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prisons for the home district; addressed to the Rt. Hon. the Secretary of State for the Home Department. By authority. London, 1837—1838.
1355, F. 3. Thirteenth report of the inspectors of the prisons of Great Britain, northern district. London, 1828.
1352, F. First report of the commissioners appointed to inquire as to the best means of establishing an efficient constabulary force in the counties of England and Wales. London, 1839.
1388, F. First, 2d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th reports of Her Majesty's commissioners on criminal law. Presented to Parliament. London, 1831 to 1845. Gift of Wm. B. Reed, Esq.
1355, F. 1. Tables showing the number of criminal offenders in the year 1847, in each county of England and Wales, and the result of the proceedings. London, 1848.
1355, F. 4. Sixteenth report of the inspectors general of the prisons of Ireland. London, 1838.
1355, F. 2. Tables showing the number of criminal offenders in the year 1848, in each county of Ireland, and the result of the proceedings. Dublin, 1849.
1347, F. Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the conduct, discipline and management of the Provincial Penitentiary. Montreal, 1849. Gift of Wm. Bristoe, Esg.
12506, O. 9. A review of Mr. Rantoul's report (against capital punishment) of 1836. Boston, 1837.
12506, 0. 14. Report of the minority of the special committee of the Boston prison discipline society. Boston, 1846.
12506, O 13. Documents relating to the State Prison. Boston, 1842.
13159, 0. 3. Annual report of the Massachusetts State Prison. Boston, 1854.
12506, 0. 5. Reports of the inspectors of Prisons for the county of Suffolk. Boston, 1842.
12506, 0. 1. Rules and regulations of the House of Correction. Boston, 1844.
11561, 0. Journal of prison discipline and philanthropy. 6 vols. in 4. Philadelphia, 1845 to the present time.
12506, 0. 11. A vindication of the separate system of prison discipline from the misrepresentations of the North American Review, July, 1839. Philadelphia, 1839.
12506, 0. 10, & 12087, 0. The Pennsylvanian system of Prison Discipline triumphant in France. Published by the Society for alleviating the miseries of prisons. Philadelphia, 1847.
9571, 0. 13. Report of the committee of the Legislature of Pennsylvania on the Eastern Penitentiary, at Philadelphia. Harrisburg, 1835.
11005, 0. 14. Report of the majority and minority of the committee on the judiciary system, relative to capital punishment. Harrisburg, 1843.
9751, 0. 14. Sixth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary. Philadelphia, 1835.
12315, 0. 21. Seventeenth annual report of the Inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1846.
12586, 0. The 1st, 2d, 3d, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th annual reports of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston : Commencing 1826. Together with a collection of reports, and other pamphlets on the same subject. Gift of Wm. E. Whitman, Esq.
12715, 0. 9. The design and advantages of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1835. 9571, 0. 8. Fourth annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia,
12715, 0.8 Sixth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1834.
9571,'0. 9. Seventh annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1835.
12506, 0. 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7. The 10th, 12th, 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th annual reports of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1838 to 1845.
12085, 0. 13. The 20th annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1848.
12698, 0. 7. The 23d annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1851.
13031, 0. 6. The 25th annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1853.
13159, 0. 2. The 26th Annual report of the House of Refuge. Philadelphia, 1854.
CRIMINAL AND STATE TRIALS.
Amos, 11805, 0. The great Oyer of poisoning. The trial of the Earl of
Somerset for poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury, in the Tower of
London. By A. Amos. London, 1846. Blount, 12953, 0. 2. Proceedings on the impeachment of Willam Blount, a
Senator from Tennessee, for high crimes and misdemeanors. Phila
delphia, 1799. Burke, 12411, 0. Celebrated trials connected with the aristocracy in the
relations of private life. By Peter Burke, Esq. London, 1849. Burton, 10169, D. Narratives from criminal trials in Scotland. By John
Hill Burton. 2 vols. London, 1852. Chandler, 7526, D. American criminal trials. By Peleg W. Chandler. 2
vols. Boston. D' Huutville, 10306, 0, and 11725, 0. Report of the D'Hautville case. The
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the suggestion of Paul Daniel
an infant child. 1840. Guisquet, 10736, 0. 5. Procés de M. Guisquet contre le Messager. Paris,
1839. Gurney, 12953, 0. 4. The proceedings on the trial of Thomas Walker, Samuel
Jackson, James Cheetbam, Oliver Pearsal, Benjamin Booth, and Joseph Collier, for conspiracy to overthrow the constitution and government, and to aid and assist the French in case they should invade this kingdom. Tried 1794. Taken in shorthand by Joseph Gurney.
