Trials (Murder) -- Connecticut -- Preston. : The Life and confession of Miner Babcock [electronic resource] : who was executed at Norwich, Connecticut, June 6th, 1816 for the murder of London, a Blackman / taken by the county Gaoler at his request.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- 17th century. : An Account of the tryal and examination gf Count Conningsmark : with the names of the murtherers and persons suspected as accessaries in the death of T. Thynn, Esq. who are as follows, viz. Frederick Harder, chyrurgeon to the said Count, Dr. Nicholas Dubartin, doctor to the said Count, Peter Merckman, all three committed and suspected as accessaries to the said murther : Amien Berg, committed for want of sureties, to give evidence against the said persons, who was the Captains man, and discovered the gun, being left behind in his lodging till they came back : Captain Vratz, Geo. Boroski and John Sterne were the bloody murtherers, which they confessed : Boroski and Sterne were the said Captains men.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : The narrative of the proceedings at the Sessions House in the Old-Baily : from Wednesday the 13 of this instant October to Saturday the 16, being a full account of the most remarkable tryals, examinations and condemnations of several malefactors, for several crimes ...
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Bath. : The trial of Robert Douglass, for the murder of Samuel H. Ives, which was held at Bath, March 21st, 1825 [electronic resource] : together with such an account of the culprit as can be collected from authentic sources and his last conversations.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Bedfordshire. : The bloody tragedy or A dreadful warning to disobedient children [electronic resource] : giving a sad and dreadful account of one John Gill in the town of Woborn, in Bedfordshire, who lived a wicked life : how coming home drunk one night, he asked his father for money to carry on his debaucheries, who putting him off till next morning, he grew so impatient and desperately wicked, that he arose in the dead of the night : and cut his father's and mother's throats in their bed, afterwards binding and ravishing the maid-servant he murdered her also and then robbed the house of the plate and money and set it on fire, burning the dead bodies to ashes : with the manner of the discovery and being apprehended, what confession he made before the magistrates, how the ghosts of the dead bodies, appeared to him in goal : together with his dying speech at the place of execution : with several other things worthy the observation of young people.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Buckinghamshire. : The Remarkable trial of Miss Mary Laws, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. : Who poisoned her father Sir W. Laws, two brothers, and a sister, after she had been seven years at a boarding-school at Aylesbury.-Also an account of her last dying words and confession at the place of execution, in Aylesbury Market-Place. Together with an account of a sermon which was preached on the occasion. Likewise an excellent prayer which she composed a short time before her execution.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Bury Saint Edmunds. : The trial at large of Jeremiah Theobald : otherwise Hasell, and James May, otherwise Folkes, for the wilful murder of Mrs. Frances Phillips of Eriswell, in the county of Suffolk, at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmund's in the said county, on Tuesday the 18th of March, 1783, before Sir James Eyre, Knt. One of His Majesty's Barons of the Court of Exchequer; in the sheriffalty of Robert Trotman, Esq. Taken in short-hand by T. Notcutt.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Chelmsford -- Early works to 1800. : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from this last Lent Assizes at the city of Winchester in Hampshire : being a full and true relation of George Bromman, and Dorothy Newman, his wicked strumpet, being both agreed to make away his own wife, and son ... : also the manner how they were hang'd in chains .. on Tuesday the 7th of this instant March, 1676 : as also an account of a young-man that murdered his sweet-heart, being his fellow-servant at Stratford by Bow ... : as also hovv he vvas condemn'd to be hang'd at Chelmsford Assizes, the 28th of February, 1676 / by L. White..
