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|Additional Physical Format:||(OCoLC)32534054
Craik, George L. (George Lillie), 1798-1866.
English causes célèbres, or, Reports of remarkable trials.
London : C. Knight, 1840
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George L Craik
|Notes:||Reproduction of original from Yale Law School Library.|
|Description:||1 online resource (vi, 296 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||The trial of Count Kn̲igsmark and others, for the murder of Thomas Thynn, Esq., 1682 --
The trial of Colonel James Turner, John Turner, William Turner, and Ely Turner, at the Old Bailey, for felony and burglary, 1664 --
The trial of Robert Hawkins, clerk, minister of Chilton, in Buckinghamshire, for felony, 1669 --
The great Huntingdonshire case, of Day versus Day, 1797 --
The trial of Philip Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, for the murder of Nathanael Cony, 1678 --
The case of the Perrys, executed for murder, at Campden, in Gloucestershire, 1661 --
The trial of Arthur Norkott and others, for the murder of his wife, Jane Norkott, 1628 --
The trial of Philip Standsfield, for high treason, and the murder of his father, Sir James Standsfield, of New Mills, in Scotland, 1688.
|Series Title:||The Making of the Modern Law|
|Other Titles:||English causes célèbres
Reports of remarkable trials
|Responsibility:||edited and illustrated by George L. Craik.|