Dover corporation laws made known to the lovers of justice

Publication Date1800
Remainderin a case of the utmost importance. The trial of Mr. Savill, linen-draper, Margate, who was falsely and maliciously charged with assaulting Mary Bayly, with Intent her carnally to know and to abuse, and found guilty, without proof, after proving his innocence, At the Quarter Sessions, Dover, on the 7th of June, 1800. Index. Page 3 Introduction to the case. 4 Examination, &c. before the Mayor. 6 John and Sarah Bayly's wicked Dispositions. 9 The Trial, Case, a List of the Jury, Counsel's Page Pleadings, Savill's Observations, &c. 21 The Corporation's Conduct at the Pillory. 24 The Speech intended to be made. 33 Conclusion of the Case.
Publisherprinted by A. Young, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane; published by Savill, defendant; may be had at No. 10, Holywell Street, Strand; and sold by all Booksellers, &c. in Town and Country


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