2. Ejectment for 150 acres of wood land, part of the manor of Livingston, points and arguments of Josiah Sutherland ...
Hudson, N.Y., P. Dean Carrique's Print 1850
3. Boston slave riot, and trial of Anthony Burns containing the report of the Faneuil hall meeting ; the murder of Batchelder ; Theodore Parker's lesson for the day ; speeches of counsel on both sides, corrected by themselves ; a verbatim report of Judge Lorng's decision, and detailed account of the embarkation.
Boston, Fetridge and Company 1854
London, Published by Effingham Wilson. 1822
Philadelphia, Pa., Old Franklin Publishing House 1874
8. Report of proceedings in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York, on a suit brought by the United States against Daniel D. Tomkins, June 3, 1822 : containing the testimony at large, the speeches of the defendent, and of the counsel on both sides, together with the judge's charge / by one of the jury.
New York, Printed by C.S. Van Winkle 1822
10. The trials of the twelve traitors W. Cundell, C. Parker, J. Tweedle, Charles Bird, John Quigley, John Smith, G. Armstrong, S. M'Farlane, J. Teaster, James Fibbs, Philip Lethay, Noah Francis for high treason : charged with being found in arms, in French uniform, fighting against their king and country, in the Isle of France, and other traiterous acts, before a Special Commission, at the Sessions House, Newington, Monday, Feb. 10, and following days : including the interesting charge to the grand jury, the speeches of the counsellors, and the affecting address of the Lord Chief Baron in passing the awful sentences
[Southwark (London, England)], Kemmish and Sgn [sic], 17, King Street, Borough : Stevens and Co., Borough Road 1812
London, W. M. Clark 1857
[S.l.], [s.n.] [1847?]
13. Trial, sentence, and execution of Israel Thayer, Jr. Isaac Thayer, and Nelson Thayer, three brothers, : for the murder of John Love, at the town of Boston, in the county of Erie, and state of New-York, on the 17th June. : With all the particulars, arguments of counsel, charge of the judge, the sentence, their execution, and their conduct on the awful occasion. / Collected from authentic documents.
New York, Printed and published by J. M'Cleland, 285 Water-Street 1825
14. Report of the trial of Humphrey Boyle, indicted at the instance of the Constitutional Association, as a man with name unknown : for pubtishing [sic] an alleged blasphemous and seditious libel, as one of the shopmen of Mr. Carlile; which took place before Mr. Common Sergeant Denman, and a common jury, at the Old Bailey Sessions House, on the 27th of May, 1822. With a narrative of the proceedings against the defendant before trial. To which is attached, the trial of Joseph Rhodes, under the name of Wm. Holmes, as forced upon him, for publishing a copy of the same pamphlet
London, Printed by R. Carlile and published at the Koran Society's Office 1822
New York, [s.n.] 1875
18. A full report of the trials of the Bristol rioters before the special commission appointed to deliver the gaol of this city in January 1832, with the sentences and executions consequent thereon; also, a report of the proceedings of the court martial appoited to investigate the conduct of Lieut.-Colonel Brereton, inspecting field officer of the Bristol district : with full particulars of the suicide of that unfortunate officer and the inquest held on his body.
Bristol, Printed by W.H. Somerton 1832
19. The Trial of Weeping Billy, for the wilful murder of Ann Webb : also, the trials of William Duncan, for the wilful murder of W. Chivers, Esq., John Maycock and John Pope, for the wilful murder of A.M. Pooley, at Horsleydown, and John Augustus, for the wilful murder of his shipmate, Peter Williams.
London, Published by F. Lye, Pichegru-Place, London-Road, Southwark; J. Taylor, Waller's Place, Lambeth Road; J. Bellamy, No. 10, Borough Road; J. Walker, No. 14, Dean-Street, Holborn; and E. Rich, Broad-Street, Bloomsbury. 1807
20. Poor Mary Stannard! : a full and thrilling story of the circumstances connected with her murder : history of the monstrous Madison crime ...
New Haven, Stafford Printing Co. 1879
[s.l.], [s.n.] 1800
23. Report of the proceedings in the case of Ruths vs Reuling : tried in the Circuit Court of Howard County, MD, March term, 1880.
Baltimore, Globe Steam Print 1880
24. New Orleans Custom-house officials. Fraudulent and dishonest acts of W.P. Kellogg, collector. His attempted defense. Additional allegations and facts. Perjurers, smugglers and Kellogg associate. His accomplices and victims exposed.
Washington, McGill & Witherow, printers and stereotypers 1867
25. Conflict of jurisdiction between state and federal courts. Opinion in Joseph Hollman, et. al., vs. Harry Fulton on habeas corpus, by Mr. Justice Beck, of the Iowa Supreme Court.
Keokuk, Iowa, William Rees, printer 1869
26. Circuit court of the United State, Massachusetts. Union Sugar Refinery, in Equity, vs. Francis O. Matthiessen / Union Sugar Refinery.
Boston, Press of Arthur W. Locke 1866
28. Soscol. Appeal from the Commisioner of the General Land Office to the Secretary of the Interior. Arguments for Claimants under Vallejo.
Washington City, Josh L. Pearson, printer 1866
[s.l.], [s.n.] 1863
Washington City, [s.n.] 1866
New York, Geo. H. Shaw & Co. 1870
38. The sequestration cases : before the Hon. A.G. Magrath : report of cases under the Sequestration Act of the Confederate States, heard in the District Court for the state of South Carolina, in the city of Charleston--October term, 1861 : arguments of Wm. Whaley, Nelson Mitchell, C. Richardson Miles, J.L. Petigru, I.W. Hayne, J.W. Wilkinson, and Ed. McCrady, esqrs. ; to which is added the opinion of Judge Magrath, in the several cases ; and the Sequestration Act of the Confederate States ; also, the Confiscation Act of the United States ; reported by J. Woodruff.
[Charleston?], Published by Request 1861
39. Opinion of the Supreme court of the United States, at January term, 1832, delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall, together with the opinion of Mr. Justice McLean, in the case of Samuel A. Worcester, plaintiff in error, versus the state of Georgia: with a statement of the case, extracted from the records of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Washington, Printed by Gales and Seaton 1832
41. Lives and confessions of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, and Peter Peterson, who were tried at the United States Circuit Court at Boston, for murder & piracy; sentenced to be executed Jan. 21, 1819; and afterwards reprieved till Feb. 18, 1819
Boston, Printed by J.T. Buckingham 1819
London, T. Boosey 1792
44. An authentic life of John C. Colt : now imprisoned for killing Samuel Adams, in New York, on the seventeenth of September, 1841.
Boston, S.N. Dickinson 1842
48. Rev. W.R. Gordon vs. Rev. J.S. Ebaugh: To the Classis of New York. New York, November 6th, 1852.
New York, [s.n.] 1852