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The trial of John Frost for seditious words : in Hilary term, 1793

Title
The trial of John Frost for seditious words : in Hilary term, 1793 / taken in short hand by Ramsey.
Author
Frost, John, 1750-1842.
Publication
London : Printed for J. Ridgway ... and H.D. Symonds ..., 1794.

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Additional Authors
Description
[4], 54, [2] p.; 21 cm. (8vo)
Subject
Note
  • Caption title: The trial, &c., Easter term, 33 Geo. III, the king against John Frost : copy of indictment of Hilary term, in the 33d year of the reign of King George the Third.
  • Signatures: [A]² B-H⁴
  • Frost, a lawyer, was brought to trial for shouting in a coffee house that the English constitution was bad and that he favored having no kings. He was found guilty of seditious libel despite the eloquent defense of Thomas Erskine.
Indexed In (note)
  • McCoy, R.E. Freedom,
Call Number
*IDS p.v. 44, no. 10
Author
Frost, John, 1750-1842.
Title
The trial of John Frost for seditious words : in Hilary term, 1793 / taken in short hand by Ramsey.
Imprint
London : Printed for J. Ridgway ... and H.D. Symonds ..., 1794.
Indexed In:
McCoy, R.E. Freedom, addendum ⁰F31
Added Author
Erskine, Thomas Erskine, Baron, 1750-1823.
Beale Shorthand Collection.
Research Call Number
*IDS p.v. 44, no. 10
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