Forgery unmasked :
or, genuine memoirs of the two unfortunate brothers, Rob. and Daniel Perreau, and Mrs. Rudd. Containing, a number of curious and interesting particulars, ... Together with a full and circumstantial account of their examinations before Sir John Fielding, and the other magistrates; ...
|Main Creator:||Fielding, John, Sir, 1721-1780.|
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London : printed for A. Grant; and sold by all the booksellers and news-carriers in town and country, [1775?]
In fact attributed to Sir John Fielding.
A vol. formed by binding together 5 pamphlets relating to the case of D. and R. Perreau as follows: . Mr. D. Perreau's narrative of his unhappy case ... together with his defence / published by himself. T. Evans, 1775. (4, 96 p. ; 8vo) -- . Facts, or, A ... narrative of the case of Mrs. Rudd / published from her own manuscript ... In which, the particular transactions of Messrs. Perreaus ; the ... conversations ... of Mr. H-- D-- [i.e. Henry Drummond] : the impartial view of the character of Colonel-- [i.e. Kendal] ... will be ... related ... T. Bell, n.d. . (8, 90 p. ; 8vo) -- . Observations on the trial of Mr. R. Perreau : with Mr. Perreau's defence ... in which many ... omissions ... are supplied ... an address to the jury ... the whole prefaced with correspondence between the author & Mrs. R. Perreau. S. Bladon, 1775. (8, 66 p. ; 8vo) -- . A letter to the Right Hon. Earl of Suffolk, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state : in which the innocnce of R. Perreau is demonstrated / [signed Marcellus]. T. Hookham, 1775. (, 44 p. ; 8vo).
Physical description: 48 p.,plate ; 8vo
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