Trial Practices England Early Works To 1800 : Tryals per pais: or The law of England, concerning juries : by nisi prius, &c. Newly revised, and much inlarged, with an addition of precedents, and forms of challenges, demurrers upon evidence, bills of exception, pleas puis le darrein continuance, &c. The third edition corrected and amended. To which is now added, A farther treatise of evidence. Together with a new and exact table to the whole matter. Very useful and necessary for all lawyers, attorneys, and other practisers, especially at the assises. By G. D. of the Inner-Temple, Esq;; Eure, Samson,
Trial Transcripts England Chelmsford : The case of Henry Simons, a Polish Jew merchant, and his appeal to the public thereon [electronic resource] : now publish'd, with the tryal at Chelmsford, for the benefit of him and his unhappy family.; Simons, Henry,
Trials Adultery Ireland : Fitzgerald versus Kerr [electronic resource] : the genuine speech, at length, of C. Phillips, Esq. in the case of Charles Lionel Fitzgerald, Esq. plaintiff, and Charles Kerr, Esq. defendant, tried before the Hon. Mr. Justice Johnston, and a special jury, of the county of Mayo, on the 22d day of March, 1819, for adultery.; Phillips, Charles,
Trials Arson England Ipswich : The trial, conduct, and execution of Benj. Edwards and James Strowger [electronic resource] : who suffered at Ipswich, on Saturday, August 18, 1832, on the top of the Turnkey's Lodge, for feloniously setting fire to an out-house, stable, barn, and other buildings, in the occupation of Mr. Adolphus Stanford, at Westleton, Suffolk, on the night of the 30th of April last.; Edwards, Benjamin,
Trials Arson England West Sussex : The trials of the Rev. Robert Bingham, curate of Maresfield, in Sussex [electronic resource] : on a charge of sending an incediary letter, and of setting fire to his dwelling-house, before the Lord Chief Baron, at Horsham, March 26th, 1811 / taken in short-hand, by Mr. Adams, by order of the directors of the Union Fire-Office, London.; Bingham, Robert,
Trials Assault And Battery England Chelmsford : The case of Henry Simons, a Polish Jew merchant, and his appeal to the public thereon [electronic resource] : now publish'd, with the tryal at Chelmsford, for the benefit of him and his unhappy family.; Simons, Henry,
Trials Assault And Battery England London : The bill of indictment exhibited against John Giles, on Wednesday the 14th instant, for his barbarous attempt upon the body of Justice Arnold : together with the sentence he received ...; Giles, John,
Trials Assault And Battery Ireland Dublin : Trial by nisi prius, in the Court of King's Bench, Ireland [electronic resource] : in the case wherein Mr. John Hevey was plaintiff, and Charles Henry Sirr, Esq. was defendant on an action for an assault, and false imprisonment.; Hevey, John.
Trials Blasphemy Austria : A - Case of Otto-Preminger-Institut v. Austria : judgment of 20 September 1994 : B - Case of Ortenberg v. Austria : judgment of 25 November 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Trials Blasphemy Early Works To 1800 : Copies of some few of the papers given into the House of Parliament in the time of Iames Naylers tryal there, which began the fifth of December, 1656. : To the Speaker of the Parliament of England, these to be read.; Rich, Robert,
Trials Blasphemy Greece Athens : The trial and execution of Socrates : sources and controversies / Thomas C. Brickhouse, Nicholas D. Smith.; Brickhouse, Thomas C.,
Trials Blasphmy England Early Works To 1800 : A brief discourse / made by Capt. Robert Norwood on Wednesday last, the 28 of January, 1651. in the Upper-Bench-Court at Westminster: with some arguments by him then given, in defence of himself, and prosecution of his writ of errour by him brought upon an indictment found and adjudged against him upon the act against blasphemy, at the sessions in the Old-Bayly, London, in August last. Some small addition, by way of illustration, is made, to what was then delivered; but nothing as to the substance of the matter. He is to appear again in the same court on Wednesday next in the morning, being the 3 of February; where also one M. Tany, who was joyned in the same indictment and judgement, having not yet made his defence, is to appear, and make his defence also. The arguments may deserve some consideration: the strength and weight of them I submit to the judgement of all, and the whole matter to the inspection of the sage and judicious.; Norwood, Robert,
Trials Breach Of Peace England Bristol : Trial of Charles Pinney, Esq., in the Court of King's Bench on an information filed by His Majesty's Attorney-General, charging him with neglect of duty in his office as Mayor of Bristol during the riots [electronic resource].; Pinney, Charles,
Trials Breach Of The Peace England : The people's ancient and just liberties asserted in the trial of William Penn & William Mead [electronic resource] : at the sessions held at the Old Bailey in London, on the first, third, fourth and fifth of September 1670, against the most arbitrary procedure of that court.; Penn, William,
Trials Breach Of Trust Pennsylvania Philadelphia County : In the Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of Philadelphia, sitting in equity [electronic resource] : the president, directors and co. of the Bank of Kentucky, vs. the Schuylkill Bank in the city of Philadelphia, and Hosea J. Levis : opinion of the court / delivered by the Hon. Edward King, January 28, 1846.; Pennsylvania.
Trials Bribery England Bristol : Radical purity!!! [electronic resource] : a report of certain cases at Bedminster, as taken before the Right Worshipful the Mayor, and the assessors, at the Bristol municipal revision, in the Guildhall, October, 1838.
Trials Bribery Great Britain : Proceedin[gs] in an action for debt between the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, plaintiff, and John Horne Tooke, Esq., defendant [electronic resource] : published by the defendant.; Fox, Charles James,
Trials Child Sexual Abuse England Early Works To 1800 : A Full and true relation of two very remarkable tryals at the quarter-sessions of the peace for the city and liberty of Westminster : held in the great hall, on Monday the third of October, and ending the eleventh of the same : the one, for scandalous words, by one Shippon : the other, of a priest in the gate-house, for spoiling a girl of nine years old / by way of letter to a friend.