1. The trial of John Frost for seditious words : in Hilary term, 1793 / taken in short hand by Ramsey.
London, Printed for J. Ridgway and H.D. Symonds 1794
2. The whole proceedings on the trial of indictment against Thomas Walker of Manchester : merchant, Samuel Jackson, James Cheetham, Oliver Pearsal [sic] Benjamin Booth, and Joseph Collier : for a conspiracy to overthrow the constitution and government, and to aid and assist the French, (being the King's Enemies) in case they should invade this Kingdom.
Philadelphia, Printed for Samuel Harrison Smith, by W. Woodward. 1794
3. The whole proceedings on the trial of indictment against Thomas Walker of Manchester : merchant, Samuel Jackson, James Cheetham, Oliver Pearsal [sic] Benjamin Booth, and Joseph Collier : for a conspiracy to overthrow the constitution and government, and to aid and assist the French, (being the King's Enemies) in case they should invade this Kingdom.
Manchester [England], Printed for T. Boden, 1794. 1794
4. The trial of Maurice Margarot, delegate from London to the British Convention : before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, 1794, for sedition / taken in shorthand by Mr. Ramsey.
Edinburgh, Printed for James Robertson ... and sold in London by D.I. Eaton ... [and 3 others] 1794
5. A remarkable narrative of Whiting Sweeting : who was executed at Albany, in the state of New York for murder.
Exeter [N.H.], Printed by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his book-store, in Main-Street. 1794
6. The trials at large of Robert Watt, and David Downie, for high treason, : at the session of Oyer and Terminer, at Edinburgh, August 27, September 3d, and September 5th, 1794. At which they were both found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged, drawn, and quartered, on the 15th of October. Taken in short hand by an English barrister.
New York, Printed by Tiebout & O'Brien, 358 Pearl-Street. 1794
7. Report of the trial of Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esq. on an information, filed, ex officio, by the attorney general, for the distribution of a libel : with the subsequent proceedings thereon : containing the arguments of counsel, the opinion of the court, and Mr. Rowan's Address to the Court, at Full.
Dublin, Printed for Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esquire, and sold by O. Byrne. 1794
10. The trial of Richard Vining Perry, esq. for the forcible abduction, or stealing of an heiress, from the boarding-school of Miss Mills, in the city of Bristol; with all the arguments of the Counsel, before Vicary Gibbs, esq. the recorder thereof. On Monday the 14th of April, 1794.
Bristol, Printed for and sold by all booksellers in town and country 1794