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Forensic eloquence. Sketches of trials in Ireland for high treason, etc. Including the speeches of Mr. Curran at length: Accompanied by certain papers illustrating the history and present state of that country.

Curran, John Philpot.

Published by G. Douglas, Baltimore, 1804
From SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) (Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.)

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First edition: Irish law and rhetoric, brought to bear in cases of treason, libel, adultery, and murder. Some relevant historical material is added. 8vo. iv, [2], 40, pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 6317. Recent quarter brown cloth and marbled paper?covered sides, spine with printed paper label. Title-page spotted and creased; title-page with early inked ownership inscription in upper portion and added authorial identification, two trials each with similar inscription in header; one leaf with inscription in outer margin and one likewise in lower margin; one leaf with inscription overlying text. A few early pencilled corrections and annotations. Foxed; some corners creased or chipped. Title-page and last leaf with inner portions repaired. One leaf with short tear from upper margin, not touching text. Bookseller Inventory # 29996

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Title: Forensic eloquence. Sketches of trials in ...

Publisher: G. Douglas, Baltimore

Publication Date: 1804

Edition: 1st Edition

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