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Title The Trials with the defences at large of Mrs. Jane Carlile, Mary Ann Carlile, William Holmes, John Barkley, Humphrey Boyle, Joseph Rhodes, Mrs. Wright, William Tunbridge, James Watson, William Campion, Thomas Jefferies, Richard Hassell, William Haley, John Clarke, William Cochrane and Thomas Riley Perry [electronic resource] : being the persons who were prosecuted for selling the publications of Richard Carlile in his various shops.

Published London : R. Carlile, 1825.

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Physical description 32 p. : chart.
Notes Reproduction of the original from Harvard Law School Library.
With: Bridge-street banditti, versus the press : report of the trial of Mary-Anne Carlile, for publishing a new-year's address to the reformers of Great Britain, written by Richard Carlile at the instance of the Constitutional Association, before Mr. Justice Best, and a special jury, at the Court of King's Bench, GuildHall, London, July 24, 1821 : with noble and effectual speech of Mr. Cooper in defence, at large. London : R. Carlile, 1821.
With: Second edition of a New-Year's address to the reformers of Great Britain. [London : s.n., 1825].
With: Suppressed defence : the defence Mary-Anne Carlile, to the Vice Society's indictment, against the appendix to the theological works of Thomas Paine, which defence was suppressed by Mr. Justice Best, almost at its commencement, and on the propriety of which suppression, the public, as the highest tribunal, is now appealed to and called upon to judge between the defendant, her prosecutors, and her judge : with a report of the proceedings before the defence was suppressed. London : R. Carlile, 1821.
With: Report of the trial of William Vamplew Holmes, (one of Mr. Carlile's shopmen) on a charge of sedition and blasphemy, before thre Common Serjeant and a London jury, at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, March 1st, 1822 : with the proceedings before trial, and the whole of the defence. London : R. Carlile, 1824.
With: Report of the trial of John Barkley, (one of the shop-men of Richard Carlile), prosecuted by the Constitutional Association for publishing a seditious and blasphemous libel. London : Printed by R. and A. Taylor, and published by Effingham Wilson, 1822.
With: Report of the trial of Humphrey Boyle, indicted at the instance of the Constitutional Association, as "A man with name unknown," for publishing an alledged blasphemous and seditious libel, as one of the shopmen of Mr. Carlile, which took place before Mr. Common Sergeant Denman, and a common jury, at the Old Bailey Sessions House, on the 27th of May, 1822 : with a narrative of the proceedings against the defendant before trial : to which is attached, the trial of Joseph Rhodes, under the name of Wm. Holmes, as forced upon him, for publishing a copy of the same pamphlet. London : Printed by R. Calile, and published at the Koran Society's office, 1822.
With: Report of the trial of Mrs. Susannah Wright, for publishing, in his shop, the writings and correspondences of R. Carlile, before Chief Justice Abbott, and a special jury, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, London, on Monday, Jully, 1822 : indictment at the instance of the Society for the Suppression of Vice. London : R. Carlile, 1822.
With: Report of the trial of Humphrey Boyle, indicted at the instance of the Constitutional Association, as "A man with name unknown," for publishing an alledged blasphemous and seditious libel, as one of the shopmen of Mr. Carlile, which took place before Mr. Common Sergeant Denman, and a common jury, at the Old Bailey Sessions House, on the 27th of May, 1822 : with a narrative of the proceedings against the defendant before trial : to which is attached, the trial of Joseph Rhodes, under the name of Wm. Holmes, as forced upon him, for publishing a copy of the same pamphlet. [London : s.n., 1822].
With: A report of the proceedings, in the mock trial of an information, exhibited ex-officio by King's Attorney General William Tunbridge, for the publication of a book called "Palmer's principles of nature." as an alleged blasphemous libel upon the Christian religion, and the holy scriptures of the Jews and Christians, before a packed jury and Lord Chief Justice Abbott, in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Monday, the 20th of January, to which is added the whole of the suppressed part, of the defendant's defence, and the proceedings in the court at Westminster on receivings its sentence, on Thursday the sixth of February 1823 : second edition. London : R. Carlile, 1825.
With: A report of the trial of James Watson, for having sold a copy of Palmer's principles of nature, at the shop of Mr. Carlile, 201, Strand, tried at the Clerkenwell Sessions House, at the adjourned sessions for the county of Middleset, on the 24th day of april, 1823, before Mr. Const, as chairman, and a common jury. London : R. Carlile, 1825.
With: The reports of the trials of William Campion, Thomas Jefferies, Richard Hassell, John Clarke, William Haley, William Cochrane, and others, for the sale of Anti Christian publications in the shop of Richard Carlile, 84, Fleet Street, London : tried at the Old Bailey Sessions, for June, 1824, before Newman Knowlys, the recorder, and common juries. London : R. Carlile, 1824.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2007 miunns
Other author Carlile, Jane.
Great Britain. Court of King's Bench.
Subject Carlile, Jane -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Carlile, Mary Anne -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Perry, Thomas Riley -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Boyle, Humphrey -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Barkley, John -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Rhodes, Joseph -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Tunbridge, William -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Campion, William -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Hassell, Richard -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Holmes, William -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Carlile, Richard, 1790-1843.
Trials (Seditious libel) -- Great Britain.
Trials (Blasphemy) -- Great Britain.
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain.