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KF223.W47 W47 1875i Life, trial and conviction of William H. Westervelt, for the abduction of little Charley Ross the tragic death of the burglars Mosher and Douglass on Long Island, N.Y., who were implicated in abducting the poor little fellow, the confession, the whole case, the trial in full. 1
KF223.W48 W48 1839i Trial of Judge Wilkinson, Dr. Wilkinson, and Mr. Murdaugh on indictments for the murder of John Rothwell and Alexander H. Meeks in an affray which occurred at the Galt House, Louisville, Ky. on the 15th of December, 1838 / 1
KF223.W497 P37 1852i Particulars of the dreadful tragedy in Richmond, on the morning of the 19th July, 1852 being a full account of the awful murder of the Winston family : embracing all the particulars of the discovery of the bloody victims, the testimony before the coroner's jury, and the evidence on the final trials of the murderess and murderer, Jane and John Williams : their sentence, confessions, and execution upon the gallows : together with the funeral sermon of the Rev. Mr. Moore on the death of Mrs. Winston and daughter, and the sermon of the Rev. Robert Ryland on the subject of the murders. 1
KF223.W5 H62 1837i Speech of James Hoban, Esq., one of the counsel of John Williams, oculist before the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for the county of Washington, on Thursday, the fifth day of January, 1837. 1
KF223.W52 T75 1819i The Trial of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, Nils Peterson, and Nathaniel White 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 28th of Dec. 1818.
The trial of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, Nils Peterson, and Nathaniel White, 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 28th of December, 1818.
The Trial of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, Nils Peterson, and Nathaniel White 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 28th of Dec., 1818.
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KF223.W53 Carthage conspiracy : the trial of the accused assassins of Joseph Smith / 1
KF223.W53 O2 Carthage conspiracy : the trial of the accused assassins of Joseph Smith / 1
KF223.W53 W53 1845i Trial of the persons indicted in the Hancock Circuit Court, for the murder of Joseph Smith at the Carthage Jail, on the 27th day of June 1844 1
KF223.W54 S94 1878i The Charter Oak conspiracy case, at Hartford, Conn. objections to the indictment and the authorities sustaining them / 1
KF223.W55 C37 1882i The law of homicide together with the trial for murder of Judge Wilkinson, Dr. Wilkinson and Mr. Murdaugh, including the indictments, evidence and speeches of Hon. S.S. Prentiss, Hon. Benjamin Hardin, E.J. Bullock, Esq., Judge Rowan, Col. Robertson, and John B. Thompson, Esq., of counsel in full / 1
KF223.W55 W55 1839i Trial of Lewis Wilber for the murder of Robert Barber Madison County Oyer and Terminer, March 27, 28, and 29, 1839. 1
KF223.W555 W55 1881i George H. Willett, plaintiff in error, against the people, defendants in error 1
KF223.W556 W556 1819i Lives and confessions of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, and Peter Peterson, who were tried at the United States Circuit Court in Boston, for murder & piracy sentenced to be executed Jan. 21, 1819, and afterwards reprieved till Feb. 18, 1819. 1
KF223.W557 W557 1877i The assassination of J. Clarke Swayze, and trial of John W. Wilson containing full proceedings in the trial and acquittal of Wilson, together with press comments, sketches, articles from the Blade and Times and matter not before published. 1
KF223.W568 W56 1832i Trial by a court martial of Lieut. Col. Grenville Temple Winthrop on charges preferred against him by Adjutant Gen. William H. Sumner, in pursuance of orders from His Excellency Levi Lincoln, governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : printed for the respondent.
Trial by a court martial of Lieut. Col. Grenville Temple Winthrop on charges preferred against him by Adjutant Gen. William H. Sumner, in pursuance of orders from his Excellency Levi Lincoln, governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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KF223.W66 W66 1846i A full report of the trial of Orrin Woodford, for the murder of his wife, Diane Woodford, at Avon, Conn., July 22d, 1845, at the January term, of the Superior Court, holden at Hartford, 1846 including the arguments of counsel, and accompanied by plans of the house and premises, where the homicide was committed : together with an accurate portrait of the prisoner /
A full report of the trial of Orrin Woodford for the murder of his wife, Diana Woodford at Avon, Conn., July 22d, 1845 at the January term of the Superior Court, holden at Hartford, 1846, including the arguments of counsel, and accompanied by plans of the house and premises, where the homicide was committed together with an accurate portrait of the prisoner /
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KF223.W66 W661874i Trial of Robert N. Woodworth indicted jointly with Greenleaf W. Appleton (late cashier, now a fugitive from justice), for conspiracy to defraud the State Bank at New Brunswick, in the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Middlesex County, New Jersey, September term, A.D. 1874. 1
KF223.W665 T37 1872i Opening argument of Rufus P. Tapley, Esq., in case State vs. Woodman & als 1
KF223.W67 W67 1807i The trials of the Honb. James Workman, and Col. Lewis Kerr, before the United States' Court for the Orleans District on a charge of high misdemeanor, in planning and setting on foot, within the United States, an expedition for the conquest and emancipation of Mexico 1
KF223.W75 W75 1806i A report of the trial of Andrew Wright, printer of the "Republican spy " on an indictment for libels against Governor Strong, before the Hon. Theophilus Parsons, Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at Northampton, Sept. term 1806. 1