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Trials (Military offenses) -- India.   4
Trials (Military offenses) -- India -- Secunder塢塤. : Proceedings of a European general court martial on the trial of Captain Frederick Crewe, Seventh Regiment Madras Native Infantry [electronic resource].  1859 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Indonesia -- Celebes. : Trial and sentence of Colonel Filz [electronic resource] : translated from an authentic copy sent to the Government of Maccassar and found among the records of that place.  1810? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland.   8
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Castlebar. : Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry, held at Castlebar, the 1st of December, 1800, pursuant to an order from His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant to investigate certain charges made against James Moore O'Donel, Esq., captain of the Newport-Pratt Cavalry, and Connel O'Donel, Esq., first lieutenant of said corps by the Rev. John Benton, doctor of laws, and chaplain to the South Mayo Militia, contained in a letter to Major Gen. Sir James Duff, bart. [electronic resource] : with an appendix, containing different letters and other papers referred to in the course of the trial.  1801 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Cork -- Early works to 1800. : Proceedings of a court-martial, held at the council-chamber, in the city of Cork, on Edmond Roche, Esq. [electronic resource] : on Monday, August 13, 1798, and the succeeding days.  1798 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Dublin.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Early works to 1800.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : Proceedings of a court-martial, held upon Captain Philip Hay, of the Third Regiment of Foot, by order of Major General Hunter, commanding His Majesty's troops in Wexford, July 27, 1798 [electronic resource].  1798 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ireland -- Sources. : An accurate and impartial narrative of the apprehension, trial and execution on the 5th of June, 1798, of Sir Edward William Crosbie ...  1802 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Jamaica. : Trial of Captain Theobald O'Doherty, of the Ninety-first, or Argyleshire Regiment [electronic resource] : by a general court martial, in the island of Jamaica : on charges preferred, by order of Major-General Sir John Keane, K.C.B. &c., &c., &c. : with an appendix containing an Official Communication from his Majesty's Judge-Advocate-General to Major-General Sir John Keane, K.C.B. and the remarks of His Majesty on another trial in Jamaica.  1826 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Jamaica -- Spanish Town. : Proceedings of the general court martial, assembled by order of His Excellency General George Nugent, lieutenant-governor and commander-in-chief of the island of Jamaica, &c., &c. [electronic resource] : for the trial of David Murray, Esq., a commissioner appointed for the parish of Westmoreland, for procuring subsistence for the Militia and for other duties : held in Spanish-Town the 8th and 9th of July, 1805 / (first published in the Kingston Chronicle and City Advertiser) ; with a preface, observations, &c., &c.  1805 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Japan.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Kansas. : Copy of the proceedings of the court martial and findings of the president, in the case of assistant surgeon James Simons, with other evidence [electronic resource].  1855? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Louisiana -- Baton Rouge.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Malta. : Trial of Captain Thomas Atchison, of the Royal Artillery [electronic resource] : by a general court martial at Malta : in consequence of having requested to be exonerated from firing patteraro salutes, and tolling a Roman Catholic bell, for the church and image rites of Roman Catholic priests : with an appendix, [d]escribing those rites of the Romish and Greek churches which British Protestant troops, infantry as well as artillery, were required by the priests to attend and assist, also, the nature of the attendance and assistance consequently ordered to be given : with official documents on the subject.  1825 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Maryland. : A reply to the Review of Judge Advocate General Holt, of the proceedings, findings and sentence of the general court martial, in the case of Major General Fitz John Porter and a vindication of that officer [electronic resource] / by Reverdy Johnson.  1863 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Maryland -- Frederick. : Defence of Major Gen. Pillow [electronic resource] : before the court of inquiry at Frederick, Maryland, against the charges preferred against him by Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott.  1848? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts.   15
