Thoughts in prison; :
in five parts, viz. the imprisonment, the retrospect, public punishment, the trial, futurity. /
By William Dodd ... ; To which are added, his last prayer, the convict's address to his unhappy brethren; and other miscellaneous pieces. ; With some account of the author.
|Main Creator:||Dodd, William, 1729-1777.|
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Chiswick : Printed at the Chiswick Press, by C. Whittingham. : 1818.
Sold by R. Jennings, Poultry; T. Tegg, Cheapside, London; and J. Sutherland, Edinburgh.,
Place of publication supplied from added t.p., engraved, with imprint: Cheswick [!], Printed C. Whittingham, sold by R. Jennings, A.K. Newman & Co. T. Tegg, & J. Bumpus, London & J. Sutherland, Edinburgh.
"The convict's address to his unhappy brethren" (p. -130) was written by Samuel Johnson.--Cf. Courtney, W.P. Samuel Johnson, p. 128-129.
Physical description: xviii, , 148 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 14 cm.
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