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The Seventh Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. With an Appendix
1824
 

Trial of Alexander M'Leod, for the Murder of Amos Durfee; and as an Accomplice in the Burning of the Steamer Caroline, in the Niagara River, During the Canadian Rebellion in 1837-38. [Wrapper title].
1841
 

Report of the Case of the Commonwealth [of Pennsylvania] vs. John Kehoe et al, Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Commonly Known as "Molly Maguires." Indicted...for an Aggravated Assault and Battery with Intent to Kill Wm. M. Thomas. With the Testimony and Arguments of Counsel in Full, Stenographically Reported by R.A. West.
1876
 

SEDALIA DAILY DEMOCRAT. April 23, 1882.
1882
 

Henry Richards and Alexander Anderson, Murderers of Mrs. Garber and Mrs. Ream, on Tuesday, December 15th, 1857, at Fruitville, Manheim Township, Lancasteer Co., Penna. [Caption title] 4to wood engraving of the murderers.
1857
 

Trial of Professor John W. Webster, for the Murder of Dr. George Parkman in the Medical College, November 23, 1849....Stenographic report...
1850
 

Trial of Professor John W. Webster, for the Murder of Dr. George Parkman in the Medical College, November 23, 1849....Stenographic report...
1850
 

[Trial of the Hon. Daniel E. Sickles for Shooting Philip Barton Key, Esq., U.S. District Attorney, of Washington, D.C. February 27th, 1859. Reported by Felix G. Fontaine. New York: R.M. De Witt, 160 & 162 Nassau St. 1859].
1859
 

The Trial and Confession of Jesse Strang, For the Murder of John Whipple, at Albany, on the 7th of May, 1827. Being the Only Edition Published Containing All the Evidence, as Given on That Very Interesting Trial. To which is annexed the sentence of death as delivered by Judge Duer; also, in full the trial and acquittal of Mrs. Whipple, as an accessory to the murder of her husband. Together with a sketch of the history of Jesse Strang & Mrs. Whipple.
1827
 

ANON. A Biographical Sketch of he Celebrated Salem Murderer, who fo Ten Years Past has been the Terror of Essex County, Mass. Including a Full and Authentic Account of His Daring Exploits...by a Citizen of Danvers.
1830
 

ANON. & J.H. The Dying Words, Confession and Execution of Jesse Straang [!], for the Murder of John Whipple at Albany, August 27, 1827. [and] On sheet with: A Poem on the Distressing, and Afflictive…Death of the Rev. Josiah M. Muspratt, Who was killed in an Awful Manner; Being Caught up in the Machinery of Whitesborough Factory, Carried up to the Floor Above by His Arm, Where it was Drawn From His Body. From Whence he Fell Again to the Floor, Torn and Lacerated in the Most Shocking Manner; May, 1827. Signed in type "J.H." Text surrounded by black border. [Caption titles]. Conjugate 4to verse broadsides, with woodcut of hanged man & initialled coffin, respectively.
1827
 

BAKER. Massachusetts....Commonwealth v. George F. Baker and Mary A.J. Baker. Indictment for Murder. Closing Argument of Frederic T. Greenhalge for the Prisoners....
1887
 

BEMIS, GEORGE. Report of the Case of John W. Webster, Master of the Arts and Doctor of Medicine of Harvard University...Indicted for the Murder of George Parkman, Master of Arts of Harvard University...Before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts...
1850
 

BIGELOW, W.E The Boston Tragedy! An Expose of the Evidence in the Case of the Parkman Murder!
1850
 

DE BECK, WILLIAM. Murder Will Out. The First Step in Crime Leads to the Gallows. The Horrors of the Queen City....By an Old Citizen.
1867
 

DOE, MARY G. Soliloquy of Prof. John W. Webster, after the disappearance of Dr. Geo. Parkman up to the time of his execution. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, repieced in three columns as originally published, with original typographical border.
1850
 

FURNALD, AMOS. Trial of Amos Furnald, for the Murder of Alfred Furnald, Before the Superior Court ...Reported by Richard Ela.
1825
 

GORHAM, AMOS T.? Journal Containing News of the 1841 Rhode Island Convention, and the Rev. Avery and Sarah Cornell Murder Case. N.A. Probable Author: Amos T. Gorham. February 17, 1823 (one page only) January 1, 1833 to January 25, 1841. 1844 and 1848 (one page only). Bristol, Rhode Island. 6.5 x 7.5 inches, 115 pp., board covers, some pen & ink illus., some pasted news clippings first few pages. Spine mostly separated, pages loose and browned with some edge fraying. Ink.
1841
 

HALL, ABRAHAM OAKEY. A Review of the Webster Case. By a Member of the New York Bar.
1850
 

HARDEN, JACOB S. Life, Confession, and Letters of Courtship of Rev. Jacob S. Harden, of the M.E. Church, Mount Lebanon...N.J. Executed for the Murder of His Wife...
1860
 

HENDRICKSON, JOHN JR Trial of...for the Murder of His Wife Maria, by Poisoning; at Bethlehem, Albany County, N.Y., March 6th, 1853...Reported and Compiled by David M. Barnes, of the Morning Express, and W.S. Hevenor, Assistant District Attorney of Albany County.
1853
 

POWERS, MICHAEL. Life of Michael Powers, Now Under Sentence of Death for the Murder of Timothy Kennedy. Dictated by Himself.
1820
 

ROGERS, ARTEMAS & HE Trial of Daniel Davis Farmer, for the Murder of the Widow Anna Ayer, at Goffstown, on the 4th of April, 1821.
1821
 

ROSS, CHRISTIAN K. The Father's Story of Charley Ross, the Kidnapped Child: Containing a Full and Complete Account of the Abduction of Charles Brewster Ross from the Home of His Parents in Germantown, with the Pursuit of the Abductors and Their Tragic Death...
1876
 

SAWTELL, ISAAC. The History of the Murder of Hiram Sawtell by His Brother Isaac Sawtell. Illustrated. [Cover title].
1892
 

SELFRIDGE, THOMAS O. A Correct Statement of the Whole Preliminary Controversy Between Tho. O. Selfridge and Benj. Austin; Also, a Brief Account of the Catastrophe in State Street, Boston, on the 4th August, 1806: with Some Remarks.
1807
 

WEBSTER, JOHN W. The Parkman Murder. Trial of Prof. John W. Webster, for the Murder of Dr. George Parkman, November 23, 1849. Before the Supreme Judicial Court, in the City of Boston...
1850
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Murder; Or the Drown'd Wife, A Tragedy, Lately Performed...by Ned Findley, Esquire...
1808
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Murder; Or the Drown'd Wife, A Tragedy, Lately Performed...by Ned Findley, Esquire...
1808
 

WILSON, D. Henrietta Robinson.
1855
 

WILSON, D. Henrietta Robinson.
1855
 

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