Trial of Francis Graham :
one of the justices of peace for the county of Dublin, for attempting to suborn Joseph Corbally, taylor, to swear that A. Hamilton Rowan, and J. Napper Tandy, Esqrs. were at the head of the defenders, &c.
|Main Creator:||Graham, Francis, Justice of the Peace for Co. Dublin.|
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Drop-head title on first page of text: King's Bench. Tuesday, July 9, 1793; the last date mentioned in the work is 1794 (MH-L).
With: "Trial [Jan. 16, 1794] of Joseph Corbally, accused of perjury, in swearing before Mr. Justice Wilson, that Mr. Justice Graham had attempted to suborn him to swear that A. Hamilton Rowan, and J. Napper Tandy, Esqrs. were at the head of the Defenders, &c."].
Physical description: 90 p. ; 12⁰.
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