Trials Homicide England London : An Account of the proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old Bayly on February the 28th, 1682, against Christopher Urats, George Boriskie, John Stern, the principle murtherers of Tho. Thin, Esq., who was shot in his coach in the Pall Mall on Feb. 12 : with what relates to Count Charles John Koningsmark, lately apprehended in disguise at Graves-end, and against whom a Bill of Indictment was found as the first contriver of the bloody tragedy.
Trials Homicide England London 17th Century Sources Early Works To : An account of the proceedings at the Sessions, held at Iustice-hall in the Old-bayly, which began on 14th. of October last. : With the tryals, condemnation, and execution, of William Prickit William Palmer, with the tryals of several other malefactors, for divers kinds of fellonies: as thefts, burglaries, bigamy, murder, receiving of fellons, forgery, &c.; England and Wales.
Trials Homicide Maryland : Deliberate intent : a lawyer tells the true story of murder by the book / Rod Smolla.; Smolla, Rodney A.
Trials Impeachment England 17th Century : Articles of accusation exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled : against Sr. John Bramston Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley Knight, justices of His Majesties bench : Sr. Francis Crawley Knight, one of the justices of the common-pleas : Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties exchequer.; Bramston, John,
Trials Kidnapping England Early Works To 1800 : The full tryals examination and conviction, of Hagon Swanson, and Sarah Benton his pretended sister at the Queens-Bench Bar Westminster, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1702. before the Lord Chief Justice Holt, &c. : Also the tryals of John Hartwell and John Spurr, two bailiffs for being confederates with them in forcibly carrying away Pleasant Rawlins an heiress, &c.; Swendsen, Haagen,
Trials Larceny Great Britain : A Perfect narrative of the apprehension, tryal, and confession of the five several persons that were confederates in stealing the mace and the two privy purses from the Lord High-Chancellor of England : as it was attested at the sessions held at Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly, the seventh and eigth of March, anno. 1676/7.
Trials Murder England 17th Century : An Account of the tryal and examination gf [sic] Count Conningsmark : with the names of the murtherers and persons suspected as accessaries in the death of T. Thynn, Esq. who are as follows, viz. Frederick Harder, chyrurgeon to the said Count, Dr. Nicholas Dubartin, doctor to the said Count, Peter Merckman, all three committed and suspected as accessaries to the said murther : Amien Berg, committed for want of sureties, to give evidence against the said persons, who was the Captains man, and discovered the gun, being left behind in his lodging till they came back : Captain Vratz, Geo. Boroski and John Sterne were the bloody murtherers, which they confessed : Boroski and Sterne were the said Captains men.
Trials Murder England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The narrative of the proceedings at the Sessions House in the Old-Baily, : from Wednesday the 13 of this instant October to Saturday the 16, being a full account of the most remarkable tryals, examinations and condemnations of several malefactors, for several crimes ...
Trials Murder England Chelmsford Early Works To 1800 : Most wicked, cruel, bloody, and barbarous news from this last Lent Assizes at the city of Winchester in Hampshire : being a full and true relation of George Bromman, and Dorothy Newman, his wicked strumpet, being both agreed to make away his own wife, and son ... : also the manner how they were hang'd in chains ... on Tuesday the 7th of this instant March, 1676 : as also an account of a young-man that murdered his sweet-heart, being his fellow-servant at Stratford by Bow ... : as also hovv he vvas condemn'd to be hang'd at Chelmsford Assizes, the 28th of February, 1676 / by L. White.; White, L.,