1. The case of George W. Niven, Esq., attorney and counsellor at law, charged with mal-practices and suspended by order of the court of common pleas of the city of New-York : containing much curious matter, ingenuous argument, and eloquent discourse, equally interesting to counsellors and clients, to the safety of the public, and the honor and dignity of a learned profession.
New York, Van Pelt & Spear, Printers, 95 Pearl-street. 1822
4. Speech of Mrs. Susanna Wright, before the Court of King's Bench, on the 14th of November 1822 : in the course of reading which she was continually interrupted by the court, and before she had finished it, committed to Newgate for persisting to read, to be brought up again for judgment, on the Fourth day of Hilary Term, 1823.
London, Printed and published by R. Carlile. 1822
London, Published by Effingham Wilson. 1822
7. 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
Philadelphia, Pa., [s.n.] 1822
9. 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