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- An act whereby the Court of Admiralty may proceed to sentence, nothwithstanding prohibitions to the contrary. (London : Printed for Edward Husband, 1649), by England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons, Henry Scobell, and Edward Husband (page images at HathiTrust)
- Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court, Nov. 2, 1859, on receiving the sentence of death, for his heroic attempt at Harper's Ferry, to give deliverance to the captives, and to let the oppressed go free. : (Mr. Brown, upon inquiry whether he had anything to say why sentence should not be pronounced upon him, in a clear, distinct voice, replied:) I have, may it please the court, a few words to say. ..., by John Brown and Charles C. Mead (page images at HathiTrust)
- Court intervention: pre-sentence investigation techniques for drinking/driving offenses. Final report. (1978), by M. W. Nesbitt and D. W. McGill (page images at HathiTrust)
- Court intervention: pre-sentence investigation techniques for drinking/driving offenses. Instructor's guide. (1980) (page images at HathiTrust)
- Court intervention : pre-sentence investigation techniques for drinking/driving offenses : instructor's guide (Washington : Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 28 cm), by United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Office of State Program Assistance (page images at HathiTrust)
- Court intervention: pre-sentence investigation techniques for drinking/driving offenses. Participant's manual. (1980) (page images at HathiTrust)
- Court intervention : pre-sentence investigation techniques for drinking/driving offenses : participant's manual / (Washington, D.C. : The Administration, ), by United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (page images at HathiTrust)
- A hue and cry after the high court of injustice. Or, the arraignment and sentence of those blood-thirsty and unparallel'd traitors, who contrary to all law and justice, judged and condemned the late Kings Majesty, Charles the First, of glorious memory to death; who by the divine hand of Gods justice, which alwayes pursues and overtakes blood-thirsty traitots [sic] to their ruine aad [sic] destruction, are now to be made publick examples of justice, for that horrid act which is now by both Houses of Parliament declared to be horrid murder. With a perfect list of all their names, whose estates are to be sequestered for the same, for the use of his Majesty. (London : printed for John Andrews, at the White Lion near Pye-Corner, 1660) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The opinion of Judge Cooper on the effect of a sentence of a foreign court of admiralty / (Philadelphia : Printed for P. Byrne, law book-seller, 1810), by Pennsylvania. High Court of Errors and Appeals, Alexander James Dallas, assignee of Brown Dempsey, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress) DLC., and Insurance Company of Pennsylvania (page images at HathiTrust)
- Opinion on the effect of a sentence of a foreign court of Admiralty. (Philadelphia, 1810), by Thomas Cooper (page images at HathiTrust)
- Review by the judge advocate general of the proceedings, findings, and sentence of a general court martial held in the city of Washington, for the trial of Major General Fitz John Porter, of the United States volunteers. (Washington, Daily chronicle press, 1863), by United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate General (page images at HathiTrust)
- Sentence of death for high treason. At a special Court of Oyer and Terminer and Goal Delivery, held at Frederick Town, in the month of July, 1781. ... ([Frederick, Md.? : Printed by Matthias Bartgis?, 1781]), by Maryland. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Goal Delivery (Frederick County) (HTML at Evans TCP)
- The sentence of the court; address by Simon E. Sobeloff, Solicitor general of the United States ... ([n.p., 1954]), by Simon E. Sobeloff (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
- The sentence of the court-martial... for the trial of the Hon. Lieut. Gen. James Murray, late Governor of Minorca, on the twenty-nine articles exhibited against him by Sir William Draper. With His Majesty's order thereon. To which are added, the whole of the evidence on the two articles of which the general was found guilty; and likewise upon the four articles of complaint of personal wrong and grievance. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney. (London, Sold by M. Gurney, 1783), by James Murray, Joseph Gurney, and William Draper (page images at HathiTrust)
- A true relation of the unjust proceedings, verdict (so called) & sentence of the Court of Sessions ... against divers of the Lord's people called Quakers, on the 30th day of the 8th month, 1662 / published for the honour of God, the vindication of the innocent, and the information of people, by John Chandler. ([London?] printed : [s.n.], 1662), by John Chandler (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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