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A trial, appeal, accusation, defence, execution, last speech, or confession relating to the law. 

Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 70 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
6674 [Condescendence for Miss Charles Halkerston, only child and heir served and retoured, and executor decerned and confirmed to the deceased Helenus Halkerston, late of Rathillet, pursuer; against Capt. Ninian Imrie of Dunmuir, and William Lumsdaine, writer to the signet his attorney, defenders.] Halkerston, Miss
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1783
14384 A draught by the heads of a bill to prevent frauds committed by bankrupts, &c. Prepared by the merchants and traders of the city of Dublin, and, by them, intended to be laid before the legislative power of this kingdom, the next session of Parliament. 1745
3369 A full and authentic account of the strange and mysterious affair between Mary Squires a gypsy, and Elizabeth Canning, Who swore that she was robbed, and afterwards confined by the Gypsy, till she was almost starved; for which the Gypsy was condemned to Death, but afterwards received his Majesty's Pardon. With all the particulars of the trial of Elizabeth Canning afterwards, upon an indictment for a false accusation, &c. of the gypsy; which began at the Old Bailey on Monday the 29th of April, 1754, and continued till Tuesday the seventh of May. Canning, Elizabeth
1754
3442 A full and authentic account of the strange and mysterious affair between Mary Squires a gypsy, and Elizabeth Canning, Who swore that she was robbed, and afterwards confined by the Gypsy, till she was almost starved; for which the Gypsy was condemned to Death, but afterwards received his Majesty's Pardon. With all the particulars of the trial of Elizabeth Canning afterwards, upon an indictment for a false accusation, &c. of the gypsy; which began at the Old Bailey on Monday the 29th of April, 1754, and continued till Tuesday the seventh of May. Canning, Elizabeth
1754
5932 A full and particular account of the remarkable trial, and execution, of the late unfortunate queen of France who was executed by the guillotine at Paris, on Wednesday last, the 16th of October, 1793. ... de Lorraine, Marie-Antoinette
1793
2220 A full copy of the proof in the process of separation and aliment, at the instance of Mrs. Anne Montgomery, against George Montgomery-Moir of Leckie, her husband. Consisting of the depositions of the witnesses on both sides; -- and, the letters produced by parties and witnesses. To which are prefixed, the interlocutors pronounced in the process; the pursuer's condescendence, ... and, the defender's condescendence. Moir, Anne Montgomery
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1751
6255 A genuine narrative of the trial and condemnation of Mary Edmondson, for the murder of Mrs. Susannah Walker, her aunt. At the assizes held at Kingston upon Thames, for the County of Surry, on Saturday, March 31, 1759. Before the honourable Sir Thomas Dennison, Knt. with An Account of her general Behaviour, last Dying Words, and Execution on Monday, April 2, 1759. With animadversions on the whole proceedings. And her effigy curiously engraved on a copper-plate. The second edition. Edmondson, Mary
Unknown,
John Phipps (London)
1759 2
14004 A letter from Candor, to the public advertiser: Containing a series of constitutional remarks on some late interesting trials, and other points, of the most essential consequence to civil liberty. The Fourth Edition, in which there are many material additions. Candor,
John Almon [Piccadilly] (London)
John Exshaw I [Dame Street] (Dublin)
Elizabeth Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] (Dublin)
