The Trial of John Horne Tooke for High Treason: At the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, on Monday the Seventeenth, Tuesday the Eighteenth, Wednesday the Nineteenth, Thursday the Twentieth, Friday the Twenty-first and Saturday the Twenty-second of November, 1794, Volume 2
Martha Gurney, Bookseller, 1795 - Trials (Treason)
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