The trial of the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Newton

Publication Date1782
RemainderWife of John Newton, Esq; and Daughter of the Right Honourable and Reverend Lord Francis Seymour; at the Consistory Court of Doctor's commons; upon a libel and allegations, Charging her with the Crime of adultery, with Mr. Isham Baggs, a young Oxonian; Mr. Brett, a Player at Bath; Thomas Cope, Mrs. Newton's Coachman; Isaac Hatheway, her Footman; John Ackland, of Fairfield, in the County of Somerset, Esquire; and divers other Persons. With all the interesting Scenes fully, minutely, and circumstantially displayed. Containing the Whole of the Evidence in that very Extraordinay trial
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