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Verfasser:Wise, Edward
Titel:¬The¬ remarkable tryal of Thomas Chandler
Titelzusatz:late of Clifford's Inn, London, gent. who was tried and convicted at the Lent assizes at Reading, 1750, before Mr. Baron Clive, for wilful and corrupt Perjury, in swearing that he was robbed of fifteen Bank Notes of the Value of 960l. 5 Guineas in Gold, 20 s. and upwards in Silver, and a Silver Watch, on the 24th of March 1747, between Hare-Hatch and Twyford in Berkshire, in the Road to Reading, by Three Men on Foot. To which is added, (at the Request of the High Sheriff and Grand Jury of the County of Berks,) an introductory account of the life of the said Mr. Chandler, From the Time of his going Clerk to an Attorney, to the Time of his Conviction, and of the several Steps taken by the Prosecutors in order to bring him to Justice. Containing, (amongst many other Particulars) I. His being put Clerk to Mr. Banks, and his Marriage with his Master's Maid in the Fleet. II. His being turned over to Mr. Hill, and his artful Deception of his Master and Father in order to raise 1000 l. III. His Method of getting Security for the 1000 l. in Wilts, and his pretending to be robbed of the fifteen Bank Notes, &c. as he was going down with them. IV. His circulating three of the Bank Notes in London soon after the pretended Robbery. V. His Manner of suing the Hundred of Sonning, and recovering a Verdict at the ensuing Assizes at Abingdon for 975 l. VI. Remarks on his Case, and on the Tryal, and Point of Law reserved, whereby the Verdict was afterwards set aside. Vii. His getting a Protection from Lord W-by de B-k, and absconding soon after the Tryal to Colchester, and keeping an Inn there. Viii. His going from Colchester to Holland, and selling the remaining twelve Notes, by the Name of John Smith. IX. The extraordinary Manner in which he was pursued through the County of Suffolk, occasioned by an artful Direction of his Letters. X. His removing from Colchester to Coventry, and keeping another Inn there. XI. His being taken at Coventry by a Judge's Warrant, on a Bill of Indictment for Perjury being found against him. By Edward Wise, gent. Attorney at law at Wokingham, Berks
Verlagsort:Reading
Verlag:printed and sold by C. Micklewright: sold also by J. Newbery, [London] at the Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Churchyard; and bny all Booksellers and Pamphlet-Sellers in Town and Country
Jahr:1751
Umfang:Online-Ressource ([2],68p)
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Fussnoten:Braces in imprint. - English Short Title Catalog, T46738. - Price from imprint: Price 1 s. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Roscoe, A635
ErscheinungsAng:Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:[1751]
Datenträger:Online-Ressource
Sprache:eng
(Sekundärform):Online-Ausg.
(Ort):Farmington Hills, Mich
(Verlag):Cengage Gale
(E-Jahr):2009
SWB-PPN:805222006
 
 
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