Trials (Assault and battery) -- Newfoundland and Labrador. : A record of the extraordinary proceedings of the House of Assembly of Newfoundland, in the arrest and imprisonment of Edward Kielley, Esq., surgeon &c., &c., and subsequent arrest of the Honorable Judge Lilly and the High-Sheriff (B.G. Garrett, Esq.) for, (as the House has it!) "Breach of privilege!!" [electronic resource].
Trials (Assault and battery) -- South Carolina -- Columbia. : Rights of corporators and reporters [electronic resource] : being a report of the case of R.W. Gibbes, editor of the South Carolinian, vs. E.J. Arthur, mayor of Columbia, S.C., and John Burdell, chief of police, tried in the Court of Common Pleas for Richland District, March term, 1857, before Hon. T.J. Withers / reported for the South Carolinian by J.L. Hatch.
Trials (Attempted murder) -- Ireland. : A report of trials before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice and the Hon. Baron Sir Wm. C. Smith, bart., at the Special Commission, at Maryborough, commencing on the 23rd May, and ending on the 6th June [electronic resource] / by James Mongan.
Trials (Attempted murder) -- Ireland -- Dublin. : The trial of John Costley, gent., (ensign in the county of Roscommon militia) for conspiring with Charles Frazer Frizell, Esq., barrister at law, in an intention to murder the Rev. William Ledwich, parish priest of Rathfarnham in the county of Dublin [electronic resource] : held before the Hon. Dennis George, second baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland, and the Hon. Robert Day, second justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, at the Session House in Green-Street on Thursday the 23d. of February, 1804 / taken from the notes of an eminent reporter.
Trials (Attempted murder) -- Scotland. : Ravillac redivivus, being a narrative of the late tryal of Mr. James Mitchel, a conventicle-preacher, who was executed the 18th of January, 1677, for an attempt which he made on the sacred person of the Arch-Bishop of St. Andrews : to which is annexed, An account of the tryal of that most wicked Pharisee Major Thomas Weir, who was executed for adultery, incest and bestiality : in which are many observable passages, especially relating to the church and state of Scotland / in a letter from a Scottish to an English gentleman.
Trials (Attempted murder) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The spirit of fanaticism : exemplify'd in the tryals of Mr. James Mitchel (a Presbyterian minister, who was hang'd at Edinburgh, for an attempt made upon the Archbishop of St. Andrews.) And Major Thomas Weir (a Gifted Brother at the Knack of Extempore Prayer) who was burnt between Edinburgh and Leith April the 11th, 1670. for adultery, beastiality with a mare and a cow, and incest with his own sister, who was likewise hang'd the next day after him. To which is added an account of the original of Presbytery in Scotland, and their Behaviour towards the Episcopal Clergy; wherein is Demonstrated that Rebellion has ever been the Principal Article of their Faith. Written by an Advocate of the civil law in Scotland.
Trials (Attempted murder) -- Texas. : Address to the jury by Col. John Hallum in self defense in the case of the state of Texas against him : an indictment for shooting a minister of of the Gospel : together with the extraordinary facts and remarkable incidents connected with the trial and prosecution.
Trials (Bigamy) -- England -- London -- 18th century. : The trial of Robert Fielding, Esq. On Wednesday, December 4, 1706, in the Fifth Year of the Reign of Queen Anne, for felony, in marrying Her Grace the Duchess of Cleveland; his first wife being then alive; With the Proceedings, after the Trial, in the Prerogative Court. To which is added An appendix relating to the indictment instituted against Elizabeth Duchess of Kingston, Pointing to Circumstances somewhat Similar.