Murder -- Kansas -- Cases. : In the United States District Court for the District of Kansas : Richard Eugene Hickock and Perry Edward Smith, petitioners vs. Sherman H. Crouse, Warden, Kansas State Penitentiary, Lansing, Kansas, respondent.
Murder -- Kansas -- Neosho County. : A voice from the prison [electronic resource] : a few chapters in the history of a great crime, published in the cause of humanity / [J.T. Murray].
Murder -- Kansas -- Topeka -- Cases. : 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.
Murder -- Kentucky. : Sundry letters and petitions addressed to His Excellency James Garrard, Esq. Governor of Kentucky: relative to the case of Henry Field [electronic resource].
Murder -- Kentucky -- Frankfort -- Cases. : The closing argument for the defence, in the case of the Commonwealth vs. Buford : indicted for the murder of John M. Elliott, late chief justice of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky : delivered at Owenton, Ky., July 21, 1879 / by ex-judge, Geo. M. Curtis of New York.
Murder -- Kentucky -- Louisville -- Cases. : A full and authentic report of the testimony on the trial of Matt. F. Ward : certified to be correct by Thomas D. Brown, clerk of Hardin Circuit Court; Wm. Alexander, former commonwealth attorney for the Hardin district; and Judge Alex. Walker, of New Orleans ; with the speeches of Gov. Crittenden, Gov. Helm, T.F. Marshall, and Nathaniel Wolfe, and the reply of Alfred Allen, esq., attorney for the commonwealth / reported by A. D. Richardson.
Murder -- Law and legislation -- Germany. : O plat͡ie za ubīĭstvo v drevnem russkom i drugikh slav͡ianskikh zakonodatelʹstvakh v sravnenīi s germansko͡iu viro͡iu : razsuzhdenīe / napisannoe Nikolaem Ivanishevym.
Murder -- Maine -- Bangor -- Cases. : Third trial of Elbridge W. Reed, for the murder of John Ray : Supreme Judicial Court Penobscot Co., February term, 1874, Chief Justice Appleton, presiding ; appearances: Harris M. Plaisted, Attorney General, Jasper Hutchings, County Attorney, for the State ; Wm. H. McCrillis, John F. Robinson, for the prisoner ; Ruel Smith, court reporter.