1765 The Fourth Editioin, in which there are many material additions.
14488 A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom. Unknown,
1751
14489 A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom. Unknown,
1751
7161 A second appeal to the publick, by Signora Mingotti. Mingotti, Regina
1756
14261 An account of the arguments of counsel with the opinions at large of the Honourable Mr. Justice Gould, Mr. Justice Ashhurt, and Mr.Baron Hotham. Upon the question at the session at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday the 16th of September, 1775, whether Margaret Caroline Rudd ought to be tried. By Joseph Gurney. Gurney, Joseph
1775
3372 An account of the late trial at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmunds, in Suffolk, on Friday, March 21, 1766. For the murder of Mary Booty; of which Eliz. Burroughs was convicted, and executed April 4, 1766. Containing the substance of the evidence given in court, by the several Witnesses, as it was taken down by a Gentleman present. Burroughs, Elizabeth
1766
7162 An appeal to the publick by Signora Mingotti. Mingotti, Regina
1755
5921 An authentic account of the imprisonment, trial, and execution of Marie Antoinette, late Queen of France; Who was beheaded at the Place de la Revolution, at Paris, October 16, 1793; In pursuance of a sentence passed the preceding day by the Revolutionary Tribunal. Translated from the French of a Gentleman present at the Trial and Execution. de Lorraine, Marie-Antoinette
John Evans [41 Long Lane] (London)
1793
5933 An authentic impartial and candid account of the trial, charges, defence and execution, of Marie Antoinette Josepha Jeane, ci devant Queen of France. Giving an impartial historical account of her transactions from her accession to the French crown to her death by the guillotine, on Wednesday, October, 16th. 1793. ... de Lorraine, Marie-Antoinette
1793
5928 Authentic trial at large of Marie Antoinette, late Queen of France, before the Revolutionary Tribunal at Paris, on Tuesday, October 15, 1793, ON A Charge of having been accessary to, and having co-operated in divers Manoeuvres against the Liberties of France, entertained a Correspondence with the Enemies of the Republic, and participated in a Plot tending to kindle Civil War in the Interior of the Republic by arming Citizens against each other. To which are prefixed, her life, And A Verbal Copy Of Her Private Examination Previous To Her Public Trial. With a supplement, containing the particulars of her execution. de Lorraine, Marie-Antoinette
Chapman and Co. (London)
1793 3
14213 By-laws, rules, and orders, for the better regulating of hackney-coaches, chairs, brewers, drays, carts and carrs, and all other carts and carrs, plying for hire, and the drivers and carriers thereof, within the city of Dublin, and the liberties. Made by the governours of the work-house of the said city of Dublin, and approved of by the Lord High Chancellor, and chief judges. Dublin Workhouse,
1749
14263 Charges and orders for the several officers of Christ's-Hospital; Revised by the committee of Almoners at several meetings; and approved and confirmed by general courts held in the said hospital on Monday the 29th day of November, 1784; and on Friday the 11th day of February, 1785. A second edition, including various alterations and additions to November, 1794. 1797 The second edition, including various alterations and additions to November, 1794.
15071 Every man his own lawyer: or, a summary of the laws of England in a new and instructive method, under the following Heads, Viz. I. Of Actions and Remedies, Writs, Process, Arrest, and Bail. II. Of Courts, Attornies and Solicitors therein, Juries, Witnesses, Trials, Executions, &c. III. Of Estates and Property in Lands and Goods, and how acquired; Ancestors, Heirs, Executors and Administrators. IV. Of the Laws relating to Marriage, Bastardy, Infants, Ideots, Lunaticks. V. Of the Liberty of the Subject, Magna Charta, and Habeas Corpus Act, and other Statutes. VI. Of the King and his Prerogative, the Queen and Prince, Peers, Judges, Sheriffs, Coroners, Justices of Peace, Constables, &c. Vii. Of publick Offences, Treason, Murder, Felony, Burglary, Robbery, Rape, Sodomy, Forgery, Perjury, &c. And their Punishment. All of them so plainly treated of, that all Manner of Persons may be particularly acquainted with our Laws and Statutes, concerning Civil and Criminal Affairs, and know how to defend Themselves and their Estates and Fortunes; In All Cases Whatsoever. Jacob, Giles
William Strahan (London)
Francis, Charles and John Rivington (London)
Thomas and William Lowndes (London)
T. Longman
Joseph Johnson (London)
Richardson and Urquhart (London)
George Robinson [ii] (London)
William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row] (London)
John Bew [Paternoster Row] (London)
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1784 The ninth edition, corrected and improved with many additions
6452 Genuine letters that pass'd between Miss Blandy and Miss Jeffries, before and after conviction. Blandy, Mary
John Scott (London)
1752
5576 Genuine particulars of the life of the celebrated Richard Parker, alias Admiral Parker; found guilty, on tryal, before a court martial held at Greenhith for mutiny and disbobedience of orders. By a lady many years a resident in Moscow,-where she knew Parker intimately; and in whose fate, from an acquired freiendship, and some family alliance, she feels herself particularly interested. Unknown,
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1707
5705 High treason - committed by Margaret Nicholson. Guilty of the horrid crime of endeavouring to murder his sacred Majesty King George III. on the 2d of August 1786, ... This knife, or poinard, will be kept for a remembrancer of this horrid act. Nicholson, Margaret
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1786
7440 Law-books, printed by Sarah Cotter, in Skinner-Row. Cotter, Sarah
1755
7528 Letter to the Lords of the Admiralty, ... Osborn, Sarah
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1757