Account of the extraordinary and shocking case of George Mathews, who was capitally convicted at the Old Bailey, in February, 1818, on a false charge of robbing his master, Colonel Whaley :
and afterwards, through the benevolent influence of Mr. Alderman Wood, the Hon. Mr. Bennet, [et al.], pardoned by the Prince Regent, on the clearest proofs being given of his innocence ; containing a report of the trial of Mathews ; a sketch of his life ; his memorial to the Prince Regnet ; Colonel Whaley's answer : remarks thereon : and Mr. Harmer's letter, explaining his reasons for assisting in the development, and obtaining a pardon for Mathews.
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London : Pub. for the benefit of G. Mathews,, 1819.
"The greater part of the statements contained in the following pages have appeared in several numbers of... Bell's weekly dispatch." -- Pref.
Physical description: 95 p. ; 23 cm.
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