The Resource Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 : tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail, taken in shorthand by William Sampson

Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 : tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail, taken in shorthand by William Sampson

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Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 : tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail
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Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819
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tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail
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taken in shorthand by William Sampson
Title variation
  • Trial, &c. at a Court of General Sessions of the Peace, held in and for the city and county of New-York, on the 18th day of February, 1820
  • Case of Robert M. Goodwin, Esq. charged with killing James Stoughton, Esq. containing the whole of the proceedings, arguments, motions and points of law and practice, in the Court of Sessions, Supreme Court, Court of sittings, and at chambers : continued down till his final trial, acquittal, and discharge
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Goodwin, Robert M
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index present
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KF223.G66
LC item number
G66 1820a
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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1764-1836
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  • Sampson, William
  • New York (State)
  • New York (State)
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  • HeinOnline world trials
  • HeinOnline New York legal research library
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  • Goodwin, Robert M.
  • Stoughton, James
  • Trials (Murder)
  • Murder
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Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 : tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail, taken in shorthand by William Sampson
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  • 2 bibliographic volumes in 1 physical volume
  • Volume 2 published by Ellam Bliss, 1821
  • Includes indexes
  • ©2008 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, on an indictment of manslaughter for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, in the city of New-York, on the 21st day of December, 1819 : tried at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace held in and for the body of the city and county of New-York. Including the arguments of counsel and opinions and orders of the court on a motion to bail the prisoner, previous to his trial, after the finding of a coroner's inquest of wilful murder, and a verdict by a grand jury of manslaughter. And a further motion to bail on the petit jury being polled and disagreeing in their verdict, and being final discharge at the close of the session, after a trial which lasted five days, having began on the 14th and ended on the 18th day of March, 1820. And also a motion to bail on a writ of habeas corpus before His Honour the mayor, at his office in the City-hall. And a like motion before His Honour Chief Justice Spencer, at his chambers, with his opinion and order to admit the prisoner to bail, taken in shorthand by William Sampson
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • 2 bibliographic volumes in 1 physical volume
  • Volume 2 published by Ellam Bliss, 1821
  • Includes indexes
  • ©2008 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 volume (290 pages))
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
plans
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