1. The trial of Governor Wall : executed at the Old Bailey, Jan. 28th, 1802, for the murder of Benjamin Armstrong, in the Garrison at Goree, upon the coast of Africa, July, 1782; with the extraordinary particulars of his escape at Reading, after being captured under a warrant from the Privy Council in 1784, and his subsequent surrented in 1802, having lived twenty years in exile.
London, Published by Frederick Farrah, 282, Strand. 1802
2. The trial at large, of Joseph Wall, esq. : late governor of Goree Island, on the coast of Africa, for the wilful murder, of Benjamin Armstrong, in July, 1782, by causing him to be tied to a gun-carriage, and flogged with a piece of rope, on his bare back, by Black Men: Who was tried, and found Guilty, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey, on the 20th of January, 1802.
London, Published by John Fairburn, 146, Minories; Printed by C. and W. Galabin, Ingram-Court 1802
3. Life, trial, and particulars of the execution of Governor Wall : who was executed on Thursday morning last, fronting Newgate, for the murder of Benjamin Armstrong, nearly 20 years ago, at Goree, in Africa. By causing him to receive, without trial, 800 lashes, which we inflicted by Black Slaves, changed at every 25 lashes.
London, Printed by J. Davenport 6, George's Court St. John's Lane, West Smithfield, London. 1802