Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Early works to 1800. : The arraignment, tryal and condemnation of Capt. John Quelch, and others of his company, &c., for sundry piracies, robberies and murder committed upon the subjects of the King of Portugal, Her Majesty's Allie, on the coast of Brasil, &c. [electronic resource] : who upon full evidence, were found guilty, at the Court-House in Boston, on the thirteenth of June, 1704 by virtue of a commission, grounded upon the act of the eleventh and twelfth years of King William, for the more effectual suppression of piracy, with the arguments of the Queen's council and council for the prisoners upon the said act : perused by his excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., captain-general and commander in chief in and over Her Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, in America, &c. : to which are also added, some papers that were produc'd at the tryal abovesaid : with an account of the ages of the several prisoners and the places where they were born.
Trials (Robbery) -- Mexico -- Tacubaya. : Historia del crimen de Tacubaya : robo en cuadrilla, asalto y heridas perpetrados en la casa del señor don Federico Hube, la noche del 19 al 20 de julio de 1882 / por Hilario S. Gabilondo.
Trials (Robbery) -- Missouri. : The trial of Frank James for murder [electronic resource] : with confessions of Dick Liddil and Clarence Hite and history of the "James gang."
Trials (Robbery) -- New England. : Review of the "Life of Michael Martin, who was executed for highway robbery, December 20, 1821, as given by himself" [electronic resource].
Trials (Robbery) -- Pennsylvania. : The thrilling adventures of Alice Dunbar [electronic resource] : the celebrated horse thief and female Jack Sheppard, whose daring exploits have created the greatest excitement throughout the country : she is styled by the detectives "The women of many disguises" / a true story edited by James Colley.
Trials (Robbery) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : The mail robbers, or, Evils attendant on a sinful life [electronic resource] : comprising a journal kept during the visits of the author to George Wilson and James Porter, both convicted of the robbery of the reading mail, Dec. 6, 1829, and sentenced to be executed July 2, 1830 : the former received a pardon from the president, so far as capital punishment was to be inflected䨥 latter suffered the penalty of death : also, the death warrant, Wilson's pardon, &c. : designed as a warning to youth / by Thomas Porter.
Trials (Robbery) -- Qu⥢ec (Province) : The Trial, defence, &c., of William Ross, who was executed together with Robert Ellis, J.B. Monarque & W. Johnson, at Quebec, in April last [electronic resource] : for a burglary and robbery committed at the house of Messire Masse, cure of Pointe Levi on the night of the 29th September, 1826.
Trials (Robbery) -- Rhode Island. : Trial, life and confession of Amos Miner [electronic resource] : who was executed on Friday Dec. 27, 1833, for the murder of John Smith, Esq., late town-sergeant of Foster : with his speech under the gallows : also, the trial and sentence of Charles Brown for highway robbery : (one of the most interesting works of the kind).
Trials (Robbery) -- Scotland -- Perth. : The trial of Mr. Samuel Faulks before the Circuit Court of Justiciary held at Perth on the 1st October 1853 : charged with an attempt to rob the Dundee Banking Company on the 31st January 1852. With an appendix.
Trials (Robbery) -- Vermont. : Confession of Michael Martin, or Captain Lightfoot [electronic resource] : who was hung at Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the year 1821, for the robbery of Maj. Bray : also an account of Dr. John Wilson, who recently died at Brattleboro', Vt., believed by many to be the notorious Captain Thunderbolt.
Trials (Robbery) -- Virginia -- Fairfax County. : The interesting trial of William F. Hooe [electronic resource] : for the murder of William Simpson, with the speeches of the counsel upon the occasion : to which is added, his confession and an account of his execution, which took place on June 30th, 1826.
Trials (Sabotage) -- England -- London. : Yantlet creek [electronic resource] : Rex versus James Mountague, W.L. Newman, John Nelson, and four others : the city solicitor's report to the Court of Lord Mayor and Aldermen, relative to the proceedings for obtaining a new trial : with the appendix, containing the arguments of counsel, &c., and a copy of the order of the said court, made thereon, 8th November, 1825.
Trials (Sabotage) -- Great Britain. : The trial at large of James Hill, otherwise James Hind, otherwise James Aitken, commonly known by the name of John the Painter : who was tried and convicted at the assizes held at Winchester, on Thursday March 6, 1777, and executed and hung in chains, at Portsmouth, on Monday March 10, for setting fire to the rope-house in his Majesty's dock-yard at Portsmouth, on Saturday the 7th of December, 1776 ; together with the confession he made before magistrates and to Commissioner Gambier; and an account of his behaviour at the time of his execution ; also, the particulars of his life, previous to his setting fire to the dock-yard, which he gave to Mr. White, Keeper of the Goal at Winchester.