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Famous trials of the century : Weare and Thurtell, the Burke and Hare Case, the Queen against Courveiser, Barber's case, the Queen against Madeleine Smith, the road mystery, the Queen against Pritchard, the Tichborne case / by J.B. Atlay
Bib ID 788982
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Atlay, J. B. (James Beresford), 1860-1912, author
 
Printer T. and A. Constable
Description London : Grant Richards, 1899 
xi, 393 pages, 2 unnumbered plates of leaves : portraits ; 20 cm 
Series

Grant Richards's Indian and colonial library.

Notes

National Library's SR copy has a bookplate on verso front cover, Ex-librio G. & N. Ingleton.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 6174.

Subjects Trials.  |  Australian

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