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KD372.F456 W38 1815i The important results of an elaborate investigation into the mysterious case of Elizabeth Fenning being a detail of extraordinary facts discovered since her execution, including the official report of her singular trial, now first published, and copious notes thereon : also, numerous authentic documents; an argument on her case; a memorial to H.R.H. the Prince Regent; & strictures on a late pamphlet of the prosecutors' apothecary / 1
KD372.F46 F46 1702i The proceedings against Sir John Fenwick, Bar. upon a bill of attainder for high treason together with a copy of a letter sent by Sir John Fenwick to his lady, upon his being taken in Kent : as also of the paper delivered by him to the sheriffs of London and Middlesex, at the place of his execution. 1
KD372.F5 (INTERNET) Articles of impeachment and accusation, exhibited in Parliament against Colonell Nathaniel Fiennes touching his dishonorable surrender of the city and castle of Bristoll, by Clement Walker and William Prynne, Esquires : together with a letter from Mr. Prynne to Colonell Fiennes. 1
KD372.F55 F55 1779i The trial of Humphry Finnimore, Esq. (reputed to be worth forty thousand pounds), who was tried at the quarter session holden for the county of Surrey in the Town-Hall, Southwark, on Thursday the 14th day of January 1779 and convicted of felony in stealing of five turkies, the property of Thomas Humphries with the pleading of the counsel and the speeches of the justices on the 14th and 15th of January when the prisoner's counsel moved the court to respite the sentence, and a copy of the petition presented to His Majesty signed by the fifteen magistrates who were present at the trial : with an address to the person pardoned and another to the reader. 1
KD372.F58 F58 1681i The tryal and condemnation of Edw. Fitz-Harris, Esq., for high-treason at the barr of the Court of King's Bench, at Westminster on Thursday the 9th of June, in Trinity term 1681 : as also the tryal and condemnation of Dr. Oliver Plunket, titular primate of Ireland, for high treason, at the barr of the Court of King's Bench, the same term.
The arraignment and plea of Edw. Fitz-Harris, Esq. with all the arguments in law, and proceedings of the Court of Kings-Bench thereupon, in Easter term 1681.
The confession of Edward Fitz-harys, Esquire written with his own hand, and delivered to Doctor Hawkins, Minister of the Tower, the first of July, 1681 : being the day of his execution : together with his last speech.
The traytors rewarded, or, The execution and confession of Edward Fitz Harris and Oliver Plunket, two notorious traytors, who were drawn to Tyburn on sledges, and there executed on the first of this instant July, 1681 for contriving, and trayterously carrying on the late hellish plot, by not only devising to destroy the life of his Majesty, but to deliver up these kingdoms to a forreign power, &c
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KD372.F58 H38 1681i A narrative, being a true relation of what discourse passed between Dr. Hawkins and Edward Fitz-Harys, Esq., late prisoner in the Tower with the manner of taking his confession. 1
KD372.F58 H38 1689i Remarks upon the tryals of Edward Fitzharris, Stephen Colledge, Count Coningsmark, the Lord Russel, Collonel Sidney, Henry Cornish, and Charles Bateman as also on the Earl of Shaftsbury's grand jury, Wilmore's Homine replegiando, and the award of execution against Sir Thomas Armstrong / 1
KD372.F6 (INTERNET) The examination and tryall of Margaret Fell and George Fox (at the severall assizes held at Lancaster the 14th and 16th days of the first moneth, 1663, and the 29th of the 6th moneth, 1664) for their obedience to Christs command who saith, swear not at all also something in answer to Bishop Lancelot Andrews sermon concerning swearing. 1
KD372.F68 F68 1807i 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 / 1
KD372.F7275 F7275 1717i The tryal of Francis Francia for high treason, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily, on Tuesday Jan. 22, 1716 perused by the Right Honourable the Lord Chief-Baron Bury : and also by the Council for His Majesty, and for the prisoner. 1
KD372.F73 F73 1716i The case of Mr. Francis Francia, the reputed Jew who was acquitted of high treason, at the Sessions House in the Old Baily on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1716 : together with the learned arguments for and against him. 1
KD372.F74 F74 1809i History of the proceedings of the House of Commons, in the inquiry into the conduct of His Royal Highness the Duke of York comprising an authentic copy of the evidence, and an accurate report of all the debates in Parliament, as they occurred in order of time. 1
KD372.F74 F743 1809i The investigation of the charges brought against His Royal Highness the Duke of York 1
KD372.F74 W37 1809i A circumstantial report of the evidence and proceedings upon the charges preferred against His Royal Highness the Duke of York in the capacity of Commander in Chief in the months of February and March 1809 including the whole of the original letters of His Royal Highness the Duke of York, the speeches correctly taken in full of the various members, with all the other documents produced in the course of the investigation and the decision of the House of Commons upon this very important subject / 1
KD372.F75 F75 1819i 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 / 1
KD372.F755 F755 1696i The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Sir John Friend, Knight, for high treason in endeavouring to procure forces from France to invade this kingdom, and conspiring to levy war in this realm for assisting and abetting the said invasion, in order to the deposing of His Sacred Majesty King William, and restoring the late King, at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly, on Monday, March 23, 1695/6; and perused by the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the King's Council, who were present at the tryal. 1
KD372.F76 F76 1840i The trial of John Frost for high treason under a special commission held at Monmouth in December 1839 and January 1840 / 1
KD372 .F84 A Full and true relation of two very remarkable tryals at the quarter-sessions of the peace for the city and liberty of Westminster held in the great hall, on Monday the third of October, and ending the eleventh of the same : the one, for scandalous words, by one Shippon : the other, of a priest in the gate-house, for spoiling a girl of nine years old / 2
KD372.F87 G74 1865i Trial by jury and local self-government embodying the proceedings of the celebrated coroner's inquest on a policeman, killed in an affray whilst interfering in the right of the people to meet in public, to consider their grievances, in Calthorpe street fields, on the 13th May, 1833, showing the determination of an English jury, despite either the blandishments, or intimidation, of the government of the day, to deliver an honest verdict, with a sketch of the prominent part taken therein, by Mr. Samuel Radness Stockton, foreman of the jury / 1
KD372.G37 G37 1680i The tryal of Sr Tho. Gascoyne bar. for high-treason in conspiring the death of the King, the subversion of the government, and alteration of religion : on Wednesday the 11th of February 1679 at the Bar of the Kings Bench before the Right Honourable Sir William Scroggs, Lord Chief Justice, and the rest of the judges of that court. 1