Philadelphia, 1794. Hanway, 13113, 0. Report of the trial of Castner Hanway for treason, in the
resistance of the fugitive slave law of September, 1850 : before Judges Grier and Kane, in the Circuit Court of the United States, in Philadelphia, November, 1851. To which is added an appendix containing the laws of the United States, on the subject of fugitives from labor; the charges of Judge Kane to the Grand Juries, and a statentent of the points of law decided by the Court during the trial. By James J. Robbins, from the notes of Arthur Cannon and Samuel
B. Dalrymple. Philadelphia, 1852. Holmes, 11002, 0. 11. Trial of Alexander Wm. Holmes, one of the crew of
the ship Wm. Brown, for manslaughter on the high seas. Pbila
delphia, 1842. Gift of John Jay Smith. O Connell, 1271, F. 3. State trial, Ireland. Affidavits and pleadings in the
case of the Queen vs. D. O'Connell et al. London. Prigg, 10562, O. Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the State of
Pennsylvania (fugitive slave case). By Richard Peters. Phila
delphia, 1842. Seward, 12697, 0. 11. Argument of Wm. H. Seward, in defence of Wm.
Freeman, on his trial for murder. Auburn, New York, 1816. Townsend, 12476, 0. Modern State trials. Revised and illustrated with
essays and notes. By Wm. C. Townsend. 2 vols. London, 1850. Von Feuerbach, 11707, 0. & 8255, D. Narratives of remarkable criminal
trials. Translated from the German of Anselm Von Feuerbach. By
Lady Duff Gordon. London and New York, 1846. Ward, 13196, 0. 6. Report of the trial of Mathew F. Ward for the murder
of N. H. Butler. New York, 1854. Webster, 12509, 0. 13. Report of the trial of Professor John W. Webster,
indicted for the murder of Dr. George Parkman. Boston, 1850. 12509, 0. 14. The same reported for the N. Y. Daily Globe, with plates. New York, 1850. Gift of Lloyd P. Smith.
12509, 0. 15. Professor Webster's defence. Boston, 1850. Wharton, 12231, 0. State trials of the United States during the administra
tion of Washington and Adams, with references, historical and professional, and preliminary notes on the politics of the times. By
Francis Wharton. Philadelphia, 1849. 8420, D. The trial of William Wemms, James Hartegan, William McCauley, Hugh White, Matthew Kilroy, William Warren, John Carroll, and Hugh Montgomery, soldiers in his majesty's 29th foot, for the murder of Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James Caldwell, and Patrick Carr, 1770. Boston, 1770.
12562, 0. Order of reference of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of the State of Pennsylvania, complainant, against the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company and others, defendants; with the proofs taken before R. Hyde Walworth, Commissioner; together with his report and the report of the engineer. Saratoga Springs, 1851. Gift of Edwin M. Stanton, Esg.
9920, D. 5. Procés Affnær. Cour d'assises de la Seine 8 et 9 Avril, 1845. Réquisitoire et Plaidoiries. Paris, 1815.
REPORTS—TRIALS IN CIVIL CASES.
Aspden, 13002, 0. Paper book in the case of Aspden vs. Aspden, tried in the
Supreme Court of the United States. Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of
W. Linn Brown, Esq. Baldwin, 12715, 0. 2. Opinion of the Circuit Court of New Jersey, on
rights of fishing in the Delaware. Delivered by Justice Baldwin.
Philadelphia, 1831. Burke, 12624, 0. Celebrated trials with the upper classes of society in the
relations of private life. By Peter Burke, Esq. London, 1851. 10275, D. The romance of the Forum ; or narratives, scenes and anecdotes from courts of justice. By Peter Burke, Esq. 2 vols.
London, 1852. Burrell, 12912, 0. Report of the trial in the cause of J. E. Carew against
Sir C. M. Burrell and Col. George Wyndham, executors of the late
Earl of Egremont, and report of proceedings in the Insolvent Court
in the matter of J. E. Carew, an insolvent. London, 1840 and 1842. Cooper, 12133, 0. Reports of some cases adjudged in the Courts of the Lord
Chancellor, Master of the Rolls, and Vice-Chancellor in the years 1837, 1838. By Charles Purten Cooper. Vol. 1. London, 1838,
1811. Dunn, 2603, Q. 14. Paper Book. Isaac C. Jones, Richard Oakford, and
Samuel T. Jones, who survived Samuel Archer, to the use of I. C.
