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case and appeal of James Ashley of Bread-Street, London

James Ashley

case and appeal of James Ashley of Bread-Street, London

addressed to the publick in general. In relation to I. The apprehending Henry Simons, the Polish Jew, on a warrant issued out against him for perjury. II. His trial, and conviction of a capital misdemeanor... III. His second trial... and surprising acquittal. IV. An action brought, and the cruel verdict obtained, against the said James Ashley, [et al.].

by James Ashley

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Published by Printed for, and published by, the appellant in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Simons, Henry.

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    ContributionsAshley, James.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13812665M


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The case and appeal of James Ashley of Bread-Street, London addressed to the publick in general: in relation to I. The apprehending Henry Simons, the Polish Jew II. His trial, and conviction of a capital misdemeanor III. His second trial and surprising acquittal, IV. The case and appeal of James Ashley of Bread-Street, London: addressed to the publick in general: in relation to I.

The apprehending Henry Simons, the Polish Jew. The case and appeal of James Ashley of Bread-Street, London: addressed to the publick in general.

In relation to I. The apprehending Henry Simons, IV. An action Author: James Ashley. An action brought, and the cruel verdict obtained, against the said James Ashley to which is prefixed, a curious print of the person and dress of the said Henry Simons.

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