley, a citizen of the United States of America vs. Dorman B. Eaton, John M. Gregory and Leroy D. Thoman, commissioners under Civil Service Act points and brief for argument of the motion by Morris S. Miller, of the New York Bar.
James W. Fitch, et al vs. the Barque Chelmsford libel and testimony for libellants.
James W. Emery, et als., complainants, vs. William P. Parrott, et al., respondents
James S. Douglass, et. al., plaintiffs in error, versus James M. Reynolds, et. al. in error to the District Court United States for Mississippi.
John A. Bush, agst. Timothy R. Hibbard, case
In the House of Lords, Roxburghe caue, (question relating to the feus.) John Bellenden Ker, Esquire, appellant, Brigadier General Walter Ker, respondent, John Bellenden Ker, Esquire, appellant, Sir James Norcliffe Innes, baronet, respondent the appellant's case.
In the Court of Appeals, James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased, William S. Kernochan, Eliza P. Garr, J. Frederick Kernochan, Henry P. Kernochan, Abba E. Kernochan, Louise M. Kernochan, Joseph H. Kernochan, Walton O. Kernochan, Marshall R. Kernochan, an infant by J. Frederic Kernochan, his guardian ad litem and Margaret Montgomery, plaintiff's, respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants, (action no. 2), no. 100 brief for appellants.
Edith K. Roosevelt and Emily T. Carow, plaintiffs, respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants, appellants, December term 1889 brief for appellants.
Egbert C. Smyth, appellant, v. the visitors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy
Edward Atkyns, Esq., appellant, John Atkyns, Esq., and others, respondents the case of the respondents.
Elias S.A. De Lima, et al., plaintiffs in error, vs. George R. Bidwell, defendant in error, no. 456 and other Porto Rican and Philippine cases, now pending before this court : brief submitted by permission of the court on behalf of the New England Tobacco Growers' Association, as intervenor in the argument only.
Jesse C. Adkins, et al., constituting the Minimum Wage Board of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. the Children's Hospital of the District of Columbia, a corporation Jesse C. Adkins, et al., constituting the Minimum Wage Board of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. Willie A. Lyons : brief for appellants.
In the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, October term, 1929, no. 4999, John B. Keleher, appellant, vs. the United States, appellee brief on behalf of appellant.
Jedediah H. Lathrop and others, respondents, against Moses B. Bramhall and others, appellants case.
The Horace B. Parker, John Chisholm et al., claimants, appellants, v. William V. Abbott et al., libellants, appellees appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts from final decree (Aldrich, J.). June 11, 1895 : transcript of record.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1916, no. 121 John Armstrong Chaloner, plaintiff-in-error, against Thomas T. Sherman, defendant-in-error : brief of plaintiff-in-error.
In Chancery, before the Chancellor, John Townsend and Abba, his wife and Augustus James and Elizabeth, his wife, vs. James McBride and Hannah, his wife, William James and Marcia, his wife and others, on original bill : John Townsend and Abba, his wife and Augustus James and Elizabeth, his wife, vs. James McBride and Hannah, his wife, William James and Marcia his wife and others, on supplemental bill
In the House of Lords, in the reduction of the feus granted by William Duke of Roxburghe, John Bellenden Ker, Esquire, appellant, Sir James Innes Ker baronet and James Horne writer to the signet, his commissioner, respondents the respondents' case.
John Baird against the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York testimony.
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of California, James Tobin, trustee, vs. Robert Walkinshaw, and others, in equity motion for injunction and appointment of receiver /
Jerome F. Manning vs. Violetta Cope Allen, administratrix
Jews in the Canary Islands being a calendar of Jewish cases extracted from the records of the Canariote Inquisition in the collection of the Marquess of Bute /
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the industry, Peter Rundsten, master, an appeal from Gibraltar, Jens Wolff, of London, Esquire, claimant of the cargo, on behalf of J.C. Schultz, of Altona, merchant, a subject of His Majesty the King of Denmark, the sole owner thereof, appellant, Thomas Hardy, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Sloop Mutine, the captor and James Heseltine, Esq., His Majesty's procurator general, respondents the appellant's case.
Charles E. Eghant, respondent, vs. Solomon Jenner, appellant points for appellant.
In the Court of Equity Appeals, Charleston, January term, 1846, between Robert Martin, a judgment creditor of Sam'l H. Lothrop, complainant, and Eliza Price, widow, James Adger, administrator, the heirs at law of William Price, Jr., assignee of Samuel H. Lothrop, et al., defendants
Bernard Reilly, sheriff, etc., plaintiff and respondent, against James A. Coleman, impleaded etc., defendant and appellant respondent's points.
John Hastings v. Halleck, Peachy, Billings & Park action in the twelfth judicial district for professional negligence of attorneys : argument of Gregory Yale, before the jury, on the 21st day of January, 1858 /
John E. Babbitt v. Levi Russell, Shirley & Carr, for John E. Babbitt
In the House of Lords, the Right Honourable John Francis Miller Erskine, Earl of Mar, appellant, the Right Honourable Lady Frances Jemima Erskine or Goodeve, daughter of the deceased Right Honourable John Thomas, Earl of Mar, now spouse of William James Goodeve, Esq., for himself and as taking burden on him for his said spouse, John Howell of Cliston, in the said county of Gloucester, doctor of Medicine and Joseph Goodeve, Esq., of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, trustees under the settlement on the marriage of the said Lady Frances Jemima Erskine and William James Goodeve, the Right Honourable Lady Jean Janet Erskine or Wilmot, daughter of the said deceased John Thomas, Earl of Mar, now spouse of Edward Wilmot, Esq., formerly of Clifton, now residing at Woodbrook, in the Queen's County in Ireland and the said Edward Wilmot, Esq., for himself and as taking burden on him for his said spouse, Robert Wardlaw Ramsay, Esq., of Tillycoultry and David Cleghorn, writer to the signet, trustees under the postnuptial contract of marriage between the said Edward Wilmot, Esq., and Lady Jean Janet Erskine, respondents the respondents' case, (the authenticated record in the Court of Session in printed in the appellants' case.)
John De Koven, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as executors and Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as trustees of the last will and testament of Hugh T. Dickey, deceased, plaintiffs, against Fannie Russell Dickey, Cornelia de Koven Douglas, George William Douglas, husband of Cornelia de Koven Douglas; Louise W. Dickey, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., husband of Louise W. Dickey, Annie D. Tiffany and Frances de Koven Dickey, George P. Tiffany, as administrator, &c., Elizabeth Dickey and John De Koven, defendants before Hamilton Odell, Esq., referee : brief in behalf of the infant defendant, Frances de Koven Dickey.
John G. Farnsworth, receiver of the Bankers' and Merchants' Telegraph Co., vs. the Western Union Telegraph Co. Robert G. Ingersoll's opening speech to the jury, delivered May 21st, 1886.
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants no. 28,241, appeal from Hon. George S. Hosmer, circuit judge : brief for plaintiffs and appellees.
In the District Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey, between United States of America, petitioner and United States Steel Corporation and others, defendants argument.
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D. Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, September 19, 1924, to all editors
Bill of advocation Gray and Factor contra Scruton, presented 23d July 1772
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, v. Ford Motor Company, a Michigan Corporation, et al., defendants and appellants appeal from the Circuit Court for the county of Wayne, in Chancery, Hon. George S. Hosmer, circuit judge, record.
John G. Warner versus the city of New Orleans
John G.S.P. Weiden, plaintiff and appellant, v. Joseph H. Weiden, Sr., defendant and appellee cal. no. 34146, brief for defendant-appellee.
John H. Clifford, Esq., attorney-general, &c. at the relation of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod of New York and others, informant and the proprietors of the Meeting-House in Federal Street in the town of Boston, defendants
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, John I. Robbins, vs. the United States, no. 183 writ of error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Kentucky : brief for the United States.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, John H.B. Latrobe, vs. Henry E. McKee et al., equity no. 11,248
John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, complainants, vs. Gerhard Wessels, Charles T. Wessels and Henry E. Wessels, defendants pleadings and complainants' proofs for final hearing.
John De Koven and others, as executors and Charles D. Dickey, Jr., &c., as trustees of and under the last will, &c., of Hugh T. Dickey, deceased, plaintiff, against Cornelia de Koven Douglas, impleaded with Fanny Russell Dickey and others, defendants before Hamilton Odell, Esquire, referee : brief for defendant Cornelia de Koven Douglas.
In Chancery of New Jersey, between the Mayor and Common Council of the city of Newark, (substituted for the Newark Aqueduct Board) complainant, and the city of Passaic, defendant, on bill for injunction testimony on the part of the complainant.
Brief of the case of Beverley Chew, William Emerson, and the Curator of E. Lorrain, dec'd, claimants of the proceeds of the Brig Josefa Segunda, &c., appellees, C.W. Roberts, E.C. Gardner, E. Humphrey, and H.K. Meade, severally claimants, & c., appellants pending in the Supreme Court of the United States on appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Evidence and cross-examination of J.T. (Red) Doran in the case of the U.S.A. vs. Wm. D. Haywood, et al.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Sally, Even Lassen Ullitz, master, Even Lassen Ullitz, the master, claimant of the ship and cargo, on behalf of Peter and Francis Marcou, of the Island of St. Croix, merchants and subjects of the King of Denmark, appellant, against Henry Carew, Esq., commander of His Majesty's Ship of War Pheasant, the captor, respondent on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Halifax : appellant's case.
Ethel Le Neve her life story with the true account of their flight and her friendship for Dr. Crippen : also startling particulars of her life at Hilldrop Crescent /
England's black tribunal containing, I. The complete tryal of King Charles the First, by the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, begun Jan. 20, 1648 : together with His Majesty's speech on the scaffold, erected at White-Hall gate, on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1648. II. The loyal martyrology, or, A perfect relation of the sufferings and death of the nobility, gentry, and others, who were inhumanly sacrific'd for their loyalty to their Sovereigns King Charles I. and II. : together with their several dying speeches. III. An historical register of the Lords, Knights, and gentlemen, who were slain in defence of their King and country, during the unnatural rebellion, begun in 1641. IV. The loyal confessors: in a brief account of the most eminent sufferers by imprisonment, banishment, or in estate, for the cause of His Sacred Majesty.
Espionage act cases, with certain others on related points new law in making as to criminal utterance in war-time /
Elizabeth Flaglor vs. James Crow, et al. brief for plaintiff.
Elisha Foote, vs. Horace C. Silsby in equity.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1900, no. 342, Elliott H. Phelps and Luther W. Bodman, plaintiffs in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa, defendant in error error to Circuit Court of Appeals, seventh circuit : supplemental brief and argument for defendant in error.
Emile Laffitte, libelant, v. East Boston Dry Dock Company
The tryal of Elizabeth Cellier the popish midwife, at the Old Baily, Septemb. 11, 1680 : for printing and publishing the late notorious libel, intituled, Malice defeated, &c. : where she was found guilty, together with her sentence.
Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, plaintiffs-in-error, vs. the United States in error to the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
In the Orphan's Court of Philadelphia County, estate of Benjamin Franklin, dec'd argument sur demurrer : paper book of petitioners.
In the Appellate Court of the state of Illinois for the third district, October term, A.D. 1913, Emma F. Dickinson, et al., appellants, vs. Franklin W. Ridgely, executor of the last will of Elizabeth S. Lee, deceased, et al., appellees appeal from Menard County Circuit Court : joint and agreed abstract of record for appellants and appellees.
Emily O. Butler and others, plaintiffs, against Andrew H. Green and others, executors, &c., and others, defendants brief for the defendant William Ogden Wheeler.
Elizabeth Ranney, plaintiff-respondent, against the Bowery Savings Bank, defendant-appellant points for respondent.
Sarah B. Brush, Louis S. Brush and Julien L. Meyers, as executors and trustees under the last will of Sylveser Brush, Pauline Meyers and Leah S. King, plaintiff and appellants against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants and respondents brief for plaintiffs-appellants.
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maryland, Bowling Green Trust Company, trustee, complainant, against Western Maryland Rail Road Company, defendant petition of complainant for authority to the receiver to provide for and pay the interest falling due April I, 1908, on the first mortgage bonds of the defendant company, through the issue and sale of receiver's certificates, and for separate operation of coal properties and separate accounts of the business thereof, and for the sequestration and application of the revenues thereof for the protection and benefit of lienholders.
In the House of Lords, in the competition of brieves for the Roxburghe Succession, Brigadier General Walter Ker of Little-dean and Richard Hotchkis, writer to the signet, his attorney, appellants, Sir James Innes Ker Bart. and James Horne, writer to the signet, his commissioner, respondents case of Sir James Innes Ker Baronet and his commissioner; respondent in the original, appellants in the cross, appeal.
Brief or argument of William Christy, attorney of the appellee in the case of Paterson vs. Gaines, on appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States from the Ninth Circuit Court
In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 85, N.A. Cowdrey et al., appellants, vs. the Galveston, Houston and Henderson Railroad Company et al., appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Texas brief for appellees.
British and American joint commission for the settlement of the claims of the Hudson's Bay & Puget's Agricltural [i.e. Agricultural] Companies memorial and argument on the part of the Puget's Sound Agricultural Company.
Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad v. the Boston & Lowell Railroad and the Boston & Maine Railroad consolidated case /
Brown v. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company defendant's brief.
British Copyright in foreign compositions, (first published after July 1, 1842), shewn to be unaffected by the decision in Jefferys v. Boosey
Before the Commissioner of Patents, Brown vs. LaDow, in interference, Horse Hay Rakes on motion to dissolve interference.
Bridge Street banditti versus the press report of the trial of Mary-Anne Carlile, for publishing a New Year's address to the reformers of Great Britain, written by Richard Carlile, at the instance of the Constitutional Association before Mr. Justice Best and a special jury, at the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, July 24, 1821 : with the noble and effectual speech of Mr. Cooper in defence, at large.
Buffalo's tragic mystery the famous Burdick case and its thrilling details : the greatest modern sensation /
In the King's Bench, Westminster Hall, December 12th, 1827, Brett v. Fisher and others
Bromberg vs. Haralson papers in the case of Bromberg vs. Haralson, first district of Alabama, contested election case.
Brief for Kenneth Mackenzie, Q.C., in the matter of the Fenian trials at Toronto, in Canada, in the years 1866 and 1867
In the Queen's Bench, Boyd v. the Corporation of the Royal Exchange Assurance, tried before Lord Denman and a special jury
British statutes, giving effect to the treaty for the apprehension of certain criminal fugitives
William L. Boyle, plaintiff-appellant, against Staten Island and South Beach Land Company, defendant-respondent memorandum in opposition to the plaintiff-appellant's motion to be relieved from his stipulation for judgement absolute and to take a new trial.
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maryland, Bowling Green Trust Company, trustee, complainant, against Western Maryland Rail Road Company, defendant
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maryland, Bowling Green Trust Company, trustee, complainant, against Western Maryland Rail Road Company, defendant bill of complaint.
Brief of title to a certain tract or parcel of land on the S.E. Corner of Passyunk and Penrose Avenues, in the 26th ward of the city of Philadelphia, containing 12 acres, 2 rods, 231/5 perches
Brief of appellee in the case of Adams Express Co., v. Ryland W. Darnell, in the Supreme Court of Indiana, November term, 1867
Brief of counsel for the Sub-Committee of the Grievance Committee of the New York State Bar Association, appointed to investigate certain charges against Warren B. Hooker, a justice of the Supreme Court
Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company, appellants, vs. Frederick P. James, respondent brief on the part of appellants.
British-American Association and Nova Scotia Baronets report of the action of damages for the alleged libel Broun (soi-disant) Sir Richard against the "Globe" newspaper : with introductory remarks relative to the above scheme and the " illustrious" order connected with it.
Evidence in the case of United States v. Sabbia, Triay, and others accused of conspiracy to entice or induce men to leave New York for Florida, having in view that they would on arrival be held by others in compulsory service on the Florida East Coast Railroad extension, in Miami and on the keys.indictment under R.S. 5440, for conspiracy to commit a violation of R.S. 5225.
Extraordinary case of libel, Benjamin Coleman versus Edwin Ward Jackson addressed to the members of the stock exchange, the magistrates of the county of Middlesex, and the commercial community generally.
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British schooner "W.P. Sayward," and ex parte Sir John Thompson, K.C.M.G., Her Britannic Majesty's Attorney General of Canada additional brief in reply to brief of the United States on motion for leave to file.
Ex parte the United States brief in support of the practice in the first circuit.
Examination and confession of Manning and his wife, for the cruel murder of Mr. Patrick O'Conner, in Bermondsey with the history of their lives and latest information.
Evidence on Sullivan's divorce bill
Ex parte Capt. Charles H. Burns, chief of detectives, respondent
Examination of Dr. J.K. Hardenbrook before the Police Court of Rochester, charged with causing the death of Thomas Nott, by administering poison /
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant, in equity
Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims, Asher T. Meyer against the United States, no. 4,014, class 2 brief for claimant.
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British Schooner "W.P. Sayward," petitioner
Extract of the proceedings before James Graham of Airth, Esq., judge of the High Court of Admiralty in Scotland in the action at the instance of Duncan Forbes, Esq., His Majesty's advocate, and Mr. Hugh Forbes, advocate, procurator fiscal of the said High Court, against Thomas McAdams, souldier, and James Long, corporal : in the regiment of foot commanded by Colonel Hamilton, laid before the House pursuant to their Lordship's order April 18, 1737.
Explanation, or, Eighteen hundred and thirty being a series of facts connected with the life of the author from eighteen hundred and twenty-five to the present day /
[Trial of Bal Gangadhar Tilak]
Executive documents printed by the order of the House of Representatives during the second session of the fortieth Congress, 1867-'68
Exhibit No. 287
The president of the Western Farm Mortgage Company, F.M. Perkins vs. J.B. Watkins libel suit for
Ex parte in the matter of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., Preston H. Leslie, governor, vs. George S. Boutwell, secretary of the treasury of the United States brief for the United States in opposition to motion for mandamus.
Case in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, in the suit of John Moore, plaintiff in error, against James Jackson, on the demise of S. Erwin and others, defendant in error
John V. Dittemore, plaintiff, v. Adam H. Dickey, James A. Neal, Edward A. Merritt, William R. Rathvon and Annie M. Knott, defendants filed in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, April 29, 1919.
John Metz, plaintiff-respondent, against John Metz, Jr., defendant-appellant case on appeal.
John Peter Zenger, his press, his trial and a bibliography of Zenger imprints
Joseph Dixon and William M. Reynolds, appellants, against Alfred E. Beach, respondent points and authorities for appellants on appeal from an order vacating an order of arrest.
The bark "Fritz," John R. Gossler et al., libellants, appellants, v. the Standard Sugar Refinery, claimant of cargo, etc., appellee brief for libellants and appellants.
John S. Prouty, plaintiff in error vs. the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, defendant in error points for defendant in error : (on reargument)
Joseph Clark's case
The bark "Fritz," John R. Gossler et al., libellants, appellants, v. the Standard Sugar Refinery, claimant of cargoes, etc., appellee finding of facts and conclusions of law submitted and proposed on behalf of the libellants and appellants.
John Magwire, plaintiff in error, vs. Mary L. Tyler and others, defendants in error error to the Supreme State Court of Missouri, under the twenty-fifth section of the Judiciary Act of 1789 : brief and argument of Britton A. Hill, Esq., for defendants in error, on motion to reform judgment of the Supreme Court of the United States.
John S. Prouty, plaintiff in error vs. the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, defendant in error brief for plaintiff in error on reargument.
John V. Dittemore v. Adam H. Dickey et al. master's report, Hon. Frederic Dodge, master (formerly judge of the United States Circuit Court for the District of Massachusetts)
California claims, in Senate of the United States, February 23, 1848
Butler against Mountgarrett comment upon the judgement of the House of Lords, as reported.
[David Jolly against Mr. James Johnston M'Farlane, &c.]
Print for pursuer, in action of divorce at the instance of John M'Iver, Esquire, banker in Dingwall, اpursuer, against Mrs. Eliza O'Doherty or M'Iver, his wife, now or lately residing in Edinburgh, اdefender
Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants respondent's brief, on appeal from order.
In Supreme Court, August term, 1910, John Topolewski, plaintiff and respondent, vs. Plankinton Packing Company (a corporation), defendant and appellant case.
John W. McCardle et al. vs. Indianapolis Water Co. appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana.
Proof in action of divorce at the instance of John M'Iver, Esquire, banker in Dingwall, pursuer, against Mrs. Eliza O'Doherty or M'Iver, his wife, now or lately residing in Edinburgh, defender
Joseph F. Loubat vs. Herman R. Le Roy, treasurer of the Union Club of the city of New-York argument of Joseph H. Choate for plaintiff.
Captain Opie's appeal against the illegal proceedings of Vice-Admiral Mathews to the late Lords Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, &c. &c. to which is annexed the letters that passed between Captain Opie and Mr. Corbett, secretary of the Admirality : with an introduction shewing the necessity of a regulation in sea courts martial.
Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa, musician and murderer
In the Appellate Court of Indiana no. 12077, appeal from Jefferson Circuit Court, Burley Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association, appellant, vs. Jesse Rogers, appellee appellant's reply brief.
Byam K. Stevens, plaintiff and respondent, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants brief for defendants, appellants.
John T. McGowan, plaintiff and appellant, against Anna M. Dawson, defendant and respondent respondent's points.
John T. McGowan, appellant, against Anna M. Dawson, respondent
John Orlebar, Esq., appellant, Nich. Paxton, respondent the respondent's case : to be heard at the Bar of the House of Lords on Friday the 21st day of April, 1727.
John T. McGowan, appellant, against Anna M. Dawson, respondent appellant's points.
John T. McGowan, appellant, against Anna M. Dawson, respondent case and exceptions on appeal from judgement.
Case of Maccalla against Blythe, tried before the Synod of Kentucky, in September, 1814
Proceedings and testimony, taken before the joint committees of the Senate and Assembly in the subject-matter contained in certain documents and letter of Judge Maynard in regard to the senatorial election cases in the fifteenth senatorial district
Case of William Todd Jones, Esq., a prisoner in the county Gaol of Cork, upon a charge of high-treason, in three letters, written to and received by the Rt. Hon. William Wickham, secretary to the Lord Lieutenant
Case of Charlotte A. Whitney
Case of Cadet George Archer-Shee
Case on the forfeiture of Sir William Kennedy in Ireland, with reasons against the bill (brought in on the petition of Sir William Dudley &c.) for sale of the interest of the Crown therein
In the Supreme Court of the United States, Wednesday, March 1, 1876, in the case of Taylor, collector, &c., vs. Secor, Tracy, et al.
Case of general Fitz John Porter, Mr. Choate's argument for petitioner
Petition, statement and brief in the case of Colonel James Belger, quartermaster United States Army
Causes célèbres de tous les peuples
Cash, working assets and profit and loss balance of Western Railroads on June 30, 1914
Case of Arthur Gray, who was convicted of a burglary
Cases on marital law
Causas célebres históricas españolas, por el Excmo. Señor Conde De Fabraquer, ex-ministro de los tribunales supremos de guerra y marina, ordenes, y cruzada, antiguo ministro del consejo de castilla, etc., etc.
Case of Mr. McLeod, in whose person the crown of Great Britain is arraigned for felony
United States-Norway Arbitration under the special agreement of June 30, 1921 case of the United States of America.
The Venezuelan question Castro and the asphalt trust from official records.
Causes celebres et interessantes, avec les jugemens qui les ont decide'es
Case of the Rector of Doddington
Case of Poultney's heirs versus William Cecil's executor, Edward Ogden and others as argued and determined in the Supreme Court of the Louisiana
Case upon the will of the late Peter Thellusson, Esq.
Case of Baptiste Cadien, for murder, tried at Three Rivers, in the March session, 1838
Case of the Mary, (better known as the Alexandra) seized at Nassau, under the Foreign Enlistment Act, decided in the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Bahamas, May 30th, 1865
Caster Socket Co., Limited, appellant, vs. Standard Caster & Whell Co., appellee appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Michigan : record.
In the matter of the demand of the United States of America for the extradition of John Francis Gaynor and Benjamin D. Greene ... fugitives from justice and the said fugitives ... petitioners for writs of habeas corpus and the United States of America ... intervenants report of the counsel for the Government of the United States on the proceedings in Canada and opinion.
