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The trial (at large) of James Hill; otherwise James Hind; otherwise, James Actzen: for feloniously, wilfully, and maliciously, setting fire to the rope-house, in His Majesty's dock-yard at Portsmouth. Tried at the Assize, at Winchester, on Thursday, March 6, 1777. Before the honorable Sir William Henry Ashhurst, knt. ... and Sir Beaumont Hotham, knt. ... / Taken in short-hand ... by Joseph Gurney. And published by permission of the judges.

Aitken, James, 1752-1777.
Date
[1777?]

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Publication/Creation

[London] : [Sold by G. Kearsley and Martha Gurney], [1777?]

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40 pages ; (folio)

Notes

Trial of James Aitken for an attempt to burn the naval stores and shipping at Portsmouth, in the interest of the American revolutionists.
Copy 1 Note: T.p. and last leaf wanting. Bound with: Coke, A., and Woodburne, J. The tryal and condemnation of Arundel Coke ... and of John Woodburne. 1722. X14302

Publications note

Adams, 77-8
ESTC T88542

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  • English


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