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To the public. Stop him! Stop him! Stop him! In this day of trial- At this great and important period- When our lives liberties, and estates; nay when our very religion and all that is, or can be, dear to us, as freemen, are at stake; we cannot

Rufus Easton, 1807, Trial

Trial of the Irish patriots at Clonmel, Oct. 22nd. 1848 Thos. F. Meagher, Terence B. Mc.Manus, Patrick O'Donohue, receiving their sentence / / lith. & pub. by N. Currier.

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. Trial of all the steam engines of Cincinnati on the occasion of the opening of the ...Railroad

Trial of Ossawattamie [sic] Brown View of the court-room during the trial, with accurate portraits of the presiding judge, the twelve ... men, the counsel for the prisoner and prosecution, and Brown, as he reclined on his couch / / from a drawing taken by our special artist.

The Trial of the Hon. Daniel E. Sickles for the murder of P. Barton Key, Esq., at Washington, D.C.

Trial of the conspirators - Strong guard posted in front of main entrance to penitentiary, Washington

Trial of breech-loading fire arms, at the city arsenal, corner of 35th St. and 7th Ave., N.Y.

The Senate as a Court of Impeachment for the Trial of Andrew Johnson

Maryland - Scene in the Court-House at Annapolis - Trial of Mrs. Wharton on the charge of murdering General Ketchum by poison / from a sketch by Jas. E. Taylor.

Miners' meeting at Sheep Camp, Alaska. Trial of camp thieves

Trial of George Jacobs of Salem for witchcraft

Trial of George Jacobs of Salem for witchcraft, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass.

Trial race for defender of Canada's Cup, 1901

[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

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[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

Trial of John Peter Zenger - historical pageant

[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

[FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD]

FEUD. SCENES IN VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN TOWN AT TRIAL AFTER FEUD

The First locomotive. Aug. 8th, 1829. Trial trip of the "Stourbridge Lion"

Trial of an Ozark moonshiner, made by Homer Tate. Safford, Arizona

Trial flash picture of Holy Sepulchre with Archi[mandrite] Kiriako, Perry-Robinson, close up, Archi[mandrite], Kiriako, Perry Robinson, Mantura & one priest

[Louis Capone, facing camera, and Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss listening to a lawyer, during their trial] / World Telegram photo by Al Ravenna.

Trial flash picture of Holy Sepulchre with Archimandrite Kiriako, Perry-Robinson, Mantura, Raad, Johannes Krikorian

Joined Staff Of Attorney-General Biddle. The distinction of being the first Negro to become a member of the Trial Bureau of the Department of Justice goes to Martin A. Martin of Danville, Virginia who was sworn in on May 31, 1943. Photo shows Mrs. Nellie G. Plumley, Appointment Clerk, administering the oath. In the background is Attorney Oliver Hill of Richmond, Virginia, a friend of Mr. Martin and Frank Coleman, Special Assistant to Attorney-General Biddle. Mr. Martin also has the rank of Special Assistant

Washington, D.C. The distinction of being the first Negro to become a member of the Trial Bureau of the Department of Justice goes to Martin A. Martin of Danville, Virginia, who was sworn in on May 31, 1943. Mrs. Nellie G. Plumley, appointment clerk, is administering the oath. In the background is Attorney Oliver Hill of Richmond, Virginia and Frank Coleman, Special Assistant to Attorney-General Biddle. Mr. Martin also has the rank of Special Assistant

[Defendants Scott Kern, Jon Lester, Jason Ladone, and Michael Pirone face African American man, possibly lawyer C. Vernon Mason or Alton Maddox, as Judge Thomas A. Demakos and medical examiner Dr. Gwen Harleman observe at Howard Beach manslaughter and assault trial]

S.E.C. investigates Whitney Co. collapse. Washington, D.C., April 12. H.G. Wellington, partner in the firm of Wellington and Co. told the SEC today that his firm made a unsecured loan on a thirty day note to Richard Whitney and Co. in Sept. 1933, and that the money was not paid for four years. Wellington testified as SEC hearings on the Whitney crash started in Washington, the loan was made while Whitney was President of the New York Stock Exchange of which Wellington is a Governor, Samuel O. Clark, Jr. Trial examiner on the right is shown talking to Wellington at the SEC today, 4/12/38

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General orders no. 76.

General orders no. 76.

Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the City of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave-trading.

Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the City of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave-trading.

Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the City of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave-trading.

Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the City of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave-trading.

Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., in the Central Criminal Court of the City of London, on the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, on a charge of slave-trading.