Cases decided in the Court of Session, &c., reported by Norman Macpherson, Robert Lee, Andrew B. Bell, Middleton Rettie, and Alex. S. Kinnear, Esquires, advocates, Longworth or Yelverton v. Yelverton, and Yelverton v. Longworth, December 19, 1862
Libel and answers in the case of John M'Leod Campbell, minister of Row, Sept. 21st, 1830
Causa criminal instruida al Exmo. Sr. presidente constitucional, general de division D. Antonio Lopez de Santa-Anna, acusado del delito de traicion contra la forma de gobierno establecida en las bases organicas
Case of the Black Warrior, and other violations of the rights of American citizens
Causes célèbres les trois procés de Contrafatto, prêtre sicilien, de Sieffrid, curé de Benfeld, en Alsace et de Molitor, prêtre allemand.
Case of the Bishop of London in two causes respecting the licensing a lecturer
Case of Thomas C. Grattan, administrator of the goods and estate of the late Sir John Caldwell, baronet versus William Appleton, et al., in the Circuit Court of the United States, for the First Circuit and District of Massachusetts
Case of Captain Abraham Wendell, Jr., of the brig Kremlin of New York, arising from an outrage perpetrated by him upon William Bell, first officer of said brig, in the port of Havana, July, 1838
Case of Peter Finnerty, including a full report of all proceedings which took place in the Court of King's Bench upon the subject, and of which but an imperfect sketch has appeared in the newspapers, with notes and a preface comprehending an essay upon the law of libel, and some remarks upon Mr. Finnerty's case, to which is annexed, an abstract of the case of Colonel Draper, upon which precedent Mr. Finnerty professed to act.
Celebrated crimes
Case of the Proprietors of Charles River Bridge against the Proprietors of Warren Bridge argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
Case of George Baillie, Esq., addressed to the bill-holders and others interested in the speedy and favorable liquidation of the affairs of George Baillei and Co., merchants in London
Mémoire a consulter, et consultation pour les sieur & dame Noguès & le sieur Payne De Boisneuf, héritiers de la dame veuve Bidonne
Case of Lieut.-Col. Alen, C.B., late 55th regiment, relating to his trial &c., &c., &c.
The Times, Thursday, December 15[-21], 1864, the case of Dr. Colenso
Case for the Right Honourable the Earl and Countess of Dalhousie, and their factors, pursuers, against James Amos, farmer at Presmennan, and Messrs George Dunlop and Company, distillers at East Linton, defenders
Case of William Brereton, Esq., late Commander of His Majesty's Ship Duke to which is added an appendix, containing a correspondence between the Earl of Sandwich and Captain Brereton, minutes of two courts-martial, a report from the Lords of the Admiralty, an order of His Majesty in council, and other papers.
Julia Clark, or The last victim of a bad woman the most touching narrative that has ever been given to the public, being a history of the sad end of a rich, lovely, and accomplished young lady, who was led astray by a bad woman and finally in despair drowned herself : to which is added a full and thrilling account of the pursuit arrest and confession of the wicked woman by whom Miss Clark was betrayed.
Judge Maynard's letter in regard to the contested senatorial election cases
Judge Maynard's letter in regard to the contested election cases
Judge Merrick's charge to the jury, in the Dalton divorce case
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug Edna V. Crew, appellees, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam-tug Portsmouth and Barge "N.Y., P. & N. no. 2." appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner Baker Palmer, appellee and appellant reply brief for J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of the schooner Baker Palmer, appellee and appellant.
Journal of proceedings of the Senate, in the matter of George W. Smith, judge of Oneida County, in relation to charges submitted to the Senate by the governor
Joseph Smith, plaintiff in error, vs. the State of Tennessee In error to the Supreme Court of the state of Tennessee : brief of plaintiff in error /
Judicial proceedings against Rodman M. Price, of New Jersey, on the charge of perjury
Before the Most Noble and Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes Sloop Industry, Johan Gustaf Quaremberg, Master, Joseph Spear Esq., commander of His Majesty's ship of war Dart, the captor and His Majesty's procurator general, appellant, Johan Gustaf Quaremberg, the master and claimant of the vessel and cargo as the property of John Van Brackle of St. Croix, respondents : appeal from Tortola : appellant's case.
Chamizal arbitration the case of the United States of America before the International Boundary Commission, United States-Mexico, Hon. Eugene Lafleur, presiding under the provisions of the convention between the United States of America and the United States of Mexico, concluded June 24, 1910 : with portfolio of maps.
Joseph H. Patten, respondent, vs. Robert Lyon, appellant case on appeal to the general term.
Jurisdiction of General Court-Martial in case of United States v. Shea, Daniel, (late Private, Battery "E," 1st Artillery.)
Joseph Grafton, plaintiff and appellant, against William Moir, defendant and respondent brief for plaintiff and appellant.
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug "Edna V. Crew," appellants, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam Tug "Portsmouth" and Barge "N.Y., P. & N. no. 2," appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner "Baker Palmer," appellee and appellant appeal and cross-appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Norfolk.
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug "Edna V. Crew," appellants, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam tug "Portsmouth" and Barge "N.Y., P. & N.R.R. no. 2," appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner "Baker Palmer," appellee and appellant appeal and cross appeals from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, at Norfolk.
Journal of the Senate of the state of Mississippi, sitting as a Court of Impeachment, in the trials of Adelbert Ames, governor, Alexander K. Davis, lieutenant-governor, Thomas W. Cardozo, superintendent of public education
Judgment of Vice Chancellor Sir J. Knight Bruce, in the case of the Humberstone Charity, delivered 8th March, 1851
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug Edna V. Crew, appellees, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam-tug Portsmouth and Barge N.Y.P. & N. no. 2, appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner Baker Palmer, appellee and appellant brief for J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of the Schooner Baker Palmer, appellee and appellant.
Journal of the Senate of Minnesota, sitting as a High Court of Impeachment for the trial of Hon. E. St. Julien Cox, judge of the Ninth Judicial District
Journal of proceedings of the state Senate sitting as a Court of Impeachment constitutional provisions relating to impeachment and removal from office, together with act of the legislature vitalizing the same, and rules of the Senate of the state of Oklahoma governing impeachment trials : journal of proceedings, orders of the Court of Impeachment, and findings in the cases of "State of Oklahoma v. A.P. Watson, corporation commissioner" and "State of Oklahoma v. A.L. Welch, insurance commissioner."اfifth Legislature, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1915.
Journal of proceedings of the state Senate sitting as a Court of Impeachment, eighth Legislature of the state of Oklahoma
Journal of the Senate of the Twenty-first General Assembly of the state of Iowa, with reference to the impeachment of John L. Brown, auditor of state
Journal of the House of Representatives, state of Arkansas session of 1871, convened at the Capitol, in the city of Little Rock, state of Arkansas, on Monday, the second day of January, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, being the first session of the second legislature held under the constitution of the state of Arkansas, adopted March 13, 1868 /
Journal of the Senate of the twenty-first General Assembly of the state of Iowa with reference to the impeachment of John L. Brown, auditor of state
James P. Kernochan, individually and as executor of and trustee under the last will and testament of Joseph Kernochan, deceased, William S. Kernochan, Eliza P. Garr, J. Frederic Kernochan, Henry P. Kernochan, Abba E. Kernochan, Louisa M. Kernochan, as administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of John A. Kernochan, deceased, and Margaret Montgomery, plaintiffs, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company and Manhattan Railway Company, defendants respondents' brief on the appeal from the order.
Judicial proceedings respecting constitutional validity of the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907 and amendments of 1910, 1918 and 1920 Toronto Electric Commissioners v. Snider et al.
Journal of the Senate of the state of Washington sitting as a court of impeachment for the trial of John H. Schively, state insurance commissioner extraordinary session, 1909 held at Olympia, the state capital.
Juluis Dietz, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
Judgment delivered by the Right Hon. Sir Robert Phillimore, D.C.L., official principal of the Court of Arches, in the case of Martin v. Mackonochie and Flamank v. Simpson
Judgment delivered in the General Division of the High Court of Rhodesia, at Salisbury, on Friday, 9th September, 1966, in the matters between (1) Stella Madzimbamuto, applicant, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, first respondent : and Frederick Phillip George, in his capacity as superintendent of Gwelo Prison, second respondent, (2) Leo Solomon Baron, applicant, and Norman Ayre, in his capacity as the officer in charge of Que Que Prison, first respondent, and Hendrik Stephanus Benzuidenhout, in his capacity as director of prisons, second respondent : and Clifford Walter Dupont, third respondent, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, fourth respondent, alternatively Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, fifth respondent
Judicial opinion in the case of the Presbyterian Church versus the Rev. W.C. McCune, delivered in the Presbytery of Cincinnati, only in part for want of time March 22, 1877
Joseph M. Clark and Alvah H. Boushell, partners trading as Joseph M. Clark & Company, claimants of Tug "Edna V. Crew", appellants, versus New York, Philadelphia & Norfolk Railroad Company, claimant of Steam Tug "Portsmouth" and Barge "N.Y., P. & N. no. 2," appellee and appellant, and J.S. Winslow & Company, claimant of Schooner "Baker Palmer," appellee and appellant brief for Joseph M. Clark & Company, appellants.
Journal of the Senate of Michigan, sitting as a Court of Impeachment for the trial of Charles A. Edmonds, commissioner of the State Land Office
Jugement rendu par le Tribunal criminel du Département d'Eure et Loir contre les brigands de la bande d'Orgères
Judgment in the Consistorial Court of Armagh, involving the question of the law of marriage in Ireland
Judgement pronounced in the Consistory Court of London, in the case of Dalrymple v. Dalrymple
Lancaster Assizes, 21st August, 1833, before Mr. Baron Bolland & a special jury, John Doe on the demise of Robert Millington and William Milnes Millington against Edmund Peel Thomson and Thomas Hunter, assignees of James Hudson, a bankrupt
In Chancery, Leavitt v. Blatchford and others statement of the facts and questions of law in issue in the suit affecting the Blatchford and Murray Trust and argument on behalf of the defendants, Messrs. Palmers, Mackillop, Dent and Co.
Kimball, adm'r, et al., v. New Hampshire Bible Society, et als brief for trustees of Phillips Academy.
In the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county of New York, Gibbons L. Kelty, et al., responants, against Lesser Steinhardt, appellant brief for appellant.
Gibbons L. Kelty and others, respondents, against Lesser Steinhardt, appellant points for respondents.
Knowles & others v. McAdam, colliery income tax appeal report of income tax appeal case under the Act 37 & 38 Vict., Cap. 16, heard before the High Court of Justice, Exchequer Division, on January 23 and 24, and December 5, 1877 /
Kent Summer Assizes, 1805 before the Hon. Chief Justice Mansfield, Mr. Justice Heath, and John Minet Fector, Esq., high sheriff, an account of all the causes tried at Maidstone, and those of any importance fully and accurately detailed /
Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed at the several sessions of the General Court holden in Boston, beginning 31st. May, 1809, and ending on the 27th. January, 1811, published agreeably to a resolve passed January 20, 1808.
Robert J.C. Leake, respondent, vs. the Bleecker Street and Fulton Ferry Railroad Company, appellants points for appellants.
Keller, et al., Public Utilities Commission of District of Columbia, v. Potomac Electric Power Co., Inc., et al.
Justice and injustice in re the brick trust case
The libel suit of Knowles v. Douglass
Knox vs. the New York Elevated Railroad Company et al. brief submitted by permission of the court by counsel for certain property owners.
Arguments of counsel and opinions of the judges in the case of the King v. Mr. Justice Johnson
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, December term, 1882, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant, at law, appeal from Scott District Court appellees' argument.
Lancaster v. Wheeler plf's second brief.
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, December term, 1882, at Des Moines, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant, at law appeal from the judgment of Scott District Court : argument for appellant.
Kate Richards O'Hare in prison
John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie v. Gerhard Wessels, Charles T. Wessels and Henry E. Wessels brief on exceptions to master's report.
John Kimball, adm'r and others v. N.H. Bible Society and others brief for trustees of Phillips Academy.
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, April term, at Davenport, 1883, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant appeal from Scott District Court : brief for appellees, on application for re-hearing.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, Lawrence Lynch, plaintiff-respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants-appellants, George Herold, plaintiff-respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants-appellants supplemental brief for respondents.
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, December term, 1882, Koehler & Lange, appellees, vs. John Hill, appellant, at law appellant's abstract of record : appeal from the judgment of Scott District Court.
King vs. Didier, before Mr. Justice Cook and a jury
John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, complainants, against Gerhard Wessels, Charles T. Wessels and Henry E. Wessels, defendants, in equity brief on exceptions to answer.
Last dying speeches, birth, parentage, &c., of John Lewis, late drummer in the 3d Regiment of Guards, for rioting at Charing Cross, Erick Han. Falck, for forgery who were executed yesterday before the debtor's door, Newgate, also an account of Thomas Hassel and Henry Hale, for burglary who were to have been executed at the same time but received a reprieve to which is added, an affecting copy of a letter sent by Erick Han. Falck to the daughter of a respectable tradesman whom he was to marry.
Kent Lent Assizes, 1805 before the Honorable Mr. Justice Heath, Mr. Justice Rooke, and John Minet Fector, Esq., high sheriff, an account of all the causes tried at Maidstone, and those of any importance fully and accurately detailed : to which is added, a list of the prisoners, with the particulars of their respective offences and trials, with the sentences which they received /
Bertha R. Kenkele and another, as surviving trustees, plaintiffs and respondents, against the Manhattan Railway Company and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants and appellants opinion, January, 1890.
"Exhibits" Justice Barnard's case
Kittredge vs. Warren
Evidence, &c., warrant to the Honorable Sir Ralph Palmer, knight, Sir Robert Buckley Comyn, knight, and Sir George William Ricketts, knight, judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the Presidency of Madras, or other the judges of the same court
Justice raped in California
Geo. Kendall, et al., plaintiffs, in error, against Jos. S. Winsor, defendant, in error
Law unknown, or, Judgement unjust wherein is shewed, that some persons were indicted, judged and condemned at the sessions in the Old Bailey, London, by an unknown law, neither printed nor published, nor any ways knowable by the common people, whereby the inhabitants of this nation may perceive what unavoidable bondage and slavery they are going into : with a brief relation of the killing of John Townesend by Major Crosby at St. Albones, and the proceedings of court thereupon in quitting the said Crosby and punishing the peaceable standers by, and some remarkable passages of Sir Harbottle Grimston, in the said tryal : together also with certain queries, grounded upon the act of indempnity especially recommended to the serious consideration of the said Sir Harbottle and all the members of that Parliament whereof he was speaker.
Second trial of John Francis Knapp at Salem, for the alleged murder of Capt. Joseph White
In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Abraham R. Lawrence, deceased
William Dehon King and others, respondents, against Eugenia A. Webster Ross, appellant brief for respondents on motion to dismiss appeal.
Observations on the case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others
Justice shaking her sides and the court convulsed with laughter, in a select collection of authentic, eccentric, entertaining, diverting, whimsical, comical humorous, and amorous trials, for robberies, rapes, bigamy, privately stealing, assaults, misdemeanours, and other offences, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey.
Report of the judiciary committee, relative to the Nicholson Court
Report of the proceedings against the parties charged with burning Nottingham Castle firing Lowe's mill and sacking Colwick hall who were tried at the special assize holden at Nottingham, January the fourth to the fourteenth, 1832, before the Hon. Sir Joseph Littledale, knight and the Hon. Sir Stephen Gazelee, knight.
Report of the judiciary committee in relation to thirty-nine tracts of land in Luzerne County
Report of the proceedings on an information filed ex officio, by His Majesty's Attorney General against John Hunt, and Leigh Hunt, proprietors of the Examiner for publishing an article on military punishment, which originally appeared in Drakard's Stamford News : tried in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, on Friday, February 22, 1811, before the Right Honourable Lord Ellenborough, chief justice, &c., and a special jury.
Report of the proceedings in the case of the United States vs. Charles J. Guiteau. tried in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a criminal term, and beginning November 14, 1881 /
Report of the proceedings at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Berks, held at reading, January 16, 1811, on the appeal of William Kent, against a conviction of William Henry Price, Esq., in the penalty of 20l., for teaching and praying in a meeting or conventicle, held in an uninhabited house in other manner than according to the liturgy of the Church of England, where five persons or more were present /
Report of the jury trial in the action of declarator, &c., at the instance of Mr. & Mrs. Gillespie, of Torbanehill against Messrs. James Russel & Son, coalmasters, Falkirk (tried at Edinburgh before the Lord President and a jury, on the 29th and 30th July, and 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th August 1853) /
Report of the proceedings on the writ of enquiry, before Samuel Collingridge, Esq., and a special jury of the city of London, for the assessment of damages in the cause of Stephens v. Brogden, for an assault and also the argument of counsel, in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, on shewing cause against the rule for setting aside the damages awarded on an inquision before the secondary.
Report of the proceedings on an Information (upon the act of 39th Geo. III. cap. 79) against Sharp, a member of the Constitutional Association, at the Mansion-House before the Right Hon. John Thomas Thorp, lord mayor, on Saturday the 23d and Wednesday the 27th of June, 1821.
Report of the proceedings of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England versus the London and Westminster Bank in the Court of Common Pleas.
Report of the jury trial the North British Insurance Company against the executors of the Late Mrs. Ralston of Warwickhill, in Ayrshire : tried at Edinburgh on Friday 21st July 1837.
Report of the proceedings of the first and second trials of the cause of Fisher against Ward, master of the Ship Fishburn which was detained in Russia during the late embargo on British ships : with the arguments of counsel, on the special case reserved for the opinion of the Court of Common Pleas, respecting the wages claimed by the British seamen, during the time they were detained in Russia : and an appendix, containing several interesting documents relative to that most extraordinary event.
Report of the proceedings on the trial of the cause Doe, on the demise of Lord Teynham, against Charles Henry Tyler, Esq. in the Court of Common Pleas, at Westminster : before Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal, knt., lord chief justice, and a special jury, on the 11th, 12th, and 13th January, 1830 /
Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a copy of the proceedings of the general court-martial in the case of Adjutant-General Roger Jones.
Letter to Messrs. John C. Cook, foreman, Richard Bartlett, Thomas Chamberlain, John P. Coolidge, Joseph H. Cotton, David Eckley, John F. Elliot, Daniel Goodnow, James Goddard, John T. Heard, Ridgeway E. Holbrook, all of Boston, and Henry Slade of Chelsea jurors empannelled to try the indictment against Joseph A. Whitmarsh, for an alleged crime of libel.
Letters of Lady Rachel Russell, from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey to which are prefixed, an introduction vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. : to this edition is now added, the trial of Lord William Russell for high treason extracted from the state trials.
Letters to a peer, concerning the Honour of Earl-Marshal letter I. Shewing, that no Earl-Marshal can be made during the minority, or other incapacity, of an hereditary Earl-Marshal and Marshal of England.
Letters and opinions of the press on the Purchas judgment
Les réclamations indirectes chapitre extrait du plaidoyer des Etats-Unis présenté le 15 Juin 1872 au Tribunal D'Arbitrage de Genève augmenté d'un appendice.
Letter from the Secretary of War to the President
Letters to James Monroe, president of the United States, from William King, late colonel of the United States Army
In the Court of Appeals, Lena Pappenheim, respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and another, appellants brief for respondent in no. 462.
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, plaintiff-in-error (defendant below), against the state of Russia, defendant-in-error (plaintiff below) action no. 2اcalendar no. 319, in error to the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York : brief for Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, plaintiff-in-error.
Letter from George Combe to Francis Jeffrey, Esq. in answer to his criticism on phrenology contained in no. LXXXVIII. of the Edinburgh review.
Letters from Simpkin the Second, to his dear brother in Wales containing an humble description of the trial of Warren Hastings, Esq., from the commencement to the close of the sessions in 1789 /
Lewis E. Mills, vs. Geo. S. Larue, et al., constituting the Board of Equalization brief for plaintiff /
Letter to Sir J. Mackintosh, knt., M.P. explanatory of the whole circumstances which led to the robbery of the Glasgow Sentinel Office, to the death of Sir Alexander Boswell, bart., to the trial of Mr. James Stuart, younger of Dunearn, and ultimately to the animadversions of the Honourable James Abercromby, in the House of Commons, upon the conduct of the Right Honourable the Lord Advocate and various individuals /
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a copy of the proceedings of a court martial, for the trial of Colonel William King, of the Fourth Infantry, and sundry orders and documents connected therewith
Les procés Burrows a Londres compte rendu stènographique
[Letter to the members of the Mother Church from John V. Dittemore]
Letter of the postmaster general and opinion of the attorney general in reference to the power of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia to control executive officers of the United States in the performance of their official duties, also, an exposition of the reasons of the postmaster general for refusing to execute a part of the award of the solicitor in favor of Messrs. Stockton, Stokes, and others
Letters written by Thomas Bates, lately executed at Aylesbury, with a correct account of his conduct in prison, from his committal to the day of his death
Legal opinions of the Honourable Joseph M. White, of the House of Representatives, U. States, Honourable Daniel Webster, senator in Congress and Edward Livingston, Esq., L.L.D., and late secretary of state of the U. States, in relation to the title of the Duke of Alagon
Opinion of Woodward, J., Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company vs. Harlan and Henderson
Lewdness and murder a discourse suggested by the late murder : delivered in the Chapel Street Congregational Church, on Sabbath evening, March 9th, 1845 and repeated in the center churches of New Haven and Hartford /
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, plaintiff-in-error, (defendant below), vs. the state of Russia, defendant-in-error, (plaintiff below) action no. 1[-3]
Letters to Her Royal Highness Caroline, Princess of Wales comprising the only true history of the celebrated book, disclosing a full account of an extraordinary prosecution commenced against the author in the Court of Chancery, through having a copy thereof in his possession and exhibiting the injunction granted by Lord Eldon, to prevent his parting from the said book, under the penalty of five thousand pounds /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1936, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, petitioners and appellants below, vs. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National Bank-Detroit, respondent and appellee below petition of Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich for writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and brief in support thereof.
Les grands procés de l'histoire
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, intervenors and appellants, vs. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National Bank-Detroit, appellee, no. 6900 memorandum in support of motion for rehearing.
Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a report in relation to the works carrying on at the Pea Patch, in the Delaware river, and also, the proceedings of a court martial ordered for the trial of Major S. Babcock, the testimony taken in the case, and the judgment pronounced by the court thereupon.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1936, Leslie Ullrich and Laura C. Ullrich, petitioners and appellants below, v. C.O. Thomas, receiver of First National Bank-Detroit, respondent and appellee below brief on behalf of receiver of First National Bank-Detroit in opposition to petition for writ of certiorari.
Lee D. Potter, appellant-defendant, versus Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association, appellee-plaintiff brief for appellee.
Report of the State trials before a general court martial held at Montreal in 1838-9 : exhibiting a complete history of the late rebellion in Lower Canada.
In Senate, January 27, 1830, report of the special counsel on the subject of the abduction of William Morgan
Report of the select committee to investigate the Alleged Credit Mobilier Bribery, made to the House of Representatives, February 18, 1873
Report of the trial by jury, of the action of damages for assault Margaret Finlayson, spouse of Archibald Finlayson, shoemaker, Glasgow, against Michael Gilfillan, writer in Glasgow.
Report of the trial in the case of Barw. M'Garahan versus the Rev. T. Maguire, before Baron Smith and a special jury, December 13, 1827
Report of the Secretary of War, communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, copies of the proceedings of the court of inquiry in the case of Major J.W. Ripley, superintendent of the armory at Springfield
Report of the trial by jury, Professor John Leslie against William Blackwood for libel in "Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine" /
Whale fishery report of the trial by jury John Hutchison, Esquire, and others, against the Dundee Union Whale Fishing Company /
Report of the trial Curling against Buck for breach of promise of marriage /
Report of the Royal Commission re Gamey Charges before the Honourable Sir John A. Boyd, chancellor, and the Honourable Chief Justice Falconbridge evidence.
M'Caul v. Colenso libel, report of the trial in M'Caul v. Colenso in the Court of Proper Pleas, Dublin : before Chief Justice Shanahan and a special jury : a jeu d'esprit /
Report of the trial in an action for libel in the Court of Exchequer, before Sir William Alexander, knt., lord chief baron and a common jury, on Wednesday the 20th of February, 1828, Patrick Mathias Cumming, clerk, plaintiff, and Mary Meyler and Thomas Mulligan, defendants
Report of the trial by jury, in the counter actions of defamation and damages, Kingan versus Watson, et e contra and also of the proceedings under the motion for a new trial : to which are prefixed, observations on Mr. Kingan's case /
Report of the trial in Kelly v. Dunbar with Mr. Whiteside's celebrated speech, revised by himself : tried in the Probate Court, before the Right Honorable Judge Keatinge and a special jury, in 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th December, 1864.
