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 -- North Carolina. : In the matter of the Republic of Cuba vs. the State of North Carolina : for recovery upon certain fraudulent bonds issued during the reconstruction period : record of the proceedings in the Supreme Court of the United States, and other documents / prepared and published by James S. Manning, attorney-general of North Carolina, under authority of a joint resolution of the General Assembly of North Carolina of 1917.
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.
Trials (Obscenity) -- England -- London. : The trial of Lady Chatterley : Regina v. Penguin Books Limited : the transcript of the trial / edited by C.H. Rolph ; with illustrations by Paul Hogarth and a selection of cartoons.
Trials (Obscenity) -- New York (State) : Jurgen and the law [electronic resource] : a statement with exhibits, including the court's opinion, and the brief for the defendants on motion to direct an acquittal / edited by Guy Holt.
Trials (Offenses against the person) : Scandalum magnatum, or, The great trial at Chelmnesford assizes : held March 6, for the county of Essex, betwixt Henry, Bishop of London, plaintiff, and Edm. Hickeringill rector of the rectory of All-Saints in Colchester, defendant, faithfully related : together with the nature of the writ call'd supplicavit ... granted against Mr. Hickeringill .. as also the articles sworn against him, by six practors of doctors-common ... Published to prevent false reports..
Trials (Offenses against the person) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : A narrative of the proceedings of the religious society of the people called Quakers, in Philadelphia, against John Evans [electronic resource] : to which is added, a report of the evidence delivered on the trial of the case of John Evans, versus Ellis Yarnall and others : with an appendix, compiled under the direction of John Evans.
Paul, -- Trials -- Sermons. : A vindication of the Apostle Paul from the charge of sedition. : A sermon, preached in the Unitarian Chapel, in Essex-Street, London; on Sunday, July I. MDCCXCII. By John Disney, D.D. F.S.A.
Trials (Perjury) : A Narrative of the proceedings of the Court of King's-Bench, in Ireland : relating to the Trial of Mary Heath, for Perjury: In Two Letters. The First, from a Council learned in the Law, who was well acquainted with the Whole Proceedings. The Second, from a Gentleman who attended the Trial. .
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Canterbury. : An exposition of the practices of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, (with a view to their reformation) as exemplified in the cause of Peddle v. Evans in a letter to Dr. Lushington, M.P., one of the advocates of this Court and junior advocate of the defendant, wherein his reported attack in Parliament upon the conduct and character of the writer and others connected with the presentation of Mr. Peddle's petition is refuted [electronic resource] : to which are prefixed the proceedings of the House on Mr. Peddle's petition. Part the First / by Charles Houlden Walker.
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Durham. : The trial of James Wolfe, Geo. Wolfe and John Eden [electronic resource] : charged with the murder of Isabella Young at Herrington in August, 1815 : together with an outline of evidence procured subsequent to the trial, which ultimately led to the pardon of James Wolfe and John Eden, convicted of such crime : also the trial of James Lincoln, convicted at the Summer Assizes, 1820, for perjury, connected with the above case.
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Lancaster. : The Trial at full length of the 38 men [electronic resource] : from Manchester on a charge of administering an unlawful oath before Sir George Wood, K.B., at Lancaster, on Thursday, 27th August, 1812, with additional notes, &c., by several of the defendants.
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Nottingham. : A correct report of an appeal against an order of filiation in which Thomas Jowett, surgeon was the appellant and the churchwardens and overseers of the parish of St. Mary, Nottingham the respondents [electronic resource] : heard at the epiphany sessions for the town and county of the town of Nottingham before John Allen, Esq., mayor, WM. Reader, Esq., deputy recorder and the town magistrates on Thursday, January 11, 1827 / taken in short hand by Thomas Cohayne.
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Reading. : The remarkable tryal of Thomas Chandler, late of Clifford's Inn, London, Gent. : who was tried and convicted at the Lent Assizes at Reading, 1750, before Mr. Baron Clive, for wilful and corrupt perjury for swearing that he was robbed of fifteen bank notes of the value of 960 [pounds], 5 guineas in gold, 20s, and upwards in silver, and a silver watch, on the 24th of March 1747, between Hare-Hatch and Twyford in Berkshire, in the road to Reading, by three men on foot / by Edward Wise.
Trials (Perjury) -- England -- Stafford. : A summary, of the charges case and evidence, on an indictment, preferred at the last assizes at Stafford, against John Sparrow : an attorney, for perjury; intended as a justification of that proceeding.