1. A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting; who was executed at Albany, in the state of New-York, for murder...
Exeter, Printed and sold by H. Ranlet, at his office, in Main street 1793
2. The whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the king's attorney-general against Thomas Paine for a libel upon the revolution and settlement of the crown and regal government as by law established; and also upon the Bill of Rights, the Legislature, Government, Laws, and Parliament of this Kingdom, and upon the King.
London, Sold by Martha Gurney, No. 128, Holborn-Hill. 1793
3. An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, esq. younger, of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh. On the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for sedition.
Edinburgh; London, J. Robertson [etc.]; J. Ridgeway 1793
4. The trial of Thomas Muir, Esq., younger of Huntershill, before the High Court of Justiciary, upon Friday and Saturday the 30th and 31st days of August 1793, on a charge of sedition / the whole accurately taken down in shorthand ; with an elegant portrait of Mr. Muir ; to which is annexed an appendix, containing all the papers referred to in the course of the trial
Edinburgh, Printed for and sold by Alexander Scott 1793
5. The proceedings, on the trial of Daniel Isaac Eaton : upon an indictment, for selling a supposed libel, "The second part of the Rights of man, combining principle and practice" by Thomas Paine, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey before the recorder of London
London, Printed and published by the defendant, Daniel Isaac Eaton 1793
6. The trial of Thomas Paine, for a libel, contained in the second part of Rights of man. Before Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Guildhall, December 18, 1792. With the speeches of the attorney general and Mr. Erskine at large.
Boston, Printed in Boston by I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews..., sold at their bookstore, by D. West..., and E. Larkin 1793
7. Proceedings of the French National Convention on the trial of Louis XVI, late King of France and Navarre; to which are added several interesting occurrences and particulars attending the treatment, sentence, and execution of the ill-fated monarch; the whole carefully collected from authentic documents, and republished with additions, from the paper of the World. By Joseph Trapp.
London, Printed for the author; sold by Messrs. Murray, Kearsley, and Wenman and [etc.] 1793