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Account of the extraordinary and shocking case of George Mathews : who was capitally convicted at the Old Bailey in February, 1818 on a false charge of robbing his master, Colonel Whaley, and afterwards, through the benevolent influence of Mr. Alderman Wood, the Hon. Mr. Bennett and others, pardoned by the Prince Regent, on the clearest proofs being given of his innocence : containing a report of the trial of Mathews, a sketch of his life, his memorial to the Prince Regent, Colonel Whaley's answer, remarks thereon, and Mr. Harmer's letter, explaining his reasons for assisting in the development, and obtaining a pardon for Mathews. Library of Congress/NACO
Account of the trial of Mr. Fauntleroy for forgery Library of Congress/NACO
An alarme for sinners : containing the confession, prayers, letters, and last words of Robert Foulkes, late minister of Stanton-Lacy in the county of Salop, who was tryed, convicted, and sentenced at the Sessions in the Old Bayly, London, January 16th 1678/9 and executed the 31st following : with an account of his life Library of Congress/NACO
An authentic history of the Cato-Street Conspiracy, 1972: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Cases in crown law, determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's Bench, and by Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, from the fourth year of George the Second to the thirty-second year of George the Third Library of Congress/NACO
A compleat collection of remarkable tryals of the most notorious malefactors, at the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, for near fifty years past ... Library of Congress/NACO
The extraordinary trial of Captain Geo. Harrower : at the Old Bailey, Feb. 17, 1816, on an indictment for marrying the daughter of Paul Giblet, the butcher, his former wife being alive, a lunatic in India : including his letters, legal points at length raised by counsel on his behalf, his defence delivered by himself verbatim, and his sentence Library of Congress/NACO
Extreme cruelty to children, murder! Library of Congress/NACO
Fairburn's edition of the trial of Esther Hibner, the elder, Esther Hibner, the younger, and Ann Robinson, for the wilful murder of a female apprentice by starvation!!!, a child only ten years of age : who were tried before Mr. Baron Garrow, at the Old Bailey on Friday, April 10, 1829, with the order for execution. Library of Congress/NACO
The life and actions of that notorious old bawd Susannah Wells, and Mary Squires, (an old travelling gipsey) : who were both convicted at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, on Thursday the 22d of February, 1753, for a felony and robbery on Elizabeth Canning, who was confin'd in the house of the said Wells, and almost starv'd, having nothing to support her for twenty-nine days, but mouldy crusts and stinking water. Library of Congress/NACO
A narrative of the remarkable affair between Mr. Simonds, the Polish Jew merchant, and Mr. James Ashley, merchant of Bread-Street, London : wherein the robbery at Cransford-Bridge, the several trials at the Old-Bailey, King's Bench, and Chelmsford, are particularly set forth : and an impartial enquiry made into the truth of the several facts sworn on both sides, and the whole of this intricate business set in a clear and unprejudiced light : interspersed with remarks on the probability of facts not yet discovered, and the nature and consequence of perjury. Library of Congress/NACO
The Oxford companion to law, 1980: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The proceedings in cases of high treason : under a special commission of Oyer and Terminer, which was first opened at Hick's Hall, Oct. 2, 1794, and afterwards continued at the Sessions House, in the Old Bailey Library of Congress/NACO
Report of the trial of William Vamplew Holmes, one of Mr. Carlile's shopmen, on a charge of sedition and blasphemy : before the common serjeant and a London jury, at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, March 1st, 1822 : with proceedings before trial, and the whole of the defence. Library of Congress/NACO
The reports of the trials of William Campion, Thomas Jefferies, Richard Hassell, John Clarke, William Haley, William Cochrane and others for the sale of anti-Christian publications in the shop of Richard Carlile ... : tried at the Old Bailey Sessions for June 1824 before Newman Knowlys, the recorder, and common juries. Library of Congress/NACO
River Thames pirates : a full and authentic report of the trial of Joseph Simmonds Winter, William Allen, William Taylor, Thomas Ivey, Robert Cooper, Joseph Knox, and George Harris for stealing on the river Thames ... : tried before the Hon. Baron Thompson at the Old Bailey, October 30 and 31, and November 2, 1812 Library of Congress/NACO
Select trials for murders, robberies, rapes, sodomy, coining, frauds and other offences, at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey ... Library of Congress/NACO
Sessions' papers Library of Congress/NACO
Some observations on the trial of Mr. Thomas Carr, who was executed at Tyburn, January 18, 1737 : with some remarks on the partial and contradictory account given of him by the ordinary of Newgate : also, a relation of his behaviour during the latter days of his life and in his last minutes, taken from the mouth of the Rev. Mr. Wilson, who attended him before and at his execution : and a copy of the letter which he desired to be printed and delivered to Mr. Rawlinson, the High Constable of Westminister : with several affidavits relating to the prosecutor and his character. Library of Congress/NACO
