The trial of george Gordon, esquire: commonly called Lord George Gordon, for high treason at the bar of the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. 4th ed. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney (Google eBook)
Sold by G. Kearsly and M. Gurney, 1781 - Law - 65 pages
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