Call Number (LC) Title Results
KF223.P53 M63 1888i Address to the jury, by Hon. N. C. Moak, in the case of the people agt. Thomas C. Platt, at the Albany Circuit, January 12, 1888 1
KF223.P56 F57 2004 Separate and unequal : Homer Plessy and the Supreme Court decision that legalized racism / 2
KF223.P56 H55 2014 Plessy v. Ferguson / 1
KF223.P56 H64 2012 Plessy v. Ferguson : race and inequality in Jim Crow America / 1
KF223.P56 L89 2019 Separate : the story of Plessy v. Ferguson, and America's journey from slavery to segregation / 1
KF223.P56 P58 1997 Plessy v. Ferguson : a brief history with documents / 1
KF223.P57 R46 1878i Case of Blasius Pistorius petition with papers, under the rules of the Board of Pardons / 1
KF223.P58 H57 1859i History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue 1
KF223.P65 P65 1879i An account of the Curtis homicide and trials of John E. Poindexter 2
KF223.P655 H37 1892i The life of Jesse Harding Pomeroy the most remarkable case in the history of crime or criminal law / 3
KF223.P657 P657 1873i Pomeroy investigation reports of the joint committee appointed by the Legislature of Kansas, 1873, to investigate charges of corruption and bribery against Hon. S.C. Pomeroy, and members of the legislature, together with the testimony relating thereto / 1
KF223.P68 P68 1859i Orlando B. Potter and Nathaniel Wheeler vs. James G. Wilson [and 18 others] U.S. Circuit Court, Southern District of New York, in equity. 1
KF223.P685 P685 1820i Life of Michael Powers, now under sentence of death, for the murder of Timothy Kennedy
Life of Michael Powers, now under sentence of death for the murder of Timothy Kennedy
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KF223.P73 P73 1834i Trial of Abraham Prescott for the murder of Mrs. Sally Cochran 1
KF223.P73 P73 1869i Report of the trial of Abraham Prescott, for the murder of Mrs. Sally Cochran of Pembroke, June 23, 1833 executed at Hopkinton, January 6, 1836. 2
KF223.P74 P74 1821i Report of the trial by impeachment of James Prescott, Esquire, judge of the probate of wills, &c. for the County of Middlesex, for misconduct and maladministration in office before the Senate of Massachusetts in the year 1821 : with an appendix, containing an account of former impeachments in the same state /
Report of the trial by impeachment of James Prescott, Esquire, judge of the probate of wills, &c., for the county of Middlesex for misconduct and maladministration in office : before the Senate of Massachusetts in the year 1821 : with an appendix, containing an account of former impeachments in the same state /
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KF223.P76 P7 Trial, life and execution of Anton Probst. Official report of the trial of Anton Probst, for the murder of Christopher Dearing at Philadelphia, April 25, 1866. As well as his two confessions, one made on May 6th, to his spiritual adviser, the other on May 7th, 1866, to his counsel ... To which is added a history of his previous life, as well as an account of his last hours and execution. 1
KF223.P76 P76 1866i Trial of Anton Probst for the murder of Christopher Dearing and family, at Philadelphia, April 25, 1866 as well as his two confessions / 1
KF223.Q39 R47 1817i Report of the trial of John Quay, vs. the Eagle Fire Company of New-York before the Honourable William W. Van Ness, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the State of New-York, commencing on Friday the sixth, and ending on Tuesday the tenth days of December, 1816 /
Report of the trial of John Quay vs. the Eagle Fire Company of New-York before the Honourable William W. Van Ness, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the state of New-York, at the City-Hall of the city of New-York, commencing on Friday the sixth and ending on Tuesday the tenth days of December, 1816 /
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KF223.R37 R37 1868i The "Diamond murder" an extraordinary case of an innocent man convicted on circumstantial evidence : the trial of Ignatz Ratzky, indicted for the murder of Sigismund Fellner, 18th October 1861 : containing the prisoner's statement : the opening address of the district attorney : the evidence taken on the trial : the speeches of the prisoner's counsel : the charge of the judge to the jury : with opinions on the evidence based upon the testimony, &c., with the application and appeal for his pardon. 1