Trials (Sedition) -- Ireland. : An Accurate and impartial narrative of the apprehension, trial & execution on the 5th of June, 1798, of Sir Edward William Crosbie, bart. [electronic resource] : including a copy of the minutes of the proceedings of the court-martial, which tried him : together with authentic documents relating to the whole of his conduct and the proceedings against him / published in justice to his memory by his family.
Trials (Sedition) -- Russia (Federation) -- Moscow. : Report of court proceedings in the case of the Anti-Soviet Trotskyite Centre : heard before the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the U.S.S.R., Moscow, January 23-30, 1937, in re: Y.L. Pyatakov, K.B. Radek, G.Y. Sokolnikov, L.P. Serebryakov, N.I. Muralov, Y.A. Livshitz, Y.N. Drobnis, M.S. Boguslavsky, I.A. Knyazev, S.A. Rataichak, B.O. Norkin, A.A. Shestov, M.S. Stroilov, Y.D. Turok, I.Y. Hrasche, G.E. Pushin, V.V. Arnold, accused of treason against the country, espionage, acts of diversion, wrecking activities, and the preparation of terrorist acts, i.e., of crimes covered by articles 58(1a), 58(8), 58(9) and 58(11) of the Criminal Code of the R.S.F.S.R. : verbatim report.
Trials (Sedition) -- Washington (D.C.) : Communist Party of the United States of America, petitioner, v. Subversive Activities Control Board, respondent : on review of order of the Subversive Activities Control Board : brief for petitioner / Vito Marcantonio, John J. Abt, Joseph Forer, attorneys for petitioner.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- Early works to 1800. : The full tryal, examination, and conviction of Mr. James Taylor a tanner : at Kingston Assizes, before the Lord Chief Baron Ward, on Friday the 12th day of March 1703 for vindicating by seditious words the horrid murther of King Charles the First, the Calves Head Clubb, and others scandalous and dangerous expressions against the Queen and all the race of the Royal Family. &c. Who was prosecuted by William Borret, Esq.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- Newcastle upon Tyne. : An account of the trial of Alexander Whyte : baker, for a false, malicious, and seditious libel; of which charge he was honourably acquitted, at the quarter sessions, held for the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, on Wednesday, July 17, 1793. Published by the defendant, for the benefit of his family; who have suffered much during his long confinement.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- Newcastle upon Tyne -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the trial of Alexander Whyte, baker for a false, malicious, and seditious libel, of which charge he was honourably acquitted, at the Quarter Sessions, held for the town and county of Newcastle upon Tyne, on Wednesday, July 17, 1793 [electronic resource] / published by the defendant for the benefit of his family, who have suffered much during his long confinement.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- Warwick. : The trial of W. Lovett, journeyman cabinet-maker [electronic resource] : for a seditious libel : before Mr. Justice Littledale, at the Assizes at Warwick, on Tuesday, the 6th of August, 1839.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- Great Britain -- Humor. : A faithful report of the trial of Hurdy Gurdy : tried and convicted of a seditious libel in the court of King's Bench, on the testimony of French Horn, the approver : with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the learned chief justice to the jury.