The trial of Humphrey Finnimore, Esq; (reputed to be worth forty thousand pounds) who was tried at the quarter session holden for the county of Surrey, in the Town-Hall, Southwark, on Thursday the 14th day of January, 1779, and convicted of felony, In stealing of Five Turkies, the Property of Thomas Humphries. With the pleading of the counsel, and the Speeches of the Justices, on the 14th and 15th of January, when the Prisoner's Counsel moved the Court to respite the Sentence. And a copy of the petition presented to His Majesty, signed by the Fifteen Magistrates who were present at the Trial. With an Address to the Person Pardoned, and another to the Reader

Publication Date1779
Publisherprinted for B. White, in Fleet-Street ; and J. Sewel, Cornhill



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