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Boston.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge -- Early works to 1800. : The proceedings of a general court-martial held at Cambridge, on Tuesday the twentieth of January and continued by several adjournments to Wednesday the 25th of February, 1778, upon the trial of Colonel David Henley [electronic resource].  1778 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Charlestown (Boston)   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Early works to 1800. : Minutes and proceedings of the general court martial, held at the Royal Hospital, at Chelsea, on Saturday, the 22d of June, 1799 and continued by adjournment till Thursday, the 27th of the same month, on the conduct of Major Andrew Armstrong, of the 11th (or North Devonshire) Regt. of Foot, in the late expedition to ostend [electronic resource] : accompanied with extracts from the Parliamentary debates, general orders and official documents relative to the said expedition.  1799? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Salem.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Springfield. : Report of the Secretary of War, communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, copies of the proceedings of the court of inquiry in the case of Major J.W. Ripley, superintendent of the armory at Springfield [electronic resource].  1846? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Massachusetts -- Worcester.   4
Trials (Military offenses) -- Michigan -- Detroit. : Some of the proceedings in the trial of Lt. J.M. Baxley, of the 5th inf'y, in February, 1820 [electronic resource].  1820? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Missouri.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Missouri -- Saint Louis. : [Vindication of Brigadier General J. McKinstry] [electronic resource].  1862? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New Jersey. : Proceedings of a general court-martial [electronic resource] : held at Brunswick, in the state of New-Jersey, by order of His Excellency Gen. Washington, Commander-in-chief of the Army of the United States of America : for the trial of Major-General Lee, July 4th, 1778 : Major-General Lord Stirling, president.  1864 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New Jersey -- Morristown. : Proceedings of a general court martial for the trial of Major General Arnold : with an introduction, notes, and index.  1865 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New Jersey -- New Brunswick. : Proceedings of a general court-martial held at Brunswick, in the state of New-Jersey, by order of His Excellency Gen. Washington, Commander-in-chief of the Army of the United States of America, for the trial of Major-General Lee, July 4th, 1778 / Major-General Lord Stirling, president.  1864 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New York (State) : Trial of Ensign Robert Dillon, of the corps commonly called the Republican Green Riflemen [electronic resource] : before a court-martial, on two several charges, first of mutiny, second of ungentlemanly & unofficerlike conduct : with the proceedings, at full length, and the speeches of counsel on summing up, viz. of Mr. Sampson on behalf of the prisoner, and Mr. Adrian Hegeman, judge advocate, in reply : on his trial the jurisdiction of courts-martial over members of Militia and volunteer corps was amply investigated, many learned authorities and grave arguments adduced, enforced by humourous remarks and illustrations.  1809 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New York (State) -- Albany. : Report of the trial of Brig. General William Hull, commanding the North-Western Army of the United States [electronic resource] : by a court martial held at Albany on Monday, 3d January, 1814 and succeeding days / taken by Lieut. Col. Forbes.  1814 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- New York (State) -- New York.   5
Trials (Military offenses) -- Nova Scotia -- Halifax. : The trial of John Wilson, alias Jenkin Ratford, for mutiny, desertion and contempt : to which are subjoined a few cursory remarks.  1807 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ohio -- Cincinnati. : Decision of Judge Leavitt, of Ohio, in the Vallandigham habeas corpus case.  1863 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Ontario -- Toronto.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Pennsylvania.   3
Trials (Military offenses) -- Pennsylvania -- Chester.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Pennsylvania -- Early works to 1800. : Proceedings of a general court martial of the Line, held at Raritan, in the state of New-Jersey [electronic resource] : by order of His Excellency George Washington, Esq., general and commander in chief of the Army of the United States of America for the trial of Major General Arnold, June, 1, 1779 : Major General Howe, president.  1780 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.   4
Trials (Military offenses) -- Qu⥢ec (Province) : Proceedings of a court martial, holden at Quebec, for the trial of Lieutenant Benoit Bender, of the 41st Regiment of Foot, in July, 1815 [electronic resource].  1817 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Rhode Island.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Rhode Island -- Newport. : Minutes and proceedings of a court martial, convened and holden at Newport, on Friday the first day of August, A.D. 1817, by order of the commander in chief [electronic resource] : for the trial of charges exhibited against Capt. Robert B. Cranston, of the Newport Artillery.  1817? 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Rhode Island -- Providence.   2
Trials (Military offenses) -- Scotland. : Proceedings of the general court martial, held at Mussleburgh barracks, on the 24th, 25th, & 26th days of September last [electronic resource] : for the trial of Major Tho. Clarkson Moncrieff, of the first, or Berwickshire, Regiment of Militia, by orders of His Royal Highness the Duke of York, commander in chief, &c., &c.  1807 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : Condescendence for Major Allan MʻLean, defender in the process depending against him, at the instance of Capt. Robert Campbell, and others, officers in the 114th regiment.  1768 1
Trials (Military offenses) -- South Africa.   8
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