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KD371.P6 S72 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 /
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 [1783]
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KD371.P6 S74 2001 Defining a British state : treason and national identity, 1608-1820 / 1
KD371.P6 T39 2019 Complete state trials of the Tudor era / 1
KD371.P6 T44 1817i High-treason the trials at large of Arthur Thistlewood, gent., James Watson, the elder, surgeon, Thomas Preston, cordwainer, and John Hooper, labourer, for high-treason : in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster on Monday, June 9, 1817 / 1
KD371.P6 T45 1820i The trials of Arthur Thistlewood and the other conspirators, for high treason tried at the Sessions House Old Bailey, before Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury, April, 1820 : containing the whole of the evidence at full length : the conversation between Ald. Wood and Arthur Thistlewood : with an account of the execution.
The trials of Arthur Thistlewood, James Ings, John Thomas Brunt, Richard Tidd, William Davidson, and others, for high treason at the sessions house in the Old Bailey, on Monday the 17th, Tuesday the 18th, Wednesday the 19th, Friday the 21st, Saturday the 22nd, Monday the 24th, Tuesday the 25th, Wednesday the 26th, Thursday the 27th, andFriday the 28th of April, 1820 : with the antecedent proceedings /
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KD371.P6 T66 1795i The proceedings, at large, on the trial of John Horne Tooke for high treason at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, from Monday the 17th, to Saturday the 22d of November, 1794 ... / 1
KD371.P6 T74 2002 Treason and the state : law, politics and ideology in the English Civil War / 1
KD371.P6 T74 2002eb Treason and the state : law, politics and ideology in the English Civil War / 1
KD371.P6 T79 1691 The tryal and condemnation together with thee [sic] execution of Capt. Ashtoun for high-treason in conspiring the dethroning of Their Majesties and the landing of a French army in England, trayed January the 19. 1
KD371.P6 W38 1817i The trial of James Watson for high treason at the bar of the Court of King's Bench on Monday the 9th, Tuesday the 10th, Wednesday the 11th, Thursday the 12th, Friday the 13th, Saturday the 14th, and Monday the 16th of June, 1817 : with the antecedent proceedings / 1
KD371.P6 W42 1995 Treason : famous English treason trials / 1
KD371.P6 W47 A selection of cases from the State trials : trials for treason (1327-[1681]) / 1
KD371.P6 W55 1820i 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 engraving / 1
KD371.P6 W55 1879i A selection of cases from the state trials 1
KD371.S48 B57 2013eb Modern women on trial : sexual transgression in the age of the flapper / 1
KD371.S48 S63 1986 Sodomy trials : seven documents. 1
KD371.S48 S65 2020 Researching English sexual violence trials using court observation methods / 1
KD371 .T7 1641 By the Kings Maiesty were accused with seven articles of high treason, these worthy members in the House of Commons in Parliament, Monday Ian. 3, 1641 viz. the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Iohn Pym esquire, Denzill Hollis esquire, Iohn Hampden esquire, Sir Arthur Haslerig Kt., William Strowd esquire. 2
KD371.T7 E922 An Exact abridgment of all the trials (not omitting any material passage therein) which have been published since the year 1678 relating to the popish and pretended Protestant plots in the reigns of King Charles the 2d and King James the 2d. 2
KD371.T7 F72 1696 The tryal and condemnation of Sir John Friend, Knight for conspiring to raise rebellion in these kingdoms : in order to a French invasion : who upon full evidence was found guilty of high-treason at the sessions-house in the Old Bayly, March 23th, 1695/6. 2