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KD372.K46 B75 1955i The tragedy at Road-hill House being the true chronicle of a celebrated murder which occurred at Road-hill House, Wilts, England, on June 30, 1860, and which involved a lovely young girl, Constance Kent, who refused to defend herself from the wicked charge of slaying her infant step-brother, and whose trial and its sensational sequel inflamed the people of two countries to fever pitch : here is new evidence which raises fresh doubts whether justice was done / 1
KD372.K46 H36 1871i The medico-legal value of confession as an evidence of guilt 1
KD372.K46 R56 The case of Constance Kent / 1
KD372.K46 S73 1861i The great crime of 1860 being a summary of the facts relating to the murder committed at Road, a critical review of its social and scientific aspects, and an authorised account of the family ; with an appendix, containing the evidence taken at the various inquiries /
The great crime of 1860 being a summary of the facts relating to the murder committed at road : a critical review of its social and scientific aspects and an authorized account of the family : with an appendix containing the evidence taken at various inquiries /
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KD372.K53 K53 1701i The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Captain William Kidd, for murther and piracy, upon six several indictments, at the Admiralty-Sessions, held by His Majesty's commission at the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 8th. and Friday the 9th. of May, 1701 who, upon full evidence, was found guilty, receiv'd sentence, and was accordingly executed at execution-dock, May the 23rd : as also, the tryals of Nicholas Churchill, James Howe, Robert Lamley, William Jenkins, Gabriel Loff, Hugh Parrot, Richard Barlicorn, Abel Owens, and Darby Mullins, at the same time and place for piracy : perused by the judges and council : to which are added, Captain Kidd's two commissions, one under the great seal of England, and the other under the great seal of the Court of Admiralty.
The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Captain William Kidd for murther and piracy upon six several indictments, at the Admiralty-Sessions, held by His Majesty's Commission at the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 8th and Friday the 9th of May, 1701, who upon full evidence was found guilty, receiv'd sentence and was accordingly executed at Execution-Dock, May the 23d : as also, the tryals of Nicholas Churchill, James Howe, Robert Lamley, William Jenkins, Gabriel Loss, Hugh Parrot, Richard Barlicorn, Abel Owens and Darby Mullins, at the same time and place for piracy, perused by the judges and council : to which are added, Captain Kidd's two commissions, one under the great seal of England and the other under the great seal of the Court of Admiralty.
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KD372.K53 K53 1930i Trial of Captain Kidd 1
KD372.K53 K53 1936i The tryal of Capt. William Kidd for murther & piracy upon six several indictments as also the tryals of Nicholas Churchill, James Howe, Robert Lamley, William Jenkins, Gabriel Loff, Hugh Parrot, Abel Owens, Richard Barlicorn, & Darby Mullins, at the Admiralty sessions held at the Old Bailey, London, on the 8th & 9th of May, 1701 / 1
KD372.K56 R64 2020eb Murder on the Middle Passage : the trial of Captain Kimber /
Murder on the middle passage : the trial of Captain Kimber /
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KD372.K566 K566 1819i The trial of John Kinnear, Lewis Levy, & Mozely Woolf, indicted with John Meyer and others, for a conspiracy at Guildhall, London before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury, on the 20th and 21st days of April, 1819 : to which is added, the further proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, on the motion for a new trial and the sentence with the proceedings on the motion against Mr. Pearson / 1
KD372.K57 1684 A true paper delivered by Edmund Kirk, Vintner, (who was executed at Tyburn the 11. of July) for barbarously murthering his wife containing his confession and many other passages relating to his birth, parentage, education, and life .. 1
KD372.K68 K68 1680i The tryal and conviction of Thomas Knox and John Lane for a conspiracy to defame and scandalize Dr. Oates and Mr. Bedloe, thereby to discredit their evidence about the horrid Popish Plot at the Kings-Bench-bar at Westminster on Tuesday the 25th of Novemb. 1679, before the Right Honourable Sir William Scroggs, knight, Lord Chief Justice, and other judges of that court, where upon full evidence they were found guilty of the offence aforesaid. 1
KD372.K68 O28 1680i An exact and faithful narrative of the horrid conspiracy of Thomas Knox, William Osborne, and John Lane, to invalidate the testimonies of Dr. Titus Oates, and Mr. William Bedlow by charging them with a malicious contrivance against the E. of Danby, and the said Dr. Oates with an attempt of sodomy wherein are exemplified from the originals I. Four forged letters dictated by Thomas Knox, II. Five false informations, one paper of memorials, and one other information against Dr. Oates for sodomy, forged by Knox in the names of Lane and Osborne, III. The informations, depositions, examinations, and confessions of the said Knox, Osborne, and Lane, taken upon oath before Sir William Waller and Edmond Warcup, Esq., IV. An account of some depositions taken before the Lords Committees of Secresie, relating thereunto, V. The breviates of the councel for the King at the trials of the said Knox and Lane, Nov. 25, 1679, wherein full satisfaction is given to the world of the whole cause, by the particular evidences of the witnesses in behalf of the King / 1
KD372.L35 L36 1794i The case of libel, the King v. John Lambert and others, printer and proprietors of the Morning chronicle with the arguments of counsel, and decision of the court, on the general question, "Whether the special jury, first struck and reduced, according to the statute, shall be the jury to try the issue joined between the parties?" 1
KD372.L36 L36 1679i Mr. Langhorn's memoires, with some meditations and devotions of his, during his imprisonment as also his petition to His Majesty, and his speech at his execution / 1
KD372.L36 L36 1913 Trial of George Henry Lamson / 1
KD372.L36 L36 1913i Trial of George Henry Lamson 2
KD372.L375 L37 1679i The tryall of Richard Langhorn Esq., counsellor at law for conspiring the death of the King, subversion of the government and Protestant religion : who upon full evidence was found guilty of high treason, and received sentence accordingly, at the sessions in the Old-Bayley holden for London and Middlesex on Saturday, being the 14th of June 1679. 1
KD372.L395 G74 1723i A report from the Lords committees to whom the report and original papers delivered by the House of Commons at several conferences were referred, and who were impowered by the House of Lords to examine Christopher Layer and such other persons as they from time to time should think proper, and to whom several informations and papers laid before the House by His Majesty's command relating to the conspiracy mentioned in His Majesty's speech at the opening of this Parliament, to be carrying on against his person and government were referred which report was made by His Grace the Duke of Dorset, on Tuesday, the twenty third of April, 1723 : together with the appendix containing examinations, letters and other papers referred to in the said report : as also the resolution of the House thereupon and the thanks given to the Lords Committees by the Lord Chancellor by order of the House. 1
KD372.L395 L395 1722i The whole proceeding upon the arraignment, tryal, conviction and attainder of Christopher Layer, Esq. for high treason, in compassing and imagining the death of the King : in the Court of King's-Bench at Westminster, in Michaelmas Term : in the ninth year of the reign of our Soveraign Lord George, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Annoq, Domini 1722 : perused by the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice, and the rest of the Judges of the Court of King's-Bench, and by the Counsel for His Majesty, and for the prisoner. 1
KD372.L426 L425 1682 An account at large of the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby's arguments at the Court of King's-Bench at Westminster, upon His Lordships motion for bail, the 27th day of May, Term. Pasch. 1682. Together with the judges answers and the Earl's replyes, as they were then truly taken. 1