Report of the select committee appointed to investigate charges against Judge Estill, 1850
Nightingale versus Stockdale report of the trial in an action for a libel, contained in a review of the "Portraiture of Methodism" : tried at Guildhall, before the Right Hon. Lord Ellenborough, and a special jury, Saturday, March 11, 1809 /
Report of the proceedings, upon an inquisition of damages, in a cause between the Rev. George Markham, plaintiff, and John Fawcett, Esq., defendant, for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife, taken at the King's-Arms Tavern, Old Palace Yard, on Tuesday, May 4, 1802 before Joseph Burchell, Esq., deputy sheriff of the county of Middlesex, and a special jury.
Report of the Special Committee of the House of Representatives appointed under the provisions of House order number 1030 "to investigate the acts and conduct of Arthur K. Reading during his tenure of the Office of Attorney-General of the Commonwealth and all matters which may tend to show misconduct or mal-administration by him in his said office" June 1, 1928 /
Report of the proceedings under a writ of enquiry of damages, in an action in the Court of King's Bench, in which the Right Honourable Lord Boringdon was plaintiff, and the Right Honourable Sir Arthur Paget, K.B., defendant, executed before the Sheriff of Middlesex and a special jury, on Tuesday the 19th July, 1808
Anne Price, widow, appellant, Thomas Baker, Clerk and Watkin Williams Wynn Esq., respondents the respondents case : to be heard at the Bar of the House of Lords, on Wednesday the 21st of February, 1727.
Answers for Mansfield and Spence, merchants in Edinburgh to the petition of Burnet and Mowat, merchants in Campvere
Answers for Messieurs Burnet and Mowat, merchants in Campvere, to the petition of Alexander Mitchel, merchant in Aberdeen
Answers for John Cameron only lawful son to Alexander Cameron, of Kinnaird, to the bill of advocation offered in name of James Malcolm, second daughter to the deceased James Malcolm merchant in Jamaica
Answers for Agnes Seton, relict of Alexander Williamson, some time provost of Kirkaldy, deceast, and John Ross, eldest son of the deceast Patrick Ross of Innernethie advocate, and his tutors, defenders to the petition of Alexander Alison, deputy-cashier of excise, pursuer.
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, Jerusha, Ebenezer Giles, master, Francis le Feuvre, commander of the private ship of War Vulture, appellant, the said Ebenezer Giles, claimant of the said ship and her cargo, as the property of American citizens, respondents on appeal from the High Court of Admirally of England : case on behalf of the appellant.
Answers for David Campbell, of Clochombie to the petition of Donal Campbell, of Balinaby
Constitutional free speech defined and defended in an unfinished argument in a case of blasphemy
Correspondence concerning claims against Great Britain transmitted to the Senate of the United States in answer to the resolutions of December 4 and 10, 1867, and of May 27, 1868.
Controversy for precedence between John Moubray Earl Marshal and Richard Earl of Warwick
Copy of the proceedings of a general court martial, held at the Horse-Guards, for the trial of Colonel Hugh Debbieg, of the Corps of Royal Engineers on three charges exhibited against him, by Charles, Duke of Richmond, &c., master general of His Majesty's ordnance : to which is added, copies of the opening of the charges and of the reply to the defence as delivered by the Duke of Richmond at the trial, of which only short minutes were entered in the proceedings of the court martial : also the sentence, as delivered by His Majesty, to be issued in general orders.
George E. Kirk, plaintiff in error, vs. Charles O. Hamilton and Catharine Hamilton in error to Supreme Court of the District of Columbia : brief for defendants in error.
Answers for Thomas Fullarton, of Galraw, John Fullarton, of Cowie, his son and John Turnbull, of Strikathro, all heritors having right to salmon fishings on the water of Northesk, and Robert Ramsay, merchant in Edinburgh, tacksman of the fishing of Edzel, upon the said water pursuers, to the petition of Hercules Scot, of Brotherton, defender
George L. Hoitt, appellant, v. Alfred Hoitt, appellee supplemental brief of appellant.
George Maitland, complainant, vs. Alfred C. Gibson, trading under the name and style of Gibson Gas Fixture Works, defendant on letters patent no. 259,235 and 294,697, brief for complainant.
George De B. Keim et al., receivers, claimants, appellants, v. William B. Parker, libellant, appellee brief for appellants.
George H. Tilden, respondent, against Andrew H. Green, &c., et al., appellants brief for appellants upon their motion for a re-argument.
Answers for Robert Arthur, merchant in Irvine, to the petition of Messrs. Hastie and Jamieson merchants in Glasgow
Appendix to the case of Colonel Walter Ker and Richard Hotchkis, his attorney (in the competition of brieves betwixt Sir James Innes and Colonel Ker, for the estate of Roxburghe)
Apostolas B. Cascambas et al., v. city of Newport et als., equity no. 607 brief for the complainants.
Coram Lafontaine, C.J., Aylwin, J., Duval, J., Caron, J., Benjamin Wilcox et Uxor, (defendants in the court below), appellants, et Barnabas Wilcox, (plaintiff in the court below), respondent
Answers for William Galdie, merchant in Glasgow, factor for the trustees on the sequestrated estate of James Anderson, merchant in Glasgow, to the petition of William Gray of Cartcraig, merchant in Glasgow
Appeal to the President of the United States for a re examination of the proceedings of the general court martial in his case
Apollos R. Wetmore and others agst., George Law, executor, &c., and others
Answers for Sir Duncan Campbell of Lochnell, and Alexander Macmillan, clerk the signet, his factor, to the petition of Patrick Crawford of Auchinames, Esquire
Answers for the creditors of Sir Alexander Murray, of Stanhope, baronet, deceast, and of Charles Murray, Esq., his brother, to the petition of Edward, Duke of Norfolk, and others
Answers for James Wallace, merchant in Norway and Alexander Keith, writer in Edinburgh, his factor to the bill of suspension presented by James Nairn and his cautioner
Answers for David Campbell, of Clochombie to the petition of Neil Campbell, of Duntroon
Answers for Robert Crichton merchant in Irvine, and John Crichton merchant in Ladyhall, chargers to the petition of William Alexander, suspender
Answers for Alexander Mitchel, merchant in Aberdeen, to the prison of Messrs. Burnet and Mowat, merchants in Campvere
Supreme Court, N.Y., special term, Nov., 1860, Hogeboom, justice, Apollos R. Wetmore and others against George Law, excr, &c., and others
Answers for Donald M'Ilmun late of the Island of Jamaica, now merchant in Glasgow, to the petition of Mess. Mansfield, Hunter, and Company, merchants in Edinburgh
Appeal from the District Court of Dubuque County, James MacGregor, Junr., v. Alexander MacGregor, Ann G. MacGregor, George D. Gardener, Egbert Gardener, Gregor MacGregor, Gardener MacGregor, and Duncan MacGregor
Answers for Francis Paterson, supervisor of excise, to the petition of His Majesty's advocate
Appendix B exhibits for the defence.
Appendix
Answers for Patrick Crawford of Auchinames, Esq., pursuer to the petition of Sir Duncan Campbell of Lochnell, and Alexander Macmillan clerk to the signet, his factor, defenders
Appendix summary of testimony.
Between the United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York, original defendants and defendants in error and Peter Laing, original plaintiff and plaintiff in error case on the part of the defendants in error.
Berger, complainant and respondent, and United States Steel Corporation, defendant and appellant on appeal : opinion filed October 11, 1902.
In the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Third Judicial Department, Supreme Court, the county of Ulster, appellant, vs. the state of New York, respondent supplemental points for appellant.
In the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division, (Admiralty), (in Prize), Royal Courts of Justice, Tuesday, 29th April 1919, before the Right Hon. Lord Sterndale (president), the Steamship "Pellworm" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,657, the Steamship "Marie Horn" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,658, the Steamship "Brietzig" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,660, the Steamship "Heinz Blumberg" (claim of shipowner), no. 1,659
In the District Court of the United States, within and for the Eastern Division of the Eastern District of Missouri, Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Benjamin F. Edwards, as trustees, complainants, vs. the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity consolidated cause, no. 4478 petition for further authority to purchase real estate necessary for right-of-way, main, side and spur tracks and, for depot purposes.
United States of America, plaintiff, against Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman, defendants
Great disclosure of spiritual wickedness!! in high places with an appeal to the government to protect the inalienable rights of married women /
In the District Court of the United States, within and for the Eastern Division of the Eastern District of Missouri, Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Benjamin F. Edwards as trustees, complainants, vs. the Missouri Pacific Railway Company, defendant, in equity consolidated cause
[Senator Strahan's case]
Goldstein, et al., defendant-appellant, v. United States, respondent brief for respondent.
Charles Gould, respondent, against Justus J. McCarty, appellant
God's revenge against murder, or, The genuine history of the life, trial, and last dying words of Sarah Metyard, widow and Sarah Morgan Metyard, spinster, for the wilful murder of Ann Nailor, an infant, aged 13, by shutting her up and confining her from the 29th of September, in the 32d year of King George II. to the 4th of October, and starving her to death to which is added, the life of John Plackett, for highway robbery on Jacob Faye, a Danish young gentleman near the city road, for which he was executed and afterwards hung in chains on Finchley Common.
Gerhard Wessels and Charles T. Wessels, complainants, against John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, defendants printed papers on demurrer.
Gerhard Wessels and Charles T. Wessels, complainants, against John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, defendants complainants' pleadings and proofs.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1907, Great Northern Railway Company, petitioner, v. the United States, on writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit brief for the United States.
Robert P. Getty and Samuel E. Getty, respondents, against Henry F. Spaulding et al., executors, &c., of Daniel, Devlin, deceased, impleaded with John Bryan et al., appellants brief on behalf the appellants Henry F. Spaulding et al., ex'rs, &c.
George W. Glover vs. Henry M. Baker, executor of the will of Mary Baker Glover Eddy, et al. argument in behalf of the plaintiff by DeWitt C. Howe (March 13, 1912)
German war trials report of proceedings before the Supreme Court in Leipzig : with appendices /
Arbitration of outstanding pecuniary claims between Great Britain and the United States of America the Argonaut and Colonel Jonas H. French : answer of His Majesty's Government.
Gerhard Wessels and Charles T. Wessels, complainants, v. John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, defendants defendants' answer and proofs.
In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Binkley Coal Company, plaintiff, vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, defendant, in equity no. 4696, Guaranty Trust Company of New York and Merrel P. Callaway, as trustees, complainants, vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, et al., defendants, in equity no. 4931, consolidated causes and ancillary causes pending in District Courts of the United States, Western District of Michigan, District of Minnesota, Fourth Division, District of Montana, and Southern District of New York : record.
Gerhard Wessels and Charles T. Wessels, complainants, v. John E. Kerr and Alexander Rerrie, defendants defendants' exhibits.
Crim. con., actions and trials, and other legal proceedings relating to marriage before the passing of the present divorce act
In the Supreme Court of the United States, county of San Mateo, plaintiff in error, vs. the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, defendant in error
Unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Isabella Forrester, daughter and heir to the deceast John Forrester of Millhill, and Thomas Crichton younger of Ruthvens, writer in Edinburgh, her husband for his interest
Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States
Grazia Falotio, by guardian, &c., against the Broadway and Seventh Avenue Railroad Company points for appellant.
Crawshay versus Thompson and others proceedings on the trial of this cause in the Court of Common Pleas, Guildhall, by a special jury before the Hon. Lord Chief Justice Tindal, Friday, 17th December, 1841.
Correspondence respecting the presentation of the counter-cases of Great Britain and of the United States with the declarations made by the agents of the respective governments.
In the matter of Jay Cooke & Co., in bankruptcy report of register-synopsis of assets-report of receiver.
In the matter of petition of Alfred S. Woodworth for a writ of certiorari brief in opposition of petition.
Before the Department of State, in the matter of the cargo of the S.S. "Oldhamia"اclaim of the Standard Oil Company of New York against the Russian government brief for the claimant Standard Oil Company of New York /
In the matter of the estate of Henry Jones, Elizabeth Smith, guardian of M.C. Jones, Julius Rosenthal, administrat'r of the estate of Henry Jones
Before the commissioners of the District of Columbia, in the matter of the charges of Edward A. Moseley, alleging abuse of power, vs. Lieutenant R.B. Boyle and Sergeant C.C. Myers, of the metropolitan police of Washington, D.C.
Application to the House of Bishops and the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America for an Ultimate Court of Appeal, in the matter of the presentment of Bishop William Montgomery Brown with defendant's brief upon application /
Archibald B. Gwathmey and ano., plff., appellants, against Benjamin F. Cheatham and ano., def., and respondents respondents' points.
Edgar S. Appleby, another, etc., plaintiffs, against the city of New York, defendants before Mr. Justice Pendleton, special term, part III : brief of plaintiffs.
In the Supreme Court of the state of California in the matter of the estate of William C. Hinckley, no. 6635, extracts memorandum of authorities, &c.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, in the matter of the petition of Franklin J. Sawyer for a writ of mandamus answer of Continental Trust Company of the city of New York, repondent.
In the matter of the petition of Alfred S. Woodworth for a writ of Certiorari to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit brief in support of petition.
Application of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia for revision of rates order and opinion of July 31, 1926.
Arbitration between the Eastern Railroads and the Order of Railway Conductors and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen submitted to arbitration under the Act of July 15, 1913, by agreement dated July 26, 1913, at Manhattan Hotel, New York.
Archer-Shee v. the King correspondence relating to the petition of Right subsequent to the hearing in the Law Courts in July, 1910.
Court of inquiry, July 20 and 21, 1875, as to the cause of the death of Miss Marietta N. Ball, July 24, 1874 before Justice Farnsworth : report of proceedings had on investigation of rumors implicating George Gregory Smith, with comments of the press.
Correspondence respecting the Geneva arbitration
No. 1077, Steamtug Teaser and Barge Harrisburg, Harry W. Law, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees, no. 1078, George Fredericksen, claimant, appellant, v. John L. McDonald, et al., libellants, appellees appeals from the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts, from final decree (Dodge, J.), December 6, 1913 : record.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, John Allen Heany, the Heany Company and the Heany Lamp Company, appellants, v. Edward B. Moore, commissioner of Patents on appeal from the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia : motion to dismiss or affirm.
In the matter of the appraisal under the Inheritance or Transfer Tax Act of the estate of Jay Gould, deceased additional brief for the executors on hearing before Hon. David McClure, appraiser.
H.V. Lane, libellant, vs. the schooner "A. Denike"
Conduct of George W. English, United States district judge, Eastern District of Illinois hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives Sixty-ninth Congress first session on House document 145.
[Guiteau case - Oneida Community letters]
The Ebenezer Smith will case before the Honorable John W. McKim, judge of Probate, December 4, 1878, to January 24, 1879, fourteen hearings : Hazen J. Burton, Jr., and George S. Burton, petitioners, vs. Isaac T. Smith, Dr. William H. Thorndike, Eliza W. Smith, and all other persons interested, respondents : arguments for the petitioners, Alfred D. Chandler, Esq., counsel for the petitioners, John A. Loring, Esq., George Putnam Smith, Esq., William H. Drury, Esq., counsel for the respondents.
In the matter of the most noble the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough before Sir Wm. Page Wood, vice-chancellor, August 7th, 1853.
In the matter of the petition of George M. Thornton for a writ of mandamus notice and application for leave to file petition.
D. Juan Antonio Menendez publicamos sin comentarios, un escandaloso insidente descubierto en el salon de audiencia de la Illma. Corte superior al tiempo de verse la causa criminal seguda contra aquel==we published without comment, an outrageous insidente discovered in the living room audience of Illma : Court exceeds the time of being the criminal case against those seguda.
In the appellate Court of Indiana, appeal from Warrick Circuit Court, Dark Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association, appellant, vs. Baxter T. Robertson, appellee appellant's brief.
David Banks, Charles Banks and Anthony Bleecker Banks, complainants, against John R. McDivitt, Howard Campbell and Franklin G. Campbell, defendants pleadings, evidence, exhibits, &c.
Das Verhör von Henry Kobler Musselman für die Ermordung des unglücklichen Lazarus Zellerbach enthaltend das Bekenntniss von Kobler an Wilman, die Rede des General Anwalts, und die Anrede des President Richter's an die Jury /
In the Surrogate's Court, county of Erie, in the matter of the last will and testament of Francis W. Tracy
In the matter of the contested election of District Attorney before Judges King, Campbell and Kelley, February 12, 1851.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, the Siren, (prize) no. 187, appeal from the District Court of Massachusetts brief for the United States, statement.
In the matter of the last will and testament of Patrick Dickie, deceased argument for proponent.
In the matter of the charges presented to His Excellency Reuben E. Fenton, governor of the State of New York, against Francis I.A. Boole, city inspector of the city of New York impleaded with others, as a member of the commission, to award the street cleaning contract : arguments of John Graham, Esq., on the motion to dismiss the charges : October 13, 1865.
In the matter of the petition of Franklin J. Sawyer for a writ of mandamus petition.
In the matter of the Commission for ascertaining and collecting the damages caused by the destruction of the Marine hospitals and other buildings and property at the Quarantine, Staten Island Elais W. Leavenworth, Alex. W. Harvey, Peter B. Sweeny, Samuel F. Barger, commissioners, George W. Warner, secretary : proceedings before the commissioners.
In the matter of the petition of Christian H. Lilienthal for remission of a forfeiture brief on appeal to the Secretary of the Treasury.
Daniel Gardner, respondent, against Hiram Barney and Charles Butler, appellants case on appeal to general term.
David L. Yulee vs. Francis Vose bill of complaint.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1909, J.B. Curtin, appellant, v. H.C. Benson, et al., no. 146 appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of California : brief for appellees.
Argument of Balie Peyton & Jordan Stokes, counsel for defendant, in the case of the United States versus Capt. Frank Gurley on trial before a military commission, sitting the city of Nashville, on a charge of murder, for the alleged killing of Brig.-Gen. Robert L. McCook.
Argument of Fred Fay, general executive board member on behalf of Boston Carmen's Union, in the arbitration proceedings between the Boston Elevated Railway Company and the Boston Carmen's Union, Division 589, of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America : before James J. Storrow, chairman, James L. Richards, James H. Vahey, arbitrators.
[Guiteau case - opinion of general term]
H.L. Bischoffsheim vs. John Crosby Brown et al. chronological reprint of letters and cables appearing in the exhibits.
In the Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice, Monday, 18th July, 1910, before, Lord Justice Vaughan Williams, Lord Justice Fletcher Moulton and Lord Justice Buckley, in the matter of the petition of Right of Martin Archer-Shee, Archer-Shee v. the King
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 195, January term, 1908, Commonwealth vs. Irwin A. Lewis, appellant appeal from the judgment of the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Chester County, Hemphill, trial judge : paper book of appellant.
In the matter of the Republic of Cuba vs. the state of North Carolina for recovery upon certain fraudulent bonds issued during the reconstruction period record of the proceedings in the Supreme Court of the United States and other documents /
Increase in "Cost of living" of Locomotive firemen, Hostlers and Engineers in twenty-nine western towns winter of 1913-1914 compared with winter of 1909-1910 /
In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, in the matter of the receivership of the Syracuse Chenango and New York Railroad Company re application of the receiver for instructions as to the sale of certain premises papers on appeal from order denying motion to dismiss the application.
In the matter of the petition of the Cunard Steamship Company, Limited, as owners of the Steamship "Lusitania," for limitation of its liability, before Hon. Julius M. Mayer, district judge, the "Lusitania" opinion of court.
In the matter of the state of Florida vs. Edward C. Anderson, Jr., et. al., in the Supreme Court of the United States and Edward C. Anderson, Jr., et. al., vs. the Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad Company et al., in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Florida petition of Francis Vose for himself and others, to secure the payment of the funds accumulated from the earnings of the said road to the payment of the interest on the P. & G. & Tallahassee bonds as decided by the United States Supreme Court.
In the matter of the probate of the last [will] and testament of Helene Degen, deceased case.
In the matter of the petition of Thomas Gardiner to vacate an assessment for regulating, grading, curbing, guttering, and flagging one hundred and thirty-fifth street, from fourth to eighth avenue, confirmed September 29, 1874, against the Mayor, Aldermen, and commonalty of the city of New York points of the Mayor, Aldermen, and commonalty of the city of New York.
In the Orphans' Court for the county of Philadelphia, estate of Lucas Hirst deceased, sur second account of the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, executors and trustees adjudication of Hon. Clement B. Penrose, auditing judge thereon and report of George Peirce, Esq., examiner and master appointed to investigate the administration of the Hirst Free Law Library.
In the matter of the State Reservation at Niagara appeal of Rowland F. Hill : brief for the respondents the Commissioner of the State Reservation at Niagara.
In the matter of the petition of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, for limitation of its liability as owner of the Steamship Titanic, Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, Limited, petitioner-appellant, William J. Mellor and Harry Anderson, claimants-appellees transcript of record on appeal from the District Court for the Southern District of New York.
In the Senate of the United States
Bishop Brown's fight, a fight for the right to interpret the Bible in accordance with science, a fight to break the shackles of outgrown religious creeds, a fight against pulpit hypocrisy in the trenches.
In the House of Lords, Dame Helen Cumming Gordon, appellant, Marianne Woods & Jane Pirie, respondents the appellant's case.
Daniel B. Hatch, suing in his own behalf, and in that of all other stockholders and bondholders of the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company against James J. Belden, individually and as receiver of the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company, the Syracuse, Chenango and New York Railroad Company and the New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway Company and Earl V. Alvord, complaint
In the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville, December term, 1923, Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association vs. R.H. Mason Robertson equity rule no. 4329 : reply brief for appellee association.
D.L. Wentworth and John L. Noyes vs. J.D. Howe argument of Hon. J.G. Abbott, for the defence, before Judge Reed, Friday, June 26, 1868.
In the matter of the petition of the Metropolitan Transit Company of the city of New York, to determine the amount of compensation to be paid the mayor, alderman and commonalty of the city of New York brief and points of the mayor, alderman and commonalty of the city of New York, appellants on appeal from an order appointing commissioners of appraisal to ascertain and appraise the compensation to be made to the said, the mayor, etc., of the city of New York, for the streets which desired for the purposes of the petitioner.
Henry Lambert a plea for humanity and an argument for justice before the governor and council /
In the Prerogative Court, Dew v. Clark and Clark, reports of the judgments of Sir John Nicholl on the admissibility of the several allegations in this cause and his final judgment, annulling the will of the testator, Ely Stott, Esq., appealed against to the High Court of Delegates commencing Trinity term, 1822, ending Easter term, 1826.
Argument of Ivers J. Austin, counsel for the respondent, before a Division Court Martial, assembled at Roxbury, March 23, 1841, for the trial of William Washburn, captain of the Suffolk Light Guard, a Volunteer Company of the 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Massachusetts Militia on charges preferred against him by one Appleton, with the charges, evidence, and judgment of the court.
Argument of John A. Bingham, special judge advocate in reply to the arguments of the several counsel for Mary E. Surratt, David E. Herold, Lewis Payne, George A. Atzerodt, Michael O'Laughlin, Samuel A. Mudd, Edward Spangler, and Samuel Arnold charged with conspiracy and the murder of Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States
Argument of R.C.L. Moncure, as counsel for the plaintiffs, in the case of the Bank of Virginia v. Adams, &c., depending in the Court of Common Pleas of the city and county of Philadelphia, in equity, wherein is discussed the question of the liability of stockholders for the debts of a corporation
In the matter of the trust for the benefit of the bondholders of the La Crosse & Milwaukee R.R. Co., under an agreement made Oct. 3d, 1861 petition to remove Francis Vose from the Office of Trustee.
Before the Senate of the United States, in the matter of Truman Newberry, contestee, Henry Ford, contestant brief for contestant, Henry Ford.
In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals Eighth Circuit, no. 7188, United States of America, appellant, vs. Mammoth Oil Company, et al., appellees appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Wyoming : memorandum brief of appellant in reply to brief of appellee.
Hearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress
David Lyman, appellant, against Joseph H. Parsons, Catharine M. Parsons, William Stanley & Elizabeth A. Stanley, his wife, and Caroline J. Parsons and Elizabeth Parsons, respondents surrogate's return to the appeal : appellant's petition to the Supreme Court : respondents' answer.
Argument of John C. Bullitt, counsel for the petitioner, Fitz John Porter, before the Advisory Board of Officers at West Point, January 6th, 1879
Argument of Robert Phillimore, D.C.L., in the Court of Arches, in the matter of the ornaments in the Churches of St. Paul and St. Barnabas, Knightsbridge Liddell (clerk) and Horne and others against Westerton, and Liddell (clerk) and Parke and Evans against Beale /
Argument of Mr. Baron Smith, in giving judgment on the case of Mr. Justice Johnson
Argument of William H. Seward, in defence of William Freeman, on his trial for murder, at Auburn, July 21st and 22d, 1846
Argument of William H. Seward, in defence of William Freeman, on his trial for murder, at Auburn, July 21st and 22nd, 1846
Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-sixth Congress, third session, statement of Hon. Benjamin F. Welty, M.C., February 21, 1921
Edward Heffron vs. William Gallupe writ dated November 21, 1864, to be copied as a part of the case.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term 1852, Henry Chouteau v. Patrick Molony abstract and argument of Platt Smith for defendant.
Decision of the Parish Court, in the case of the Second Municipality versus the New-Orleans Cotton Press Company with the proceedings of the council in relation to the batture question.
Argument of Nicholas Hill in the Albany bridge case before the United States Circuit Court held at the city of New York in September, 1858
Personal liability laws argument of John K. Porter, for the plaintiffs in error, in the Supreme Court of the United States, in the cases of Duncan, Sherman & Co., and Watts Sherman, plaintiffs in error, vs. James M. Smith, receiver of Oliver Lee & Company's bank at Buffalo : Washington, February 20, 1862.
Debates of the House of Lords, on the evidence delivered in the trial of Warren Hastings, Esquire proceedings of the East India Company in consequence of his acquittal, and testimonials of the British and native inhabitants of India, relative to his character and conduct whilst he was Governor General of Fort William in Bengal.
Argument of Thomas S. Grimǩ, delivered in the Court of Appeals of the state of South-Carolina, before the Hon. David Johnson & William Harper on the 2d and 3d April, 1834 in the case of the state, ex. relatione Edward M'Crady, against Col. B.F. Hunt on the constitutionality of the oath in the act for the military organization of this state, passed 19th December, 1833 : with table of contents & statement of the case.
Argument of R. Barnwell Smith, Esq., delivered in the Court of Appeals of the state of South Carolina, before the Hon. David Johnson & William Harper, on the third April, 1834, in the case of the State, ex relatione Edward M'Crady against Col. B.F. Hunt, on the constitutionality of the oath in the act for the military organization of this state, passed 19th December, 1833
The Parish will case, argument of John K. Porter, in behalf of the respondents, in the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, January 10, 1862
Hearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress, Wednesday, June 11, 1919
George W. Glover v. Henry M. Baker, executor, et al. motion to amend plaintiff's amendment filed March 25, 1911.
Between Henry Louis Bischoffsheim, complainant, against John Crosby Brown et al., defendants
Argument of Richard Yeadon, Esq., in re, the People's Bank, before the Law Court of Appeals of South-Carolina, Charleston, January 16th & 17th, 1854
Argument of Randell Hunt, in the Batture case on the Plea "Res Judicata"
Argument of Linden Kent, before the Selfridge court-martial made in behalf of captain Thomas O. Selfridge, U.S.N., on Friday, June 8, 1888
Argument of one of the Queen's Council against Mr. Dudley Moor, in the Queen's Bench in Trinity term, 1713
Argument of Mr. Franklin B. Gowen of counsel for the commonwealth, in case of the Commonwealth vs. Petroff indicted in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County for corrupt solicitation of members of the legislature : delivered March 10, 1880 /
Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-third Congress, third session and a special subcommittee thereof designed to investigate charges against Judge Alston G. Dayton, United States district judge for the Northern district of West Virginia
Argument of Judge Advocate Asa Bird Gardiner, LL.D., delivered January, 22nd and 23d, 1885, on behalf of the prosecution in the trial of Brig-Gen. David G. Swaim, judge advocate general, U.S.A.
Henry D. Cruger vs. George Douglas & William Douglas, trustees of Mrs. Harriet D. Cruger argument of George Wood, Esq., for complainant, 17th and 18th October, 1844.
Investigation of the Air Service hearings before the Committee on Rules, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session : February 16 and 20, 1924.
The Palmas, Henry Dalgarno, claimant, appellant, v. American Sugar Refining Company, libellant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts, from the final decree (Brown, J.), June 6, 1900, record.
Argument of William Curtis Noyes, Esq., on the trial of Hon. Frederick A. Tallmadge, general superintendent of Metropolitan Police, before the Board of Commissioners of Police
Arguments during the impeachment trial of Governor William Sulzer
Arguments of the judge-advocate and of Mr. R.T. Merrick, private counsel for Gen. Hazen, in the Stanley trial
Argument on behalf of the American Tract Society in the matter of the legacies of Luman Pease and Elnathan Jones
Arguments of Scott Lord, counsel for contestant in support of motion to compel executions to advance to contestant not less than twenty thousand dollars and of Henry L. Clinton counsel for executors and proponents, opposing such motion, before Hon. Delano C. Calvin, surrogate of the county of New York with his decision.
Dawkins versus Rokeby, dishonest army-administration
Death cell scenes, or, Notes, sketches and momorandums of the last sixteen days and last night of Henry Leander Foote together with an account of his execution for the murder of Emily H. Cooper : also that of James McCaffrey, for the murder of Ann Smith, who were executed at the same time in the county jail of New Haven, Connecticut, on Wednesday, October 2, 1850 /
Information for Benjamin Glover, Michael Wainhouse, and George Scott, assignees, under the commission of bankruptcy awarded against Bedford and Son, late merchants in Leeds, and John Wright, writer in Edinburgh, their attorney, against Robert Vazie of Hexham, in the county of Northumberland, and George Jeffrey, writer in Edinburgh, his attorney
Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee on the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States
David L. Yulee vs. Francis Vose points for complainant on motion for injunction.
Decision of the Court of Chancery of the state of New Jersey, in a cause between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant, and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants also, the opinion of the Supreme Court of the state of New York, in a cause in which James Field was plaintiff, and Charles Field, defendant.
David Stewart, respondent vs. Collis P. Huntington, appellant, impleaded with others
The Geneva award Insurance claims and especially the claims of mutual insurance companies /
Information for John Porteous, late captain lieutenant of the city guard of Edinburgh, against His Majesty's advocate
Increased work and productive efficiency of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, 1890-1913
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Interstate Commerce Commission, petitioner, v. Milton H. Smith, respondent brief for the Interstate Commerce Commission : subject: power of commission to inquire into expenditure of funds of interstate carriers.
Interesting particulars of John Robinson, farmer of Mickleby, near Whitley, who was convicted at the York Assizes, of the wilful murder of Susannah Wilson, hs [i.e. his] late servant
Argument of Wm. Curtis Noyes, Esq., in behalf of the plaintiffs, in the Supreme Court, before Hon. William H. Leonard in the case of the trustees of the Sailor's Snug Harbor against James Kerr and others (being the Gridiron Railroad case.) : November 2, 1860.
Argument of William H. Seward, in the Albany bridge case before the United States Circuit Court held at the city of New York in September, 1858
In the Supreme Court of the state of Missouri, division no. 2, October term, 1916, Arthur R. Deacon and Arthur W. Lambert, trustees under the will of Lily Lambert, deceased, Mercantile Trust Company, curator of James T. Walker, a minor ; James T. Walker, a minor, respondents ...
In the Supreme Court of United States, Franz A. Muller, George Vanderkors and Edward C.B. Danielzoon, appellants, vs. David Dows, Frederic S. Winston and Calvin F. Burnes, trustees, etc., the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Company, appellees, Argument on behalf of appellants statement of the case.
Articles exhibited by the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled in the name of themselves and of all the Commons of Great Britain, against Thomas Earl of Macclesfield, in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors
Arguments of the Hon. Edward Stanly, of counsel for the receiver and T.W. Park, Esq., of counsel for Alvin Adams, with the charge of the court, at the trial of Alfred A. Cohen on a charge of embezzlement in the case of Adams & Co., by H.M. Naglee, receiver, versus Alfred A. Cohen, in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the state of California, Hon. John S. Hager, presiding, March, 1856
Arguments and judgment of the Mayor's Court of the city of New-York, in a cause between Elizabeth Rutgers and Joshua Waddington
Arthur E. Morgan, plaintiff-appellant, v. Tennessee Valley Authority, et al., defendant-respondent brief for respondent /
Defence, in complete refutation of the charges preferred by Lieut.-Col. Joseph Rogers, commandant of West Mendip Regiment of Local Militia against the adjutant of that corps as also an abstract of the evidence adduced before the court of inquiry convened at the head-quarters in Wells : together with the whole of the correspondence connected therewith and every other important document relative thereto : dedicated to Lieut.-Col. Phillott and the officers of that regiment to the adjutants of every other local regiment of Militia in the kingdom and to the public in general.
Arguments for the prosecution at the trial of Hiram C. Whitley, Richard Harrington, and Arthur B. Williams for conspiracy in the Criminal Court of the District of Columbia, November 16, 23, 24, 25, 1874
Aristides Doggett, receiver, &c., appellant, vs. the Florida Railroad Company appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Florida.
Arguments of counsel in the Court of Appeals of the state of New York upon the power of Congress to make United States Treasury notes a legal tender
Het proces Dreyfus getoetst aan wet en recht
In the District Court of the United States, for the Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, in equity, no. 112, Horatio C. Creith, plaintiff, vs. Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company, defendant answer of Horatio C. Creith, to the petition of Edwin G. Merrill, R. Walter Leigh, A.V. Morton and Roberts Walker, Bondholders' Protective Committee.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1871, Hibernia Armstrong, appellant, vs. the United States, No. 492 appeal from the Court of Claims, brief for the United States.
[Irish trials, 1793-1804]
Isaac Newton, respondent, against James R. Burtis, appellant points on part of defendant.
Jacob Abrams et al., plaintiffs-in-error, vs. the United States, in error to the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York
Investigation of Burton K. Wheeler letter from Attorney General transmitting a response to Senate resolution no. 171, of March 25, 1926, requesting certain information relative to expenses incurred in connection with the investigation of alleged offenses by Senator Burton K. Wheeler.
Arguments of Messrs. Whipple and Webster in the case of Martin Luther, plaintiff in error, versus Luther M. Borden and others in the Supreme Court of the United States, January term, 1848
Aristides Doggett, receiver, vs. the Florida Railroad Company supplemental brief on the part of appellant.
Arguments of Charles Theodore Russell, Jr., Esq., counsel for the respondents and Arthur T. Johnson, Esq., and Gen. Edgar R. Champlin, counsel for the petitioners, in the contested election case of Isaac P. Hutchinson and Harry O. Alexander v. James H. Doyle and Richard J. Hayes before the committee on elections on the part of the House
Arguments of Hon. Seth L. Larrabee and Hon. Samuel C. Darling counsel for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in the Chandler will case before Hon. Charles P. Mattocks, judge of Probate at Portland, Maine, April 14th and 16th, 1904
Arguments and decisions in remarkable cases before the High Court of Justiciary, and other supreme courts, in Scotland /
Aristides Doggett, receiver, vs. the Atlantic, Gulf and West India Transit Company bill of complaint, filed 1879.
Arthur E. Morgan, plaintiff-appellant, v. Tennessee Valley Authority, et al., defendant-respondent brief for appellant /
In the Supreme Court of Arkansas, Arkansas Cotton Growers Cooperative Association, appellant, v. R.E. Brown, appellee appeal from Pulaski Chancery Court : appellant's brief.
In the Supreme Court of the state of Missouri, division number 2, October term, 1916, Arthur R. Deacon and Arthur W. Lambert, trustees under the will of Lily Lambert, deceased, James T. Walker, a minor, and Mercantile Trust Company, curator of James T. Walker, a minor, respondents ...
Arguments on behalf of the commonwealth and defense in the trial of Caleb Powers, (late secretary of state of Kentucky) as an accessory before the fact to the murder of William Goebel (late governor of Kentucky) before Hon. James A. Cantrell, judge, and a jury at Georgetown, Ky., July 9th-August 20, 1900
Argument in the case Rhode-Island against Massachusetts
The Four important trials at Kingston Assizes, April 5, 1816 I. Eliz. Miller, for poisoning the children at Kennington : II. J. Brookes, for shooting E. Thompson, in Lombard Street : III. R. Russell, for the murder of his own father : with a preface, containing thirteen questions to Isaac Espinasse, Esq., counsel against Elizabeth Miller, respecting Mr. Turner, the prosecutor of Elizabeth Fenning.
Illinois Central Railroad Company, appellant, vs. Wirt Adams, state revenue agent, et al appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of Mississippi : brief for appellant.
House resolution no. 234 to inquire into and concerning the official conduct of Emory Speer, U.S. district judge for the Southern District of Georgia statement and reply of Judge Emory Speer.
Illinois Central Railroad Company, complainant, versus Henry M. Bosworth, et al., defendants brief on motion for preliminary injunction and on demurrer.
Impeachment of Charles Swayne, United States district judge for the Northern District of Florida concluding argument for the managers on the part of the House of Representatives, made by Manager David A. De Armond, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, Saturday, February 25, 1905.
Robert D. Silliman agst., the Hudson River Bridge Company, at Albany, Messrs. W.A. Beach & Reverdy Johnson for the comp'ts : Frederick W. Coleman agt., the same defendant, Messrs John H. Reynolds, Nicholas Hill, Jr., Wm. H. Seward, & J.V.L. Pruyn for the def'ts
Speech of Hon. Charles E. Phelps, of Maryland, in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868
I.P. & R.G. Hazard vs. Henry A. Hidden record, testimony, &c.
Hurtt court-martial letter from the Secretary of War, relative to the case of Captain Hurtt, A.Q.M., U.S.V., &c.
Illinois Central and other railroad companies, appellants, vs. Samuel N. Turrill, nos. 140-144
Attorney-general ex relatione v. the rector and churchwardens of Trinity Church, et al
Authentic trial at large of Marie Antoinette, late Queen of France before the Revolutionary Tribunal at Paris, on Tuesday, October 15, 1793, on a charge of having been accessary [sic] to and having co-operated in divers manجuvres against the liberties of France, entertained a correspondence with the enemies of the Republic and participated in a plot tending to kindle civil war in the interior of the Republic by arming citizens against each other : to which are prefixed, her life and a verbal copy of her private examination to her public trial : with a supplement, containing the particulars of her execution.
Bagasse furnace suit, compilation of testimony letters and other documentary evidence pertaining to the suit
The Old South Society in Boston vs. Uriel H. Crocker et als.
Authentick extract of the proceedings in the trial of Capt. John Porteous laid before the House by the Duke of Newcastle, March the 3d, 1736.
Authentic copy of the proceedings of a general court martial held at the Horse Guards, on Friday the 26th of June, 1789, and continued by adjournment to Monday the 29th of the same month, on Hugh Debbieg, Esquire, one of the colonels of the Corps of Engineers, on two charges exhibited by His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, &c.
Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull
Opinion of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in the Third Circuit, delievered by Judge Baldwin Chalkley Atkinson vs. John Savage, president, Simon Gratz and others, citizens of Pennsylvania and Edmund Carlis and Jesse Oakley, citizens of New York, directors of an incorporated company called the Philadelphia and Trenton Rail Road Company : Timothy Field vs. the same defendants.
Remarks of Hon. James A. Johnson, of California, in the House of Representatives, February 21, 1868
In the Court of Civil Appeals of the State of Texas, for the First Supreme Judicial District, at Galveston, Houston and Texas Central Railroad Company, appellant, versus Carrie W. Eckert, appellee appealed from District Court of Harris County : argument for appellant /
An opinion, Illinois vs. Illinois Central Railroad Company
Investigation of the wonderful charge made against Daniel Burtnett (the wealthy butcher) of incest on his daughters held before Justice Osborn of the Police Court, city of New York.
Investigation of the Police department of the city of New York proceedings from June 29 to October 18, 1894.
In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Isaac Rowell, vs. Wm. S. Moss brief on behalf of appellant.
Investigation of Hon. Harry M. Daugherty, formerly attorney general of the United States hearings before the Select Committee on Investigation of the Attorney General, United States, Senate, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session pursuant to S. Res. 157, directing a committee to investigate the failure of the attorney general to prosecute or defend certain criminal and civil actions, wherein the government is interested.
To the Honourable the judges of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern district of Florida, J. Fred. Schutte, Jan Prins, Adrianus Prins, Heinrich Ulrici, Ellias Fuld, J. Borzo, H. Van Booven, Dr. Nicholas Jacobden Tex, H.J. Brunnekruff, J.H. Grem, Willenmier Van Tyer Van Taer, C. Both, L.L. Wertheim, Wysman de Voogt, T.P. Roelopz, Jan Tichelaar, Jr., Jacobus Wertheim, P. Van Reysen, Mey de Benedithy Beer, Gerard A. Heineken, T. Colom, Charles Gosewinckel, Boon Hartsink Van Tyen, N.J. Franket, Johannes Willem Donk, Vander Stoop & Berg, who are aliens and subjects of the king of the Netherlands, bring this their bill of complaint in their own behalf and in behalf of such persons having like claims, who may come in and be made parties plaintiffs herein and contribute to the expenses thereof against the Western Division of the Western North Carolina Railway Company, a corporation created by and existing under the laws of the said state and a citizen thereof, the Jacksonville, Pansacola and Mobile Railroad Company, the Florida Central Railroad Company, corporations created by and existing under the laws of the state of Florida and citizens thereof, Edward Lewis, Patrick Houstoun, Robert H. Gamble, Charles E. Dyke, Sr., Edward M. L'Engle, Robert Walker, Calyton A. Cowgill, George W. Betton, directors in said last mentioned corporation and who are citizens of the state of Florida, James M. Baker, George R. Foster, W.J. Lawton, Milton S. Littlefield, N.K. Sawyer, J.C. L'Engle, Edward M. L'Engle, Charles B. Fenwick, who are citizens of the state of Florida, and Joseph B. Stewart, who is a citizen of the state of New York, claiming to the directors in said Florida Central Railroad Company, Francis Vose, who is a citizen of the state of New York, M.K. Jessup & Co., who are citizen of the same state, Chandler H. Smith, S.A. Smith, Sr., Smith Simkins, B.C. Lewis, D. Griffith Ambler, W.J. Hines, trustee, Mrs. A.F. Finalyson, James G. Gibbs, who are citizens of the state of Florida, Edward C. Anderson, James Hunter, E. Waitzfeller, John M. Guerard, John C. Falligant, Lewis F. Nicoll, George Robertson, J.A. Hunnicutt, who are citizens of the state of Georgia the Peoples' Bank, a corporation created by and existing under the laws of the state of South Carolnia and a citizen of the said state, William McBurney, Winthrop B. Williams, who are citizens of the state of South Carolina : George F. Drew, governor of the state of Florida, Walter Gywnn, treasurer, Columbus Drew, comptroller George F. Drew, governor which officers are trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and herein sued as such Milton S. Littlefield in his own right, Robert J. Washington, who is a citizen of the state of Virginia.
J. Fred Schutte, et al., versus Western Division West. N.C.R.R. Co., et als. answer of the trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida.
Speech of Hon. Joseph M. Blake, upon the report of the case Ives versus Hazard, made by Chief Justice Samuel Ames, state reporter
J. & P. Coats vs. Merrick Thread Co., et al., in equity
In the United States Circuit Court, for the Northern District of Florida, J. Fred. Schutte et al., vs. the Florida Central Railroad Company et al.
In the Court of Appeals, John A.C. Gray, plaintiff-appellant, against the Manhattan Railway Company, the New York Elevated Railroad Company, and the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, defendants-respondents, no. 138 supplemental brief for respondents.
In the Supreme Court, United States, No. 702, October term, A.D. 1875, Isaac Taylor, collector of Peoria County, et al., appellants vs. James F. Secor and William Tracy, appellees brief for appellees.
Jacob Barker's letters, developing the conspiracy formed in 1826, for his ruin
In the Supreme Court of the state of Nebraska, E.D. Pochin, appellant, vs. Frank Knoebel, appellee reply brief of appellant.
Isaac Taylor, collector Peoria County, et al., vs. James F. Secor, William Tracy, et al. petition of appellees for a re-hearing.
In the United States Circuit Court, Northern District of Florida, Fifth Judicial Circuit, J. Fred. Schutte, Jan Prins, Adrianus Prins, et al., vs. the Western Division of the Western North Carolina Railroad Company, the Florida Central Railroad Company, et al., in equity petition for the appointment of a recover over the Florida Central Railroad, &c.
Introduction, this book contains a full and authentic account of the proceedings of the Great Tilak trial which was held at the third criminal sessions of the Bombay High Court, from the 13th to the 22nd July 1908
Isaac Taylor, collector of Peoria County, et al., appellants vs. James F. Secor and William Tracey appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois.
James L. Mitchell vs. Cassius H. Read testimony and plaintiff's exhibits.
[James McGregor Jun. v. Geo. D. Gardner, et al in the Supreme Court of Iowa, petition in nature of a bill of review and supplemental bill].
James D. Fessenden, as ancillary administrator, etc., plaintiff and respondent, against Alvah P. Blanchard, et als., defendants and appellants second department : brief for respondent on appeal to general term from order denying motion for security for costs.
James Bruce Carstairs of Kinross, Esq., appellant, Miss. Anne Bruce of Arnott, respondent, et ̈ contra the case of the appellant in the original and respondent in the cross appeal.
James McDonough, plaintiff-respondent, against the James Reilly Repair and Supply Company, defendant-appellant case on appeal.
James P. Kernochan against the New York Elevated R.R. Co.
Jacob Gardner et al., plaintiffs in error, against Ebenezer Wormouth, defendant in error notice of submission of motions to dismiss and affirm, etc.
Memoranda, chiefly references to the record James MacGregor, Jun., vs. Alexander MacGregor et al.
In N.Y. Court of Appeals, James Horner, Edmund F. Grant and James Ludlum, respondents against Cortland Wood & John C. Lyman, appellants first suit of this title : the same respondents against the same appellants : the second suit of this title.
Jacob Weller, plaintiff in error, vs. the state of Ohio, defendant in error error to the Circuit Court of Hamilton County, O. : record.
The Robertson court martial authentic report of the trial (by court martial) of Captain A.M. Robertson, fourth (Royal Irish) Dragoon guards, held at the Royal Barracks, Dublin, on the 6th of February, 1862, and following days.
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, December term, 1866, James MacGregor, Jr., plaintiff and appellee, against George D. Gardner and Ann G. MacGregor, appellants condensed copy of the opinion of the court, filed December 13th, 1866.
James MacGregor, Jr., v. Ann G. MacGregor and George D. Gardner petition in equity.
Complaint, James D. Westcott, Jr., plaintiff, in behalf of himself and others vs. Trustees Internal Im. Fund, Jacksonville, Pensacola & Mobile R.R. Co., et al., defendants
James Foster and Pleasants Elam, vs. David Neilson, petitioners and appellants, argument for the defendant, respondent and appellee appeal from the District Court of Louisiana.
Jacob M'Ghinness, or, A memoir of the extraordinary life and wonderful conversion of an infidel, atheistical reformer, who was executed at Chester, on April 15th, 1820, for shooting Mr. Birch of Stockport
In Supreme Court of Iowa, April term, 1862, James MacGregor, Jr., appellee, vs. George D. Gardner, et al., appellants appeal from decree rendered May term, 1861, District court of Dubuque County : James M. McKinlay for plaintiff and apellee.
James Monroe and Elizabeth Mary, his wife William Grayson and Jacob Crowninshield, appellants vs. George Douglas, respondent
James Crooks vs. the United States
August F. Grimm, and others, suing on behalf of themselves and all other stockholders of the New York Butcher's Dressed Meat Company, plaintiffs, against the New York Butcher's Dressed Meat Company, and others, defendants demurrer book.
Foreclosure of Utah southern extension mortgage of Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern Ry. Co. in the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Utah : James M. Ham, et al., trustees, complainants, vs. the Oregon Short Line & Utah Northern Railway Co., et al., defendants : record of proceedings in said court.
