The trial of Richard Hathaway, at Surrey assizes, (begun and held in the borough of Southwark, March the 24th, 1702) upon an information for being a ... to take away the life of Sarah Morduck
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<:sourceLibrary>:Harvard University Law Library
<:Notes>:First published in 1702 as 'The tryal of Richard Hathaway'.
<:imprintFull>:London : printed for R. Griffiths, 1754. <:collation>:92p. : 12°:
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