The rights of juries vindicated; in the arguments of The Hon. Thomas Erskine, and W. Welch, Esq. in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, in the case of the King against the Dean of St. Asaph, on Wednesday, November 15, 1784: in support of the motion for a new trial. The second edition. to which is added The Arguments of The Rt. Hon. the E. of Mansfield, Ld. Chief Justice; The Hon. Mr. Justice Willes; and The Hon. Mr. Justice Ashhurst; In delivering the Opinion of the Court the next Day. Taken in short hand by William Blanchard.
- Erskine, Thomas Erskine, Baron, 1750-1823.
- MDCCLXXXV. 
A catalogue of the libraries of Mr. Bishop, of Drayton; Mr. Hitch, of the Six Clerks Office; and Dr. Castle; All lately Deceased: Consisting of about Six Thousand Volumes in Divinity, History, Antiquity, Voyages, Travels, Common and Civil Law, Mathematicks, Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Medals, Poetry, &c. Among many Valuable Books are the following: Ld Clarendon's Hist. 3 vol. L. Pap. Harris's History of Kent. Dart's Canterbury, L. and S. Pap. Scot's History of Scotland. Mercator's Atlas, 2 vol. finely col. Guillim's Heraldry. Romanae Magnitudinis Monument. Roma Subterranea. Le Bruyn's Travels, fine Cuts. Historiae Anglicanae Scrip. 2 vol. Antiquit. Rom. explicatae. Royal Bible, finest Paper, by Basket, at Oxon. 1717. Hammond's Works, 4 vol. Tillotson's Works, 3 vol. Leslie's Works, 2 vol. L. Pap. Beveridge's Works, 2 vol. Hist. Scrip. Iconibus repraesent. N. Testamentum, Millii. Cotelerii Patres Apostolici, 2 tom. Which will begin to be sold very Cheap, (the lowest Price mark'd in each Book) on Monday the 11th of December 1732, at R. Montagu's great Book-Warehouse, at the General Post-Office, the Corner of Great Queen-Street, near Drury-Lane: Where any Gentlemen that have Libraries to dispose of, may be certain of ready Money on the most advantageous Terms, several Booksellers having united, and provided large Warehouses for that purpose. N. B. Such Gentleman as desire it, may, at the said Place, have Catalogues taken, and Books appraised, and sold by publick Auction, or in what manner they please, on very reasonable Conditions. Catalogues to be had at the Place of Sale, and at the following Coffee-Houses; (viz.) Mount's Coffee-House, in Grosvenor-Street, near Hannover-Square; St. James's, in St. James's-Street; Tom's, in Scotland yard; Oliver's, at Westminster-Hall Gate; Slaughter's, in St. Martin's Lane; Squire's, in Fuller's-Rents, near Grays-Inn; Serle's, in Lincolns-Inn; Richards's, by Temple-Bar; and John's, in Birchin-Lane. For the Curious, there are a few printed with the Prices, and sold at 1 s. each, at the Place of Sale; Mrs. Nut's, at the Royal-Exchange; and Mrs. Dodd's, without Temple-Bar.
- Montagu, R. active 1718-1749.