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Trials (Riots) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia : A Full and accurate report of the trial for riot before the Mayor's Court of Philadelphia on the 13th of October, 1831, arising out of a Protestant procession on the 12th of July and in which the contending parties were Protestants and Roman Catholics : including the indictments, examination of witnesses, speeches of counsel, recorder's charge, verdict and sentences / taken in short hand during the trial  1831 1
Trials (Riots) -- Washington (State) : The Centralia tragedy of 1919 : Elmer Smith and the Wobblies / Tom Copeland ; introduction by Albert F. Gunns  1993 1
Trials (Riots) -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- History -- 20th century. : Worse than the devil : Anarchists, Clarence Darrow, and justice in a time of terror / Dean A. Strang  2013 1
Trials (Robbery)   24
Trials (Robbery) -- Australia -- Eugowra Region (N.S.W.) : The gold escort robbery trials / Noel Thurgood  1988 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Eugowra Region : The gold escort robbery trials / Noel Thurgood  1988 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Lachlan River Region : The gold escort robbery trials / Noel Thurgood  1988 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England : The mystery of Elizabeth Canning : as found in the testimony of the Old Bailey trials and other records / by Barrett R. Wellington ; with illustrative sketches by the author and an introduction by John Henry Wigmore  1940 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- Early works to 1800   4
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- London : The life and exploits of Jack Sheppard, the notorious housebreaker : comprising his several escapes from prison, and a full account of his trial and execution  1850? 1
Trials (Robbery) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800 : A Liveryman's reply to Sir Crisp Gascoigne's address : shewing that gentleman's real motives and his whole conduct concerning Canning and Squires  1754 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Great Britain : Martin's annals of crime : or, New Newgate calendar and general record of tragic events, including ancient and modern modes of torture, &c. : comprehending a history of the most notorious murderers, traitors, highwaymen, pirates, burglars, pickpockets, adulterers, ravishers, decoyers, incendiaries, poachers, swindlers, and felons and rogues of every description : interspersed with reflections and observations on the affairs of life, authentic accounts of various modes of punition and torture, delineations of gaols and judicatories, and anecdotes and memoranda of criminal proceedings, and of the sayings and doings of different courts and agents in the dispensing of law and justice, and the exercising of authority  1837 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800 : Select trials for murder, robbery, burglary, rapes, sodomy, coining, forgery, pyracy and other offences and misdemeanours, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey : to which are added, genuine accounts of the lives, exploits, behaviour, confessions and dying-speeches of the most notorious convicts, from the year 1741 to the present year 1764 inclusive : which completes the trials from the year 1720  1764 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Maine : Report in full of the trial of Bartlett, Simms & McGuire : for the robbery of the Bowdoinham Bank : before the Supreme Judicial Court, at Bath, Me., at the April term, 1867 / by J.D. Pulsifer  1867 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Maryland -- Baltimore : Trials of the mail robbers, Hare, Alexander and Hare : with the testimony, the proceedings of the court, and the arguments of counsel at length : William Wirt, Esq., attorney general of the United States, Elias Glenn, Esq., district attorney, Thomas Kell and Reverdy Johnson, Esqs., for the prosecution, General Winder, David Hoffman, Charles Mitchell and Ebenezer L. Finley, Esqs., for the prisoners / reported by Edward J. Coale ; to which is added, the trial and proceedings before the Circuit Court of the United States, in Philadelphia, in the case of William Wood, an accessary before the fact, reported for the Franklin Gazette, by Richard Bache, Esq  1818 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts : Narrative of the life of James Allen, alias George Walton, alias Jonas Pierce, alias James H. York, alias Burley Grove, the highwayman : being his death-bed confession, to the Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison  1837 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Boston : Trial of the twelve Spanish pirates of the Schooner Panda, a Guinea slaver : consisting of Don Pedro Gibert, captain, Bernardo de Soto, mate, Francisco Ruiz, carpenter, Antonio Ferrer, the tattooed cook, Nicola Costa, Manuel Boyga, Domingo de Guzman, Juan Antonio Portana, Manuel Castillo, Angel Garcia, Jose Velazquez, and Juan Montenegro, seamen, for robbery and piracy, committed on board the Brig Mexican, 20th Sept. 1832  1834 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Ipswich : Report of the evidence at the trial of Levi & Laban Kenniston : before Hon. Samuel Putam, for the robbery of Major Elijah P. Goodridge, December 19, 1816  1817 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Massachusetts -- Malden : The life, character, and career of Edward W. Green, postmaster of Malden, the murderer of Frank E. Converse  1864 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Mexico -- Tacubaya : Historia del crimen de Tacubaya : robo en cuadrilla, asalto y heridas perpetrados en la casa del señor don Federico Hube, la noche del 19 al 20 de julio de 1882 / por Hilario S. Gabilondo  1882 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New South Wales : The gold escort robbery trials / Noel Thurgood  1988 1
