A letter from Charles Phillips, Esq. to the editor of the Edinburgh Review, in defence of his speech in Guthrie v. Sterne, for adultery :
to which is prefixed, the critique, verbatim, on Mr. Phillips's speech, from the Edinburgh Review, No. L., with a preface.
|Main Creator:||Phillips, Charles, 1787?-1859|
Phillips' letter of January 2, 1816 in defence of his speech at the Guthrie v. Sterne trial, prefaced by a reprint of the critique on his speech.
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London : printed for W. Hone, 1816.
|Edition:||Fourth edition enlarged.|
Caption title: The entire article, entitled "Irish Eloquence;" being the critique verbatim on Mr. Phillips's speech, from the Edinburgh Review, No. L.
Caption title: Preface to the letter.
Caption title: A letter, from Charles Phillips, Esq. &c.
On verso of t.p. and p. 16: Printed by James Swan, 76, Fleet Street, London.
Formerly in the personal collection of Anne and F.G. Renier.
Physical description: 16 p. ; 22 cm.
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