Miss Canning and the gypsey

Publication Date1754
Remainderor, a more particular inlet into the knowledge of that paradoxical affair, than any Attempts hitherto made to bring it to Light. Wherein Canning's own account, and her evidence, are fully and impartially examined into, and prov'd to be preposterous And the Old Woman's Evidence confirm'd as a Truth beyond Dispute. As also Sir Crisp Gascoyne's Real Motive for standing up in Behalf of the poor Woman fairly stated and defended; the bad Treatment he met with in searching after Truth, and supporting Innocency, laid open in a clear Light; And the Judge and Jury's Conduct vindicated from every mean Aspersion thrown upon them. The Whole so fully and impartially stated, as to put it out of the Power of Canning's Advocates ever to make a Reply. Most humbly recommended to the serious Perusal of the impartial and unprejudiced Part of the Publick. By a lover of truth
Publisherprinted for C. Corbett, opposite St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street


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