Trials (Inheritance) -- Massachusetts -- Marshfield. : To the Honourable His Majesty's justices of the Superiour Court of Judicature, for the counties of Plymouth, Barnstable, &c. [electronic resource] : Nathanael Matson is plaintiff, Nathanael Thomas is defendant, in the original of this suit. Arguments for the defendant on a special verdict in this cause in answer to the plaintiffs reasons and arguments.
Trials (Insanity) -- England -- London. : An inquiry into the state of mind of W.F. Windham, Esq., of Fellbrigg Hall, Norfolk before Samuel Warren, Esq., Q. C., and a special jury : upon the petition of General Windham, C. B., etc., the uncle of the alleged lunatic, and other members of the family : at Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer, Westminster, commencing December 16, 1861.
Trials -- Ireland -- Borrisokane. : A report of seven trials at the Clonmel Summer Assizes of MDCCCXXIX [electronic resource] : including those which arose out of the occurrences at Borrisokane, on the 26th and 28th of July, 1829 / by A. Brewster.
Trials -- Ireland -- Clare. : A report of trials under a Special Commission for the County of Clare : held at Ennis, January 1848 / by John Simpson Armstrong.
Trials -- Ireland -- Tipperary (County) : Report of the trials before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice and the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron : at the Special Commission for the county Tipperary, held at Clonmel commencing on the 24th of January and ending on the 1st of February, 1848 / by Henry W. Lover.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- England. : Canning's farthing post. : Containing the whole proceedings relating to her sufferings, from the time of her being assaulted ... to her being try'd at the Old-Bailey, .. As also, the trials of Mary Squires, Susannah Wells, and the three Abbotsbury men, ...
Trials (Kidnapping) -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The full tryals examination and conviction, of Hagon Swanson, and Sarah Benton his pretended sister at the Queens-Bench Bar Westminster, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1702. before the Lord Chief Justice Holt, &c. : Also the tryals of John Hartwell and John Spurr, two bailiffs for being confederates with them in forcibly carrying away Pleasant Rawlins an heiress, &c.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- England -- Lancaster. : The trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield : indicted with one Edward Thevenot, a servant, for a conspiracy and for the abduction of Miss Ellen Turner, the only child and heiress of William Turner, Esq. of Shrigley Park in the county of Chester.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- England -- Oxford -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Messrs. Lockhart & Lauden Gordon [electronic resource] : for forcibly taking Mrs. Leigh from her house in Bolton Row, Piccadilly, (taken at Oxford Assizes,) containing a full and authentic account of the whole transaction, as well as her genuine wonderful dream : together with every circumstance that is interesting to the public.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- France -- Early works to 1800. : Proceedings in a cause lately depending before the Parliament of Paris, in the nature of a ravishment of ward [electronic resource] : wherein Philip Journeaulx, Esq., guardian to Deodata and Elizabeth Roach (children of John Roach of London, merchant, deceased and formerly major of Fort St. George) was appellant and Richard Quane (late a bankrupt in London, but now a refugee at Paris) and others were defendants : for secreting and detaining the said young ladies in divers convents from their mother and guardians in England and for clandestinely marrying the eldest (not twelve years old) to the said Quane's son : containing the arguments and pleadings in court (in presence of the English minister) of M. Gueau de Reverseaux, a learned advocate and counsellor of the parliament and of Mr. Journeaulx the guardian, demanding judgment for annulling the said marriage and delivery of his wards, as subjects of the Crown of Great Britain, in which a great principle of the law of nations was debated, viz. to what nation two children belong that were born at Fort St. George in the East-Indies / translated from the French originals sign'd by the said advocate and guardian.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- Illinois. : Speech of John Hossack, convicted of a violation of the Fugitive slave law, before Judge Drummond, of the United States District Court, Chicago, Ill. [electronic resource].
Trials (Kidnapping) -- Illinois -- Ottawa. : Report of the trial of John Hossack : indicted for rescuing a fugitive slave from the U.S. deputy marshal, at Ottawa, October 20th, 1859 : phonographically reported, including the evidence, arguments of counsel & charge of the court, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Honorable Thomas Drummond, judge, February term, 1860 / R.R. Hitt, reporter.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- Ireland -- Cork. : The trial of Sir Henry Browne Hayes, knt., for forcibly and feloniously taking away Miss Mary Pike, on the twenty-second day of July, 1797 [electronic resource] : before Mr. Justice Day and a most respectable jury on the thirteenth day of April, 1801 / taken down by an Eminent short-hand writer.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : The Whole case and proceedings in relation to Bridget Reading, an heiress [electronic resource] : containing an account of Kimberly's being sent to Ireland to bring over the said Bridget Reading and of her pretended marriage with Braddock Mead : the information of Bridget Reading before Sir William Billers, against Braddock Mead, Daniel Kimberly, and Joseph Fisher, with the warrant of commitment granted thereupon by the said Sir William Billers : the petition of Daniel Reading to His Grace the Duke of New-Castle, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State : several affidavits before the Lord Chief Justice Raymond and Judge Probyn : the opinion of the Court of King's Bench : with the opinion of the Atorney-General and his report to the Duke of New-Castle, relating to the pretended marriage and felony : with the Lord Townshend's warrant thereupon for conveying Kimberly, &c., to Ireland to be betry'd there for felony : to which is added the tryal of the said Kimberly with his case or last dying words and an original letter sent by him to Mr. Reading written some few days before his execution and Mr. Reading's answer.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- Italy -- Genoa. : Trial of Wikoff, Vannoud, and Cavallari [electronic resource] : for a conspiracy to effect a forced marriage between Miss Gamble, and one of the accused : before the High court of Genoa, February 9-10, 1852.
Trials (Kidnapping) -- New York (State) -- Ontario County. : The Trial of James Lackey, Isaac Evertson, Chauncy H. Coe, Holloway Howard, Hiram Hubbard, John Butterfield, James Ganson, Asa Knowlen, Harris Seymour, Henry Howard, and Moses Roberts [electronic resource] : for kidnapping Capt. William Morgan at the Ontario General Sessions held at Canandaigua, Ontario County, Aug. 22, 1827.