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Conservation Treatment Job # 11641
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Bound as "Trials no.25" - Important and interesting trial of Mortimer J. Smith : on an indictment for libel on Miss Emma Williams : for having connected her name with the separation of David Groesbeck, (the New York Wall Street broker,) from his wife, in the Albany County Court of 1870 - Accurate account of the trial of William Corder, for the murder of Maria Marten of Polstead, in Suffolk ... 1828 - Celebrated case of Bagot v. Bagot which occupied the Irish probate court from the 25th April to the 20th May, 1878. 1878 - Particulars respecting the trial, condemnation and execution of Major Henry Alexander Campbell, at the Armagh assizes, August 10, 1808, for killing, in a duel, Captain Alexander Boyd : together with two letters by Major Campbell, one to his confidential f 1808 - Remarks upon a recent opinion of the Honorable Oswald Thompson, Esq.... in a part of the divorce case of Griswold vs. Griswold,... / by Theodore Cuyler, counsel of the libellant, the Rev. R.W. Griswold. 1857 - Statement of facts / by J. Benjafield, esq. Together with the trial of the printer and proprietor of the County Chronicle, for a libel; before Lord Ellenborough, and A special jury; at Guildhall, London, on the 22d Dec. 1812. Taken, in short hand, by Mr. 1813 - Trial of Rev. Joy Hamlet Fairchild. On a charge of adultery with Miss Rhoda Davidson. Reported for the Boston daily times, by J. E. P. Weeks, esq. 1845 - Case of Thomas Lord Cochrane, K.B. : containing the history of the hoax, the trial, the proceedings in the House of Commons, and the meetings of the electors of Westminster : to which is prefixed, a biographical sketch of his Lordship; with an appendix, c 1814 - Trials and confessions of Madison Henderson, alias Blanchard, Alfred Amos Warrick, James W. Seward, and Charles Brown, murderers of Jesse Baker and Jacob Weaver : as given by themselves and likeness of each, taken in jail shortly after their arrest. 1841 - Extraordinary life & trial of Madame Rachel : at the Central Criminal Court ... on the 22, 23, 24 & 25 September, 1868 : before Mr. Commissioner Kerr ... : the report copied verbatim from the Times. 1868 - Whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the king's attorney-general against Thomas Paine for a libel upon the revolution and settlement of the crown and regal government as by law established; and also upon the bill of rig 1793 - Whole of the proceedings : duly authenticated, in the case of divorce of Andrew Ure, M.D. v. Catharine Ure, for adultery with Granville Sharpe Pattison : tried in the Consistory Court at Edinburgh on the 30th of January, 1819. 1821
Conservation Treatment Job #11641 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 12 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.25", each has a different title and author.Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Trials K540.T75 no.25 -A1-Swanson.JPG;
Conservation; Book repair
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Ret'd to home dept 8/4/2008, sent to Bronwyn for Scanning 9/12/2011, sent to scanning by Law, verified by Bronwyn 1/9/2012, Returned to Law Library and signed for by Thomas Mills on 6/13/12.SAT Scanning ID: SAT_269, SAT_270, SAT_271, SAT_272, SAT_273, SAT_274, SAT_275, SAT_276, SAT_277, SAT_278, SAT_279, SAT_280