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Report of the trial of Leavitt Alley : indicted for the murder of Abijah Ellis, in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.
Boston : Little, Brown. 1875
176 p. ; 24 cm.; US-96-37; reported by Franklin Fiske Heard.
The Beautiful victim of the Elm City : being a full, fair, and impartial narrative of all that is known of the terrible fate of the trusting and unfortunate Jennie E. Cramer : giving all the particulars that can be ascertained about Miss Annie Blanche Douglass, Walter Malley, and James Malley, Jr., as alleged participants in this terrible social tragedy.
New York : M.J. Ivers. c1881
48 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.; US-96-31.
The Behm murderers : trial and conviction of Rosentine and Moody for the murder of Abraham Behm.
Harrisburg, Pa. : [s.n.]. 1874
40 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.; US-96-4.
Bennet, William Heath.
A short dissertation on the nature of the various proceedings in the masters' office in the Court of Chancery : with directions for carrying the most usual references to a master into effect : to which are added, a few observations illustrative of the practice in the office of the accountant general : with an appendix, containing numerous precedents of the different proceedings, taken from actual practice.
Philadelphia : J.S. Littell. 1842
222 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.; US-96-49.
Bennett, Benjamin, d. 1820.
The trial of Benjamin Bennett : for the murder of Seth Haskins : before the Court of Oyer and Terminer in and for the county of Saratoga on the third day of June, 1820.
Saratoga Springs [N.Y.] : O.M. Davison. 1820
24 leaves ; 21 cm.; US-96-13.
Bigelow, George Tyler, 1810-1878.
Report of the trial of Abner Rogers, Jr. : indicted for the murder of Charles Lincoln, Jr., late warden of the Massachusetts State Prison : before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, on Tuesday, January 30, 1844.
Boston : C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1844
286,  p. ; 23 cm.; US-96-14; by George Tyler Bigelow and George Bemis.
Biographical sketch of Alexander Millar : who was executed at Stirling on the 8th of April, 1837, for the murder of William Jarvie, near Dennyloanhead, communicated by the prisoner after his condemnation : to which is appended a brief narrative of his trial, and a particular account of his behaviour up to the time of his execution.
Stirling : J. Forbes. 1837
24 [i.e. 37] p. ; 20 cm.; UK-96-57.
Birnie, J. B. L. (John Black Leslie).
Notes on issues in jury trials : with references to reported examples.
Edinburgh : Bell & Bradfute. 1881
xxxii, 118 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-96-64.
Bradford, O. K. (Oliver K.), b. 1832.
Guilty or not guilty, or, An appeal to the people.
Boston : J.E. Farwell. 1869
89 p. : port. ; 23 cm.; US-96-26.
Browne, G. Lathom (George Lathom), 1815-1892.
Narratives of state trials in the nineteenth century : first period, from the union with Ireland to the death of George the Fourth, 1801-1830.
London : S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. 1882
2 v. : facsims. ; 20 cm.; UK-96-56; 2nd ed.
Bryant, Wilbur F. (Wilbur Franklin), b. 1851.
A letter to a young law student : being a view of the judicial murder of four men at Chicago, November 11th, 1878, from the standpoint of Wilbur F. Bryant.--2nd ed.
Lincoln, Neb. : State Journal Co. 1894
16 p. : port. ; 15 cm.; US-96-33.
Burke, Peter, 1811-1881.
Celebrated naval and military trials.
London : W.H. Allen. 1866
399 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-96-59.
Choate, Rufus, 1799-1859.
Arguments of Rufus Choate, Henry W. Paine and Francis O.J. Smith on the removal of Judge Davis.
[S.l. : s.n.]. [1856?]
76 p. ; 22 cm.; US-96-11.
Report of the trial of Willard Clark : indicted for the murder of Richard W. Wight, before the Superior Court of Connecticut, holden at New Haven, on Monday, September 17, 1855.
New Haven : T.H. Pease. 1855
217 p. ; 23 cm.; US-96-1; by H.H. McFarland; assisted by the counsel for the state and defense.
Clinton, Henry L. (Henry Lauren), 1820-1899.
New York ; London : Harper & Bros. 1897
x, 626 p.,  leaves of plates : ports. ; 22 cm.; US-96-42; with nine portraits.
Clinton, Henry L. (Henry Lauren), 1820-1899.
New York : Harper & Bros. 1896
ix, 403 p. : port. ; 22 cm.; US-96-39.
Clough, Joel, d. 1833.
The trial and sentence of Joel Clough : who was executed on the 26th of July, 1833 for the murder of Mary W. Hamilton, of Bordentown, N.J.
Philadelphia : J. Scarlet. 
17 leaves ; 22 cm.; US-96-12.
Craik, George L. (George Lillie), 1798-1866.
English causes célèbres, or, Reports of remarkable trials.
London : C. Knight. 1840
vi, 296 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.; UK-96-58; edited and illustrated by George L. Craik.
De Beck, William L.
Murder will out : the first step in crime leads to the gallows : the horrors of the Queen City.
Cincinnati : [s.n.]. 1867
128 p. ; 21 cm.; US-96-9; by an old citizen.
De Bosset, C. P. (Charles Philippe).
Parga and the Ionian Islands : comprehending a refutation of the mis-statements of the Quarterly review and of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Maitland, on the subject, with a report of the trial between that officer and the author.
London : J. Warren. 1821
xxii, 530 p. : 1 maps ; 22 cm.; UK-96-27.
Dodge, Thomas Hutchins, 1823-1910.
Interference between the application of Sidney M. Stevens, filed Dec. 8th, 1877, and the patent no. 187,776 granted to Henry W. Putnam, February 27, 1877 : also, interference between the application of S.M. Stevens, filed Dec. 8th, A.D. 1877, and the patent no. 173,667, granted to Henry W. Putnam, February 15, 1876 : wire barbing machines : Stevens' appeal to the Commissioner of Patents : brief on behalf of Henry W. Putnam.
Worcester : C. Hamilton. [1880?]
25 p. ; 25 cm.; US-96-34; Thos. H. Dodge, Anthony Pollok, B.F. Thurston.
Dunton, Alvin R.
The true story of the Hart-Meservey murder trial : in which light is thrown upon dark deeds, incompetency, and perfidy : and crime fastened upon those whose position, if not manhood, should have commanded honest dealing.
Boston : Published by the author. 1882
309 p. : ports. ; 20 cm.; US-96-44.
Fay, Richard S. (Richard Sullivan), 1806-1865.
An argument before the Committee of the House of Representatives upon the petition of Benedict Fenwick and others : with a portion of the documentary testimony.
Boston : J.H. Eastburn. 1835
75 p. ; 25 cm.; US-96-38.
Frisby, Frank P.
Trial for mal-practice, Frank P. Frisby, by his next friend, Pearson Noble, vs. Dr. Leonard Pratt : in the Circuit Court of Carroll County, state of Illinois, March 7th, 1864.
Chicago : C.S. Halsey. 1864
xii, 9-283 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.; US-96-45; reported by John S. Cochrane.
Graham, David, 1808-1852.
A treatise on the law of new trials in cases civil and criminal.
New York : Banks, Gould & Co. 1855
3 v. ; 24 cm.; US-96-51; 2nd ed., rev. and corr.