Genuine memoirs of the life of John Graham, A.M. (late of the University of Glasgow, and sometime master of a boarding school near London) who was capitally convicted at the Old Bailey, September 14, 1782, for a forgery upon the Bank of England: Giving a particular Account of the various Methods made use of for circulating the counterfeit Notes throughout England, &c. To which are added The Arguments made use of by the Counsel respecting the Plea of Janet Graham, his Wife, to be exempt from Punishment, as acting under the Influence of her Husband

Publication Date1782
Publisherprinted for E. Rich, opposite Anderton's Coffee-House, Fleet-Street, and sold by the booksellers, at the Royal-Exchange

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