State trials for high treason ... 1794: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Thomas Hardy on a charge of high treason Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of Capt. Edward Clark, commander of His Majesty's ship the Canterbury, for the murder of Capt. Tho. Innes, commander of His Majesty's ship the Warwick, in a duel at Hyde-Park, March 12, 1749 : at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey on Thursday the 26th of April 1750 ... Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Capt. J. Sutherland for the wilful murder of Richard Wilson, a boy only thirteen years of age, on board the Friends, a transport brig lying in the Tagus, off Lisbon Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Daniel Isaac Eaton, for publishing a supposed libel, comparing the King of England to a game cock Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Edward Lowe and William Jobbins, &c., &c. Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Elizabeth Canning, spinster Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of Heneage Norton, attorney, at the Old-Baily on the 2d of March before William Moreton, Esq., recorder of the city of London, for wilful perjury before the Lord Chancellor of England : on a complaint made against him by James Bradshaw, merchant of London, for smothering his answer to a bill in Chancery, by deceiving him, and putting in an answer engrossed in parchment, which he never read or approved of, in the place of an answer engrossed in parchment of the same size, which he did read and approve of, and which was put in filed as his answer to the bill filed against him in Chancery. Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of John Bellingham, for the assassination of the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval ... in the lobby of the House of Commons, on Monday the 11th May, 1812 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Trial of John Doeke Romney Rouvellet, Esq. of the Island of St. Christopher, for forgery : tried before Mr. Baron Thompson ... at the Assizes holden at Wells, for the county of Somerset, on Tuesday, August the 12th, 1806 : also of Elizabeth Barnet for felony, before Mr. Recorder, at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey, on Saturday July the 5th, 1806 : and of William Vernon Dorant ... for perjury, before Lord Chief-Justice Ellenborough, in the Court of King's Bench, Tuesday July 8, 1806. Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of John Horne Tooke for high treason : at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, on Monday the seventeenth, Tuesday the eighteenth, Wednesday the nineteenth, Thursday the twentieth, Friday the twenty-first, and Saturday the twenty-second of November 1794 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The trial of Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Wall, for the murder of Benjamin Armstrong, on the 10th July, 1782, at Goree, in Africa : who was tried at Justice-hall, in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday, January 20, 1802 Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of Renwick Williams (commonly called the Monster) at the Old Bailey, on Thursday the 8th of July 1790 : before Judge Buller and a Middlesex jury, for assaulting and wounding Miss Ann Porter Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of Richard Armitage for forgery on the Bank of England : with the evidence at full length : tried at the Old Bailey sessions, June 1, 1811, and found guilty. Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of Samuel Scrimshaw and John Ross, for a conspiracy in sending threatning letters to Humphry Morice, Esq., of Dover-street, with an intent to extort money from him : at the adjournment of the sessions at Guild-Hall, on Tuesday the 17th July 1759 : being part III of the sixth sessions in the mayoralty of the Right Honble. Sir Richard Glyn, Knt., Lord-Mayor of the city of London. Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of the Revd. Bennet Allen and Robert Morris, Esq., for the wilful murder of Lloyd Dulany, Esq. in a duel in Hyde-Park : at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, on Friday, the 5th day of June 1782 Library of Congress/NACO
Trial of Thistlewood Library of Congress/NACO
The trial of William Priddle, Robert Holloway, and Stephen Stephens, for a conspiracy against Mr. George Crossley : who were tried at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 24th and 25th of April 1787, and convicted : with the arguments of counsel Library of Congress/NACO
The whole four trials of the thief takers, and their confederates : G. Vaughan, R. Mackay, G. Brown, J. Dannelly, T. Brock, J. Pelham, M. Power, and B. Johnson : convicted at Hick's Hall and the Old Bailey, Sept. 1816, of a horrible conspiracy to obtain blood money and of felony and high treason : to which are added further particulars, and an account of the witness Drake : new elucidations, animadversions, and a preface. Library of Congress/NACO
Whole proceedings of the trial of Thomas Bedworth for the wilful murder of Elizabeth Beesmore in Short's Garden, Drury-Lane, June 20, 1815 Library of Congress/NACO
The Whole proceedings on the King's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery for the City of London, and also the Gaol Delivery for the County of Middlesex [N.B.: the "Commission" is a document, not a corporate body] held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, 1799: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The whole trial of the incendiaries : before the Recorder of London, on Saturday, Oct. 30, 1790, at the Sessions-House in the Old Bailey : for setting on fire and burning the house of Mr. Gilding in Aldersgate-street : with the Recorder's charge to the jury and his pathetic sentence of death passed on the prisoners. Library of Congress/NACO

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