Jacob Weller, plaintiff in error, vs. the state of Ohio, defendant in error reply to brief for defendant in error.
James G. Richardson, complainant, v. D.M. Osborne & Company et al., defendants defendants' record.
In the Court of Errors, Jaques, appellant, the Methodist Episcopal Church, of the city of New York, and others, respondents
[Jaques & Jaques v. Methodist Episcopal Church in the city of New York] [chancellor's opinion]
Jacob Weller, plaintiff in error, vs. the state of Ohio, defendant in error brief for defendant in error.
In the District Court of Dubuque County, Iowa, November, 1860, James MacGregor, Jun., v. George D. Gardner, et al.
James Horner, Edmund F. Grant, & James Ludlum against Cortland Wood and John C. Lyman
James Nesmith, Henry E. Nesmith, and James I. Nesmith against the Atlantic Fire Insurance Company
James Monroe and Elizabeth Mary, his wife William Grayson and Jacob Crowninshield vs. George Douglas
Before the Honorable Alien Property Custodian and the Honorable, the Attorney General of the United States in re claim of Emilie Bek, no. 11,034 under section 9 of the "Trading with the Enemy Act" : brief of law and facts.
Important and interesting trial of Mortimer J. Smith on an indictment for libel on Miss Emma Williams for having connected her name with the separation of David Groesbeck, (the New York Wall Street broker), from his wife : in the Albany County Court of Sessions, Dec. 16, 1847 : the evidence for the defence and the verdict of the jury as given, is herein contained : to which is added the bill of complaint by Mary W. Groesbeck against David Groesbeck for repeated acts of adultery and the decree of the court adjudging a separation and divorce : also, the testimony in the case before the referee appointed by the court to hear and decide upon merits of same.
In equity, Charles Goodyear against Horace H. Day plaintiff's proofs.
Speech of Hon. William Loughridge, of Iowa, in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868
In Chancery, the estate of William French and Francis J. Greenway, represented by John Ricord, agent of the court vs. Richard Charlton and Henry Skinner case of specific performance of a contract of sale.
Impeachment trial for breach of Parliamentary privilege argument of J.J. Noah, Esq., of counsel for the state, in the impeachment trial of Thomas N. Frazier, judge of the Criminal Court of Davidson County, state of Tennessee, before the Senate, at the Capitol, in Nashville.
In Dow vs. Railroad extracts from arguments of plaintiff's counsel in New Jersey case.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 316, January term, 1935, in re Herbert W. Salus, appellant brief for appellee : appeal from the decree of disbarment entered in the Court of Common Pleas no. 3 of Philadelphia County as of December term, 1934, no. 7624.
In re Thaw being the demand of the acting Governor of New York upon the Governor of New Hampshire for the extradition of Harry K. Thaw : the brief in behalf of Harry K. Thaw, submitted to the Governor of New Hampshire, October 4, 1913 /
In the Supreme Court of Iowa, October, 1866, James MacGregor, Junior, appellee, v. Ann G. MacGregor & George D. Gardner, appellants
Before His Excellency, Charles Edison, governor of the state of New Jersey, in the matter of the investigation of the Hudson County Board of Taxation and into the conduct of Patrick A. Monahan, George Scheetz, John Rotherham, Alexander Sullivan, and Harry E. Bischoff, the members thereof brief of City Affairs Committee.
Bate Co., vs. Sulzberger for the plaintiff.
The Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., complainants, vs. John Crosby Brown, et al. memorandum of facts, with reference to the proofs submitted on behalf of the Executors of James Brown, deceased.
Before the Federal Power Commission, in the matter of the application of the Niagara Falls Power Company on April 23, 1936, renewing application filed February 24, 1928, for amendment of license issued to said company March 2, 1921, as amended for project number 16 on the Niagara River so as to include therein authority to divert an additional 275 cubic feet of water per second through said project brief of the state of New York on the question of Jurisdiction of the Federal Power Commission /
[Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., against John Crosby Brown, et al.]
Alanson W. Beard, collector of customs for the Revenue District of Boston and Charlestown, plaintiff in error, vs. James W. Newell, doing business as page, Newell and Company in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts.
In the Privy Council, 1861, Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, council chamber, Whitehall, 2nd August, 1861, Coram the Right Honorable Lord Kingsdown, the Right Honorable Sir Edward Ryan, the Right Honorable Master of the Rolls, on appeal from the Court of Queen's Bench, Lower Canada, between the Bank of Montreal, defendant in the court below appellant and Eleonore Jane Simpson & vir, plaintiffs in the courts below respondents
John A. Williamson, R.W. Nelson, and the Central Railway & Bridge Co., appellants, vs. Louis Krohn, appellee appeal from the United States Circuit Court for the district of Kentucky at Covington, record.
James R. Everall and George Everall, landlords and respondents, against Neils P. Lassen, tenant and appellant respondents' brief and points on appeal.
Smith & McKinlay for plaintiff, Jas. MacGregor, Jr., v. Alex. MacGregor, et al
Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Dolly, Thomas Smith, master an appeal from Bermuda, appendix.
In the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, January term, 1939 special calendar, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association, a national banking association, appellant, v. William O. Douglas, George C. Matthews, Robert E. Healy, Jerome N. Frank, Francis P. Brassor and Henry Fitts, appellees on appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Columbia : reply brief for the appellant, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association, a National Banking Association.
Before the Board of Arbitration, arbitration between the Western Railroads and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, pursuant to arbitration agreement dated August 3, 1914, under the Act of Congress approved July 15, 1913
Basic statistical and derivative tables
Before the Department of the Interior, Ben McLendon, et al., v. Rancho Lomas De Santiago, James Irvine and Irvine Company in re grant to and patent for certain lands in Orange County, California, designated and known as Rancho Lomas De Santiago : reply to brief for respondent /
Banque Franco-Egyptienne and others, complainants, against John Crosby Brown and others, defendants
Before the Public Utilities Commission of the district of Columbia, in the matter of telephone rates of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company memorandum brief on behalf of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company /
Before the Council of Conciliation in the Cloak and Suit Industry appointed by Hon. John Purroy Mitchel, mayor of the city of New York, July, 1915 : statement in behalf of International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and Joint Board of Cloak and Skirt Makers' Unions.
Bank v. Wooster brief for the defendant.
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, against Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees brief for appellees.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, Southern District of New York, Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., vs. John Crosby Brown, et al. brief for the complainants.
At the Supreme Judicial Court, May term, 1810, in Cumberland present Hon. Theophilus Parson, chief justice ... Thomas Barnes versus the inhabitants of the First Parish in Falmouth
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, vs. Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees argument of C.E. Mitchell, for appellant.
The Attorney-general v. Gould, and others, in the Roll's Court, trinity term, May 28, 1860
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, vs. Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees brief for appellees.
In the High court of justice Chancery Division, before Mr. Justice Chitty Barlow and Jones Limited v. Jabez Johnson, Son, Allsop & Co. seven days' trial, February 13th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, and 27th, 1890 /
Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., against John Crosby Brown, Jesse Seligman, the New York, Boston and Montreal Railway Co., et al. brief for defendants John Crosby Brown and Jesse Seligman, on final hearing.
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant, against Ferdinand Sulzberger, et al., defendants no. 687, observations upon the brief submitted by Mr. Aldrich.
[Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., against John Crosby Brown, et al. continuation of direct-examination of James P. Lowrey]
Bate Refrigerating Company, complainant and appellant, against Ferdinand Sulzberger et al., defendants and appellees brief for Milo G. Kellogg.
Interference Sidney M. Stevens vs. Henry W. Putnam wire barbing machines : appeals of S.M. Stevens, argument of B.F. Thurston on behalf of Henry W. Putnam of final hearing /
Before Hon. Alexander W. Bradford, surrogate in the matter of proving the will of Henry Parish, deceased testimony and exhibits.
Bate Refrigerating Co., vs. Sulzberger et al. memorandum for the Bate Co., as to some matters in appellees' brief.
Bank of United States vs. January adjourned question from the Seventh Circuit, Kentucky District.
Before the Special Committee of the House of Assembly of the state of New Jersey, appointed pursuant to the resolution intitles "A resolution appointing a Special Committee to inquire into certain alleged corrupt conduct, crimes and misdemeanors of civil officers of the state of New Jersey," adopted March 19, 1934 brief in behalf of William B. Harley on the construction and application of the provisions of the constitution of the state of New Jersey relating to the subject of impeachment /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, between Cornelius Vanderbilt, plaintiff in error, and John R. Livingston, defendant in error case on the part of the plaintiff in error.
Edward C. Berg vs. the Narragansett Steamship Co.
In the House of Lords, on appeal from Her Majesty's Court for divorce and matrimonial causes, between Emma Bowles Milford, appellant and Alfred Milford, respondent the case of the respondent, Alfred Milford.
Oliver Beirne and John Burnside, appellants, vs. Claudius Dord, respondent respondent's points.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company to intervene : brief of Berwind-White Coal Mining Company on final hearing against the petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company.
Eli Macgowan, plaintiff-respondent, against James C. Duff, defendant-appellant points for respondent.
District of Columbia minimum wage cases Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1922, no. 795 and no. 796, Jesse C. Adkins, et al., constituting the Minimum Wage Board of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. the Children's Hospital of the District of Columbia, a corporation : Jesse C. Adkins, et al., constituting the Minimum Wage Board of the District of Columbia, appellants, vs. Willie A. Lyons : brief for appellants.
In the Privy Council, on appeal from the Special Court of Swaziland, between Sobhuza II, appellant, and Miller and others, respondents case for the appellant.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, et als. in equity, no. 625, consolidated cause : memorandum on behalf of W. & J. Sloane in opposition to application of American Trust Company for a decree of foreclosure and sale.
Before the Department of the Interior, Ben McLendon, et al., vs. Rancho Lomas de Santiago and James Irvine, in re grant to and patent for certain lands located in Orange County, California, designated and known as the Rancho Lomas de Santiago petition.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company vs. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of John Wanamaker--New York to intervene : pleadings and proof.
Edward C. Berg, pl'ff and resp't, against the Narragansett Steamship Company, def't and app't respondent's points.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company to intervene : supplemental brief for American Trust Company.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Co., American Trust Co., vs. Metropolitan S.S. Co. petition of the W. & A. Fletcher Co., intervenor : opinion of the court, Decr., 26, 1908.
The Ben Avon case a reprint of a series of decisions in the case of Ben Avon Borough et al., v. Ohio Valley Water Company, including an opinion by the Supreme Court of the United States, having a most important bearing on the rights of investors in public utility enterprises.
Berwind-White Coal Mining Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company, American Trust Company v. Metropolitan Steamship Company petition of W. & A. Fletcher Company to intervene : brief for American Trust Company.
Bernard Reilly, late sheriff, &c., against Emanuel Rau and Henry Buhler case on appeal.
Bernard Reilly, sheriff of the city and county of New York, respondent, against James A. Coleman, impleaded &c., appellant case on appeal from judgement of the Marine Court.
Bethuel G. Handy, et al., libellants, appellants, v. Charles C. Adams, claimant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts, from final decree (Nelson, J.), July 9, 1896 : record.
Edward H. Coffin and Kate C. Raymond as executrix under the last will of Catherine S. Husted, deceased, libellants and appellees, vs. the steam towboat "Osceola," her engines, &c., Patrick Ronan, claimant and appellant apostles.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, Edith K. Roosevelt and Emily T. Carow, plaintiffs and respondents, against the New York Elevated Railroad Company, and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Effect of certain designated wage increases to Locomotive Engineers and Firemen upon operating revenues and expenses and accumulated surpluses of Western railroads
In the House of Lords, Edward Ommanney of Bloomsbury-Square in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, and John Page of Great Russel-Street Bloomsbury, in the said county, Esquire, surviving trustees and executors of the deceased Sir Charles Douglas baronet, rear admiral of the Blue, and James Baillie of Culterallers Esquire, for himself and as attorney for the said trustees, appellants, Mrs. Lydia Mariana Douglas, eldest daughter of the said deceased Sir Charles Douglas, now wife to Mr. Richard Bingham, of Gosport in the county of Southampton, clerk, and the said Mr. Richard Bingham for his interest and their attorney, respondents the appellants' case.
In the Court of Appeals, district of Columbia, October term, 1926, no. 4462, Edward L. Doheny and Albert B. Fall, appellants, vs. United States, appellee brief of appellant, Edward L. Doheny.
Edison Electric Light Company and the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of New York vs. Robert Goelet, Ogden Goelet, Robert Stafford and Harry P. Whitaker points in opposition to motion to punish defendants Stafford and Whittaker for contempt.
In the House of Lords, Edward Ommanney of Bloomsbury-Square in the county of Middlesex, Esquire, and John Page of Great Russel-Street Bloomsbury, in the said county, Esquire, surviving trustees and executors of the deceased Sir Charles Douglas baronet, rear admiral of the Blue, and James Baillie of Culterallers Esquire, for himself and as attorney for the said trustees, appellants, Mrs. Lydia Mariana Douglas, eldest daughter of Sir Charles Douglas, baronet, now spouse of Mr. Richard Bingham, of Gosport in the county of Southampton, son of the Reverend Mr. Isaac Moody Bingham, the said Richard Bingham for himself and his interest and George Johnston writer to the Signet, attorney for the said Mrs. Lydia Mariana Douglas and her said husband, respondents the respondents' case.
Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States evidence for claimants, (transferred from Department case no. 16)
Eden versus Whistler the baronet & the butterfly, a valentine with a verdict.
In the Court of Claims of the United States, Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States, no. 20728 defendant's brief and requests for findings of fact.
Eddy will case, points against validity of residuary clause
Edward S. Stokes, plaintiff in error, vs. the people, &c., defendants in error brief of observations on the effect of confessed errors in the charge of Justice Boardman /
Edward Kemp, and others individually and as surviving executors, &c., against Arthur Tryon Kemp, and others as executors, &c., and others before Fitzgerald, J., April, 1901 : separate brief for plaintiffs, (in which counsel for the three children, Arthur Tryon Kemp, Marion Morgan Kemp and Juliet Augusta Tyng join) : on questions of construction under Mrs. Kemp's will.
Edward S. Stokes, plaintiff in error, against the people of the state of the New York, defendants in error error book.
Edwin Tanner, defendant in error, vs. Emily Stine, plaintiff in error brief by F.A. Dick, attorney, for Edwin Tanner.
John G. Ryan v. John J. Hayes, et al respondents' brief.
Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States record of court of inquiry.
Eli Macgowan, plaintiff and respondent, against James C. Duff, defendant and appellant appellant's points.
Edison Electric Light Company and the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of New York against Robert Stafford and Harry P. Whittaker, impleaded with others brief for complainant.
Charles Eugene Eghant, respondent, against Solomon Jenner, appellant, case
El gobierno nacional y la Compañía del Ferrocarril de Bol̕var (the Barranquilla Railway & Pier Co., Ltd.) sentencia definitiva de la Corte Suprema de Justicia favorable á la compañia.
Edwin Pope, et al., v. the United States evidence for defendants.
Edward Brightman, Esq., versus Henry Probatt, Esq. for criminal conversation with plaintiff's wife : at the sittings after the second term, Supreme CourtاCalcutta, on the 6th April, 1818 : damages laid 50,000rs., verdictا8000rs.
England's black tribunal set forth in the tryal [i.e., trial] of King Charles I, by the pretended High Court of Justice in Westminster-Hall, Jan. 20, 1648 : together with His Majesties speech on the scaffold erected at White-Hall-Gate, Tuesday Jan. 30, 1648.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1900, no. 92 Elliott H. Phelps and Luther W. Bodman, plaintiffs in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa, defendant in error : error to Circuit Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit : brief and argument for plaintiffs in error.
Evidence (after discovered) in support of appeal for re-hearing, in case of Gen. Fitz John Porter
Episcopal House of bishops to oust Brown for heresy
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1900, no. 342, Elliott H. Phelps and Luther W. Bodman, plaintiffs in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa, defendant in error error to Circuit Court of Appeals, seventh circuit : brief and argument for defendant in error.
Eugene Aram, his life and trial
Emily O. Butler and others, plaintiffs, against Andrew H. Green and others, executors, &c., defendants brief for the executors, other than William Ogden Wheeler.
Evidence and cross-examination of William D. Haywood in the case of the U.S.A. vs. Wm. D. Haywood et al.
Emily O. Butler and Welcome G. Hitchcock, plaintiffs, against the village of White Plains brief on behalf of plaintiffs.
In the Court of Common Pleas no. 4, of Philadelphia County, September term, 1892, no. 954, in equity, Elizabeth D. Gillespie, administratrix d.b.n.c.t.a. of the estates of Benjamin Franklin and Richard Bache vs. the city of Philadelphia, the Board of city trusts, Edwin S. Stuart, et al. argument sur demurrer : brief of argument on behalf of plaintiff.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 16, July term, 1891, estate of Benjamin Franklin, deceased appeal of Elizabeth D. Gillespie and Albert D. Bache from decree of Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County : appellant's reply to appellee's paper-book.
In the Privy Council, no. 51 of 1906, on appeal from the Supreme Court of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, between the Standard Bank of South Africa, Limited, appellants and Benjamin Godlieb Heydenrych, respondent case of the appellants.
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D. Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, September 28th, 1925, to members of the House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Bishop Brown's case a speech by Joseph W. Sharts attorney at law Dayton, Ohio
In the District Court of the United States Northern District of Ohio, Eastern division, Erie Malleable Iron Company, a corporation, a citizen of the state of Pennsylvania, vs. the Standard Parts Company, a corporation, a citizen of the state of Ohio certified copy of order appointing receivers.
Ellenborough divorce report, &c., &c.
High Court, ordinary original civil jurisdiction, 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th March and 4th, 5th and 27th April, 1866, (before the Hon'ble Justice Phear), Emile Charles Robert, Joseph Alexander Charriol and Jacques Alfred Lemettais versus Jules Barthelemy Lombard
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants arguments of Hon. Alfred Lucking and Hon. Alexis C. Angell, for defendants and appellants, Tuesday, April 9, 1918, A.M.
John De Koven and others, as executors &c., plaintiffs, against Fanny Russell Dickey and others, defendants brief on behalf of defendant Fanny Russell Dickey.
In the Court of Appeals, John M. Knox et al., vs. the elevated roads intervener's brief.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, John H.B. Latrobe, v. Henry E. McKee et al., no. 11,248, equity docket 28, Ward H. Lamon et al., v. Henry E. McKee, John H.B. Latrobe, et al., no. 11,238, equity docket 28, Henry E. McKee v. Ellen Cochrane, John H.B. Latrobe, et al., no. 11,262, equity docket 28 brief for John H.B. Latrobe.
John De Koven, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as executors, and Charles D. Dickey, Jr., and Cornelia de Koven Douglas, as trustees of the last will and testament of Hugh T. Dickey, deceased, plaintiffs, vs. Fanny Russell Dickey, Cornelia de Koven Douglas, George William Douglas, husband of Cornelia de Koven Douglas, Louise W. Dickey, Charles D. Dickey, Jr., husband of Louise W. Dickey, Anna D. Tiffany, and Frances de Koven Dickey, George P. Tiffany, as administrator, etc., Elizabeth Dickey and John De Koven, defendants brief on behalf of the defendants Louise W. Dickey and Charles D. Dickey, Jr.
John De Koven and others, as executors, &c., against Fanny Russell Dickey and others referee's opinion.
In the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, no. 11,248, equity docket 28, John H.B. Latrobe, complainant, v. Henry E. McKee et al., defendants
In the Supreme Court of the United States, between John L. Sullivan & others, appellants, and the Fulton Steam-Boat Company, respondents by appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York, in the second circuit : case.
John Graham, respt., agst. Peter Chrystal, applt. applt's points : statement of facts.
Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad v. Boston & Lowell Railroad and Boston & Maine Railroad additional brief for plaintiffs /
Bill (as amended by the committee) intituled an act to deprive Her Majesty Caroline Amelia Elizabeth of the title, prerogatives, rights, privileges, and exemptions of Queen consort of this realm and to dissolve the marriage between His Majesty and the said Caroline Amelia Elizabeth
Bishop William Montgomery Brown, D.D. Brownella Cottage Galion, Ohio, August 3, 1925, to all editors
In the Supreme Court, Blachly, Strong and Simpson, appellees, versus William Matlock & Co., White, Warner & Co., intervenors and appellants appeal from the Fifth District Court of New Orleans /
Henry Louis Bischoffsheim, complainant, v. John Crosby Brown, et al., defendants
Boston Electric Light Company, petitioner, vs. city of Boston, respondent, no. 1701, city of Boston, petitioner, v. Boston Electric Light Company, respondent, no. 914 before Hon. Nathan Matthews, Jr., auditor : brief of petitioner's argument upon law and facts.
Bill of exceptions for the suspender and pursuer in the cause in which John Swan of Whitestonehill is suspender and pursuer and Alexander Blair, Esq., as treasurer and for behoof of the Bank of Scotland is charger and defender
In the Privy Council, no. 99 of 1924, on appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Ontario, between Toronto Electric Commissioners, (plaintiffs) appellants, and Colin G. Snider, J.G. O'Donoghue and F.H. McGuigan, (defendants) respondents, and the Attorney-General of Canada and the Attorney-General of Ontario, intervenants case for the Attorney-General of Canada.
Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad v. Boston & Maine Railroad and Boston & Lowell Railroad Corporation
[The Banque Franco-Egyptienne, et al., vs. John Crosby Brown, et al., defendants' proofs]
In the District Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey, between United States of America, petitioner and United States Steel Corporation and others, defendants statement of the case.
John M. Butler vs. WM. E. Lehman
In the United States Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, in the matter of Mark P. Braffet, applicant, v. State of Utah, protestant, v. Pleasant Valley Coal Company, a corporation, intervenor, contest no. 3655, serial no. 022470
Brand's Lunacy case a full report of this most interesting and extraordinary investigation including copious animadversions on the principal actors in this drama to which are added may other important and highly affecting cases, together with a history of the horrors practised in private mad-houses : and the frightful power delegated to the mad-doctors of the 19th century, with the number of pauper lunatics in England : the Late Lord Chancellor and Mr. Sugen, the author's reply to Counsellor Austen /
Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad vs. Boston & Lowell Railroad
Sarah B. Brush et al., as executors and trustees &c., et al., appellants vs. the Manhattan Railway Company et al respondents points.
In the Court of Appeals, William Lewis Boyle, plaintiff-appellant, against Staten Island and South Beach Land Company, Limited, defendant-respondent
Brief suggestions in the case of General Fitz John Porter
In the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Maryland, Bowling Green Trust Company, complainant, against Western Maryland Rail Road Company, defendant bill of complaint.
[Buckingham, letter submitting printed statement of his case in behalf of the Press of India, addressed to Sir James Mackintosh]
John Crosby Brown and others, executors, plaintiffs, against Sarah Benedict Brown and others, defendants summons and complaint.
Emeline D. Holman v. W.W. Rice, et alii.
Everett W. Adams vs. Union Railroad Company jury trial waived, no. 355 : plaintiff's supplemental brief.
Ellen M. Colton, plaintiff, vs. Leland Stanford, et al., defendants argument of Hall McAllister, counsel for defendants.
Elizabeth Ranney, plaintiff-respondent, vs. the Bowery Savings Bank, defendant-appellant appellant's points : appeal from an order of Mr. Justice M'Carthy, made at special term, denying a motion made by this defendant for a new trial on the ground of newly-discovered evidence.
Circuit Court of the United States, district of Massachusetts, in admiralty. no. 2560. Ellen M. Mitchell, administratrix of William Mitchell, libellant, appellant, v. Steamer "Lorenzo D. Baker", Standard Steam Navigation Company, claimant, appellee record.
Elizabeth Ranney, plaintiff-respondent, against the Bowery Savings Bank, defendant-appellant appellant's brief.
Everett W. Adams vs. Union Railroad Company jury trial waived, no. 355 : plaintiff's brief.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, A.D. 1901, Elliott H. Phelps and Luther W. Bodman, plaintiffs in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa, defendant in error error to the Circuit Court of Appeals, seventh circuit : reply and additional brief on re-argument for plaintiffs in error.
Evidence (taken before the Supreme Court of Judicature of the Presidency of Madras) on the bill intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Henry Peach Keighly a captain in the service of the East India Company on their Madras establishment, and judge advocate general of the army on their said establishment, with Anne his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned"
Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, plaintiffs-in-error, against the United States, defendant-in-error no. 702 : brief on behalf of the plaintiffs-in-error.
