The trial of Joseph [i.e. Josiah] Phillips for a libel on the Duke of Cumberland :
and the proceedings previous thereto arising out of the suicide of Sellis in 1810 /
from the short-hand notes of Mr. Gurney ; to which is added, in an appendix, the republication of the pamphlet (out of print), called "A minute detail of the attempt to assassinate the Duke of Cumberland."
|Main Creator:||Phillips, Josiah, defendant.|
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London : J. Hatchard and Son, 1833.
Criminal libel trial.
First issue, with wrong Christian name for Phillips on title page; text refers to him as Josiah throughout. Later issues have corrected title page.
Signatures: [A]p2s B-Ip4s Kp2s
"A minute detail of the attempt to assassinate His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland : and of the facts, circumstances, and testimonies, of numerous persons relating to that event; in a letter to W.I., Esq. Preceded by the depositions before the chief magistrate of the police and the coroner. With a plan of the Duke's apartments in St. James's Palace": p. -130.
McCoy copy, acquired from the library of Judge Samuel Seabury, lacks plan.
Physical description: , 131 p.,  folded leaf of plates : plans ; 21 cm.
Citations/References: McCoy, R.E. Freedom (suppl.), 1P123
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