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Supplement to the trial of William Burke & Helen M'Dougal : containing the whole legal proceedings against William Hare, in order to bring him to trial for the murder of James Wilson, or Daft Jamie. With an appendix of curious and interesting information, regarding the late West-Port murders. Illustrated by a lithographic print of Mrs Hare and her child, as they appeared in the witness box
- Burke, William, 1792-1829.
The three trials of William Hone : for publishing three parodies; viz. The late John Wilke's catechism, The political litany, and The Sinecurist's creed; on three ex-officio informations, at Guildhall, London, during three successive days, December 18, 19, & 20, 1817; before three specialjuries, and Mr. Justice Abbott, on the first day, and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, on the last two days.
- Hone, William, 1780-1842.
The trial of Eugene Aram for the murder of Daniel Clark of Knaresborough : who was convicted at York Assizes, August 5th, 1759 : to which are added the remarkable defense he made on his trial, his own account of himself, written after his condemnation, with the apology which he left in his cell for the attempt he made on his own life ; also "The dream of Eugene Aram", a poem
- Hood, Thomas, 1799-1845.
The important results of an elaborate investigation into the mysterious case of Elizabeth Fenning: being a detail of extraordinary facts discovered since her execution, including the official report of her singular trial, now first published, and copious notes thereon. : Also, numerous authentic documents; an argument on her case; a memorial to H.R.H. the Prince Regent; & strictures on a late pamphlet of the prosecutors' apothecary
- Watkins, John, active 1792-1831.
Report of the trial of Mrs. Gilmour, for the alleged murder of her husband : with an appendix containing the medical reports, and other documents founded on at the trial, and an account of the proceedings before the President and courts of America, relative to her arrest and surrender to the British authorities, under the Ashburton Treaty. To which is prefixed, a notice of her life.
- Taylor, Alfred Swaine, 1806-1880.
Report of the trial of John Thomson alias Peter Walker before the circuit court of justiciary at Glasgow 22d to 24th December 1857 : for the murder of Agnes Montgomery by prussic acid, and subsequent administration of prussic acid to Agnes Stenhouse or Mason and Archibald Mason. With introductory observations on the medico-legal points of the case
- Cowan, Hugh.