Call Number (LC) Title Results
KD372.B53 B53 1929i The Bank of England forgery 1
KD372.B56 B56 1814i Proceedings in a trial, the King, on the prosecution of James Cooper, against the Rev. Richard Bingham and on a motion for a new trial, and on the defendant's being brought up for judgment / 1
KD372.B57 B57 1822i In the King's Bench between Thomas Redford, plaintiff, and Hugh Hornby Birley, Alexander Oliver, Richard Withington, and Edward Meagher, defendants for an assault on the 16th of August, 1819 report of the proceedings on the trial of this cause at Lancaster, on Thursday the 4th, Friday the 5th, Saturday the 6th, Monday the 8th, and Tuesday the 9th, days of April, 1822 : before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a special jury, and the judgment of the Court of King's Bench in Easter term following, upon an application on the part of the plaintiff, for a rule to shew cause why a new trial should not be granted /
In the King's Bench between Thomas Redford, plaintiff, and Hugh Hornby Birley, Alexander Oliver, Richard Withington, and Edward Meagher, defendants, for an assault on the 16th. of August, 1819 report of the proceedings on the trial of this cause at Lancaster, on Thursday the 4th., Friday the 5th., Saturday the 6th., Monday the 8th., and Tuesday the 9th. days of April, 1822, before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a special jury, and the judgment of the Court of King's Bench in Easter term following, upon an application on the part of the plaintiff, for a rule to shew cause why a new trial should not be granted /
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KD372.B575 B57 1832i The history of the London burkers containing faithful and authentic account of the horrid acts of the noted resurrectionists Bishop, Williams, May, etc., etc., and their trial and condemnation at the Old Bailey for the wilful murder of Carlo Ferrari, with the criminals' confessions after trial : including also the life, character, and behaviour of the atrocious Eliza Ross, the murderer of Mrs. Walsh, etc., etc. 1
KD372.B6 R65 Trial of Mary Blandy / 1
KD372.B6 R65 1914i Trial of Mary Blandy 1
KD372 .B63 1680 A True account of the proceedings at the Sessions for London and Middlesex begun in the Old-Bailey on Wednesday the twenty-sixth of May, 1680 giving the substance of the tryals of several malefactors, the number and crimes of those comdemned, burnt in the hand &c. : with an account of the proceedings against Captain Tom. 2
KD372.B63 B63 1752i The tryal of Mary Blandy, spinster, for the murder of her father, Francis Blandy, gent. at the Assizes held at Oxford for the county of Oxford, on Saturday the 29th of February, 1752 before the Honourable Heneage Legge, Esq. and Sir Sydney Stafford Smythe, Knt., two of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer / 1
KD372.B63 B63 1914i Trial of Mary Blandy 1
KD372.B63 S76 1752i A letter from a clergyman to Miss Mary Blandy, now a prisoner in Oxford Castle, with her answer thereto as also Miss Blandy's own narrative of the crime for which she is condemn'd to die ; the original copy of this letter in Miss Blandy's own hand-writing, for the satisfaction of the public, is left with the publisher in London. 1
KD372.B63755 B637 1778i The trial of Thomas Boulter and James Caldwell the two noted flying highwaymen, who have for some time past committed numerous highway robberies in all parts of this kingdom : convicted at the castle of Winchester, on Friday the 31st of July, 1778, before the Hon. Sir Francis Buller, knt., of robbing William Embery on the King's Highway, near Horn-Dean, Hants, and of stopping and robbing the passengers in the Bath diligence, between Romsey and Southampton, in the same country / 1
KD372.B6385 T83 1818i A narrative of the conspiracy for the forcible abduction of Miss Maria Glenn containing an account of the personations of the young lady and the proofs of her innocence. 1
KD372.B65 T78 1772i A true and genuine account of the life, trial, and execution of James Bolland late officer to the Sheriff of Middlesex, who was executed at Tyburn, March 18, 1772, for forgery. 1
KD372.B66 B66 1793i The trial of Benjamin Booth, at the Manchester Sessions, Saturday, July 27, 1793, for speaking seditious words 1
KD372.B67 B67 1682i The tryal and condemnation of George Borosky alias Boratzi, Christopher Vratz, and John Stern for the barbarous murder of Thomas Thynn, Esq. : together with the tryal of Charles John, Count Coningsmark, as accessary before the fact to the same murder, who was acquitted of the said offence : at the Sessions in the Old Bailey, Tuesday February 28, 1681. 1
KD372.B68 B68 1789i The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq. for adultery and cruelty first heard in the Arches Court of Doctors Commons, and, in consequence of an appeal, determined in a Court of Delegates on the 2d of this instant, when the Right Honourable the Countess of Strathmore obtained a divorce.
The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq., for adultery and cruelty first heard in the Arches Court of Doctors Commons, and, in consequence of an appeal, determined in a Court of Delegates on the 2d of this instant, when the Right Honourable the Countess of Strathmore obtained a divorce.
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KD372.B69 B69 1822i Report of the trial of Humphrey Boyle indicted at the instance of the Constitutional Association, as "a man with name unknown, " for pubtishing an alledged blasphemous and seditious libel, as one of the shopmen of Mr. Carlile, which took place before Mr. Common Sergeant Denman, and a common jury, at the Old Bailey Sessions House, on the 27th of May, 1822 : with a narrative of the proceedings against the defendant before trial : to which is attached, the trial of Joseph Rhodes, under the name of Wm. Holmes, as forced upon him, for publishing a copy of the same pamphlet. 1
KD372 .B7 1921 Trial of Deacon Brodie / 1
KD372.B72 A78 1641i Articles of accusation, exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled, against Sr. John Bramston, Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley, Knight, justices of His Majesties bench, Sr. Francis Crawley, Knight, one of the justices of the common-pleas, Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties exchequer 1
KD372.B73 B73 1877i The Queen v. Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant (specially reported) 1