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An Interesting Address to the Independent Part of the People of England, On Libels, And the Unconstitutional Mode of Prosecution by Information Ex Officio, Practised by the Attorney General : With a View of the Case of John Horne, Esq., And a Candid Refutation of the Doctrine of Informations, As Laid Down in Blackstone's Commentaries : Dedicated to All the Gentlemen of the Law, Very Useful for Those Worthy Englishmen Who Glory in Trial by Jury

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Title: An Interesting Address to the Independent Part of the People of England, On Libels, And the Unconstitutional Mode of Prosecution by Information Ex Officio, Practised by the Attorney General : With a View of the Case of John Horne, Esq., And a Candid Refutation of the Doctrine of Informations, As Laid Down in Blackstone's Commentaries : Dedicated to All the Gentlemen of the Law, Very Useful for Those Worthy Englishmen Who Glory in Trial by Jury  
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Language: English
Subject: Tooke, John Horne, 1736-1812, Trials (Libel), Informations
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1777
Publisher: London : Printed for H. Kearsly

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An Interesting Address to the Independent Part of the People of England, On Libels, And the Unconstitutional Mode of Prosecution by Information Ex Officio, Practised by the Attorney General : With a View of the Case of John Horne, Esq., And a Candid Refutation of the Doctrine of Informations, As Laid Down in Blackstone's Commentaries : Dedicated to All the Gentlemen of the Law, Very Useful for Those Worthy Englishmen Who Glory in Trial by Jury. (1777). An Interesting Address to the Independent Part of the People of England, On Libels, And the Unconstitutional Mode of Prosecution by Information Ex Officio, Practised by the Attorney General : With a View of the Case of John Horne, Esq., And a Candid Refutation of the Doctrine of Informations, As Laid Down in Blackstone's Commentaries : Dedicated to All the Gentlemen of the Law, Very Useful for Those Worthy Englishmen Who Glory in Trial by Jury. Retrieved from http://www.worldebooklibrary.com/


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