Trial of Henry Fauntleroy and other famous trials for forgery

Main Author: Fauntleroy, Henry
Other Authors: Bleackley, Horace William
Format: eBook
Published: Edinburgh W. Hodge 1924, [1924]
Series:Notable British trials series
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Collection: Making of Modern Law / Legal Treatises - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:"Appendix IV. Other famous forgeries: John Ayliffe, 1759. John Rice, 1763. Daniel and Robert Perreau, 1776. Dr. William Dodd, 1777. William Wynne Ryland, 1783. Henry Weston, 1796. Henry Cock, 1802. John Hadfield, 1803. Joseph Blackburn, 1815. Some famous forgeries from the execution of Henry Fauntleroy in 1824 to abolition of the death penalty in 1837; Henry Savary, 1825. Captain John Montgomery, 1828. Joseph Hunton, 1828. Rowland Stephenson, 1828. Thomas Maynard, 1829."--P. 156-241. - Includes bibliographical references. - Includes index. - RLIN, CTRG98-B3028. - Reproduction of original from Yale Law School Library. - Trial at the Old Bailey, London, October, 1924 for forgery
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