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Libel -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800
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A character of the Lord Burghley, lord high treasurer of England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth: represented in certain observations, made by Francis Bacon Esq; on a libel, published against the Queen, the state, and his lordship, in the year 1592. Which observations were inserted by Dr. Rawley, in the resuscitatio of some of the Lord Bacon's works, printed in the year 1657. ...
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626
London : Printed for W. Bickerton, at the Lord Bacon's Head, without Temple-Bar, 1731
1731
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The correspondence between Sir Thomas Beevor, and Major Money relative to a libel, left by a butcher with the publisher of The Bury paper
Beevor, Thomas, Sir, 1726-1814
Norwich : [s.n.], Printed in the year M,DCC,LXXXVII. [1787]
1787
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In the House of Lords Mrs. Helen Douglas, spouse of James Baillie, of Olivebank, Esq. and him for his interest appellants Mrs. Elizabeth Chalmers, widow of the deceased, Archibald Scott, Surgeon, in Musselburgh. Respondent. Appellants case
Douglas, Helen, Mrs
[London : s.n., 1785]
1785
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