Published Sources: Miscellaneous Crime Literature
Bennett, D. M. The Champions of the Church: Their Crimes and Persecutions. New York: D. M. Bennett, 1878.
Billings, M. E. The Crimes of Preachers in the United States and Canada from May, 1876, to May 1882. 2nd annual edition. New York: D. M. Bennett, 1882.
Chandler, Peleg W. American Criminal Trials. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1841–44.
Official Documents of the Presbytery of Albany, Exhibiting the Trials of the Rev. John Chester and Mr. Mark Tucker; together with the Whole Case of the Rev. Hooper Cumming. Schenectady, N.Y.: Henry Stevens, 1818.
Published Sources: Trial Pamphlets, Arranged Alphabetically by Name of Clergyman
Philandros [pseud.]. An Astonishing Affair! The Rev. Samuel Arnold, Cast and Tried for his Cruelty.Concord, N.H.: Luther Roby, 1830.
Avery, Ephraim K. Vindication of the Result of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, To Which Is Prefixed His Statement of Facts relative to the Circumstances by Which He Became Involved in the Prosecution. Boston: David Ela, 1834.
Avery, Ephraim K. [pseud.]. Explanation of the Circumstances Connected with the Death of Sarah Maria Cornell; By Ephraim K. Avery. Providence, R.I.: William S. Clark, 1834.
(p.262) The Correct, Full and Impartial Report of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery before the Supreme Judicial Court of the State of Rhode-Island, at Newport, May 6, 1833, for the Murder of Sarah M. Cornell. Providence, R.I.: Marshall and Brown, 1833.
Drury, Luke. A Report of the Examination of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, Charged with the Murder of Sarah Maria Cornell. N.p., 1833.
Hallett, Benjamin F. A Full Report of the Trial of Ephraim K. Avery, Charged with the Murder of Sarah Maria Cornell, before the Supreme Court of Rhode Island, at a Special Term in Newport. Held in May 1833. Boston: Daily Commercial Gazette, 1833.
Hallett, Benjamin F. The Arguments of Counsel in the Close of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, Also a Literal Report of the Medical Testimony of Professor Walter Channing and Dr. William Turner. Boston: Daily Commercial Gazette, 1833.
Hallett, Benjamin F. Avery's Trial (Supplementary Edition). Np: n.p., 1833.
Hildreth, Richard. A Report of the Trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Rhode Island. On an Indictment for the Murder of Sarah Maria Cornell. Boston: Russell, Odiorne, 1833.
Life and Trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery for the Murder of the Young and Beautiful Miss Sarah Maria Cornell. Philadelphia: Barclay, 1877.
Melville, David. A Fac-simile of the Letters Produced at the Trial of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, on an Indictment for the Murder of Sarah Maria Cornell. Taken with Great Care, by permission of the Hon. Supreme Judicial Court of Rhode Island from the Original Letters in the Office of the Clerk of Said Court. Boston: Pendleton's Lithography, 1833.
Report of a Committee of the New England Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, on the Case of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, Member of Said Conference. Boston: David Ela, 1833.
Staples, William Read. A Correct Report of the Examination of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, Minister of the Methodist Church in Bristol, R.I. Who Was Charged with the Murder of Sarah M. Cornell. Providence, R.I.: Marshall & Brown, 1833.
The Trial at Large of the Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, for the Wilful Murder of Sarah Maria Cornell, at Tiverton, in the County of Newport, R.I. New York: n.p., 1833.
Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. Fall River: An Authentic Narrative. 2nd ed. Boston: Marsh & Harrison, 1834.
Kerr, Jacob. The Several Trials of the Reverend David Barclay, before the Presbytery of New-Brunswick, with Their Judgment at Oxford.Elizabethtown, N.J.: R. & P. Canfield, 1814.
Beecher, Henry Ward
Official Report of the Trial of Henry Ward Beecher. 2 vols. New York: George W. Smith, 1875.
Oliver, Leon. The Great Sensation: A Full, Complete and Reliable History of the Beecher-Tilton-Woodhull Scandal, with Biographical Sketches of the Principal Characters. Chicago: Beverly, 1873.
Theodore Tilton Versus Henry Ward Beecher: Action for Crim. Con. Tried in the City Court of Brooklyn, Chief Justice Joseph Neilson, Presiding: Verbatim Report of the Trial. New York: McDivitt, Campbell, 1875.
