Libel and slander -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- Cases. : 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 / by H.P. Nugent.
Libel and slander -- Maine. : Verbatim report of a charge delivered by Hon. John A. Peters, chief justice of Maine [electronic resource] : at the December term of the Supreme Judicial Court, in Knox County, A.D. 1883, in an action brought by Alwilda Poland vs. George Poland, for libel and slander / reported by Ruel Smith.
Libel and slander -- Maine -- Aroostook County -- Cases. : Report of the libel suit : Llewellyn Powers vs. Theodore Cary, editor and publisher of The Aroostook Times : tried at the Feb. Term, 1874 of the Supreme Judicial Court, held at Houlton, Me. : Hon. John A. Peters presiding / reported by J.D. Pulsifer.
Libel and slander -- Maine -- Belgrade -- Cases. : The liberty of the press vindicated and truth triumphant : State versus Ira Berry, for an alleged libel on Cyprus Weston, the nominal complainant in the prosecution and the nominal mover of the "Belgrade resolutions" : also a delegate to the Federal State Convention, holden in Augusta, June 26, 1832 : and the pitiful instrument and victim of the desperation and folly of the leaders of the Federal Party, in the county of Kennebec.
Libel and slander -- Maryland. : To the public. [electronic resource] : Annapolis, May 28, 1768. Whereas a controversy has been published in the Gazette, for a considerable time, betwixt a certain gentleman, who calls himself a Bystander, and his opponents, in the course of which a great deal of personal invective has appeared. The printers therefore thought it necessary, for their justification, (from the uncertainty to what length the dispute might be correct) to demand the names of the authors, or a sufficient indemnity ...
Libel and slander -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Cases. : State of Maryland vs. Charles H. Grasty, Thomas K. Worthington and John M. Carter, Jr. : charge--criminal libel, in the Criminal Court of Baltimore, May 26, 27, 28 & 29, 1893 : verdict--not guilty : a stenographic report of the famous criminal libel case in which it was sought to punish three editors of the Baltimore news for alleging that ex-sheriff Henry G. Fledderman was a "backer" of lottery policy.
Libel and slander -- Massachusetts -- Cases. : A defence in abatement of judgment for an alleged libel in the story entitled "Inquire at Amos Giles' distillery" : addressed to the Hon. Chief Justice Shaw, at the session of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts held in Salem, Dec. 4, 1835 / by George B. Cheever.
Libel and slander -- New Jersey. : Report of a cause, John Jessup vs. John Ffirth, Esq. [electronic resource] : for a libel tried at Woodbury, Gloucester, March Circuit, 1807 : before the Hon. William Rossell, Esquire, second Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New-Jersey.
Libel and slander -- New Jersey -- Cases. : An appeal to the tribunal of public justice : being a concise statement of the facts which led to the extraordinary case of Stockton versus Hopkins / by Thomas Hopkins.
Libel and slander -- New South Wales. : Report of the Legislation Committee on the Defamation Bill, 1992 : together with minutes of proceedings / Parliament of New South Wales, Legislative Assembly.
Libel and slander -- New York (State) -- Buffalo -- Cases. : The people versus Dr. Horatio N. Loomis, for libel : tried at the Erie County Oyer and Terminer, June 24, 1850, Justice Mullett, presiding, John Treanor, Leander J. Roberts, associate justices / reported by Frederick T. Parsons, stenographer.
Libel and slander -- New York (State) -- Columbia County. : The Speeches at full length of Mr. Van Ness, Mr. Caines, the attorney-general, Mr. Harrison and General Hamilton [electronic resource] : in the great cause of the people against Harry Croswell on an indictment for a libel on Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States.
Libel and slander -- New York (State) -- New York -- Cases. : Report of the trial of an action on the case brought by Silvanus Miller, Esq., late surrogate of the city and county of New York against Mordecai M. Noah, Esq., editor of the National Advocate for an alleged libel : tried at the city-hall, in the city of New-York, before the Circuit Court held in the First judicial district in the State of New-York, by His Honour, Samuel R. Betts, Esq. on Friday, the 12th day of December, 1823 / by L.H. Clarke.
Libel and slander -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Early works to 1800. : A report of an action for a libel brought by Dr. Benjamin Rush against William Cobbett, in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, December term, 1799, for certain defamatory publications in a news-paper, entitled Porcupine's gazette of which the said William Cobbett was editor [electronic resource] / (taken in short hand by T. Carpenter).
Libel and slander -- Poetry. : A triple paradox : affixed to a counter-mure raised against the furious batteries of restraint, slander and poverty, the three grand engines of the world, the flesh, and the devil / by major George Wither ...
Libel and slander -- Religious aspects -- Christianity. : Abaddon's steam engine, calumny, delineated : being an attempt to stop its deleterious results on society, the church, and state : called bitterness, Eph. iv. 31. : compared by Adam Clarke, L.L.D. to Hiera Picra, or the Holy Bitter, a medicine of the last century, compounded of a variety of drastic, acrid drugs, and ardent spirits, administered in a great variety of cases, which produced immense evil : to which is subjoined, the infernal triumvirate, oppression, depression, and extortion / by a lover of mercy rejoicing over judgment.