The genuine speech of the Hon. Mr. ------ at the late trial of Miss Blandy [electronic resource] : Which contains a summary of all the proofs against her; with notes on it's faults, and beauties; and observations on the effects it had on the audience: particularly, the behaviour of Miss Blandy, during the tryal: and some farther discoveries that have been made since, and not printed in any other account
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- Bathurst, Henry Bathurst, Earl, 1714-1794
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- London : Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, MDCCLII. 
- 20p. ; 8⁰.
- Hon. Mr. ------ = Henry Bathurst, Earl Bathurst.
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