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site that is both well-designed and easy to navigate. It covers the proceedings of the Old Bailey from 1674 to 1834 in a searchable database containing accounts of more than 100,000 trials. There is a transcript for each trial but you also have the option to see the original documents which are presented as GIF images, so you can check the details for yourself. You can search the database using a number of options including keywords, dates, people and place names, crimes, verdicts and so on. There is also an interesting section on the Old Bailey and proceedings history.
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