When the 'speedy trial' amendment was written, how long did trials usually take?

When the 'speedy trial' amendment was written, how long did trials usually take?

The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution promises "the right to a speedy and public trial," to prevent the accused from being held without a conviction for a long pretrial period. What would have been considered a reasonable length of time for a trial in the early United States at the time this amendment was written?

Also, how long did appeals and civil cases take?