Trials (Robbery) -- New York (State) -- New York   3
Trials (Robbery) -- Rhode Island : Trial, life and confession of Amos Miner : who was executed on Friday Dec. 27, 1833, for the murder of John Smith, Esq., late town-sergeant of Foster : with his speech under the gallows : also, the trial and sentence of Charles Brown for highway robbery : (one of the most interesting works of the kind)  1834 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Scotland : Trial of Deacon Brodie / edited by William Roughead  1921 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800 : An account of the trial of William Brodie and George Smith, before the High Court of Justiciary, on Wednesday the 27th and Thursday the 28th days of August, 1788, for breaking into, and robbing, the General Excise Office of Scotland, on the 5th day of March last : illustrated with notes and anecdotes : to which is added, an appendix, containing several curious papers relative to the trial / by a Jury man  1788 1
Trials (Robbery) -- Scotland -- Edinburgh : Narrative of some interesting particulars respecting Hugh M'Donald, Neil Sutherland, and Hugh M'Intosh, who were executed at Edinburgh, on the 22nd April, with some remarks by the ministers who attended them : to which is added a letter from Hugh M'Intosh to his parents : an account of the execution : and the pastoral admonition of the presbytery of Edinburgh, read in all the churches on 3d of May  1812 1
Trials -- Rome.   4
Trials -- Rome -- Sources : Penal practice and penal policy in ancient Rome / O.F. Robinson  2007 1
Trials -- Russia : Les causes célèbres de la Russie  1888 1
Trials (Sabotage)   3
Trials (Sabotage) -- England : Rex, versus James Mountague, W.L. Newman, John Nelson, and four others : report of the trial on an indictment against the defendants for a nuisance in cutting through a road at Grain Bridge, in the county of Kent, at the summer assizes for the county of Surrey, at Guildford, on the 25th, 26th, and 27th of August, 1824, before Mr. Baron Graham, and a special jury / as taken in short-hand by Mr. W.B. Gurney  1824 1
Trials (Sabotage) -- 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  1777 1
Trials (Sabotage) -- Zimbabwe. : Sabotage and torture / as told to Barbara Cole  1988 1
Trials -- Scotland   7
Trials -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800 : A collection and abridgement of celebrated criminal trials in Scotland from A.D. 1536 to 1784 : with historical and critical remarks / by Hugo Arnot  1785 1
Trials -- Scotland -- Sources.   4
Trials (Sedition)   14
Trials (Sedition) -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Sydney : The trial of L.L. Sharkey : speech to Sharkey Protest Meeting held in Sydney, October 21, 1949 / by R. Dixon  1949 1
Trials (Sedition) -- China -- Beijing : Trial, conviction and imprisonment Wei Jingsheng, how should it affect U.S. policy? : hearing before the Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, December 18, 1995  1996 1
Trials (Sedition) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800 : The tryal and conviction of Sr. Sam. Bernardiston, bart. : for high-misdemeanor at the session of Nisi Prius : holden at Guild-Hall, London, for His Majesties Court of Kings Bench, before the Right Honorable Sir George Jeffreys, knight and baronet, lord chief justice of England, on Thursday, Feb. 14. 1683  1684 1
Trials (Sedition) -- Great Britain   3
Trials (Sedition) -- Russia (Federation) -- Moscow : Report of court proceedings in the case of the Anti-Soviet Trotskyite Centre : heard before the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the U.S.S.R., Moscow, January 23-30, 1937, in re: Y.L. Pyatakov, K.B. Radek, G.Y. Sokolnikov ... [et al.] accused of treason against the country, espionage acts of diversion, wrecking activities and the preparation of terrorist acts, i.e., of crimes covered by articles 58(1a), 58(8), 58(9) and 58(11) of the Criminal code of the R.S.F.S.R  1937 1
Trials (Sedition) -- Scotland -- Edinburgh : The life of Thomas Muir, Esq. Advocate, younger of Huntershill, near Glasgow, member of the convention of delegates for reform in Scotland, etc., etc : who was tried for sedition before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, and sentenced to transportation for fourteen years : with a full report on his trial / by Peter Mackenzie  1831 1
Trials (Sedition) -- United States : The Louise Olivereau case [: trial and speech to the jury in Federal Court of Seattle, Wash., November 1917]  1917 1
Trials (Sedition) -- Washington (D.C.)   2
Trials (Seditious libel)   11
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- Early works to 1800 : The proceedings and tryal in the case of the Most Reverend Father in God William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury : and the Right Reverend Father in God, William Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, John Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Jonathan Lord Bishop of Bristol : in the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster, in Trinity-Term in fourth year of the reign of King James the Second, Annoque Dom., 1688  1689 1
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- London   2
Trials (Seditious libel) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800 : The trial of John Peter Zenger, of New-York, printer : who was charged with having printed and published a libel against the government and acquitted : with a narrative of his case : to which is now added, being never printed before, the trial of Mr. William Owen, bookseller, near Temple-Bar, who was also charged with the publication of a libel against the government, of which he was honourably acquitted by a jury of free-born Englishmen, citizens of London  1765 1
Trials (Seditious libel) -- Great Britain   3
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