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Cheshire. : The trial of John Lomas and Edith Morrey [electronic resource] : for the wilful murder of George Morrey, farmer, at Hankelow, Cheshire, master of the said John Lomas and husband of the said Edith Morrey, at the Castle of Chester, on Friday, the 21st of August, 1812, before the Hon. Robert Dallas, His Majesty's chief justice and the Hon. Francis Burton, His Majesty's other justice : illustrated with a ground plan of Mr. Morrey's house and of the upper rooms : to which is added an appendix.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Cheshire -- Early works to 1800. : The evidence on the trial of John Thornhill for the murder of Sarah Statham, at Lymm, in Cheshire [electronic resource] : for which he was executed, at Chester, on Monday the twenty-third of April, 1798 : with some particulars of his behaviour, previous to and after his condemnation.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Clitheroe -- Early works to 1800. : The trial at large of Nicholas Wilkinson, Doctor Herd, and Henry Worswick, for the wilful murder of George Battersby, at Clithero, in the night of the 25th of March, 1773. Tried at the Castle of Lancaster, April 3d, 1778, Before The Hon. Sir Henry Gould, Knight, One of the Justices of his Majesty's Court of Common-Pleas. Taken down in short-hand, by W. Williamson, Short-Hand Writer, No. 3. Furnival's Inn-Court, London. And Published by Authority.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Deptford (London) -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Mr. George Timewell, late secretary to Commodore Mitchell [electronic resource] : who was tried on board the Katherine Yacht at Deptford, on Wednesday the 20th day of July, 1748, for the murder of Captain Thomas Gregory, commander of His Majesty's ship Folktone, who was killed in a duel in the Province of Zealand in Holland, on Monday the 25th day of January last / taken in court by Ralph Carter.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Derby. : A True and particular account of the cruel and inhuman murder, that was committed by one Susanna Morton, aged 23 years, on her bastard child, with the assistance of one James Preston, aged 70, who were both executed on Thursday last, at Derby, together with their last dying words and confessions; likewise the most remarkable and shocking account of Ann Hoon, aged 24 years, for the murder of her infant child, about 14 months old, by throwing it into a tub of water, in order to surrender herself up for execution, on account of her being threatened with a prosecution for breaking down a rail or two of a fencing belonging to a gentleman's plantation in the neighbourhood, she being short of wood to heat her oven, and could not bear the thoughts of being parted from her child whom she was so fond of. Also an account of the murder of Hannah Oldfield, by Job Ward, her fellow servant, by giving her arsenic, for the purpose of procuring abhortion, she being with child by him.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Doncaster -- Early works to 1800. : Trial of Lieutenant-Colonel Bell, of the 46th Regiment of Foot, lately quartered at Doncaster, and also of William Cooper Foster, captain in the 46th, and Owen Evans, labourer [electronic resource] : for the murder of George Crigan, late surgeon in the same regiment, at the Guildhall of the city of York : before Baron Thompson, on Monday, July 31, 1797.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Durham. : The trial of James Wolfe, Geo. Wolfe and John Eden [electronic resource] : charged with the murder of Isabella Young at Herrington in August, 1815 : together with an outline of evidence procured subsequent to the trial, which ultimately led to the pardon of James Wolfe and John Eden, convicted of such crime : also the trial of James Lincoln, convicted at the Summer Assizes, 1820, for perjury, connected with the above case.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Durham (County) : Report of the trials of the pitmen and others [electronic resource] : concerned in the late riots, murders, &c., in the Hetton and other collieries, at the Durham Summer Assizes, 1832 : including a full report of Mr. Justice Parke's charge to the grand jury.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Essex. : An account of two remarkable trials for murder in the counties of Gloucester and Essex [electronic resource] / the first related by Sir Thomas Overbury, Kt., of Burton, in Gloucestershire and the other by that very learned antiquary the late Joseph Strutt.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Essex -- Early works to 1800. : The whole tryal of John Swann and Elizabeth Jeffries [electronic resource] : for the murder of her uncle Mr. Joseph Jeffryes, at Walthamstow, in Essex, on the third day of July 1751, at the assizes held at Chelmsford in Essex, on Wednesday the 11th of March, 1752 : before the Honourable Sir Martin Wright, and Sir Michael Foster, knights, two of His Majesty's justices of the Court of King's Bench : being the first assizes in the Sheriffwick of Sir Edmund Allen, baronet, High-Sheriff of the said county : to which is prefixed, the will of the Late Mr. Joseph Jeffrys.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Exeter. : Trial of John Blaisdell [electronic resource] : on an indictment for the murder of John Wadleigh, at the Superior Court of Judicature, holden at Exeter, September 1822 / reported by a Member of the bar.
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Hereford -- Early works to 1800. : An authentic trial of William Spiggot, otherwise Spickett, John Spiggot, otherwise Spickett, William Morris, William Thomas, otherwise Blink, David Morgan, otherwise Lacey, William Walter Evan, Charles David Morgan, William Charles and David Llewellin, who were tried on Wednesday, the 28th of March, 1770, at Hereford, before the Honourable Mr. Baron Perrott and Mr. Justice Yates, for the inhuman murder of William Powell, of Glanareth, in the county of Carmarthen, Gent. [electronic resource].
Trials (Murder) -- England -- Hertford -- Early works to 1800. : The tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq., John Marson, Ellis Stevens, and William Rogers, gent., upon an indictment for the murther of Mrs. Sarah Stout, a Quaker, before Mr. Baron Hatsell, at Hertford Assizes, July 18, 1699, of which they were acquitted [electronic resource] : with the opinions of the eminent physicians and chyrurgeons on both sides concerning drowned bodies delivered in the tryal and the several letters produced in court.