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KF220 .C68 no. 263 Inquest on the death of Agnes E. Lottimer before Dr. George C. Ball, coroner, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 264 The documents and facts in the Irvine-Talbot case with notes on the presentment of Bishop Talbot by William S. Price, Esq. / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 265 United States, Ex Relatione Agustín de Yturbide vs. The Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington 1
KF220 .C68 no. 266 Report of the proceedings on the petition of Mrs. Sarah M. Jarvis for a divorce from her husband, Rev, Samuel F. Jarvis, D.D. L1.D before a committee of the legislature of Connecticut. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 267 Trial of Charles M. Jefferds for murder at New York, December, 1861 / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 268 The great impeachment and trial of Andrew Johnson President of the United States : with the whole of the preliminary proceedings in the House of Representatives, and in the Senate of the United States ; together with the eleven articles of impeachment, and the whole of the proceedings in the court of impeachment, with the verbatim evidence of all the witnesses, and cross-examination of them, with the speeches of the managers and the counsel on both sides, with the decisions of Chief Justice Chase, and the verdict of thecourt ; with portraits of Andrew Johnson, Chief Justice Chase, General U.S. Grant, Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Hon. Benjamin F. Wade, Hon. Benjamin F. Butler, Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, Major-Gen. Lorenzo Thomas. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 268a Trial of Andrew Johnson president of the United States, before the Senate of the United States, on impeachment by the House of Representatives for high crimes and misdemeanors / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 268b Proceedings in the trial of Andrew Johnson president of the United States. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 269 Famous Kentucky tragedies and trials a collection of important and interesting tragedies and criminal trials which have taken place in Kentucky / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 270 Report of the trial and conviction of Louis H.F. Wagner for the murder of Anethe M. Christenson : at a special setting of the Supreme Judicial Court, held at Alfred, Me., June 16, 1873. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 271 The trial of Rev. Geo. B. Vosburgh pastor of the Bergen Baptist church, Jersey City, N.J. for alleged wife poisoning ... / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 272 Closing speech for the state made by Wm. H. Wallace, Esq., prosecuting attorney of Jackson County, Mo., in the trial of Frank James for murder : held at Gallatin, Daviess Co., Mo., in Aug. and Sept., 1883. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 273 Trial of John Keller, and others at a Court of Quarter Sessions, held at Lebanon, November, 1842, before the Hon. Calvin Blythe ... for a conspiracy, riot, unlawful assembly, and assault and battery, at The Hill Church / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 274 Proceedings in the case of the United States vs. William Pitt Kellogg charged with receiving a bribe while a United States senator / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 275 The trial of Frank Kelly for the assassination and murder of Octavius V. Catto, on October 10, 1871 ... / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 276 Report of the evidence & arguments of counsel at the trial of Levi and Laban Kenniston before the Supreme Judicial Court, on an indictment for the robbery of Major Elijah Putnam Goodridge, on the evening of the 19th of December, 1816. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 276a Report of the evidence at the trial of Levi & Laban Kenniston before Hon. Samuel Putnam, on an indictment for the robbery of Major Elijah P. Goodridge, December 19, 1816. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 277 The trials of William S. Smith and Samuel G. Ogden for misdemeanours, had in the Circuit Court of the United States for the New-York District, in July, 1806 : with a preliminary account of the proceedings of the same court against Messrs. Smith & Ogden, in the preceding April term / 1
KF220 .C68 no. 278 The trial of John Kiehl for the poisoning of his wife, Sarah E. Kiehl, on the 7th day of May, 1871. 1
KF220 .C68 no. 279 Trial of Mrs. Hannah Kinney for the alleged murder of her husband, George T. Kinney, by poison : before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, Judges Shaw, Putnam, and Wilde, present : sitting at Boston, from Dec. 21st to Dec. 26th, with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the Chief Justice fully reported : counsel for the prosecution: J.T. Austin, Attorney General, and S.D. Parker, commonwealth's attorney : for the prisoner: Franklin Dexter and George T. Curtis / 1