Elizabeth Ranney, plaintiff-respondent, against the Bowery Savings Bank, defendant-appellant case on appeal.
In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District, no. 16, July term, 1891, estate of Benjamin Franklin, deceased appeal of Elizabeth D. Gillespie and Albert D. Bache from decree of Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County : Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County, July term, 1890, no. 214.
Between Herbert W. Eustace of Boston, and David B. Ogden of Brookline, both in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Lamont Rowlands of Picayune in the state of Mississippi, as they are trustees under a deed of trust dated January 25, 1898, wherein Mary Baker G. Eddy is the donor, plaintiffs, and Adam H. Dickey, James A. Neal, Edward A. Merritt of said Brookline, and William R. Rathvon of said Boston, as they are trustees under a deed of trust dated September 1, 1892, wherein Mary Baker G. Eddy is donor, and a declaration of trust supplementary thereto and in amendment thereof, dated March 19, 1903, and as they are also directors of the first Church of Christ, scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, and John V. Dittemore and Annie M. Knott, both of said Boston, each claiming to hold the position and office of trustee and director in association with the other defendants, defendants
Exemplified in the discovery of the murder of Daniel Clarke fourteen years after it was perpetrated by Eugene Aram : with the admirable defence he made on his trial : and an affecting letter he wrote to a friend, the night before his execution : on which evening he attempted to make away with himself : to which is added, an account of the horrid murder committed by M'Kinlie, Gidley, Zekerman, and Quinten, on the bodies of Capt. Cochran, Capt. Glass, with his wife and daughter, the mate, his brother, and two boys, on board the Brig Earl of Sandwich.
Ex parte Thomas Henry Cooper, owner and claimant of the British Schooner "W.P. Sayward," and ex parte Sir John Thompson, K.C.M.G., Her Britannic Majesty's Attorney General of Canada brief in reply to brief of attorney general in opposition to the motion for leave to file petition and suggestion for writ of prohibition.
Trial of John Tawell for the murder of Sarah Hart by prussic acid with remarks /
In the United States Circuit Court, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, the Continental Trust Company of New York, surviving trustee, complainant, vs. the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Railroad Company et al., defendants, no. 1205, equity, consolidated suit, Charles Hamlin et al., cross-complainants, vs. the Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Railroad Company et al., defendants, cross-bill
Exposition of the facts and law, in the case of G.G. Westcott, Esq., postmaster at Philadelphia
The argument of Benj. Faneuil Hunt in the case of the arrest of the person claiming to be a British seaman, under the 3d section of the State Act of Dec. 1822, in relation to Negroes, &c., before the Hon. Judge Johnson, circuit judge of the United States, for 6th circuit : ex parte Henry Elkison, claiming to be a subject of His Britannic Majesty, vs. Francis G. Deliesseline, sheriff of Charleston District.
John F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants arguments of Hon. William L. Carpenter for plaintiffs and appellees, and Hon. Alfred Lucking, for defendants and appellants, Friday, April 5, 1918, P.M.
In the Court of Appeals of Maryland, John Glenn, trustee, vs. J.S. Williams & brother brief of John Howard, of counsel for appellant.
In the Supreme Court of Tennessee at Nashville by transfer from Knoxville, September term 1925, John Thomas Scopes, plaintiff in error, vs. state of Tennessee, defendant in error, no. 2. Rhea County criminal docket reply brief and argument for the state of Tennessee.
In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of Michigan, bill in equity, Jonathan W. Nesmith and Th's Nesmith, vs. Thomas C. Sheldon, Horace H. Comstock, David French and others, stockholders of the Detroit City Bank, defendants case submitted October term, 1844, and reserved for the consideration and decision of the Supreme Court of the United States : statement of the case and argument of E.C. Seaman, of counsel for complainants.
John Sedgwick, as assignee, &c., of the Manhattan Engraving Co., petitioner, vs. Charles A. Jackson, respondent petition of review.
John Sedgwick, as assignee, &c., appellee, vs. John L. Phipps, et al., and Barker Place, et al., executors, &c., appellants brief for appellee.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, John Richey, plaintiff, vs. John S. Williams, collector of Internal Revenue, &c., no. 185, on a certificate of division in opinion between the judges of the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana brief for defendant.
John M. Tyler et al., petitioners, John P. Squire et al., respondents closing argument of Henry W. Muzzey, Esq., in behalf of the respondents, before the State Board of Health : December 29, 1873.
In Supreme Court, John Topolewski, plaintiff and respondent, vs. Plankinton Packing Company, defendant and appellant brief of appellant.
Parnellism and crime the Special Commission /
Trial at large, Page v. Travers & Way in the Court of King's Bench, at Guildhall, London : before Mr. Justice Le Blanc and a special jury at the sittings after Hilary term, 1802 respecting the cargo of the ship Jesse at Bridport : in which the law, as it applies to the duty of mercantile agents following the directions of their principals and the law as it relates to commercial tenders of payment, &c., is fully and clearly laid down, which renders this cause of great importance to merchants, brokers, agents, &c. /
Particulars of the life, execution, &c., of Benjamin Smith for uttering forged notes, knowing them to be forged, 1795.
In the Privy Council, no. 59 of 1907, on appeal from the Supreme Court of the island of Ceylon, between P.B. Rabot and his wife, J. Henrietta Rabot, (plaintiffs,) appellants, and W.C. De Silva, N.D. Walles (in their personal capacity and as executors of the last will and testament of the late Vincent William Pereira and trustees appointed thereby), Justina Pereira, Margaret L. De Silva, Mary Anne Walles, Edith Frederica Rodrigo, C. Rodrigo, Anne Pereira, Susan Helen Pereira, (defendants,) respondents case on behalf of the appellants.
Orville G. Bennet, plaintiff and respondent, against Edward G. Kidder, defendant, appellant case and exceptions.
Particulars of the trial and execution of Joshua Beaumont for the wilful murder of Lucy Brook.
Petition of citizens of Washington County for the removal of Judge Estill, 1850
In the Supreme Court of Nebraska, People's Building, Loan and Savings Association, appellant, vs. W.W. Shaffer, Anna L. Shaffer, et al., appellee appeal from the District Court of Nuckolls County.
Joseph H. Patten, respondent, vs. Robert Lyon, appellant appellant's reply to brief of respondent.
The people of the state of New York against William M. Tweed and others points for defendant William M. Tweed upon appeal to the General term from the order at Special term denying motion to reduce bail.
Particulars respecting Nathaniel Jackson who was hanged for robbery.
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant order appointing Henry Kelsey receiver.
In the matter of Paul R. George's will third supplement brief of William L. Foster, for the appellants.
Patrick J. Brady, complainant, against the Bay State Gas Company of New Jersey, defendant in equity.
Peace and union recommended to the associated bodies of republicans and anti-republicans
Petition and protest of Richard S. Hackley, a citizen of the United States, owner of certain lands in Florida addressed to the President of the United States, December, 1842 : and notification to the public by the heirs of R.S. Hackley, March, 1843.
In the matter of Paul R. George's will supplement brief of William L. Foster, for the appellants.
The Attorney General vs. the rector and churchwardens of Trinity Church & others statement of facts.
Mayo et al. vs. Bark Chelmsford, D.C., U.S., in admiralty 1 of 1885, McLaughlin vs. Bark Chelmsford, of 1885 statement of facts and conclusions of law on behalf of respondent.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title, wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired, for the same purpose in fee to the lands, tenements and hereditaments required for the opening of West 231st Street (although not yet named by proper authority) from Bailey Avenue to Riverdale Avenue, where not already acquired, in the 24th Ward, borough of the Bronx, city of New York memorandum of the city of New York, in support of motion for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals on certified question of law.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company and West Jersey & Seashore Railroad Company vs. Board of Public Utility Commissioners, Lehigh Valley Railroad Company of New Jersey vs. same, Erie Railroad Company vs. same, New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad Company vs. same, New Jersey & New York Railroad Company vs. same, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company vs. same on certiorari to review order to October 3rd, 1911, re commutation tickets : brief for prosecutors.
Particulars of the trial of Lockey Hill who was executed for horse stealing, Feb. 24, 1796.
People of the state of New York, ex rel., Joseph Lewis, (president of the Freethinkers' Society), petitioner-appellant, against Frank Pierrepont Graves, commissioner of Education of the state of New York, respondent brief for Greater New York Federation of Churches and the New York State Sunday School Association, filed by permission of the court.
Peculation triumphant being the record of a four years' campaign against official malversation in the city of New York, A.D. 1871 to 1875.
Petition for the impeachment for malfeasance in office of George C. Holt, judge of the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York (New York City)
Patrick Lahey, plaintiff and respondent, against the Central Park, North and East River Railroad Company, defendant and appellant case and exceptions.
Peterloo massacre containing a faithful narrative of the events which preceded, accompanied, and followed the fatal sixteenth of August, 1819, on the area near St. Peter's Church, Manchester : including the proceedings which took place at the inquest at Oldham on the body of John Lees, who died in consequence of wounds and bruises received at the above time and place : to which is added an accurate alphabetical list of the names and places of residence of those who were killed, wounded and maimed by the sabre or otherwise, with an account of the nature of the injuries sustained /
In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1894, Clay Peters, plaintiff in error, v. the United States, no. 839
Peter Kearney, resp't, vs. the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and ano., appell'ts supplemental brief on behalf of respondent in reply to appellants' brief.
The Petersburg Fire and Marine Insurance Co., plaintiffs, against Hardy and Brothers, defendants supersedeas to judgment of Circuit Court of Petersb'g.
The people of the state of New York against William M. Tweed, James H. Ingersoll, Elbert A. Woodward and Andrew J. Garvey
Particulars of the trial, &c., of John Clarke for the wilful murder of Elizabeth Mann.
Particulars respecting the cases of Michael Van-Berghen, Catherine Van-Berghen, and Gerrard Dromelius who robbed and murdered Oliver Norris, for which they suffered death in East-Smithfield.
Peter Schmidt, plaintiff, against Frederick Joseph, Moses Joseph, Leo Joseph, National Packing Co., Swift & Co., and Armour & Co., defendants demurrer book.
Trial of James Thompson Callender for sedition, on Tuesday the third day of June, 1800, in the middle Circuit Court at Richmond, in the District of Virginia.
Particulars of the trial and execution of John Roberts, alias Colin Reculest, for forgery
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, Peter Kearney, plaintiff and respondent, against the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company and the Manhattan Railway Company, defendants and appellants case on appeal.
Pedigree of the Anglesey family and also copies of the wills and codicils of James Late Earl of Anglesey in 1701.
Pernicious literature debate in the House of Commons : trial and conviction for sale of Zola's novels. with opinions of the press.
Peter R. Strong against Mary E. Strong
The case of the Cherokee Indians against the state of Georgia argued and determined at the Supreme Court of the United States, January term, 1831 /
Memoir of the life and trial of James Mackcoull, or Moffat, who died in the county jail of Edinburgh on the 22d December 1820 containing a full account of his trial before the Jury Court and High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, for robbing the branch of the Paisley Union Bank at Glasgow of twenty thousand pounds : illustrated with notes, anecdotes, and a portrait : with an appendix, containing Mr. Denovan's journal from Glasgow to London in trace of the robbery and other curious papers.
Mémoire et révélation des Demoiselles Armand, Soeurs De Louis Armand, soeurs de Louis Admand, condamné a mort par la Cour D'assises Séante a Douay, Le 12 Novembre 1832, et exécuté a dunkerque Le 9 Février suivant
In the matter of the application of the Mayor etc., relative to opening Mount Vernon Avenue, in re damage nos. 14 and 19 memorandum on behalf of the city of New York, in opposition to motion for reargument.
Memoirs of Charles Campbell, at present prisoner in the jail of Glasgow including his adventures as a seaman and as an overseer in the West Indies /
In the Court of Appeals of the state of New York, in the matter of the application of the city of New York, by the Corporation Counsel, for the appointment of commissioners of Estimate and Assessment to ascertain and determine the compensation which should justly be made for the discontinuance and closing of West 151st Street, from the easterly side of Riverside Drive extension to the United States, Bulkhead Line, Hudson River, in the 12th Ward, borough of Manhattan, city of New York, damage nos. 1 and 2, matter of Higgins brief of the city of New York, in opposition to motion for leave to appeal to this court.
Memoirs of Madame Manson, explanatory of her conduct, on the trial for the assassination of M. Fuald̈s
In the matter of the application of the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title, wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired, to the lands, tenements and hereditaments, required for the opening of Grote Street, from One Hundred and Eighty Second Street to Southern Boulevard on petition of Margaret M. Gleason memorandum of the city of New York, in opposition to the motion of Margaret M. Gleason for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals.
Memoirs of Her Late Majesty Caroline, Queen of Great Britain embracing every circumstances illustrative of the most memorable scenes of her eventful life, from infancy to the period of her decease : interspersed with original letters and other documents, hitherto unpublished : likewise a faithful account of Her Majesty's illness, last sayings, lamented death, funeral procession, &c.,&c. /
Memoirs of the celebrated Eugene Aram, who was executed for the murder of Daniel Clark, in 1759, with some account of his family and other particulars, collected for the most part above thirty years ago
Memoirs of a social monster, or, The history of Charles Price otherwise Bolingbroke, otherwise Johnson, otherwise Parks, otherwise Wigmore, otherwise Brank, otherwise Wilmott, otherwise Williams, otherwise Schutz, otherwise Trevors, otherwise Polton, otherwise Taylor, otherwise Powel, &c., &c., &c., and commonly called Old Patch : containing an accurate account of the astonishing fraud and ingenious forgeries of that truly great man on the Governor and Company of the Bank of England for a series of six years : including a faithful detail of his devices and depredations on society for a period of fifty-five years.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, by the Corporation Counsel, for the appointment of commissioners of Estimate and Assessment to ascertain and determine the compensation which should justly be made for the discontinuance and closing of West 151st Street, from the easterly side of Riverside Drive extension to the United States Bu[l]khead line of the Hudson River in the Twelfth Ward, borough of Manhattan, in the city of New york memorandum of the city of New York in opposition to the motion made by Francis Higgins to amend the opinion of this court in this matter.
Memoirs of Richard Parker, the mutineer, together with an account at Large of his trial by court martial, defence, sentence, and execution, and a narrative of the mutiny at the Nore and Sheerness, from its commencement to its final termination
Opinion and dissenting opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Lois P. Myers, administratrix of Frank S. Myers, appellant, v. the United States together with briefs and oral arguments by Mr. Will R. King, the senior senator from Pennsylvania, Mr. Pepper, and the then solicitor general, Mr. Beck also briefs and reply briefs in reargument presented by Mr. Swanson.
Elliott H. Phelps and Luther W. Bodman, plaintiff in error, vs. Robert Radford Beard, as receiver of the First National Bank of Pella, Iowa in error to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
In the matter of the application of the Long Island Railroad Company for a certiorari order, against the John F. Hylan, mayor of the city of New York, Charles L. Craig, comptroller of the city of New York, Murray Hulbert, president of the Board of Aldermen of the city of New York, Julius Miller, president of the borough of Manhattan of the city of New York, Edward Riegelmann, president of the borough of Brooklyn of the city of New York, Henry Bruckner, president of the borough of the Bronx of the city of New York, Maurice E. Connolly, president of the borough of Queens of the city of New York and John A. Lynch, president of the borough of Richmond of the city of New York, constituting the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city of New York memorandum of John F. Hylan, mayor of the city of New York, et al., constituting the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the city of New York, in support of motion for leave to appeal to Court of Appeals.
In the Court of Appeals, state of New York, in the matter of the appraisal of the estate of Gerard Beekman, deceased, under the acts relative to the taxable transfers of property, the Comptroller of the state of New York, appellant, the Beekman Family Association, the residuary legatee and devisee, under the last will and testament of Gerard Beekman, deceased, and Gerard B. Hoppin and William J. Bradford, as executors of the last will and testament of Gerard Beekman, deceased, respondents memorandum in opposition to motion.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, by the Corporation Counsel, for the appointment of commissioners of Estimate and Assessment to ascertain and determine the compensation which should justly be made for the discontinuance and closing of West 151st Street, from the easterly side of Riverside Drive extension to the United States Bulkhead Line, Hudson River, in the 12th Ward, borough of Manhattan, city of New York, damage nos. 1 and 2, matter of Higgins memorandum of the city of New York, in opposition to motion for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeals and to certify questions to that court.
Mémoire sur une question d'adultere, de séduction et de diffamation, pour le sieur Kornman, contre la dame Kornman, son epouse, le sieur Daudet de Jossan, le sieur Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, et M. Lenoir, conseiller d'Etat, & ancien lieutenant-général de police
A most curious trial and of infinite importance to the interests and happiness of society, - Mead, Esq., barrister at law against the Rev. Mr. Daubney for slander by which he lost his marriage with Miss. Barnston, a beautiful and accomplished young lady and possessed of a fortune of fifteen thousand pounds : the plaintiff laid his damages at ten thousand pounds, and received a verdict of five hundred : tried before the Right Honourable Lloyd Lord Kenyon, and a special jury of merchants, at Guildhall, London, on the 6th of June, 1792.
Before the Secretary of the Interior, on appeal from the decision of the commissioner of the General Land Office, Maxwell J. Latimer vs. the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Company, William H. Malony vs. the same, John Barker vs. the same applications under Home-Stead Act of May 20, 1862, on lands lying within the lateral limits of the grant made to the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Company, in the state of Iowa, in the act of June 2, 1864 : argument in favor of applicants.
In the matter of the application of the city of New York, relative to acquiring title wherever the same has not been heretofore acquired to the lands, tenements and hereditaments, required for the purpose of opening West Two Hundred and Twelfth Street, (although not yet named by proper authority), from Kingsbridge Road to the Harlem River, in the Twelfth Ward, borough of Manhattan, city of New York brief of the city of New York in opposition to motion to vacate and set aside the order of the appellate division.
Medical expert testimony in the Kelley murder trial
Patrick McNulty vs. C. Handasyde Whitney, et als & Trs. defendants' substitute bill of exceptions.
McAllister Lighterage Line, Inc., libelant, versus British Steamship "Roseric."
Philip Schuyler, plaintiff-respondent, vs. Ernest Curtis and others, defendants-appellants points for respondent, on appeal from judgment granting perpetual injunction.
Report of the case of James Gray, an American citizen, plaintiff in appeal, vs. the Hawaiian Government tried before His Excellency the Governor of Oahu, February 28 and March 3.
Pierce Egan's account of the trial of John Thurtell and Joseph Hunt with an appendix disclosing some extraordinary facts, exclusively in the possession of the editor.
Pet., Mrs. Bennet, &c., against Lord Alva's interlocutor Mr. Sinclair, clerk, D. Hutcheson, agent : unto the Right Honourable the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Mrs. Ann Maria Bennet of Nassau-Street, London, and John B. Williamson, late of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh.
The Charles L. Jeffrey, Philander J. Carleton, et al., libellants, appellants, v. Frank Harrington, claimant, appellee appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Maine, from final decree (Webb, J.), May 14, 1892.
Arthur S. Plews, plaintiff, plaintiff in error, v. Albert C. Burrage, defendant, defendant in error error to the District Court of the United States for the district of Massachusetts : before Bingham, Johnson and Anderson, JJ. : opinion of the court, July 26, 1921.
Pierce Egan's account of the trial of Mr. Fauntleroy, for forgery at the Session's-House, in the Old Bailey, on Saturday, the 30th of October, 1824, before Mr. Justice Park and Mr. Baron Garrow
Pleadings, proofs and decrees, in the original suit in Chancery, by Henry D. Cruger against George Douglas, William Douglas, and Harriet D. Cruger and in the cross suit by Harriet D. Cruger, p. proch am., against Henry D. Cruger, 1843ا1850
A commentary on the two cases in re De Souza, no. I., and re De Souza, no. II, for contempt of court together with a few remarks on the administration of justice in British Guiana /
Before the Public Service Commission of the state of New York, Port of New York Authority vs. the Delaware and Hudson Company, et al. complaint.
Plaidoirie de me dufaure pour la famille de montmorency contre H. Adalbert de Talleyrand-Perigord audience du 6 Janvier 1865.
Poor Mary Pomeroy! the Jersey City music teacher also, a full and authentic account of the trial of Rev. John S. Glendenning before the authorities of Prospect Avenue Church : startling details and curious statements : what a lady saw one night.
Philip Abell, Senior, yeoman and Christopher Border, appellants, Humphry Dene, Esq., respondent the appellants case.
James A. Polhamius, et al., against William Moser and William J. Ree
Philips & al. vs. Kincannon's heirs brief.
Pictorial life and adventures of Joseph T. Hare, the bold robber and highwayman
Piper vs. Hoard
[Pond vs. the Metropolitan Elevated Railway Company, et al.]
Pratt's edition of the trial of Alexander & Michael McKean, (alias Alexander & Michael Keand,) for the murder of Elizabeth Bate, on the 22d. of May last, at the Jolly Carter, Public-House, Winton, before Mr. Justice Park, at Lancaster Assizes, on Friday the 18th. of August, 1826 to which are added full particulars of their apprehension of their conduct whilst in prison, and an account of their execution /
The Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, plaintiff in error, vs. M. Mundy in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Kentucky.
The city of Brownsville, plaintiff in error, vs. Maria Josefa Cavazo, et al. error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Texas.
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company, appellant, vs. Samuel H. Turrill, appellee, no. 144
Petition of James Hansard, Luke Graves Hansard, and Luke James Hansard, printers to the Honourable the House of Commons in the matter of Stockdale versus Hansard, and proceedings thereon.
Philip Abel yeoman and Christopher Border butcher, appellants, Humphry Dene, Esq., respondent the respondents case.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the Secretary of the Navy, with copies of the proceedings of the courts martial, in the cases of Lieutenants Weaver and Conner
Memoirs of the life of John Matthieson, executed for a forgery on the Bank of England, on Wednesday the 28th of July, 1779 containing a circumstantial account of his trial at the Old Bailey, on Thursday the 20th of June, for the several forgeries which he committed on the Bank of England and Darlington Bank : together with a narrative of several interesting particulars concerning his behaviour during confinement until the time of execution : to which is added, a genuine copy of a letter which the prisoner sent to his mother the day before he suffered.
Memories of famous trials
Memorial for Arthur Stark, commander of His Majesty's Sloop the Princess Carolina and William Wightman, shore-master in Leith, his cautioner, suspenders, against Marinus and Cornelius Geenes and James Sutherland, merchant in Leith, their factor
In the Supreme Court of Illinois Northern Grand Division, March term, A.D. 1896, Michael J. Healy and Thomas J. Moran, plaintiffs in error, vs. the people of the state of Illinois, defendant in error error to the Criminal Court of Cook County, state of Illinois : abstract of record.
Metropolitan Steamship Co., petitioner for limitation of liability brief on behalf of W.K. Vanderbilt, owner of Yacht Alva, et al., claimants.
Memorial for Thomas Cranstoun, Esq., of Dewar,اcomplainer, against Archibald Gibson, Esq.,اrespondent
In the Senate of the United States of America, memorial of William H. Clagett, addressed to the Senate of the United States
Memorial of William A. Howard, contesting the seat of Hon. George B. Cooper, of First Congressional District of Michigan
Memorial for Henry Trotter, of Mortonhall, Esq., pursuer of a process of molestation and damages against Patrick Home, of Billie and John Home, of Nineholes, Esqs., Thomas Fargie Feuer, in Paxton, and John Rule, in Nunlands and William Compton their tenant, before the Sheriff-depute of Berwick, in support of a bill of advocation of the foresaid process presented by the said Henry Trotter
Proceedings in an action for debt between the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, plaintiff and John Horne Tooke, Esq., defendant
Private memoirs of an illustrious Princess interspersed with curious anecdotes of several distinguished characters, being a complete answer to the spirit of the book
Memorial of Edward Wortley Montague, Esquire
Memoirs relating to the impeachment of Thomas Earl of Danby, (now Duke of Leeds) in the year 1678 wherein some affairs of those times are represented in a juster light than has hitherto appear'd : with an appendix, containing the proceedings in Parliament, original papers, speeches, &c.