(p.263) Williamson, Francis P. Beecher and His Accusers: A Complete History of the Great Controversy, including the Life of Henry Ward Beecher, together with Pen and Ink Sketches of the Persons Prominently Involved. Philadelphia: Flint, 1874.
The Entire and Unabridged Evidence, Given on the Second Inquest, concerning the Death of Mrs. Priscilla BudgeAlso: The Evidence Given at the Examination of Rev. Henry Budge, Charged with the Murder of his Wife.Lowville, N.Y.: Lewis County Banner Office, 1860.
Examination as to the Death of Priscilla Budge, before the Coroner and a Jury. New York: n.p., 1860.
Swinburne, John. A Review of the Case, The People agt. Rev. Henry Budge, Indicted for the Murder of His Wife Priscilla Budge.Albany, N.Y.: C. Van Benthuysen, 1862.
The Trial in Full, of Edward Arrowsmith, for Slandering the Character of the Rev. Alexander Cumming, Minister of the Evangelical Independent Church, Rose Street, New York.New York: S. Wakler, 1819[?].
Doane, George Washington
Doane, George Washington. Protest and Appeal. Philadelphia: 1852.
Lee, Alfred. A Few Words in Vindication of the Action of the Court of Bishops, Convened at Camden, New Jersey, Sept. 1853. Philadelphia: H. Hooker, 1854.
Proceedings of the Court of Bishops, Assembled for the Trial of the Right Rev. George Washington Doane, D.D., L.L.D., Bishop of New Jersey. New York: Stanford & Swords, 1852.
Fairchild, Joy Hamlet
Correspondence between Rev. Nehemiah Adams and Rev. J. H. Fairchild, with Notes and Comments by a Committee of the Payson Church. Boston: 1846.
English, William B. The Celebrated Trial of Rev. Joy Hamlet Fairchild, for the Alleged Seduction of Miss Rhoda Davidson. Boston: J. N. Bradley, 1844.
Fairchild, Joy Hamlet. Remarkable Incidents in the Life of Rev. J. H. Fairchild, Pastor of Payson Church, South Boston. Compiled and Published by Himself with a Portrait. Boston: Printed for the Author, 1855.
Fairchild, Joy Hamlet. Farewell Address to the Payson Church, South Boston, Delivered Nov. 22, 1857, by Rev. Joy H. Fairchild. Boston: n.p., 1858.
Fairchild, Joy Hamlet. Iniquity Unfolded! An Account of the Treatment of Mr. Fairchild by the Deacons in South Boston, and Others, Written by Himself. 2nd edition. Exeter, N.H.: n.p., 1844.
The Truth Revealed. Statement & Review of the Whole Case of the Reverend Joy H. Fairchild.Boston: Wright's Steam Press, 1845.
Weeks, J.E.P. The Trial of Rev. Joy Hamlet Fairchild, on a Charge of Adultery with Miss Rhoda Davidson. Boston: Boston Daily Times, 1845.
Poor Mary Pomeroy! The Jersey City Music Teacher; Also a Full and Authentic Account of the Trial of Rev. John S. Glendenning before the Authorities of Prospect Avenue Church: Startling Details.Philadelphia: Old Franklin Publishing House, 1874.
Whitney, George L. The Trial of Rev. Issachar Grosscup, for the Seduction of Roxana L. Wheeler.Canandaigua, N.Y.: n.p., 1848.
Proceedings in the Case of Elder William B. Guild, of the Third Presbyterian Church of Newark, N.J. New York: Edward O. Jenkins, 1861.
Harden, Jacob S.
Life, Confession, and Letters of Courtship of Rev. Jacob S. Harden, of the M.E. Church, Mount Lebanon, Hunterdon Co., N.J., Executed for the Murder of His Wife, on the 6th of July, 1860. Hackettstown, N.J.: E. Winton, 1860.
Hayden, Herbert Hiram
Hayden, Herbert Hiram. The Rev. Herbert H. Hayden: An Autobiography. Hartford, Conn.: Press of the Plimpton Mfg. Co., 1880.
Poor Mary Stannard! A Full and Thrilling Story of the Circumstances Connected with Her Murder.New Haven, Conn.: Stafford Printing, 1879.
Dowling, Joseph A. [stenographer]. The Trial of the Rev. William Hogan, Pastor of St. Mary's Church, for an Assault and Battery on Mary Connell. Philadelphia: R. Desilver, 1822.
Huston, Lorenzo Dow
The Trial of the Rev. L. D. Huston, for the Alleged Seduction of Mary Driscoll, Virginia Hopkins, &c.Baltimore: n.p., 1872.
