The right assumed by the judges to fine a defendant while making his defence in person, denied :
being a shorthand report of the important legal argument of Henry Cooper ... in the King v. Davison; on moving for a new trial. With a preface.
|Main Creator:||Cooper, Henry, barrister-at-law.|
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London : W. Hone, 1821.
Thomas Davison was tried in the Court of King's bench "for publishing and selling blasphemous and seditious libels". Cf. p. 
Physical description: viii, -46 p ; 22 cm. (8vo)
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