The judgments lately pronounced by the Right Hon. Lord Norbury, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas,
and by Mr. Justice Fletcher on an application made to that Court for a new trial in a cause in which the Hon. Frederick Cavendish was plaintiff, and the Hope Insurance Company of London were defendants : together with the argument of Charles Burton, one of His Majesty's Council at Law, in support of said application, to which is added an appendix containing "The arrogant and nonsensical proclamation" of the jurors who tried said cause, the several letters of the plaintiff addressed to those jurors, requiring them, pursuant to their voluntary undertaking, to "proclaim to the world the indisputable and positive facts and circumstances upon which their verdict was founded," with some hints to "The inquisitors."
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Court of Common Pleas.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin : Printed by A. O'Neil, 1813.
|Edition:||2nd ed., with additions.|
Physical description: vi, 53, 4 p. ; 23 cm.
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|14A 357||Main Reading Room||Books|
|JP 1017||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|
|p 1574||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|