Carter, Robert Wormley -- Estate. : Argument delivered before the judges of the Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, in the case of Carter's executorsᰰellants against Cutting and othersᰰellees [electronic resource] / by John Browne Cutting, occasioned by the necessary absence of one of his counsel, March 30, 1816 : chiefly intended to demonstrate that by operation of the gaming statues, no gaming security can be rendered valid by devise.
Carter, Ron, 1937- : Contemporary musicians. Volume 14 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Suzanne M. Bourgoin, editor.
Carter, Thomas, d. 1793. : The trial of Edmund Thrower, blacksmith, late of Carbrook, in Norfolk [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of Thomas Carter, & Elizabeth Carter, his daughter, on the 16th day of October, 1793, at Cratfield, in the county of Suffolk : and also the trial of John and Elizabeth Smith, for the wilful murder of Mary Ann Smith, an infant aged 8 years, daughter of the said John Smith by a former wife, by starving and cruelty, at Cookley, in the county of Suffolk : before the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath, at the assizes held at Bury, March 21, 1812 / taken in court by George Kent.
Carter, Thomas, d. 1793 -- Early works to 1800. : Particulars of the execution and trials of Edmund Thrower, Blacksmith [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of Thomas Carter & Elizabeth Carter, his daughter, on the 16th of October, 1793, at Cratfield, and John & Elizabeth Smith, for the wilful murder of Mary Ann Smith, an infant aged 8 years, daughter of the said John Smith by a former wife, by starving and cruelty, at cookley, in the county of Suffolk : before the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath, at the assizes held at Bury, March 21, 1812.
Carter, W. Y. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Proceedings of the special committee appointed by the Georgia House of Representatives, 1896, to investigate the charges made by state senator W.Y. Carter against Judges J.L. Sweat and Seaborn Reese of the Superior Court Bench [electronic resource] / C.B. Conyers [and] Seab Smith, stenographers.
Carter, William, -1686. : The Memory of that faithful servant of Christ, William Carter : late of Cumberland (deceased) revived in the testimonies of certain faithful Friends given concerning him, his faithful ministry and blessed end.
Carter, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Martin's annals of crime [electronic resource] : or, New Newgate calendar and general record of tragic events, including ancient and modern modes of torture, &c. : comprehending a history of the most notorious murderers, traitors, highwaymen, pirates, burglars, pickpockets, adulterers, ravishers, decoyers, incendiaries, poachers, swindlers, and felons and rogues of every description : interspersed with reflections and observations on the affairs of life, authentic accounts of various modes of punition and torture, delineations of gaols and judicatories, and anecdotes and memoranda of criminal proceedings, and of the sayings and doings of different courts and agents in the dispensing of law and justice, and the exercising of authority.