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Conservation Treatment Job # 12383
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Bound as "Trials no.34"
Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Trials K540.T75 no.34
Conservation Treatment Job # 12383 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 9 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.34", each has a different title and author.- Trials at large of Robert Watt, and David Downie, for high treason, : at the session of Oyer and Terminer, at Edinburgh, August 27, September 3d, and September 5th, 1794. At which they were both found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged, drawn, and quarter 1794- Alleged malpractice suit of Walsh vs. Sayre. 1870- Celebrated trial of Rev. Joy Hamlet Fairchild, for the alleged seduction of Miss Rhoda Davidson, together with his own defence before the Council. 1844- Eccentricities & anecdotes of Albert John Tirrell : the reputed murderer of the beautiful Maria Bickford, who met her untimely fate on the night of the 25th October 1845, in the moral and religious city of Boston : with an appendix presenting the most aut 1846- Record of the proceedings of a general court martial, holden at the court-house in Salem, in the county of Essex, Monday, Sept. 28, 1812, by order of His Excellency Caleb Strong ... on the complaint of Lieut. Col. Samuel Brimblecom and others against Eben 1812- Trial of Matt. F. Ward, : for the murder of Prof. W.H.G. Butler, before the Hardin criminal court, April term 1854. / Reported for the Louisville courier and Louisville democrat, by Geo. Cole. 1854- Twelve days' trial of Dr. John W. Webster for the murder of Dr. Parkman : comprising the addresses of the counsel engaged, the examination of the 121 witnesses, the prisoner's singular defence, and the chief justice's charge to the jury, and his sentence 1850- Veiled lady, or, The mysterious witness in the McFarland trial : her confession, her history. Also, the sad history of her lovely but unfortunate cousin; startling disclosures of certain persons in high life. 1870- Full report of the trial at bar in the Court of King's Bench, in which the Right Hon. Arthur Wolfe ... prosecuted, and A.H. Rowan was defendant, on an information filed ex officio against the defendant for having published a seditious libel, January 29, 1 1794
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Returned to Law Library and signed for by Thomas Mills on 6/26/12.SAT Scanning ID: SAT_378, SAT_379, SAT_380, SAT_381, SAT_382, SAT_383, SAT_384, SAT_385, SAT_386