Achilli v. Newman.
An action for libel, tried in the Court of Queen's Bench, Westminster, before Lord Campbell and a special jury, on June 22nd, 1852, and following days. /
With an introductory preface and notes by Philip Dixon Hardy ... clearly demonstrating the abominations of the confessional - and that, generally speaking, convents and nunneries are mere nurseries of debauchery and crime. ... Second thousand..
|Main Creator:||Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890|
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Dublin: : London: : Philip Dixon Hardy and Sons, 23 Upper Sackville-street. ; 
R.B. Blackader, Paternoster-row.,
Trial for criminal libel. Achilli, who had been lecturing on the sexual immorality of the Catholic clergy, accused Newman of libeling him in an article that charged Achilli with immorality and debauchery.
Physical description: [i-iii] iv-ix, ,  2-112 p.,  leaf of plates : port. ; 19 cm.
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