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KD372.Q45 Q45 1705i 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 Brazil, &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. 1
KD372.R43 R43 1679i The tryal of Nathaniel Reading, Esq., for attempting to stifle the King's 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 1000 £, imprisoned for one year, and to be set in the pillory on Monday then next following. 1
KD372.R63 R63 1801i Who are the swindlers? a query / 1
KD372.R66 R66 1696i The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation of Ambrose Rookwood, for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty King William, in order to a French invasion of this kingdom who upon full evidence was found guilty of high treason before His Majesty's justices of Oyer and Terminer, at Westminster on Tuesday the 21st of April 1696, and received sentence the day following, and was executed at Tyburn on the 29th day of the said month : in which tryal is contained all the learned arguments of the King's council and likewise the council for the prisoner, upon the new act of Parliament for regulating tryals in cases of treason. 1
KD372.R68 R68 1862i The great forgeries of William Roupell, late M.P. for Lambeth official report of the trial at Guildford, in the case of Roupell v. Waite / 1
KD372.R87 L54 1849i Life, trial, and execution of James Blomfield Rush of Potash Farm, near Wymondham for the murder of Isaac Jermy, Esq., recorder of Norwich, and of Jermy Jermy, Esq., his son, at their residence, Stanfield Hall, Norfolk ; with portrait, correct views, and plans of Stanfield Hall and Potash Farm. 1
KD372.R87 R87 1928i Trial of James Blomfield Rush 1
KD372.R88 A85 1689i A defence of the late Lord Russel's innocency by way of answer or confutation of a libellous pamphlet intituled, An antidote against poyson : with two letters of the author of this book upon the subject of his Lordship's tryal ; together with an Argument in the great case concerning elections of Members to Parliament, between Sr Samuel Barnardiston, bar., plaintiff, and Sr Will. Soames, sheriff of Suffolk, defend', in the Court of Kings-Bench, in an action upon the case, and afterwards by error sued in the Exchequer-Chamber / 1
KD372.R88 R87 1683i The last speech & behaviour of William late Lord Russel, upon the scaffold in Lincolns-Inne-Fields, a little before his execution, on Saturday, July 21. 1683, being condemned for high-treason in conspiring the death of the King and the subversion of the government, &c., together with the paper delivered by him to the sheriffs, and signed with his own hand also The last speeches, behaviour, and prayers of Capt. Thomas Walcot, John Rouse Gent. & William Hone joyner : a little before their execution at Tyburn, on Friday the 20th of July 1683, being condemned for high-treason in conspiring, &c. / 1
KD372.R88 R88 1683i The speech of the late Lord Russel, to the sheriffs together with the paper delivered by him to them, at the place of execution, on July 21. 1
KD372.R885 R885 1905i Rex v. Russell report of the trial of Sir Edward Russell, at the Liverpool Assizes for criminal libel in the "Liverpool Daily Post and Mercury," together with the proceedings on the application for a rule before the Divisional Court. 1
KD372.R9 S4 1928 Trial of James Blomfield Rush / 1
KD372.S2 .F6 1709 For the tryal of Dr. Henry Sacheverell in Westminster Hall, the 20[th] day of March, 1709. 1
KD372.S23 B87 1710i The Bishop of Salisbury's, and the Bishop of Oxford's speeches in the House of Lords, on the first article of the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell also the Bishop of Lincoln's and Bishop of Norwich's speeches at the opening of the second article of the said impeachment. 1
KD372.S23 C66 1710i A compleat history of the whole proceedings of the Parliament of Great Britain against Dr. Henry Sacheverell with his tryal before the House of Peers : for high crimes and misdemeanors, the reasons of those Lords that enter'd their protests, and the speeches of several Lords before judgment was given. 1
KD372.S23 S2333 1710i Collections of passages referr'd to by Dr. Henry Sacheverell in his Answer to the articles of his impeachment under four heads, I. Testimonies concerning the doctrine of non-resistance to the supreme powers. II. Blasphemous, irreligious, and heretical positions lately publish'd. III. The church, and clergy abus'd. IV. The Queen, state, and ministry reflected upon. 1
KD372.S23 S25 1710i The speech of Henry Sacheverell, D.D. upon his impeachment at the bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster-Hall, March 7, 1709/10 1
KD372.S23 S332 1710i The tryal of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, before the House of Peers, for high crimes and misdemeanors upon an impeachment by the knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves, and of all the Commons of Great Britain : begun in Westminster-Hall the 27th day of February, 1709/10, and from thence continued by several adjournments until the 23d day of March following. 1
KD372.S23 T65 1711i High-church display'd being a compleat history of the affair of Dr. Sacheverel, in its origin, progress, and consequences, in several letters to an English gentleman at the court of Hanover : with an alphabetical index, by which at one view any particular in the doctor's history and tryal may be found : fit to be kept in all familys as a storehouse of arguments in defence of the constitution. 1
KD372.S26 S26 1688i The proceedings and tryal in the case of the Most Reverend Father in God William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury and the Right Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, John Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Jonathan Lord Bishop of Bristol : in the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, in Trinity-Term in fourth year of the reign of King James the Second, Annoque Dom., 1688. 1