Harrison, John A., Esq. Courts of Appeal in Causes Ecclesiastical: Their Necessity Illustrated by the History of the Case of Rev. Henry D. Jardine (deceased).St. Louis, Mo.: Nixon-Jones, 1886.
The Great Divorce Case! A Full and Impartial History of the Trial of the Petition of Mrs. Sarah M. H. Jarvis, for a Divorce from Her Husband, the Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis.New York: n.p., 1839.
Report of the Proceedings, on the Petition of Mrs. Sarah M. Jarvis, for a Divorce from Her Husband, Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis.2nd ed. Hartford, Conn.: Review Press, 1839.
Ayer, I.W. Full Report of R.H. Dana's Argument for Defence, in the Case of Rev. I.S. Kalloch, Pastor of the Tremont Temple Baptist Church. N.p., 1857.
Neilson, William McCann. A Faint Idea of a Terrible Life! The Rev. I. S. Kalloch (Mayor of San Francisco) from His Expulsion from College until Now. 4th ed. San Francisco: J. K. Cooper, 1880.
Only Full Report of the Trial of Rev. I. S. Kalloch, on Charge of Adultery, Complete History of the Affair; Doings of the Church; Kalloch's Pulpit Defence; Arrest, Arraignment, Trial, and Result. With Accurate Portraits of Kalloch, and the Beautiful Lady in Black, and the Lecture Room of the Lechmere. Boston: Federhen, 1857.
Shimmons, John H. The Shame and Scourge of San Francisco, or, an Expose of the Rev. Isaac S. Kalloch across the Continent, from Maine to California; The Records of an Evil Life, from Documents of Undeniable Authenticity. Chicago: n.p., 1880[?].
Correct Statement and Review of the Trial of Joseph T. Buckingham, for an Alledged Libel on the Rev. John H. Maffitt, before the Hon. Josiah Quincy, Judge of the Municipal Court, Dec. 16, 1822. Boston: William S. Spear, 1822.
Elsemore, Moses. An Impartial Account of the Life of the Rev. John H. Maffitt, with a Narrative of the Difficulties Attending His First Marriage and a Circumstantial and Correct History of All the Facts of His Late Marriage to Miss Smith, of Brooklyn, and the Causes of Her Death.New York: John F. Feeks, 1848.
Hallett, Benjamin F. An Exposure of the Misrepresentations Contained in a Professed Report of the Trial of Mr. John N. Maffitt, before a Council of Ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Convened in Boston, December 26, 1822.Boston, n.p., 1823.
Report of the Trial of Mr. John Maffitt, before a Council of Ministers, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Convened in Boston, December 26, 1823. Boston: True & Green, 1823.
Trial: Commonwealth vs. J. T. Buckingham, on an Indictment for a Libel, before the Municipal Court, City of Boston, December Term, 1822. Boston: New-England Galaxy, 1822.
Drake, W. E. The False Prophet! The Very Interesting and Remarkable Trial of Matthiasfor the Murder of Mr. Elijah Pierson.New York: W. Mitchell, 1835.
Drake, W. E. The Prophet! A Full and Accurate Report of the Judicial Proceedings in the Extraordinary and Highly Interesting Case of Matthews, alias Matthias, Charged with Having Swindled Mr. B. H. Folger, of the City of New-York, Out of a Considerable Property. New York: n.p., 1834.
Memoirs of Matthias the Prophet, with a Full Exposure of His Atrocious Impositions, and of the Degrading Delusions of His Followers. New York: New York Sun, 1835.
Stone, William Leete. Matthias and His Impostures; or, the Progress of Fanaticism, Illustrated in the Extraordinary Case of Robert Matthews and Some of His Forerunners and Disciples. New York: n.p., 1835.
Vale, G. Fanaticism; Its Source and Influence, Illustrated by the Simple Narrative of Isabella, in the Case of MatthiasA Reply to W. L. Stone. New York: n.p., 1835.
History of the Preliminary Proceedings of the Third Presbytery, in the Case of Rev. J. R. McDowall, including the Charges, Specifications, Sentence, &c. New York: New York Observer, 1836.
Decisions of the Council in the Trial of Rev. W. P. Merrill, Pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church, in Portland.Portland, Maine: Brown, Thurston, 1861.
Onderdonk, Benjamin Treadwell
An Appeal from the Sentence of the Bishop of New York: In Behalf of His Diocese.New York: James A. Sparks, 1845.
