Conservation Treatment Job# 12512
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Bound as "Trials no.21"- 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- Report of a trial for alleged mal-practice, against Dixi Crosby, M.D. ... in the Windsor County Court, at Woodstock, May term, 1854.- Full and revised report of the eight days' trial in the Court of Queen's Bench on a criminal information against John Sarsfield Casey at the prosecution of Patten Smith Bridge, from November 27th to December 5, 1877.- Trial of Major Campbell, for the murder of Captain Boyd, in a duel, June 23, 1807 : with the evidence in full, the charge of the judge, and details of Major Campbell's last moments, execution, &c., &c. 1808- Case of the Virginius: considered with reference to the law of self-defence. 1874- Trial of Daniel Giddings for shooting Benjamin Wiltshire, August 5, 1882, near Chillicothe, Ohio / the complete report by the official stenographer, N. F. Dean. 1885- Poor Mary Pomeroy! the Jersey City music teacher. 1874- Trial of Henry Rogers, the captain, William Miles, first mate, and Charles E. Seymour, second mate, of the ship "Martha and Jane," of Sunderland, for the wilful murder on the high seas, of Andrew Rose, a seaman, tried at the Liverpool summer assizes, befo 1857- Report of the trial of Cairns, Turnbull, Smith and Lamb : before the High court of justiciary at Edinburgh, on Monday the 18th of December, 1837, for the crimes of mobbing and rioting, and assault, committed at Hawick, on the occasion of the late election 1838- Trial of John Doeke Romney Rouvellet esq. of the Island of St. Christopher, for forgery ... also of Elizabeth Barnet for felony ... and of William Vernon Dorant...for perjury... / John Doeke Romney Rouvellet. 1806- Circumstances attending the death and burial of Geo. Gilmer Poindexter : and the proof on the examination of Allen A. Hall, charged with murder / George Gilmer Poindexter. 1860- Genuine account of the behaviour, confession, and dying words, of the three Scots Rebels, viz. Donald MacDonald, James Nicholson; and Walter Ogilvie. (all officers in the Young Pretender's service) who were executed the 22d day of August 1746 for high tre 1746- Account of the arguments of counsel, and the directions of the court, on a plea of auterfois acquit : pleaded by James Foy at the Summer Assizes 1786, holden for the county of Mayo at Ballinrobe, on the fifth day of June : to an indictment for procuring, 1786- Genuine memoirs of the life, family and behaviour of Lawrence Shirley, Earl of Ferrers : who was executed ... for the murder of his steward, Mr. Johnston. 1760
Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Trials K540.T75 no.21
Conservation Treatment Job # 12512 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 14 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.21", each has a different title and author.Current location in DSPS Scanning, 8/14/12.
Conservation; Book repair
Previously Published As
Mary Schoenfelder, Technician, 6/1/2012 - To Bronwyn for scanning 8/14/2012 - - ret'd from scanning 4/9/2013, on shelf waiting return 4/22/2013, LAW LIBRARY-COMPLETED, 4/23/2013, signed for by Thomas MillsSAT Scanning ID: SAT_21_01, SAT_21_02, SAT_21_03, SAT_21_04, SAT_21_05, SAT_21_06, SAT_21_07, SAT_21_08, SAT_21_09, SAT_21_10, SAT_21_11, SAT_21_12, SAT_21_13, SAT_21_14