Conservation Treatment Job# 12481
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Bound as "Trials no.26"- Trial of the conspirators, for the assassination of President Lincoln, &c. : Argument of John A. Bingham, special judge advocate, in reply to the arguments of the several counsel for Mary E. Surratt, David E. Herold, Lewis Payne, George A. Atzerodt, Micha 1865- Trial of Benjamin Shaw, John Alley Junior, Jonathan Buffum, and Preserved Sprague, for riots and disturbance of public worship, in the society of Quakers, at Lynn, Massachusetts, before the Court of Common Pleas, held at Ipswich, Massachusetts, March 16th 1822- Trial of Munroe Colcord ... [et al.] for the murder of Dolly Seaver. 1845- Report of the trial by jury, of the action of damages for assault : Margaret Finlayson, spouse of Archibald Finlayson shoemaker, Glasgow, against Michael Gilfillan, writer in Glasgow. 1825- Certified report of the investigation of the case of Rev. Garret J. Garretson ... before the Classis of Geneva, in extra session at Lodi, April 27, 1853, relative to a charge of immoral conduct; together with the proceedings of the civil courts in the sam 1853- Final reply to the libels of Evan Poultney, late President of the Bank of Maryland : and a further examination of the causes of the failure of that institution. 1835- Trial of Madame Restell, alias Ann Lohman for abortion and causing the death of Mrs. Purdy : Being a full account of all the proceedings on the trial, together with the suppressed evidence and editorial remarks. 1841- Trial of James Nutt for the killing of N.L. Dukes, at Uniontown, Fayette Co., Pa., June 13th, 1883. Containing a complete history of the dual tragedy, letters and expert testimony. Stenographically reported by Edward J. Donnelly. 1884- Life and confession of Ann Walters, the female murderess! : also the execution of Enos G. Dudley, at Haverhill, N.H., May 23rd, 1849 : to which is added the confession of Mary Runkle, who was executed for murder. 1850- Authentic and irrefutable statement of Mrs. Sinclair Sutherland's unfortunate intimacy with Mr. Whichcote Turner, involving a narrative both interesting and distressing. 1810- Full report of the trials of the Bristol rioters before the special commission appointed to deliver the gaol of this city in January 1832, with the sentences and executions consequent thereon; also, a report of the proceedings of the court martial appoint 1832
Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Rare Book Room K540 .T75 no.26
Conservation Treatment Job #12481 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 11 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.26", each has a different title and author.
Conservation; Book repair
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Sent to scanning 4/20/2012, ret'd from scanning 5/21/2012; returned to Law Library and signed for by Thomas Mills on 6/28/12.SAT Scanning ID: SAT_281, SAT_282, SAT_283, SAT_284, SAT_285, SAT_286, SAT_287, SAT_288, SAT_289, SAT_290, SAT_291