Memorial ajustado de la causa criminal que a instancia del ilustrisimo se̜or don Pedro Rodriguez Campomanes fiscal del consejo, y en virtud de decreto de éste en el extraordinario de 21 de diciembre de 1766 ha substanciado, en calidad de comisionado, El Señor Don Agustin de Leyza, del consejo de S.M. En el Hacienda, sobre la voluntaria delacion que en 28 de octubre de 1766 hizo al excmo. Sr. Al conde de Aranda por escrito, y firmda de mano el Doctor Benito Navarro, abogado de los reales consejos, suponiendo, que D. Juan de Baranchan era el autor del papel intitulado El Contra-bando, y otros satyricos, pero haviendo resultado en el progreso de la causa, y por decaracion del delator ser falsa dicha delacion, y dirigida por algunos regulares de la compaįa, se continuation los procedimientos contra el referido D. Benito Navarro, natural de la ciudad de sevilla, de estado solterro, su edad 36 a̜os.
John Metz, plaintiff-respondent, against John Metz, Jr., defendant-appellant brief in support of motion for reargument, or in the alternative for leave to appeal.
The Vigilance Committee of San Francisco, Metcalf vs. Argenti et al., speeches of R.A. Lockwood, Esq.,
Memoirs of the Rev. Ammi Rogers, A.M. a clergyman of the Episcopal Church, educated at Yale College in Connecticut, ordained in Trinity Church in the city of New-York, persecuted in the state of Connecticut, on account of religion and politics for almost twenty years and finally, falsely accused and imprisoned in Norwich jail for two years, on the charge of crimes said to have been committed in the town of Griswold, in the county of New-London, when he was not within about one hundred miles of the place and of which he was absolutely as innocent as the judge who pronounced the sentence, or as any other person in the world : also an index to the Holy Bible, and a concise view of the authority, doctrine and worship in the Protestant Episcopal Church /
Memorial of Captain Jonas P. Levy to the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled, 1873
Proceedings and report of the Board of Army Officers, convened by special orders no. 78, headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 12, 1878, in the case of Fitz-John Porter. together with the proceedings in the original trial and papers relating thereto.
Proceedings in a suit in chancery and the trial of a cause instituted in the Court of King's Bench, by Messrs. Tennant, Mackintosh, Knox, Cooper & Dunlop in the name of Mr. Charles Tennant, of Darnly, near Glasgow against Messrs. James Slater, James Varley & Joseph Slater, near Bolton, Lancashire for infringing on a patent obtained by Mr. Tennant, for substituting calcareous earths, instead of alkalis, in preparing the oxygenated muriatic acid used in bleaching and for substituting those earths for alkalis, in the other parts of the process of bleaching : before Lord Ellenborough, chief justice of England and a special jury, at Guild-Hall, on Thursday, December 23, 1802.
Procedure sur laquelle Le Pere Jean - Baptiste Girard, Jesuite, Catherine Cadiere, Le Pere Estienne-Thomas Cadiere Dominicain, Mre. François Cadiere Prêtre, et Le Pere Nicolas De S.Joseph Carme Dechauffé, ont e'te' jugez par arrêt du Parlement de Provence, du 10, Octobre 1731 divise'e par des nombres pour la facilite' des citations : avec les pieces, lettres & memoires joints à cette procedure : le tout exactement collationné sur les originaux : on a joint à fin un précis, où les faits sont raportez, pour tenir lieu de table des matieres, par ordre alphabétique.
Proceedings and documents relating to James W. Schaumburg from which the injunction of secrecy has been removed.
In the High Court of Justice, Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Admiralty), in Prize, 25th February, 1918, before the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Evans (President), Steamship "Leonora" (ship and cargo), part heard, no. 1679, Steamship "Emma Fermstrom" (ship and cargo), no. 1699, Steamship "Hermina" (ship and part cargo claimed by Olaus Olssons Kolimport A/B), no. 1701, Steamship "Tellus" (ship and cargo), no. 1697, Steamship "Bergvik" (ship and cargo), C. & R., no. 1698, Steamship "Dagny" (ship and cargo), no. 1700, Steamship "Olof Wijk" (ship and part cargo claimed by H. Alpen), C. & R., no. 1691, Steamship "James J. Dickson" (ship and part cargo of coke claimed by C. Svensson and consignment of glass to K.J. Karlsson), no. 1704 first day.
Proceedings in a cause lately depending before the Parliament of Paris, in the nature of a ravishment of ward wherein Philip Journeaulx, Esq., guardian to Deodata and Elizabeth Roach (children of John Roach of London, merchant, deceased and formerly major of Fort St. George) was appellant and Richard Quane (late a bankrupt in London, but now a refugee at Paris) and others were defendants : for secreting and detaining the said young ladies in divers convents from their mother and guardians in England and for clandestinely marrying the eldest (not twelve years old) to the said Quane's son : containing the arguments and pleadings in court (in presence of the English minister) of M. Gueau de Reverseaux, a learned advocate and counsellor of the parliament and of Mr. Journeaulx the guardian, demanding judgment for annulling the said marriage and delivery of his wards, as subjects of the Crown of Great Britain, in which a great principle of the law of nations was debated, viz. to what nation two children belong that were born at Fort St. George in the East-Indies /
Proceedings at the Middlesex Sessions upon the appeal of James Mountague, Esq. from an order of affiliation made upon him by Mr. Broughton and Mr. Stutfield, for the support of a bastard child of Mary Ann Dyer : before Mr. Marriott, chairman and a bench of magistrates /
Proceedings in a cause, Harvey versus Andrew in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, tried at Chelmsford, on Saturday, the 17th of March, 1810, by a special jury : before the Honourable Mr. Justice Heath : referred to in the speech and reply of D.W. Harvey, Esq., M.P., on the 14th June, 1832, in the House of Commons, on moving for leave to bring in a bill to empower the Court of King's Beach to regulate the admission of students and barristers.
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William, in Bengal on Dickinson's divorce (India) bill
Preliminary report of Conference Committee of Managers appointed by the Association of Western Railways to represent certain railways in conference with Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen.
Press Publishing Company, plaintiff, against Maurice F. Holohan, James P. Keating, James Kane, John L. Shea, William Dalton, James McCartney, Henry S. Kearny, James J. Coogan, Edward M. Grout, Louis F. Haffen, George Cromwell, Frederick Bowley, Bird S. Coler, John Whalen, Robert A. Van Wyck, and Randolph Guggenheimer, constituting the Board of Public Improvements of the city of New York and the Ramapo Water Company, defendants injunction order, summons, complaint, exhibit, affidavit and undertaking on injunction.
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Calcutta on Bellew's divorce (India) bill
Proceedings (on the Ecclesiastical side of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Bombay) on the bill intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Pascal Larkins, attorney at law with Eliza Bird his now wife, and to enable him to marry again : and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Procedures faites en Bretagne et devant la Cour Des Pairs en 1770 avec des observations.
Probate courts
Proceedings before the judges of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Bombay, on Hadow's divorce (India) Bill
Proceedings at the laying of the corner stone of the new public buildings on Penn Square, in the city of Philadelphia, July 4, 1874 : with a description of the buildings, the statistics and progress of the work and a summary of legislative and municipal action relating to the undertaking : with a brief history of events pertaining thereto /
Proceedings of the general court martial, held by order of Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington, the commander-in-chief, for the trial of Lieut. William Augustine Hyder, 10th Royal Hussars, on the prosecution of Lieu. Colonel Vandeleur, 10th Royal Hussars
Proceedings in the case of Francis Johnston, Esq., late receiver-general of the Land-Office prosecuted for delinquencies in the said office.
Proceedings in the House of Assembly of Lower-Canada, on the impeachment against the Honorable Louis Charles Foucher, Esquire, one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench for the district of Montreal
Proceedings in the trial of the case of the United States vs. John W. Dorsey, John R. Miner, John M. Peck, Stephen W. Dorsey, Harvey M. Vaile, Montfort C. Rerdell, Thomas J. Brady, and William H. Turner, for conspiracy
Proceedings including the report of the Assembly Judiciary (Sub) committee appointed to investigate charges preferred for the impeachment of Hon. John L. Childs, judge of the Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the county of Del Norte also the majority recommendation of the judiciary committee, the minority recommendation of the Judiciary Committee and final action of the Assembly.
Proceedings of a court-martial, held at the council-chamber, in the city of Cork, on Edmond Roche, Esq. on Monday, August 13, 1798, and the succeeding days.
Proceedings in the trial of the case of the United States vs. John W. Dorsey, John R. Miner, John M. Peck, Stephen W. Dorsey, Harvey M. Vaile, Montfort C. Rerdell, Thomas J. Brady, and William H. Turner for conspiracy.
Proceedings in the Senate of the United States, in the matter of the impeachment of Charles Swayne, judge of the District Court of the United States in and for the Northern District of Florida
Proceedings in the House of Representatives of the United States of America respecting the contested election for the eastern district of the state of Georgia
Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry convened at the city of Washington, D.C., on the fifth day of May, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, by virtue of the following order
Proceedings in Parliament against Dr. F. Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, John Plunket, George Kelly, alias Johnson upon bills of pains and penalties, for a treasonable conspiracy, M.DCC.XXIII : the trial of Thomas Earl of Macclesfield, in the House of Lords, 1725, for high crimes and misdemeanors : the trial of Sir Robert Spotiswood, for high treason in the Parliament held at St. Andrew's in Scotland, 1645.
Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry, held at Castlebar, the 1st of December, 1800, pursuant to an order from His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant to investigate certain charges made against James Moore O'Donel, Esq., captain of the Newport-Pratt Cavalry, and Connel O'Donel, Esq., first lieutenant of said corps by the Rev. John Benton, doctor of laws, and chaplain to the South Mayo Militia, contained in a letter to Major Gen. Sir James Duff, bart. with an appendix, containing different letters and other papers referred to in the course of the trial.
Proceedings in the Ku Klux trials at Columbia, S.C., in the United States Circuit Court, November term, 1871.
Minutes of evidence taken from the second reading of the bill intituled, An act to declare void an alleged marriage between Esther Field, an infant, and Samuel Brown
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Joseph Vere with Ellen Sarah his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for the other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Herbert Morgan Esquire, a lieutenant in Her Majesty's Fifteenth Regiment of Hussars, with Elizabeth Morgan his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of a Court of Inquiry, upon the case of Major John Andř, with accompanying documents, published in 1780 by order of congress with an additional appendix containing copies of the papers found upon Major Andrew when arrested and other documents relating to the subject.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Stocker's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of James Close with Louisa his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Miners' federation of Great Britain in the Supreme Court of Judicature, Court of Appeal, Royal Court of Justice, Friday, 19th May, 1905, before the master of the rolls, Lord Justice Mathew, and Lord Justice Cozens Hardy : Denaby and Cadeby Main Collieries Limited v. the Yorkshire Miners' Association, George Cragg and ten others : (application of defendants Wadsworth, Parrot, Frith, and Hall, for judgment or new trial on appeal from the verdict and judgment at trial before Mr. Justice Lawrance and a special jury.) : same v. same : (application of defendants the Yorkshire Miners' Association, Cragg, Smith, and Kaye, for judgment or new trial on appeal from verdict and judgment at trial before Mr. Justice Lawrance and a special jury.) /
The Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company, appellants, vs. Frederick P. James appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the district of Wisconsin.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Charles Simmons with Frances Fanny his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Baring's divorce bill
Minutes and proceedings of the division court martial, begun and holden at Charlestown, on the 14th of August, 1810 upon charges exhibited by Cap. Lot. Pool against Ens. John H. Brown, by order of the Hon. Joseph B. Varnum, maj. gen. of the 3d division Massachusetts' Militia.
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Barron Grahame with Caroline Keissling his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of Jones's divorce bill
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of the Right Honourable Cornelius Viscount Lismore, of the Kingdom of Ireland, with Eleanor Viscountess Lismore his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of Henry Boddington Webster Esquire with Emilie Marie Louise Wilhelmina Webster his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes"
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Baskervyle Glegg Esquire the younger with Elizabeth Glegg his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled أ An act to dissolve the marriage of Robert Nicholson Esquire with Frances Nicholson his now wife and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes therein mentioned."
Minutes of the proceedings at the trial of Vice-Admiral Griffin, at a court martial held on board His Majesty's ship Somerset at Chatham, on Monday, December 3, 1750 for an enquiry into his conduct, while he commanded His Majesty's ships in the East-Indies in the year 1748
Proceedings in Parliament against James Earl of Derwentwater, William Lord Widdrington, William Earl of Nithisdale, Robert Earl of Carnwath, William Viscount Kemmure, and William Lord Nairn, upon an impeachment for high-treason, Feb. 9, 1715 together with the tryal of George Earl of Wintoun, upon an indictment for high-treason, March 15, 16, and 19, 1715, 2 Geo. I.
In the Supreme Court of the United States, original, no. 7, Commonwealth of Virginia vs. state of West Virginia
Proceedings in the Court of Chancery, against the Corporation of Ludlow, as trustees of Mr. Fox's charity for pulling down St. Leonard's Chapel, Corve-Street, Lodlow, and converting the burial ground thereof to unhallowed uses : wherein the court discharged the corporation from their trust and ordered them to pay the expense of rebuilding the said chapel : to which are added, observations on the corporate rights and parliamentary representation of the inhabitants of Ludlow : and also, an essay on borough influence.
Proceedings in the cases of the impeachment of Charles Robinson, governor, John W. Robinson, sec'y of state, George S. Hillyer, auditor of state of Kansas
Proceedings of a court of inquiry convened at Washington, D.C., November 9, 1868. by special orders no. 217 War Department, to examine into the accusations against Brig. and Bvt. Major General A.B. Dyer, chief of Ordnance.
To the King's Most Excellent Majesty, the memorial of Peter Livius, Your Majesty's chief justice of your province of Quebec, in North-America
Proceedings in the trial of Andrew Johnson, president of the United States before the United States Senate, on articles of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives : with an appendix.
Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, the King versus the Rev. Richard Blacow, minister of St. Mark's Church, Liverpool, and curate of West Derby, on a criminal information, for a libel on Mr. Charles Fairclough, of Liverpool, reflecting on the character and conduct of his wife, the defendant suffering judgment to go by default.
Proceedings in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, on a writ of mandamus directed to the mayor and aldermen of the city of London commanding them to admit and swear Michael Scales, gentleman, into the place and office of Alderman of the ward of portsoken.
Proceedings of a Navy general court martial, convened at the New York Navy Yard, Oct. 29, 1862 for the trial of G.B.N. Tower, first assistant engineer, upon the charges of "Disobedience of orders," and "Treating with contempt his superior, being in the execution of his office."
Proceedings of a general court martial, held in the orderly room at the barracks in Colchester on seven officers of the West Kent Regiment of Militia, by order of Lieutenant-General Lord Charles Fitzroy, commanding the Eastern District, on a charge exhibited against them by Lieutenant-Colonel Dalton, of the same regiment : with their defence and prefatory observations /
Proceedings of an ecclesiastical council 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 /
Proceedings of the Committee appointed to inquire into the official conduct of William W. Van Ness, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of the state of New-York with the whole evidence taken before that body.
Proceedings of a general court martial for the trial of Lieut. Col. Louis Bache, commanding a detachment of volunteers and Militia of Pennsylvania upon charges of mutiny, disobedience of orders, insubordination and violation of the established usages of the army and of the principles of military discipline at the Camp Marcus Hook on the Delaware in October, 1814 : containing the whole of the evidence and the documents referred to during the trial.
Proceedings of the "Proteus" Court of Inquiry on the Greely Relief Expedition of 1883
Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Wednesday, April 28, 1802 before Mr. Justice Grose and a special jury of London merchants, in an action brought by Charles Brooke, wool-broker, versus Henry Guy, clothier, for a libel /
Proceedings of a general court-martial, upon the trial of Lieutenant-Colonel Glover, of the South Battalion of Lincolnshire Militia by virtue of His Majesty's special warrant, bearing date the 16th February 1762.
Proceedings of the Assembly of the state of California, second session, 1851 on the petition of citizens of Yuba and Nevada Counties for the impeachment of Wm. R. Turner, judge of the Eighth Judicial District of California.
Proceedings of a European general court martial on the trial of Captain Frederick Crewe, Seventh Regiment Madras Native Infantry
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Lexden-Heath Camp near Colchester on Lieutenant F.R. Bertie of the Royal Westminster Middlesex Militia on three charges exhibited against him by Colonel James Clitherow on the same regiment : together with his defence at large : as also the opinion of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Morgan, bart, His Majesty's judge advocate general on the admissibility of certain documentary evidence attempted to be introduced by the prosecutor in support of the third charge, but afterwards waived by him.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Brunswick in the state of New-Jersey by order of His Excellency General Washington, commander in chief of the Army of the United States of America for the trial of Major General Lee, July 4th, 1778 : Major General Lord Stirling, president.
Proceedings of a general court-martial, held at the Castle of Dublin, on Monday the 21st of July, 1788, and continued by adjournment to the 12th of August following, on John Campbell, Esq., lieutenant-colonel of the 9th Regiment of Foot, for several charges brought against him by Daniel Gwynne, gent., late lieutenant of said regiment
Proceedings of a general court-martial on George Dickson, Esq., commissary-general and paymaster-general of the militia forces of the island of Trinidad held by order of Thomas Hislop, Esq., lieutenant-governor, commander-in-chief of the said island &c., &c., : also, proceedings upon an information filed by Archibald Gloster, Esq., attorney-general of the island of Trinidad, against George and William Dickson of the said island, merchants : before the Alcaldes in Ordinary, all of which were appealed from and totally reversed, by the order of the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council : together with copies of Lieutenant Governor Hislops dispatches to the secretary of state for the colonies, &c., and remarks thereon /
Proceedings of the Court of Inquiry appointed to inquire into the intended mutiny on board the United States Brig of War Somers, on the high seas held on board the United States Ship North Carolina lying at the Navy Yard, New-York : with a full account of the execution of Spencer, Cromwell and Small, on board said vessel /
Proceedings of a general court martial, held in the barracks of Dublin for the trial of Col. Montague Burgoyne, of the Loyal Essex Regiment of Fencible Cavalry, on charges preferred against him by Major Crosse, and Captains Bund, and Graham of the same regiment
Proceedings of a general court martial for the trial of Major Osborn Cross, quartermaster U.S. Army convened in the city of New York, August 3, 1859.
Proceedings of the court martial for the trial of Major Rudolph H. Bartle, brigade inspector of the Second Brigade, First Division, P.M.
Proceedings of a general court-martial upon Lieutenant Frederic Wood, of the Eleventh Light Dragoons
Proceedings of a general court martial, for the trial of Maj. Gen. Fitz John Porter
Proceedings of Court of Directors and of a secret select committee, appointed by the court on 2d May 1827 to investigate transactions connected with abuse of patronage : together with report of the trial in the Court of King's Bench, by a special jury : before the Right Hon. Lord Tenterden, on the 6th March 1828, the King on the prosecution of East India Company, against Samuel Sutton and others.
Proceedings of the court martial held on the officers and crew of His Majesty's late Ship, the Java
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Fort Independence, (Boston Harbor) for the trial of Major Charles K. Gardner of the Third Regiment Infantry upon charges of misbehavior, cowardice in the face of the enemy, &c., preferred against him by Major General Ripley.
Proceedings of a general court martial held in the County Hall, Chelmsford, Essex on the 30th December, 1811.
Proceedings of a general court-martial, held in Kingston Barracks, in the island of Jamaica
Proceedings of a general court-martial, upon the trial of Lieutenant-Gov. Philip Thicknesse held at the Judge-Advocate-General's office at the Horse-Guards, on Wednesday, July the 3d, 1765, and continued by several adjournments, to Tuesday the 9th day of the same month, by virtue of His Majesty's special warrant, bearing date the 31st day of July, 1765.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Bangalore on the trial of Lieutenant Colonel John Doveton of the Eighth Regiment Native Cavalry and commanding the force in Berar.
Proceedings of a general court martial of the Line, held at Raritan, in the state of New-Jersey by order of His Excellency George Washington, Esq., general and commander in chief of the Army of the United States of America for the trial of Major General Arnold, June, 1, 1779 : Major General Howe, president.
Proceedings of a general court-martial convened at Headquarters Department of Texas, San Antonio, Tex., April 15, 1907 in the case of Capt. Edgar A. Macklin, Twenty-fifth United States Infantry.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at the Judge Advocate's office in the Horse Guards on Saturday the 14th and continued by adjournment to Wednesday the 18th April 1764 : for the trial of a charge preferred by Colin Campbell, Esq., against the Honourable Major General Monckton.
Proceedings of a general court martial, holden at Bombay, and the memorial of Lieutenant J.N. Rooke, of the artillery to the Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Bangalore on the trial of Lieutenant Colonel John Bell, of the Madras Artillery
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Fort Royal in the island of Martinico, on the 6th and continued by adjournments to the 14th of April, 1762 upon the tryal of Major Commandant Colin Campbell.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Guernsey on Captain George Douglas, 16th Regiment
Proceedings of different courts of enquiry, held in the town of Cardiff, Glamorganshire, to investigate certain charges, preferred against the late Capt. Wood, and Lieut. John Wood, of the Cardiff Troop of Yeomanry Cavalry together with the evidence, the War-office documents, the report of the last court, which sat nine days consisting of J. Goodrich, J.B. Bruce, R. Blackmore, W. Lewis, H. Lewis, R. Savours, Esqs., and Sir R. Kemeys, knt., and the correspondence with the public departments /
Proceedings of a general court martial for the trial of Brevet Brig. Gen. George Talcott, colonel of the Ordnance Department convened at Washington, June 23, 1851, by order of the President of the United States.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Bangalore on the trial of Lieut. Col. John Bell, of the Madras Artillery with a sketch of the state of affairs in British India from 1780 to 1809 and an appendix consisting of letters and documents connected with the above.
Proceedings of a general court martial, which convened at Fort Washita, (Indian territory) on the 20th November, 1855 for the trial of Brevet Major John C. Henshaw, United States Army.
Proceedings of a general court martial, held at Chelsea, on Friday, May 5, 1809, and continued, by adjournment, until the 17th of the same month, on charges preferred by Brigadier General Henry Clinton, adjutant general to the Army in Spain, under the late Lieut. Gen. Sir John Moore, K.B. against the Hon. William Erskine Cochrane, captain in the 15th (or King's) Regiment of Light Dragoons
Proceedings of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments the people of the state of Montana by the House of representatives thereof against Charles L. Crum, judge of the District court of the fifteenth judicial district of the state of Montana : held at the Capitol in the city of Helena, state of Montana, March 20th, 21st and 22nd, 1918 : the Hon. W.W. McDowell, lieut. governor, presiding.
Proceedings of a general court martial held at Rochester, May, 1764 upon the trial of Captain William Douglas and the captains Cockburn, Perkings and Hayes of His Majesty's Marine Forces : together with the measures taken against Captain Douglas immediately after he was acquitted with honour, also the letters, his memorial and other papers annexed.
Proceedings of a general court martial on board the U.S. Frigate Java, May, 1829 for the trial of John A. Kearney, surgeon of the fleet.
Proceedings of the general court martial, held at Mussleburgh barracks, on the 24th, 25th, & 26th days of September last for the trial of Major Tho. Clarkson Moncrieff, of the first, or Berwickshire, Regiment of Militia, by orders of His Royal Highness the Duke of York, commander in chief, &c., &c.
Proceedings of the sessions of Oyer and Terminer and General Goal Delivery held in Kingston-upon-Thames for the county of Surrey, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday the 22d, 23d, 24th and 25th of August, in the thirteenth year of his present Majesty's reign and in the year of our lord 1739 : before the Right Honourable Sir William Lee, knt., Lord Chief Justice of His Majesty's Court of King's-Bench, the Right Honourable Sir John Comyns, knt., Lord Chief Baron His Majesty's Court of Exchequer, and the rest of His Majesty's justices assigned to deliver the said Gaol of the prisoners therein being : containing the trial (at large) of all the prisoners, especially those who received sentence death, viz. 1. Noah Gooby for robbing Mr. Deacon in Kennington Lane, of a silver watch, a gold ring, a pair of silver shoe and knee buckles and six shillings in money. 2. Norris Hodson, for robbing the Lady Catherine Forbes, or a silver patch-box, on putney-common. 3. John Hannah, (evidence against Captain Longdon) for robbing Jame Haward on the highway between Kingston and Dixton, of a Guinea, and a linnen bag. 4. Michael Luca, otherswise Standley, fot taking out of the house of John Parnell two gold rings, and money to the value of 5l. 5,6,7. Peter Willington, Johanna Rashford Sambo, and Eleanor Spencer for robbing Stephen Freeman, (an ---famous pegg-maker in the mint of a watch, a pair of shoe and knee buckles and 8. John Hollings for stealing a horse, a bag, part of a leaden pump, and iron work, out of the field and garden of Josiah Wordsworth, Esq., at Croydon, in Surry : likewise, a particular account of Hugh Randall, father-in-law to, and concerned in the above robbery with, Hollings, who kill'd himself in the stock-house at Kingston before trial and the reasons that induced him to make this attempt on his life : also the trial of William Prestage, for manslaughter and above twenty other very remarkable trials.
