An Account of the Trial of Thomas Muir: Esq. Younger, of Huntershill, Before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh. On the 30th and 31st Days of August, 1793, for Sedition, Volume 13
J. Robertson, and sold at his office; and by H. D. Symonds; and James Ridgeway, London, 1793 - 160 pages
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