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KF223.H477 H477 1855i United States vs. Henry Hertz et. al. charged with hiring and retaining persons to go beyond the jurisdiction of the United States, with the intent to enlist in the British Foreign Legion, for the Crimea / 1
KF223.H478 H84 1877i Commonwealth versus Patrick Hester, Patrick Tully, and Peter McHugh tried and convicted of the murder of Alexander W. Rea / 1
KF223.H48 H48 1892i The trial of Lieutenant Hetherington, U.S.N. for shooting George Gower Robinson, esq. containing all the testimony verbatim from the minutes of the court stenographer, the speeches of counsel in full and the letters put in evidence, together with the motions, pleadings and judgement on the trial of Lieutenant James H. Hetherington, of the U.S. Navy, in the court of the U.S. Consulate-General, at Yokohama, Japan, March-April, 1892 /
The trial of Lieutenant Hetherington, U.S.N., for shooting George Gower Robinson, Esq. containing all the testimony verbatim from the minutes of the court stenographer, the speeches of counsel in full and the letters put in evidence, together with the motions, pleadings and judgment : on the trial of Lieutenant James H. Hetherington, of the U.S. Navy, in the Court of the U.S. Consulate-General, at Yokohama, Japan : March-April, 1892 /
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KF223.H49 H49 1883i Free speech report of Ezra H. Heywood's defense before the United States court in Boston, April 10, 11 and 12, 1883 : together with Judge Nelson's charge to the jury, notes of Anthony Comstock's career of cruelty and crime : tragic and comic incidents in the malicious, savage persecution, suffered by moral scientists devoted to social evolution, and other interesting matter.
Free speech report of Ezra H. Heywood's defense : before the United States Court in Boston, April 10, 11 and 12, 1883 : together with Judge Nelson's charge to the jury, notes of Anthony Comstock's career of cruelty and crime, tragic and comic incidents in the malicious, savage persecution, suffered by moral scientists devoted to social evolution and other interesting matter.
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KF223.H53 H53 1860i The life, trial, confession, and execution of Albert W. Hicks, the pirate and murderer executed on Bedloe's Island, New York Bay, on the 13th of July, 1860, for the murder of Capt. Burr, Smith and Oliver Watts, on board the oyster sloop E.A. Johnson : containing the history of his life (written by himself) from childhood up to the time of his arrest : with a full account of his piracies, murders, mutinies, high-way robberies, etc., comprising the particulars of one hundred murders! : to which is added the account of his arrest, imprisonment, trial and execution ; also, his phrenological character, as described by L.N. Fowler.
Life, trial, confession and execution of Albert W. Hicks, the pirate and murderer, executed on Bedloe's Island, New York Bay, on the 13th of July, 1860, for the murder of Capt. Burr, Smith and Oliver Watts on board the Oyster Sloop E.A. Johnson
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KF223.H54 H54 1864i Report of the trial of Frederick P. Hill, late a conductor on the Philadelphia & Reading railroad, on a charge of embezzling the funds of that company in his capacity as conductor
Report of the trial of Frederick P. Hill, late a conductor on the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad on a charge of embezzling the funds of that company in his capacity as conductor.
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KF223.H55 H55 1829i Report of the trial of Friends at Steubenville, Ohio, from the 15th to the 26th of October, 1828 : before the Hon. Jeremiah H. Hallock, Esq., president judge of the 5th Judicial District of the state /
Report of the trial of Friends at Steubenville, Ohio, from the 15th to the 26th of October, 1828, before the Hon. Jeremiah H. Hallock, Esq., president judge of the 5th judicial district of the state /
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KF223.H57 R468 1815i Report of the trial of John Hodges, Esq., on a charge of high treason tried in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Maryland District at the May term 1815. 1
KF223.H58 H58 1807i The trial of Alpheus Hitchcock before the Hon. William W. Van Ness, Esq. for the murder of his wife, by poison, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, held at Sullivan, in and for the county of Madison, on the third day of July, 1807 / 1
KF223.H62 H62 1820i The trial of William Holmes, Thomas Warrington, and Edward Rosewain, on an indictment for murder on the high seas before the Circuit Court of the United States, holden for the district of Massachusetts, at Boston, on the 4th Jan. 1819.
The trial of William Holmes, Thomas Warrington and Edward Rosewain, on an indictment for murder on the high seas before the Circuit Court of the United States, holden for the district of Massachusetts, at Boston, on the 4th Jan. 1819.
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KF223.H63 D38 2016 The trial of Tom Horn / 1
KF223.H64 H64 1822i The trial of the Rev. William Hogan, pastor of St. Mary's Church for an assault and battery on Mary Connell, tried before the Mayor's Court in and for the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the first of April, 1822 and succeeding days : including the speeches of counsel on both sides at length, the examination, cross-examination and re-examination of the witnesses, verbatim, together with the anonymous correspondence, &c., to which is added digested index /
The trial of the Rev. William Hogan, pastor of St. Mary's Church, for an assault and battery on Mary Connell tried before the Mayor's Court in and for the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the first of April, 1822, and succeeding days, including the speeches of counsel on both sides at length, the examination, cross-examination and re-examination of the witnesses, verbatim, together with the anonymous correspondence, etc., to which is added a digested index /
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KF223.H645 H645 1871i Trial of William W. Holden, governor of North Carolina, before the Senate of North Carolina on impeachment by the House of Representatives for high crimes and misdemeanors. 1
KF223.H648 B76 1848i Discourse delivered before the Societies of St. Mary's College, Baltimore, at the annual commencement, July, 1848 1
KF223.H648 H65 1842i Trial of Alexander William Holmes one of the crew of the ship William Brown : for manslaughter on the high seas : before the chief justice of the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. 1
KF223.H65 J87 1923i Jurgen and the law a statement with exhibits, including the court's opinion, and the brief for the defendants on motion to direct an acquittal / 3
KF223.H66 H66 1794i The Pennsylvania state trials containing the impeachment, trial and acquittal of Francis Hopkinson and John Nicholson, Esquires, the former being judge of the Court of Admiralty and the latter, the Comptroller-General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania state trials containing the impeachment, trial, and acquittal of Francis Hopkinson, and John Nicholson, Esquires : the former being judge of the Court of Admiralty, and the latter, the comptroller-general of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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KF223.H67 H67 1860i Report of the trial of John Hossack indicted for rescuing a fugitive slave from the U.S. deputy marshal, at Ottawa, October 20th, 1859 : phonographically reported, including the evidence, arguments of counsel & charge of the court, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Honorable Thomas Drummond, judge, February term, 1860 / 2
KF223.H67 H673 1860i Speech of John Hossack convicted of a violation of the Fugitive slave law : before Judge Drummond, of the United States District Court, Chicago, Ill. 1
KF223.H67 H675 1860x Report of the trial of John Hossack : indicted for rescuing a fugitive slave from the U.S. deputy marshal, at Ottawa, October 20th, 1859 : phonographically reported, including the evidence, arguments of counsel & charge of the court, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Honorable Thomas Drummond, judge, February term, 1860 / 1