The case of John Motherill, the Brighthelmstone taylor who was tried at East Grinstead

Publication Date1786
Remainderfor a rape, and acquitted on Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786. Containing the particulars of his accidentally meeting with the young lady, what happened previous to their arrival at Brighthelmstone Church-Yard; the business transacted there; the reasons why the scene of action was removed from that awful spot, to the Bathing Machine, what happened afterwards, &c. Wherein every transaction is minutely related, without suppressing a single circumstance, whether it militates against or for him. Written by himself
Publisherprinted for R. Randall, No. 116, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street



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