Trials (Naval offenses) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The trials at large, at a court-martial, held on board His Majesty's ship London, at Chatham, The 23d of September, 1745, and continued to be held by Adjournment, for enquiring into the conduct of Admiral Mathews, Vice-Admiral Lestock, and other officers, charged With Misconduct in the late Action off Toulon, in the Mediterranean, in February, 1743. part II. Containing the trial of Captain Edmund Williams, who then commanded his Majesty's Ship Royal-Oak.
Trials (Naval offenses) -- India -- Bombay. : The trial of Captain John Betham of the honorable company's marine [electronic resource] : on charges preferred against him by Capt. Sir Charles Malcolm, knt., Royal Navy, superintendent of the Bombay Marine : including part of the correspondence relative thereto, and the documents rejected by the court.
Trials (Naval offenses) -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : A true and circumstantial account of the total defeat of the French fleet off the coast of Ireland, on the 12th inst., by Sir John Borlase Warren and the capture of one ship of 84 guns and four frigates after a most obstinate and bloody engagement which lasted near five hours, in which the French had a great number of the troops destined for the invasion of Ireland killed : also the safe arrival of the prizes and the number of troops, &c., on board [electronic resource] : to which is added, some observations on the importance of this glorious victory, which has saved the effusion of much blood and prevented the renewal of civil war in Ireland, god save the king.
Trials (Naval offenses) -- New York (State) : Record of proceedings of a naval general court martial [electronic resource] : convened by order of the Hon. the Secretary of the Navy on the 25th July, 1842, on board the U.S. Ship North Carolina at New York in the trial of passed midshipman William May, United States Navy.
Trials (Naval offenses) -- New York (State) -- New York. : Proceedings of a Navy general court martial, convened at the New York Navy Yard, Oct. 29, 1862 [electronic resource] : for the trial of G.B.N. Tower, first assistant engineer, upon the charges of "Disobedience of orders," and "Treating with contempt his superior, being in the execution of his office."
Trials (Naval offenses) -- Spain -- Madrid. : Causas c⥬ebres hist⯲icas espa䮯las, por el Excmo. Se䮯r Conde De Fabraquer, ex-ministro de los tribunales supremos de guerra y marina, ordenes, y cruzada, antiguo ministro del consejo de castilla, etc., etc. [electronic resource].
Trials -- New York (State) -- Buffalo. : Expose of the scene at the court house in Buffalo, January 18, 1839, on the trial at the Erie Circuit of the cause Edward Kellogg & Co. vs. O.H. Dibble & Co. : with an appendix, touching an indictment of P.B. at the Erie Oyer and Terminer in October 1834.
Trials -- Northern Ireland -- Belfast -- History -- 19th century -- Sources. : Expense of conveying prisoners from Portland to Belfast : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly, dated 8th March, 1870 for : a return showing cost of carrying prisoners to and from Portland to Belfast for trial since the the [sic.] removal of the Circuit Court from the former to the latter town.
Trials (Nuisances) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : Report of Harrison and others vs. St. Mark's Church, Philadelphia : a bill to restrain the ringing of bells so as to cause a nuisance to the occupants of the dwellings in the immediate vicinity of the church : in the Court of Common Pleas, no. 2 : in equity : before Hare, P.J., and Mitchell, Associate J., Philadelphia, February 1877.