An Examination of the Proceedings on the Presentment, Trial, and Sentence of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D.D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New-York. n.p., n.d. [produced by the editor of The Churchman, the diocesan publication].
Jay, John. Facts Connected with the Presentment of Bishop Onderdonk: A Reply to Parts of the Bishop's Statement. New York: Stanford & Swords, 1845.
Onderdonk, Benjamin T. Bishop Onderdonk's Statement. New York: Henry Onderdonk, 1845.
The Proceedings of the Court Convened under the Third Canon of 1844, in the City of New Yorkfor the Trial of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk.New York: D. Appleton, 1845.
Review of the Trial of Bishop Onderdonk. Buffalo, N.Y.: Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, 1845.
Richmond, James C. The Conspiracy against the Late Bishop of New York Unravelled. New York: n.p., 1845.
Trapier, Paul. Narrative of Facts in the Presentment of the Rt. Rev. Benj. T. Onderdonk, Bishop of New-York. New York: Stanford & Swords, 1845.
Sampson, William. Trial of Mr. William Parkinson, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in the City of New-York on an Indictment of Assault & Battery upon Mrs. Eliza Wintringham. New York: Bargin & Thompson, 1811.
Potter, Ray. Admonitions from “The Depths of the Earth”: or, the Fall of Ray Potter in Twenty-Four Letters. Pawtucket, R.I.: n.p., 1838.
Potter, Ray. Confession of the Rev. Ray Potter. Pawtucket, R.I. [?]: n.p., 1837. Broadside Collection, American Antiquarian Society.
The Documents in the Case of James Richards. New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1860.
Rogers, Ammi. Memoirs of the Rev. Ammi Rogers A.M. a Clergyman of the Episcopal Church, Educated at Yale College in Connecticut, Ordained in Trinity Church in the (p.267) City of New-York, Persecuted in the State of Connecticut, on account of Religion and Politics, for Almost Twenty Years; and Finally Falsely Accused and Imprisoned in Norwich Jail, for Two Years, on the Charge of Crimes Said to Have Been Committed in the Town of Griswold, in the County of New-London, When He Was Not within About One Hundred Miles of the Place, and Which He Was Absolutely as Innocent as the Judge Who Pronounced the Sentence, or as Any Other Person in the World. 6th ed. Troy, NY: Printed for the Author, 1834.
Extraordinary Trial of the Rev. John Seys, Pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist Episcopal Church, New-York City, for an Alleged Assault and Battery on Mrs. Elizabeth Cram; with His Portrait and Biographical Sketch. 2nd ed. New York: n.p., 1847.
Trial of Elder Eleazar Sherman, before an Ecclesiastical Council, Held at the Meetinghouse of the Christian Society in Providence, July 20 and 21, 1835. Providence, R.I.: H. H. Brown, 1835.
Review of the Case of Moses Thacher versus Preston Pond, in Charging the Plaintiff with Crime of Adultery; including Letters of Mrs. Jerusha M. Pond, the Main Witness in the Defence. Boston: Printed for the Plaintiff, 1838.
Van Zandt, George Washington
Report of the Trial of the Rev. Mr. Van Zandt, Rector of Grace Church, Rochester, N.Y. for the Seduction of Miss Sophia Murdock, a Young and Beautiful Member of His Church. Philadelphia: n.p., 1842.
Van Zandt, Washington. An Appeal by the Reverend Washington Van Zandt, Late Rector of Grace Church, Rochester. Auburn, N.Y.: Henry Oliphant, 1843.
Drapier, A. E. Trial of Romain Weinzoepflen, Catholic Priest of Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, on a Charge of Rape Preferred by Mrs. Anna Maria Schmoll.Louisville, Ky.: W. N. Haldeman & B. J. Webb, 1844.
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Whittlesey, John. An Authentic Account of the Persecutions and Trials of the Rev. John Whittlesey, of Salem, Connecticut, Late Ordained Elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church.New York: n.p., 1845.
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Alexander, Archibald. Practical Sermons; to Be Read in Families and Social Meetings. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1850.
Bacon, Leonard. “Inaugural Sermon, March 13, 1825, from the Text II Cor., ii 16—`Who Is Sufficient for These Things?'” In Leonard Bacon: Pastor of the First Church in New Haven. Edited by H.C. Kingley, Leonard J. Sanford, and Thos. R. Trowbridge Jr. New Haven: n.p., 1882.
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