The Trial at Large Between James Annesley, Esq; And the Right Honourable the Earl of Anglesea. Before the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland; Begun on the 11th of Nov. 1743, and Continued by Adjournments to the 25th of the Same Month.
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Reading: printed by D. Henry, and sold by Mr. Blackman, Mr Prior and Mr Holloway, booksellers in Winchester, Mr Wise, bookseller, at Newport in the Isle of Wight, and by the persons, who carry the Reading and Winchester Journals, . 372p.; 4