Great Britain. : The gentlemen of the town and neighbourhood of Manchester : Who were the first to make a publick Offer of Support to his Majesty, for the Suppression of the Rebellious Insurrection in America, Have been honored with his Majesty's Acceptance of a Regiment of One Thousand Men, to be raised at their own Expence. As a most distinguished Mark of the Royal Favour, And as an honorable Testimony of the Loyalty and Attachment of the Gentlemen who have proposed to raise this Regiment, His Majesty hath been pleased to Honor it with the Title Of the 72d Regiment of Foot, or Royal Manchester Volunteers, And hath ordered that it shall be commanded by a General Officer, whose Services abroad have been most particularly eminent; And hath promised, as an additional Honor, to Review this Regiment in Person when raised and compleat. All Gallant and Loyal Lancashire Men, Who wish to share the Honors of their King, and to suppress the daring Spirit of Rebellion, which hath been so presumptuously cherished and supported by the open and secret Enemies to his Majesty and the British.
Great Britain. : Report of the state trials, before a general court martial held at Montreal in 1838-9 : exhibiting a complete history of the late rebellion in lower Canada.
Great Britain. : Case of Lieut.-Col. Alen, C.B., late 55th regiment, relating to his trial &c., &c., &c. [electronic resource].
Great Britain. : Trial of Captain Thomas Atchison, of the Royal Artillery [electronic resource] : by a general court martial at Malta : in consequence of having requested to be exonerated from firing patteraro salutes, and tolling a Roman Catholic bell, for the church and image rites of Roman Catholic priests : with an appendix, [d]escribing those rites of the Romish and Greek churches which British Protestant troops, infantry as well as artillery, were required by the priests to attend and assist, also, the nature of the attendance and assistance consequently ordered to be given : with official documents on the subject.
Great Britain. : Proceedings of a general court martial held at Lexden-Heath Camp near Colchester on Lieutenant F.R. Bertie of the Royal Westminster Middlesex Militia on three charges [electronic resource] : exhibited against him by Colonel James Clitherow on the same regiment : together with his defence at large : as also the opinion of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Morgan, bart, His Majesty's judge advocate general on the admissibility of certain documentary evidence attempted to be introduced by the prosecutor in support of the third charge, but afterwards waived by him.
Great Britain. : Proceedings of a general court martial, held in the orderly room at the barracks in Colchester [electronic resource] : on seven officers of the West Kent Regiment of Militia, by order of Lieutenant-General Lord Charles Fitzroy, commanding the Eastern District, on a charge exhibited against them by Lieutenant-Colonel Dalton, of the same regiment : with their defence and prefatory observations / solicitor for the prisoners, Mr. Sutton.