The trial of unfortunate Byrne (late coachman to the Hon. John Jocelyn) at the suit of the present and absent Bishop of Clogher :
before the Commission at the Sessions-House, Green-Street, October 28, 1811, for accusing His Lordship of endeavouring to seduce him to commit an unnatural crime : in which are given the splendid speech of Mr. Bushe, Solicitor-General and counsel on the part of the prosecution, together with the charge of Judge Day and the luminous admonitory and rebuking sentence passed by Mr. Justice Fox : to which is annexed the opinion of that great political writer Mr. Cobbett, on the late abominable and disgusting transaction.
|Main Creator:||Byrne, James, coachman.|
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Dublin : [s.n., 1811]
Physical description: 23 p. ; 21 cm.
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|JP 3531||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|