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The genuine trial between the Rt. Hon. Geo. Onslow, Esq; and the Rev. Mr. John Horne, tried at Guildford the 1st of August, 1770, before the Right Honourable Lord Mansfield. For printing two libels against, and speaking defamatory words of, George Onslow, Esq; one of the Representatives for the County of Surry. Together With The Libels, and all the Letters that passed relative to this Affair. Taken down in short hand.

Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812.
Date
[1770]
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London : printed for J. Williams, No. 38, Fleet-Street, and J. Godwin, at Shakespear's Monument, near the New-Church, in the Strand, [1770]

Physical description

[3],6-42,[2]p. ; 8⁰.

Publications note

ESTC N1863

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  • English


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