A report of speeches of Charles Kendal Bushe . .: in the cases of Edward Sheridan, M.D., and Mr. Thomas Kirwan, merchant, for miademeanors alleged to be committed in violation of the convention act. To which are added, the late charge of the Lord Chief Justice Downes; and the act of Parliament
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