The Genuine Trial of John Motherill

The Genuine Trial of John Motherill

(more Generally Known by the Name of the Brighthelmstone Taylor;) for A Rape on the Body of Miss Catharine Wade, Daughter of Mr. Wade, Master of the Ceremonies at Brighthelmstone; At the Assizes Held at East Grimstead, Before Mr. Justice Ashurst, For the County of Sussex. On Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786. Together With the Pleadings of the Counsel on That Very Extraordinary Trial. Taken in Short Hand by Mr. Wilkinson

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Randall, No. 116, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-street, [1786]
Characteristics: 15,[1]p. ; 40

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