Trials (Divorce) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Trials for adultery, or, The history of divorces : being select trials at Doctors Commons for adultery, fornication, cruelty, impotence, &c., from the year 1760 to the present time : including the whole of the evidence on each cause, together with the letters, &c., that have been intercepted between the amorous parties : the whole forming a complete history of the private life, intrigues and amours of many characters in the most elevated sphere, every scene and transaction, however ridiculous, whimsical, or extraordinary, being fairly represented, as becomes a faithful historian, who is fully determined not to sacrifice truth a the shrine of guilt and folly / taken in short-hand by a Civilian
Trials (Divorce) -- 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 (Divorce) -- Illinois -- Chicago. : The Stewart divorce case, Mrs. Emilie J. Stewart vs. Rev. Hart L. Stewart : tried at the Superior Court of Chicago, January term, 1867 : full report of trial, containing complete testimony of witnesses, arguments of counsel, together with Judge Arrington's remarkable speech to the jury, in full, verdict, &c
Trials (Divorce) -- Massachusetts. : An exposition of the difficulties between T.B. Lawrence and his wife, Sallie Ward Lawrence, which led to their divorce / prepared by T.B. Lawrence and his counsel
Trials (Divorce) -- New York (State) : Report of the Beardsley divorce case : containing the full and unabridged testimony of all the witnesses, together with all the evidence suppressed by the daily papers
Trials (Embezzlement) -- Illinois -- Chicago. : Trial of Oscar T. Caldwell, late a conductor on the Chicago and Burlington Railroad Line, for embezzlement : before the Recorder's Court of the city of Chicago, at the September term, 1855 / reported by J. Victor Smith
Trials (Embezzlement) -- United States. : Major David H. Hastings : letter from the Secretary of War, in answer to a resolution of the House, of January 9, calling for a record of the trial by court-martial of Major David H. Hastings
Jones, Thomas Ap Catesby, 1790-1858 -- Trials, etc : Letter of the secretary of the Navy, communicating the proceedings of a court-martial on Commodore Thomas Ap Catesby Jones, and certain correspondence between the secretary of the Navy and Commodore Jones