Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Kent. : The King, on the prosecution of the inhabitants of the Parish of Wrotham, in the county of Kent, against John Marten, one of the overseers of the poor of the said Parish, for the year 1806, 1807 and 1808 [electronic resource] : for passing several false and fraudulent accounts as overseer, and verifying the same on oath, and cheating and defrauding the parishioners of several sums of money.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Lodlow. : Proceedings in the Court of Chancery, against the Corporation of Ludlow, as trustees of Mr. Fox's charity [electronic resource] : for pulling down St. Leonard's Chapel, Corve-Street, Lodlow, and converting the burial ground thereof to unhallowed uses : wherein the court discharged the corporation from their trust and ordered them to pay the expense of rebuilding the said chapel : to which are added, observations on the corporate rights and parliamentary representation of the inhabitants of Ludlow : and also, an essay on borough influence.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Northumberland. : Thomas Baumgardner vs. the Big Mountain Improvement Company, and William P. Jenks, president, and Charles W. Trotter, William A. Atlee, Thomas Shipley, and D. Clark Wharton, directors of said company [electronic resource] : S.C. in equity, July term, 1862, no. 4 : appeal from the Supreme Court at Nisi Prius.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Rugby. : Report of the proceedings respecting Rugby School, before the Right Hon. Lord Langdale, master of the rolls [electronic resource] : with His Lordship's judgment thereon.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Shropshire. : Report of the trial of the cause of Doe on the demise of Henry Francis Bather, plaintiff, and John Brayne and John Edwards, defendants [electronic resource] : at the Shropshire Lent Assizes, 1848 : with reference to the last will and testament of Mr. William Brayne, late of Shrewsbury, (deceased) / from the short-hand notes of Mr. F.N. Walsh.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- Winchester. : Proceedings in a trial, the King, on the prosecution of James Cooper, against the Rev. Richard Bingham : and on a motion for a new trial, and on the defendant's being brought up for judgment / taken in shorthand by Mr. Gurney ; with explanatory preface and notes and an appendix.
Trials (Fraud) -- England -- York. : Report of the trial of the cause, Judd v. Graham [electronic resource] : tried at the castle of York, before Mr. Justice Parke, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1832.
Trials (Fraud) -- France -- Paris -- Early works to 1800. : M⥭oire a consulter et consultation pour la Marquise de Gabriac, tutrice de ses enfans mineurs, contre la demoiselle meunier, le sieur d'Argilly, son sils naturel, le nomm⥠Neel, &c., &c., &c., &c., question principale [electronic resource] : dans une succession ob⥲⥥, faut-il d⥣larer nuls ou seulement r⥤uire des donations & des legs consid⥲ables faits ᡠune concubine & ᡠdiff⥲ens b㡴ards au pr⥪udice des enfans l⥧itimes?
Trials (Fraud) -- Germany -- Early works to 1800. : Unpartheyische ex actis primae instantiae extrahirte facti species in Sachen Wittib Mencken, Modo Betzemeyers Ehefrau und deren Tochter Sophien Mencken, Appellanten, wider Bartold Henrich Mencken, Appellaten und gesezm衳sigen Lehnsfolger [electronic resource] : praetensae appellationis prime, secunde et tertie.
Trials (Fraud) -- Guyana -- Demerara. : Report of His Majesty's Most Honorable Privy Council, in the case of William Rough, sergeant at law, late president of the Court of Criminal and Civil Justice, Demerara, complainant, against John Murray, Esquire, a lieutenant-general in His Majesty's forces, late lieutenant-governor of that colony, respondent [electronic resource].
Trials (Fraud) -- History -- 18th century. : The case of Christopher Atkinson, Esq. stated at large; together with a complete account of all his commission transactions with the Honorable Commissioners, for victualling His Majesty's Navy [electronic resource].
Trials (Fraud) -- Illinois -- Chicago. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, no. 703, October term, A.D., 1875, Herman Lieb et al., appellants, vs. Henry P. Kidder and Daniel P. Stone, appellees [electronic resource] : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois : brief and argument for appellees / O.H. Browning for appellees.
Trials (Fraud) -- Kentucky -- Lexington. : The trial of Rev. John H. Brown, by the West Lexington Presbytery, on charge of misrepresentation, fraudulent sale and unchristian conduct [electronic resource] : with a certified copy of the documents, evidence and proceedings.