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2. Trial of Allen C. Laros, at Easton, Pennsylvania, August, 1876: for the murder of his father, Martin Laros, by poison, and his defence, based upon the allegation of epileptic insanity, together with the argument on the rule for a new trial and proceedings upon the pleas in bar of the sentence : from various newspaper reports and manuscript notes

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4. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, counseller at law: before the Hon. Isaac Parker, esquire ; for killing Charles Austin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806

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8. The tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq., John Marson, Ellis Stevens, and William Rogers, Gent: upon an indictment for the murther of Mrs. Sarah Stout, a Quaker : before Mr. Baron Hatsell, at Hertford assizes, July 18. 1699 : of which they were acquitted : with the opinions of the eminent physicians and chyrurgeons on both sides, concerning drowned bodies, delivered in the tryal and the several letters produced in court

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9. Report of the trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, Methodist minister, for the murder of Sarah Maria Cornell, at Tiverton, in the county of Newport, Rhode Island, before the supreme judicial court of that State, May 6, 1833: containing the evidence of the numerous witnesses unabridged, and the speeches of General Albert C. Green, attorney general, the Hon. D. Pearce, and William R. Staples, Esq., counsel for the prosecution, and those of the Hon. J. Mason, Richard R. Randolph, Esq., and other counsel for the prisoner : together with the charge of his honor Chief Justice Eddy, in full, as taken in short hand

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11. Report of the case of John W. Webster, indicted for the murder of George Parkman, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts: including the hearing on the petition for a writ of error, the prisoner's confessional statements and application for a commutation of sentence, and an appendix containing several interesting matters never before published

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15. Report of the case of Geo. C. Hersey, indicted for the murder of Betsy Frances Tirrell, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts: including the hearing on the motion in arrest of judgment, the prisoner's petition for a commutation of sentence, the death warrant, officer's return upon it, and the confession

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16. A review of the case, the people agt. Rev. Henry Budge: indicted for the murder of his wife, Priscilla Budge, tried at the Oneida, New York, Circuit Court, in August and September, 1861 : containing an examination of the medico-legal questions involved in the case, a review of the positions taken by the medical witnesses for the defence, an extended discussion of the positions assumed by the medical witnesses for the prosecution, with cuts and tables for illustration, letters and opinions from various eminent American and foreign medical jurists, together with copious abstracts from the evidence adduced, and the judge's charge in the civil action of Henry Budge agt. Caleb Lyon for libel, tried at the Herkimer Circuit in October and November, 1961

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21. Trial of Medad M'Kay for the murder of his wife: before Chief Justice Spencer, 1820, and before His Honor William W. Van Ness, 1821, at Allegany : embracing a brief outline of the former trial, and a detail of the latter : including the testimony, and speeches of Messrs. Collier, Haight, Matthews and Hulbert, with the charge of the judge to the jury

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29. A True relation of a barbarous bloody murther, committed by Philip Standsfield upon the person of Sir James Standsfield his father: giving an account of the many inhumane practices and unnatural contrivances he used ... : and how ... he murthered him in his bed-chamber, threw him into a river, and gave out he drowned himself ... : and by what means, the body being again taken up, the murther was discovered ... : for which ... he was tryed, condemned and executed

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40. [Murder position no. 4]

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41. [Murder position no. 1]

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44. [Murder position no. 2]

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46. [Murder position no. 3]

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48. Was Guiteau sane and responsible for the assassination of President Garfield?: read before the Boston Medico-Psychological Society, April 6, 1882, and the Association of Medical Superintendents for American Institutions for the Insane at Cincinnati, June 9, 1882

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