The CASE Of JOHN HAMILTON, Against Joseph Dickey, Attorney:; Wherein The Abuses of the Law, occasionally hinted at in a Pamphlet lately publish'd, are more amply set forth. John. Hickey Hamilton, Joseph.
The CASE Of JOHN HAMILTON, Against Joseph Dickey, Attorney:; Wherein The Abuses of the Law, occasionally hinted at in a Pamphlet lately publish'd, are more amply set forth.

The CASE Of JOHN HAMILTON, Against Joseph Dickey, Attorney:; Wherein The Abuses of the Law, occasionally hinted at in a Pamphlet lately publish'd, are more amply set forth.

London: Sold by John Hamilton, at his Lodgings at the Glove and Breeches, the Middle of Swallow-Street, near St. James's Church, 1751. 1st Printing. [2], 45, [1 (blank)] pp. Below imprint on title page: "Where may be had, A letter to a gentleman in the country, concerning the acquittal of Mr. Hickey, and the abuses of the law. Price 6d." Half-title present. 8vo: [A]2 B - F4 G2. 7-7/8" x 5". Disbound, now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning, and bit of dust soiling to outer leaves, VG+. Item #48926

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