Charles 1600-1649 -- Trials -- Early works to 1800. : A vvarning-peece to the Commons, Commissioners, Army ge, nerall , which now sit as judges on His Majesties sacred person, in the behalfe of the whole kingdome. Written by one that feares God, and honors his King, and prayeth for the peace of England.
Trials (Child sexual abuse) -- England -- Early works to 1800. : A Full and true relation of two very remarkable tryals at the quarter-sessions of the peace for the city and liberty of Westminster : held in the great hall, on Monday the third of October, and ending the eleventh of the same : the one, for scandalous words, by one Shippon : the other, of a priest in the gate-house, for spoiling a girl of nine years old / by way of letter to a friend.
Trials (Child sexual abuse) -- England -- London. : A full and true relation of two very remarkable tryals at the quarter-sessions of the peace for the city and liberty of Westminster : held in the Great Hall, on Monday the third of October, and ending the eleventh of the same : the one, for scandalous words, by one Shippon : the other, of a priest in the gate-house, for spoiling a girl of nine years old / by way of letter to a friend.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- Canada. : Canadian Companies proceedings in the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (December 8-17, 1915) in the appeals of the Attorney-general for Canada v. the Attorney-general for Alberta (1916) A.C. 588, insurance reference, the Bonanza Greek Gold Mining Company v. King (1916) A.C. 566, attorney-general for Ontario v. attorney-general for Canada (1916) A.C. 598, companies reference [electronic resource] : to which is added the judgments of the Judicial Committee in these cases and in the appeal of the John Deerce Plow Company v. Wharton (1915) A.C. and an index : also a review of the said decisions by Edward Robert Cameron, one of His Majesty's counsel and registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- Connecticut -- New Haven County. : E.S. Wheeler & Co., vs. New Haven Wire Co., [electronic resource] : in the matter of the application of Kidder, Peabody & Co., and the Baring Brothers, and Brown Brothers, and Heidelbach, Ickelheimer & Co. / argument of John W. Alling in behalf of the receiver.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- England -- Handsworth. : A correct report of the trial of Boulton v. Crowther being an action brought against the trustees of the Wednesbury and Handsworth Turnpike roads for alleged damages in the alteration of the road at Soho hill, Handsworth [electronic resource].
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- England -- Manchester. : Report of the cause tried at Dublin on June 27th, 28th, 30th, and July 1st, 1851, before the Right Hon. Francis Blackburne, lord chief justice of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, Ireland and a special jury, between Peter Carmichael, manager for Baxter, Brothers, and Co., Flax Spinners, etc., Dundee and James Combe & William Dunville, machine makers, Belfast [electronic resource] : for an infringement of letters patent, granted to Peter Carmichael for improvements in hackling or dressing flax, hemp, and other fibrous substances and improvements in machinery for rubbing, stretching and equalizing the breadth of cloth made from flax, hemp, jute and other fibrous substances.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The question concerning literary property, determined by the Court of King's Bench on 20th April, 1769, in the cause between Andrew Millar and Robert Taylor [electronic resource] : with the separate opinions of the four judges, and the reasons given by each in support of his opinion.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- Illinois. : Henry W. Putnam, appellant, vs. Charles G. Hutchinson [electronic resource] : appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois : filed October 7, 1882.
Trials (Commercial crimes) -- Ireland. : Report of the proceedings before the commissioners of customs upon an information against Mr. Thomas Naylor, of Great Britain-Street, grocer [electronic resource] : with a copy of the information, speeches of counsel and an appendix containing the several memorials, affidavits and notices attendant upon the seizure and trial : judgment pronounced in favor of Mr. Naylor.