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KF223.T35 T35 1881i The Talbotts history of the assassination of Dr. P.H. Talbott and the trial of his two sons, Albert P. and Charles E. Talbott, for the murder. 1
KF223.T37 B88 1871i Lewis Tappan plaintiff in error vs. John Beardsley and Horace Beardsley defendants in error argument for plaintiff in error / 1
KF223.T39 T39 1872i In the Court of Quarter Session of the Peace of the County of Philadelphia : Commonwealth vs. C. Cathcart Taylor motions for new trial and in arrest of judgment : paper book of defendant, J. Howard Gendell, George L. Crawford, Benjamin Harris Brewster of counsel for defendant. 1
KF223.T43 D94 1825i The dying address of the three Thayers, who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17th, 1825 1
KF223.T43 L53 1825i The Life, trial, condemnation and dying address of the three Thayers!! who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y., June 17, 1825.
The Life, trial, condemnation and dying address of the three Thayers! who were executed for the murder of John Love at Buffalo, N.Y., June 17, 1825.
The life, condemnation, dying address, and trial of the three Thayers who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17, 1825.
The life, trial, condemnation, and dying address, of the three Thayers! who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17, 1825.
The life, trial, condemnation, and dying address, of the three Thayers! who were executed for the murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17th, 1825.
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KF223.T43 T75 1825i Trial of Israel Thayer, Jr., Isaac Thayer, and Nelson Thayer for the murder of John Love at the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Erie County, at the court house in Buffalo, on the 21st, 22d, and 23d days of April, 1825 : before His Honor, Reuben H. Walworth, circuit judge, for the Fourth Circuit : including the testimony, arguments of counsel, sentence of the culprits, and their subsequent confession of the crime /
Trial of Israel Thayer, Jr., Isaac Thayer, and Nelson Thayer for the murder of John Love at the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Erie County at the court house in Buffalo on the 21st, 22d, and 23d days of April, 1825 before his honor, Reuben H. Walworth, circuit judge, for the Fourth Circuit : including the testimony, arguments of counsel, sentence of the culprits and their subsequent confession of the crime /
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KF223.T439 T43 1906i The traitor being the untampered with, unrevised account of the trial and all that led to it / 1
KF223.T45 T45 1833i Confessions of two malefactors, Teller & Reynolds who were executed at Hartford, Connecticut, on the sixth of September, 1833, for the murder of Ezra Hoskins at the Connecticut state prison, containing an account of their numerous robberies, burglaries, etc. 1
KF223.T48 N84 1810i An account of the proceedings had in the Superior Court of the territory of Orleans, against Thierry & Nugent for libels and contempt of court with an account of Nugent's trial on an indictment for a libel / 1
KF223.T55 T55 1846i The trial, conviction and sentence of Henry Thomas together with his confession in relation to the murder of Frederick Edwards, made by him to a fellow prisoner.
The life and confession of Henry Thomas, alias Thomas Dean, alias James Mitchell, the burglar who was convicted at the December term of the Supreme court of Ross County, 1845, for the murder of Frederick Edwards, at Bourneville, Ross County, Ohio, November 20, 1844, as taken from his own lips, after his conviction and sentence, in the prison, in Chillicothe /
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KF223.T552 T55 1847i Prison life and reflections or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty / 1
KF223.T552 T55 1848i Prison life and reflections or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty / 1
KF223.T552 T55 1850i Prison life and reflections or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty / 1
KF223.T552 T55 1851i Prison life and reflections, or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty /
Prison life and reflections, or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson, who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty
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KF223.T552 T55 1853i Prison life and reflections, or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty / 1
KF223.T552 T55 1854i Prison life and reflections or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty / 1
KF223.T553 T55 1839i The law of libel report of the trial of Dr. Samuel Thomson, the founder of the Thomsonian practice, for an alleged libel in warning the public against the impositions of Paine D. Badger, as a Thomsonian physician sailing under false colors : before Judge Thacher in the Municipal Court of Boston, April Term 1839. 1
KF223.T56 T56 1898i The people of the state of New York, respondent, against Martin Thorn, appellant case on appeal from judgment convicting appellant of the crime of murder in the first degree. 1
KF223.T563 T563 1821i The trial of Samuel Yardley Thornton, Jacob Hellings, and others indicted for a conspiracy in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, May sessions, 1821, continued to August sessions, 1821 / 2
KF223.T564 T564 1811i Trial of Edward Tinker, mariner, for the wilful murder of a youth called Edward, at Carteret Superior Court, September term, 1811 1