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0000 0001 1460 441X
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Hardy, T.
Hardy, Thomas
Hardy, Thomas ((political reformer))
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1752-1832
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Eyre, James Sir, 1734-1799
Great Britain. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex)
Holcroft, Thomas (1745-1809)
London Corresponding Society
Margarot, Maurice -1816
Ramsey, Mr.
Ramsey, William
Sibly, Manoah (1757-1840)
Student of the Inner Temple
Thelwall, John (1764-1834)
Tooke, John Horne (1736-1812)
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Address from the London Corresponding Society to the inhabitants of Great Britain on the subject of a Parliamentary reform
Address of the London Corresponding Society to the other societies of Great Britain united for obtaining a reform in Parliament
Bell's reports at large on the proceedings of the trial of Thomas Hardy, on a charge of high treason.
containing the whole of the proceedings at the Old-Bailey, from October 28, to December 5, 1794.
genuine trial of Thomas Hardy, for high treason, at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, from October 28 to November 5, 1794. ... By Manoah Sibly, short-hand writer to the City of London, The
genuine trial of Thomas Hardy for high treason, The : at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, from October 28 to November 5, 1794 ...
letter of thanks addressed by the London Corresponding Society to Phillip [sic] Francis, Esq., M.P., for his able speech in Parliament on the 10th of April, 1793, upon the Stockbridge election bill together with his answer., A
London Corresponding Society. At a general meeting of the London Corresponding Society ... 1794
Memoir of Thomas Hardy, founder of and secretary to the London Corresponding Society ... 1832.
Mr. Erskine's speech in defence of Mr. Hardy, on a trial for high treason, 1st. November, 1794
proceedings in cases of high treason, The : under a special commission of Oyer and Terminer, which was first opened at Hick's Hall, Oct. 2, 1794 and afterwards continued at the Sessions house in the Old Bailey
Proceedings of the trial of Thomas Hardy, on a charge of high treason
Report of Mr. Erskine's defence of Thomas Hardy. On a charge of high treason, at the Old Bailey Nov. 1, 1794
State trials for high treason : containing the trial of Thomas Hardy : to which is prefixed Lord Chief Justice Eyre's charge to the grand jury ...
State trials for high treason : embellished with portraits ...
Thomas Hardy on a charge of high treason
trial of Mr. Thomas Hardy, for high treason, The : containing the whole proceedings, from the opening of the special commission, the judge's charge to the grand jury, lists of the witnesses, jurors, and the bills of indictment found against Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, John Augustus Bonney, Stewart Kyd, Jeremiah Joyce, Thomas Wardel, Thomas Holcroft, John Richter, Matthew Moore, John Thelwall, Richard Hodgson, John Baxter : together with the arguments of counsel on the part of the Crown and in defence of the prisoner
trial of Thomas Hardy, at the Old Baily, London, for high treason. In which are included the speeches of Lord Chief Justice Eyre, the attorney, and solicitor general on the part of the crown; and of Mr. Erskine and Mr. Gibbs in defence of the prisoner. Commenced on Tuesday, October 25, and ended Wednesday, November 5, 1794., The
trial of Thomas Hardy for high treason, at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey ... November, 1794. ... Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney, The
trial of Thomas Hardy for high treason, The : at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, on Tuesday the twenty-eighth, Wednesday the twenty-ninth, Thursday the thirtieth, Friday the thirty-first of October, and on Saturday the first, Monday the third, Tuesday the fourth, and Wednesday the fifth of November, 1794
trials at large of Thomas Hardy, and others, The ; for high treason, which began on Saturday, October 25, 1794. at the Old Bailey
Trials for high treason : containing the whole of the proceedings at the Old-Bailey, from October 28 to December 5, 1794 : comprising the trials of Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, and John Thelwall : including the examinations of Lord Camden, Duke of Richmond, Lord Fred. Campbell, Earl Stanhope, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Bishop of Gloucester, Major Cartwright, Mr. Sheridan, &c., &c. : with the speeches at length of Mr. Erskine, Mr. Gibbs, the Attorney General, Mr. Serjeant Adair, &c. : and also, the previous proceedings at the Sessions-House, Clerkenwell, and the Old-Bailey
trials for high treason, of Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, John Augustus Bonney, Stewart Kyd, Jeremiah Joyce, Thomas Holcroft, John Richter, John Thelwall, and John Baxter, The : to which are prefixed the Lord President's charge to the grand jury, the proceedings, first at Hick's Hall, and afterward at the Old Bailey, previous to the commencement of Mr. Hardy's trial, and a correct copy of the indictment : also, lists of the petty jurors, and of the witnesses on the part of the Crown
Trials for treason and sedition, 1792-1794
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