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Author Ashley, James.

Title 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, on a warrant issued out against him for perjury. II. His trial, and conviction of a capital misdemeanor, last Lent-Assizes, held at Chelmsford for the county of Essex. III. His second trial, at the subsequent assizes, for the same offence, and surprising acquittal. IV An action brought, and the cruel verdict obtained, against the said James Ashley, and others : interspersed throughout with many very uncommon particulars : to which is prefixed, a curious print of the person and dress of the said Henry Simons
Published London : Printed for, and published by, the appellant, 1753
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 2 unnumbered pages, 46 pages) : portrait
Series Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926
Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926
Notes Reproduction of the original from Harvard Law School Library
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Subject Jews -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Trials (Perjury) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Form Electronic book
Author Simons, Henry (Merchant)
Great Britain. Assizes (Essex)