Cox, Charles -- Early works to 1800. : The true state of Southwark Election of Burgesses to serve in this present parliament, in answer to Sir George Meggott's misrepresentation thereof. [electronic resource].
Cox, Charlotte. : Fairburn's edition of the trial between Robert Albion Cox, Esq., plaintiff, and Edmund Kean, defendant [electronic resource] : for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife, including the evidence, speeches of counsel, and all the curious love letters, &c., &c. : tried in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, January the 17th, 1825, before the Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury : to which is added, a memoir containing eccentric anecdotes of the defendant in this cause and also of little breeches.
Cox, Chastine -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Mrs. Hull's murder : being the full and only reliable history of the cruel, terrible tragedy in New York City : Mrs. Hull's fashionable life in London, Paris and New York : her presentation to Queen Victoria : she was said to be the most magnificent looking lady there : full details about the murderer : his only real confession.
Cox, David, 1783-1859 -- Exhibitions. : David Cox 1783-1859 / selected and catalogued by Stephen Wildman ; introductory essays by Richard Lockett and John Murdoch, with 80 monochrome illustrations and 16 pages of colour.
Cox, Francis. : A Correct account of the trials of Charles M'Manus, John Hauer, Elizabeth Hauer, Patrick Donagan, Francis Cox, and others; at Harrisburgh -- June Oyer and Terminer, 1798. For the murder of Francis Shitz, on the night of the 28th December, 1797, at Heidelberg Township, Dauphin County, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [electronic resource] : Containing, the whole evidence, and the substance of all the law arguments in those celebrated trials.
Cox, Frederick Crawford, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Privy Council, no. 37 of 1904, on appeal from the Supreme Court of the state of Queensland, between Frederick Crawford Cox, (plaintiff) appellant, and the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, Limited, (defendants) respondents [electronic resource] : record of proceedings.
Cox, George K., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The United States of America, complainant, against Charles D. Millar, Edward P. Barrett, David S. Murden, Frederick P. Close, Ebenezer Bull, William C. Hull, George W. Burton, John J. Sinnott, Daniel C. Hickey, Frederick L. Stahl, Andrew Bridgeman, Charles H. Heinsohn, Alfred L. Wendover, Howard R. Washburn, Edward Carson, George A. Casey, George T. Bacon, Louis Goss, Charles McDonald, Albert J. Lobdell, John F. Jenkins, Hugh Herndon, George I. Ruscoe, George J. Werner, Fred Lavis, George Turner, Robert P. Smith, George K. Cox, Frank J. Lamb, Arthur E. Muth, Alfred E. Merz, Edward A. Forsyth, Frank Madden, William J. McGeory, Michael J. Nolan, William Dunn, Clarence Alexander, Benjamin Fitzgibbon, Frederick McGrath, and James M. Strang, constituting the Board of Supervisors of the county of Westchester, and said county of Westchester, defendants [electronic resource].