1. Trial of Henry Rogers, the captain, William Miles, first mate, and Charles E. Seymour, second mate, of the ship ""Martha and Jane,"" of Sunderland, for the wilful murder on the high seas, of Andrew Rose, a seaman, tried at the Liverpool summer assizes, before Mr. Baron Watson, on the 19th August, 1857, with the particulars of the execution of the captain, the fate of the two mates being yet undecided. The evidence given verbatim from the report made for Her Majesty's government. By Bond Hughes, esq.
London, London, Lewis and son 1857
London, W. M. Clark 1857
3. The trial for murder of James E. Eldredge : convicted of poisoning Sarah Jane Gould, embracing the speeches of counsel for the prosecution and defence, the evidence, the charge of the judge, and sentence of the prisoner, carefully compiled from original notes of the district attorney, and the presiding judge : special term of St. Lawrence county Oyer and terminer, held at Canton, N.Y., December, 1857.
Ogdensburgh, N.Y., Hitchcock, Tillotson & Stilwell's Steam Presses 1857
4. Full report of the extraordinary and interesting trial of Miss Madeleine Smith, of Glasgow, on the charge of poisoning by arsenic her late lover, Emile L'Angelier, including the whole correspondence.
London, Published by Read & Co., 10, Johnson's Court, Fleet St.; Clayton & Son, Strand, and 223, Piccadilly; Ainsworth, Manchester; Gilling, Liverpool; Sutherland, Edinburgh; McGlashan & Co., Dublin; Fletcher & Alexander, Norwich. 1857
7. The Allen trials; namely, Allen versus Hunter, Warner v. Griffen, Jobson v. Allen and Jobson against Sickles (Impending) with instructions, and the various scientific recipes, (European and American) for making ""continuous gum"", without either patent or risk of infringement, and an appendix, illustrative of Mr. Daniel E. Sickles's professional morality / David Wemyss Jobson.
New York, Published by the author 1857