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ADDISON, ALEXANDER. Reports of Cases in the County Courts of the fifth Circuit, and in the High Court of Errors & Appeals, of the State of Pennsylvania. And Charges to Grand Juries of Those County Courts.
1800
 

ANON. A Review of the Prosecution Against Abner Kneeland, for Blasphemy. By a Cosmopolite.
1835
 

ANON. A Review of the Prosecution Against Abner Kneeland, for Blasphemy. By a Cosmopolite.
1835
 

AUSTIN, JAMES T. Report of the Arguments of the Attorney of the Commonwealth, at the Trials of Abner Kneeland, for Blasphemy, in the Municipal and Supreme Courts, in Boston, January and May, 1834.
1834
 

BARNUM, P.T. Triumph of the People. An Account of the Celebration at Danbury, Conn. Dec. 5th, 1832, on the Emancipation from Prison of P.T. Barnum, Editor of the Herald of Freedom, where he had been confined sixty days for the alleged libel on Mr. Seth Seeyle. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in five columns. One or two words deliberately excised from the last column, and the word "Presbyterian" inked over in the phrase "(a hot headed Presbyterian fanatic)."
1832
 

BERRY, IRA. The Liberty of the Press Vindicated, and Truth Triumphant! State versus Ira Berry, for an Alleged Libel on Cyrus Weston, the Nominal Complainant in the Prosecution, and the nominal Mover of the "Belgrade Resolutions:" Also a Delegate to the Federal State Convention, Holden in Augusta, June 26, 1832; and the Pitiful Instrument and Victim of the desperation and folly of the leaders of the Federal Party, in the County of Kennebec! [Caption title].
1832
 

BUCKINGHAM, JOSEPH T A Correct Statement and Review of the Trial of Joseph T. Buckingham, for an Alleged Libel on the Rev. John N. Maffit, Before the Hon. Josiah Quincy...Dec. 16, 1822.
1822
 

DELAVAN, EDWARD C. A Report on the Trial of the Cause of John Taylor vs. Edward C. Delavan, Prosecuted for an Alleged Libel; Tried at the Albany Circuit, April 1840...
1840
 

HALL, ROBERT. Polemical and Other Miscellanies...and an Apology for Freedom of the Press. From the Seventh London Edition.
1827
 

HALL, ROBERT. Polemical and Other Miscellanies...and an Apology for Freedom of the Press. From the Seventh London Edition.
1827
 

HENSHAW, DAVID? A Review of the Prosecution Against Abner Kneeland, for Blasphemy. By a Cosmopolite.
1835
 

NICHOLS, THOMAS L. Journal in Jail, Kept During a Four Months' Imprisonment for Libel, in the Jail of Erie County. Title vignette.
1840
 

OHIO ANTI-SLAVERY SO Narrative of the Late Riotous Proceedings Against the Liberty of the Press, in Cincinnati. With Remarks and Historical Notices, Relating to Emancipation.
1836
 

ROOT, DAVID Liberty of Speech and of the Press. A Thanksgiving Sermon. Delivered November 26, 1835, to the Congregational Church & Society in Dover, N.H
1835
 

THOMAS, WILLIAM. The Enemies of the Constitution Discovered, or, an Inquiry into the Origin and Tendency of Popular Violence. Containing a Complete and Circumstantial Account of the Unlawful Proceedings at the City of Utica, October 21st, 1835; the Dispersion of the State Anti-Slavery Convention by the Agitators, the Destruction of a Democratic Press, and the Causes Which Led Thereto. Together with a Concise Treatise on the Practice of the Court of His Honor Judge Lynch....by Defensor.
1835
 

YOUNG & MINNS. The Defence of Young and Minns, Printers to the State...with an Appendix, Containing the Debate, &c.
1805
 

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