Trials (Adultery) -- Australia. : The secret history of the Coningham case : (illustrated with photographic facsimiles of the documents in the case and many others that were not produced in court) / by "Zero"
Trials (Adultery) -- Delaware. : God's revenge against adultery awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crim. con. : I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware,) who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, Esq., (North Carolina,) who for seducing the beautiful Miss. Matilda L'Estrange was killed by her brother / by Mason L. Weems
Trials (Adultery) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The trial with the whole of the evidence, between the Right Hon. Sir Richard Worsley, bart., comptroller of His Majesty's household, governor of the Isle of Wight, member of Parliament for the Borough of Newport in that Island, one of the verdurers of the New Forest, colonel of the South Battalion of the Hampshire Militia, one of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, F.R.S., and A.S., plaintiff, and George Maurice Bisset, Esq., defendant : for criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wife : before the Right. Hon. William, Earl of Mansfield and a special jury in His Majesty's Court of King's-bench, Westminster-Hall, on Thursday the 21st of February, 1782 / taken in short hand by Robert Pye Donkin
Trials (Adultery) -- Illinois. : The only complete report of the Burch divorce case : containing a comprehensive history of the case, the preliminary movements, the "confession" of Mrs. Burch, opening speeches of counsel, the deposition of parties implicated, and all the testimony in full, together with the letters offered in evidence but ruled out by the court / specially reported by the Law Reporter of the "New York Daily Times."
Trials (Adultery) -- North Carolina. : God's revenge against adultery awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crim. con. : I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware,) who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, Esq., (North Carolina,) who for seducing the beautiful Miss. Matilda L'Estrange was killed by her brother / by Mason L. Weems
Trials (Anarchy) -- Ireland. : A report of the proceedings in the cases of Thomas Kirwan, merchant and Edward Sheridan, M.D. : for misdemeanors charged to be committed in violation of the Convention Act / by William Ridgeway
Trials -- Anecdotes. : A faithful report of the trial of Hurdy Gurdy : tried and convicted of a seditious libel in the Court of King's Bench, on the testimony of French Horn, the approver : with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the learned chief justice to the jury
Trials (Arson) -- England -- York. : Report of the trial of Jonathan Martin : for having, on the night of the first of February, 1829, set fire to York Minster which trial took place at the Yorkshire Spring Assizes, on Tuesday, March 31st, 1829, before Mr. Baron Hullock / taken in short-hand, by Mr. Fraser ; with an appendix, containing some depositions and other documents not appearing on the trial
Trials (Arson) -- Great Britain. : The trial at large of James Hill, otherwise James Hind, otherwise James Aitken, commonly known by the name of John the Painter : who was tried and convicted at the assizes held at Winchester, on Thursday March 6, 1777, and executed and hung in chains, at Portsmouth, on Monday March 10, for setting fire to the rope-house in his Majesty's dock-yard at Portsmouth, on Saturday the 7th of December, 1776 ; together with the confession he made before magistrates and to Commissioner Gambier ; and an account of his behaviour at the time of his execution ; also, the particulars of his life, previous to his setting fire to the dock-yard, which he gave to Mr. White, Keeper of the Goal at Winchester