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KF223.B899 B899 1834i Trial of John R. Buzzell before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, for arson and burglary in the Ursuline Convent at Charlestown.
Trial of John R. Buzzell before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts for arson and burglary in the Ursuline Convent at Charlestown.
The trial of the persons charged with burning the Convent in the town of Charlestown, (Mass.) before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at East Cambridge, on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1834.
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KF223.C35 C35 1855i Trial of Oscar T. Caldwell, late a conductor on the Chicago and Burlington Railroad line, for embezzlement before the Recorders Court of the city of Chicago at the September term, 1855 /
Trial of Oscar T. Caldwell, late a conductor on the Chicago and Burlington Railroad Line, for embezzlement before the Recorder's Court of the city of Chicago, at the September term, 1855 /
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KF223.C3665 J66 1856i A horse story 1
KF223.C368 C368 1827i A brief sketch of the occurrences on board the brig Crawford on her voyage from Matanzas to New-York together with an account of the trial of the three Spaniards, Jose Hilario Casares, Felix Barbeito, and Jose Morando, in the Circuit Court of Richmond before Chief Justice Marshall, for piracy and murder committed on board said brig : with other circumstances calculated to illustrate those transactions / 1
KF223.C37 C37 1854i Trial of the Rev. Geo. W. Carawan, Baptist preacher, for the murder of Clement H. Lassiter, schoolmaster before the Superior Court of Law of Beaufort County, North Carolina, fall term, 1853 ; together with a sketch of the murderer's life, and the tragical termination of the trial--his attempt, in presence of the court, to shoot one of the counsel who appeared against him on the trial, and then killing himself, etc., etc. : with seven engravings. 1
KF223.C373 H57 1851i The history of Charles Edwards and Sarah Sharp being an authentic account of the horrible Penfield tragedy, which took place January 26, 1851, together with the particulars of the causes which led to it, including the coroner's inquest, in full : also, the life, trial and execution of Matthew Carrigan, who was condemned and executed at Angelica, Allegany County, N.Y., July 18, 1851, for the murder of David Romer. 1
KF223.C374 A43 1876i The great Mollie Maguire trials in Carbon and Schuylkill counties, Pa. brief reference to such trials, and arguments of Gen. Charles Albright and Hon. F.W. Hughes, in the case of the Commonwealth vs. James Carroll, James Roarity, Hugh McGehan and James Boyle, indicted for the murder of Benjamin F. Yost, chief of police of and at Tamaqua, July 6, 1876, in the Oyer and Terminer of Schuylkill County : July 22d, 1876, verdict as to all the prisoners, of guilty of murder in the first degree / 1
KF223.C42 C42 1885i Report of evidence in the case of state vs. Benjamin and Wallace Chadbourne for the murder of Alvin Watson 1
KF223.C425 E27 1891i The Monon Express robbery, or, The celebrated trial of Chesley Chambers 1
KF223.C428 R47 1853i A report of the examination of Messrs. Amasa Chapin, Lorenzo Chapin, Lyman Cole, William H. Holland, and William Kissane, (of Cincinnati) charged with a conspiracy to burn the steamboat Martha Washington on the Mississippi River, in January, 1852, with intent to defraud certain insurance companies : before P.B. Wilcox, Esq., a commissioner of the Circuit Court of the United States, at Columbus, Ohio, from December 29th, 1852 to January 15th, 1853.
A Report of the examination of Messrs. Amasa Chapin, Lorenzo Chapin, Lyman Cole, William H. Holland, and William Kissane, (of Cincinnati,) charged with a conspiracy to burn the steamboat Martha Washington on the Mississippi River, in January, 1852, with intent to defraud certain insurance companies before P.B. Wilcox, Esq., a commissioner of the Circuit Court of the United States, at Columbus, Ohio, from December 29th, 1852, to January 15th, 1853.
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KF223.C43 C43 1832i Trial of Lucretia Chapman otherwise called Lucretia Espos y Mina, who was jointly indicted with Lino Amalia Espos y Mina, for the murder of William Chapman, Esq. late of Andalusia, County of Bucks, Pennsylvania : in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Doylestown, for Bucks, December term, 1831, continued to February term, 1832 /
Trial of Lucretia Chapman, otherwise called Lucretia Espos Y Mina who was jointly indicated with Lino Amalia Espos Y Mina for the murder of William Chapman. Court of Oyer and Terminer, holden at Doylestown, for the County of Bucks, April Session, 1832 supplement to the Trial of Lino Amalia Espos Y Mina, for the murder of William Chapman : in the Court of Oyer and Terminer held at Doylestown for Bucks, December Term, 1831 : continued to February Term 1832.
Trial of Lucretia Chapman, otherwise called Lucretia Espos y Mina who was jointly indicted with Lino Amalia Espos y Mina, for the murder of William Chapman, Esq., late of Andalusia, county of Bucks, Pennsylvania : in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Doylestown, for Bucks, December term, 1831, continued to February term, 1832 /
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KF223.C43 M34 1991 Celia, a slave / 2
KF223.C43 M34 2021 Celia, a slave / 1
KF223.C442 C442 1829i Reports of the trials of David T. Chase and John W. Fellows for an alleged conspiracy, &c. and of Jireh Bull on an indictment for perjury, in the Court of Sessions /
Reports of the trials of David T. Chase and John W. Fellows for an alleged conspiracy, &c., and of Jireh Bull on an indictment for perjury, in the Court of Sessions /
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KF223.C443 C65 1806i Columbian eloquence, being the speeches of the most celebrated American orators, as delivered in the late interesting trial of the Hon. Samuel Chase, before the Senate of the United States 1
KF223.C44456 C444 1839i The life of Eliza Sowers, together with a full account of the trials of Dr. Henry Chauncey, Dr. William Armstrong and William Nixon for the murder of that unfortunate victim of illicit love containing the examination of witnesses, verdict, &c. &c. at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, January session, 1839 : suppressed evidence not omitted /
The life of Eliza Sowers
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KF223.C445 B66 1878i The murder of the Worley family in Wayne County, North Carolina and the arrest, trial and execution of Noah Cherry, Robert Thompson and Harris Atkinson 1
KF223.C45 C45 1829i Trial of the case of the Commonwealth versus David Lee Child for publishing in the Massachusetts journal a libel on the Honorable John Keyes, before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Cambridge, in the County of Middlesex, October Term, 1828 /
Trial of the case of the Commonwealth versus David Lee Child for publishing in the Massachusetts journal a libel on the Honorable John Keyes : before the Supreme Judicial Court, holden at Cambridge, in the County of Middlesex, October Term, 1828 /
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KF223.C47 A33 1841i Argument of John Quincy Adams, before the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of the United States, appellants, vs. Cinque, and others, Africans, captured in the schooner Amistad, by Lieut. Gedney, delivered on the 24th of February and 1st of March, 1841 : with a review of the case of the Antelope, reported in the 10th, 11th, and 12th volumes of Wheaton's reports. 1
KF223.C47 A37 1839i The African captives trial of the prisoners of the Amistad on the writ of habeas corpus, before the Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of Connecticut, at Hartford /
Trial of the prisoners of the Amistad on the writ of habeas corpus before the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of Connecticut, at Hartford, Judges Thompson and Judson, September term, 1839.
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