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.,
Trials Murder England Northampton Early Works To 1800 : Relation of the most remarkable proceedings at the late assizes at Northampton : Conteyning truely and fully, the tryals, confessions, and execution of a most mischievous vvitch, notorious high-way-man, barbarous murderess. The first being Mary Forster, who by witchcraft destroyed above 30 sheep belonging to one Joseph Weedon, and afterwards burned to the ground his dwelling-house, and two large barns, full of corn and hay: to his damage above 300l. VVith her confession of the fact, how, and why she did it: and askign him forgiveness for the same. And a wonderful experiment of her divelish skill shewed in the goal, after she was condemned. The second a high-way-man, who had been 14 times in goal, and before his death discovered several others. The third a young vvench that killed her child, with the strange means how the same was discovered, and her penitent behaviour at the execution. Who all suffered at Northampton aforesaid, Saturday, Aug. 22. 1674.
Trials Murder England Norwich : A full report of the trial of James Blomfield Rush for the murder of Mr. Jermy and his son, of Stanfield Hall, in the county of Norfolk : commencing on Wednesday, March 28, and concluded April 4, 1849, at Norwich Assizes.; Rush, James Blomfield,
Trials Murder England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A true and tragical song, concerning Captain John Bolton, of Bulmer, near Castle-Howard, : who after a trial of nine hours, at York-Castle, on Monday the 27th of March, 1775, for the wilful murder of Elizabeth Rainbow, an Ackworth girl, his apprentice; was found guilty, and immediately received sentence to be executed at [T]yburn near York on Wednesday following, but on the same morning he strangled himself in the cell where he was confined, and so put a period to his wicked and desperate life. His body was then pursuant to his sentence, given to the surgeons at York infirmary to be dissected and anatomized. To the tune of "Fair lady lay your costly robes aside"
Trials Murder England Winchester 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.,
Trials Murder France : Four bloody murders lately committed by a zealot in France : viz. on an antient gentlewoman, a colonel, and two young scholars : with an account of his attempt to strangle a gentleman, wherein failing he was seized on, and upon examination and the rack he confessed, was sentenc'd and burnt at Chalons / translated out of French.
Trials Murder Great Britain Case Studies : Fine lines and distinctions : murder, manslaughter and the unlawful taking of human life / Terence Morris and Louis Blom-Cooper ; foreword by Lord Judge.; Morris, Terence.
Trials Murder Ireland : Trial of James Spollen for the murder of Mr George Samuel Little, at the Broadstone terminus of the Midland Great Western Railway, Ireland : August 7th, 8th, 10th & 11th, 1857.; Spollen, James.
Trials Murder Ireland Dublin Early Works To 1800 : A copy of a letter, containing an account of the murder of Capt. Robert Mead, on the 19th of August last by Burrus Gradon, who was tryed for the same at the Kings-Bench-Bar in Dublin, the 15th of November, after, and found guilty of manslaughter only : together with a copy of a letter sent the jury, and some reflections on the verdict.; Mead, E.
Trials Murder Ireland Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance declaring that the proceedings in case of murther in Ireland, : shall bee as formerly. Monday 20th March, 1653. Ordered by His Highness the Lord Protector and the Council, that this ordinance bee forthwith printed and published. Hen. Scobel, Clerk of the Council.; England and Wales.
Trials Murder Mississippi : Murder in Mississippi : United States v. Price and the struggle for civil rights / Howard Ball.; Ball, Howard,
Trials Murder New Jersey Salem Early Works To 1800 : Blood will out, or, An example of justice in the tryal, condemnation, confession and execution of Thomas Lutherland, : who barbarously murthered the body of John Clark of Philadelphia, and was executed at Salem in West-Jarsey the 23d of February, 1691/2.; Lutherland, Thomas,
Trials Murder Scotland Early Works To 1800 : The tryal of Philip Standsfield, son to Sir James Standsfield of New-Milns : for the murther of his father, and other crimes libell'd against him, Feb. 7. 1688. For which he had judgment, that on the [15th ...] betwixt the hours of two and four in the afternoon, to be carried to the Mercat-Cross of Edinburgh, and hang'd on a gibbet, until he be dead; his tongue to be cut out and burnt on a scaffold; and his right-hand to be cut off, and affixt on the east gate of Hedington, and his body to be hung in chains. Which doom and sentence was accordingly put to due execution upon the said Philip Standsfield. Published by authority.
Trials Naval Offences : Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy's consul in a neutral port, and the right of the owner of the ship to call upon the underwriters, to reimburse him the money paid for the purchase of the ship at a sale by auction, under such sentence : with an appendix containing the French laws now in force relative to maritime prizes &c., and the Danish ordinance of the 20th of April 1796 imposing a duty on foreign ships / by Nathaniel Atcheson.; Havelock.
Trials Naval Offences England London : A Full and true relation as well of the blovving up of the Ann frigat as also of the examination, tryal, and condemnation of John Adams, the gunner thereunto belonging : as the occasion of that accident by his default. For which he was on the 24th. of this instant December, sentenced by a councel of war to be hang'd.
Trials Offences Against The Person : Scandalum magnatum, or, The great trial at Chelmnesford assizes : held March 6, for the county of Essex, betwixt Henry, Bishop of London, plaintiff, and Edm. Hickeringill rector of the rectory of All-Saints in Colchester, defendant, faithfully related : together with the nature of the writ call'd supplicavit ... granted against Mr. Hickeringill ... as also the articles sworn against him, by six practors of doctors-common ... Published to prevent false reports.; Hickeringill, Edmund,