With the circumstances of each fraud, and the names of all the parties injured. The northern hero

Publication Date1786
Remainderbeing a faithful narrative of the life, adventures, and deceptions, of James George Semple, commonly called Major Semple, alias Major Harrold, Major Maxwell, Major Grant, Major Cunningham, Major Winter, &c. &c. &c. With an Account of his Devices at Lord Salisbury's, Sir Thomas Dundass's, and Mr. Pitt's. Also the almost innumerable Inventions by which he obtained Goods of Tradesmen of every Profession, with the Particulars of each Transaction. The Whole supported by indisputable Authority, with the Names of the Persons who were the Objects of his Depredations, and the singular Manner of his Apprehension. Together with an account of his trial, Before Mr. Justice Gould and the Recorder, at th Old Bailey, on Saturday, September 2, for defrauding Mr. John Lycett, Coach-Maker, in Whitechapel, of a post-chaise, value Fifty Guineas, of which the Jury convicted him without going out of Court
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