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. English: Fleuron from book: A true narrative of the proceedings, with general remarks on the evidence given upon the memorable trials of Mary Squires, and Elizabeth Canning; the latter of which received sentence of transportation for perjury, on Thursday May 30, with a list of the gentlemen for and against the mitigation of the sentence. Fully explaining The many Absurdities, Inconsistencies, and Contradictions in the Depositions of the Witnesses. The Acquittal of the Abbotsbury Men from the Charge of Perjury; with Counsellor Davy's Speech on that Occasion. The Whole Course of this mysteriou

. English: Fleuron from book: A true narrative of the proceedings, with general remarks on the evidence given upon the memorable trials of Mary Squires, and Elizabeth Canning; the latter of which received sentence of transportation for perjury, on Thursday May 30, with a list of the gentlemen for and against the mitigation of the sentence. Fully explaining The many Absurdities, Inconsistencies, and Contradictions in the Depositions of the Witnesses. The Acquittal of the Abbotsbury Men from the Charge of Perjury; with Counsellor Davy's Speech on that Occasion. The Whole Course of this mysteriou Stock Photo
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. English: Fleuron from book: A true narrative of the proceedings, with general remarks on the evidence given upon the memorable trials of Mary Squires, and Elizabeth Canning; the latter of which received sentence of transportation for perjury, on Thursday May 30, with a list of the gentlemen for and against the mitigation of the sentence. Fully explaining The many Absurdities, Inconsistencies, and Contradictions in the Depositions of the Witnesses. The Acquittal of the Abbotsbury Men from the Charge of Perjury; with Counsellor Davy's Speech on that Occasion. The Whole Course of this mysterious Affair traced from its Original, and set in a true Light. Impartially considered by a lover of truth. To which is prefixed, the effigies of Mary Squires, and Elizabeth Canning. 240 A true narrative of the proceedings Fleuron N014154-3