An authentic report of the interesting trial for a libel, contained in the celebrated poem, called "The nosegay;"
wherein George Evans Bruce, Esq. was plaintiff, and Thomas Grady, Esq. defendant. Tried before the Honorable Serjeant Johnson, and a special jury of the County Limerick, at summer assizes, 1816. Containing the speeches of Messrs. Goold, O'Connell, Burton, and Pennefeather; ...
|Main Creator:||Bruce, George Evans|
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Limerick printed by A.J. Watson, for the editor 
Physical description: vii, , 76 p. 24 cm. (8vo)
In vol. with bookplate of John Edward Walsh
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|Ir 3431 b 4||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|P 1760(12)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|P 630(10)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets||-pp71-76|