1835. No. 52. Correspondence. Philadelphia, 1835. Eaton, 13131, 0. Arguments of William W. Hubbell, Esq., of Philadelphia,
on behalf of the defendants, before Hon. Samuel Nelson, in the case of Ross Winans vs. Orasmus Eaton et al., in the Circuit Court of U. S., against a motion for an injunction to restrain the defendants from constructing and vending the eight-wheel railroad car," alleged to infringe Winans' patent of October, 1834. Albany, 1853. Gift of
0. Eaton. Girard, 11220, 11221, & 11222, 0. Arguments of the defendants' counsel
and judgment of the Supreme Court, United States, in the case of Vidal and another vs. the mayor, &c. of Philadelphia, the executors of S. Girard and others, defendants and appellees. January term, 1844. To which is added the will of Stephen Girard. Philadelphia.
Gift of John Sergeant and Thomas P. Cope, Esqrs.
Y. Home Journal, with an abstract of the evidence for the defence.
12351, 0. 3. Paper Book. Samuel S. Ritchie et al., plaintiffs in
12351, 0. 1. Speeches of defendants' counsel, and the charge of Judge Burnside, in the case of Hinchman vs. Ritchie et al. Reported by Dyer and Murphy. Philadelphia, 1849.
12351, 0.2. Speech of David Paul Brown, in the case of Hinch
man vs. Ritchie et al. Philadelphia, 1849. Hood, 13161, 0. 7. Paper Book. Estate of Wm. Hood, deceased. Phila
delphia, 1853. Ingham, 9566, 0. 4. The Library Company of Philadelphia, in trust for the
use of the Loganian Library, versus Samuel D. Ingham. Writ of
error, &c. Philadelphia, 1836. Kneass, 12822, 0. Paper Book. In the matter of the contested election of
District Attorney: Reed vs. Kneass. Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of
the Hon. Wm. B. Reed. Macon, 12154, 0. The opinion of Chief Justice Marshall, in the case of
Garnet vs. Macon. Richmond, 1825. Sedgwick, 12695, 0 3. Refutation of the reasons assigned by the arbitrators
for their award in the case of the two Greek frigates. By H. D.
Sedgwick. New York, 1826. Ward, 13170, 0. 5. Dickerson vs. Ward. History of the case, by Townsend
Ward. Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of the author.
INDIVIDUAL AND PARTICULAR CASES.
12028, 0. Report of the solicitor of the treasury in the case of the Pea Patch Island. 1848.
LAW RELATING TO WOMEN, MARRIAGE, AND DIVORCE.
Frederic, 2603, Q. 10. De divortio meditationes, quam scripsit Georgius
Friederici. Lipsiæ, 1842. Grégoire, 10027, 0. Histoire du mariage des prêtres en France depuis 1789.
Par M. Grégoire. Paris, 1826. 12693, 0. 12. The doctrine of incest stated, or whether a man may marry his deceased wife's sister, in a letter to a clergyman of the Presbyterian Church. By Domesticus. 2d edition. New York, 1827.
12693, 0. 13. Remarks on the letter of Domesticus, on marrying a deceased wife's sister. By Veritas. New York, 1827.
PATENT LAW, COPYRIGHT.
Burke, 7608, D. A treatise on the law of copyright. By Peter Burke, Esq.
London, 1842. Carey, 13159, 0. 7. Letters on international copyright. By H. C. Carey.
Philadelphia, 1853. Carpmael, 11801, o. Law reports of patent cases collected. By William
Carpmael, Esq. London, 1843. Curtis, 12392, 0. A treatise on the law of patents for useful inventions in
the U. S. By George Ticknor Curtis. Boston, 1849. 13120, 0. A treatise on the law of copyright in England and the
United States. With some notices of the history of literary property.
By G. T. Curtis. Boston, 1847. Ellsworth, 12251, 0. A digest of patents, issued by the United States from
1790 to January, 1839 : published by act of Congress under the superintendence of the commissioner of patents, Henry L. Ellsworth. To which is added the present law relating to patents. Washington,
1840. 13157, 0. 4. Patent laws. Washington, 1851.
13157, 0. 5. Information to persons having business to transact at the patent office. Washington, 1852.
MILITARY LAW, TREATISES ON COURTS-MARTIAL. Hetzel, 11739, 0. Military Laws of the United States, including those relating
to the army, marine corps, volunteers, militia, and to bounty lands and pensions; to which is prefixed the rules and articles of war, and the Constitution of the United States. 3d edition. By Capt. A. R.
Hetzel, U. S. A. Washington, 1846. O'Brien, 11571, 0. A treatise on American military laws, and the practice of
courts-martial, with suggestions for their improvement. By John O'Brien, Lieutenant U. S. A. Philadelphia, 1846.
Bolton, 11002, 0. 9. The trial of Capt. William C. Bolton, for an alleged
violation of the orders of Commodore Hull, in returning from the Mediterranean to the United States, in May, 1841. Philadelphia,