Preliminary investigation and trial of Ambroise D. Lepine, for the murder of Thomas Scott being a full report of the proceedings in this case before the Magistrates' Court and the several courts of Queen's Bench in the province of Manitoba /
Appeal from Minorca, La Dame Jeanne of Gottenburg, Michael Smitt, master William Cazalet of London, merchant, the claimant of three hundred and thirty-eight hogsheads, thirty-two tierces and eighteen quarter casks of sugar and twelve hogsheads of refined sugar, on behalf of the Imperial and Royal Privileged Company of Trieste and Fiume and also two hundred and eighty-one casks of coffee laden and board the said ship, on behalf of neutral subjects, appellant, against Francis Maspoch, commander of the private ship of war the St. Anthony de Padua, the captor of the said ship and goods, respondent : the appellant's case.
Trials, 1600-1926.
Thorne v. the Argosy Co., Ltd., et al
Report of the trial at the instance of the Atlas Company of Scotland against A. Fullarton and Company, publishers, Edinburgh and London tried before a jury at Edinburgh on the 27th, 28th, and 29th days of July 1853 /
Report of the proceedings upon the committal of Richard Pigott for contempt of court, by certain writings in the "Irishman" newspaper respecting the trial of Robert Kelly (murder of Head-Constable Talbot) at the Dublin Commission Court, November, 1871 reported for the government by John Hill.
Report of the proceedings in the cause between Richard Cooper, plaintiff, and John Twibill, defendant, tried in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, on Monday, the 18th July, 1808, before the Right Honourable Lord Ellenborough, chief justice, &c., and a special jury
Report of the Stewarton case, William Cuninghame and others, patron, heritors, and parishioners of Stewarton against the Presbytery of Irvine
Report of the trial of Charles Frazer Frizell, Esq., barrister at law on several indictments for a conspiracy with intent to murder the Rev. William Ledwich, parish priest of Rathsarnham in the co. of Dublin : at a Commission of Oyer and Terminer, held before the Right Hon. Judge Daly, and the Hon. Justice Johnson, at the Session House, in Green-Street, on Wednesday, 27th of June, 1804.
Report of the trial of David Landale, Esq. before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, at Perth, on Friday, 22d September, 1826.
Report of the trial of an indictment, prosecuted at the instance of the West India Dock Company, versus John Smith, Walter Foreman, Samuel Hucks, and Daniel Hall for an alleged conspiracy : which was tried at the Old Bailey, on Thursday, the 13th of December, 1821, before Newman Knowles, Esq., the common sergeant of the city of London /
Report of the trial of an ejectment on the title, at Cork, Summer assizes, 1818 before Mr. Justice Mayne, and a special jury of the county of Cork : wherein-the lessee of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, and of others was plaintiff, and the mayor, bailiffs, burgesses and commonalty of the town of Youghal, were defendants.
Report of the trial of Evan Poultney on the charge of felony before Harford County Court, March term, 1836.
The Right Hon. the Earl of Erne, plaintiff, John Grey Vesey Porter, Esq., defendant report of the trial of an action for libel had in this cause : before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury on the 12th and 14th February, 1859 /
Report of the trial of Dr. Samuel Thomson, the founder of the Thomsonian practice for an alleged libel in warning the public against the impositions of Paine D. Badger, as a Thomsonian physician sailing under false colors : before Judge Thacher, in the Municipal Court of Boston, April term, 1839.
Report of the trial of Jacob Cochrane on sundry charges of adultery and lewd and lascivious conduct : before the Supreme Judicial Court, begun and holden at York, within and for the county of York, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the third Tuesday of May, 1819 /
Report of the trial of Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esq. on an information filed, ex officio, by the Attorney General, for the distribution of a libel : with the subsequent proceedings thereon : containing the arguments of counsel, the opinion of the court, and Mr. Rowan's address to the court at full.
Report of the trial of Ann Saffen versus Edward Seaman for seduction.
Report of the trial of Cairns, Turnbull, Smith and Lamb before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh on Monday the 18th of December, 1837 for the crimes of mobbing and rioting and assault, committed at Hawick on the occasion of the late election of a member of Parliament for the county of Roxburgh /
Report of the trial of Archibald Prentice for an alleged libel on Captain Grimshaw, at the Salford quarter sessions, 14th July, 1831.
Report of the trial of Elizabeth Fenning charged with administering poison with intent to murder : whereupon she was found guilty before Sir J. Silvester, the recorder, at the Old Bailey, April 11, 1815, and suffered death : including all the evidence omitted in the sessions paper report /
Report of the trial of an action brought by Mrs. Sarah Bingham against the Rev. John Gardiner, D.D. for a malicious libel, imputing to her that she had stolen a one pound note : which took place at Wells on Thursday the 17th Aug., 1820, before the Honourable Mr. Justice Burrough and a special jury : with a preface.
Report of the trial of Abraham Prescott on an indictment for the murder of Mrs. Sally Cochran : before the Court of Common Pleas, holden at Concord in the county of Merrimack on the first Tuesday of September, A.D. 1834.
Report of the trial of an action of debt brought by the Corporation of Queenborough against Edward Skey, (one of the burgesses) to recover panalties for the breach of two bye-laws made by the select body of the corporation in 1822, and re-enacted in 1824 : which was tried at Maidstone, at the Autumn assizes for the county of Kent, before the Honourable Mr. Justice Park and a special jury /
Report of the trial of an action, wherein the Honourable Frederick Cavendish was plaintiff, and the Hope Insurance Company of London were defendants before the Right Hon. John Lord Norbury, chief justice of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, and a special jury, which continued from Thursday 18th to Tuesday 23d February, 1813.
Report of the trial of Ammi Rogers for a high crime and misdemeanor in a brutal and high handed assault on the body of Asenath Caroline Smith of Griswold, Con., before the Hon. Asa Chapman, one of the judges of the Supreme Court of the state of Connecticut at New-London on the 5th, 6th, and 7th days of October, 1820 : from notes carefully taken at the trial : with an account of the whole transaction as developed by the testimony of said Asenath in her examination before the magistrate by whom Rogers was bound over /
Report of the trial of Dennis Gunn for the murder of Mr. Augustus Edward Braithwaite, postmaster at Ponsonby, Auckland, on Saturday, 13th March, 1920 : held before the Honourable Mr. Justice F.R. Chapman, at Auckland, on the 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th May, 1920.
Report of the trial of Dr. Smith and Robert Campbell on a charge of wilful fire-raising, at the farm of the Haughs of Kinnaird, near Brechin, before the High Court of Justiciary, on the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th January, 1855.
Report of the trial of James Johnson, a black man for the murder of Lewis Robinson, a black man, on the 23d of October last : also, the trial of John Sinclair, a German, aged seventy-seven years, for the murder of David Hill, on the eighth day of April last : had before his Honour, Chief Justice Kent, the Hon. Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and the Hon. Josiah Ogden Hoffman, recorder of the city of New-York, on Wednesday, the 19th, and Thursday, the 20th December, 1810 /
Report of the trial of an action between Captain George Richardson plaintiff, and William Mellish, Esq., defendant, before the right Honourable Lord Gifford, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas and a special jury at the Guildhall of the city of London, on Wednesday the 25th day of February, 1824, and also of the motion for a new trial, &c., in the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, from the short-hand writers notes.
Report of the trial of Dr. Wm. H. Stokes and Mary Blenkinsop, physician and sister superior of Mount Hope Institution before the Circuit Court for Baltimore Co., Md., held at Towsontown, Tuesday, February 6, 1866 /
Report of the trial of an action, Viana v. Pratt in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Monday, October 15, 1827, before Lord Tenterden and a special jury /
Report of the trial in the action of damages at the instance of George Glover, Esq., surgeon, and lately surgeon of the Edinburgh Police against James Syme, Esq., professor of Clinical Surgery in the University of Edinburgh before the Lord Justice-Clerk and a jury, at Edinburgh, on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th January 1855 /
Report of the trial of Eunice Hall vs. Robert Grant for slander tried before the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Essex in New-Jersey, and a special jury, in June term, 1821 /
Report of the trial of Bradbury Ferguson, on an indictment for the murder of Mrs. Eliza Ann Ferguson, and a report of the trial of George F. Willey, on an indictment for the murder of David Glass at the term of the Court of Common Pleas, holden at Portsmouth, in the county of Rockingham, on Tuesday the third Tuesday of February, A.D. 1841 /
Report of the trial in the case of Duke of Richmond versus John Magee before Chief Justice Downes and a special jury, July 26, 1813 : to which is prefixed a report of several motions, grounded on Mr. Magee's affidavit to postpone his trial until Michaelmas term.
Report of the trial of an action of ejectment, between Mr. Charles Edmund Grindall, as lessor of the plaintiff, and Captain Sturt Grindall, R.N., defendant
Report of the trial of Adonijah Bailey on an indictment for the murder of Jeremiah W. Pollock at the Superior Court held at Brooklyn, in the county of Windham, Connecticut on the 12th, 13th and 14th days of January, 1825.
Report of the trial of Samuel John Thorne for the murder of Mr. Sydney Seymour Eyre, a farmer at Pukekawa, in the Auckland District, on 25th August, 1920 : held before the Honourable Mr. Justice F.R. Chapman, at Auckland, on the 29th and 30th November and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd December, 1920.
Report of the trial of Levi Weeks on an indictment for the murder of Gulielma Sands on Monday the thirty-first day of March and Tuesday the first day of April, 1800 /
Report of the trial of Prof. John W. Webster indicted for the murder of Dr. George Parkman, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, on Tuesday, March 19, 1850 /
Report of the trial of the case of the Very Rev. Dean Adams versus Major Dundas, for seduction tried in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, before the Chief Baron and a special jury, on the 26th and 27th days of May, 1831 /
Report of the trial of Robert Kelly for the murder of Head-Constable Talbot, at the city of Dublin Commission Court, October, 1871 /
Report of the trial of the action of damages for defamation at the instance of Captain Hector Maclean, residing in the island of Mull, against the Reverend Alexander Fraser, minister of the parish of Torosay before the Lord Chief Commissioner and a common jury.
Report of the trial of John Van Daniker on a charge of embezzlement, in his capacity as conductor on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad (Pennsylvania R.R. Co., lessee,) before His Honor John P. Vincent, president judge of Court of Quarterly Sessions, of Erie County, Penna, May session, 1867.
Report of the trial of the action, Bogle versus Lawson for a libel published in "The Times", London-newspaper : tried at the Summer assizes for the county of Surrey, held at Croydon, Monday, August 16, 1841 : before the Right Honourable Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal, knt., lord chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and a special jury : together with the proceedings of a public meeting of merchants, bankers, and others, held at the Mansion House, London, Friday, October 1, 1841, on the subject of such action, and of the committee then appointed : and also a list of subscribers to "The Times" testimonial /
Report of the trial of John Wade for arson : before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Dedham, Oct. term, 1835.
Report of the trial of John McKinney for the murder of Conrad Bauer, at the Essex County Court of Oyer and Terminer, January term, 1856.
Report of the trial of Martin O. Walker, Esq. upon an indictment for perjury : before the Recorder's Court of the city of Chicago, at the March term, A.D. 1856.
Report of the trial of McLaurin F. Cooke, sub-master of the Eliot School, of the city of Boston for an assault and battery upon Thomas J. Wall, a pupil of that school : with the arguments of counsel and the opinion of the court reported in full /
Sutton and Ash versus Charles Shaw report of the trial of the action Sutton & Ash v. Charles Shaw : tried at the Warwick Assizes, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 3rd and 4th days of April, 1850, before Lord Chief Justice Campbell and a special jury /
Report of the trial of Jason Fairbanks on an indictment for the murder of Miss Elizabeth Fales : at the Supreme Court, holden at Dedham, in the county of Norfolk, on Thursday the 6th, and Friday the 7th days of August, 1801.
Report of the trial of Mr. John Murray in the Court of King's Bench, at Westminster Hall, the 19th December, 1829 : on an indictment for a libel on Messrs. Lecesne and Escoffery, of Jamaica.
Report of the trial of the cause Carew against Burrell, bt. and another executors of the late Earl of Egremont at the Sussex Spring Assizes, held at Lewes, on Wednesday, March 18th, 1840, before Mr. Justice Littledale, and a special jury /
Report of the trial of Leonard Simons and Eber Wheaton in the Court of General Sessions, on the 13th of May, 1823, for a libel on Leonard Gordon, with notes, critical and explanatory /
Report of the trial of Mr. Joseph Blackburn, attorney at law, Leeds for forgery, at the Yorkshire Assizes : with an appendix, containing some details relative to the attempts that were made to obtain for him the extension of the Royal clemency and some particulars respecting his execution, &c.
Report of the trial of the indictment, the Queen v. Magill tried at the county of Antrim, Summer assizes, 1859 : (held at Belfast,) before the Lord Chief Baron Pigot, and the following special jury, Edward Harris Clarke (foreman), William Mitchell, James Darbishire, Arthur C. Weir, James Gardiner, Richard Grueber, William M'Ferran, Montague B. Mulligan, Thomas Major, Frederick Kinahan, Jonathan Cordukes, and John Macaw, Esqrs.
Report of the trial of Richard Dennis, the younger for the murder of James Shaw, on the 20th of August, 1804 /
Life, letters, and last conversation of John Caldwell Colt who committed suicide at the New York City Prison, Nov. 18, 1842, just before the time appointed for his execution for the murder of Samuel Adams, printer, on the 18th Sept., 1841.
Southern election frauds, fragrant and systematic corruption of the ballot-box in Southern states by the democratic election managers, Mackey vs. Dibble speech of Hon. Samuel H. Miller of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, May 30th, 1882.
Report from the Lords committees appointed to examine precedents relative to the state of the impeachment against Warren Hastings Esquire, brought up from the Commons and proceeded upon in the last Parliament
In the Supreme Court of Missouri, October term, 1856, Louis G. Picot, trustee under the will of Mrs. Ann Biddle, deceased, plaintiff, against Daniel D. Page, Lewis V. Bogy, and Louis A. Benoist, defendants error to the St. Louis Court of Common Pleas.
In the House of Lords, from the Court of Session in Scotland, Lord Henry Weysford Charles Plantagenet Hastings, and Patrick Dalmahoy, writer to the signet, his tutor ad litem, appellants, Lady Edith Rawdon Hastings, and Mathew Norman MacDonald, writer to the signet, her tutor ad litem, respondents the respondents' case.
Report of the trial of the cause, Judd v. Graham tried at the castle of York, before Mr. Justice Parke, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1832.
Report of the trial of John Warren for treason-felony, at the county Dublin Commission, held at the Court-House, Green-Street, Dublin, commencing the 30th October, 1867 /
Report of the trial of the cause of Doe on the demise of Thomas Parker Bainbrigge, plaintiff, and William Arnold Bainbrigge, defendant at the Staffordshire Summer assizes, 1850, before Lord Chief Justice Campbell, and a special jury : with reference to the last will and testament of Thomas Bainbrigge, late of Woodseat, Esquire, deceased /
Report of the trial of John Boies for the murder of his wife, Jane Boies, at an adjourned term of the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Dedham, for the county of Norfolk, June 2, 1829.
Report of the trial of Richard D. Croucher on an indictment for a rape on Margaret Miller, on Tuesday, the 8th day of July, 1800 /
Report of the trial of Joshua Nettles and Elizabeth Cannon for the murder of John Cannon, on the night of the 24th October, 1804 /
Report of the trial of James Nesbett for the murder of Mr. Parker & Sarah Brown, at Woolwich, on Monday the third of March, 1820 : before Mr. Baron Wood, at Maidstone Assizes, on Friday, July 28th, 1820 : for the prosecution, Mr. Common Serjeant, Mr. Chitty, for the defence, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Dowling : with an account of his execution and confession.
Report of the trial of Mrs. Gilmour for the alleged murder of her husband : with an appendix, containing the medical reports and other documents founded on at the trial and an account of the proceedings before the president and other courts of America, relative to her arrest and surrender to the British authorities, under the Ashburton Treaty : to which is prefixed a notice of her life.
Report of the trial of John Thomson alias Peter Walker before the Circuit Court of Justiciary at Glasgow, 22d to 24th December 1857 : for the murder of Agnes Montgomery by prussic acid, and subsequent administration prussic acid to Agnes Stenhouse or Mason and Archibald Mason : with introductory observations on the medico-legal points of the case /
Report of the trial of the dynamitards Terence M'Dermott, Thomas Devany, Peter Callaghan, or Kellochan, Henry M'Cann, James M'Cullagh, or M'Culloch, James Donnelly, James Kelly, Patrick M'Cabe, Patrick Drum, Denis Casey : before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, December 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st, 1883 : for treason-felony, under the statute 11 Vict. Cap.12, section 3, or, otherwise conspiracy to effect an alteration of the laws and constitution of the Realm by force and violence /
Report of the trial of Jason Fairbanks on an indictment for the murder of Elizabeth Fales : at the Supreme Court, holden at Dedham, in the county of Norfolk, on Thursday the 6th, and Friday the 7th days of August, 1801.
Report of the trial of Mr. Thomas Menzies for an alleged assault upon Mr. William Auld of Leith : before the High Court of Justiciary, on Monday, 28th March 1825 /
The Maitland distillery case report of the trial of Mr. S.S. Halladay, at the York and Peel Assizes : before the Hon. Justice John Wilson, January 8-12, 1866 /
Report of the trial of the cause, "Lawton vs. Tarratt, et al." (at Nisi Prius,) at the Circuit Court, at the city of Saint John, New Brunswick, May 26th to June 13th, 1857, before His Honor Chief Justice Carter, and a special jury /
Report of the trial, Timothy Upham vs. Hill & Barton for an alleged libel, at the Court of Common Pleas, Rockingham County, October term, 1830 /
Report of the trial of the proceedings in the action of suspension and interdict at the instance of Mrs. H. Siddons, of the Theatre Royal, against Mr. Corbet Ryder, of the Caledonian Theatre containing bill of suspension and answers, the patent of the Theatre-Royal, assignation thereof and lease of the patent, with the viva voce [i.e., voice] pleadings of the counsel, and opinions of the judges /
Report of the trial of the issue directed by the Lord Chancellor, in the case of Hincks and others v. Turnly at the county of Antrim, Summer assizes, 1848 : before the lord chief justice, and the following special jury, viz., William John Ferguson, Thomas Sinclaire, Jacob Bell, George Pim, David Blizzard, John Forsythe, William Steen, James Cochran, Hugh Swan, James Hunter, Frederick Lewis, & William Barbour, Esquires /
Report of the trial, the King (at the instance of Stanley Goddard,) versus Charles Frederick Holland, and John Appleton, (both of Cornhill) upon an assignment of perjury, at the Old Bailey, before Mr. Common Serjeant and a London jury, February 23, 1820.
Report of the trials of Michael Mellon, the Lancaster mail robber and George Wilson and James Porter alias May, the reading mail robbers before the Honourable Judges Baldwin and Hopkinson, in the Circuit Court of the United States, holden in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, of April session, 1830 /
The bankruptcy of James McClure, the Younger report of trials at the Spring Assizes, at Liverpool, March 31st and April 2nd and 3rd, 1860 : Fraser and others (assignees) versus Elias Levy and Co., same v. Sampson Sampson, same v. Samuel Levy.
Report of the trials of Thomas F. Burke and others for high treason and treason-felony, &c., at the Special Commission, Dublin, held at the Court-House, Green-Street, Dublin, commencing 8th April, 1867 /
Report of the trial the King at the prosecution of Henry Dean Grady, Esq., against Helen Richards, otherwise Grady, and others for a conspiracy to force John Hely Hutchinson Grady, an infant, under the age of twenty-one years, to marry the said Helen Richards, otherwise Grady : before the Lord Chief Justice, in the Court of King's Bench, on the 22d, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th of February, 1828 /
Report of the trial of the so-called Bernera rioters at Stornoway, on the 17th and 18th July 1874, with address to the jury by the agent for the defence and charge by the Sheriff.
Report of the trial of the libel suit of Dr. G.S. Howard of Carleton Place, Ont., against the "Montreal Star"
Report of the trial of Waterhouse v. Colonel Berkeley, for crim. con. which was tried at the Glocester Lent Assizes, on Saturday, April 7, 1821, before Sir J.A. Park and a special jury : copied verbatim from the observer of April 15th.
Report of the Ulverston will cause, doe dem., Neale v. Posthethwaite & ano. tried before Mr. Justice Coleridge and a special jury, at Lancaster, on the 9th and 10th August, 1836.
Report of the trial, the King (on the prosecution of E.J. Littleton, Esq., M.P.) versus Robert Harvey Wyatt for a conspiracy tried at the Glocester Lent Assizes, 1829, before the Honourable Mr. Justice Park, and a special jury : with an appendix, containing the documentary evidence, consisting of the accounts of the commissioners appointed by the Teddesley Enclosure Act.
In the Exchequer of Pleas, Hills versus the London Gaslight Company report of the trial of this cause at the Guildford Summer Assizes by special jury before the Hon. Mr. Baron Bramwell : commencing on Tuesday the 10th, and terminating on Saturday the 14th August, 1858 /
Report of the trial of Thos. Greensmith before Sir James Allan Park, in the county Hall, Nottingham, Saturday, July 22, 1837 : for the wilful murder of his four children, at Basford : to which is added, by permission, Dr. Blake's correspondence with the Secretary of State for the Home department.
Report of the trial of the Sag Mill cause between Paul Topping, pl'tiff., [i.e., plaintiff] and Hiram Sanford and others, defendants, at the Suffolk Circuit, September 1842 : with some of the law in relation to highways /
Report of the trials at the Dublin Commission Court, April and May 1883, of the prisoners charged with the Phجnix Park murder the attempt to murder Mr. Field and the conspiracy to murder : before the Hon. Mr. Justice O'Brien /
Report of the trials of the pitmen and others concerned in the late riots, murders, &c., in the Hetton and other collieries, at the Durham Summer Assizes, 1832 : including a full report of Mr. Justice Parke's charge to the grand jury.
Report of the trial of William Palmer for poisoning John Parsons Cook at Rugeley : from the short-hand notes taken in the Central Criminal Court from day to day.
Report of the trial of Thomas Bent Hodgson, Esq. and others charged with a conspiracy, at the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Wednesday & Thursday, the 21st & 22d of December 1831, by a special jury : before the Right Hon. Lord Tenterden /
Report of the trial, the Queen vs. Lieut. William G. Griffith, Eleanor Johnson, and Elizabeth Byndloss the former for a rape on the body of Frances E. Baynes, and the two latter for being accessories thereto : comprising the evidence in chief and cross-examinations in full and verbatim, the pleadings of counsel, and His Honor the Chief Justice's charge.
Report of the trial of William Vamplew Holmes, (one of Mr. Carlile's shopmen) on a charge of sedition and blasphemy : before the common serjeant and a London jury, at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, March 1st, 1822 : with proceedings before trial, and the whole of the defence.
Report of the trial of Watson against Carr for an assault and false imprisonment : before Sir John Bayley, knt. one of the justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, Westminster, at the Guildhall, Newcastle, on Saturday, August 2d, 1823.
Report of the trial of the students on the charge of mobbing, rioting, and assault at the college, on January 11 & 12, 1838
Report of the trial of the information, filed by Her Majesty's attorney-general (Sir R. Bethell) against Humphrey Brown and others, the directors and general manager of the Royal British Bank before Lord Campbell and a special jury, at Guildhall, on the 13th of February, 1858, and twelve following days /
Report of the trials of certain individuals on charges of riot, manslaughter & murder at Ederney & Innishmore, in the county of Fermanagh tried before the Hon. Mr. Justice Moore, at Enniskillen, on the 6th August, 1824, and at the adjourned assizes, commencing on the 26th of same month /
Report of the trial, the people versus Dr. Horatio N. Loomis for libel : tried at the Erie County Oyer and Terminer, June 24, 1850 : Justice Mullett, presiding, John Treanor, Leander J. Roberts, associate justices /
Monmouth Lent Assizes, 1826, in the Ki